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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1954
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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THE -KSTAR
Published in Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of


TMF.


SGulf County
Have your chillun had the y j
the measles yet? We have a boy
that has just busted out all over
With those little red polka dots.;
He must have them. --
Now what we're wondering is i VOLUME XVII Single Copy 8c
if newspaper editors are immune
to them. We should think they --
would be especially when hey E McGill Retires
are also the inotype operato G. E. McGill tires From A &
compositor, make-up man, jani-i
tor, bookkeeper and various After 31 Years of Faithful Se
and sundried other forms of low
]y life about the printing office.
y liG.E. McGill ended a thirty-one the car barn and steppe
While on a personal note we year career with the Apalachicola the cab.
will tell you about our new northern Railroad Company Mon- McGill had been an engi
puppy. As we have said before day afternoon at 3:15 when he the railroad for this enti
it seems like everything connect- brought in engine number 704 into and saw duty on wood
ed with a newspaper office, es- coal and oil burners anc
speciallyy of the weekly variety. s past few years has been
just a little odd. This new puppy ( |f Association the modern deisel-electri
is no exception. She has been ties now employed by the
here only a week, but already is Names Officers McGill was one of the
running true. to form. Thif par gineers on the road that
ticular puppy has a favorite A d et "firing rights" as well as
place to sleep. It's in the bath- And Directors ears status.
room behind the commode of J. Sharit, vice-preside
all places. It must be cool backJ. L. Sharit, vice-presid
all paces. It must be cool back The Port St. Joe Golf Association A & N expressed sorrow
there. met Tuesday night in the Hannon- tirement of "Jerry" am
Our boy which sings "Bimbo" Costin building for the purpose of him for his 31 years of
all the time has naturally named naming several committees and to trustworthy service with
the new addition,'"Bimbo". start figuring on leasing a parcel pany. His co-workers with
of land on which to construct their pany presented McGill wit
If you hadn't heard otherwise, course. ent upon the completion
you would just need to go up- The mmebers read and approved last run Monday.
town Tuesday to see that the their charter and it is now being McGill is being forced
fishing season had opened again entered for recording which is ex- due to ill health.
in the lakes. It looked like a pected to be accomplished by June --- ---
Wednesday afternoon uptown 10 at which time the acceptance of City Will Build Pa
all day Tuesday. Of course we charter members for the club will
imagine the policemen and high end. Club officials stressed the In Colored Qu
Sheriff were just up on the lakes point that anyone interested in ei
directing traffic on that day. We their playing golf or just securing The City Commii t
know theydidn't go fishing dur- another means ofrecreation for this stated C ommig arranger
ing duty hours, area are welcome to become char- purchase three lte in t
That one time we went fish- ter members. purchase three lose in the
the? quarters for the purpose
ing the other week end and this The club has picked two tenta- structing a playground a
intense "fishing fever" is begin- tive sites in the Niles section for tat section
ning to affect us in a certain way the club and a committee corn- The Commission is ne
too. We want go fishing too. !posed of A. P. Jackson, Wesley for three 50 by 150 foot lo
We read in the Wakulla Coun- Grace and E. P. Lapeyrouse.was East end of Avenue "E"
ty News about Joe Malpas just appointed to select one of the two. making arrangements now
living on the fish banks and After selection of the site a comn- construction of play fac
have been itching for an invita- mittee composed of A. P. Jackson, the future.
tion from him to come go fish- Wayne Ashley, B. W. Eells, Sr,
ing with him sometime and af- and-Dr. Joe Hendrix will make a:' Mayor J. C. Belin sta
terwards enjoy one of those rangements to lease the land. present plans call for the
Greek salads he is always brag- After the charter is recorded the tion of tennis courts and
going about Wakulla .County pro-,by-laws of the club will be drawn tion of playground equip
during so abundantly and deli- up for approval of .the. club by W. the property.
ciously (a 'word?) Maybe Joe-M., R-asmuSseu, -Tom Coldfewey, P. ..- ..
will break down one day and of- 3. Fensom and Cecil Costin, Jr. Happyland Kinderg
fer to. share-these delights with The Association has secured the r
a novice. services of a Golf Pro to be on Has GraduGtion Pr
hand for.two days a week after the
We went down to the railroad course in constructed to give les- Mrs. Charles Brown i
shops Monday to get an inter- sons to beginners and instructions Walter Johnson presented
view with Jerry McGill and a and advice to anyone- who desires pils in graduation evercis
picture or two. Jerry came out it. day afternoon on the law
of that train with a.grin on his A new board of directors and home of Mrs. Brown.
face as if to say, "goodby to toi: slate of officers were named at tne The commencement -pr<
I am now an order of the loafer". meeting Tuesday night to serve un held on an improvised sta
After that many years faithful til June 1, 1955. The board di-the Happyland Kinderga
service, he has earned it. rectors consists of E. P. Lapy-ated with trailing ivy ande
While 'we were-waiting for rouse, Tom Coldewey, B. W. Eells, white carnations against
the "McGill special" to roll into Sr., Paul Fensom and Cecil Costin, ground of saga palms. To
the shed we were in Stets Prid- Jr. The new slate of officers is as of a medley of kindergarten
geon's office and he had a rep- follows:' Dr. Wesley Grace, prei- the children marched a
C o lce an e ac a i dent; A. Pp Jackson, vice-children marched ai
lica of the first coal-burning dent A. P. Jackson, vice-president; winding path and over a
locomotive put on by the AN. Sue Spauldng, secretary; and L. listed stile to the stage.
The model is perfect in every Bisset teasureThe program include
detail even to working parts. It Guest From Georgia Lord's Praer", "Now It's
works just like a real locomotiveues rom eorga Bed", "Jess, I neel I
but Stets says he's afariad to get .Mrs. Charles E. Hill of We-1 Pray", "Winds' of Evenin
up a head of steam in the model. Point, Ga., is the. guest of her iTwenty-Third ,Psalm", "K
The railroad shop boys have 'daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and ten Prayer". "Praise Go
made the model in their spare'Mrs. Samuel B. Shuford on Garri-' Whom All Blessings Flow'
time with all the parts' being son Avenue. eluded with "Three Fold
cut out and machined by hand -- Rev. Fred Davis, paste
to exact scale. Visiting In Arkansas First Methodist Church
the diplomas. ,
We see where the County has Mrs. Henry Campbell is in Hot Immediately after the
started construction of the boat Springs, Ark., where she is visiting punch was served to the
loading ramps on the beach with with her CMughter and granddaugh- and guests. The punch t
e ft o b ter; Mrs. Carl Guilford and Laurie. attractively decorated w
thefirstone being constructeat Mrs. Campbell plans to be away and day lilies, and was
St. Joe Beach. They now have a for two months. with a white maderia do
strip 100 feet wide dozed down ---- -- 'rTe girls wore dainty pa
to the water and will start cover- There are 26 species, of wild seS and carried nosegays
ing it with oyster shells in the orchid in the Great Smoky Moun- da5ises and the boys wor
near future. tains National Park. ieres of miniature carnati
Receiving certificates w
mas R Miller Assumes McLawhon, Christie Colde
Rev. Thomas R .Miller Assumes ly.Atley, John Maddox.,


Pastorate of St. James Episcopal


J ohngon. Lll .usanvaxwtlle, A
Carol '"ager, Kenneth
Kenneth Gautreaus., Jal


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TB Association In Need

Of 48 Pints Of Blood

The Gulf County Tuberculosis
and Health Association is calling
for 48 volunteers who will do
nate a pint of blood.
The Association has the need
for the blood to build up a Gulf
County blood bank in the state
hospital at Orlando. At present
the Association owes the institu-
tion 25 pints of blood given co
Gulf County patients. The hos-
pital wants the blood replaced
with more blood and the local
Association desires to build up a
bank 6f blood to assure that any
future need for the fluid by Gulf
patients will be met promptly.
A team will be at the Gulf
County Health Office on Wednes-
day, June 9 for the purpose of
receiving blood donations.
The experience doesn't hurt
and the blood is urgently needed
and is replaced by the human
body in about two weeks.
$ --- -
Dr. Sears Will Address
-Meeting of Area Dentists


