The star
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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: September 2, 1954
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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ETAOIN S*HRDLU Plished in Port St. Joe
-. B ut Devoted To the Con-
by WES-LEY R-.RAMSEY tinued Developmeit-of
Gulf County
Oh welcome this relief from G
the hot weather with outsretched
arms. We have been burning up
and know that we have had no
monopoly on that department.
People that ordinarily don'tVOLUME XVII
sweat literally poured sweat VOLUME
this past week.



A Progressive "
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper
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"Port Sr. Joe- The Oulfet Port for the Apolochicolo-Chottoboochep Voiley'

Single Copy 8c $3.00 Per Year PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1954 NUMBER- 52
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Have you registered to vote?

The hot weather has kept
the people away from town.
Last Friday afternoon, during
one of the scorchers it looked
like Wednesday afternoon up
town up until just before clos-
ihg time- when people had to
c;ie to town to- get groceries
a:d other items."

Have you registered to vote?

Gulf County Fair Opens

For Week- September 13

Any Kind
High School, Elementary School, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, 4-
and POTTED 'PLANTS Adult Garments

H Clubs.

The Southern State

Shows Will Be

On Midwnv

We saw a cartoon by J. R. Speciman Foliage Plants Children's Garments vi- mwuwuww
illiams in his Out Our Way" Speciman Flowering Plants Baby Garments
Williams in his Out Our Way Artistic Arrangement of Flowers .HANDIWORK The Fifth Annual Gulf County
that described the situation. A CANNING Chenille-(any article)
family had come out to get in- Vegetables (3 jars) Crochet (any article). Fair, sponsored each year by the
to their car after a shopping Meats (3 jars) Embroidered (any article) Willi.s V. Rowan merican Legion,
spree and the amil hanging out Fruits (3 jars) Applique (any article) Post 116 'and Auxiliary will open
Spree and the family anging out Preserves, Janms, Jellies (3 jars) Knitted (any article) fairgrounds on Sep-
the windows until dad could Pickles. Relishes and Peppers, Pieced Patterned Quilts. ee at the a ound n
get the car started and moving. (3 jar.s). member 13 and continue through
The text along with the draw- e (y BAKED September 18.
g went something like: "an kind) Pie (any kid) Fair officials are opening the
ing went something like: "You 1 RULES AND REGULATIONS
would think somebody would 1. No article not listed in this premium list will be accepted for doors for the entering exhibits on
think of cooking supper in the competition. Friday afternoon before fair week
car while it was parked". I 2. Each entry must be registered confidentially by number accord- with all exhibits to be in by 6:00
i ing to number in this premium list with the fair association secretary p.m. All perishable$ must be check-
Si and also by exhibitors numbers. ed in Monday noon of fair week
Have you registered to vote? 3. All exhibits sent in for prizes must be marked plainly. stating ed n y no o a eek.
-for which premium the exhibitor is competing. Each exhibit will be Fair officials have, announced that
'More and more people have tagged with these numbers. insurance will be carried to cover
been riding at night to try 4. Exhibitors must see to the delivery of their exhibits to the sec- losses to exhibitors while their ex-
een ridi at n ttot toretaries and bring them into position under their direction. All women's its are the fairounds.
get cooled off after the scorch- non perishable exhibits must be checked in by 6:00 p.m., EST, Friday hbits are the fairgrounds.
ing day. At least it wasn'tt 116 in before fair week. All perishables must be checked in by 12:00 noon Judging of the exhibits will be
the shade here like it was in Monday'of fair week. Monday, September 13 at 1:00 p.m.
5of Teas ad riza Exhibits must be removed from the fair grounds on Monday Anyone desiring to enter an exhibit
parts of Texas and Arizona. following the fair. Perishables may be removed after 12:00 noon Sat- i
..- urday of fair week.
Have you registered to vote? 6. Judging will be done by impartial qualified home economists, contact with Mrs. G. H. Henley or
and personnel and no one is to accompany judges while judging. Mrs. P. G. Hart. Anyone in the
Anyhow, no it is cool (Wed- 7. The judges,will make awards and place appropriate ribbons o County is entitled to enter an ex-
Anyhow, now it is cool (W ed- exhibits white judging. Premiums .will be paid for the awards as marked
nesday) today at least. in the judges book and not from ribbons placed on exhibits as ribbons hibit whether.a member of the Le-
Ssometimes become misplaced. gion or not.
Have you registered to vote? 8. There will be first (blue) and second (red) ribbons. (Cash for The Legion Post has acquired
Have you regtere to v first prize only). the services of the Southern State
9. The Gulf County Fair Association. Willis V. Rowan Post 116, Shows to occu the midway this
It does look like fall however. American Legion, will not be responsible: for articles placed on exhibit,o occupy e midway
The elm trees in back of the but will use every precaution to keep them from damage and theft. year. F. E. Trammel, Legion Adju-
shop are shedding their leaves. The fair association will' carry an insurance policy to cover losses to tant has announced that every ef-
Nobody knows le an el hen exhibitors while on the fair grounds. fort has been made to secure a
Nobody knows like an elm when
the time comes for cool wea- clean show for the midway this
the r. I o neear in an effort to see that no
er. PaperCompany nno nces cause for controversy is raised
And then there is the advent ike it was last year
of football season which is a sure Grnting f 5 ore Scholarshi e it was lasted
sign of cool 'weather. -We have
not heard Coach Craig do any, W t Hu
bragging or complaining about j, Te ,Scholarship -Cimmittee ,.oi sprhing.. .,. .. Waterfow Hunt
the prospects for this year. As the St. Joe Paper Company has The new scholarship grants *
a result we don't know if he is announced the grant of 15 more will cost hte company $7.300 andS Lste
keeping a cracker-jack team un-'1 scholarships this week in addi, bring the total 1954-55 grants to
der wraps for a surprise on Wal- [tion to scholarships granted at the a total of $11,800. Total grants TA HASSEE Florida wa
ton High in the opening game close of the school term this past since the beginning of the service h w h 6
or if he's ashamed of the results. by the company in 1952 are over owl hunters wll have 60 con-
We hope he is keeping a sur- $29,200. seculve days of duck, goose and
prise. We will bet one thing 12 Wild Fires Plague The newgrants include 11 stu- t shooting starting November
however. If Coach only has 11 uy deins from Port St. Joe, one from 12 and running through January 10,
scrawny boys out for football County During July .alachicola. one from Panama according to information received
t palachicola, one from Panama this week from the U. S. Fish and
he will put the stuff in them City, one from Park Ridge, N. J.. Wilife Serce
to win their share of the games. Dsipatcher J. H. Pope states and one from New York City. Wildlife Service.
----- that according to the Gulf County a Woodcock hunting dates will be

fire records through July the coun-
440 Students Enrolled t- y had 12 wild fires, of which nine
were caused by lightning and two
In St. Joe High School were set intentionally, one careless
____ campers fire, burning a total of
Students and teachers assembl- 1,032.6 acres. Compared to July
cd in the gymnasium Monday morn- 1953, fires in the county totaled
ing to begin a new school year. five wild fires burning a total of
The program was begun with a 12 acres of which four were caused
devotional led by 'Leroy Bowdoin, by lightning and only one set in-
principal. tentionaily.
After the devotional students fol The increase in lighunng fire
s states Pope, were due 10 ihr e.-
lowed their homeroom teacher to states Pope, were du to th ar e-
heir respective classrooms and tree dry weahter ahi as July
oyer July a year ago. However, said
registered. Approximately 440 stu- over July a year ago. However, sa
dents registre red. This is 69 more Pope, the intentionally set fires
wouldd have been-' prevented.
students than were attending Port uld have beeprevented.
Your County Ranger. H..A. Hardy
St. Joe i-High at the end of the Your County Ranger. H. A. Hardy
school year 1953-54. is asking the cooperation of every
citizen to help to prevent the care-
There were 127 new students who less and willful setting of fires in
registered in the seventh grade. woodlands. "You can help in
.our woodlands. "You can help in
Mr. Bowdoin and his staff invite many ways," said Hardy, "by re-
visitors to the high school at any porting to the Forest Service or
time, but do request that the visi- the local Fire Department or the
tors register, in the office so that law enforcement officers of the
they may be orientated and guid- county of anyone you see or know
ed..to the desired destination, of setting fires to the' wodds or
------- Leaving camp fires burning. You
Return From New Orleans can win a reward if you furnish
evidence to convict a person of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and setting fire to the property of an-
daughter, Patricia, have returned other."
from New Orleans, La., where they
vacationed for a week and were -- --
the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Visit In Graceville
C M. Russell, Jr.
------ rs. John Robert Smith and son,
Safford's Vacation Knapp, were the guests of Mrs.
Charles Liddon in Graceville, Tues-
Rev. and Mrs. P. G. Safford and day.
c: a-F n. Sharon. Faith and Ri: -
ard lelurned Sunday from Tavarei,
wh-: they have b : vacationing Guests Here For Week
for two weeks. They were guests
of Mr. and M/lrs. J. D. Sloa'i~. Pam and Mike Huxford of Perry
----- ---- ar-: tle house guests of 'heir aunt
Daniells Visit and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gu.
C:eecl, this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Daniell visit-
ed thei daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Haddock in Kings-
land, Ga., last week. They also vis-
ited their son in Palatka and with
Mrs. Daniell's sister, Mrs. McGahee
in Moultrie, Ga.
< T -e Sa- to a fr-enL
QFr c The Star to a frlen.

Attend Funeral
r. and Mrs. J. T. Daniell were
called to Georgia last week to at-
ten dthe funeral of Mrs. Daniell's
aunt, Mrs. Mak Baker. She was
92 years old.

from Xnovpempb 20 tn oh D mcemb 29

majors are as follows:
major a as fo _, and snipe from ,December 24 to
George Adkins, Port St. Joe, F. and snipe fom Decembe 24to
January 7 inclusive.
S. U., Pre-Dental. Sadie Arnette, W. Pace, Dire
Port St. Joe, Stetson U., Religion. C W. P ace, Dectr Fish Commis-
H Ba Po St J and Fresh Water Fish Commis-
Ha'ttie Bailey, Port St. Joe, Fla. .
si on, explained that according to
Normal College Indus. Education.
em H l D doli, Educati o -federal rulings, the extension of
Willie Helen Durant, Port St. Joe,
F.S Buness. Timothy Elder, the season through January 20 as
S Business. Timh E, requested by the Commission
Port St. Joe, U. of Fa., Pre-Med. -
S'would limit the number of shoot-
'~J~lL yirin~~~,N. 0.

onuluuu nynnmi, geai Hiuci, iN. j.,
Rutgers U.. Pharmacy. LeRoy
Gainous, Panama City, F.S.U.. A.rs
an:l Sciences. Willie Elaine Hopps,
Pot -:. Joe. Bethune Cookman.
Indus. Education. Neil Kamnmer.,
New. York, St. M1arys' U., Nuclear
'.-T-ce r'i I It-t Attuews. p, i

science. DBorothy .atthews. Apa-
lachicoa,. F.S.U.. Elementary Edu-
cation. Peggy 'Philyaw, Port St.
Joe, F.S.U., Secretarial Science.
Donald Ramsey. Port St. Joe. F.S.
U., Arts and Science. Ruth Ram-
sey, Port St. JoJe, Fla. So. College,
Science. Myrtle Simpson, Port St.
Joe, F.S.U., Retailing. William Su-
ber. Port St. Joe., Florida Barber-
ing College, Barbeing..

a---- I

Lightning Narrowly

Misses High School

Lightning raised havoc with the
woodlands immediately surround-
ing Port St. Joe Tuesday afternoon
setting a half dozen known fires.
The Fire Department was called
out Tuesday afternoon when a bolt
struck the woods about 500 yards
r-omit the Port St. Joe High School
,ust before school was out. The
bolt nearly caused panic in the
High School by the resulting crash
of thunder and brilliant flash of
eightt by the striking bolt. Many
students and teachers were glued
to their seats by the momentary
terror of the shock.
While the department was con-
taining the fire resulting from the
strike, lightning struck again over
on the North side of the Niles Road
while witnesses at the first fire
The bolts knocked out numerous
telephones throughout the area and
knocked out several power lines.
The forestry division was ham-
pered in answering the numerous
flareups when lightning put their
radio station out of commission.

