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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 1955
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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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PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
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"Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


VOLUME XVIII


Single Copy 8c


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1955


$3.00 Per Year


ETAOIN eR
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY L.


Ooooohhhh! Soch a' week!
Soch a week! We took the wife
and younguns to Georgia over
the week end to spend a while
and save on the household bills.
We have, of a necessity, been
watching it. We sincerely believe
we could give you housewives
a lesson in housekeeping. Yes,
sir! We have eaten eveCry meCal
at the house all week and have
not washed a dish. And, there is
only two dirty pans in the sink.


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r:'en By St. Joe Paper Co.

An w Club Will Tangle


Improvements Are

Seen For Local

Harbor In Future

Largest Port Between Mobile
and Tampa Located Here

"Port St. Joe handles more ton-
nage than any other harber from
Mobile to Tampa" said Harry H.
Saunders as he made a report to
the City Commission at their regu-
lar meeting Tuesday. Saunders had
been appointed by the Governor to
meet with .the National Rivers and


My secret? Ah! The wonderful Port St. Joe's Little League base- son. Mayor Jake Belin will throw annua m eei ng aHbe-reprse te th
invention of paper plates and bail teams kick-off their season the first ball into play. No admis- annual meeting. He represented the
cups. here tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 sion will be charged. The conces- City of Port St. Joe, Gulf County
The floor's not dirty either. I p.m. in the City Park on 10th St. sions stand will be open for the and Florida at the meeting.
just leave the windows open in The Krafties and the Kiwanis game. Saunders was reporting on pro-
the living room and the door will play the first game of the sea- Other games to be played will gress made to get the channel in
open in the kitchen and the wind -- be Saturday when the Rotary and St. Joseph's Bay deepened and wi-
blows the dirt out the back door. u. Ford-Pontiac teams tangle. Mon- dened to handle larger ships and
Now isn't that simple? The wash- a C 1 Will day Ford-Pontiac and Kiwanis will more traffic.
ing is even simpler, we just send meet and Tuesday, Rotary and The project now has the sanction
it to Creech Brothers. And) j nd e cou S e a ue Krafties will take to the field. All of the U. S. Corps of Engineers
women complain about house-' games will begin at 5:30 and will and the U. S. Congress. No ap-
keeping being a chore! Why, it's The recent recruiting campaign be free of charge. propriation for the project has been
a snap. t-or new High School Band Students All boys on the playing field will forthcoming however. iSaunders
Now, if I can just figure out has been highly successful, states be between the ages of eight and said that since its recent meeting,
some easy way to keep the bath bandmaster Dean. Many new musi- 12. No out-of-town boys can play in the project now has the sanction
tub clean. cal instruments have been purchas- the local league. Coy Williams of the National Rivers and Har-
ed by the parents of students who 1;as asked that all parents of boys bors Congress. According to Saun-
This week's paper probably have expressed a desire to join the who wish to play must furnish him ders, this body has no legislative
looks, sort of funny with two sin- band. All school owned instruments with the boy's birth certificate and powe-, but that their suggestions
gle sheet inserts inside. That wa.x have been assigned with the ex- sign a permit form before their meet. almost 100 per cent approval
our fault. We had a 10 page is- ception of one sousaphone and one boy can play. All parents are urged of the House Appropriations Comn-
sue coming up and went ahead baritone horn. t do this before game time to- mittee.
Tuesday morning and printed Class instruction will begin with borrow. Saunders stated that St. Joseph's
the two page insert. Ordinarily a general meeting of all new stu- Umpires for tomorrow's game Bay was one of only 37 improve-
on a ten-page issue we print cents on Monday morning, June will be Tommy Mitchell, Terry Hi- meant projects endorsed by the
pages three and eight first and 13, at 9:00 am. The meeting will note, Booth Poole and Joe Adams. Congress. Saunders said that he
the single sheet insert last. But be held in the high school band At a meeting at the Elementary learned that the Port of Port St.
we deviated from the pattern room. The purpose of this meeting I School last Thursday officers for Joe is gaining nation-wide fame as
this week and part of the stuff will be to explain the summer sche- !the league were chosen. They are as a rapidly growing port and cited
that we were going to fill up the dule, check all new instruments, follows: Tom Coldewey, president; the need for the harbor enlarge-
ten pages with failed to show up. and organizethe various instrumen- Paul Fensom, Vice-president; see- ment if the port is to continue to
Hence, we had to cut down to tal goups into balanced classes. retary, George Wimberly, Jr.; L. S. grow.
eight pages and hence the two The summer band schedule has Bissett, treasurer a n d Marion Last year, Port St. Joe handled
single sheet inserts, been set up to accommodatee all be- Craig, player agent. 1.9 million tons of cargo through
winners, cadet 1 i-,' members, and Team rosters are a.s follows: the local port.
Havep't br n fivi '..riishinc .. ,., t. is impor- St. Joe Paper Co. Krafters -----
for the past two weeks but we tant that all three types of band Bob Craig, 2b, Rodney Spaulding i
are going this week end.- students check with Mr. Dean to ss, William Williams lf, Jimmy Crai, and PlayerS Go
The fish should be biting. Af.- make sure of their particular sche- Wilder p and captain, Howard Lov- To FSU Football Clinic
ter the Commissioners meeting dule for the summer. It is highly ett 3b, Joe Whaley 1b, Chesley Fen-
Tuesday night over the coke important ,that all band members soim cf, Don Gardner c, Clifford
table, "Windy" Tharpe was tell- who have recently been promoted Winiberly rf. Substitutes are Bob Coach Marion Craig, along with
ing about his fish trip Saturday. to the senior band to be present Bracewell, Freddie Chason, Harold Wayne Taylor, Gene Raffield, Wal-
Oh he just cleaned out that for all training periods set up for Keels, Steve Whealton, and Al Cha- ter Wilder and Edward Smith of
creek. If you don't believe us their benefit. There will be little' ty.- the Port iSt. Joe High School foot-
just ask hin. You know why he time when next term begins to Kiwanis Team ball squad will again attend the
is called "Windy" don't you? Be- learn all that is necessary to march Lelon iSmith, Earnest Thursbay, annual football carnival at Florida
cause of his fish tales. and play well during the coming Bob Munn, Ronnie Hanlon, David State University which will be held
"Windy" said he went fishing football season. All such problems Rich, Lamar Ard, David Payne, on June 9, 10 and 11.
up to Graham's Creek. He went should be worked out before Sep- Donald Brake, Blain Tharpe. Sub- Coach Tom Nugent, of the Sem-
to rent a boat and every boat at member 1 of this year. Two vacan- statutes are Bernie Buzzett, Tommy inoles, has arranged for some of
the landing had a leak in the cies now exist for next year's cadet Riley, Myron Merritt, Buddy Thurs- the nation'.s outstanding football
bottom. So "Windy", having tra- band. First come-first served, bay, Jim Johnson and Don Kenning- players such as Tobin Rote, Hugh
veled 55 miles to wet a hook and ----- ---- ton. Taylor, Charley Trippi, Adrian
being the good samaritan that Arrives For Summer Rotary Team Burk. Otto Graham, Lou Groza
he is, fixed up he leaks in one Miss Sibbie Brinson, student at Larry Davis c, Sonny Eells 2b, and Doak Walker to be on hand
f the boats. He started to leave Florida State University will spend Coleman Tharpe 3b, Clifford Tharpe to show coaches and .their hopefuls
for a fine fishing trip and b ,the summer months here with her lb, Gary Lanier. cf, Ray Register the tricks that make the game click.
boat ownerr sad, That wl b I parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Erin- rf, Ronnie Tharpe ss, Victor Chand- The school will feature special
$1.50 for boat rent please. son. ler if, McKee McKenzie p. Substi- classes on passing, receiving, run-
We see in the ntst n tutes are Tommie Walker, Patrick ning, kicking and offensive and de-
We see in the Blountstown Etta Martin Arrives Home McFarlin, Lary Parker, Jimmie Ste- fensive play.
County Record' where all us! Miss Etta Martin, daughter of phens, Charles Bates and Randy Last year, when the clinic was
'Cracker County" editors should Mr. and Mrs. Chris Martin of Bea- Lanier. organized, over 400 coaches at-
t W re ndl u the con Hill, will spend the summer The roster for the Ford-Pontiac tended and it is expected that more
and Wallace Findlay up in the months with her paIren\ts. Miss .team was not available at press will attend this year.
Calhoun County seat has volun- Martin is a Sophomore at Florida time but will be published next --
teered out of a clear blue sky State University. week. Adverting doesn't cost, t PAYS!
to act as host. Wallace, just youdverting doesn't cost, it PAYS
let us know when dinner is ser-
ved and we will be there. ,, e A