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Down To
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od From
and con-
Amein".
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presented

program,
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'ith fern
covered
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of shasta
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onsi.
ere Editih
ewey, I;il-
Jr., Carol
Ann Beliin.
Brodnax.
;e' 'Belin,


Dr. A. W. SEARS
For benefit of their patients, den-
tists of 15 counties will hear of lat-'
est developments in their profes-
sion from Dr. A. W. Sears (above)
who is a featured speaker at the
meeting of the Northwest District
Dental Society at Ft. Walton Beach,
June 5. Dr. Sears, widely-known
denteal authority, has lectured to
dentists in both United States and
Europe.
Dr. Robert King, president of the
dentists' organization, will preside
at the convention sessions.
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Ministerial Alliance Meets
At Oak Grove Church

The Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
liance held their meeting Monday
at 10 a.m. at the Assembly of God
Church, Oak Grove with the follow-
ing pastors present: Rev. Lloyd
Riley, Rev. William 'Iverson, Rev.
Fred Davis and Rev. P. G. Safford.
All pastors of this area are mem-
bers and are urged to attend these
meetings.
A discussion was held regarding
Florida's Acting Governor Charley
Johns' proposal to combat automo-
bile accidents throughout the state
of Florida and agreed to work to-
wards the proposal. Each pastor
agreed to talk the matter over with
their congregations and determine
what could be done.
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Sale of E and H Bonds
On Increase In Florida

The sale of Series E and H Sav-
ings Bonds continues on the in-


PORT ST. JOE
mA Progressive
Community With a
SModern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper

j A. --- -S


St. Joe High To Graduate


30 n Ceremonies Tonight


New Short Cut,

Route Is Certain


Honor Students Will Bring

Graduation Addresses


Cecil M. Webb, chiarman of theion exercises will be held
State Road Department stated Lhis for th year's ens o g
week that a compromise route has 8:00 p.m. at the Port St. Joe High
been agreed upon for the Port St. School Auditorium.
Joe-Apalachicola short cut (mean- School Aditori
Thehigh school banrd will pace
ing the road's entrance to the city the seniors in marching down the
to the South of Oak Grove onto aisles with the tradition Pomp
existing highway 98, thence into the and Circumstance" and ed the
city). and that work will start soon
on~ the highway. program with the Recessional frori
oni the highway:
Webb stated that the road would
be built, quieting fears that the y S t Circu
project had been lost due to dis- BoyScout Circus
section upon the roads entrance in- Is Termed Success
to the city. Is Termed Success
Webb issued a communication
two weeks ago that survey work After postponing their perform-
would begin soon on the proposed ance because of the downpour Fri-
new route for two miles on the day night, the Boy Scout Circus
north end of the highway. Up to performed Saturday night before
press time this week, the survey a record crowd at the Centennial
_.. ie\,' had not as yet moved in to Park Stadium..After the downpour
.-,e; work but they are expected started on Friday afternoon, the
in short order. boys began to take down props
-- j and painted signs, which had taken
Saints To Meet Tallahassee !three months for the Scouts to
Here Sunday Afternoon construct during after school hours.
Most of the props were damaged so
The Saints first game of the sea- the scouts had 'towork until the
.;.:.n. which was scheduled to be wee hours of Saturday morning to
i.i:,'.:d last Sunday at Blountstown repair the damage.
. a- rained out. The program opened with a flag
TI!Ie Saints were scheduled to ceremony by two foy Scouts, two
,ii Blountstown here last night Cub Scouts and two Explorer
iit at press time, results of the Scouts. A welcome was given by
I, were not known. Rev. Harry B. Douglas. and Frank
3,nday afternoon and Wednes- Smith acted as Master of Ceremon
.i. eightt the Saints will meet Tal- ies.
,aiii-.isee here on the local d'a- During iiiu rm -l-.iun ,. i itiir
I .i] Juli in ''iia n il a .'-'- '' LI|I
ni :lsla-,s-ee fillded an e'..I-l!c', master, Edward Eells were.present-
team last and gave the Saints plen- ed with gifts by the Rotary Club,
ty of trouble. who sponsor the local troop. The
-- presentations were made by Percy
Cub Scouting Activities Fleishel, president of the club, and


To Continue Thru Summer

Cub Sc6uting iq Port St. Joe
will go full steam ahead al; sum-
mer, according to Rev. Bill Iver-
son, Cub scoutmaster. All parents
and children are urged to be at the
first summer meeting which is as
follows:
'Pack 47, June 10, 8:00 p.m. at
the Scout Hut.
Pack 305, June 10, 8 p.m. at the
Presbyterian Church.
The theme for these meetings
will be "Rodeo Stuff". Each den
will put on a skit and a display.
Awards. will be given. Refresh-


J. Lamar Miller, chairman of the
scouting committee.
The performance concluded with
Flag Retreat by the entire cast and
Taps by Blair Shuford.

Rotarians View Movie
Of Senior Bowl Game

The Rotary Club of Port St. Joe
met for their regular luncheon mee-t
ing last Thursday at the Motel St.
Joe dining room with president,
Percy Fleishel, presiding over the
meeting.
Ed Ramsey was program chair-


ments will be furnished by the Ro- man for the day and presented
tary Club. Coach Marion 'Craig with a movie
________ of the annual "Senior Bowl" game
Floyd Baker Meets With held annually at Mobile. Ed gave
Floyd Baker Meets With the program because he had at-
St. Joe Health Association tended the game but had to leave
before it was over and he wanted
Floyd Baker, 'consultant for the to see how it came out.
Florida State Board of Heaii. was -_____ _
in Port St. Joe, May 19 to 2-, work- COUNTY HEALTH COUNCIL
ing at the Gulf County Health of- MEETS AT FLORIDA POWER
fice. Mr. Baker was working in co-
operation with the Port St. Joe Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
Health Council compiling records Health Councils met Monday. May
and data gathered by the Council 24 at the Florida Power Lounge
in a recent survey conducted here. to hear discussions on the health
The information is being classified needs of the county conducel by
in order that a booklet may be pub- Floyd Baker. Mr. Baker is a -on-
lished on the results of the survey sultant with the Florida S:ate
to distribute to the public. i Board of Health.


"Aida".
Speakers during the program will
be the six honor gradaat;i., H:1-i
dreth Dunlap, Judith Mahon, Ruby
Lee Maddox, Virginia Swatts, Carol
Duperrouzel and Pat Hall.
The program for the evening will
be as follows:
Processional, "Pomp and Circum-
stance", Elgar.
Invocation, Bobby McKnight.
Theme: "Our Responsibilities in
Tomorrow's World", Honor Grad-
uates.
"Introduction", Hildreth Dunlap,
'"Family Responsibility" Judith .
Mahon.
"Moral Responsibility," Ruby
Lee Maddox.
'ICivic Responsibilities", Virginia
Swatts.
'ISocial Responsibility", Carol Du-
perrouzel.
"Educational Responsibility", Pat
Hall.
Class Song, Senior Class.
Award of Rotary Trophy, Peicy
Fleishel.
Award of American Legion Med-
als, Mrs. M. Whitaker, F. E. Tram-
mell.
Presentation of Awards, Leroy
Bowdoin.
Presentation of Senior Class, B.
B. Scisson.
Awarding of Diplomas, Superin-
tendent T. A. Owens.
Benediction, Robert Walters.
Recessional, "Aida", Verdi.
Platform 'guests' are "Thomas A.
Owens, B. B. Scisson, Leroy Bow-
doin.
Port St. Joe graduates are: Bobby
McKnight, Robert Walters, Sibbie
Brinson, Boncile Wood, Pat Clark,
Anne Costin, Betty Dunlap, Carole
Duperrouzel, Helen Durant, Jadine
;Ellis, Ruby Lee Kennedy, Mary
IGeddie, Pat Hall, Hellon Jones, Jane
Keels, Judith Mahon, Ruby Lee
Maddox, Etta Catherine Martin, Vir-
ginia Swatts, Betty Seymour, Les'
lie Coker, Hildreth Dunlap, Billy
Gaillard, Glenn Garrett, Benny Hud-
son, Freddy McCall, James Odom,
Donald Parker, Billy Joe Richards
and Doug Williamson.