3 More Qualify In

City Council Race

W. H. Harris, W. D. Jones Out Ih

Group 3; W. R. Ramsey In Group 4

The City Election coming up on
September 14 took on new vigor
this past week end when four more
candidates threw their hats in the
ring against incumbents I. C. Ned-
ley and Franklin W. Chandler.

New Teachers

Are Introduced

There are eight new teachers on
the faculty' of Port -St. Joe High
School this year. They are as fol-

S. Herbert M. Medley hails from
Sikes Cites Ch Hnge Crestview. Hle attended the Univer-
Sikes Cites Change ity of Mississippi and received his
I R. Rete e B.S. in physical education there.
In KetirementHe is assistant coach, and has the
17-D homeroom. His address in Port
Congressman Bob Sikes this St. Joe is 222 7th St.
week called attention to revisions I Jasper H. Meadows is originally
in the Railroad Retirement Act from Ashford, Alabama. He is mar-
which he helped put through and tried and has one boy who is 1-8
whiqh permit more flexible bene- months old. Mr. Meadows is a grad-
fits than the old law. uate of Troy State Teachers' Col-
S-h.-a iz rPPnn~ivn^ dhir R0 dle-

The coming election marks Ithe
first City election to be held am-
der the new City two-primary sys-
tem. As the new law reads, the Iwo
highest candidates in each Grmou
are carried over to a run-off elec-
tion to be held one week after the
first primary.
This law was drafted by the pres-
ent commission and introduced in
the last session of the State Legisr
lation by Representative Ceeil
G. Costin.
With the closing of the- quasiji-
cation books Saturday noon left
four candidates in Group Three:
W. H. (Bob) Harris, W. D. (Tiny)
Jones, George H. Wimberly aan
incumbent I. C. Nedley. In Group
Number Four incumbent Frank
Chandler is opposed by Wesley IL
Last Day For Registration
The City registration books are
now open for the qualification af
voters to vote in the coming elee-
tion. Approximately 50 people have
registered since the books opened
some two weeks ago. The book
will close tomorrow afternoon at
:-nn0 m Qnualifiationm for votinir

In explaining the changes, Sikes rige wUer~' ,e is ceu aia ",i ,- j "."" ',". p."". i---a o io ,"""*,
said, "Under the recent ammend- gree in Social Studies. He is spon- in the city elections are that a
inent to the Railroad Retirement sor of the 7-C homeroom. The Mea- citizen be a citizen of the United
Act it now is possible for anyone dows address is 310 16th St. States for one year aad a citizen
receiving a railroad retirement an- James C. Traweek of 1208 Long of Port St. Joe for at least si
nuity to also receive any benefits Ave., is homeroom teacher for 8-A. months and be 21 years of age or
under the social security program His hometown is Elba, Alabama. over.
for which he or she may have qual- Mr. Traweek received a B.S. de- Approximately 950 are now regis-
ied." .) agree in Che.istry.at the Unive.-ity r -r---iy voing 'ois.
ifed." 'inCherh. lTTaYr3..........
Prior to this time. Sikes went on of Alabama, and also a M.S. degree --.
to explain, the law has requiredin School Administration. He i Clendar Sale
that benefits earned under social the sponsor of the Hobby Club.
security be offset against any rail- G. L. Johanson of 1201.Palm Is Huge Success
road retirement annuity received. Boulevard comes from Moss Point,
"I always have considered this Mississippi. He attended Mississip- The Band Boosters Associat
to be grossly unfair," Sikes said, pi Southern and received a ,BA. ws hes express their sincere iat
wishes to express their sincere &V-
'becafuse the individual and his degree in English and Spanish. He preciation to everyone for their co-
employer paid for both railroad is sponsor of the Spanish Club. operation in making, the Com'.a-
e tir.ement and social security but Miss Iris Poole, 530 4th St., is ity Rirtediv Calenrdar a suncoenp.-

ended up with only one of them.
"These changes," Sikes pointed
out, "don't amount to a great
amount to a great amount of mon-
ey as far as our national budget
goes, but they could easily make
all the difference in the world to
some of our elder citizens."


ig aays to 40. Federal rulings state The Azalea Circle of the Garden
that for every day the season is Club will meet Thursday, Septem-
extended past January 10, a penal- >?r 9 at 12::0 for a covered dish
ty of 2 shooting days will ue 1:I lnicheon in the home of Mrs.'. Bick
posed. Griffin with Mrs. Gordon Thomas
In a letter to Pace, John L. Far- co-hoscess.
ley. Director of the U. S. Fish and All members are urged to be pres-
Wildlife Service stated that in view cil We invite new member to
of the fact that waterfowl popula- .iin our Circle at this time.
tons on the Atlantic flyway show-
ed no marked improvement over Leaves For Texas
last year, a general liberalization s R l J o
of the waterfowl regulations would is Rachael Jaiew o J -
not be in keeping with wise man- sonville, o has been the house
Sluest of Rev. and Mirs. Thomas
agemmeint. Miller', left for her new hIome in
Bag liniits on waterfowl and
Bag mits on watefo ad 'Austin, Texas, accompanied by her
coots are as follows: ducks, 4 eer
day, 8 in possession including not father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
.1 -- Wade Janeway, John Janeway and

from Natchez, Mississippi. She at-
tended Mississippi Southern and
received her B.S. degree in Phy-
sical Education. She is homeroom
teacher for 8-C, and is sponsor of
the Pep Club.
Booth Poole, 530 4th St., is from
Natchez, Mississippi. He is a Sen-
ior Sponsor, and also sponsor of
1he Glee Club. Mr. Poole attended
Mississippi Southern where he re-
ceived his B.S. degree in Social
Science. He is homeroom teacher
for 12-B. He, is brother to Miss
Iris Poole, physical education in-
Miss Alice Andrews, 205 10th
St., hails from Ozark, Alabama.
She graduated from Troy State
Teachest' College with a B.S. de-
gree in English. She is one of the
Junior sponsors in addition to spon-
soring the Commercial Club. She is
homeroom teacher for 11-B.
Miss Margaret Key, 205 10th St.,
graduated from Troy State Teach-
ers College with a B.S. degree in
English. Miss Key is one of the

The money made from the sale
of the calendar will be used to par-
chase additional uniforms ne f
for the Band.
The calendars have arrived aSa
are now on sale. Anyone desirig
to buy a calendar, may contact M1r.
Rush Chism, phone 147 or Mrs. S.
B. Shuford, phone 62 and it will oa
delivered at once.
The parents of all band member
are requested to attend a Bmed
Boosters meeting, Thursday, Sep
member 9 at 8 p.m. at the Port St
Joe High School band room. This
announcement comes from Mrs.
Shuford, chairman of the Band
Boosters Association. Mrs. BxN
Chism supported Mrs. Shuford i
securing names for the calendar

Return From Vacation
'-rs. John Robert Sm.I; an
sons, Edward and Bob, rs-.rae
Saturday from an extende-l c
to Birmingham, Ala.," Oak B-i~a~
Tenn., Gatlinburg, Tenn., an-i tia
Mammouth' Cave. In Birmiagbaar,

Junior sponsors, and also sponsors t
the Dramaties club. Her homeroom Smitifs brother and family, Z-

Sioemoe ni an wood ucki per d ay Miss -Iariaim Janeway. is 11-tC. and Mrs. Jesse Miller.
Stores Will Be Closed For and 2 in possession. Daily bag'and
Labor Day Holiday possession limits may include 1
hooded merganser. Redbreasted Janet Qualified T Op rate 'We W ag
As in keeping with a resolution and American mergansers are to rs. ne King lifie T OpeteW elcme W

made some years ago by mem-
bers of the Retail Merchants As-
sociat'in, businesses in' the city
wili be closed Monday, September
6 in observance of Labor Day.
The Merchants' Association
and your retail merchants ask
your cooperation in this matter
and urge that plan your shopping
to exclude the necessity of shop-
ing Monday.
Maybe you have noticed a
sprinkling of grey hairs in the
"head". or a slight bend in the
"mast" of The Star but it is only
to be expected.
Today The Star completes 17
years of continuous and uninter-
rupted publication. Seventeen
years doesn't seem like very long
T'ut for a 'newspaper, it is prac-
tically middle age for publication
under one name.

be included in hag' limits on ducks.
be included in baglimits on ducks. s. Jane- W. King of this city, Calls are also made on Special Oc- Paralysis, American Heart Assoc-
Geese, 2 per day, 4 in possession. as returned from Memphis, Ten- casions such as Golden Wedding iation, American Heritage Founda-
Cooti. g per day, 10 in posteone- nessee where .she completed a Anniversaries and other special tion, United States Treasury De-
Shoog hours wil be from one- course of training preparing her family events. apartment and many other suck
half hour before sunrise to sunset
exceptt o the ending day when for the position of Welcome Wa- Thomas W. Briggs, formerly of groups.
except for the opening day when
hooting wil begin at 12 o'clock gon Hostess which she now holds Memphis, Tennessee, is founder Welcome Wagon service is not
noon. in this community. and president of Welcome Wagon, only one of public relations hat
n Mrs. King resides at 1508 Palm which is now in its 26th year. i i m
-more import, it meets a pre, mt-
-____-- BlPvd.. and is one of Welcome Wa- Often referred to as a service day need in the field of human rE-
Son's mnor-e than 4000 Hostesses
Visits In Georgia who alr making approximately a which is "in the business of build- nations.
Mrs. Gene Bradley and son visit- m"ilion call annually on families ing friendships", Welcome Wagon's Mrs. King, on behalf of her spon-
ed Mr. Bradley's father- in sloultrie, ii the Unitde States, Hawaii and basic policy includes cooperation sors here in Port St. Joe will bring
'Ga., over the week end. mn the Provinces of Canada, em- with churches of all faiths, with church and civic information.
bracing more than 1250 cities, worthwhile civic and welfare the families on whom she cal]Y.
R--EA-- --- These Calls on behalf of Welcome groups; also participation in these With her basket of gifts, Mrs. Kig
REAL GONE' POWDER Waon's m ore than 35,000 Spon- activities which keep communities will extend for those sponsors Sd
:3iL- a:-, maje on suc1 i inipormanL good places in which to live. It is the people of this community the
Teen-agers, who wear white family occasions as the Birth of a significant that Welcome Wagon old-ashioned hospitality for .whbtI .
buck shoes that are really white, Baby, Sixteenth Birthdays, En- has been cited for its volunteer Welcome Wagon is so well known
now can be in the groove with a'gagement Announcements; also service and achievement in com- Mrs. King knows this comnma-
new "dirty buck" powder. A fewj when families move locally in a munity and nation by such organi- ity. She is interested in its wel-
pats of the powder, and the shoes community and when they arrive nations as the American Red Cross, fare and in its progress, including
are "real gone" dirty. in a community as new r-esidents. 'National 'aonndatibn for Infantile the well-being of its citizens.


