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tinued Development of
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PORT ST. JOE
Community With a
"Port St. Joe -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1956
$3.00 Per Year
by WES'LEY R. RAMSEY
Did you read the article in
the Parade Sunday supplement
last Sunday? The article about
whether or not our schools are
teaching our children to read or
Two arguments were written
out pro and con on whether the
old phonic method of teaching
was best or the new sight me-
thod. In the phonic method a
pupil is taught to read by first
learning the sound each letter
makes. In the sight method, the
pupil is taught simultaneously
by pictures and words, showing
the pupil what the word is and
how it relates.
The article pointed out that
tests show that phonics readers
were also very good spellers and
in most cases learned to read
very well, but at times could
read and spell words they didn't
know the meaning of although
they could read and spell most
any word just by sounding the
As a contrast, pupils taught to
read by the sight method were
usually very fast readers when
they learned to read, but had
difficulty in spelling and often-
times mis-read words by skim-
ming over them and pronounc-
ing a word like another word
that looked similar. The sight
method exponents pointed out
that in most cases where a pupil
could read a word, he knew the
meaning of the word, which pro-
duces large vocabularies.
We gathered from the article
that while phonics have given
way to practically all the schools
in the U. S. today, neither me-
thod is a "best" way for all pu-
pils to learn to read. Some pu-
pils cannot learn to read by the
phonic method, the article aid,
and likewise, some children can
not learn -to read by the sight
Strides are being made to of-
fer both in public schools. We
personally will be glad to see
even a partial return to phonic
reading. We had this type be-
fore entering the Florida schools
in the eighth grade and found
that we had a much eisier time
than some of our classmates be-
cause they could not read.
We read in The Gulf County
Breeze last week where the
school board entered an explana-
tion to the public that the board
merely said they would "con-
sider" the lighting of the non-
existent field for the non-exis-
tent football team at Wewahitch-
We are going to have to chide
editor Bandjough about missing
that little word 'consideration"
in his news story. We believe
that the word "consider" would
never have been used if they
didn't intend to light the field.
After all, Port St. Joe re-
ceived a very flat, cold and of-
tentimes very rude "NO" to their
numerous requests for the same
"consideration" over the past
At the School Board's last
meeting the Elementary PTA
sent a representative up to the
School Board to see about get-
ting some dirt hauled into the
school yard in back of the gram-
mar school to fix the yard where
the children could play in the
yard. The Board rejected the re-
quest saying there just wasn't
any money available for the job.
The representative was advised
to go see the County Commnis-
sioners about doing the job.
Well, this isn't the Cuunt"'s
job, but they surveyed the mat-
ter and figured that it would re-
quire about 170 lo ds of dirt to
do the job. The County offered
to do the job if the School Board
would only pay the truck drivers
time and the gasoline bill for
the job. "No dice, we don't have
For the past two years there
has been no heat half the time
at the elementary school build-
ings. Especially the building at
the north end, which draws heat
from the center building.
We don't know if they have
the money to do the job or not,
but if there is no heat in those
Red t ross aw irins a Ple% Isanned
Drawn Up For
The first reading of a new license '"
ordinance for Port St. Joe was
heard at the regular meeting of I
the City Commission Tuesday .
iight. The final passing of the or-
dinance will be prolonged to allow
for examination by interested par-
ties and is expected to receive its
final stamp of approval about the
last of July.
Main changes in the license or-
dinance was pertaining to itenerant i
dealers in goods. In most cases,
itenerant licenses were hiked and
provisions are being made to re- ,,
quire all peddlers of goods, who
do not have a place of business in WEI
the city to post bond with the city P0
at the time of their license purchase D.
to insure .the delivery of goods.
In the first drafts of the ordin-
ance this bond provision applied
only to traveling photographers,
but the commission voted to include
the clause for all peddlers.
The new license rates will not
become effective until October 1
when new business licenses are re-
quired for local businesses.
The license revision was drawn
up due to an inequality in license
charges in the old ordinance. In
several cases, licenses were too
high as compared with other busi-
ness of like volume. Very itw li.
cense rates were hiked and several,
were lowered. The new ordinance'
offers more categories and covers
more business activities than the
old. It is designed to encourage
the establishment of local business.
The second reading of the ordin-
ance will be heard by .the Commis-
sion on July 5. Three official read-
ings at three separate meetings are:
required to pass an emergency ex-
cept in the case of an emergency. CLAIM YOUR "B
was the order
Mrs. Dorothy Craft Is was jammed wi
Taken By Death Wed. Sco t
Mrs. Dorothy Bell Craft of 910 W
Kenney's Mill Wednesday morning
at 4:40 a.m. at Bay Memorial Hos-
pital. She was 52 years of age. r 0n
Funeral arrangements were def-
inite at press time bat services will
be held at the Oak Grove Assem-
bly of God Church with interment No Smoke
to be in Holly Hill Cemetery. o Smok
Survivors include her husband,
Tom Craft and four sons, Jack of NO M one
Port St. Joe; Thomas of Perry;
Ernest, Pensacola and Jimmy who More and more
is in Arizona with the U. S. Air kers are leaving of
Force. One daughter, Mrs. Maudie arettes, according
Campbell of Port St. Joe and eight R. W. Henderson.
grandchildren. Also surviving are have stopped at an
her mother, Mrs. S. Bishop of High- for the City budge
land View; two brothers, Bob and
Theo Bishop of Port St. Joe; two According to H
Cigarette tax take
sisters, Mrs. Ila White of Chicagothis year will be
and Mrs .Gracie Dunlap of High- less than it was N
of course means th
Comforter Funeral Home of Port have $3,000.00 less
St. Joe will be in charge of arrange- Henderson said
mets.rent estimation of
take was lowered
,Send The Star To A Friend estimate since 195:
__clined also. But it
that the tax takE
HYMN SING SET FOR SUNDAY that the tax t
BY PRESBYTERIANS $3,000.00 below the
PIK .'g, ..... .
LCOME HOME: Scouts are greeted ny parents as they
ur out of their bus after a week long trip to Washington,
C. and New York City. (4 photo)
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AGGAGE! After greetings, un ing bags
of the day. All available space on the bus
th suitcases and duffels. (* photo)
Get Back Home
l lew York Trip
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'f smoking cig-
to City Clerk
In fact they
; for the city
ast year. This
at the city will
that the cur-
from the 1954
3 take had de-
e would drop
that that the
An old fashioned hymn singing reduced taxes from the "fags"
for youth will be held at the First is reducing city revenue and is
Presbyterian Church Sunday night making the working out of the
at 9:00. All youth from all churches budget a crazy-quilt fashion, due
are invited to attend. to the most lucrative revenues of
Miss Sadie Arnette will be at the the city pledged to certain funds.
piano with Barbara Mitchell at the Go back to smoking boys, and
organ. Booth Poole and Timothy get the tax back up!
Elder will lead the singing. _
Refreshments will be served. The Guests From California
hosts will be the Methodist and
Presbyterian youths. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Paul and chil-
dren, Sandra, Mark and Victor
have arrived from Lemon Grave,
buildings next winter, this news- California. They will spend lihe
paper is going to make it plenty sum inner with Mrs. Frances Shell-
hot for some school board mem- h-rse and Mr. and Mrs. John bew-
bers until there is. Iers.
Monday noon, the boys of Scout
Troop No. 47 pulled into town af-
ter a week in Washington, D. C.
and New York City sight-seeing.
The Troop left Port St. Joe at
6:00 a.m. Monday, June 13. They
toured Washington, D. C. all Wed-
nesday visiting the Capital build-
ing, the FBI building, Smithsonian
Institute and other places of in-
terest. While in Washington, the
Scouts had their picture taken on
the Capital steps with Congress-
man Bob Sikes.