Veterans Service Officer
Will Be Here June 15

Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under -the GI Bill, may receive
expert guidance from Preston L.
Nicholas, Assistant State Service
Officer.
Nicholas wil Ivisit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their Insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes as-
sistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subsistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted at the City
Hall from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m., Tues-
day, June 15.


OES Honored With Visit From WM


enneth Ceech. Betty Tomlinson rease in Florid acocrdig to an The Parish House was a place
Rev. and-Mrs. Thomas Randolph University of the South, Sewan'e. Bonnie Bringman, Michele Anchors, announcement this week by S. L. of beauty, Tuesday evening when
Miller and daughter, Jill, together Tenn., before going to the Seminary Anita Smith and Diane Wood. Barke, Chairman of the Treasury's Gulf Chapter 191 was hostess at a
with Mrs. J. W. Harwell, mother of of the Diocese of Texas at Austin. Volunteer Savings Bond Committee banquet honoring Mrs. Esther Bush,
3Mrs. Miller arrived Friday from Mr. Miller is married and ha; a Hendrix's Have Visitors for South Gulf County. W.. worthy Grand Matron.
Austin. Texas. Rev. Miller will four year old daughter. During "Purchases in Gulf County dur- Purple and gold, the Worthy
be Lay minister of St. James' Epis- World War II, he served three Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hendrix of ing April were $1,125 and for the Grand Matron's colors, were used
copal Church here in Port St. Joe years with the U. S. Infantry in an Frisco City, Ala., and Dr. and Mrs. our months of 1954 to throughout on the guest table, a
and will assume his duties here he-administrative capacity in Japan. Ernest Beasley of Atlanta, Ga., and very unusual arrangement with a
ginning the 15th. Korea and the Pacific theatre He is their daughter. Janet were the $5,586." "Sales for this period in large cake forming the base for a
Prior to his arrival. he was min- the son of 3Mr. and Mrs. Raymona guests of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Hen- the state are now more than $2 Maypole with dolls holding the
ister in charge of the Emanuel i. Miller of Santa Anna. Calif. drix this past week. Mr. and Mrs. million ahead of the same months streamers forming a most attrac-
EpiScopal Church in Lockhart, Mr. Miller will reside with his Joe Hendrix are the parents of last year and show a percentage in. tive centerpiece.
Texas. family 'in the Rectory on Hunter Dr. Hendrix. crease of 12.4%," Mr. Barke stated. Invocation was given by John
He attended schools in Oregon -----Cir-le-- Dicky, Worthy Patron. Franklin
and California. He graduated from Attend Exercises Leave Forllinois Chandler introduced the distin-
'high school in Hollywood, Californ- He and his family will leave Sat- Attend Exercises Leaveguished guests: Esther Bush, or-
i a and attended the University of urday for Jacksonville, where he Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hatfield at- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baxter and thy Grand Matron, Esther Shores,
California, Los Angeles City Col- will be ordained. The ordination tended the graduation exercises daughter, Joy Dell left Monday for Grand Ruth; Jessie Schrieber,
lege, and the University of Texas, will take plate at St. Mark's Epis- and parade held at Georgia Mili- points in Illinois where they will Grand Martha; Hazel Glynquist,
Austin, Texas. copal Church on May 16. He will tary Academy this week end. Their make their home. Mr. Baxter, dur- Past Grand Adah; Adele Robertson,
Rev. Miller left a position with be presented by The Rev. Douglas son, Dan, who is a cadet and a ing his stay here, was employed by Past Grand Martha; Effie Jones,
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company in Leatherbury and ordained by Bi- Junior in the academy, accompan- the construction company at the St. Past Grand Chaplain; Marie Pum-
Jacksonville. Fla., to attend the shop Juhan. led them home. Joe Paper Company. phray, Grand Instructor, District 3;


Ephel Jones, Grand Instructor. Dis- ly setting between trellis hanging
trict 6 of Perry and chairman of with yellow roses. The decorating
International Temple Fund. Wor- committee for the chapter room
thy Matron. Flossie Wilson, extend- was Elwyn Blount. Wistalone Rick-
ed a most gracious welcome to the elson and Daisy Johnson.
Worthy Grand Matron and other Degrees of the Order were con-
visitors. Response to the welcome ferred upon Jimmy Greer and J.
was given by Lee Shores. Grand Buchart.
Ruth. A l..... .. .9n T-To,,,r,.n.... ,


A program under tile direction
of Lois'Cliism, past Matron was
very interesting. Those taking part
were Rut hRamsey, Past \Matron;
Eula Dickey, Elwyn Blount and
Jonnie Sykes. Piano selections dur-
ing the banquet was played by Mrs.
W. E. Whaely. An invitation to all
Stars for the meeting in the chap-
ter room was extended by Calla
Howell, Associate Matron.


Al vely gitL J andI >ionorar.y mem-
bership from Gulf Chapter were
presented to Worthy Grand Matron
by Calla Howell, Associate Matron.
Sister Esther in a very gracious
manner gave an inspiring talk to
all present.
After the meeting refreshments
of cake and punch were served by
Jonnie Sykes and committee to ap-
proximately 75 members and visi-
tors from Apalachicola, Wewahitch-


The chapter room was decorated ka, Carrabelle, P'rker, Panama
with the Worthy Grand Matrons City, St. Andrew, Marianna, Perry
chosen flower. The East was a love- and the local chapter.


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WES-LEY R. RAMSEY


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

c $3.00 Per Year PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1954 NUMBER 39











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S Social Activities

Personals Clubs Churches

Mrs. Ocyle Munn, Editor Phone 166


Mrs. Safford Gives Program
To Highland View WMU
Mrs P. G. Safford presented the
program, "Prayer and Its Power"
at Monday's meeting of the High-
land View Baptist Woman's Mis-
sionary Union. The meeting was
held at the church with 14 members
present. Mrs. Homer Echols, presi-
dent, presided over the business
session.
The program opened with Mrs.
Archie Floyd gave the devotional
from St. Matthew 6:6-15 and St.
Matthew 6:33-34.
The book, "Prayer and It's Pow-
er" written by C. Havig-Gjelseth,
is the study book of the month.
Chapters 1, 2 and 3 were discussed.
They deal with the nature and im-
portance of prayer, the possibili-
ties of prayer and the prayer life
of Jesus. Mrs. Safford will continue
with the study at .the next regular
meeting.
After a brief business meeting,
the group were dismissed with
-prayer.

Send The Star to a friend.


1 Dr. Joseph B. Spear
Optometrist

Apalachicola, Florida


Miss Jeter Honored With
Bridal Shower ,Friday
MrS. B. B. Scisson, Mrs. H. E.
Richards and Mrs. Gus Creech hon-
6red Miss Katherine Jeter, June
bride-elect, with a tea shower in
the home of Mrs. Scisson on 16th
Street on Friday, June 21.
The entrance hall was decorated
with an arrangement of white glad-
iol on white satin-covered horse-
shoes. The mantle was banked with
'gladioli centered with a beautiful
gold wedding ring.
Miss Marjorie Austin served at
the punch bowl. The refreshment
table was covered witn a cut vwoik
cloth of white linen over pale green.
A bridal arrangement of whi., .ar-
naions in a'footed milk glass bowl
decorated. the table. The refresb.
ments followed the color scheme cf
green and white.
Gifts presented to the honoree
were attractively displayed in the
sun room, which was beautifully
decorated with yellow day lilies.
Approximately 40 guests called
between the hours of 4 and 6.