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Miss Swatts, Bride-Elect
Is Honored With Parties
Miss Virginia Swatts was honored
Sunday with a luncheon given for
her by Mrs. Ronald Childers in her
home at 1024 McClellan Avenue.
The living room an dining room
were attractively decorated with
pink pompoms and white asters.
The piano was centered with an
arrangement of pink pompoms
flanked with silver' candelabra
holding white candles. Miss Swatts
was presented with several pieces
of her chosen china.
Guerts who attended the lunch-
eon were Sibbie Brinson, Etta Mar-
tin, Billie Durant, Judy Mahon,
Carol Duperrouzel and Anne Costin.
Mrs. Charles Brown entertained
Thursday afternoon with a tea
shower honoring Miss Virginia
Swatts. bride-elect of September.
The party was held in the home
of the hostess on Sixth Street. Co-

Griffin-Rich Vows Are Exchanged In

Thomasville, Ga., First Baptist Church
The marriage of Miss Trixye June carnaitons, satin ribbon and cen-
Griffin and John Edgar Rich was tered with purple orchids.
solemnized Sunday, August 22 at '.Miss Doris Griffin, sister of the
4:00 p.m. in Thomasville, Ga. bride, play ,! :he traditional wed-
Mrs. Rich is the daughter of Mr. ding mus;,:. After !Ihe c.oin- pray-
:nd IMrs. C. J. Griffin of Thomas- er, Mrs. :.ivin Griffin sang, "S;i-
ville. Mr. Rich is the son of Mr. :our, Lil .A Shepherd Lead l s".
and Mrs. E. J. Rich of Port St. After the ceremony, ;ie bride
Joe. .nd gro .!i left for a wedding trip
The First Baptist Church in of several days in Florida. On their
Thomasville was the setting for return, Mrs. Rich will .sake her
the simple and impressive ceremony 1'ome with her parents in Thomas-
performed by the Rev. Louis Ken- ville while her husband returns to
nedy in the presence of the imi- ihe Philippine Islands for another
mediate families of the bride and :;ear of duty with the U. S. Navy
groom. Seabees.
Miss Griffin was given in mar- Among the out-of-town guests
ringe by her father. She wore a were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich, Da-
;ovely white batiste dress with lace v'd Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rich
insertions and carried a lace-cov- and their son. Billy Rich, and Jack-
ered Bible showered with white ie Sheffield, all of Port St. Joe.

Star Want Ads Bring Quick Resuits At Sma;l Cost! Try 'Emu!

hostesses were members o0 tue
hostesses were S moet oe rst e a y yellow daylilies. Adorning the oth- CARD OF THANKS
W'omnan's Society of Christian Ser- I
's Society of Christer rooms were early Fall Flowers. We wish to express our thanks
vice of the First Methodist Church. Terri-Lee bridal doll adorned the to all of the many people of Port
The home was highlighted with
e e as hiit it ano. The cokes were served from St. Joe for their many expressions
rose asters and white carnations yellow foil tub. Miss Swatts re- of sympathy and the hosts of beau-
and a green rose and white color ceived a gift from tile hostesses. tiful floral offerings that you re-
scheme was continued throughout-t
he party. Invited were Mrs. !Ralph A. imembered us with during the re-
iSwatts, mother of the honoree, cent death of our husband and fa-
The refreshiment table wvas cen-
The refreshment table was cen-rs. T. H. Stone, grandmother off other, Paul D. Farmer.
tered with a crystal pullch bowl
ered with a crystal punch bowl the bride-to-be and 26 friends of Your expressions of kindnesses
surrounded by white carnations and NMiss Swatts. leave us without expressions to
rose asters. Flanking the arrange- fer you our appreciation.
et were pink candles in crystal dvertisig doesn't cost, it PAYS! Mrs. Paul D. Farmer and Family

The gifts were displayed on the
u~_nporch in an attractive arrange-
Mrs. Edwin Ramsey. Mrs. J. L.
Temple and Mrs. H. W. Griffin pre-
sided over the punch table. Receiv-
ing were Mrs. Mark Tomlinson,
MIs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs. Brown
and the honoree. Miss Swatts.
','liAjr- .: -,e. were Mrs: Hubert
Richards, Mrs. A. M. Jones, Jr.,
Mrs. R. H. Brinson and Mrs. Gus
Invited to be present were Mrs.
R. A. Swatts, mother of the bride-
to-be and 100 friends of Miss
Miss Virginia Swatts, who will
become the bride of James Edward
Harrison of Cottondale on Septem-
-ber 5 was feted Friday morning
with a "Coke" party. Hostesses,
Mrs. Gus Creech and Mrs. B. B.
Scisson entertained in the Monu-
ment Avenue home of the former.
This was one of the series of par-
ties to be given for Miss Swatts.
The dining table was centered
with a blue crystal bowl of pale
It pays to advertise-try it!
It pays to advertise-try it!
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Jimmie Lee Butt- Warren J. Yeager

Are Married, Sunday, August 18th
On August 1S at S p.m.. Miss taffeta and carried a colonial bou-
Jimmie Lee Butts, daughter of Mr. quet of yellow chrysanthemums
and Mrs. H. A. Butts became the with yellow satin streamers.
bride of'TWarrep j. Yeager. son of Bridesmaids were Miss Joy Wil-
Arthur Yeager of Gainesville in an liamson and Miss Laura Jean Whit-
impressive double ring ceremony field. Their gowns were blue nylon
performed by the Rev. Lloyd Ri- net and they carried bouquets of
ley in the Oak Grove Assembly of yellow chrysanthemums with yel-
God Church. low satin streamers. The flower
The bride, given in marriage by girl, Gail Anderson also in blue.
her father, was gowned in a white carried a blue basket of rose pe-
French chantilly triangular lace tals. All wore bandeaux of blue
over a skirt of billowy nylon tulle. satin with a bow on one side. The
The basque satin waist was trim- ring bearer, Wilbur Butts, carried
'a white satin pillow edged with
nied in triangular chantilly lace
lacelon and lilies of the valley.
back and front, with lace buttons in
.The bride's mother wore navy
front and on long fitted sleeves.hr wh o e o in na
sheer with corsage of pink carna-
Her finger tip veil of illusion wasons. Lauren Yeag of Sout
tions. Lauren Yeager of South
attached to a cap edged in pearls Bend. Indiana served his brother
and orange blossoms. She carried as best man. Ushers were Fred
a cascade bouquet of pink bride's Cannon and Ted Cannon.
r)ses. i The choir loft was banked with
The maid of honor, Miss Melba magnolia, in front of which was
Butts, sister of the bride, wore a an arch topped with two white
formal gown of blue nylon over doves in flight holding white satin
Istrealners and a cluster of white
wedding bells-

Geometric Print Corduroy

Vicky Vaughn's view of a take-you-everywhere fashion. Wearing
a necklace and cuffs of rib-knit. Snappy felt belt, wide whirling
skirt. Fine pinwale corduroy, Bendix washable tested and
approved. Black/whi'., 'old/black, red/black, royal/b!hck or
green/black. Sizes 7 to !3.

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On either side were standards of
:spidistra and lacy fern and fan
shaped arrangements of gladioli ]
and pompous in tall white baskets. BOX F E
The entire scene was softly light- B X E E
ed by burning white tapers in
white candelabra. Mrs. Mark Tom- SHOW STARTS
iinson played the traditional wed-
ding marches and accompanied
Miss Betty Butts, sister of the FRIDAY and SATURDAY
bride, who sang, "Oh. Promise Me"
and "I Love You Truly". Miss Deb-
bie Mouchette sang. "The Lord's HERE COME ROGERS' RANGERSI
Prayer". ... ilnsg...ighting... Lorig
Mrs. Yeager's traveling costume :
was a navy suit. Her cors"age "v i..- '.. F .
of pinkl rosebuds. Tbh \ left for
!points of interest in South Florida. L -
A reception was held in the par- eo'lge MONTGOME
sonage. The bride's table was cov-
ered with pink linen overlaid with w"10" loh't n r Iw r p i S ROB[ N
a white organdy cloth. The four-
tiered wedding cake was embossed
w'th pink roses and topped with an
arch of lilies of the valley and a Ml
miniature bride and groom. Three
branched silver candelabra held
burning pink tapers and colonel ON A RAIN
bouquets of pompons and lilies of r
ihe valley. Mrs. Lloyd Riley and GLENN [0ID ANNVEII MIN
Gypsie Love served the cake to
about 3l0 guests. Miss Mavis Butts
k'rpt the bride's book on a table
identical to the bride's table. Mrs.
Abbie Conner served punch. Others SUNDAY ONLY
assisting were NMrs. Charles Brown.
Mrs. Terry Hinote. Mrs. I. C. Ned- -
ey. Mrs. H. E. Richards. Aud.( ~'A"fE
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and ., e OAntt S
Mrs. Lauren Yeager, of South Bend. I l'" CT '
Indiana; Arthur Yeager. father of .- 0oNg-0
the groom of Gainesville; Mr. and mh c tm Cnauv co~lt Nosal ni
Mrs. G. E. Nelson and family of THEBEU SISTERS .StoryScrPbl abysEE
Apalaclicola: Mrs. Copeland, also IO
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and Cartoor-


OLOSED +o the public. The Lodge is being converted
into an apartment house.

B. C. PRINCE, Owner

OUR USED CAR LOT will be open until 9:00 p.m. six
days a week with Stewart Keith or J. C. "Chris" Mar-
tin on duty. We cordially invite you to come by
and Iry out a nice used car. We have a wide selec-
tion of good late model, one owner cars at really
REDUCED prices. "OK" guaranteed in writing on
all 1950 or later models.


Across From City Hall on Williams Ave.

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Mrs. Jason Dykes and son. Tobyi
ard Mrs. Tommy Webb spent Sun-
day in Apalachicola visiting- with
Mi ss Linda Kay Webb, daughter
or Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Webb re-
turned home Sunday after spend-
ing a week in Apalachice4a visiting
with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Josh Dykes and
daughter, Clara, spent the week
end in Apalachiebla visiting with
friends and relative-.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Glass. Jr., and
son. R. H. spent several days in
Wewahitchka visiting friends and
Miss Minnie Ola Ray daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray spent
several days in Dothan. Ala. Miss

Ray is a graduate nurse and plans Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley and
,to work in Georgia. chNs'.B, 1w-ere vi-ors in firming
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bill h:!n, Ala.. and Sylacanga. Ala..
Bennett and children will be sorry this week.
to know that they have moved to Miss Aliimae Campbell. daughter
Ar rianna, or Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell
\!ri. i:,O Lee and ohiidren of pent several day, in Wewabitch-
r .: :-.d senior the week end visit- -a. visiting with Jean Nixon.
ing with friends and relatives. -Ir. and Mrs. Harry Pyrtzil and

Ir. and nMrs. Connie Gay had as
their .ac-.s this week end their
son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and
\Mrs. Dewey Gay" from Perry.
Mrs. Everitt \lcFarland speni
-cderal days in Blountstowrn visit-
ing with friends and relatives.
Mr. and M.rs. Buddy Davis and
son spent the week end with friends
and relatives.
Patricia Mc\Farland, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Everitt McFarland and
Donnie Mack. soi of Mr. and Mrs.
E. It. Young spent last week attend-
ing a Boy Sc:jut camp.
Mrs. Mildred Self and children
spcnt several days in Panama City
due to death in the family.