St. James Summer Round
Up Will Begin July 18,
By CECIL G. COSTIN State employees to come under the
Announcement from Thomas R. Gulf County Representative merit system for the purpose of
Miller, minister of St. James' Epis- protecting them from political re-
copal Church, is that the annual The 1955 session of the Legisla- crimination.
"Round-up" vacation Bible School iture was truly a great session of The sum of $15,000.00 was approp-
of St. James' will begin July 18 accomplishments for the State of rated from State funds for the
and end on July 29. The school will Florida. Some of the major accom- purpose of commencing the con-
be held on Monday, Wednesday and plishments of a general State-wide .struction of an additional park unit
Friday of the two week period from nature, in my opinion, were as near Constitution Park to provide


9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Children
will bring their lunch and at noon
cold drinks will be served with
their lunches. All children who
have reached their fifth birthday
are invited to attend.

Leave For New York
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Walker o
Syracuse, N. Y. left for their home
Monday after spending a month's
vacation here with Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Fleishel at their beach
home at Mexico Beach.

Visits In Carrabelle
Miss Hazel Burnette was the
week end guest of Rev. and Mrs.
Harry Douglas at Camp Weed.
Carrabelle.

TRADE AT HOME


follows:
No new taxes were levied on the
people; however, we levied increas-
ed taxes on dog tracks which will
bring in an estimated $2,000,000.00
increase. This $2,000,000.00 will be
distributed among the 67 counties
equally, and Gulf County will re-
ceive approximately $26,000.00 more
of the race track funds each year.
This. of course, under our special
Acts will be distributed equally be-
tween the Board of Public Instruc-
tion and the County Commissioners.
We passed a bill for the relief of i
the permanent and totally disabled
-pern. in the State of Florida, ap-
pIropriating over $2,000,000.00 for
this purpose, to be matched -by a
,.. .i ui sum of Federal funds. This
program will commence probably
in July of this year.


City Refuses To Grant


Contract To Rehabilitate


Sewage Disposal Plant


Board of Health

Shuts Water Off;

Starts Again Mon.'

Just one moment and the water
will be back on.
Last week we reported in scream-
ing, howling headlines that the wa-
ter plant was now operating.
If you got your paper before about
10:00 Thursday morning, that state-
ment was true. If you received
your paper *after this time Thurs-1
day morning, this statement was!
false.
Why is this? First it's true and
then it's false.
Tuesday afternoon the plant was
turned on for operation, assured
.by the State Health Department
that they could operate even tho
the tests hadn't been completed
yet. The plant was turned on and
run until about 10:00 a.m. Thurs-
day, when word was received to
shut it off until all the tests could
be completed. (Women on the
board-always changing their pret-
ty minds).
And so, barring all heretofore
unforseen mishaps, the water will
AGAIN -be turned on Friday of this
x\ eek.

City Will Buy Play Ground
Material for Colored Park

Tuesday night, the City Commis-
sion agreed to buy several pieces
of playground equipment for the
city park in the colored section of
town. This park, along with a sec-
Lion of park in the white section
of .town was just recently com-
pleted by the city.
The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
has just spent $1,000.00 on equip-
ment for the city park and are now
awaiting its arrival. The City
thought that the colored park should
be equipped also at an early date
and voted to finance the job.

Guests of Fleishels
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Fleisbel who attended the gradua-
tion of their daughter, Miss Fay
Fleishel, Friday night, were Mrs.
Fleishel's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Whitten of 'Pensacola; Mrs.
S. Cheek -and daughter, Jo Helen
of Cross City and Mr. and Mrs. C.
B. Walker of 'Syracuse, N. Y.

Arrives From College
Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey, stu-
dent of Florida (Southern College
arrived home the latter part of the
week, accompanied by her mother,
and will spend the summer here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Ramsey.


Bids Come To More Than City Has

Available; Engineers Estimate Low

SThe City Commission received
37 Seniors Get bids Tuesday afternoon at 6:00 p.
m. in special session to rehabilitate
l! Ol-jmOsFrid-y; the sewage disposal plant and the
Diplomas ay; two sewage lift stations.
J The City had been advised by
Awards Presented the consulting engineers, Smith and
Gillespie of Jacksonville that the
Diplomas were awarded 37 sen- job would cost approximately $19-
iors at exercises held on the lawn 000.00. The city had this money
of the Port iSt. Joe High School, left over for this particular job
Friday evening. Speakers for the from the construction of the new
graduation were Honor Students, water treating plant.
Fay Fleishel, Margaret Denny, Only one bid was relieved. This
Janice Lanier, Linda Gayle Pyle, bid was from the J. W. Meadors
Evelyn Boyette, Ell a Frierson, Construction Co., of Jacksonville,
Debbie Mouchette, Patsy Wilder who have done the work on the
and Marietta Chafin. water plant. The Meadors bid ex-
Joe Adams, president of the Sen- ceeded the engineers proposal by
Joe Adams, president of the Sen- a re u M d b a l
ior Class, gave the Invocation and m $34,330.00. This was broken
sum of $34,330.00. This was broken-
the Benediction was given by Har- down to require $5,600. to repair
ry Lee Smith. Rotary Trophies were the lift stations; .$6,500 to repair
presented by Edwin Ramsey, presi- the disposal plant and $2,20 to
dent of the Rotary Club to Patsy provide a water supply at the dis-
Wilder and Walter Wilder. The posal plant
Woodmian of the World award went Meadors explained that the
to Robert Nedley and was present- great discrepancy in the two fig-
ed by. Rev. John T. Dudley. The re is engineers) was
ures (his and the engineers) was
Ame:.ican Legion award presented that it was impossible to tell to
by Mrs. Madeleine Whitaker and what extent repairs would need to
Dr. Edward Bartee went to Mari- e .
etta EaandBillyBurkett. be made until each piece of ma-
etta Chafin and Billy Burkett. chinery was torn down and inspect-
Principal LeRoy Bowdoin Pr'-' ed. iHe said that this could not be
sented the iScience award to Bob done and continue to handle sew-
Smith; Attendance award to Har- age in the process and that it would
ry Lee Smith for four years of per- be necessary to .tear down one ma-
fect attendance; Joe Adams and chine at a time, inspect and order
Patsy Wilder as Outstanding ,stu- parts for this machine, then put
dents; Frank Dennis and Patsy the machine back in working order
Wilder, most athletic; and Laura before proceeding. Meadors said
Sewell was awarded a medal for that the .time involved in working
the Most outstanding student, iike this would eat up the money.
Receiving honors were Boncile The Commission considered the
McCormick, Mary Harris, Bob proposal for a time and then threw
Smith, Barbara Jo Bond, Oarole the bid out because of the lack of
Mercer and Carolyn Brigman. Le- funds to pay for a project of this
Roy Bowdoin, principal of the size.
high -school, presented the class to Tuesday night, at the regular
Thomas Owens who presented the commission meeting, the City Dads
diplomas, again discussed the project and
The processional and recessional decided to get prices on the ma-
was played by the Port St. Joe High chinery needed to do the overhaul
School Band under the direction of job and try to do the work, hiring
Herman Dean, bandmaster. Mrs. an engineer and using city laoo:.
Thomas Alsobrook was pianist. Max W. Kilbourn, who has been
---- retained by the City on several
Returns To Base occasions to inspect city construe-
A-2C Douglas Williamson of ion .;obs, told the Commission that
Long Beach, Calif., returned to his he was certain that the city could
base' in Washington, D. C. Wed- overhaul the disposal plant in this
nesday, after spending his leave way and save considerable money
here with his grandmother, Mrs. C. and do just as good a job as a con-
L. Coker of 'Highland View. tractor could. "Also," said Kilbourn,
"you don't have to do the whole job
Guests of Parents all at one time if you run out of
Mrs. Harold Kirkland and chil- money".
dren of Acme, N. C., are the guests --- -----
of Mrs. Kirkland's parents, Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert King attend-
and Mrs. Stets Pridgeon of White ed the graduation ceremonies at
oity the University of Florida Monday.