WMU WILL MEET
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the First Baptist Church will
meet Monday afternoon at 3 p.m.
for their regular monthly business
meeting. All members are urged t.
attend.


Phone 14


Port St. Joe, Florida


THEATRE OPENS DAILY 3:00 P. M. SATURDAYS 1:00 P. M.
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"FRIDAY THE 13th"


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'LOST PLANET'


SUNDAY, MONDAY

"BOY FROM

OKLAHOMA"

with -

NANCY OLSON and
WILL ROGERS, Jr.

LATEST NEWS and Cartoon,
"Mickeys Birthday Party"


TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY

) THRILLS!
S EXCITEMENT!






RICHARD CARLSO i JULIA ADAMS

LATEST NEWS and Cartoon.
"SURF and SOUND"

"VINCENT LOPEZ"


Miss Sue Stewart, Bride-Elect Is

Honored With Bridal Shower Tuesday
Miss Sue Stewart, bride-elect of Adkins and Mrs. Em.mette Daniell
June 13 was complimented Tues- from the dining table which held
day, May 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. with a beautiful arrangement of white
a miscellaneous shower in the home pompoms and gardenias under a
of Mrs. Gladys McCoy. Mrs. McCoy white net parasol with rain of multi
and Mrs. Carl Falconer were host- colored satin ribbons pouring over
esses, the flowers.
Orange fruit punch and individual Blue hydrangeas and yellow day
cakes were-served by Mrs. George lilies, white glads were used to dec-
,orate the other rooms. The mantle
S held two white satin good luck
First Baptist WMU horse shoes decorated with white
gardenias, balanced by four white
Meets For Program candles in show white hand made


The Woman's Misisonary Union
o fthe First Baptist Church met
Monday at the church for their reg-
ular program meeting with the
young people's workers in charge
of the program. Fourteen members
were present.
The meeting opened with all
singing, "Let Others See Jesus In
You" followed with prayer bfy Mrs.
W. C. Prid-geon. The devotional was
given by Mrs. Wesley Ramsey.
young peoples' leader'of the church.
She read Proverbs 2:6, 15. Subject
for the program was "Corrections
and Instructions for Children." 'She
gave an interesting and inspiring
message on, -"Train up a child in
the way he should go and when he
is old he will not depart from thy
ways".
Mrs. Milton Chafin stressed the
importance of sending all Gifl's
Auxiliary members to the West
Florida Assembly Grounds in Par-
ker. Mrs. Richard Saunders, inter-
mediateleader, told of the progress
the intermediate girls had made in
order to be promoted in their for-
warding steps, in order to be in the
coronation service that was held
at the church last week.
Rev. L. J. Keels, pastor of the
church announced the plans for the
Daily Vacation Bible School which
will start on Monday and last thru
Friday.
Mrs. J. O. Baggett dismissed the
meeting with prayer.

Presbyterians Will Open
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School for all
children of the community from 4
to 16 will open June 21 at the
First Presbyterian Church, lasting
for two weeks. The theme of the
Bible School is "Pioneering for
Christ".. The purpose is, to bring
the children and young people to
a deeper knowledge of God's word
and a personal commitment to Je-
sus Christ.
There will be a special day of
registration on the 19th and a parl
ade following in which the children
will present the theme of the ri-
ble School. That will include pio
neer costumes, covered wagons.
and other related things. Everyone
is welcomed to send their children
to this Bible-teaching school fur
the full two weeks, and to attend
-the final commencement to see the
things your children will learn.
Sft Rt
Jr. Woman's Club Meets
To Name New Officers


candleabra. Gardenias were also
used in the fire place in a crescent
arrangement.
Miss ,Patsy Daniell kept the
guest book. Miss Bonnie Everage
and Miss Barbara Kay arranged the
gifts.
The entire scene was softly light.
ed by burning tapers among the
flowers. The decorations were by
Mrs. Terry Hinote and Mrs. I. C.
Nedley.
Guests calling during, the eve-
ning were: Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Mrs.
T. W. Hinote, Mrs. J.. P. Lapey-
rouse, Mrs. Gene McCormi^c, Mrs.
Evelyn LeHardy, Mrs. Jesse Lee
Kay, Mrs. J. B. Stafford, Mrs. P. B.
Fairley, Jr., Mrs. Wilbur Smith,
Mrs. B. B. Scisson, Miss Jewel Cov-
ington, Mrs. Gordon Ferris, Mrs.
T. O. Poitevint, Mrs. J. F. Daniell,
Mrs. W. D. Jones, Miss Alma Bag-
gett, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. Calvin
Musselwhite, Mrs. Frank Hannon,
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix and Mrs.
Ralph Jackson.
Sending gifts were: Miss Doro-
thy Williams, Mrs. Tom Coldewey,
Miss Annette Parker, Mrs. Carl
Norton, Mrs. Louise Enfinger, Mrs.
Tom Owens, Mrs. T. M. Watts, Mrs.
R. S. Payne, Mrs. L. Gay, Mrs. W.
P. Gilbert, Mrs. B. C. Prince, Miss
Jimmie Lee Butts, Mrs. Hubert
Richards, Mrs. Paul Fensom, Miss
Freda Davitt. Mrs. P. B. Fairley,
Mrs. C. R. Garraway, Mrs. Henry
Ayers, Mrs. C. H. McKnight, Mrs.
A. L. Ward, Miss Netta Niblack,
Mrs. J. C. Price, Mrs. Bill Carr,
Mrs. Caharlie Parker, Mrs. Evie
Smith, Miss Ann Pate.'Mrs. Evelyn
Pate, Mrs. Leo Shealey, Mrs. Wayne
Buttram, Mrs. Bert Hall, Mrs. Eli.
zabeth Thompson, Miss Flo Hamil-
ton, Mrs. C. G. Costin, Mrs. W. S.
Quarles, Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, Mrs.
R. H. Brinson, Mrs. J. D. Anderson
and Mrs. P. G. Lovett.

Engaged Couple Honored
With Buffet Supper
Miss Netta Niblack, M-iss Clara
Pate and Miss Floye O'Neal enter-
tained on Tuesday night, May 15,
with a buffet supper at the home
of Mrs. B. H. Dicke- i Sr., a 4-05
Woodward Avenue; Hono guests
were Miss Katherine Jeter and .W.
C. Ivey, who will' exchange vows
on Wednesday, June 16, at Miss
Jeter's home in Wabnasekad Ar-
kansas.
Other guests attending we'e Mi's
Marjorie Austin, Mr, and Mrs Hpn-
ry Chason, Mr. and .Mrs. Brooks
Kennington, Bill' Traweeki, W.Ie
Barrier, W. O. Ho\v'rd, Baynadr


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS.