.-on. Daniel of Pensacola spent the
week end with the latter's parents.
_\r. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy.
.Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bracewell
and daughter. Donna Jo from Fort
Worth. Texas spent Wednesday
vith Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hutto and
daughter. Mrs. E. A. Holloway
.-pent Sundayj visiting. Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Williams and family.
Wallace Hall of Marianna spent
icveral days visiting with his par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall.
Miss Linda Kay Webb, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Webb
spent a week in Apalachicola vis-
iting with her grandmother and

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Strained Baby
Orange JUICE 2 cans 15C

Large Assortment

All Brands "' Summer Isle Sliced
BABY FOOD 3 jars 27c Pineapple no.2 can 23c

Shamrock Donald Duck
ICE CREAM 1/2 gal.59c Mayonnaise

-Maxwell House or our o'



qt. 49c

Florida Grade 'A' Small

lb. 99c 18 Eggs

Chuck Roast lb. 29c

Rib Steak

Ib. 39c

Brisket Stew Ib. 19c


Ib. 29c

Fla. Grade 'A' and Ga. Grade 'A'

Fry es bII. 37c






Bananas I






b. 5c






Limes doz. 19c

Green Boiling

Peanuts lb. 19c

Shelled Green


bag 39c


Friday Night Specials, 5 to 9 P.M.


Ib. 10c


Old Fashioned BREAD loaf 10c

N>\ 1,


Indian Pass MULLET 2 lb. 25c

MAYFIELD CORN 2 cans 19c


Cut Green BEANS can 10 C


lb. 5c

Cottage Cheese Ring Dresses Harvest Salad
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A salad as gay and flourishing as the prettiest garden is this hand-
some addition to buffet tables. Cottage cheese molded in your favorite
ring mold augments the flavor and color harmony of the plate. It's a
simple trick to serve cottage cheese in this new and attractive manner.
Completely fill a one quart ring mold with well chilled cottage cheese,
about 2 pounds. Run knife around inside edges of mold to loosen cheese.
Then unmold immediately on a chop plate or low salad bowl. Fill the
ring center with cucumber slices cut flower-style, or with parsley, lettuce
or other greens. Surround the ring with a pleasing arrangement of
favorite summer vegetables-tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, green beanm
-or whatever beauties the garden and market boast. /'-


Statewide 'Ope"ra ion l ;. ... '

Under Way Now During September

JACKSONVILLE The state- perly to impress visitors -,v
wide annual "Operation House- Florida's "new look."
cleaning" gets under way Wednes- Plans are laid fc.r the C'-..:: ;
day, September 1, with an over-all drive by beautification .-

program of cleaning, painting. re-
pairing and planting calculated pro-
Harold Keels spent a week in
Biountstown visiting with friends
and relatives.
Mrs. Tommy Webb and Miss El-
len affd Louis Ray and Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Ray and Mr. and Mrs.
Dentist Norris attended the grad-
uation of Miss aMinnie Oi1 iray
Friday evening at Dothan, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese and
children spent Saturday in Cotton-
dale visiting with friends and rela-
Mrs. Edgar Deese an.! c:i.,,n.i:
spent the week end in ",:.
visiting with friends t;mni '.:*:i;;'

lowing a confer'enc( i '
Beach last month sponr. .'. :-
ly by the FloriCia S.3:e C':cm :o:
of Commerce. F.tcridi i'.' i
of Garden Cliubs. 1 lr '-: r'.-i
tion of Wtomen'z C:Ib:'. "
Chamber of Commerce E::fc: : -.-.
Florida Junior Chamber ,of C( i-
merce, Florida N u'-rsr y i:'- !
Growers' Association, othi er i.:
and state, county and ticy offiLc;:'.
The immediate need f r cr'e-.'e
up highway. park' and bhri, ::
before advent of the i in:
season was expanded into -a veep-
ing campaign to cle::n-lp i ':. ").
'_:-up and p'ant-up--not only iigh-
iva:- ae cpr'opeacr ex- I

and Eternally

.;, .ri,.9 About Your Home?

Puttering takes-tools and materials .and there
is no better place in town for you to make your choice
from a complete assortment of quality tools and the
largest selection of builders supplies and hardware.

Will Your Roof

Stand Another

WVe 'rs equipped to insilai a new, fully guaranteed
roof on your home or place of business. Asphalt
shingle, lifetime slate, poured roofs or any material
that you may desire. NO DOWN PPAYMENT-UP

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be worth nmor towd a onw Ford thun it i thu mim o
AInd with Ford, youll Igt the ear that deprecidat ees .
thedcar that holds oeto ita vahae ioeer. 1


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,'.e state. The program will be accelerated'
Thle Beautification Commitee -of iby profesisonal guidance of tha
.'e Sta:e Clhamber, headed by Mrs. Nurserymen and Growers Associta
\V. S. Jenning. of Jacksonvillei, tion members in planning land-
.:l),ii'zed :he c!ea.-n> \,,''e: i !;'e-: .-: -': .-'shrubs and trees to enhance high.
.: pra;-'.'. : : ,.- u' -- : way approaches and city properties.
:: ;'; ; .;:-:'.:: .:;:I,... Active support, of the State As3
'.ns. to be foiowed by Ia G vt-- sociatinn of County Commissioners'
!'*. p!'ch ;: -!nistin- :;h ,- -'wasa assured in a letter from Presi-
-istance of public officials iJdi a dent Robert L. Griffin. Fort Pierde,
Sizen s in the all-out beautification suggesting a program of coopera-
Ic n. ined On Page 7)

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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, OCelumist,
Reporter, I'roof Reiiader and Botkkeepcr
Entered as second-class matt :-. IDcermbr 19, 1937, at the
Postoffice, Port S.t Joe, Fla, under Act of March 3. 1879.
--j 1 KL:L, I Msu l: 51 -

TO ADVERTISERS--I case oof crni i or nls';o'i ;n adv(,o-
tijements, the publishers do not hold thrmsrl've liable for
damages further than amount ereived for ou,.h :dvertiseimrn't.
The spoken word is given ear: attcntlon; tir>' lrited word
is thrurhtfull. weighed. Tl;e hDoo'n word barely asserts;
the printed word thoroughly convinces. The spoken word
is lost; the printed word w'maini.

Apparently there are many people in the
jity who are not registered to vote in City elec-
We would join in with another of the en-
treaties to register to do your duty and take part
in one of the privileges afforded you. It doesn't
cost anything, to register that is, it doesn't
hurt and it takes only about one minute of your
time in the City Hall. The only thing that can
cost you is for you to fail to register. It will
cost you in peace of mind not having a choice
in your representatives in government and
give no source of recourse when things are not
Srun to suit you. Of course you can register
every time the books are open, but if you never
vote, you are back where you started from.
It may seem unimportant to you. but it is
vitally important that you register at the City
Hall before tomorrow afternoon at 5:00 p.m.
As you no doubt know, there is a city election
coming up September 14 for two Council seats.,
These two elected will sit in on your City Com-
mission for the next two years and decide how
your city is to be run. If you don't register
and vote don't gripe!

WE NOW LEARN from scientists in Bonn,
West Germany, that the Russians have mined
enough uranium since the war in territory
beld by the US Army on V-E Day and later
turnedd over to Red occupation forces to make
a supply of atom bombs that could destroy ev-
ery major city of the US or Western Europe.
And since we gave them the know-how too,
we are at least consistent.

Contact The Star, 51, For A

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First of tff

For the first time since its introduction,
the Corvette is as easy to own as any
other Chevrolet model. And we're pretty
sure that a lot of you are going to want,
to own a. Corvette bec.;use it puts an
entirely new feeling of fun into driving.
You'll notice the difference the minute
you slip into its luxurious sports car
cockpit. You'll thrill to the response
of its special Chevrolet 150-horsepower
high-compression engine. You'll delight
in the way its compact sports car chassis
hugs the road and gives you a sure,
positive command. A few short miles
will zhowt you that the Chevrolet Cor-


Corner Williams Ave. and 4th St.


Perhaps we shouldn't be quite so critical
and scornful of Britain s Messrs. Atlee and Be-
v'an and their pink Laborite friends. now on
their good-will, trade-drumming tour of Russia,
Red China and Mongolia. What if they have,
as reported, invited Georgi Malenkov and Chou
En-Lai to accept their return hospitality in Lon-
,lon? Perhaps Washington will be next!
Under the latest order of Harold Stassen s
Foreign Operations Administration, .free na-
tions mav extend their .trade with the USSR
and the Iron Curtain countries of Europe (,but
not Red China. North Korea, or Communist
North Vietna-n' withoutt risking the loss of
US aid.
:10io:; cine several hundred items added
'c the li't of permissible exports are non-militafv
vehicles, tires, flat cars,'tank cars, rails, loco-
motives (except turbine-driven), diesel engines,
diesel oil, crude petroleum, tractors (no heavy
ones, please), smaller motors and generators,
notboard motors, light metal-working mach-
i:nerv-. various metals, chemicals and chemical



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As we zoom along toward atuumn
HOLD YOUR HATS, BOYS-Five and with Congress home-and sum-
weeks ago we commented about ming up how we stand-means the
the rumor that George Smathers time is ripe for checking up on
might not run for re-election in just what is to be done about our
rh. Following that story, the cleaning up the prodigal goings-on
Senator stated that he would an- of the past 20 years. It is time to
nounce definitely in the early part go to the mat-find out how comE
the ceiling 'still cramps our style
of 1955 just what his plans are. h c s
of jus wha his plans are.---Govt. style that is. Ask our great
Now, a new note of suspense has man- nator or congressman-
been added rothe political mystery what he has been doing the past
program. Will Congressman Char- yea to earn his salt.
lie Bennett run? Friends of Bennett It is easy to get nto eb:--g
have knoivn for a long time that ing out is the tedious and tire-
he is ambitious to move his office some trick, but a 100 per ccn ne-
to the other side of Capitol Hill, ssary task or somebody will fore-
u hi chanceslookedclose on .the mortgage. Spilt milk
zlim. He is a friend of both Sena- 1o o mortgage S i-.
slim. He is a friend of both Sena- 'is spilt milk, and putting a finger
tor Holland and Senator Smathers, on the gents and culprits of the
and his loyalty kept him from day'past who pulled the wool over our
dreaming about such a race. But, eyes, is alright as history bu: the
count on this! If Senator Smathersuestion now is how are we goi
should announce that he will no; to calk nn t h old hboat nr keep

Cichigan has put hawks and owls In 1953, 50.3 per cent of the auto-
on the protected list because they mobiles sold in the U.S. were four-
are valuable to farmers in killing door -sedans and 27.7 peir cent were
rodents. two-door sedans.