Friday found the Scouts in New
Yoik and rubber-necking at the tall
In New York the Scouts visited
the waterfront, the emigration fa-
cilities, the Statue of Liberty, the
Empire State Building and rode in
The Scouts saw the UN building
im fli p iE, R in.ii e 0 Lt 4 Tf B ildi d n
WHEREAS, in the month of
July 1954 there were more than
12,000 accidents" with 95 persons
killed and nearly 4,000 persons
injured in Florida, and,
WHEREAS, this is a period
when everyone is thinking of the
brotherhood of man and the true
spirit of independence and what
it means, and the joy of living,
WHEREAS, the Lord did not
intend that this should be a per-
iod of bloodshed and the unneces-
sary waste of life, through reck-
less, careless and drunken driv-
ers and careless and drunken pe-
WHEREAS, The Florida Safe-
ty Council is calling on all citi-
zens, American Legion Posts, vet-
erans organizations, civic clubs,
enforcement officers, and others
and is trying to make this month
an occasion of solemnity and dig-
nity in memory of those who
have, and who are today paying
the Supreme Sacrifice to reck-
less and careless driving.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. C.
Belin, Mayor of the city of Port
St. Joe, Florida, designate the
month of July as a safe and care-
ful month, urging that drivers
and pedestrians be careful and
Signed, J. C. BELIN, Mayor
Long Ave. Baptists
Let Contract For
The contract for building two and
And It's All For Free
Red Cross Swimming Instruction classes will begin here
Monday, June 27 according to Earl Atchison, Gulf County Chair-
man of the International organization. Registration for the
classes will be held Friday at 2:00 p.m. at the Centennial Building.
Take Tilts; Two
Games Reined Out
The weather man again messed
up the schedule of the Little League
last week when two games were
washed out Thursday and Friday.
Thursday, the Ford-Pontiac and
Krafties had a thriller-diller going
when the rain came along and end-
ed, prematurely, a tied-up ball
game in the middle of the fourth
Friday, the teams didn't get a
chance to get on the field before
the downpour started.
Monday, Ronnie Hanlon hit the
first, home-run in Little League
play this year in the sixth inning
with two men on base to win the
game for the Kiwanis by a score
of 9 to 8..
Winning pitcher for the Kaanis
All children from the age of six
and up will be eligible for the
classes. The local chapter of the
red Cross has sent John Robert
Smith, Jr., to Red Cross Swimming
Instructors School to train for the
instructor of the course. Smith at-
tended and is now a graduate of the
Red Cross Aquatic School, Roose-
velt State Park, Chipley, Georgia.
The instructors are put through
a rigid course to earn their diploma
as instructor and are considered
by the Red Cross to be more than
capable to teach anyone to swim
after completing the course.
Classes will be held each Mon-
day, Tuesday,. Wednesday and
Thursday somewhere on the beach.
Registration will be on Friday,
June 24 only. All children who de-
sire to take part in this course are
urged to be present at the Cen-
tennial Building at 2:00 p.m. on
that date to register.
The classes will continue for a
six week period and each person
completing the course will receive
a diplon-a f', on" rthe R" Cros,.
The classes are being sponsored
team was Bob Munn. Losing pitcher jointly by the Red Cross and the
for the Krafties was Ji-nmmy Wilder. Recreation Department now operat-
Batteries for Kiwanis were IHa, ing ,gn the city. The Red Cross fur-
lon, Munn and Rich. Krafties Da'- nishs the instructor and the equip-
tery was Lovett, Wilder and Gir- pient. The recreation department
dener. Hanlon gave up two hits in is furnishing transportation and
four innings, Bob Munn gave up fitting the swimming classes into
one hit in two innings. Lovett ifo; their program.
a half units of the Long Avenue the Krafties gave up four hits li This is the first time that Red
Baptist Church building has been four innings, Wilder gave up five Cross swimming classes have been
let to Earl F. 'McFarland of hits in two innings, offered in this city and is expected
Biountstown. Construction will be- Tuesday's Game that it will become an annual pro-
gin on or before July 1. In a free-scoring game Tuesday, gram. All pupils planning to en-
The first unit of construction the Rotary team came out on the roll are again urged to do so Fri-
will be an L-shaped educational 'long end of the stick with Ford- day, as the classes and schedules
building which will contain a tem-i Pontiac in a 24-20 ball game. will be drawn up from this enroll-
porary sanctuary for worship ser-1 The Rotarians picked up 13 hits ment and they cannot be enlarged.
vices until the building plan is the offerings of George Boyer. Mi- There will be no charge for lithe
completed. The last unit of con- Chael McKenzie, on the mound for classes.
struction will be a large sanctuary the Rotary team allowed 10 hits. ---- --
to be built adjacent to the first Leading hitters for the winners
unit. The future sanctuary will were Jimmy Steyphieiis and Clif- Prizes Being Offered
have a seating capacity of 500. ford Tharpe, Jr. Leading batsmen For Scout Trip Essay
The temporary sanctuary of the fcr the losers were David Nance and ....
first unit will seat about 250 peo- George Boyer. The Star is offering a reward
ple. The educational building now Next Week's Schedule to the Boy Scout who writes the
being erected will provide or a The Kiwanis will meet the Ford- best essay on their recent trip
Sunday School enrollment of 275. Pontiac team this afternoon at, to Washington, D. C. and New
The completed educational plant :30. Friday afternoon, the Rotary York City.
will have provisions for 575 in and Krafties will meet up again. Prizes will be $5.00 for the first
Sunday School. Also included in Saturday afternoon, the two prize; $3.00 for the second prize
the plans for future building is a games rained out last week end and $2.00 for the third prize.
small chapel which will care for will be made up in a double head- Each essay winning a prize
approximately 100 people. er. The first game will start at will be reprinted in The Star.
The first unit being constructed 3:30 and the second at 5:0U. All entries must be in by Aug-
will contain a modern equipped In printing rosters for the Lit- ust 1. The articles must be writ-
ilursery for children from birth tle League teams several weeks | ten by a member of the Scouts
through three years of age. The 'ago, the roster for the Ford-Pontiac making the trip and must be writ-
Beginrer department will provide teac was committed because we did- ten by the scout himself with no
for children 4 and 5 years of age. i't have the names at thll time. outside help.
Oth ," departments are being pro- TIhey are printed here: Ceorge So get your entry in soon, boys
vided for all age groups. There Boyer, Nelson Hlall, Curtis Ham- and win the prizes!
will a'so be a. church office and pas- n.rnd, Eric llammond, (i..y ---- --
cor's study, a kitchen and banquet ;lThli.sbay, Johnny iPrice, ,'-1 Zi: -, DOGNAPPERS KIDNAP DOG
hall, outdoor recreation area, and ne inan. Johnnie lRay, Itober; Cu'r- FROM OAK GROVE HOME
i large parking bot on the corner .1, Hobby Henderson, We1',.!l I -,
started walking toward the build- o large parking lot on the corner dei Mrs. A. C. Stephlens in Oak
ing. After 19 blocks of travel the of 17L street and Long Ave nue.t Ken hiiede, Favdl Naice,., 'avic:rove has stolen her little part
.Thie building will be constructed Childers I reddy Joinesa;;.! David
trip was given up. cor i Chihiialiua dog and she would like
The Scouts were due to arrive orf masonry block and covered with I larvey. i ck.
back in Port St. Joe Monday night. brick veneer. The two and a halt The dog was taken front the
Rain at their Sunday night stopping units to first be constructed will Return From Alabama soetie
( oii in about 7,500 square feet. The NMr. and Mr. h i and of her home someme
place prompted them to resume unday night.
their journey all night Sunday and entire plant hen complete d i niiidi t .a w t i;'. .itii A feward i.s offered for ithe re-
arrive here at noon Monday. contain 14,11.3 square feet and apt- nightly abtera a i .'W:ai o :if' 0 .'.ih o ih dog.
arrive here at noon Mvod-. proximately 252,303 cubic feet. relative- in m n i .1 and 1 _toft
Return After Visit The Church anticipates moving loosa, Ala. MrI. C;-i Visit In Ocala
Return After Visit into heir new building about the Joe B. Ial Inil re-t cala
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hall, Sr., of first of November. t luirned with i.ihei I r i vi sit. \hr. and h. E. J. Rich and .son,
Malone have returned to their Rev. J. C. Odum is pastor of their P l;,vid, Mr. and Mrs. iilly Joe
home after a visit here with Mrs. iChurch. Members of the Biuildin g Leave For California iich and sons Hilly and Jerry, spent
Hall's sister, and family, Mr. and Committee are: Durel Brig"ian, _-Mrs. %I. K. Ilu '.bu and Mii. iaast we, k end in Ocala visiting tle
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols. Guests of the Chairman; W. J. Ferrell, Iaymond Deblie iMouchi-'Il .i June L. J. Keels family. 'They reported a
Nichols this week are Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, Dr. J. Wayne IH-endrix. 26 for Li .n-... ( wh- v. ry nic lri( p iia stIted ;:.' i
S. P. Hall, Jr., of Malone. Max Neese, William Porter, P. y ,.v i,1' MIf i- ( Ke(;s were doing fine r! : it
.------ ---- i Fairley, Bob Jackson and J. C. BIe- .\ ; -. ir. and .\li. thjir best regards to tleir ;'i, .ds
Advertising doesn't cost--It pay Ilin, J. -W. SMucihe t r "rie wecks. in Port St. Joe.