Honored With Shower
Mrs, Bufford Griffin was honored
with a stork shower Saturday, May
22 at the home of Mrs. Ed Winn.
Hostess for this occasion were:
Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mrs. Ed Wynn
and Mrs. Woodrow 'Shoots. Several
games were pla-yed and prizes went
to Mrs. Alex LeGrone and Mrs. Nel-
son Gardner.
Refreshments of cookies, mints,
nuts and Cokes were served to the
following guests: Mrs. Grady O'-
Brien, Mrs. Henry Butts, Mrs. Jim-
my Burns, Mrs. L. W. Cox, Mrs.
Eddie Turberville, Mrs. James Lov-
ett, Miss Laverne Glass, Mrs. Alex
LeGrone, Mrs. Jennie Cannon, Mrs.
Earnest Lightfoot, Mrs. Herman
Stripling, Mrs. Nita Vern Jolly, Mrs.
Edgar Williams, Mrs. Bill Love,
Mrs. Nelson Gardner, Mrs. Bud.
Williams, Mrs. Lloyd Riley and
the honoree, Mrs. Buford Griffin.
Those sending gifts but unable
to attend were: Mrs. J. F. Pitts,
Mrs. Richard Hanlon, Mrs. Herman
And, Mrs. Lonnie Bell Mrs. Mil-
ton Cooper, Mrs. N. E.'*Deese, Mrs,
Lois Kelley, Mrs. G: W. Padgett,
Mrs. Lizzie Newman, Mrs. Dorothy
Levins, Mrs. Milton Conner, Mrs.
Arvil' McKenzie, Mrs. J. T. Camp-
bell, Mrs. Anderson ;Davis, Mrs.
Earnest O'Brien, Miss Jimmie Lee
Butts, Mrs. J. S. Shirey, Mrs. Ken-
neth Ellis, Mrs. Chester Pitts, Mrs.
Jeanette Lee, Mrs. Lela Williams,
Mrs. Shirley Webb, Mrs. C. D. Gay,
Mrs. Billie Graves, Mrs. L. C. Da-
vis, Mrs. Junior Glass, Mrs. Pel.
ham Revell, Mrs. E. J. Rich, Mrs.
George Padgett, Mrs. Toby Worley,
Mrs. Cecil Ray Pipliins and Mrs.
W. F. Marshall.

Mrs. Nelson Gardner and chil-
dren Herbert and. Diana, and Miss
Boncile Dykes spent several days
in Macon, Georgia visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson had'
as their guests over the week end,
Mr. and Mrs. Clio Adkinson and
family from Vernon.
W. C. Wilson, Clio, Doris and
Ellen Ra spent Sunday in Chatta-
hoochee visiting with William Wil-
son.

WALTER MOORE "R. A.'s
MEET WITH MRiS. WATTS
The Walter Mason Moore R. A.'s
met Tuesday,-June 1 with four
members present and one visitor.
Th'e meeting was held ih the home
of Mrs. Tom Watts.
The meeting was on stewardship.
The next meeting will be held in
the home of Norman Hall.


Malone, Jim Scroggius, J.1i!niai
The Port St. Joe Junior Woman's Aile,
Club met in special session on
Tuesday night, June 1, at the Ele-'FIRST BAPTIST CUHURCH
mentary School for the purpose ofI
electing new officers for the corn- The Daily Vacation Bible School
ing club year. The officers elected of the First BaptistC@hurch will be-
are: ;gin Monday, June 7 at 8 a.m. and
Mrs. Philip Chatham, president; last through 11 each.morning. Dates
Mrs. Kay Clark, vice-president; are June 7 to June 11. All depar:-
Miss Marjorie AusLin, secretary;, ments for all ages from the nursery
Mrs. Billy Gaillard, corresponding group to the intermediates, age 17
secretary; Mrs. Bill Tharpe, treas- years, are invited to attend.
urer; Miss Netta Niblack, parlia- All children of tlh community
mentarian. and other churches are invited.


NINOS DIOS G. A.'s MEET.AT CARD OF THANKS
HIGHLAND VIEW MISSION ,
ION We wish to thank all who re-
The Highland View Baptist Ni- membered us with kindness during
nos Dios G. A.'s meat the mission the recent death of'our father, A.
Tuesday afternoon with seven pres- 'A. Whittington. Your thoughtful-
ent. Melba Dean Armstrong open- ness was appreciated beyond words.
ed the meeting with prayer. E. G. W ITTINGTON
After a short business session G. A. WH1ITTINGTON
J. C. WHI.TTENGTON
and the program the meeting wa J W IGT
turned over to the leader Mrs. Edna
Floyd. Confined With Measles
Tinn CokeLr dismissed the C al>rouri Litf tlJJipe 0 TC.4 i J it'C-r in.


iime luonni iu acJ son is coiiii-
ed to her home with the measles.


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A careless fire was sta--ted by was out in the swampy area and
juveniles nea: Goff Town while due to dry weather was burning in-
playing on the afternoon of May 15. to the rotted vegetation that made
The city fire department was called up the soil of the swampy area. The
to the blaze which was endangering FFS tractor plowed lines -around
houses and which was to cost ap- the blaze and left it to burn out.
.n'o.: :nateiy $900 00 to bri i under On May 21 the wind shifted and
control and extinguish during the brought the fire to life again and
days to follow. Upon arrival at started spreading fast. Forest Ser-
the fire the department immediate- vice, St. Joe Land and Development
ly radioed the Florida Forest Ser- St. Joe Fire Department and St. Joe
vice to come. in on the blaze which Lumber and Export Co. had crews
on the raging fire trying to bring
William Luther Carden Is it under control. However, despite
Graduated From Seminary vast stretches of plowed fire lanes
the wind blew sparks for as much
William Luther Carden, son of as 200 feet starting other fires in
Mr. and Ms. W. Garden, Portthe tinder dry brush. The fire was
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Garden, Port
St. Joe. received the Bachelor of finally stopped near the St. Joe Pa-
per Company canal at 10:00 p.m.
Divinity degree at recent com- May 21
mencement evercises of the South-
ern Baptist Theological Seminary, Saturday morning, May 22 it was
Louisville, Ky. He was one of 249 determined that the fire, spreading
to graduate from the 94-year-old in- underground, was endangering sev-
'stitution. eral homes at St. Joe Lumber and
Southern Baptist' Theological Export Co. County Ranger H. A.
SSeminary is one of five graduate Hardy, called the St. Joe Land and
theological schools of the Southern Development Company for a bull-
l Baptist Convention. It was estab- dozer to doze a deep fire lane
lished in Greenville, S. C., in 1859, around the swamp to confine the
and moved to Louisville. Ky., in spreading flames. This brought the
1877. The school now has more fire to a standstill except for a
than 10,000 alumni, dense smoke caused by the brun-


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Advertising doesn't cost-it pays'

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ing muck.
,Sunday, May 23 the fire was still
threatening and Ranger Hardy de-
cided to dam up Chicken House
Branch and let the rising water
flood out the fire. The district for,
ester of Panama City was called in
to approve of the project but it
was decided that there was not
enough water coming into the creek
to flood out the area. The Rangers
then contacted the St. Joe Paper
Company for permission to pump
water into the dammed up branch
from the Paper Company canal.
Permission was granted.
'Monday, May 23, crews from
the lumber company, land company
forest service service and city
street crew started the job of dam-
ming up both ends of the branch
and flooding operations began and
continued until after midnight Mon-
day. Over five million gallons of
water were pumped into the area
in order to douse the fire.
Ranger Hardy is making this re-
port to stress to the public the vast
amount of trouble and expense such
carelessness can lead to. Just two
little boys smoking out in the woods
and accidentally setting the grass
afire cost nearly $-1,000.00 to put
out.


Suffering Is
The Result
When Robert Ingersoll said, "Suf-
fering is not a punishment it is a
result," he was merely stating a
well known fact. And because many
of our readers
L are chiropractic
S laymen, we
would merely be
stating a fact
well known to
you, should we
say that suffer-
ing that comes
with disease is a result of a sub-
luxated (slipped) vertebrae and of
violation of hygienic rules. You
have learned that fact in the school
of your own personal experiences.
Now many of you, at the first sign
of physical suffering, get relief in
Chiropractic care, Many of you
avoid such suffering by having per-
iodic Chiropractic examination and
whatever care such examination
proves to be necessary.
How much less suffering there
would be if all people knwe, that
while suffering is a result, health
is also-a result-the result of Chiro-
practic care, combined with hygien-
ic living.
(One of a series of articles pub-
lished in the public interest to ex-
plain and illustrate the practice of
scientific Chiropractic.)
DR. H. E. BARTEE
107 2nd St. Phone 465
Port 'St. Joe, Florida
Many Types of
RETARDED CHILDREN
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THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1954


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Fresh CABBAGE Ib. Ic
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WATERMELONS 1c

IRISH POTATOES 10 ibs 29c
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THE STAR
Published -L.ry Friday At 306S.Wlllams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper


Entered as second-class matter, December 10, 1937. at the
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.