Send The Stai to a fripn It pays to advertise try it!

(^Iw1Pfy ^/w

The dark
gingham-dandy dress
looks smart on the
campus... in the office.
Long, slender midriff,

It is expected that the Dept. of Commerce run again, Charlie Bennett will an- afloat--and a jumi ahead of tho above a full, young
will shortly relax US Export Control regulations "noune foi the Seinte bfor' f the hf er-if skirt. New-looking
giving our own exporters a similar latitude. Just n heavs figuring Te mane of We gotta pun^ ourse es e notched tucking
any heavy opposition.. The many-use our nggin a the Go,. notched tucking
why the don't get an equal break with our poor stories going around about George out of 100 places where it is gum
relations abroad. we wouldn't know. Smathers not running may be a ming up the machinery. Hire a goodives top-nterest
It's nice, however, that Mr. Stassen has as- .lever way to get newspaper pub-'auctioneer-sell all ihe misfits- -Red, green, brown,
sured us that atomic energy items, munitions, licity, ut mans old political heads apply the cash to our mile nigh debi blue (all with
think the net result will be to get --let the new owners pay taxes
and machinery and equipment designed for arms ^people to thinking about running: which Sambo don't do-or Americ black checks),
manufacturee are still on the embargo list. How for the Senate who wouldn't have won't be America one of the:. r.ne-res
ludicrous it seems that we once thought all thought of it otherwise. Sort of an mornings. End of essay. -
these "permissible" items even food were invitation. Yours with the low do,-. Sizes 8 to 16.
strategic materials! C:C COMMITTEES Three JO SERRA 1495
Floridians were named this ve.. 4.9 ..-------
These liberal views were arrived at in Paris by the U. S. Chamber of Comme.-ce CANCER FOR ALL
this spring and summer by committees from 15 to national committees. Headi.i; Scientists have recently reversed .
nations. including the U.S.. and Mr. Stassen has the National Defense committee is a previous conclusion and 'now be-
expressed his conviction that: "It is a move in Arthur Y. Milam, long-time civic lieve that cancer affects .all pe-
the best interests of the United States." leader in Jacksonville. Serving with ples in all cli na.es.
him is William S. Johnson, execu- ---- -- -
Under the narrowly-defeated Bricker Amen- tive vice-president and. general Breedinl Heifer S
dment. these matters would doubtless have been manager of the Jacksonville Chamn: alry heifers should not be bred
deliberated in Washington, not Paris; and under ber. Appointed to the Distribution' be t0i they are 15 to 18 months of
SC Committee is H. C. Avery, president age.- I lllllllniliilill!li'lillllllIlIII IIill`lllil Iillll11111111111111 illlllllli
the scrutiny of the U.S. Senate rather than by;and general manager of the Union
a collection of glo al-minded committees stack- Terminal Warehouse Co., Jackson-
ed 14 to one against us. As it is, we do not A RO I Proposed Constitutional Amendments To Be Voted On November 2nd, 1954
e 1 t n nt s WHAT. A ROACH?-If you or NOTICR OF ELECTION of Florida Relating to the Judicial Depart- No. *
share Mr. Stassen's enthusiasm. And it s cold I see a roach in a restaurant, the WHERE S, The Le gslalre. of 1958, ment of the Government of the State of
cndder the Constitution of l885, of the Florida. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1158
comfort that the Asian division of the Red Colos- best we can do is to take our busi- Stat of Florida, did pass Jot Resolu- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend-
ness elsewhere. But, when a Sena- roposing amendmnt-:o the Con. TURE OF TEE STATE OF FLORIDA: meant to Article VIII of theConstitution
sus-is not in on the deal yet. no ese where- But', whdfeent. J a- titution of the State of Florida, and the That the following Amendment to Ar- of the State of Florida Relative to Assess-
to sees one-that's different. Just me a to by a vote of thr tide V of the Constitution, State of Flor- ment of Property for Taxes by Adding
fifths of all the members elected to each ida, is hereby agreed to and shall be sub- Thereto an Additional Section to Provide
the other day, the lady Senator house; that the votes on said Joint Reso- mitted to the electors of this State for That in the County of Monroe, State of
Slo, tions. ere entered, upon their respective ratification or rejection at the next gen- Florida, the County Tax Assessor Shall
Trade with your home-town m rchants. from Maine. charming Margaret Journals, with the yea and nay thereon, eral election to be held in the year 1954 Assess the Property of the County for the
de ith your hd they did determine and direct that the A. D., that is to say: A new section shall Purpose of .Levying State, County, School
Chase Smith, was dining in the sid Joint Resolutions be submitted to the be added to said Article V to be designated and Municipal Taxes Levied by the State,
te ret t leetos of the State at th General Elec- Section 16b, reading and providing fol- County, County School Board, School Dfi-
S senate restaurant when a bug ton on November 2nd, 1954. lows: trits, Special Tax School District, P,.rt
m l ff i crawled across the table. The Sen- NOW, EFORE I, R. A. GAY, Section 16b. W n and as the busins Districts, Drainage Districts, and Any
Com pl ete VI late a rs n a ie. Offic secret of Stat_.of the, State o Florida, of the office of the County Judge requites,- Other Taxini Districts, and Municipallties
C p e f f i ce Serator hasn't been back since. Fur-' do hereby ive notice that a in any county having a population of more Iof the Cou V. ,,
t in GENERAL ELECTION than 125,000 according to the last official 'BE ITRESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA
thermore she immediately introduc- will be held in each county in Florida on census of Florida, the Legislature may pro- TURE OF,-THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
ed a, resolution asking for a $15;- Tuesday next sncceeding the first Monday vide for one or more additional County That the following amendment to Ar-
-- -- -- a esoutiona o a in NovembC, A. D., 1954 th said Tuesdayy Judges who shall be elected by the quali- tidce VIII of the Constitution of the State
GOO investigation of the dining betig the SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER fled electors of such county at the time of Florida relative to the assessment of all
Sfor the ratification or rejection of the said and places of voting for other county of- taxes in the County of Monroe, State of
rt8 Iroom and kitchen. Joint Retolutions proposing Anendments ficers and such additional County Judge Florida, by adding thereto an additional
SN O SERTOUS BUSINESS -Getting to the Constitution of the State of Florida, or Judges, hall hold said office for our section to be numbered by the Secretary
vlz years and said Judge's or Judges'. compen- of State, be and the same is hereby agreed
A- "r.id of the communist menace in the action shall be provided for by law, and to and shall be submitted to the electrs
id the communist menae in the No. 1 he or they shall have and exercise all the of the State of Florida for ratification or
Sun United States is serious business powers and perform all the duties that rejection at the general election to be held
n ates serious business. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 579' are or may bhe provided or prescribed by on the first Tuesday after the first Monday
The Congress, in its final days. A Joint Retolution pioposing an Amend- the Constitution or Statutes for County in November, 1954, as ollows:
meant of Article III of the Constitution of Judges, and all laws relatin t the County Section From and after January 1,
Stnrew together and passed a com- the State of Florida Relating to the Leg- udge shall apply 5o raid addtional th couty f tax asseor ian the
promise anti-comm .unist bill. As islative Department by Striking Therefrom County Judge or Judges. Provided, how. nty o oe, State o Florida, shall
promise anti-communist bill. As Sections 2 and 4 Thereof Pertaining to ever, that any law enacted by the Legisla- assess all property for all state, county,
raeand Remuneration of Legislators and In- shall require a referendum thereon, .and the county by the state, county, county
members of Congress were getting smioa o of n th LW a 1 an l Wm t proidi ng for additial count nudg s l andsmunicipalstaes o ylevio n|
ready to leave town, one outspoken sorting in Lie Therof Stons Numbered such law shall not become efttv until school board, school district, special tax
2 and 4 A espectivJ- Yrtfhiingl tb the it is ratified by a majority of the voters school districts, port districts, drainsage
comment was made by Florida's Sam-Gn oal ubjee at i'of the County affected who participate in districts, nd any other taxing ditrit,
BE IT 'RESOLVEiD 1Y 1HE LEGISLA- said election. and municipalities of the ount.
"he-coon," Congressman Bob Sikes, TUREOF TH TAT OF FLORIDA: .. 4 The Legislature shall at the legislat v
"'The la which passed," he said Tha the o amendment of Ar; session in 1955 and from time to tSle
I l which passed," he satilae I of the constitution of the Stt o SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 179 thereafter, enact laws specifying the
"'a 'wa an imTprovelment over the Florida relating to the legislative detarl- A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend- powers, functions, duties and eompensa-
rimert, be and the same Is hereby agreed to ment to Article III, Section 28 of the tiort of the county tax assessor, designated
drastic "outlaw" bill which first and shall be submitted to the electors of Constitution of the State of Florida Relat- i the first paragraph of this section, and
came out of the Senate. But, it still the tate of Florida for approval or rejec- ing to Executive Approval of Bills by shall likewise provide by law for the e
came t o the enattion at' thenextgeneral election to beheld Providing That After Final Adjournment tension on the assessment roll of the
Sr-mn is a piece-of hastily iawn in 1954 that ito say that Article III of the Legislature the Governor Shall Have county tax assessor of all taxes levied
of the constitution of the State of Florida Twenty (20) Da1s in Which to Approve te state, county, county school l,
dvbiously useful legisllfian. im:b' hlie amended by striking therefrom present o Veto Bills. school districts, special tax schoolietitso,
Sections 2 and 4 and inserting in lieu BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- port districts, drainage districts, and ay
ec more by political motives than thereof the following sections to be num- TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: other taxing districts and municipalities
by a desire to strike at the corn- berd 2 and 4 respetively:ra That Article III, Section 28 of the Con- whose taxes may be asessed by the county
Section 2. Regular and extra sessions.- stitution of the State of Florida be tax assessor pursuant to the first peg-.
?::unists. I waS hlopin'. to ,' 1T The regular sessions of the LegislatAre amended, and the same is hereby agreed graph of this section.
i shall be held biennially, commencing on to and shall be submitted to the electors
thing better. I feel. we should fear the first Tuesday after the first Monday of the State of Florida for ratification or No. 7
in April, A. D. 1887, and on the corre- rejection at the next general election to
this issue in. good American tr spending day of every second year there- be held on the Tuesday after the first SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1061
ditional -thatter, but the Governor may convene the Monday in November, 1954, as follows: A Joint Resolut
ditionalsye-tha is. meet ame in extra session by his proclamation. Section 28. Executive approval of acts; ment to Article Vonfpr posing an Amstit
"ead-on and "cuit pus~sy-footil. Regular sessions of the Legislature may veto; overriding veto.-Every bill that the State of Florida by Adding Thereto
head-on a.d quit pussy-footin- t a rtoo Flrid hLsbyoAddn Terto
a u- extend to sixty days. but no special sessicn may have passed the Legislature shall, be- an Additional Setion to Pro-ide for Two
'" ^ about it." convened by the Governor shall exceed fore becoming a law, be presented to the Judges of the Court of Record in and for
twenty days. The regular sixty-day bi- Governor; if he approved it he shall sign Escambia County, Florida, and to P'ove
CLOSE TIMING-Two Florida ennial session of the Legislature may, by it, but if not he shall return it with his ri
a three-fifths vote of the membership of objections to the House in which it oigi- Legislativeonal J Autdge ority to Provide Addi-Needed.
." S Congressmen moved rapidly last both houses, be extended not exceeding a nated, which House shall cause such ob- E IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLA-
week to check any ill effects-of total of thirty days which need not be con- sections to be entered upon its Journal TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA;
ee to hec ay ill effectsoecutive. Recesses in such extended sea- and proceed to reconsider it; if, after That the following amendment to Ar-
S red tide story appearing in lhE mion shall be taken only by joint action such reconsideration, it shall pass both tile V of the Constitution of tbe State of
Saturday Evening Post. Courtof both houses. No extended session may Houses by a two-thirds vote of members Florida to be added as an additional sec-
saturday Evening Post. Courtne ast beyond September 1st following the present, which vote shall be entered on tio, to beappropriatelynumbered by the
-"" Canpbell of Talpam and Jim Haloy regular biennial session. During such ex- the Journal of each House, it shall become Secretary of State and the same s hereby
tended session, no additional proposed leg- a law. If any bill shall not be returned agreed to and shall be submitted to the
-f- Sarasota got together the next isolation shall be introduced unless consent within five days after it shall have been electors of the State of Florida or ratii-
ty OtI is first obtained by a two-thirds vote of presented to the Governor, (Sunday ex- cation or rejection at the general election
Say on a radio show with Dr. Paul the members of the House into which it cepted) the same shall be a law, in like to be held on the first Tuesday after th
.',.' iThomt; son of I he Fish and Wild;i i is sought to be introduced, manner as if he had signed it. If the Leg- first Monday In November, 1954, to-wit:
TF Section 4. Legislators, salaries, etc. islature, by its final adjournment prevent Section -. From and after thado
S" "" "'Scto Pr'vican herae andr debunked emany '
"'el..rvic. helre and debunkc:l manl. Senators and members of the House of such action, such bill shall be a law, unless tion of this Amendment, there shall be a
o tlfl iesn ie d Representatives ~shall be duly qualified the Governor within twenty (20) days after Judge of the Court of Record in and for
: of the false ideas in the minds 3 electors in the respective counties and the adjournment, shall file such bill with Escambia County, Florida, in addition to
.r i" r.. T districts for which they were chosen. The his objections thereto, in the office of the the Judge of said Court already provided.
Florida citizens. The tide is not compensation of legislators shall be twelve Secretary of State, who shall lay the same Said Judge shall be elected, at the General
Scared by p n gas o hundred ($1200.00) dollars each year and before the Legislature at its next session, Election next succeeding the coming into
S ... cause y oison gases or bombs shall be paid in monthly installments of and if the same shall receive two-thirds effect of this Amendment, and shall hold
dumped after the ar. accodi one hundred ($100.00) dollars each. Dur- of the votes present it shall become a law. office for six years and receive the simd
e ar according the time the legislature is in session salary and allowances for expenses as is
e _dream-, carS. i ron e to D'. Thompson. Many letter' eaCh legislator shall receive per dlem and No.5 now provided for the Judge of the Cort
S re e r e w-ere received by the Congressmen such may not exceed the allowances for HOUSE JOIT RESOLUTION N. 8r in an ond H for Ehave am Cowe and
s e ssaeaaei tesm ~i ich expenses provided for other state A Joint ResoMlution roposi g an Amend- oa e shall have all powe and
in l VO lum ro u c t congratulating them for following r;ia onder ener law oe t meant of Article VII of the State Con- perform all duties and possess all quaillf-
congratulatiteg tem for following' ,' iiciala under general law.t C i ha or ma be pro e
vol ym e "stitution by Adding Thereto an Additional cations that are or may he provided or
up the Post story 'so quickly-and Section to be Numbered by the Secretary prescribed by the Constitution or by stat-
t No. 2 of State Relating to the Assessment and ute for the Judge of the Court of Record
vette is far nore than transportation. bringing people the facts straight N RCollection of Municipal Taxes. in and for Eseambia County, Florida, and
ENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 676 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- all statutes concerning said Judge shall
It's an adventure! from the Fish and Wildlife biolo- A Joint Resolution proposing an Amend- TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: apply to him. Provided, however, that if
Come in soon or r Covette ri. st himself. nent to Article I of the Florida Consti- TaU he fo am there be a Commissioner of the Cout o
Come in soon for our Corvette ride. tion by Adding a New Section Thereto That othe Constitution of record in and for Escamb County, o
But don't come in unless you have some ____ :a Be Numbered by the Secretary of State, of Florida relating t the assestn m t and ida, he shall upon the coming into efft
But don't ome in unless you have omeProvide That No State Funds Shall Be collection of municipal taxes, be and the of this Amendment become such additional
time to spend-because the Chevrolt total of 982000,000 passengers xpended to Pa Obliation Incurred to ame is hereby agreed to and shall be Judge, and shall be commissioned by the
SConstruct. Purchase or Maintain Any, Toll submitted to the electors of the State of Governor as such, to hold office until hit
Corvette is ery likely to make youis carried every ear by 50,000 Road. FIorida for approval r rejection at the ccessor is duly elected and qualified.
Corvette ery liely t mae BE ITRESOLVED BY THE LGISLA- nexten ecn toe held n 1 (b) The Legislature may from time to
"play hooky"' for a while. But whenever daily rains on British railways. TURE .OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: that is to say that Article VIII of the tiRe andas t he business o e Court of
y o r a ual to 0 trips on the average That Article IX of the Florida Constitu- Constitution of the State of Florida bh Record in and or Escambia County, lor.
you co e in, we Can prone yu a l-and on be amended by adding an additional amended by adding thereto an additional ida, requires, provide for the appointment
for every lan, woman and child section thereto to be numbered by the section to be numbered by the Secretary for one or more additional Judges of said
new thril i drive So, don't delay! in the ecrety of State. and the same is hereby of State and reading as follows, to-wit: court. Each such additional Judge shall
in the county. u and shall be submitted to the t: { be elected and hold office for six years
tilil drii. don't conty. agreed to and shall be submitted to the Section -. Authority of the Legisla- and shall receive the same salary and ale
electors of the State of Florida for ratif- ture as to assessment and collection of and es for expense asaOther- Judges o
-- cation or rejection at the general election municipal taxes.--The Legislature may, by the Court of Record in and for Escambia
C H E V R O L E T Although auroras, or "northern to be held on the firstTuedayafter e e of special or act Co n F or T
ltog'n-I n first Monday in November, 1954, as fo-th et o a r i County, Florida. They shall have all
u l.ow. : November, 1954, as fo- tof a powers and perform all duties and possessi
lights". sometimes given the illus- lows: pality by.the CountyTax Assessor of the all qualifications that are or may be pir
O R V E T T ion of touching the ground, none ated or dpended to cdnstrnct, reconstruct, ated and the collection thereof by the by statute for the Judge of the court o
hetles thaen eas e aba tiei o an toll road extendl lntb more than vld that no such act, except the pro- ida, and all statnutes concerning said Jude
'has been measured at a hei hlt of anai a ice, repar pur has or les County Ta Colletr oc tuch ount i p 1 I h u tb cnur of
M-o eI a daSe ft i_'-ve t; less than 35 miles above the ee t e6unt or to pay the principal or vlso thereof for a rfernnddm election, shall apply to them.
i.rth's surface, interest of any rvenuI eertificates or miay become effective in Any unlcipality
carth's surface, other evidences of indebtedness to coOi- until approved by a majority vote of the <
etruct, reconstruct, maintain, telrvie, re- elettor qualified to vote in such munici-
----" pair, purchase or lease any toll road ex- pality, voting at an election called for IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
The first transcontinental tele- tending into more than three counties. such purpose, which election may be held hereunto set my hand and affixed th
s-parately or with any other election. Any Great Seal of the State of Florida at
IR E T CO M PA NY graph line w-as completed in 1861; No. $ such act shall provide for re unable corn- Tallahaec, the Capital, s the th h dath
il-e first cross-country telephone HOUSE JOINT R QLUTIQN NO. 757 nty Tfr Co lltor oTax Acf Ahudt, A.i.. .A. GRAY
hone 388 Port St. Joe, Florida circuit was opened in 1915, and the o-to fv o t oli to ATbofitSS. w t bjS bt t fog eeret e Bate
first' coast-to-coast television net- -.
work in 1951.