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New License Ordi'nance Is Read
THE STAR, PORT ST, JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Florida In Need of Highway Improve T Watch For Falling
program my I mv.a
G-AINESVILLE As one of the
most traveled states in America,
Florida is in dire need of a further
detailed study of the financing of
its highways, according to Profes-
sors Joe S. Floyd and Leo J. Mel-
ton from the University of Florida.
In the latest Economic Leaflet,
published monthly by the Univer-
.sity's Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, the two pro-
fessors of finance and economics
outline the background and make
reconimendations for solving soniL-
problems of highway finance for
Cathey Parker Honored
On Her 10th Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. C. -M. Parker of
Mexico Beach honored her daugh.
ter, Cathey, on her Utli birthday
with a party at home recently. The
table was covered with yellow cloth,
yellow bird cage and blue birds in
center. Yellow candles surrounded
by daisies at either end of the
table. Favors of nut cups designed
like miniature bird houses were
presented to the guests.
Guests play miniature golr with
Sue Parker and Al Cathey winning
Other guests were Janice Cathey,
Jan Rawls, Catherine Duren, Kathy
Newcomb, Mindy Newcomb, Fred-
die Joines, Jae Freida Joines, Mrs.
W. 0. Cathey, Sr., Mrs. W. 0. Ca-
they, Jr., Mrs. Mary Grice, Mrs.
Alfred Joines and Mrs. Ralph Or-
Advertising doesn't cost-It PAYS
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DT mPlit^ r eOf AircratY ^ Ar
In addition to the demands that Persons who observe any aircraft
Florida's tourist industry places crash in this area are urged to
on highways. they also explain that notify Tyndall officials immediate-
seasonal agriculture, light manfac- ,y, it was announced this week by
during and scattered tourist attrac- the Tyndali Air Force Base Opera-
tirins, have increased the amnuli' t'ions office.
of traffic that flows over Florida's Anyone witnessing a crash is ask-
roads each year. ed to call Tyndall extension 2222
However, besides maintaining its with information regarding the ac-
primary highways and tributaries cident.
Florida' must also studv the effc-- Information which would aid
Live use of different kinds of roads Tyndall in conducting rescue or
to take care of varied types of traf- eachh operations for missing pi-
c. the say Its or downed aircraft includes
the approximate location of the
For example, Floyd ancr Meltonl
or example, Flod an elton crash, whether or not there was an
explain that roads needed for the eI, .hoa omny theras
typical passenger car are consider-explosion accopaning the crash
whether or not a parachute was
ably different from the type neces- osered whether it was a large
sary to stand u under die heavy etrge
or small, jet or conventional en-;
trucks which are used to carry in-
dustial and agricultural goods. ine aircraft, road directions to the
Recent reports of the Bureau of nearest town or oher
Public Roads of the Federal' gov-
ernment estimate that Florida needs The officials requested that per-
to spend over $2 billion for high- sons reporting the crash remain at
ways during the next ten years, ac- the location until Tyndall authori-
cording to the leaflet. ties arrive.
Statistics released by the Flor-
ida Legislative Council also show PRESBYTERIANS HAVING SES
that the cost of removing deficien- BIBLE SCHOOL EVERCISES
cies already existing on present Rev. Bil iverson brought a write-
state maintained highways is $830 1p in yesterday at press .ime Fe.
million about 15 times the an- ing of a Bible School Commence-
nual budget of the road department. ment exercise at the esbyterian
In suggesting ways to solve the Church.
problems described by the Leaflet, Froi the looks of the write-up,
Floyd and Melton recommend a de- From he looks of the write-up
Floyd and Melto ecomend a deit was going to be a very imnpres-
tailed appraisal of present and an- affair with skits, contests and
sire affair with skits, contests and
ticipated highway needs, the ap- the like.
portio,)nment of highway costs be-
tween behicle users and indirect However, Rev. Bill failed to in-
bLefLeciaries, and the subsequent elude in his write-up just when this
apporionmen o the hi commencement was going to be
ap u.)rtionment of the higaw,-t
users' share among the various herd. So if you want to go how
classes' of motor vehicles. about giving Bill a call and find
.. ....... out just when it is going to be.
? g ygy paq-- ag- ',' i Guests of Elizey's
IAl -__ "UT""
Capt. and Mrs. Tom Ellzey, and
children, Danny and Freddy of Ft.
Benning, Ga., were recent guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ellzey.
BY RUSSELL KAY
Rodeos are common in Florida
today but there was time, about 30
years ago, when the idea of a rodeo
in Florida seemed fantastic. That
was the day of the open range
when Florida's cattle industyr was
I a dream rather htan a reality.
An American Legion Post in Ar-
cadia was heavily in debt and
needed money to pay off its build-
inig fund. Somebody suggested the
staging of a bang-up rodeo. Claude
C. Jones was named chairman of a
committee to solve the vexing prob-
lem of "ways and means."
To make a long story short the
first All-Florida Championship Ro-
deo was staged in Arcadia, Nov.
11-12, 1929 Thanks to the tireless
effort of Jones and his committee
the event was a .success. Everyone
pitched in to help; nobody got paid.
It was more or less a labor of love.
Governor Doyle E. Carlton was hon-
or guest, Egypt Temple of Tampa
sent its uniformed bodies, the Na-
tional Guard joined in, while John Included on the two-day program
Ringling of Sarasota provided some are such thrilling events as bull
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riding, breakaway calf roping, sad- will see to it that no one goes hun-
die bronc riding, trick riding, bull- gry, and there will be plenty of bar-
dogging, calf roping, cowgirl con- becued beef, cold drinks and a wide
tests, high school horses, and the variety of food available. Ample
famed quadrille of the All-Florida seating arrangements will be pro-
Saddle Club. vided as well as convenient park-
The entertainment committee (Continued on page 10)
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fine circus acts and a contingent of
trick and fancy riders and ropers.
Since then the All-Florida Cham-
pionship Rodeo has been Arcadia's
big annual event. Dates were chan-
ed to July 3-4 and new features
added. The event is owned and op-
erated by the people of Arcadia and
DeSoto County and they are mighty
proud of it.
The 26th Annual All-Florida Ro-
deo will be staged at Arcadia next
month, July 3-4, and offers top
notch entertainment for all who
Featured this year will be a
quadrille in which the All-Florida
Saddle Club will present a "square
dance on horseback." This event
will close the show both days.
A gala street parade will be stag-!
ed Saturday, July 3 and just about
everyone who can beg, borrow or i
steal a horse will be in line. Men
and women, boys and girls in gay
cowboy costumes will participate
while clowns, marching units and
other features will add color and
Many .state and local dignitaries
will be in attendance nd provision
is being made for handling the lar-
gest crowd in the history of the
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
John John Audrey 3 Maurecn
HODIAK DEREK TOTTER O'SULLIVA;l "
withl HARVEYtLEMBEC-IICKmiBE1R RiBcHAP'i BOWELS 0 -Sueo,
iay E JESSE t. IASdY, J8., EGENE LIMNG and MARl L GOLoSMIFI1
ftoduced by ROBERT COHRN liected by f4REO F. sARS
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Monday & Tuesday
n ie wonder of STEREOPHONIC SOUND
Wednesday & Thursday
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THEATRE OPENS DAILY 3:00 P. M. SATURDAY 1:00 P. M.