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damages further than amount received, for such advertisement.
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.

WHOA THERE! LEROY
Oh Leroy, let's back up! Let's not start off
in that direction.
In a special communication to the press
throughout Florida, Leroy Collins, Democratic
Candidate for the office of governor has made-
public his intention to see if he can't make it
possible for campaign costs to be lowered.
Collins offers as his proposal, the banning
in a sense, of political advertising. Collins says
he will try to bring about a system whereby the
newspapers, radio and television throughout the
state to allot free space and time to candidates,
and as we see it, do away with paid advertising
by aspiring candidates.
Aside from depriving these "media of a
source of income, which is not to be considered
as the main evil in this suggestion there is one
very prevalent evil to the public.
As you no doubt know, a person doesn't
have to do anything if a person wants it done
for free. Collins states that he wants newspa-
pers, radio and television to allot free' time to
future candidates. Hence arises the evil.
If the news media throughout the state
all decided they wanted the same candidate,
which is highly unlikely, any opposition would
just be up against a brick wall in getting his
views aired,, because we don't believe there is
a law to make any of these sources carry any-
thing they don't want too for free.
In any given locality the news media could
clam up on any but one certain candidate and


air charges made
opponent wouldn't
of rebuttle in the


Lastly, the witness aemandeda tat the Con- so many divers places. If we can
gress order these specific eliminations. To cut root out the nonsense we will get


C ll Outlining Plan of A tion To will eliminate political coercion, in- With his family Sen. Collins is.
OlliS U lining an A n Ttimidation an& fear." attending June Week c ereJlouiesI
Follow Afte atio In Jan. He.said he wanted to get people the Naval Academy in Annapolis,
Follow After Inaugu started .soon to studying a program where his son, Roy, Jr., is a Mid-
for constitutional revision. shipman.
LeRoy Collins, in his first post- He suggested that the media of
election interview, said he is deter- public information newspapers,
mined "to get done everything we television and radio stations-
have got in the platform." might hold a conference toward es- YOU Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Sen. Collins, who won the Demo- tablishing a public service plan to
cratic nomination for Governo per, mit candidates to express .their oIng Avenue Baptist Church
said it "will be a big order" to ac- views without charge.
complish all the aims in the plat Collins said he was also impres-
form on which he ran. He ad-ld sed with the necessity of develop- REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
that he will soon start getting peo- ing a state personnel system "that SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
pie together to, start preliminary. IADL lm ..


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back tg9 quick. ;For the champion frivolity
and humbug performance that we
put up with I enter the continuing
of payments by Uncle Sanmuel to
boost production of wheat. peanuts,
cottoon .nd i: as the .i;:e.li items
pile mile high. For storing of same,
costs add p'pto $500,600:.00 per day.
That is What the paper. says-$500,-
000.00 a day for storage. And the
items stored-and tied up and de-
teriorating-amount to 6 billion
and is gaining on us.
Congress. does not seem to catch
on that everybody-100 per cent-
is a: consumer. If Mr. and Mrs.' Con-
sumer would pick up their ball-
point and tell ,their befuddled con-
gressman what they plan on doing
next autumn, at voting time, and
how fur will fly, the "prop fumi-
diddles" would cease. A congress-
man can sntell a vote miles away-
and then some. And tell your man
to len dan ear to that Utah gentle-
man, Mr. l-.iien.:.- of the Dept. of
Agriculture. That gentleman of es-
teem from:the "land of the saints"
has vertebrae aid balance-he is
no run-of-the-mill type.
Yours with the low down.
JO SERRA

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LEGAL ADVERTISING


ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received lIy GulI
County Board, of public Instruction at the
County Courthouse, Wewahitchka, F or'da
at 10.00 a.m., CST. Tuesday, S June 1954
at which time and place all bids received
will be publicly opened and rei I al- ali for
Itrnishing all labor and material for
4 Class Room Addition
to the
'ort St.. Joe High School
Port St. Joe, Florida
Bids shall be accompanied by a certi-
fied check or hid I bond iIn lthe amount of .5
percent of the base bid made payable to
Gulf County Board of Public Instruction
as a guarantee alld with an agreement that
lie bidder ill ii noit revoke or cancel his
bid, or withdraw from tlhe competition for
a period of 15 days after the opening of
bids, and that in the event the contract is
awarded 1to the bidder, lie will, witiin 5
consecutive calendar days after it is sub-
Imittetl. enter into written contract with
the tilf County Board of Public Instrue-
tion in accordance with the accepted bid,
andIIC lllll g L\e ltoTil i.d i l Ollllral perform-
alce an paynienr suely bolld witli good
;inil sufficient sureties satisfalatorv to The
Ioard in th amount of 01 IIpeIuent of Ilie
accepted bid. The bidder's said *Ir-.'T.'n-i!
is incorporated in t i! 'Propoisal I .... i
I it i [tie lioni :hall -l'e ininluded as a
part of the bidder's base ])id lidiiiposal.
All work shall libe done in accoridace
with tle drawing aonls speciifiations pre-
p.ir.l vy Yonge. Lo.k .lorr-iAon, Arcihi-
"cts al td it, ac tordal nce witih t'act in-
sructions to bidders island con)i i-it t o-itu-
;:ientts per tainni lr o. wl iitI d]a wii s,
specifications, instru-tions, contract docu-
i i red or ,.tanmined at the office of the Ar-
i hltct'1. l;l[ l B e1 i ti x, Pt i.iscola, Flor-
(iteteral 1.1 i i i lll.- r tIl 'i -- hut i1
Iind specifications front thie office of the
\rclitect at a ,-c l tf Sii.( ,per set of
drawings and specifications, wilh a linlit;
,f two qets per contractor. IThe cost of cacli
iet will lie refunded to the bidder upon
his retliri oif tile sel o t Ihe Ar-hitect.
Eacih hid nitit be siliilitied in srt-ict ac
-oridance witl lle 'Proposial FIolni. full] cons-
iled, wii \\ich I'Proposal Form ill ill be shown
,, i .,., i, ,. t... st hbe sa i fac-
iirv to ihe fhlf f'nuit, h hoartc of Il'iiir
Instruction. The Board reserves the right
je-t :iii V ,, '.il liid .
SII.-T Mayi 1 i. 5l: 1. 3t
! ty: TIltll.\S A. (\.W.\S
'-cc. to fith Board Of riblHic ItilsI iuti o


locality.
But, by the medium of paid advertisement
any candidate or anyone else can get anything
he wants into any source of publicity he wants
so long as it passes the morals code.
This is the way we see it, how about you?

SNEER CAMPAIGN
It is now clearly apparent that there is but
one way for US defense expenditures to go-
and that is UP. Wherefor it might make a
certain amount of sense to look around for some
Federal spending that could be cut down.
Nor is it necessary to search for mere com-
mon or garden extravagance. We could start
with the drunken-sailor type of spending, that
is not merely useless, but actually doing us great
harm.
For a specific case in point, we refer to the
recent testimony of Eugene W. Castle, former
movie man and news-editor, before a Senate
sub-committee on Appropriations. The witness
made three definite recommendations for cut-
ting a total of $15,000,000 from the House Ap-
propriations Committee bill on the US Infor-
mation Agency for the fiscal year beginning in
July:-
Cut out the motion picture program entirely.
This would save $3,000,000 ear-marked for USIA
films, a stupid, irritating effort to do a propa-
ganda job that American entertainment films-
which dominate the legitimate theatre screens
of the free-world-have been doing successfully
for fifty years.
Cut out foolish, blatant and totally unwant-
ed propaganda in countries where we have
friends and not communist enemies.
Cut out $6,000,000 in annual cable charges
for propaganda news hand-outs created in Wash-
ington from news received by editors the world
over 48 hours earlier from legitimate services.
Five days a week, 6,000 words of' this warmed-
over copy is cabled to 77 countries-where it
is hotly resented and fills thousands of waste-
baskets.
Cut out the counterpart of this same news
service going to newspapers and radio stations
in our own country. Sources of news through-
out the United States are swamped daily and
weekly by this useless information that costs
the tax-payers millions.
T .1- .1- .. 1 1 4- 1-4 -


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BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
EVENING WORSHIP
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday)


11:00 a.m.
6:45 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.