lature's Accomplishments

County officials of Bay County to A bill was passed providing for Superintendent of Public Instruc-
recognize that Mexico Beach was Ithe use of a portion of the addi- tion by $600.00 per year to :bring
a part of their county and to agree tional race track moneys accruing the salary of this office in line
to provide adequate fire protec- to Gulf County for the two high with other County officials and al-
tion, police protection, pest control, I school bands in Gulf County for the so County Superintendents of coun-
better drainage facilities and more purchase of instruments, uniforms, ties of equivalent population to
road work in this area; also to pro- materials, supplies and transporta- Gulf County.
vide for school funds for the school tion for said High School bands. A The Legislature has been called
children educated in Gulf County bill was also passed providing for into extra-ordinary session for the


picnic tables and recreational fa- who live in the Mexico Beach area. the use of these additional race purpose of reapportioning the Sen-
cilities for tourists passing through The matters of a local nature track moneys to accrue to Gulf atorial districts of the State of
this area. affecting Gulf County which were County to :be used for lighting the Florida and the members of the
I introduced a bill to provide for passed by the legislature are as Port St. Joe High School football House based on population. I in-
the annexation of the Mexico Beach follows: field. tend to continue to fight to have
area to Gulf County and immediate- A Dead Lakes Commission was A local bill was passed providing only three counties in our Senator-
ly had this bill referred to the ,set up by statute for the purpose funds for the construction of a ial district, preferably Gulf, Frank-
Committee on County and Munici- of constructing a dam across the Health Clinic in both Port St. Joe lin and Calhoun since these coun-
pal Government, of which I was Dead Lakes to control the water and Wewahitchka and authorizing ties have very similar interests.
chairman. We approved this bill levels, the issuance of revenue certificates ---- -
favorably within three hours after A Port St. Joe Port Authority to be paid from moneys accruing to Guests From Louislanna
,-' it was introduced and it was placed was set up by the legislature with Gulf County from the race track On Thursday of last week, Mr.
Representative Costin ;,on the calendar of the House the power-s to acquire lands on St. funds. and Mrs. Ned Porter,had as their
----. next day. Because of legislative Joseph's point when the Federal A local bill was passed for the guests, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M.
We appropriated $550,000.00 to courtesy, it is a practical impossi- Government declares these lands benefit of the fishermen in Gulf Daspit of New Orleans, La.
provide Salk Vaccine to needy chil- ability to take a portion.of another surplus. I have been advised by County regarding the size of shrimp -- ----
dren and expectant mothers. County by a statutory Act. How- the Director of the Park System and authorizing the 'af-od 0 nir-r Arrives For Summer
We increased the school teachers' ever. I feel that we accomplished that it would be beneficial for this chants to transport or ship shrimpl) Robert Walters, student u: the
salaries by $200.00 annually and a lot for the people of.the Mexico Authority to acquire surplus lands of a certain size to any Sti ate or ter- University of Florida, arrived, n. m
voted an increase for class room ex- Beach area since this bill created near Cape San Blas so that State ritory beyond the limits of Florida. and will visit with his famn .
senses of $25.00 per teacher unit. quite a turmoil in Bay County. public funds could eventually be A bill was passed increasing the and Mrs. Bill Walters of UJk
We set up a permissive plan for The ultimate effect was to get the, expended to develop a park area. salary of the office of the County Grove.


NUMBER 45


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


TH.UR$DAY, JUNIE 0, 1966


S-.. Summer Play


Social Activities Program Set To

Personals Clubs Churches Get Under Way
Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Editor Dial 7-5461 The Summer Recreation Program
Sfor students of high school age will
get underway Monday, August 13
Coker-Herring Nuptials Held at 8:30 a.m. The high school gym-
nasium will be the recreation cen-
ter for this phase of the summer
program which is sponsored by the
county school board.
The program will be under the
direction of Coach Ray Sheppard.
A wide variety of recreational
activities will be offered those stu-
dents who avail themselves of this
opportunity to participate in a
wholesome organized program.
R A junior baseball league will be
formed to allow all interested'boys
n C Tof junior high school age and above
to play in league competition. It is
hoped that teams in the Highland
T iew, Kenney's. Mill, Oak Grove,
White City, Simmons' Bayou com-
Amunities will join with teams from
S. ...the city in forming a first class
league.
I. Representatives from these po-
tential teams are requested to be
present on the opening date to aid
in organizing the league.
All equipment other than field-
... er's gloves will be furnished.
5The playing time and playing
-" '.. ., dates will be determined at the or-
t*Eli ganizational meeting.
S. The following activities will be
incorporated in the program as the
Interest of students dictate: soft-
ball, horseshoes, checkers, domi-
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton L. Coker, city. oes, baseball darts, basketball,
of this city, announce the marriage The marriage vows were taken volley ball, badminton, touch foot-
of their daughter, Patsy to De- May 29, in the home of Rev. Frank ball, deck tennis, swimming, base-
Vaughn Herring, son of Mr. and E. Hewett, pastor of the First Me- ball, dancing, table tennis and lawn
Mrs. Richard Herring, also of this thodist Church in Pascagoula, Miss. tennis.
'The hours for this program will
Return From Georgia Arrive Here For Visit be 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 2:00
Rush Chism and son, Bill, re- Mrs. William Quarles, Jr., and p.m., to 5:00 p.m. The particulars
turned from Rome, Ga., last night young son of Newport News, Va., concerning the program will be
where they have been visiting with arrived the latter part of last week given the students who attend.
!and will visit here with her par- All students who will attend jun-
Gene Chism. They were acconpan- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kenney, ior high or senior high school thd
ied by Ronnie Chism, who will re- Jr., and with Mr. Quarles' parents, next school year are eligible to par-
main in Rome. Mr. and Mrs. William Quarles. ticipate and are urged to do so.
An interesting and enjoyable time
is anticipated by all parties con-

1 The elementary summer recrea-
tion program will get under way
Monday, June 13, at the Centennial
Building under .the direction of Mrs.
Margaret deVore and Miss Floye
O'Neal. This program will include
the first through the sixth grades.
A bus will run from Highland
BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:15 P.M. ,View andthe St. Joe Elementary
BO O FCE OaSchooleach morning before 8:23
FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:45 P.M All children of this age group are
FS7invited to come ou-t and have fun.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY Monday & Tuesday McFarland's Honored On
25th Wedding Anniversary
M-G-M "Mrs. Wesley Smith, Mrs. W:I
I LOVE-MAKING MUSICAL liam McFarland and Mrs. Bobby
1 n in Gibson were hostesses at a calling
ENikiCOPD su ,ower May 21 at the home of their
and par-as, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mc
UBLIIC 'iR Blushing COLOR Farand in Oak Grove. Mr. and
AREP1 ,-. Mrs. McFarland, honor guests, cel
.1 .ebrated their 25th wedding anni
.. versary.
Arrangements of fern and glad
ioli were used throughout the roomns
and a beautifully decorated cake
centered the table.
Calling *during the appointed
hours w e r e approximately 30
guests.
In the evening, from 8 to 10,a
chicken perleau supper was en
a, COLo joyedd on the lawn with approxi
ENR BR OOS_ mately 75 friends and relatives en
5= o 4At0o0i joyingg the affair.
III llI llllllllllllIIIIIIl !!ll ll0" ', Mr. and ,Mrs. McFarland receive(
ULmany lovely and useful gifts.