THURSDAY FRIDAY SUNDAY and MONDAY
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"POET and PEASANT"
--- FEATURE No. I
BOB HOPE and
-- FEATURE No. 2 ---
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Montereys; 198 hp in the Montclairs); special extra-value features at no
Justwrite down 2 figures
in the space at the right
1. The trade-in allowance you want for
your present car.
2. How much you can afford to pay a month.
-then tear out this ad and
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best surprise of your life!
FOR FUTURE STYI
extra cost like dual exhausts (on 8 out of 11 models), 4-barrel carburetor,
ball-joint front suspension. Shown above, the Montclair hardtop coupe.
Montclair styling is now also available in a new 4-door model.
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damage further than amount received for such advertisement.
The spuokeA word i4 given scant attention; the printed word
Is th lug)MfuUy weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word tacroughly convinces. The spoken word
&s loi.t; the printed word remains.
It's Time For A Senator For Every County
(From The Washington County News)
We think the time to vote on the 67 Sena-
tor Amendment or, if you please, the Senator
for every county Amendment, is now.
Governor LeRoy Collins has voiced his op-
position to submitting the vote on the proposal
to the people at this time. He says it would cost
about $250,000 to hold a special election on the
We appreciate the governor's concern about
the cost of anything that will be paid by tax-
payers. He has a laudable reason taken only
as a present expense. But, taken on a long-
range proposition, we believe it will save the
We don't know how much the present spe-
cial session of the legislature will eventually
cost, but it will take only 50 days of it to pay
for the election. This is based on an estimate
of the cost of $5000 per day for the extra' session
made by Jackson County Representative Hugh
Dukes, as told to the News.
We think that, whatever the cost, that a
Senator for every county will be a more fair
an1 .quitable way of handling representation
in the -pper chamber. And what is fair and
equitable will eventually prove to be the best
for the people of Florida.
The way has been cleared by the legislature,
the attorney general's office has cleared the
way legally. We can see no alternative but for
the election :o be field as early as possible.
Ed Note: W'e would like to add to Editor
Sellers observations that this system has worked
out very well in the National Government for
a number of years and if it's good enough for
the United States then it's good enough for
We Can't Define It, But Like It
(The Charlotte Observer)
So we newspaper guys are being psycho-
The American Society of Newspaper Ed-
itors at its convention in Washington last month
was told by our own Lee Hils, who commutes
between Detroit, Miami, and Charlotte, that
forward-looking newspapers are employing per-
-sonnel directors and giving intelligence tests
to prospective employes.
The St. Petersburg Times did not stop with
applicants for jobs, but had the whole staff psy-
choanalyzed with some surprising results. Edi-
tors scored higher than reporters in verbal skill,
but the reporters had it all over us in social
aggressiveness. Some were misfits in the edi-
tarial department but good mechanics, which
will surprise nobody.
The general conclusion was that we news-
paper guys are not screwballs, but we are "more
normal than what is accepted as normal."
That sounds encouraging, though we are
not quite sure what it takes to be more normal
than normal. Our superior verbal skill is not
equal to that one, and so we'll just leave it to
the personnel directors and psychiatrists.
It does, however, give us an answer to our
detractors. We have heard ourselves called
everything from plain idiots to hirelings of the
interests, but now we have the word of science
itself that we are more normal than normal. In
this scientific: age, the word of science is final.
Now, when we get a letter telling us we are
utter know-nothings, when that anonymous tele-
phone caller refuses to give his name but holds
forth on what we are; when the fellow who dis-
covers two letters transposed wants to know
ho many morons could possibly have got on the
same newspaper; when Mr. Browne finds his
name spelled Brown in the paper and fulminates
cn the incredible ignorance of newsmen --
when any of this happens again, we have the
We're more normal than normal, see?
Visit In Carrabelle son, Bert Munn, Jr., staff member Living On Woodward
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Munn and of Camp Weed, Carrabelle, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gaillard are
children Bob and Connie and Mr. Miss Jean Hayes of St. Joe is also occupying the Sutton home on
and Mrs. Harold Prim and children, on the staff of Camp Weed as Woodward Avenue.
Johnny and Lee visited with their Group Leader. -
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Annuncs rufi er Saying Even
S JUNE 22 through 28
Many Features Not Advertised
This sale for Four Days Only So.
PEG PALMER and DORIS DODSON. Choice
summer styles and fabrics. Many of these
Reg $10.95 to $12.75 ;
Reg $14.75 to $16.50
One Group DRESSES --- 2 for $7.00
Cool, chic, washable. Now is
plant cotton in your wardrobe.
the time to
Cottons, chic styles in many lovely colors
Just right for wearing now. Size 22-36.
Half Slips $1.00 ea.
That famous "Archdale" Slip. Shadow
panel, eyelet trim. Sizes S-M-L Extra L.
WHOLE SLIPS 2 for $3.00
20" X 40" Double Thread
Terry Towels 3 for $2.00
Regular 79c Seller
DIAPERS 3 doz. $5.00
Full 20" X 27". Stock up today!
The only sheet that is UNCONDITIONALLY guaran-
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Size 81 X 108 'Size 63 X 99
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All 79c and 89c Fabrics
Ginghams, pattio cloth,
chambrays. Another Su-
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Davey Crocket Boys' Play MEN'S TEE
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59c, 79c Values
2 for $1.00
Solid colors. Elas-
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Rayon, Nylon and
Rayon, Nylon and
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Men' s HANDKERCHIEFS12 for $100hemstitched.
Full size, white, hemstitched.
Highland View WSCS
Meets At Church Monday
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the Highland View
Methodist Church met on Monday
night at 8:00 o'clock at the church.
The devotional was given by Mrs.
W. H. Weeks, taken from 1 Timo-
Sthy 2:1-2. The opening prayer was
'*' *q given- by Mrs. Weeks after which
Sthe song, "Love Divine", was sung.
*: e TilThe theme of the program was
S"Lasting Peace and Security for
*All." Rev. Douglas Newsome was
chairman of the program which
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relationship of many parts of the
United Nations program to that of
the Woman's Society of Christian
i Service and Wesleyan Service
Those appearing on the panel
were Mesdames Lillie House, W.
W. Garrett, Katherine Brown, W.
C. Forehand, W. H. Weeks, A. B.
Pratt, Misses Marjorie Rogers,
Barbara Gay and Martha Ray.
Rev. Douglas New-some gave the
Highland View Baptist
Circles Have Joint Meet
Circles 1 and 2 of the Highland
View Baptist Church Woman's
Missionary Union met Monday af-
ternoon at the church. The meetings
Adams. T Spending Time At Beach
The Birthday Calendar was dis- Mr. and Mrs. Massey Ward of
cussed and Mrs. Lee Rooney lead I Mobile, who are spending several
in a special prayer for these mis- weeks at the Ward Beach House,
sionaries. spent the week end in Tallahassee
Valeria Roberts gave a brief talk and at Marineland.
on the Girl's Auxiliary Camp and -
Billy Cumbie gave a talk on stan- f 9
dard of excellence. The program ICMA-DRE
was, "Stop, Look and Listen", a asM A e .
lesson on the training of the child. i discomfort ofbelch-
Mrs. T. 0. Garrett dismissed the acid-indigestion.
greeting with prayer.
Next week's meeting will be a 4% ounces C
combined meeting of both circles
in the home of Mrs. L. F. Adams., Buzzet's Drug Store
Soul winning, the study course
book, will be taught. DIAL BA 7-3371
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as called to order with the siln,-
S ing of "We've A Story To Tell" tol-,
S-- *] *] *i [I [ lowed with a prayer by Mrs. L. F. '
Beautiful frocks, sizes to 14. Kate Greenaway and
Peaches and Cream.
$5.95 to $400$4.95 t $3.00
$5.95 to :o4.00 -$3.95 to w$3m
$2.95 0 i 5.
Value 2 pair $5.00
White, Brown, multi-color. Loads
of styles. Come in and see.
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MAN fi -Ka
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THURSBDAY, JUNE 23, 1955
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pace. Now we're "Sell-a-brating" in advance what looks like
the most successful sales year in Ford history. We're offering
Leadership Deals on all '55 Fords-so you share the benefits.