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WSCS Dist. Seminar Secre.ar of Mivionaryv

To Be September 15 Education will have charge of the
program, the purpose of which is
-o t'ain ;the delegates from the
Mrs. Fred Tindel. President of r" soceies in the
the Marianna District Woman's So- that they i. turn aar
city o, Christian Service of the e a more than 1600 member.
Methodist Church announces that t l .
1 n Q- i -ill 1 inp' their local societies.

the IJsirictL eminar will b ie elu I i
Chipley on Wednesday, Septem-
ber 15, at 9:30 a.m. at the Methodist


iThe teachers wi;h .\Ifr. Bowles,
iielude I'rs. R. I. Lawrence. Head-
and:: Mrs. A. E. Middlebrooks,

I am an engineer and
this is my family. We
have much to be thankful for-good
health, our good country, a comfortable
home, a good job and good friends and
My greatest pride and happiness comes
from my home and my family-Susie, my
wife, and little Susie and John. We have
ups and downs, like other families, but on
e whole we fare pretty well. Best of all,
we have each other.
I read an article in a magazine, which
said no nation could be completely de-
stroyed which maintained the integrity of
its homes. Nations begin to decay when
they lose the stabilizing influence of the
That is not going to happen to our home
Sif we can help it, and I think we can. We
try to make it the best place on earth for
each other and a pillar of strength for our
community and country. We laid its foun-
dations in God and religion.
S Families that are bound together by love
and religion do not break up. These ties
grow stronger with the passing years. So
we go to Church and worship God, and put
our lives and hopes in His hands.
I&- 0

H. S. LILS, JewlS er
25 Years Experience Inr W watch ;ep2 ,
Phone 162 322 Rei:i 'v,.

Thames Jewe iev and Walch RuiC-g
H.1.A. Certified VWachlmakccr and Reistecrcd
Chronograph Watch Tecihnician'
317 Reid Avenue Phone 403

St. Joe Furniture &' Ap!hrce Co.
Low Dowln Payments -- Easy Termr
Phone 239 205-207 Reid Ave.

"Exclusive But Not Expensive"
Phone 65 410 Reid Ave.

PIGG IY WSIGC.Y '-Iy R tf!!pi
Home Owned by E. J. Rich (nd Scns
Phone 306 205 3rd Street

West Florida Gas & Fuel Company
"Our Rolling Pipelines Nccer End"
Port St. Joe, Fla. Phone 342

Phone 99 328 Reid Ave.

"Go Modern With Us"
Phone 181 232 Reid Ave.

S"rn, a1 .\Mrs. Fred Davis,
S: .J. .)c. They have all had
-]teci'' training along their line of MEETNEXT TUESDAY
nI (jrk.
SRussell Cook, Conference The WMS of the First Baptist
of Statu f omen Church will meet Tuesday, Sep-
S c rotary ol member 7 at 3:00 p.m. The WMS
"il gliv -he tor o .cvotional.
O(..er v,.:.ien of the Disrrict will is changing their meeting date for
help with the program. this week only due to the Labor
The school will close at noon Day holiday.
and the -host society will serve _____
uncii:h : those who desire reserva-

Day Book Chapter Verses
Sunday.... Deuteronomy 8 1-10
Monday... Deuteronomy 8 11-20
Tuesday Deuteronomy 31 1-13
Wedn'sd'y Psalms 42 1-11
Thursday...Luke 4 1-8
Friday .. Luke 12 3-21
Saturday John -, I

Copyriht 194. Retr Adv S-rvire.StMnburg, Va.

"Your Family Shopping Center"
308 Reid Avenue

.',ig 'i, Tackle Sher' ,ii-' 'ilii" Paints
Phone 231 213/2 Reid Ave.

ii _ilAAR MILLER, Agent
Standard Oil Company
-,one 127 1st. and Garrison

"'or Scr.oce and Quality"
?hone 148 208 Reid Ave.

S:ar.c-v. Paints, Building Supplies
.c ; 1 4 203 Reid Ave.

316 Reid Ave. Phone 288

."Pay Cash and Pay Less"
222 Reid Ave. Phone 252

Frigidaire Appliances
Phone 291 209 Reid Ave.

"Make Your House A Home"
Phone 56 309-11 Reid Ave.

A prayer, in its simplest defi-
nition, is merely a wish turned
heavenward. Phillips Brooks
Between the humble and con-
trite heart and the majesty of
heaven there are no barriers: the
only password is prayer.
-Hosea Ballou



Highland View Baptist Church
SRev. P. G. Safford, Pastor
Sunday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00' a.m. Morning Worship
6:45 p.m. Training Union
8:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service
7:00 p.m. (Wed.) Choir Practice
8:00 p.m. (Wed) Prayer Meeting

Rev. L. J. Keels, Pastor -
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
Training Union, 8:00 p.m.
Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m.
Woman's Missionary Society, Mon-
day at 3:00 p.m.
Junior R.A. and G.A. and Intermed-
iate G.A. on Monday at 4:15 p.m.
Intermediate R. A. Tuesday at 4:00.
Preaching at White City Mission
Tuesday at 8:00.,
Prayer Service, Wednesday 8:00.

Fred L. Davis, Pastor
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
6:45 p.m. MYF, Seniors, Inter-
mediates, Juniors.
8:00 .m. Evening Worship.
7:30 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer Service
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Choir Rehearsal

8th St. between Monument and
Long Avenues
Rev. Robert O'Sullivan, Pre'ist
1st Sunday of each month.
Mass 8:30 a.m., Confessions,
S:00 to 8:20 a.m.
OtherSundays of each month.
Mass 10:30 a.rp. Confessions,
10:00 to 10:20 a.m.
Holy Days of Obligation.
Mass 7:30 a.m., Confessions
7:00 to 7:20 a.m.

It t
J. C. Odum, Pastor
Meeting in High School Auditorium
9:45 a.m., Sunday School ,
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
1:30 p.m. The Baptist Hour, WDLJP
6:45 p.m. Baptist Training Union
8:00 p.m. Evening Worship.
'8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer Service
Nursery open for all services
Public cordially invited

Highland View Methodist Church
Rev. Charles Boland, Pastor
10:00 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:30 p.m. Methodist Youth Fellow-
8:00 p.m. Evening Worship
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer Service

Kenney's Mill Baptist Church
W. B. Holland, Pastor
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
8:00 p.m. (Wed) Midweek S3avice
6.45 p.m. Baptist Training Union
8:00 p.m. Evening Worship"
Everyone invited to all services

Oak Grove Assembly of God
Lloyd D. Riley, Pastor
10:00 a.m., Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
8:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service
8:00 p.m. (Wed.) Prayer Service
8:00 p.m. (Fri.) Christ Ambassa-
dor Service.

Thomas Miller
Minister In Charge
7:30 a.m., Morning Prayer
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship and
9:45 a.m. Church School
7:00 p.m. Young People's Service

Rev. John T. Dudley, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M.
B.T.U., 7:00 P.M.
Evening Service, 8:00 P.M.
Hour of Power, Wed., 8:00 P.M.

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By REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor not work, he shall hot eat.' Now we
Long Avenue Baptist Church hear that you have some among
Scripture: (Scripture text taken you living quite undisciplined lives,
from Letters To Young Churches, never doing a stroke of work, and
a translation of the New Testa- busy only in other peoples affairs.
ment Epistles by J. B. Phillips.) Our order to such men, indeed our
"Whatsoever you do, put your appeal by the Lord Jesus Christ, is
whole heart an dsoul into it, as to settle down to work and eat the
into work done for God, and not tood they have earned themselves.
merely for men-knowing that And the rest of y6u-don't get tired
your real reward, a heavenly one. of honest work!" (2 Thessalonians
will come from God, since you are 3:6-13).
actually-employed by Christ, and LESSON COMMENTS: (Taken
'not just by your earthly master" from "Points For Emphasis", com-
(Collosians 3:23-24). mentary on International Sunday
". Yet we urge you to have School lessons, by Clifton J. Al-
more and more, and to'make t lean).
your ambition to have no ambition' There are all sorts of notions

Be busy with your own affairs and
do your work yourselves." (1 Thes-
.salonians 4:10b-11).
"One further order we must give
you in the name of our Lord, Je-
sus Christ: don't assocaite with the
brother whose life is undisciplined,
and who despises the teachings we
gave him. You know well that we
ourselves are your examples here,
and that olr lives among you were
never undisciplined. We did not
eat anyone's food without paying
for it.-In fact we toiled and labour-
ed night and day to avoid being
tie slightest expense to any of you.
This was not because we had no
right to ask our necessities of you,
but because we wanted to set you
an example. When we were actual-
ly with you we gave you this prin-
cipal to work on: 'If a man will

First Baptist WMU

Meets At Church

SThe Woman's Missionary Union
of the First Baptist Church held
their regular fifth Monday meeting
at the church at which time the
Young People of the church and
their leaders had charge of the
program. 'Mrs. E. C. Cason, presi-
dent, presided over the meeting.
The program opened with all
singing the Wo\'niar,. Missionary
song of the year, "Jesus Saves",
followed,with prayer by Mrs. A. V.

about work. The lazy avoid work
as much as they can. The cove-
tous will do any kind of work for
gain. The proud are ashamed to
work with their hands. Even more
tragic, millions work with little
understanding of the relation be-
tween themselves and their labor.
These are factors which make it
so important to have a christian
concept about useful work.
According to the Apostle Paul,
all worthy work is service to the
Lord; it has value for the building
of character; and it is a necessity
to provide a livelihood. We glorify
Christ by doing the best work of
which we are. capable.
"Whatsoever ye do do it heartily,
as to the Lord, and not unto men."
-Collosians 3:23.

Episcopal Roundup

Ended Last Friday

The First Annual St. James' Epis-
copal Church Vacation Roundup
ended August 27, Friday evening
with. a covered dish supper and
party. Approximately 150 attended.
Members of The Bar J won gold
arrows for having secured the most
points during the Roundup. All
ranch hands won neckerchiefs for
attending three days.
After the supper, a program was
given by the Circle S, The Bar J,
The Triangle V and The Diamond

Mrs. William Chafin reported on R, which included their salute to
her trip to Woman's Missionary the Cross, salute to the flag, prayer

Union Week at Ridgecrest which
was very interesting and informa-
tive. Reports were given by Miss
Frances Lewis and Miss Celia Tom-
!inson who attended Girl's Auxil-
iary Camp at Tampa. Miss Marietta
Chafin reviewed her activities at
Girl's Auxiliary Camp and Young
Peoples' Camp over the state. She
urged that First ,Church send as
many girls to these camps as poss-
ible andf gave informative informa-
tion on the work she did throughout
the state with these groups. Miss
Chafin was representative of the
First Church to these camps for a
six-weeks period. She was one of
five girls of the State of Florida
chosen to go on an extended trip to
Cuba in the near future. Mrs. W. C.
Pridgeon dismissed the group with
Next Monday all members of the
WMU are urged to attend the busi-
ness meeting which will be held
at ,.e church at 3 p.m.
-- --
Highland View Chaney
G. A.'s Meet At Church

The Chaney Junior Girl's Auxil-
iary of the Highland View Bap-
Iist Church met for their regular
meeting, Monday afternoon at the
church with Mrs. E. R. DuBose,
counselor. Helen Richards, chair-
man,' presided over the neeting.
Sara Cumbie led in prayer and
presented the devotional taken
from Matthew 7:3-11.
The meeting opened with the
watchword, allegiance and G. A.
song. The hour was devoted to the
study of their forward steps.

and songs of the Roundup. The pro-
gram ended with square dancing by
all the young and "old". Music was
furnished by Mrs. Billy Quarles
and The Dickey Trio.
St. James Church wishes to thank
all those who participated in the
Roundup in making it a grand suc-
-ess, especially to Mrs. Otto An-
derson, Mrs. Robert Bellows and
all the foremen and are looking
forward to next year when again
the ranch hands will meet for their

Highland View Baptist
WMU Met Monday

The Woman's Missionary Union
of 'the Highland View 'Baptist
Church met on Monday afternoon
at the church with a large attend-
The meeting gwas turned over to
Rev. P_ G. Safford, pastor of the
church who conducted the study
book, "Good Stewards". He gave
three chapters, "Stewardship in
tne Bible", "Stewardship of Self"
and "Stewardship of Time".
Fourteen members were present.
At the conclusion 'of the study,
Rev. Safford dismissed the meet-
ing with prayer.
At the next meeting on Monday,
September 6, Rev. Safford will
continue the study and all mem-
bers are urged to attend.

Linda Faye Keels dismissed the
meeting wtih prayer.
Twelve members were present.

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moved and are pastoring a church
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Jackie Henderson of Mobile,


Highland View Ala., spent a few days with his par- By Co. W. S. Smth, Retired.
ents. MIr. and Mrs. Henderson. Mayor of Buckhorn
by MARGIE ROGERS Mrs. Marilee Perice is leaving
._ _for Japan Saturday. There she will
n her husband, Sgt. Floyd Perice SK 0 DA WABSKOOK. NEW
Mr. and Mrs. Watts and children t.:1r ; 1NXS\WICK. C af Chattanooga, Tennl., speln a few days in Kinlard. with her nlo- riu into a lot of colllnent oil "We-
few days with the'former's brote er, Mrs. Lula Kemp atnd so. ihilchka" and how to pronounce
and family. Mr. and .Mrs. L.ee Budd.. it. but iwhat do you think of this
Watts. Nell Barfield of Alford is visit- place? Imagine a rooting section for
Mrs. Jim Chestnut spent a few g with er brother and family, dear old Skoodawabskook Iigh at
ays with her son and family. MIr. Mr. and Mrs. H-osey Barfield. a football game: "Skoodawabskook!
and Mrs. Bill Chestnut of Panama Mrs. Johnnie is visiting with her Skoodawabskook! Skoodawabskook
Mrs. Toilnnie is visiting Iith lier
Sity.. mother in De Funiak Springs, Mrs. Rah! Rah! Rah! Skoodawabskook!"
Rev. Charles Boland, pastor of J. W. Wooten. i... By the time they got through
le Highland View Methodist Johnnie Hewitt is in the hospi- the game would be over and all
Church is attending a pastor's as- tal in Jacksonville. We hope he is tle spectators gone home .(We can
sembly this week at Blue Lakes doing fine and will soon be ready now spell "Skoodawabskook"-Ed).
Iear Andalusia. Ala. oom home Leaving Wells. Maine. last week.
We are sorry to say that Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Edgra Strange and we passed through Portland and
and Mrs. Johnson, pastors of the family spent a few days in Colum- up the coast about 240 miles, pas:-
Lighland View Church of God have bia, S. C.. with the latter's sister ing through Perry where there is

the 2,-foot tides of the bay play
havoc with the current from the
river to create what is called the
"Reversing Falls." which may bI
viewed from the bridge connection
the two cities.
The falls, where the river run-
0 C"er : tnval (t w,1. t ;
moil of water. At low tide the river
water races through a gorge -!
feet wide. falling 11 feet. Then foi
a few minutes at half tide it is a.-
quiet as a millpond. As the enor-
Imous tine begins to come in thL
battle is on. the tide from Fundy
finally overcoming the water from
the river.
Lancaster is a new city. but
Saint John dates back to 1785, when
ii was incorporated under a royal
charter. It has many ancient build-
ings such as Trinity Church which
was opened in 1791, and a com-
munion service sent to the church
in 1790 by George. III. is still in

a monument iuarmng mea n N '- N-,
point between the equator and the regular use; The Cathedral of the
North Pole (Lat. 45 degrees North). Imnnaculate Concention. a beautiful
Front there we took a side trip to 'structure, is the principal Roman
Eastpoint to look over the Passa- Catholic edifice; Martello Tower.
maquoddy Bay project. whichc h commands the harbor, dates
This "Quoddy Project", as it was from the War of 1812; the court
called, was a New Deal experimen- house, dating front 1830. has a
tal setup in an attempt to harness spiral stone staircase winding to
the 25 to 30-foot tides that occur the thij'd story unsupported by
in this vicinity. I imagine a good pillar or post.
many millions of the taxpayers The museum at .Saint John.
dollars were squandered here, just among other things, has a vast
as they were on the start of the collection of artifacts and hand-

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Florida cross-state canal. The huge
buildings, houses. machine shops
and large quonset huts have been
sold, probably at about one-thou-
sandth of their cost, and all that
remains is a 10X10 foot model and
a crumbling concrete wall stretch-
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The idea (and it sounds practi-
cal) was to build a dam across the
mouth of a bay, open the gates as
the tide rose, close them at full
tide and then; as the 30-foot tide
fell. release the impounded water
through electric generators.
Leaving Eastpoint. we shortly
crossed into New Brunswick at
Calais. Me., and'were rolling along
the highway with the famous Bay
of Fundy on our right. Soon the
twin cities of Lancaster and Saint
John loomed ahead, separated by
the St. Tohn River at a point where
and family.
The Modern Club of Highland
View had their weekly meeting at
the home of Lucille Godwin. The
meetiingi was held at thevbgkqj
meeting:, was called t6 order and
the members worked on their quilt.
New members are being taken in
this week and initiation will be
held Friday. A visitor, Ruth Speig-
ner, was present.

crafts of two Indian tribes, the
Malisect and Micmac, which give
a wonderful picture of these peo-
Saying goodbye to dear old
Skoodavabskook is our next plan-
ned stop will be Moncton, where
we contemplate viewing the "Ti-
dal Bore", about which through the
years we have read a lot and heard
our grandmother, a native of Hali-
fax. tell wondrous tales.

Veterans Service Officer
To Be At City Hall
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
Nicholas will visit 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-
During hig visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted at the fol-
lowing places at the time and on
Wednesday, September 8, at tthe
City Hall in Port St. Joe from 8:30
to 9:30 Aa:m. (EST).




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:e-,ne of Indonesia'. Those taking joyed Tuesday afternoon at the he dropped his hook overboard, and Mrs. Johnson Hostess
part were Mesdames D. I. Hatcher, homr of Mr. and Mrs. George Har- brought in some real bigred breast T Tuesday BridgeClub
E.: L. Antlery R. L. Smith, and Har- per by Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon, Mr. and Mrs. Carter Ward had as Tues
old Chafin. Those present were Mrs. Willie Ola Upshaw. Mr. and their guests over the week end, Mrs. Walter Johnson was.hostess
mIesdames E. L. Antley, Carter Mrs. James Harper and children, Mr. Ward's brother, Mr. and Mrs.to the members of the Tuesday
Ward. Stets Pridgeon, D. R. Hatch- Sarah, Elizabeth, Eugene and Jasper Ward and his sister and B ge Club when they met in
; L. R.L. Smith and Harold Chafin. James Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Red Iu.tr !-Bone on Sixth Street. Arrange
'Mrs. UpThaw was a visitor. Gcorge Harper and children Oli- McCook of Bruce. Saturday they l.en-s of early fall flowers were
The Assembly of God church or. James Edwin and Ann. Lee visited, "The Garden of Eden" near Isd as decoration.
'Sunday School held a fish fry Tues- P. raseau. Dorothy and Charlotte Bristol. They enjoyed a basket Pla'ing were Mrs. Byron Ehis,
day night at Robert's Landing on Walker. John Henry Pope, Phil lunch while there and reported a IyM. Frank Hannon, Mrs. Joe Hen-

afternoon at the community build- the Intracoastal Canal. The affair To.-tlinso). Jesse Hardy. Jimnmy '"""' L
ing with the young people's leader, was enjoyed by seventh members martin n and Mr. ad Mrs. L. ad rs D 0 Tucker made
Mrs. E. L. Antley. After several and friends according to im Rob- Smith a business trip to Panamia City
songs and games, Mrs. E. L. An- erts. -who is a member. Friends of Mrs. R. L. Smith aret Friends of Mrs. D. M. Christmas
Icy told Bible stories to the nine Mr. and Mrs. D. R..Hatcher and ;:iad to know that she has been re- will regret to learn that she is ill
members present. Those attending son. Earl spent the week end in ;eased from a recent confinement at her home here.
were, Bobby and Billy Antley. liub- l)othan. Ala.. visiting her sister to her home because of illness. M;r. and Mrs. Albert Yates and
ba and Eddy Braxton. Albert Gen- and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Fishing reports have been corn- !'ree children ot Tallahassee were
try, Barcia Waldrop. Johnny Shi-.l H. Huilhes and other relative : ing in good all this week. Among tie guests of-Mrs. Yates' parents.
rah and Anita and Smnity Smith. ; .Id friends. those who have shown us the limit :\Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Prince. They
The White City WMS met Mon-- _Mr. and M.rs. Robert Daniels and ol fish is Dan Hatfield, who start- enjoyed fresh water and surf fish-
day afternoon w;h six members 'irtle daughter. Delores ha-ve re- ed to Lake Wimico Monday morn- ng while here.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
and one visitor present. Mrs. Sties turned from t' ir vacation in Geor- ing about daylight. He had motor rens and M -
PYidgeon, program chairman, was 'ia. South Carolina and other trouble at the old Kenney Rail mond Hightower will be glad to
in charge of the program. Subject points in the north. Road and decided to return home. know that they are residing in the
for the afternoon was "the Cla!- A fresh water fish fry was en- As he drifted back to White City, 'apartment of Mr. and Mrs. G. S.

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K Mrs. J. H. Chafin.
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IN. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S agent, or his attorney, or it will NOTICE OF fEGULAR Port St. Joe, Florida on Tuesday, missioners, one in group 3 and on'e
S,| e* I e~' I' N PROBATE. become void according to law. MUNICIPAL ELECTION September 14, 1954. in group 4, will be!'held one week
Str Classiied A s Bring Quick Results IN RE: Estate of September 1st, 1954. Notice is hereby given that the The polls'will open at 8:00 o'clock from the date of the first primary.
JOE C. DANIELS, /s/ C. G. COSTIN First Primary Municipal Election A.M., and close at 7:00 o'clock P. or Tuesday, September 21, 1954 a
Deceased. Administrator of the Estate for the election of two (2) City M., Eastern Standard Time. the same location and same poll
WANTED: Infant or small child members urged to attend; visiting NOTICE TO CREDITORS ofJoe C. Daniels, deceased. Commissioners, one (1) in group T second nicipal Primary ing hours.
who needs a good home. Will' rethren invited. R. E. Williams, All creditors of the estate of Joe
love the child. Will adopt. Strictly N. G. H. H. Shirley, V. G. Bill Car- C. Daniels, deceased, are hereby Fi publication on 3 d onate in grou 4 wi e etion for theelectioned of they CoR City Auditor and
confidential. Box 96, St. Andrews, gill, Secretary. notified and required to file an ptembe 2, 1954. held at the City Hall in the City of aforementioned two (2) City Co City Auditor and Clerk
Fla. 9-2-St LOYAL ORDER claims or demands which they may
OF MOOSE have against said estate in the of-
FOR RENT fice of the County Judge of Gulf
S R R eetihg night ev- County, Florida, in the Courthouse
FOR RENT: -bedroo uery other Mnday. at ewahitchka, Florida, within
ed House. Stove and refrigerator Meetings at Moose eight (8) calendar months from the
rnished if needed. 1405 ood- Hall, 310 Fourth St. dae of the first publication of this
ward Ave., Call 143. Notice. Each claim or demand must
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.- be in writing and must state the
FOR RENT: Furnished house on Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular place -of residence and post office
Garrison Avenue. Phone 366-J. meetings 2nd and 4th Fri- address of the claimant and mu
-, days each month, 8:00 p. m. be sworn to by tihe claiman. h1is
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages at Members urged to attend;
St. Joe Beach. Rates by week or visiting brothers welcome. R. F. Bill Fischer,. Notre Dame line
month. Special rates for perman Scheffer, Jr., W.M.; Paul V. Player,
ent tenants. Anderson Cottag:s. secretary. coach, was a teammate of head
Call 37 or 9-2321. tf "football coach Terry Brennan tfor

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Registered Real Estate Broker
211 Reid Ave. Phone 61
FOR SALE: Scratch pads, ditto
paper, second sheets, sales books
guest checks. THE STAR, Phone
51 for delivery.
up to $100.00 weekly. Will need
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Political Announcements

For City Commission
I am a candidate for re-
election to the City Commis-
sion of Port St. Joe in Group
Number 3 in the City Elec-
tion September 14, 1954.
Your vote and. support
will be appreciated.

ForCity Commission
I wish to solicit your sup-
port for re-election as City
Commissioner Group 4. I
stand on my past record of
progress and promise to con-
tinue to do my best for the
public in the future.

For City Commission
Although i d no; \have
the time to see earn of you
in person, as I would like
to do I w^ v t yo-'to knov
that I wEi[ c:;,I::"c::: your
vote and suppc.:; i7': cai.-
didacy for o[ec1;.. ,u the
City Commission in Grou;
4 in the First Primary City
Election on Septembar 14.
I prs'niss t: wo"'- f- only
the betterment of our city
and promiseto vote c-[y my
(The r.,,n_-)


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