..,, y I NE P EI.HO KE l Salk Vaccine Shipment
.C..........A..MTURE .......... Due To Arrive Any Day
"TIIllllll!lllill! llIllllllllltllliillllllllll!P !!MIP T he second ship m ent of Salk vac
Wednesday & Thursday cine is expected momentarily a
__* first and second graders who rt
/*: AS GB.EX As iT ceived their first injection in Apri
GREA, GREAT CAS will be inoculated at a later name
o, :date.
o toi Suificient time will be allowed
for a1l parents to be notified t,
iooobring their children in to the Gul
County Health Department locate,
at 224 Sixth Street in Port S. Joi
The date of innoculations will b

]3 Z .-A1OjT lic address system.
A DR aves For Louisianna
I, J3 k John Sowers left by plane Mor
day for New Orleans and Winnfielc
WIJL Louisiana.
CASON NOVAK HO .DEN .


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I4ing, discomfort of
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Leaves for Camp Weed Spending Week Here '*-* r '4
Bert Munn, Jr., left Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Massey Ward and -
Camp Weed, Carrabelle, where he daughter, Miss Ann Ward are N >
will be a counselor. He was accom- spending this week at the Ward
panied by his parents, Mr. and House at Beacon Hill. The Wards,
Mrs. Bert Munn, Sr. former residents of St. Joe are
Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS. making their home in Mobile, Ala


THEATRE OPENS DAILY 3:00P. M. SATURDAY 1:00P.M.
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Model 17T21. 17-inch Table Model Pacer. Deep.
toned cordovan brown finish. Compact-only 17%
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-- FEATURE No. I -
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lowpr iced cars
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,n V-8 power... Of all the low-priced V-8's, only
Ford's Y-block V-8 has an extra-deep engine block
\ to give you smoother, quieter, longer-lasting
, "GO"! New Trigger-Torque power obeys your
commands instantly, reassuringly.


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years-ahead looks ... Only Ford brings you
the years-ahead beauty of Thunderlird styling.
The lower roof line, longer body line and flatter
rear deck all say "fine car." And interiors feature
new fabrics appearing for the first time in any car.


Sin smoother going ... No matter where you go,
l- Ford's advanced f.rm of Ball-Joint Front Sus-
pension smooths your way. Springs have been
tilted to smooth out the bumps from the front as
well as up and down for a new Angle-Poised ride.

'Sells more because it's wort
Sells more because it's wort)


in modern power assists .. You can have
your Ford as automatic as you want... at a price
you want to pay. Power can help you shift, steer,
stop move windows and seat both up and down
... even condition the air you breathe.

in choice of models ... No other car offers you
so many models to choose from. And in station
wagon choice-whether you prefer 2 doors or 4 ...
seats for 6 or 8--Ford has a best-seller beauty
to suit your needs.

and in resale Value Ford has traditionally
returned a higher portion of its original cost at
resale than any other car in its field. Why not get
the whole story at your Ford Dealer's. You'll
never want to settle for less than Ford.

the new

h more... best
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* THE BTAR, PORT 6T, JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1986
* ai~i -SiW ajItO' vif wW.B _f*---A i-7 -3i-~e."!*H a^ p-atifigBiiil lgI a~~t


LATE
10 CLASSIFY
BY RUSSELL KAY

My hat is off to Greater Orlando
and its enterprising Chamber of
: Commerce for their novel plan of
attracting summer tourist business.
Orlando is actually offering "Va-
cations with pay"-and visitors
who take advantage of it can save
upto $100 on their vacation ex-
pense.
I've neve rhad much faith in these
something for nothing" offers and
.y first reaction was, "What's the
"ct ch .b"


Game Commission
Will Meet To Set
Rules, Regulations

TALLAHASSEE Announce-
ment of two formal meetings of
the Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission was made this week
by A. D. Aldrich, director.
The Commission's annual budget
meeting has been scheduled for
10:00 a.m., Jun e16-17 at TTallahas-
see.
Another meeting will be held
July 18-19 to set the hunting rules
and regulations for the fall hunting
season. Exact site and hour of the


B ut there isn't any "catch". it meeting wi lbe announced aL at
is Uuna fide offer made possible later date.
h c o of e The Commission is also expected
thrjghl the, co-operation of enter-
to h k` a reorganizational meetmg
.. uprising folks who invite you to visit a reorganization meet
nthe g 'C L utiful andv ofi erro u e in the near future, Aldrich s.a.r-
*.- a rth il *i u c The Commission, as recently ap-
and worthwhile induce-
Oiets. -proved by the Florida State Legi-
lature, is composed of Foracd F,
From the Greater Orlando Cham- Hama City; Talmadge_
Holland, Panama City; Talmadge
her of Commerce the visitor re-
ceives a travel kit with detachable Hart, Wauchu G o. a ,,,G n,
T~np itv T 'Rq~,. Catrll.Oan,


A coupons good for some type of
merchandise, service or admission.
They include credit for lodging at
first class hotels and motels. It is
a sort of family plan as offered by
railroads and airlines. You spend
three nights, pay for two and your
coupon pays-for the third night
"for free."
Rent a Hertz Drive-it-Yourself
car for three days an dyour coupon
takes case of the third day-you
only pay for two. If you want to go
fishgingyou havs yuY cholce- o f a
number of fishing famps and your
coupon is good for a free boat.
If the wife'likes to shop she will
find that if she spends two dollars
she has a coupon good for an ad-
ditional dollar in merchandise in
certain Orlando stores.
iSince Orlando is an ideal central
point from which to -see many of
Florida's outstanding attractions,
the Chamber of Commerce has made
arrangement for free admission to
a number of these, with a separate
coupon awaiting your use in each
travel kit.
Ionu can visit iSilver Springs, for
example, and you will find that
:your travel kit contains coupons
-good for free admission to such
attractions as the glass bottom boat
ri'de, jungle cruise, Ross Allen's
Reptile Institute, ,Seminole Indian
Village, Tommy Bartlett's Deer
Ranch and the 'Carriage Cavalcade.
Another coupon is good for a free
swim in famed Silver Springs.
Other equally interesting attrac-
'by cooperating in
th pay" plan are
Gardens with its
ki shows; Rainbow
underwater fairy-
Vachee Springs and
p aderwater ballet; San
vrriugs, a central Florida
.9ot;:the Great Masterpiece
ca LakeWale& and the Sea Zoo at
SDaytoni Beach. Admission 'to all
lof thea wonderful attractions is
Free w.-h no strings .i:5,led. Just
rspuyuoW coupon and you are
Under this novel plan a visitor
l can spend a few days in Orlando
bths Aummer, any time between
i June ;1 and Aug. 31 and have a
good .percentage of his vacation
cost taken care of htrough the use
Orlando folks \-ren't crazy. They
are sanrt. They k-pw that once a
visitor; spends a ftw days with
them he will find the experience so
'yabl he'll be b ck again and
,---*------------
Leaves For Rome-
aRonnie Chism left Sunday, ac-
Companied by his father, Rush1
Chism a,;.f fate e --ill," for Rome,
Ga., where he has accepted a posi-
tion in a paper mill. He will make
his residencee with his brother,
r -ene ;Chism, who is employed by
the same company.


iOtyB. vracKu aie.
chobee; and Don Southwell, Or
mond Beach.
The praying mantis often preys
on its own species.


AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
U. S. NO. 1
JUICY ORANGES dozen 29c
1 Lb. Cello Bags
YELLOW CARROTS 2 bags 15c


Home Grown
FRESH SQUASH


With $5.00 Order
SUGAR


5 lbs. 39c


KRAFT
MAYONNAISE 3 pts. $1.00


Home Grown Large
TOMATOES Ig. basket 30c


PENNY'S
DOG FOOD


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WATERMELONS each 50 C
Iceberg
Firm Head LETTUCE 10c
Home Grown
FRESH TOMATOES pound 10c
Home Grown
-ljTTER BEANS pound 10c


4 EARS


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10 LBS.