Why not hop on the Ford Bandwagon-get in on a deal
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its top dollar-now while you can enjoy a full summer of fun
in America's trend-setting, "GO"-leading, "worth-more" car
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I WHITE CITY NEWS
by MRS. GEORGE HARPER
Jimmy Stevens returned Monday
along with the other Boy Scouts,
from a week's trip to Washington,
D. C. Jimmy is quite excited about
the sights he saw while on the .
trip, according to his mother, Mrs.
Carl Stevens. The Smithsonian In-
stitute rated the most interesting
of all the sites to Jimmy.
The WMU met at the Baptist
Mission Church Monday afternoon
'at 3:00 p.m.
The meeting was opened by the .;.
president, Mrs. Bud Hatcher, after
which the program was turned over
to Mrs. E. L. Antley, acting chair- 0lfT-s i
man of circle number two. The Roy-
al Service program was presented
by Mivestdames I aIm jEdwaruds,
James Horton, Bud Hatcher, E. L.
Antley, H. A. Hardy and Tee Hicks.
"Stop, Look and Listen" on child
delinquency. The program was
closed with a most inspiring prayer
by Mrs. James Horton.
Harold Kirkland of Acme, N. C.,
arrived over the week end to visit
his family who are visiting Mrs.
Kirkland's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. C. Yates and children of
Tallahassee were the week end
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Prince.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christ-
mas of Tampa, are the guests of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N.
Return From Mississippi
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dandridge
and son, Danny returned Sunday
from Poplarville, Miss., where they
visited with relatives and with Mr.
Dandridge's mother. Miss Peggy
Willoughby, niece of Mr. Dandridge
returned with them for a few days
Confined To Hospital
H. L. Ford is confined to Bay
Memorial Hospital where he is un-
dergoing medical treatment.
11 vitamins plus 12
minerals in one tablet
daily. 2 .
Buzzett's Drug Store
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TWAAOABbBt JUNE 93, Wti~t
PORT HUENEME, Calif Gra-
duated from the Construction Elec-
trician's school at the "Seabee"
Center here in May, Ottis M. Tay-
lor, Jr., electrician's mate construc-
tion aprentice, USN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. 0. M. Taylor of 1313
Woodward Ave., Port St. Joe, has
been transferred to Mobile Con-
struction Battalion 4, overseas.
Before entering the service in
August 1954, he attended Port St.
Joe High School and was employed
by Miller Elcetric Co., in Jackson-
While a stduent he was taught
electricity, interior wiring, com-
munications, motors, generators
and the proper use of tools and ma-
terials in electrical work.
He was also given pole-line train-
ing and taught to give poletop re-
suscitation and bring an injured
man down a pole on his safety belt.
First Baptist WMU Has
Royal Service Program
The WMU of the First Baptist
Church met at the church for the
Royal Service program with Mrs.
Aubrey Tomlinson, intermediate
G A counselor in charge.
The meeting opened with the
Sunbeams singing the Sunbeam
The topic of the program was,
"Stop, Look and Listen". Catherin'e
Marshall gave the devotional read-
ing from Deuteronomy 6:4-7 and
The Junior GA girls sang the
GA hymn and Mrs. W. B. Richard-
son led in prayer. The rest of the
program was given by the follow-
ing intermediate GA girls, Frances
Lewis, Celia Tomlinson, Sara Lin-
da Richardson and Rose Mary
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-.-- 'NEWS FROM
By MARTHA RA
William Jordan am
'- PIalinda and Stevie
,' .' N rleans, La., were w'
.'. o.. of Mr. and Mrs.
Sdrow Carr of Panai
S;inmg his mother, Mr
S' over the week en..
H enrietta Darling and h
' .lher "vom Wewahitchka was v
.ti- .Irs. B. A. Peters over tl
M Jnd Mrs. J E. Pa t :oi
S, er, Patsy visited friend
aud relatives in Westville over th
Mrs. Mary J. Carroll spent th
week end with her brother,
Callaway of Graceville.
Mrs. Mary Baxter and
Care, Mona, Lisia and'.
of Live Oak spent the ,
with her aunt and uncle, Mr.
Mrs. C. L. Coker and family.
Mrs. Jean Johnson and children
Robert, Connie, Audry are spending
a few days with her mother-in-law-
Mrs. C. L. Coker and family.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Long ofq.2's-ma '
City spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. L H. HKelly.
Lewis Rogers is spending the
summer with his sister, Mr. and
Mrs. B. G. Burke of Rome, Ga.
Mrs. Jewel 'Henry and son,
Johnnie of Port Arthur, Texas a,
,: siting with Mr. and Mrs. John
A-3C Vernon T. Ramsey, sot
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. 'pqsey
Saturday for Craig Air F'oi o--Leo
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Duval and
daughter, Gwen, visited over the
week end with his father Jeff Du-
val, Sr., of East Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Duval spent
Sunday in Wakulla Springs with
Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie and
Sgt. and Mrs. C. B. Patton of
Panama City gave her faUlrer, :d &
Jones, surprise Fatbhors Day Din-
ner Sunday at her home. The day
wvas enjoyed by the family and a
-L.sses Mary Cox and Johanna
Layman of Southeastern Bible Col-
lege were dinner guests of Mr. ar'
Mrs W. H. Weeks Sunday.
Miss Joyce Williams spent tl
week end in Panama City with Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Raffield.
Miss Carolyn Jackson of West-
ville are spending two wee5fs witl
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Patterson.
Mrs. J. B. Cannington spent the
week end with her mother, Mrs.
George Roberts of St. Marks.
Mrs. Sally Redd and family vis-
ited Iriends and relatiy.esa in
Sneads and Chattahoochee.
Miss Melba Armstrong is spend-
ing the week with her aunt, Mrs.
MiJie Bell of Graceville.
The WMU will meet in circles'
next week as follows: Circle No. 1
meets with Mrs.. C. G. Costin at
3:00 p.m. Tuesday. Circle N6'
meets with Mrs. Bill Rich, Tue
at 9:00 a.m. Circle No. 3
with Mrs. George Davis vi
at 3:00 p.m. Circle NY). 4
with Mrs. S. J. Taylor, Mo
3:00 p.m. Circle No. 5 r
Mrs. J. D. Lane, Monday
Send The Star to a fr
It pays to advertise-'
JOHN V. CAREY
dollars to many people in
'will be available provided
and timely application is
ader the Disability Freeze
n of the Social Security
Ad workers now receiving
Old(lg --and Survivors Insurance
checks may get an increase in their
benefits if they establish that they
have a total disability and fulfill
other conditions of the law. In
some cases, the increase may
amount to $10 or more a month.
Social Security managers in Flor-
trt diolen' s for :he "
app y fr i l by Jua i 2''.
Sociai siccurie y ,,cfti, : L_ iha-
sized tlaL the Lv: r' he So-
cial Security rih- a '
who is sufferingn :ro:' ro' n ,
Che tr_.C-Z pr .'i i :,. ill be
?:- nificant for Liio e p.'g'uple ",vho
have been disabled uL a ,:,!,z Li1ie
b toru they roacihed G.t and who
arc no;- re.e :in2 )rli- A. in- 'ur-
anCe payClen i:. Ia.ger payments
will Ce recei,.' d nore pr)ciIptly by
t ose v-hio arte -li'gible iC i !]' iicaLli'n
i filed by June 30.
Those under 05 may also casin by
ida are advising seriously disabled !c;ab:i. in a disability freeze, if
- cpile who used to work in'covered eligible. By filing at. ths ime, for
iployment or self-employment to 'example, it s possible to establlish
t in touch with their Social Se- a disability thai. ibe-an as far bacl,
office in order to take the
step that may lead to in-
creased benefit payments.
According to Social Security of-
ficials, the disability freeze provi-
sion may apply to those who:
Have been totally disabled for
six months or longer, became dis-
abled before age 65 and who work-
ed in employment or self-employ-
men t covered by :he Social Secur-
ity Law for as many as five years
out of the 10 years before they
Active military service after Sep-
tember 7, 1939, and employment in
the railroad industry may count to-
ward the needed amount of work.
Py applying to have their Social
Seeu:icy earnings records frozen,
disabled people may prevent loss
or reduction of future benefits.
File by June 30
vivor's payments, but only if he
had applied for it before death.