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VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


TH/EE BIG DAYS_
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work on the program.
Holding hearings for the 16 sis
ended officials of the late Gov
Dan McCarty will be "one of the
first things we'll do", after he taklt
office next Januaiy, said Collin6.
iSen. Collins-said that the pe-
ple he appoints to top positions wilb
be "fine, able and determined men
and women who will be a credit to
the State." Collins expressed his
desrie to 'do something about the
high cost of campaigning" and "to
eliminate this idea that state em-
ployment depends :on who you
know."
"It's just basically wrong to have.
to spend the kind of money you
have to spend in a campaign," de-
clared :Collins., "A candidate for
Governor can raise all the money
he wants," he said, "but a lot of
money that's made available can't
be accepted by a candidate of hon-
or."


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'Sense versus Nonsense" will be
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seminar. And if enough folks get
interested and will get the answer
along to their law wranglers en-
sconced there in Old Spend-till-it-
hurts-town, alongst the Potomac,
this seminar could pay good divid-
ends for the effort.
I tee-off on nonsense-nonsense
seemiiing to have the upper hand in


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TrHF STAR. PORT ST. JOE, GULF CaUNTY, FLORIDA'


THURSDAYe JUNE 3, 1954


CAMPUS INN
News of Port St. Joe High School
By MARTHA COSTIN

Thought For The Week
Among your talents is a gracious
dream,
To make come true, and let its
consent leam


Frank LeHai
Gold Eagle

IFrank LeHa
Georgia Militar
Park, Ga., was
Eagle Award
graduation exe
May 30 in the
academy.
Twenty-nine
of 400 received


.Shine out in places dark and gaunt awarded every
and drear, dits that make
In allAe many days of every a B or better a
yen4- I the honor roll i
A talent tb be used-and not t; during the yea:
send Frank is the
Unused and empty to untimely Frank LeHard:
end- He was register
Because you are afraid to try and'in the academy
work there in the Fa
Your dream of love-and never dies.
tire or shirk. Mr. and M
Go- sell your talent to a world in daughter, Linda
need! mony and parai
Till from its want and super.':i- their son home.
tion freed,
It shall become a place where
dreams come true- ion Parker. He
God's great good dream-mane fice during a se
real because of you. assembly to gi
F. R. G'-eei the year's work
Ceremony Installs Student Body and new officer
President During the
Bob Smith was installed as the Nix, student ci
sixth student body president of presented a lov
Port St. Joe High School lasL~hurs- student council
day by the outgoing president, Mar- preciation to tl


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and recognized old declared.
rs. He pointed out that self-em-
program, Catherine played people who have net earn-
ouncil sponsor, was lings of at least $400 during their
vely camera by the tax year must file the social seaur-


Sas a token of- ap-
le founder and pro-


m ter of the student council "of
Port St. Joe High School.
The president gave a summary of
!he years' work as having accompl
lished the following things:
1. Printed' and distributed hand-
books to all students.
2. Established monitor systems
in hall and on school buses.
3. Sponsored safety patrol.
4. Maintained drink box and ice
' cream box.
j Fosto'red and encouraged bc',
--r school spirit.
6 Sponsored anti-litterbug week
7. Encouraged better,student and
teacher relationship.
S. Painted school walk.
9. ponsoret career day.
10. Sponsored inter-club council.
1U. Made plans for NWFASC c in-
vention and transferred them for
next year.
12. Worked toward recreational
Isc.lities.
.13. Purchased rubber runners t .r
aur, orium.
Ann Kenney Wins Science Award
Ann _T-,, was honored last
week when she received the. annual
science awards presented by the


science department under the direc-
tion of Dewey Phillips. This award
was put. into effect-for the first
time this year.
In a three year period, Miss Ken-
ney has taken-general science, bi-
ology, chemistry and physics, mak-
ing straight "A's' in each course.
Mr. Phillips, science instructor,
commended Ann most highly for


TO THE PEOPLE OF GULF COUNTY

I sincerely thank you for the wonderful vote
you gave me in the May 25th Primary. I especially
want to thank the ones who worked so hard to
make it possible for me to be elected.


E. C. HARDEN, Sr.




THANK YOU DEAR FRIENDS

Thank you good people of Gulf County for the
splendid vote you gave me in the May 25th Demo-
cratic Primary. I want to thank my opponent, J. C.
Price, for the nice clean race he ran with me. Let's p
all work together and have a bigger and better
SGulf County. Thank you again. Your friend, -


COLEMAN W. THARPE










Citizens of Gulf County for your vote aRid
support in electing me your County Commis-
sioner from District 4.

I shall endeavor to live up to the c nfidence
you have placed in me.

To my opponents, I wish to extend my sin-
cere thanks for the clean and wholesome at-
titude displayed throughout the campaign.

J. C. PRICE


ity tax return even though they
would not otherwise be required to
make a Federal income tax re-
turn. Personal exemption permit-
ted for income tax purposes are
not permitted in determining self-
employment net earnings for social
security purposes. -Therefore, quite
a few self-employed who do not or-
dinarily file income tax returns
must make social security returns.
IScott urges persons, who had
self-employment income to contact
the local social security office, Do-
than, Ala., or Internal Revenue of-
fice, Panama City, if there is any
question about their self-employ-
ment being under social security.
A representative will be at the City
Hall here on the second Tuesday
of each .month at 10:30 a.m.
----_-_____
Highland View Church
To Start Bible School

SVacation Bible School will be
held at the Highland View Baptist
Church from S:'.0 to 11 o'clock each
morning beginning June 7 and last-
ing through June 18. All boys and
girls, age 3 to 16 are urged to attend.
'MBoys and girls come to a school
where you don't hate to' study. $n
this school the teachers do the
studying," stated Rev. P. G. Saf-
ford, pastor of the church.
Preparation day and the parade
will be held Saturday, June 5 from
8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

her thoughtfulness and -considera-
tion for other students.
_ Sportsman Club Elects Officers
The Junior Sportsman's Club
elected new officers at a meeting
last week. The following will serve
until next May: Walt:;- Wilder,
president; Jerry Phillips, vice
president; Robert Nedley, secre-
tary; and Bert Munn, treasurer.
Also elected to serve with these
officers on the, Board of Directors
were Dick Dawson, Oliver Harper
and Billy Johnson.
The Sportsman Club, sponsored
by Mr. Phillips is particularly in-;
terested in the conservation of
wild life and in hunting and fishing.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida will
call for payment and redeem bonds
numbered S4 to 90. both inclaisivc.
of thl $30.000.00 Municipal Build-
ing Bonds Issue of 1948, under au-
thority veite d in said City by Scc-
lion 2 of Ordinan-ce No. 109X. en-
titled:
AN OnRD'NiANNC T AIJTIORIZ-
ING FiO" F'TE OF i")0,000.00 IUNtI-
CIPAL BUILDING BONP I--
SUE OF 1948 FOR THE PUR-
PCzE' OF BUILDING A CITY
HALL, JAIL AND FIRE STA-
TION AND OTHER MUNICIPAL
BUILDINGiS, PROVIDING FOR
THE LEVY OF AN AD VALOR-
EM TAX. CREATING A CON-
STPRIT'CTION FUND ACCOUNT
FROM PROCEEDS OF THE
UTILITIES TAX, PLEDGE !'NG
SAID ACCOUNT AS D'.0i;r'inN-
AL SECURITY FOR THE PAY-
LMENT OF SAID BONDS, PRO-
VIDIDNG FOR AN ELECTION OF
FREEHOLDERS TO APPROVE
SAID ISSUE, REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH AND PROVIDING
FOR THE DATE THAT THIS
ORDINANCE SHALL TAKE EF-
FECT,
Said bo'ds shall be redeemed on
July 1. 1954 at par plus accrued
interest to date -f redemption.
A 'Copy of this Notice shall be
forwarded to the Florida National
Bank at Jacksonville, Florida and
shall be published at least once in
the "Star". a newspaper of general
circulation published in the City of
Port St. Joe, Florida at least 30
days prior to the date of redemp-
tion.
Dated this 28th day of Maly 193I4.
J. C. BELIN,
Mayor-Commissioner
City of Port St. Joe. Florida
ATTEST:
R. W. HENDERSON,
City Auditor and Clerk.
City of Port St. Joe. Florida