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Fla. Grade "A" Large-Best Eggs Money Can Buy


3 for 25c


SHORTENING
CRISCO or FLUFFO 3 lb. can 79c
MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE pound 75 c


California Sunkist
IUICY LEMONS


With $10.00 Grocery Order


Double Your Money Back Guarantee


PICKLING bushel
CUCUMBERS $1.00


dozen 15c


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. in Marc.V Lee's soft
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tiny self buttons. Crease-
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s'ool blue, rose, or gold.
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$12.95

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FRIDAY FAMILY NIGHT
FROM 5 TO 9 P.M. ONLY

Non-Fattening
Diet Rite Cola can 8c
Fresh
PEAS lb. 10c
Fresh
BUTTER BEANS 10c
Old Fashioned- With $5.00 Order
BREAD loaf lOc
Limit 2 Loaves
Session's No. 10 Jar
Cooking Oil $1.29
Large 20 Oz. Jar
APPLE JELLY 19c


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MgMe RT MAN


i" Highland View Circles Youth Service Set
i irst Meet For Business For Saturday Night

Circles I and 2 of the Woman's There will be a special "Youth
I Missionary Union of the Highland Service" at the Highland View Bap-
View Baptist Church met on Mon- tist Church Saturday night, June
day afternoon at the church for the l11 at 7:30 p.m. according to an-
:cgular monthly business meeting nouncement made by the pastor,
with nine members present. L. F. Adams.
The meeting opened with the The service will be evangelistic
hymn, "I Love To Tell The Story". in nature and will consist of con-
Mrs. Homer Echols. president of gregational hymn singing, special
the group, read scripture taken quartet numbers and an illustrated
from 1 Tim. 6:1-12. sermon, with the speaker using the
Mrs. B. 0. Garrett led the prayer., chalk board. One interesting fea-
Mrs. Ted Richards called the roll ture will be a Bible quiz, which
and read the minutes. Reports from will be conducted similar to a radio
all committees were given. Mrs. E. quiz show, and the participants will
R. DiBose, young people's director, be volunteers from the audience. A
gave a report that in the recogni- prize will be given to the contestant
tion services at Panama City, five answering the greatest number of
G. A. girls from the church passed questions.
steps. Although this service will be de-
it was announced that the next signed especially for teen-agers and
circle meeting would be held with under, it will be open to parents.
both circles meeting for the study !also, and the public is extended a
of the book, "Soul Winning in cordial invitation to attend. There
Your Community". is no charge and no offering will be
taken.


Highland View Church $10,800 In S,;:
Starts Bible School Collected By Gu r


Saturday morning at 8:00 am.


Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m..
children and workers will gather
a'. Highland iVew Baptist Church
for the Vacation Bible School
"Preparation Day" program.
This will consist of registration
of students, assignment of workers.
adn distribution of materials. And
at 9:30 the whole group will load
into automobiles and trucks and
have a parade to conclude the prep-
aration day activities.
The school is scheduled to run
June 13 through 24. Mrs. E. R. Du-
Bose is principal.
---(-----
HIGHLAND VIEW CHURCH
TO START BIBLE SCHOOL
Everyone is urged to be present
at 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning for
preparation day for the Daily Va-
cation Bible School to begin Mon-
day, June 13 at the Highland View
Baptist Church.
If yo uare not planning to attend
another school, you are cordially
invited to attend this school.


Advertising Doesn't Cost it PAYS. cottage at iSt. Joe Beach.
wyii~ws^SRgswKa^sEa^ M^ iiwai^ *


COOLER-


Install an

AIR CONDITIONER
You can really dial the weather you want when
you let me air-condition your life! Old Sol can fry
the outdoors but I'll keep your bedroom or your
whole house at just the climate you want for easy
sleeping peppy, relaxed living.
Look into this Air Conditioning thing TODAY.
There are a wide variety of models and several
sizes, so consult your dealer before you have, the
unit installed. Remember that the proper unit, prop.
erly installed, can give your summer to you to
REALLY ENJOY not just to live through.


P.S. CiiH ,( YOUR WIRING OR CONSULT YOUR
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR BEFORE INSTALLING.

R. E. PORTER, Manager
P'i *, P__ g ..


MILTON JONES


8B U ^y wi


-...--. Song Leader


. Evangelist


. Song Leader


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cooler in summer-warmer in
winter. We blow Fibergla*s
Insulation into the walls from
outside. No fuss or muss. CaW
us for free estimate. -
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2324 3rd St., Panama City
PHONE PO 3-2432

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HERE AGAIN LADIES!
Rayon Tricot
'PANTIES

3 for $ 1.00O
Sizes 5, 6 and 7. Repeat
of a sellout.


LADIES' DRESSES.
Beautiful Assortment of Newest
Styles In Cool Summer Cottons
$579ea.or2for$116
Stock up now for the long hot
season ahead. Jr.'s, Missy and-
half sizes.

Final Close-Out Ladies Skirts
$2.79 each
Values to $3.95
Washable summer fashions.
Sizes 22 to 30.


LADIES' SHO

$S1.00 p,

Assorted styles and colors^
Many fabrks.


20"x40" Double Thread
TOWELS --

2for.97c

A Lighter Weight Towel

3 for $1.002

Fluffy Soft BATH CLOTHS


7 for $1.00
Regular 19c Value

MEN'S

TEE SHIRTS-

2 for $1.00
All white. Reinforced neck
for longer wear. S. M. L.
69c VALUE

MEN'S

LUG SOLE SHOES

54.95 pr.
These same shoes have sold for
$9.95 a pair. Tough rubber lug
soles. Genuine le>+h-
Broken sizes.


BOY'S
Sport Sox
3 PAIRS
$1.00
Buy these famous
values while they
last. Fancy stripes
and patterns, .


Specf-T rch.-
N umbers of styles
to bring you both
style a.nd quality
at a-
r


1 Group White
Clutch Bags $1.00


ea.


USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN

SHEERS NYLONS
3 yards $1.00 2 yards $1.69
Lawns, Dimnity's, Batiste .
FIRST QUALITY fabric in lov-
liest summer shades and pat- Solids and prints. Full 39" wide
terns. Regular $1.19 yd. quality.
The unconditionally guaranteed
FOXCroft SHEETS sheet. Guaranteed for 100 wash-
ings or 4 years service.
63x99, 2 for $3.00 81x99, each, $1.89
, D PILLOW CASES 2 for 97c


Ladies and Children's SANDALS
Sizes 5/2 to 3. and 4 to 10.
White and Colors.


pair A1


Ladies and Girl's BLOUSES each $
Sleeveless. Many styles and colors. S
Sizes 7 to 14 and 32 to 38.


DIAPER
SHIRTS
With plastic lined
in cellophane.


ea .Wr
panties. Wrapped


Cotton ea. S1 '0
PLAY SUITS
Sizes 9 to 18 months, 12 to 18 months
and 1 to 3 years. Some plise, some
broadcloth. Many styles. For boys
and girls.


SHORTS, SHORT &
HALTER SETS ea.


For .boys and for girls. Several dif-
ferent fabrics. Wide range of colors
and styles.


ME
HANN


97c
CHEAP
THE DO0
Full siz
stitched.


N'S
KYS
)oz.
ER BY
ZEN.
e hem-


BOY'S
SHIRTS
Values to $1.95 ea
99c ea.
Sizes 4 to 16. Cot-
ton plisse and ny-
lon. Wide selec-
tion of colors.
STOCK UP NOW


BOY'S
Tee Shirts
2 for $LO1
Fine cotto'.I shirt
in white and soil
colors. Cool an i
comfortable. C
M. L.


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"Leading Lady". Newest
summer shades.

LADIES' PURSES

$1.88 and $2.88

Plastic, leathers, nylons
and perky beaded pat-
terns. All colors, all sizes.
All Shapes.


mLED RE1'-'71A!


JOHN HOWELL Evangelist


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Long Avenue -"huPtist Cihurch


(Meeting in High School Auditorium)


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According.ifo information releas-
ed by Ray '< .,-an, iState Comp-
troller, Sales Tak collections re'-
ceived by his office during- the
month of May totaled $6,898,961.60.
This is over a million dollars more
than was turned in for the same
month of 1954, and brings the total
for the first eleven months of the
present fiscal year up to $68,224,-
906.45.
Sales Tax payments .-received
from dealer-'ifTuT'in:
May amounted to $10,8084. -

Relatives Attend Graduation
Out-of-town guests who tended
the graduation of Bob ,Smitj.wei'e
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sm, '
Mrs. J. M. ISmith of Bay ilnetl -
Ala., Mr. 'and Mrs. Lambert imil :h
of Tuscaloosa and Mr. -nd Mrs.
James Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Guy
McPhaul of Dothan. While here
they were guests of Mr. and Mrs:
John Robert ISmith at their -beach


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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY


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GA. GRADE "A"
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U. S. GOOD HEAVY BEEF

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3 CANS FOR


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BLEACH
CLOROX


quart bottle 18c


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4 ears 19c


Ib. 15c


.. T~T. 5b GROWN
RIPE TOMATOES


lb. 15c


FRESH


McKenzie's
FROZEN OKRA 2pkgs.45c
Whole Sun
ORANGE JUICE 2 for 25c
McKenzie's
TURNIPS and COLLARDS 2 for 35C
Fresh
FROZEN COCOANUT 39c

Dairy Features
KRAFT
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SUNGOLD


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Star Classified Ads Bring Quick Resuts NEWS FROM


WOMEN A ND WHI-'LS

Your Trarvel Varno e

Should Mee-t Specific Weeds
By Mary Lou Chapman
One of the pleasant things about traveling by automobile ;c that
you can dress as you pl-a-c on roLute.
As for what to tii-ck, the weather you enc-.p- ter on the way andc
the places you stay overnx''Sht should guide you. If you step at a


large hotel you may need more
formal clothes: if you choose a
handy motel, casual clothes will
be fine.


We have


found the best way
to plan your
Spacing is this
way Con-


A tailored suit will take -.u
anywhere, in the city and i, th'
county as well. This coi.'Jc b'
tweed or one of the light wcx ;
"wonder" fabr'.'s dependin,-
upon the season
A few washable blouses thd
(]r T dP t b ihp


i t oder what U '... I- ee.. uc inron.....: ..
y ou expect 1, sweater or two, and some
"'* 'b, dfinp. Now, scarves will complete the suit
S i o)y r if od's outfit for any occasion. If ou
e -ye, i"es.s for wish a little more varic'.- a
each occasion basic sheath dress is also unfdul.
from the .s- Choo..se it to go with your color
.t. f sentials right scheme, and use some oe the
on up to the scarves and sweaters with it.
Miss Chapman final item. Try Costume jewelry lends a bright
to picture the complete o''.tfit. note to these basic outfits.
This way you'll be sure not to Add Special Items
forget anything. Now add the specific items for
For example, you may be go- your particular trip--riding
ing swimming. Nt only will you 'clothes for your'mountain vaca-
need a bathing suit, but also a tion or bathing suit if you are
cap, beach robe and beach slip- bound for the beach.
pers. You might want to acquire Other good traveling com-
a sun tan too, so you may add panions would include a long
sun ta-a lotion and a beach hat. dark robe, bedroom sliprers
sufficient pajamas, slips a nd
A Basic Wardrobe underwear of fabrics that r eed
Here .is a suggested basic little .r no ironing.
wardrobe for the x, --; n travel- Add an all-weather coat, a
ing by car. First, decide upon packable hat, washable gloves,
a basic color scheme. Try to keep and you're ready to go.
accessories such as shoes and *
purse down to one or two colors, (Fashion writer, artist, and TV
so that you can wear them with personality, Miss Chapman is; a
,everything. By the way. a-large native of Detroit and has spent
,purse is wonderful for carrying the last several years working
all the things you need on your with c ,tomiubile stylists, dcisign-
travels and for any possible ers andl engineers at Chrysler
quick shopping. C('oirporation.)


row Shoots, Mrs. Minnie Gay, Miss Keep Check Your
Gypsie Love, Mrs. Joe Burns,. Miss K eep C 0 our
Annie Lou Burns, Mrs. Allen Nor- Social Security Account
ris, -Mrs. Young, Mrs. WV. B. Dykes
and Miss Boncile Dykes.
Honored With Party "Centerville Iron Works!"
lrs. Tom Aultman, Sunday school "Hello. This is Fred Snider. May-
teacher of the Oak Grove Assem- be you wouldn't remember me but
So God Church gae her pri I worked in the shop there a cou-
y of God Church gve her ptiI ple of years ago, before I went into
mary girls an ice cream party the Navy.
Tuesday at waysidee Park. Severalthe avy.
games were played then refresh- I wonder if you could do me a
favor. I've lost my social security
ments of cake and ice cream were
nents of cake and ice, cream were card, and I need it right away for
served to the following guests: a new job. Would you. mind look-'
Barbara Young, Linda Webb, Bren- up y social security number
da Fitts, Sharon Wilson, Karen ing up my social security number
Sriplin, Diana Dykes, Marilyn in your books, and giving it to
SLripling, Diana Dykes, Marilynme?"
Knight, Jerry Hill, Sara Norris and The office girl wasn't busy, an
Polly Sue Gentry. Mrs. Dennis Nor- it took her only a few minutes to
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Honored With Shower
A calling bridal shower wa held
Thursday evening from G:30 to 9:30
at the home of Mrs. Jessie Ander-
son. In the honor of Mrs. 3Ionare
Darby (Glenda Wilson). Refresh-
ments of cokes and cookies were
served to the ones that called:
Mrs. Bob Tanner, Mrs. Toby Wor-
ley, Mrs. Everette McFarland, Mrs.
Connie Gay, Mrs. Tommy Webb,
irs. Bill Love, Mrs. Donnie 0'-
Brian, Mrs. Lil-a Tubberville, Mrs.
Bill Payne, Miss Helen Norris,
I Mrs. Bill Graves, Mrs. Joel Lovett,
Mrs. Nelson Gardner, Mrs. Lloyd
, Riley, Mrs. Gene Ernest, Mr.s. Cur-
tis Gwaltney, Mrs. Buck Dormany,
M ss Carol Young, Mrs. Wade Neel,
Mrs. Grady O'Brian and Miss La-
fore. Those sending gifts were:
Mrs. McCoy, Mrs. Pete Peterson,
Mrs. Ray Jolly,, Mrs. Lightfoot,
Mrs. Pelham Revells, Mrs. Wood-


locate the ctnpany's old payroll
book. There it was-Frederick Sni-
der, standing in the timekeeper's
office at the plant where he had
just been hired, copied it down
carefully and handed the slip of
paper to his new boss.
That was in June 1947.
Eight years later a red-eyed wo-
man in her early thirties sat in the
Centerville social security office
shaking her head dazedly. A two-
year-old boy was on her lap, and a
live-year-old girl stood shyly beside
her.
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see if we can't get it straightened
out. It may delay the social secur-
ity benefits for you and the chil-
dren, 'but I think we'll be able to
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through Friday from 8 a.m. to
4:30 p.m.

To Arrive For Visit,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everly and
sons, Michael and Tommy of In-
dianapolis, Indiana are expected to
arrive the latter part of this "-i .
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Nd S3,
Porter. They will spend somekimene
at one of the McNeil. cottage's at
Lagoon Beach.


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Meet the champ! The new Chev-
rolet "Turbo-Fire V8" the
most modern V8 on the road today.
Here's what happened-

Daytona Bea.ch. NASCAR Ac-
celeration Tests Over Measured Mile
From Standing Start. Chevrolet cap-
tured the 4 top positions in its class!
8 of the first 11! And on a time basis
Chevrolet beat every high-priced car,
too-but one! But wailt!-this is just
the beginning!




Way, way ahead!


Daytona Beach. NASCAR
Straightaway Running. Open to cars
delivered in Florida for $2,500 or
less. Chevrolet captured the first two
places, 7 out of the first 11 places!
Daytona Beach. NASCAR 2-Way
Straightaway Running Over Meas-
ured Mile. Open to cars from 250
to 299 cu. in. displacement. Chev-
rolet captured 3 of the first 5 places!
Columbia, S. C. NASCAR 100-
Mile Race on half-mile track. Very
tight turns. Chevrolet finished first!