For this reason, it is important
for every person who meets the
June 30, the disability freeze can
protect hi.s family's rights to Sur-
WSCS Meets At Church
For Meeting Monday
The Wonian's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the First Metho-
dist Church met in the church Mon-
day, June 20.
The program was conducted by
Mrs. W. M. Jones, Jr., program
chairmna. "All Hail the Power of
Jesus Name" was sung by the
group after which Mrs. Fennon Tal-
ly gave the devotional taken from
1 Cor. 12.
Interesting talks were given by
Mrs. Bernard Pridgeon, "Looking
Toward A World Fellowship"; Mrs.
G. S. Croxton, "The United Nations
As A Keeper of Peace", Mrs. J. L.
Sharit, "The United Nations As An
Instrument of Social Progress' and
Mrs. J. T. Ricketson, "The United
Nations And The Individual".
Mrs Ed Ramsey, the newly elect-
ed president, presided over the
business session. The meeting clos-
ed with the benediction.
Next Monday the meetings will be
held in homes as follows: Circle
No. 1 with Mrs. Carl Armstrong;
Circle No. 2 with Mrs. Ralph
Swatts and Circle No. 3 with Mrs.
Long Avenue Circle
Meets With Mrs. Voss
Circle Number 3 of the Long
'enue Baptist WMS met in the
ome of Mrs. L. E. Voss, June 21
The program theme was "Stop,
Look and Listen".
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., was in
charge. Those taking part on the
program were Mrs. L. E. Voss, Mrs.
Durel Brigman, Mrs. P. B. Fairley,
Jr., Mrs. T. M. Watts, Mrs. Joe
Ferrell, Mrs. D. C. Retherford.
Mrs. T. M. Watts opened the
meeting with prayer.
There was a special prayer at
the close of the meeting for H. L.
Ford, who is in the hospital.
Tuna salad and punch were ser-
ved to the eight members present.
Guests of Hinotes
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hinote have
had as their guests this past week,
Mr. and Mrs. David Hinote and
daughter, Alice of Macon, Ga.; Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Russell and daugh-
ter Sue and Miss Gayle Sue Har-
'ell of Freer, Texas and Mr. and
Irs. Whipple Gandy of Pensacola.
E! rica Repci5rs
as October 1941.
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covered by Social Security
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Garden Club NEWS FROM
by HELEN NORRII
At Luncheon ,
Honored With Party
Mrs. J. L. Sims honored her
The climax of another year's r J L. h e r a
work for the Garden Club of Port daughter, J Jdy oner nint birt-
St. Joe was the annual luncheon day at her home on lola Su-eet.
held in the banquet room of the Several games were played then re-
Motel St. Joe. freshments of cake, and punch
The tables were beautifully dec- were served to the following: Lin-
II 1- -1 I'l YTI -- Iv iip Pa-
orated by Mrs. Henry Maige, with
blue and pink hydrangeas and
Mrs. Stanley Sheip of Chatta-
hoochee installed the following of-
ficers: Mrs. Thomas J. Mitchell,
president; Mrs. G. S. Croxton, vice-
president; Mrs. John Robert Smith,
secretary and Mrs. I. C. Nedley,
Officers for the Gladioli Circle:
Mra. I. C. Nedley, chairman; Mrs.
Terry Hinote, co-chairman; Mrs.
Wayne Ashley, secretary and Mrs.
da Kay Webbu, iuLornea 1, -
tricia McCormick, Elaine Sims,
Linda Lister, Douglas Hollomon,
Allen Humphrey, Jimmy Sims, Da-
vid McCormick, Gracie and James
Dykes and the honoree, Judy. Ev-
eryone had a wonderful time.
Honored With Party
The Senior Class of the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Sunday
School was entertained Tuesday at
7:30 with a hamburger party at
Wayside Park. Those attending
were: Denver Skipper, James
Henry R. Maige, treasurer. Young, Boncile Dykes, Doris Wil-
Officers o fthe Azalea Circle are son, Howard Linebargar, Carol
Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, chairman; Mrs. Young, .Carolyn Hanlon, Helen Nor- t
Durrel Sykes, co-chairman; Mrs. ris, Zola Ray, Cecil Barton, Joe
Chauncey Costin, secretary and Whitfield, Gypsie Love, Ted Can-
Mrs. Gordon Thomas, treasurer. non, June Chitty, Gene Anderson, i
Corsages of carnations were pre- George Neel, Mavis Butts, Dean
sented to Mrs. Sheip and Mrs. Glass, Betty Butts, Joyce Hayes,
Jackson. Day lilies corsages tied Melba Armstrong and Mrs. Donnie
with colored ribbons representing O'Brian.
their office were presented to each Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradley and
in-coming officer. Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Jim Maddox spent Wednesday
Broadnax received a beautiful white in Panama City visiting with
Madonna and bowl in appreciation friends and relatives.
of her work as president for the Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall and
paat year. Mrs. Lawrence Bissett Miss Lucile Stripling motored to
and Mrs. Carl Armstrong also re- Chipley Wednesday on business.
ceived lovely containers from their Mr. and Mrs. Al Sciadini and
circles for serving as chairman for children of Miami and M-Sgt. and
the past year. Mrs. Harold Pitzil of Eglin Field
Mrs. Fred Davis served as chair- were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
man of the luncheon. Twenty-five Edgar Smith and family for the
members attended. A short sum- past week.
mary of the year's work was read. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Knight and
Mrs. Thomas Miller closed the children spent several days in
meeting with a prayer. Cross City visiting with friends
Mrs. Kenney Entertains We are glad to say that Bob
Guests At Party Tuesday Tanner was released from the Mu-
____ nicipal Hospital Thursday and is
Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., entertain- doing fine.
ed Tuesday morning with a coffee Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burns and
and coke party at her home on children Carol and Louis spent sev-
Constitution Drive. eral days in Panama City visiting
Honor guests for the occasion with friends and relatives.
were Mrs. Thomas Kenney and her Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy and
daughter, Miss Joan Kenney of daughter, Evelyn returned home
Frankfort, Ky., who are house Friday from Bradenton after spend-
guests of the Kenney's for several ing a week visiting with relatives.
days. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee and
Yellow calla lilies were used children, Rita, Joan and Johnny
throughout the living room and spent the week end in Grand Ridge
dining room. visiting with the latter's parents,
Invited were 20 guests including Mr. and Mrs. Burch.
Mrs. Joe Sharit, Jr., of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
-- daughters Alimae, Treva, Geraldine
Send The Star to a friend. and Sherry spent several days in
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your car manufacturers recommendation for each season .
erry visiting with friends and various churches were the speak- i
relatives. c-rs for the afternoon services.
Mr. and Mdrs. Gene Ernest of 'iieir theme was "The Whole Ar-
anama Cily were the week nd lmour of Goud". A basket lunch was
uests of hLe latter's mother, Mrs. served and the day was enjoyed by
[innie Gay. all.
Mr. and Mrs. Willys Liptford and Rev. Lloyd Riley made a business
children of Marianna were the din- trip to Marianna, Chipley and Pen-
er guests of \Ir. and Mrs. Cleve- sacola last week.
and Hall Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Lightfoot and chil-
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and dren spent several days in Gordon,
children of Panama City spent the Ala., visiting with friends.
reek end with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Ova Daniolls and
)eese. Mr. Richard Levins of Bonifay were
Juanita Davis of Apalachicola is the week end guests of Mr. and
spending several weeks visiting Mrs. H. D. Levins.
with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stripling
A revival is in progress at the and daughters, Jan and Karen and
Oak Grove Assembly of God Lucile and Hubert and Cecil Barton
Church with the Rev. Hathcock of spent Sunday in Hosford visiting
Arkansas. The services will start with friends and relatives.
nightly at 7:30. Everyone is invited Mrs. Golden Bush and children
to attend. of Panama City spent Monday vis-
Mr. and Mrs. McAtlams of Win- iting with her sister and brother
ter Garden were the guests of Mr. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Lee.
and Mrs. Bufford Griffin Friday. Mrs. Curlee of Altha was the
The quarterly Woman's Mision- guest of her son and daughter-in-
ary Council Conference of the law, Mr. and Mrs. Harleen Curlee
WMC's of the Assemblies of God for several days last week.
of Gulf and Bay Counties met at Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cox and chil-
the Oak Grove Assembly of God dren, Linda and Larry spent Sat-
Church Friday. Rev. 0. L. Thomas urday in Panama City on business.
of Marianna was the guest speaker Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Bell and
in morning services. Ladies from children are spending several days
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THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1955
in Pensacola visiting with friends
Honored With Party
A birthday party was held in
honor of Judith Ann Norris, Mon-
day at 2:30 at her home on Hunter
Street. Several games were played
then refreshments of cake, cookies,
ice cream and punch were served
to the ones that attended and each
one received a party favor.