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Award at GMC A WHITE CITY NEWS desire to see Lake Wimico for the city.
R i On R ort by MRS. GEORGE HARPER first time after having lived here A Simmons, father of Mrs.
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y academy, College As early as Friday the telephones 93rd birthday Sunday. The celebra- The blue whale, largest living
Awarded the Gold A number of persons who work Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kirkland began to ring from out of the state, tion was held at the home of his animal, which reaches a length of
for Excellency in for themselves have not yet made and children, Mary Helen and Har- inquiring about reservations for the son T. H. Simmons in Tampa. 1100 feet is bigger than the extinct
rcises held Sunday, the required 1951 and 1952 social old, Jr., arrived Monday from Acme. anticipated opening of Lake Wimico Mrs. Montgomery and soi, Jim- dinosaurs.
auditorium of the security reports, Haryr Scott, man- N C., to spend a portion of their and the Dead Lakes for fishing. Montgo
Sager of the Dothan, Ala., social se- vacation here visiting Mrs. Kirk- Cars from out of state and from
boys out of the class curity office, said today. lar.d's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stets practically every county in the
the medal, a medal Tihid is shown, he said, by con- jPr:dgeon. The children will sepnd state flooded Gulf County on Sun-
year for those ca- tacs being made by the social se- t-e summer here with their grand- day and Monday, making prepar- 1
the honor roll with curity office field personnel and parents. nations to get an early start Tues- I s New ow Pri
average Frank made by inquiries being received by that Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Spotts and day morning.
12 consecutive times office. children were week end guests of As is usually the case, every fish Was $189.50 OFF $20.00
r. Some people, he said, have the hcr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Career landing in the'county that had ac- 6 H.P SUPER TWIN $169.50
son of Mr. and rMs. impression that payment df social T'ard. cess to the lakes were filled to ca- $
y, Sr., of this city. security tax by the self-employed Mrs. Ella Stebel and son, Bobby pacity. Was $264.50 OFF $25.00
rrd as a sophomore and the resulting old age and survi- sp1at Sunday in Panama City visic Fairly good catches were reported $2
and plans, o reur ors insurance coverage is a mat-irg her daughter and family,.Mr. on opening day *even though the. 10 H.P. SUPER TEN __----
11 to resume his SLU- ter of choice. "This is not so. It is and Mrs. J. P. Smith. water was a little too clear.
as compulsory as making an in- ------- Was $324.50 OFF $25.00
[rs. L'eHardy and come tax return if your net self- I FEDERAL LAND I 12 P POWERMATIC $299.50
a attended the' cere-. employment income is as much as FIS I' and HUNTN' Connecticut statisticians say hte "------
de and accpm'panied $400 and is not from one of the Fowns lessland
Security coverage. In fact, the cov-. Named Geoe half of one per cent of 3,600,000 10% DOWN BALANCE 12 OR 1 8MONTHS
ered .self-emplbyment income must acres.
took his oath of of- be reported in a section of the in- Mrs. Florazelle Connel! and Mrs. _____ -____
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LODGE NOTICES
LAWNS MOWED. Call 187-W af- .NOT
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LAWN MOWER REPAIRING All THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
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prompt service. ANDY'S WELDING R. A, M.-Regular convocation of
SHOP. First Street. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
KEM-GLO ENAMEL. Goes on walls M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
and woodwork- like a breeze! ing companions welcome. J. B.
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SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0;
SNEED TV OR O. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
RADIO SERVICE? members urged to attend; visiting
For a quick, expert check-up /brethren invited. R. E. Williams,
of your set's performance (no N. G. H I H. Shirley,.V.G. Bill Car-
matter'what the make Call gill, Secretary.
us. We offer free prompt pick- MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
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work and parts ga meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
work and parts guaranteed. days each month, 8:00 p. m.
TV ANTENNAS INSTALLED Y- "Members urged to attend;
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c-hildren spent the week end in Jake Gavin and daughter are at-
NEWS FROM Kinard with friends and relatives. tending a camp meeting for two
The Assembly of God Church is [weeks in Shepherdville, Ky.
Highland View holding a revival each evening at Mr. and Mrs. Royce Corbitt and
by MARIE ROERS :00 p.mn. Evryone is invited to children are visiting in Graceville
aieby MARnd. Gwith relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks at- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burchard,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonza Johnson and tended a post office convention in son, Dewayne spent a few days in
daughters spent the 'eek and in Panama City Satu:day. Graceville with relatives.
Panama City with friends and rela- Mr. and M irs. i;s FuSr:ey and Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Capps and
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Mr. and Mrs. Chester Miles and Ga., with friends and relatives. nard with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wood and -
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TH4AK

ITou


I Will Not Let You Down!
I am sincerely grateful for the vote, hard
work, and the prayers of all of you who
made our victory possible. Every power
at my command will be used to lead
Florida forward. I will make you the kind
of governor of whom you can be proud.
I will not let you down!

LEROY COLLINS


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FUNERAL HOME
601 Long Avenue
PHONE 326

Oxygen Equipped
Ambulance


DANLEY'S


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SPECIALS


*I '1"


$299.95
(Plus Tax)
Westinghouse Fully Automatic
LAUNDROMAT
Let the new, low-priced Westinghouse Laun-
dromat take over all your working cares. It's
completely automatic. Washes a 9-lb. load and
has flexible control for for best results with
any kind of fabric.


A firestone


STANDARD TIRE


Special








PRICE


6.00-16
PLUS TAX /
Exchange
If Your Old Tire
Is Recappable


SIZE 6.70-15 Ala 95 '
SUPER- Plus Tax -Exchangb
BALLOON Rd If Your Old Tire
B.L Is Recappable


Westinghouse $191.61
ZOLDER COLD Refrigerator
A big Refrigerator.value' Spacious 8 cu. ft. model .. up to 43 lbs.
frozen storage in full-width Freezer and Ice Cube Storage Tray.
Room for 8 quarts milk-even full-gallon. containers. Half-shelf
removes for turkey, watermelon storage. Famous Westinghouse
Econr---'*- Mechanism for trouble-free performance.


Westinghouse THIRTY
It's cooking's biggest value! Fits into only 30"
of floor space, has a King Size Miracle Sealed
Oven, 4 speedy Corox' Units-for big surface capac-
ity, Tel-A-Glance Controls, Appliance Outlet,
Full-width Storage Drawer, Single Dial Oven
control and Oven Signalite.


Other Tires Sale Priced Tool


Impbortnt Notice to Motoriss

These Tires These Tires Are Not Take-Offs T These Tires Carry
Are Brand New These Tires Are Not Discontinued Lines The Firestone
Firestones These Tires Are Not Seconds Lifetime Guarantee




Special Budget Terms Too Low as 75c a Week
Your Old Tire Will Make the Down Payment


EASY PAYMENT PLAN dtn lm t Sppl I
MAY BE FINANCED ON DANLEY'SELLS, Owne r Phone100 S PTpll S
B. W. EELLS, Owner Phone 100 PORT ST. JOE, PLA.


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