Fayetteville, N. C. NASCAR Late
Model Event. Chevrolet again fin-
ished first. Because of even tighter
turns the driver chose to run the en-
tire 150 laps in second gear! Yet no
overheating or pit stops!

These facts you can't laugh off.
Sales leader. Road leader. A crown-
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General Motors. Try a Chevrolet ...
and live in a land of going-away
where you win all the arguments!
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Mrs. Spann and son, Arnold of
DeFuniak Springs were the ,Sun-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Ard.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy and
daughter, Evelyn motored to Talla-
hassee Sunday on 'business.
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley and
children are spending several days
in Milton visiting with friends and
relatives.


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Willie Lee of Apalachicola is
spending a week visiting with her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jason
Dykes.
Mrs. Gene Ernest of Panama
City spent several days with her
mother, Mrs. Minnie Gay.
Mrs. Ray of Altha spent Monday
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
Ray.
We are sorry to say that Bob
Tanner is a patient at the Munici-
pal Hospital and his many friends
wish him a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns and
children 'are spending several days
in Tennessee visiting with friends
and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. ,Sonny Anderson
are announcing the birth of a
daughter, born on June 3. The lit-
tle lady has been named Cathy
Diana.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Curlee and
children spent the week end in
Altha visiting with friends and rel-
atives.
Miss Evelyn Crutchfield of Boni-
fay is spending a week with her
sister and brother-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. H. D. Levins.










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Sl uat,4 the printed word remains.


SOME LESSONS FROM 1945
Ten years ago this week, when the Legis-
lature opened an extraordinary session for re-
apportionment of the Senate it made some pro-
qedural and tactical mistakes which kept it in
session 53 days.
A recollection of those mistakes may help
to avoid another protracted session this year.
The 1954 Legislature divided itself up into
clues. They held secret caucuses, obstensibly
to prepare strategy, but it eventually became
apparent the caucuses were devoting more time
to keeping weakening members from breaking
personal commitments than to the study of re-


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apportionment. When the caucuses finally were i
thrown open to reveal dissension in the the b
ranks of both factions it didn't take long to reach "
agreement. t
Much of the 53 days was consumed with
a series of three-day recesses. Neither house
may adjourn for more than three days without
the consent of the other, so they took turns in i
recessing for 72 hours at a time. The legislative i
expense went on but nothing was being done
toward solution of the problem.
There were endless debates on technical
points of constitutional interpretation which led
the Legislature and the public down sidepaths
and away from the main issue.
In the end, the secret commitments were
broken as they must be this time if they are
entered. In the breaking, some who held to
their pledges longest were left in the lurch.
They lost their seats while others who broke
early retained theirs. Some of the newcomers
might ask some of the old-timers the names of
those who broke their promises the last time-
then ponder whether they want to trust them
to stick by pledges now.
So from those lessons of 1945, the legisla-
tors should determine to keep their delibera-
tions in the open, stay at the job, avoid entang-
ling commitments that are sure to embarrass
them, and keep their eyes and their debate fo-
cused on the main point at issue.
If they do, it shouldn't take reasonable men
many days to arrive at an agreement.
The Tallahassee Democrat


in Thomasville Monday. 'p.m. with 16 members present.
UMr. and Mrs. Robert Danillo Tue G. A.'s me with their leader
WHITE CITY NEWS left Tuesday for Pensacola to visit Mrs. S. C. Pridgeon at her home
by MRS. GEORGE HARPER with Mr. Daniel's bother who un- Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m
derwent surgery in Sacred Heart A round table discussion on mis-
Hospital Wednesday. .ions was held at the home of Mrs,
B. A. Pridgeon, Jr., is spending The WMU met at the Baptist Sam Edwards at Camp Nellie Wed
this week with his parents, Mr. Mission Church Monday. The meet- nesday morning at 9:30 with Mrs.
and Mrs. B. A. Pridgeon while ing was opened by singing "When James Horton in charge of the
awaiting the summer session of' ISurvey The Wonarous. Cross". study.
AuburnUniversity to open in Au- Rev, C. Byron Smith read the scrip- "Smitty" Smitl, son of Mr and
urn, Ala. ture, Proverbs 31, "The Virtues of 'Mrs. R. L. Smith is at his home
Saturday afternoon, Rev. and A Woman". Installation of new of- suffering from a sprained ankle
Mrs. Markham visited Mrs. Carter ficers was led by Rev. Smith. Re- which he received when jumping
Ward who is a patient in the Bay ports were given by Mrs. Henry over a fence. His friends wi.sa him
Memorial Hospital in Panama City. Sewell, sec.-treas., which was fol a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edwards spent lowed by Mrs. James Horton ro- 'Friends of Mrs. Carter Ward will
several days in Georgia last week porting on missions, be glad to learn that she is home
visiting Mrs. Edwara's mother, The Sunbeams met at the church from Bay Memorial Hospital in
Mrs. J. P. Woodard in Moultrie. with their leaders Mrs. J. H. Chain Panama City after a successful op-
While awaiting a medical check-up and Mrs. Johnny Walker at 3:00 eration that has restored the sight


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STARTS MONDAY, JUNE 13


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blind since Easter according to BUSINESS MEETING JUNE 14
Mrs. Walter Stafford, her daughter. Next Tuesday night, June 14 is
Mr. and Mrs. Skeeter Clark were the slated meeting of the OE'S. All
the guests of his and her parents, officers and members are urged to
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Sasser and Mr. be present to make plans for the
and Mrs. J. A. Clark of Cairo, Ga. official visit on July 26.
Billy Shirah spent the week end
n Dothan, Ala., visiting his grand- OES SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. New- TO BE HELD ON JUNE 11
ton. The Order of Eastern Star school
Mrs. Bill Beauchamp left Thurs- of instruction for District 3 will
day fo rtS. Louis, Mo., to visit be held in the Masonic hall Satur-
relatives for several days. day, June 11. Gulf Chapter 191 will
4,- -- be hostess. Mrs. Onnie Greer, grand
Top Livestock Feed instructor urges all officers to be
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St. James Men To
Entertain Visitorl

The Layman's League of St.
James Episcopal Church will enter-
tain Dr. Calvin J. Billman, Ph.D. at
a -breakfast to be held in the Parish
House on Sunday, June 12, at 8:30
a.m. After the breakfast Dr. Bill-
man will present the story of
American religious tolerance.
Dr. Billman is one of the emi-
nent members of the history de-
partment of Florida State Univer
sity and an important figure in his-
torical circles throughout the South.
He received his doctorate from Tu-
lane University with the highest
honors in scholarship and is an of*
quoted authority on inter-American
affairs.
During the recent war, Dr. Bill-
man served as an officer of para-
troops and was involved in battle
jumps on many occasions. He serv-
ed in the European theatre and be-
tween combat activity was able to
delve into some first hand history.
iSt. James Church would like to
share Dr. Billman's message with
all and to this end the Layman's
League advise that their breakfast
meeting is open to any who wish
to attend.

Luncheon Highlights

Episcopal Meeting

A luncheon meeting at the Parish
House Monday featured the monthly
business of The Woman's Auxiliary
of St. James' Episcopal Church.
Mrs. J--C. Arbogast, president,
presided. Mrs. Thomas Miller pre-
sented the devotional and prayer.
.Reports from committees were giv-
en by the chairmen. Plans for the
summer months were discussed
and planned.
Mrs.' Robert Bellows, Jr., had
charge of the tables.
Those attending the meeting
were Mrs. Walter Starnes, Mrs.
Thomas Miller, Mrs. Thomas Ow-
ens, Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., Mrs.
J. C. Arbogast, Mrs. N. Comforter,
Mrs. Otto Anderson and Mrs. Rob-
ert Bellows.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


"Pasqua Florida" Receives
More Literary Honors

"Pasqua Florida", meaning "The
Feast of Flowers" by Mrs. Louise
M. Porter of this city, was honored
by Columbus, Georgia's Woman's
Club in a luncheon meeting of the
club, recently. During the program
Mrs. Porter's poems were read.
A critic has written of Mrs. Por-
ter's book, "The 16 individual poems
in this collection rival one another
for the selection of one that stands
out". "The entire collection is ar-
tistically refreshing, a new approach
to the beauty and history and heri-
tage of a land."
Mrs. Porter has been notified by
the Library of Congress that she
as well as her book of-Florida his-
torical poems, "Pasqua Florida"
have been indexed in the Nationla
Archives. She has also been noti-
fied by Dorrance and Company, the
publishers, that Pasqua Florida
has been given honorable mention
in "Wings", a national quarterly of
verse.
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Guests of Sowers
Mrs. Bama Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Wilson and children, Susie and
Stuart of CrestvieW were week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs.' John Sow-
ers.

Returns From Tallahassee
Miss Mary Ann MoFarland has
returned from Tallahassee with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Everett
McFarland. Miss McFarland was
recently graduated from Florida
State University and received her
Bachelor of Science degree during
exercises at the University, -Mon-
day, May 30. She will spend the
summer here with her parents.

Attend Graduation
Mr. and Mrs. Everett McFarland,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McFarland, Mrs.
Wesley Smith and Patrick McFar-
land attended the graduation exer-
cises of Florida State University,
Monday, in which Miss Mary Ann
McFarland was a graduate.

Attends Graduation
Mrs. B. H. Dickens, Sr., attended
the graduation ceremonies of her
son, Benjamin 'H. Dickens, Jr.,
from the University of Florida Law
School, Monday in Gainesville.

Visiting Son
Mr. 'and Mrs. Lee Mercer are in
Gainesville visiting with their son,
Lloyd who is attending school
there.

BEACON BAPTIST CHURCH
WILL START REVIVAL
The Beacon Baptist Church will
hold revival .services beginning on
Sunday, June 1 2and continuing
through Sunday, June 19.
Services will be held each night
at 8:00 p.m. with the Rev. Albert
Elvans, Jr., as the evangelist.


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WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
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800 p.m., American Legion Home.

MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
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Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. W. L.
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Highland View
By MARTHA RAY

Mrs. George Ramsey and Mrs.
Johnson entertained Mrs. Catherine
Douglas with a stork shower June
Those attending were Mrs.
Paul, Mrs. Carlos Miles, Mrs. E.
G. trange, Mrs. B. F. Cannington,
Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Graham, Mrs.
Peterson, Mrs. B A. Peters, Mrs.
Gwen Hatfield and Mrs. Thomas.
Those sending gifts but unable to
attend were, Mrs. Enfinger, Mrs.
Bub Williamson, Mrs. Graves, Mrs.
L. H. Kelly, Mrs. Madelyn Smith,
Mrs. Jones and Miss Marry and
Ranza Cox. -Refreshments were
served.
Miss Barbara Brown left Thurs-
day for Palatka where she is spend-
ing a few days with her grand-
mother.
Mrs. H. B. Williams and daugh-
ters, Linda and Lenora of Fort
White, are visiting their mother
and father, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Kelly.
Mrs. Thelma Rhames and daugh-
ters Faye, Kathie and Marie are
visiting her son, Amos Rhames of
Greensboro, North Carolina.
Miss Mary Cox of Southeastern
Bible School, Birmingham, Ala., is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Coxn


Highland View WSCS
Meets At Church
4t
The Highland View Woman's So-
ciety of Christian Service met at
the church on Monday evening at
8:00 p.m. Mrs. W. H. Weeks called
the meeting to order. The group
sang, "Jesus Calls Us". The busi-
ness session followed. Mrs. W. H.
Weeks suggested reading the Ala-
bama Christian Advocate. The group
sang, "We've A Story To Tell".
Mrs. A. B. Pratt presented a very
interesting program emphasizing,
"Our Purpose" and the emblem of
the Woman's Society of Christian
Service throughout the world. The
central figure of the emblem be-
ing the Cross. Mrs. Pratt reminded
the group of the importance of
keeping "Our purpose prayer ever
present in our. minds." The scrip-
ture lesson was taken from Mat.
28:16-20; John 21:15-19; and read
by Mrs. Katherine Brown.
The group sang, "A Charge To
Keep". The meeting closed with
prayer by Mrs. W. W. Garrett.


HOSPITAL

NEWS

Mrs. Rush Chism of Garrison
Avenue, is a patient in the Munici-
pal Hospital.


They're all true-all the wonderful things
you hear about Pontiac's great performance.
The way it sweeps uphill or down with the
same effortless ease. The tremendous burst
of passing power that answers the nudge of
your toe. The thought-quick response in stop-
and-go traffic that makes-the car seem part
of you. The smooth, quiet way it goes about
its business however hard or far you drive.
Lift the hood of a Pontiac and you'll be face
to face with the reason. That compact power
plant nested there may look much like other
V-8's-but that's where your eyes deceive you!
The Strato-Streak V-8 is in a class all by
itself-filled with engineering "firsts" that
make it the mightiest engine ever to appear


Hospital. Roy'Cdle Garrett. on June Sin thie : Brein H i"
Mr.-and Mrs. Roy Crary Garrett Municipal Hospital. Dairy beifers. shouldno.lCi' bred
I before they are 165 to 18 months of
are announcing the birth of a. son, -- age. ~ i
a.ge, [


all t'nese6'


There will be a Gospel Team J. C. Culpepper is a patient in
from Southeastern Bible College at the Municipal Hospital.
the Highland View Baptist Church, Charles (Spears, who suffered
June 19 at 8:00 p.m. The team burns from an accident Tuesday
consists of Leorn Gillespie, regis- while at work, is reported, doing
trar of the college; Miss Joanna nicely
Layman of Chicago, Ill, Miss Vir- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkie of Gar-
gmnia Chesson of Lutz, Fla., Charles rison Avenue 'are announcing the
Smith of Montgomery, Ala., and birth of a son, William Yates, June
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4 in the Municipal Hospital.


COMFORTER
Funeral Home

601 Long Avent



Oxygen Equipped
Ambulance


Mr. and Mrs. James C. Little of
Highland View ard announcing the
birth of a son, June 4 in the Muni-
cipal Hospital. The baby weighed
8 lbs., oz.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lee Lemmox
of Apalachicola announce the birth
of a son, Leslie Lee, Jr., on June
1 in the Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Brien an-
nounce the birth of a son, James
Earl on June 2 in the Municipal
Hospital. --
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Denton An-
derson of Madison Avenue announce
the birth of a daughter, Cathy Di-
ane on June 2 in .the Municipal

Leslie Neeley of Harbon Greek,
Pennsylvania.
James Alberson has just return-
ed from visiting his son, James W.
Alberson of Atlanta, Ga.


Special Trade-ln


SALE!


Model CDV-103-SPCL

See us now while these special new 1955'
models last. The supply is limited! First come '
will be first served. Prices and specifications '
are subject to change without notice. So, see
us NOW while there's time to buy this
outstanding value .


Easy Terms, too! VW


in Pontiac's price field. And it's one of the
many Pontiac advantages you can't get any-
where else. Pontiat alone gives you the terrific
drive of Strato-Streak performance.
This sensational performance, remember,
comes in a distinguished, future-fashioned
beauty that is tagged with a price any new-
car buyer can readily afford.
Here's your wide-open invitation to come
in and try the result-the fastest-selling Pontiac
of all time. The car is ready whenever you
are! Make it soon.


Most Modern
n Any Car
THE RATO-STREAK V-8
The Strato-Streak V-8. is one of
the great lndmarks of uto.
motive progressthenewest
and mostadvancd e neyouwest
can buy. Standard w gile you
linesof Pontlacs, it develops three
H. P. and reaches a blazing 200
H.P. wit the four-barrel carbu.
retor, Optlonal at extra cost.

ter way yo get the most
Power P er dollar delivered by
any car at any price.


BILL'S PLUMBING SHOP
203 Third Street -- Beside Piggly Wiggly

Phone, day 7-3091 Nite, 7-7846
We Repair Any Model OUTBOARD MOTORS


PONTIAC


COMPANY


C e e d r a M u t eL Il


Roche's Appliane Store


#ep o1'rmfe II


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Avenue Baptist Chucrh

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP --------11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --.- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.

Meeting In The High School Auditorium

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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