HIHLAGND VIEW METHODIST
CALENDAR OF THE WEEK
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Church in
School. 11:,00 a.m. Morning Wor-
ship. 7:00 p.m. MYF gruops. 8:00
p.m. Evening Worship.
Monday: WSCS 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday: Prayer Service, at
Friday: Choir Practice 8:00 p.m.
Rev. Douglas Newsome, pastor
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I mL; STAR, PORT ST. JI-IE, GUL-F CC;UN~llv, FLORIDAB
Bottled by A. E. J'ackson and Son, Perry, Fla.
Spend Several Days Here were Mrs. Campbell's mother, Mrs.
Lt. and Mrs. Carl Guilford and H. Lisenby of Dothan, Ala., and
daughter Laurie of Topeka, Kansas her niece and children, Mrs. Dan
left Wednesday for their home af- Kimmel of Winston Salem, N. C.
ter spending several days here with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Visiting Sister
Guilford of Overstreet and Mr. and Mitss Sibbie Brinson is visiting
Mrs. Henry Campbell on Hunter with her sister and brother-in-law,
Circle. Mrs. Lois Cox of Crestview Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bedwell in
and sister of Mr. Campbell arrived Ashford, Ala. Before returning
Monday to spend several days with home she will visit with relatives
the Campbells. Monday guests and friends in Piedmont, Ala.
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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-T-HU1RSDAY,' JUNE 23, 1955 -... ------.--..-
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f net and used in salt water fi -:
SeafOOU, Bo'0at d e require' to obtain a bat i-
cense for their craft. (' i n
Licenses .... Due..l
-C5 [ s!)e censedl. The c-,-7 o!_ ,-d:..
'icinses ar $.1.05 l 'or a 2o ie.u, be
The State Conservation Depart-
ment, through its Director, Ernest a
Mitts, announced this week that fl :
boat and seafood dealers liceln' esn Dealers in Florida seauody :
become due July 1. required to obtain a retail iice '.
Owners of boats whiih a total if .hey sell seafoods to toe c' the con:,e
length and beam of i., o, tilhin 2'0 .,riiier and a wholesale license if
vpF, / MINE-
a obtain applications by either con- -- ^-- r
n,.: tacin their local conservation i:- ,,' L0U U t V
S, ; i- t ur by writing to the Board -
...i : Coserva- of Conservation in Tallahassee. Dr. Gorre NOVie
The license year extends from |h s
..e-.) d':ompted July L through June 30. ------ The Lions Club viewed a film
I:, -I irclentn Mr. and \Mrs. James Lee Bailey on the history of artificial ice and
Guests At Beach of \Vewahitchka announce the its inventor. Dr. John Gorrie of
S e 1,rocess James Nance and Jack Boner of birth of a son. landy Tyne, on Apalachicola Tuesday night at their
S" pieahions to Bell Buckle, Tenn., are the guests June 16 in the Municipal Hospital. regular meeting. The movie was
i,:oe.01 cf their uncle and aunt, Mr. and The baby weighed 7 lbs., S ozs. exhibited before the body by Miss
Others may Mrs. Italph Nance at St. Joe Beach. Mlr. and Mrs. Charles Norman Mabel Osborne of Apalachicola.
Hobbs of Port St. Joe announce The movie dealt with the bene-
the birth of a daughter, Charlene fits that ice and its manufacture
Jo, on June 16 in the Municipal has made to mankind. The film
/- _Hospital. The baby weighed 8 lbs., wNas entitled "Naturally Yours" and
2 ozs. Iwas distributed by the National
Mr. anud Mrs. Bill Rainey Flem- Ice Foundation.
ing are announcing the birth of Other visitors present were Mrs.
-.- -- a daughter. Billie Ruth, on June Melly Mollison, Apalachicola: LI.
17 in the Municipal Hospital. The Carl Guilford. USAF; W. C. Ivey
young lady weighed 7. bs., 14 ozs. and Max Neese.
i 1 "---'" Mrs. Fleming is the former Miss Business was discussed concern-
Betty Ruth Wilder, daughter of ing the coming Lions Club Fish Fry
S __ Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder of Oak and the giving away of an air con-
Grove. ditioner which will be presented at
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Herbert Davis the Fish Fry on June 2 at 8:00 p.m.
of Highland View announce the -- ----
'T PRiES! Now many models birth of a son, Karl Stevens on
S -I I1Q- n- H- X .T, -r-ni., Troner Robinson RBeina
; t:.ruic:KS are priced lower mthan all
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c:i bi -, ,.- trucks are dependable
S: '-! Power-Dome V-8
: vi O 202 hp., are the most
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June 18 in the vMunicipal ilospital..
The baby weighed 6 lbs., 11 ozs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Pitts, Jr., of
Highland View announce the birth
of a daughter, Glenda Sue on June
18 in the Municipal Hospital.
Returns From Mobile
Brenda Ward, daughter of Mrs.
Albert Ward returned home from
Mobile, last week, accompanied by
her grandmother, Mrs. George
To -Leave For La.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duren and
son, Ike, will leave this week end
for Shreveport, La., where they
will be the guests of relatives for
several days. Their three children
who have been visiting there for
the past two weeks will return
Visitors From Rome
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strickland
and family of Rome, Ga., returned
to their home after spending a va-
cation at Beacon Hill. The Strick-
lands were former residents of St.
Joe and resided on Garrison Ave.
Moved To Lakeland
On July 1, Trooper Randall Rob-
inson, Safety Officer for Troop A.
of the Florida Highway Patrol, will
leave his post with Troop A and
report for duty at Lakeland, Fla.
Trooper Robinson graduated from
Tate High School, near Pensacola,
where he began his association with
the Florida Highway Patrol before
his graduation from Tate. His first
assignment with the Patrol was a
job as radio dispatcher. He attend-
ed the University of Florida, ma-
joring in sociology and psychology.
After receiving his appointment
as a trooper, he was stationed in
Miami, as a member of the Traffic
Enforcement Section, and later as
a Safety Officer, where he complet-
ed four years of duty. Orders trans-
ferring him to Troop A, with head-
quarters in Panama City, came on
April 1, 1952. He has remained in
this position until the present time.
Trooper Robinson also served in
his capacity here in Port St. Joe
and had many friends here.
Vacationing In Georgia
SMr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson
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Naturally, it's also a'pace-setter- a fundamental
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vigorous, smoothly delivered power.
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sheer luxurious comfort, for restful roadability, for
thought-quick handling ease.
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H. F. Ayers. Phone 7-3986. tf
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom cottage at
Mexic.o Beach. Completely fur-
nished. Contact Mrs. Fiusted at
Tom's Cabin two blocks south of
Wayside Park. $3500. Itp
t'OR SALE: Super 10 "Hurricane"
Mercury Motor and 11/2' ply-
wood boat. In good condition. Con-
tact Bill Rich at Piggly Wiggly.
FOR SALE: 1-ton Mitchell room
air conditioner. 1 year old. Good
condition. $250.00. See at The Star.
FOR SALE: Blooming named vari-
eties African violets $1.50. Bloom-
ing begonias, $1.50. On display at
Firestone Store. Orchidland Nur-
sery and Florist. Phone 7-9181 or
ALL TYPES OF DIRT for your
yard. Fill dirt, black dirt and clay.
Contact W. L. Goff at Gofftown. 2t
Bulovas-Hamiltons-Elgins, 17, 19
and 21 Jewel Movements $12.50 to
$19.50. Note: These watches have
been recently cleaned, re-oiled, reg-
ulated and test-run. With proper
care they will give years of faithful
PARKER'S JEWELRY CO.
Lawson Hotel Building
pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone
291. WE BUY AND SELL. tfc
Keys Made While You Wait
Bicycle Repairing All Makes
Reel Parts and Repairs
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
censed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
NEED TV OR
For a quick, expert check-up
of your set's performance (no
matter what the make Call
us. We offer free prompt pick-
up and delivery service. .All
work and parts guaranteed.
TV ANTENNAS INSTALLED
PAUL'S RADIO SHOP
Corner 2nd and Reid
ALL ITEMS of office needs can be
i bought at THE STAR office. If
it is used in any business for any
bookkeeping purpose, we have it.
Special printed forms, guest checks,
salesbooks. billing machine forms.
(ECEIPT BOOKS: Small books of
duplicate receipts and books of
our receipts to the page. The Star.
--2-t. WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
FOR SALE: 21-ft. Nashua thousel THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
trailer, fully equipped. Apply at n frst and thrd onay night
ones Cafe.lg first and third Monday ngh
ones Cae. 00 p.m., American Legion Homne
FOR SALE: : c ottages. all furnish- MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
ed: waterfront corner lot and one Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
adjacent rear lot, uninprl v ld. .'l meetings 2nd and 4th Fri
at Beacon Hill. Contact Silas R. days each month, 8:00 p. m
Stone, ;21 Reid Ave. tfc--1 Members urged to attend;
FOR RENT: 2 ,-drhoom apartlmont. visiting brothers welcome. W. L.
1)owiislairs.. :3; Tin S;. hone Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
7-58 i tLc secretary.
FOR RENT LOYAL ORDER
FOR RENT: 2-d lrni OF MOOSE '
ed ai)ar i i. i -1 ; r .-. ii night ev .
Mrs. S inder-' i 21 ry other Monday
FO R RENT: I1 ': lr fj ; ';i l '
Diial 7-1 51. 2tc
SALE LADY WANTED for pa ;-
timce \work..\l)!)l!) *.t.. Bu ia,ry.
PHOTOSTAT COPIES made of any
important paper yvei want to pre-
serve. $1.00 per copy TilE STAR,
. i'-;s at Moosr
:'', 310 Fourth SL
/iA,,DARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0
O. F.-Meets first and third Thurs
days, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic Hall. Al
rnenbers urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited. H. H. Shirley, N.
G., Alden Ferris, Secretary.
R A. M.-Regular convocation of
';t. Joseph Chanter No. 56. R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
Ing companions welcome. Jimmy
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
STOP AND SW'V P : quarters secretary.
for your used furniture and ap
Corner Baltzell Avenue and 4th Street
q .. v
Port St. Joe, Florida
STAR CHIEF CUSTOM CATALINA
Corner Highway 98 and 4th Street
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T~i~ 7AR.PORT T. JE- GUP GCNTY~ LOR~A r~IJR8~Y, UE~15
...---- --r... .. .a-- ... ..W.. it' .. ..I .. ."
;.. ...... ( inued from pa i) or any other activity eaeted ent. Mrs Gordon Thomas ad on,
Sf--- -ities. with the cattle industry. Not so If you ari looking for fun, frolic Charles are in St. AugUstine visit-
SAllX w o atlen eithis colorful event many year, ago, a JOurney through and entertainment during your ing with relatiTes
V A^ ,,.- -. il be guests of Arcadia and De- the range area was looked upon as Fourth of July holiday, you'll find _______
.. ... \ ..* Soto County, and when it comes to 'one of the hazards of driving as it no better place to go than Arcadia.
playing J-host you'll find these fine, was necessary to be dodging scrub When Furnace Is "Fnrniture"
S: congenial folks mighty hard to cattle all over the highway. Visitors From Virginia Because the household rumpus
beat. They want you to be comfort- Those days are gone, and today Mrs. Gore E. Zigler of Ports room frequently houses the furnace,
able an d y ery minute of as you drive through this favored Mrs." :e o "rg e E. a 'a"a"of the demand has developed for fur-
ble an enjoy every minute of s n you find excellent '' mouth, Va., is here for a vacation naces with exterior jacket that are
your stay. Good hotel and motel section you find excellent breed with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris as colorful and attractive as turn
S"- accommodations arc available at mo- of choice cattle feeding behind Martin. She will be remembered ture For the purpose, industrial
S est rates. fences in fine pastures. The Florida by her friends as Bunnie Martin. finish engineers have developed pe-
cattle industry has come a long __ cial finishes in striking colors whiob
SArcadia, located as it is in the way in the last 25 years, and De- Adv n't cot it PAYS resist heat, scratching and marring
Y o u S a v e u p t o 4 0 % o n T h e s e a n d O t h e r i t e m s o .bi" --, 1. A d v ,, ,i n. d--s n 't c o s t 'L t P A Y S .. ..le a n.
Y~OU" Save up to 40% on These and O er tems0 Roo O 'eat range area of South Florida, Soto County ranchers have more It Pays To Advertie -- Try It. and are easy to keep clean.
For Incoming Merchandise. Hurry and SA l L fr SpeUa-
-Sale Tags STORE HOURS: 8 to 6 Week Days 7 to 7 Saturdays
FOR THE LIVING ROOM
Large, Modern, -- Reg. $369.95
1 3-piece KROEHLER SU~TE .24 s50
Includes Sofa, Chair, 3 Tables, and 2 Pillows
2 7-piece SOFA BED JITES..
KROEHLER, Green Nylon Cover -- Reg. $249.00
1 2-piece SECTIONAL SOFA _..... 79"
KROEHLER, Rose Nylon Cover -- Reg. $219.00
1 2-piece KROEHLER S2 I.T .1
Metalic Tweed with Plastic Arms -- Reg. $79.95
Wrought Iron Arms, Good Cover -- Reg. $199.95
2 2- i WA 'TiI 1i 95
Tweed Plastic Covers -- Reg, $24.50
4 PATO CK ..7........
Reversible, Zipper Cushions -- Reg. $189.50
1 3-piece ..Atl IF
5; ~9 ~,: 9
Sliding Glass Doors -- Reg. $109.95
I :'L' of g and
-I. *. ~
S AVAILA CHAMPIONS
OW AS 759 A WBOK
so MUCI Teatso LOWa Price
Plastic Top, Red Tweed on Chair -- Reg. $124.95
1 7-piece G r7 5 "
If .. ^ vr./ .. "^ -^ ", ,.,-, 5
KS~~b.'EI^ P^^R ,;.;
Large. Slightly Used. A Birs' -- Reg. $199.95
1 9 -piece t Lr -R
Blonde, Plastic Top. Large. -- Reg. 8119.95
I Modern Drop Lo Taf- -
SAVE ... $15.00 on this
E-10 ock Fan
I -"_ 1SALE
As Little As
i.OO A Week
FOR THE BED ROOM
Poster Bed, Vanity, Bench and Chest --- Reg. $189.50
1 4-piece vA O!MY 1'1 T
Includes Double Dresser, Bar Bed and Chest. -- Reg. $159.95
2 3-piece BL OND SUITES .........
Bar Bed, Double Dresser and Chest -- Reg. $219.95
1 3-piece G Y SUITE ..........
With 2 innerspring Mattresses -- Reg. $119.00
1 TRUNDLE E ......
4 Singles 4 Doubles -- Reg. $59.50
INNERing AvaiPable --TTReg. $29.95ES
Box Spring Available -- Reg. $29.95
4 N H R hfl A
EASY TERMS ARRANGED
FREE Z12, HVER1
Ila psion 5
SALE I l9 5
Plus Tox-Exchangg *
Ifl *Yoc..,Old 1; 4
Si2:7L5 ALSO REDUCED
AMAZING OFFER ON
Bring your present
car up-to-date re-
gardles of year
or make... without
We'll buy al the
in your present
tires when you
trade for NEW
Slps *sily into man's pocket
or woman's pursel
SOnly 5Y/s" xz/4" x 1
* oig set reception
* Red, blue or yellow
.0A COMEIN TODAY!
lie onome & 4uto
FlIM V MRF C
B. W. EELLS, Owner
Port St. Joe, Fla.
TPI U'R86AY, 4 V NI *,. 19"'b
THE 6STA;R, PORT ST. 56g5 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDAA