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THE a- STAR
Published in Port St. Joe
* But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
PORT ST., JOE
*, Progressare '
Community With a
.o ern. Progressive
'Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
VOLUME XVIII Single Copy 8c PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1955 $3.00 Per Year NUMBER 48
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Oh boy, can those Wewahitch-
ka folks put on a feed.
We attended the feed at the
Court House last summer for
"Dam the Dead Lakes" day and
just naturally laid that sumtuous
feed to the fact that they were
just fattening up the Congress-
men to make them mellow and
agreeable to their wishes.
Last Friday night we found
out that this just ain't so. They
make a habit of putting on good
feeds. We found this out for
certain sure last Friday night
when the Wewahitchka City
dads put on a feed for the Port
St. Joe Councilmen and depart-
George Core was there minus
his now famous chef's apron to
prepare the chicken fitten to
eat and he did just that. When
we hear a politician tell the peo-
ple that he is a "country boy"
and has the good of the people
at heart, we listen with just a
twinge of misgiving as to whe-
ther or not they are telling the
truth. We can say that our Ma-
yor, Jake Belin proved in no un-
certain terms that he is a "coun-
try boy" No city boy could
eat that many black-eye peas!
Woody Dare belied the age-old
tale that the advent of false
teeth in the mouth naturally
spell the end to eating corn on
the cob. He made a corn sheller
look sick with his false choppers
as he denuded about four ears
of corn out of Sheriff Parker's
"Windy" Tharpe didn't get up
and leave until about 11:00 p.m.
and Buck Griffin came off his
diet but good, for that one night.
We were the most modest eat-
er there aid .ve atu a whole bar-
becued chicken, three ears of
corn, and a nominal amount of
potato salad washed down by
three glasses of iced tea. Max
Kilbourn, who does some engin-
eering for our city and is a Com-
missioner at Wewahitchka was
one of the first to start eating
and he shoveled it in steady for
over an hour. He must have been
Of special interest was the
unique smoke house in back of
Jack Connell's house. It espec-
ially interested our city clerk,
Woodrow Henderson who is an
old Alaoama farm boy.
Oh the drawbacks of looking
"mature"I Last Saturday at noon
bachelor's row that's me,
Woodrow Henderson and Paul
Player were out at the Gulf
Sands Restaurant eating dinner
and were jovially ribbing each
other about how much the other
ate. After the meal Woodrow
called the waitress over and ask-
ed the waitress for an extra glass
of tea. She then asked Paul if
he wanted something else and
then looked at Woodrow and
pointed to me and asked "What
will your father have"? And we
are not even 30 yet! Wouldn't
claim that cabbage head for a
STAC House Will Be
Closed This Saturday
The ".STAC" House, for teen-
agers, will not be open Saturday
night of this week. Unless noti-
fied otherwise the STAC House
will be re-opened on Saturday
night, July 9.
All young people are invited
and urged to attend the showing
of the Billy Graham film, "Oil
Town, USA" at the First Metho-
dist Church on Saturday night of
American Legion Post
Sponsoring Dance Sat.
The American Legion, Post 11l
of Port rSt. Joe is sponsoring ar
Independence Day Dance at the
Centennial Building Saturday nigh
beginning at 10:00 p.m.
Those wishing to attend are urg
ed to make their reservations early
in order to assure themselves o
a table. Reservations may be mad(
by calling Bill's Plumbing Servici
at BAll 7-30941.
.... ... .
PRESENTED WITH FLAG: Pictured above is Boy Scout Troop 47 of Port St. Joe on their recent visit to Washington, D. C.
They are pictured above with Congressman Bob Sikes of the Third District. Congressman Sikes arranged for a tour of some
of the federal buildings. Sikes presented the Scouts with the flag in the picture which formerly flew over the Capitol.
City Council Feted With Barbecue
Last Friday By Wewahitchka City Dads
Steve Dudro Buys
E. J. Rich this week announced'
Ralph W. Norman Is
Promoted by Fla. Power
Ralph W. Norman, Northern Di-
vision engineer for Florida Power
Corporation, has been promoted to
assistant division manager and di-
vision engineer, it was announced
by Northern Division Manager R.
In this new position, Mr. Norman
The City Commission of Port St.
Joe was honored last Friday eve-
ning at 6:30 with a barbecue din-
ner in Wewahitchka. Hosts for the
occasion were the City Commis-
sioners of Wewahitchka.
The dinner consisting of barbe-
the sale of his Piggly Wiggly Su- cued chicken, a la George Core,
per Market to Mr. and Mrs. Steve roasting ears, black eyed peas, po-
Dudro of Muncie, Indiana. tato salad and iced tea was served
Dudro has had 25 years of ex- and cooked in the back yard of
perience in the grocery business Jack Connell, Wewahitchka police-
spending most of that time in the man.
capacity of manager for a large The only after dinner speeches
northern chain of super markets. made were a "glad to have you"
The Dudros have one daughter who paragraph by Wewahitchka mayor
lives in Fort Worth, Texas. They Tom McDaniell and a "you come
are making their home here at 304 eat with us soon" paragraph by
12th Street. Port 'St. Joe's Mayor, J. C. Belin.
The Dudros took over the opera- Those attending the affair were
tion of the local super market on i Sheriff Byrd Parker, Max Kilbourn
Monday of this week and have and Mrs. Kilbourn, David C. Gas-
begun an extensive re-arrangement kin, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George Jones,
of the store. Mr. and Mrs. Tomo McDaniel, Mr.
Dudro stated that the store will and Mrs. Ross iStripling, Mr. and
.Mrs. Al MeGlon, Mr. and Mrs. A.
pledge courteous service to its cus- cGon r. an rs.
tomers and will handle the best J Connell, E. A. Bandjougi, George
in merchandise at the lowest pos- Core and Joe Whitfield, all
siewahitchka. From Port SL.. Joe
sible everyday prices. Dudro says. ... .... ........ ..
C. N. (Malor) Hobbs
Is Taken By Death
. Charles Norman (Major) Hobbs
was taken by death at the Veter-
ans' Hospital in Lake City on June
23 around 7:00 p.m. He was 75 years
The "Major" as he was known
here, had lived here in Port St. Joe
for the past 19 years and had been
in the hotel and restaurant busi-
ness. He was born in Louisville,
Ky., on June 22, 1880. lHe was a vet-
cran of the 'Spanish American War
and World War I. He was an in-
active member of the Florida Na-
Memorial services for Charles
Norman Hobbs were held in the
First Methodist Church here Sun-
day at 2 1P.M. with the Rev. Fred
Davis conducting the services. The
body was shipped from Lake City
Saturday to Arlington National
Cemetery for graveside services
Members of the Moose Club and
the Legion served in honorary pall-
lbemier positions. Members of the
local National Guard served in ac-
irve pallbearer position.
XWlll aSSiSt tore OlViS1OI iiIiI~d5Oi 10 wnt g
wi assdinistative isik of the di- that were Clifford Tharpe, George Wim-
gthe administrative work of the di- ia ls o t e ,berly, Wesley R. Ramsey, J. C. Be- He is survived by his wife. Mrs.
vision's growing operations, as well uch and plans to make it his per- R W Henderson, H W Gri- Hobs; three sons, Leon of
as continue the supervision of en- mianent home. He said, "Tell all' lin R. W. Henderson, I. W. Grif- Shirley Hobbs; th ree sons, Leon of
tie. od peleo to 0 band fin, V. W. Dare and P. W. Petty. Port St.. Joe; Lt. Col Gregory J. of
gineering activities, Brown said. te ood people t____ Norfolk, Va. and Master Sgt. C. N.
shake hands and meet me whether ot Canp Carson, Col. Four daugh-
A veteran of 30 years service wi they are going to be my customers Guests from Jacksonville leis, Normp and Charlene Jo ofd
the utiity. Normean started out as r not". Mr. and Mrs. l)ouglt n Nall of Port St. Joe; Mrs. Leon Evans of
e feman n eand in19 E. J. Rich will continue to supply Tacksonville and childr(.n Richard. Norfolk, Va.; Mrs. Robert Nelson
Sto Apalachicola in 1943. In 1945 lie the market with fresh produce Patsy and Johnnie wer( the week of Gainesville.
was promoted to division engineer, hauled each week direct from the end guests of Mr. Nall's mother, Cornforter Funeral Home of Port
transferring to Monticello when di- fields in South Florida. according Mrs. I. C. Nedley and Mr. Nedley. :it. Joe was in charge of local ar-
to Dudro. i Mrs. J. W. Johnson, mother of Mrs. rangements.
i vision headquarters moved there. art of
A native of Mill Creek, Va., Nor- heey ai bes been l heir guest.
man had four years experience with Detroit, automobile capital of the Mr. and Mrs. Nedley accompanied 'l'h mal Kodiak bear weighs
the Apalachian Power Company in nation, is one of the few cities her to her home in Bagdad, Sun- around 1.lt0 poundei while the polar
- his home state before moving to in the United States that still has day and visited with friends. 1,car'r w-i-ht runis around 1,100
f Florida. a mounted police force. ..- pounds.
le The FPC northern division is Nearly one out of every ten cars
e made up of ten counties with dis- Monticelo, Apalachicola and Port now is assembled on the Ws-t,.
'trict offices in Perry, Madison, St. Joe. .Coast. -~ ,I Tlh Sta to a Trena
InGae u9 a
The St. Joe Saints defeated the
Capital City team -Sunday in one of
the fastest moving games seen in
the Gulf Coast Conference this year.
The game was played on :he local
diamond before a small crowd.
Tallahassee defeated St. Joe Fri-
day night 3 to 2 in the opening
game of the series. Jimmy Philyaw
led the hitting Friday night with
four hits in four times at bat, in-
cluding a 9th inning drive to the
left field wall.
In Sunday's game, only one run-
ner reached first base in the first
three innings. He was thrown out
trying to steal second base by St.
Joe catcher, Cliff Tarper.
The Saints scored two runs in
the bottom of the fourth. one in the
sixth and one in the eighth.
Tallahassee scored two in the
sixth and one in the ninth, but their
ninth inning rally ended when cat-
cher Cliff Harper caught a pop fly
for the third out.
St. Joe's lieup for Sunday's game
Joe Adams, Sb L. Belin, 2b
Ray Shepherd, ss II. Dowden, cf
Jim Philyaw, lb C. Harper, c
Booth Poole, if B. Hamm, p
W. Murdock, rf
The Saints played'in Apalachicola
last night, but at press time, results
of the game were not yet available.
The Saints meet Apalachicola
here Sunday at 4:00 p.m. in a very
important game in deciding league
standing. Make plans to see the
game. We have a good ball team,
but they need your support badly.
TALLAHASSEE 10 2
APALACHICOLA 6 6
PORT ST. JOE 5 7
VWENVAHITCHKA 3 9
25 Persons To
Die Over Fourth
Twenty-five persons will lose
their lives in the three day holi-
day in Florida. Of this number
15 will be killed in traffic mis-
haps, six will drown and four will
die of over exertion and too much
exhuberency. This prediction is
bz ed on records of previous
years, stated Asher Frank, Direc-
tor of the Florida Safety Coun-
The Lord did not intend that
this be a period of bloodshed
and the unnecessary waste of
life, through reckless, careless
and drunken drivers and careless
and drunken pedestrians.
We are calling on the Minis-
ters, Civic groups, veteran organi-
zations and enforcement officers
to urge their people to use com-
mon sense in their holiday cele-
bration and at all times.
Grown-ups and children should
not go swimming until one hour
or more after eating and the
"oldsters" should not get reckless
and play too much baseball with
Drivers are cautioned to leave
their homes after sun-up and be-
fore night, avoid night driving,
concluded Asher Frank.
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Guests of Hinotes
iMr. and IMrs. -. C, ;o e l I'arf
I,:a. C iLy a l ]: .0I ; --
D arlen e t3 ( I !i'3;iiY": -*,I]-. ;'i:'I .'I -.
Auibr(ey A erhi ;iian cri'd -]i!. [i,;-
da, .oll h n nie a.d ait l i I :!n, i-
and Mr. and Mr.-. i'r:ni< "'I.m ,-
burk anld ?(I. l '- hi ri. 'i': 1 : -.-
ille. (;a.. h a \' r, r ir ;-rl ) i.1 -i!
homes after vi-iin- -i i; \ i'. lnld
.M r.-, T-'rtry ]ii 'n :, l ii p:i'- V' ik
3ses Wire At Night
Nathaniel Jorden, 35, was ser-
iously wounded early Monday morn-
ing by a gun shot wound inflicted
on him by his wife, Maggie Jor-
The Jorden's (colored) were hav-
ing an argument Monday morning
about 4:45 a.m. when Chief of Po-
lice Buck Griffin was called by the
Jorden woman to settle the trou-
ble. On arriving at the scene, Mrs.
Jorden told Griffin that her husband
had been beating her but refused
to prefer charges since Jorden said
lie would quiet down.
After Griffin left the scene the
fight started again with Jorden at-
tacking his wife again "for calling
the law". Jorden started after his
wife with a large stick. She got
hold of a 32 caliber revolver and
shot the negro in the head. The
bullet struck Jorden in the from.
part of the head and followed the
line of the skull all the way around
his head and emerged from the
back. He is reported recovering at
the Municipal Hospital.
Maggie Jorden is being held on
an open charge.
Monday night thieves took six
5C0-foot rolls of number 6 weather-
proof service entrance wire from
behind the Florida Power Corpor-
Seven rolls of the wire were stor-
ed on a shelf in back of the P.wer
Corporation office. Thieves; entered
th-- ailey in what was apparent a
jeep and loaded the rolls on the
vehicle. Upon leaving the s-:en tof
the theft one of the rolls fell off
Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
stated that the Police Department
had a "couple" of suspects under
Minister Group To
Present Movie Sat.
The Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
liance is presenting the movie,
"Oil Town, USA" at the First Me-
thodist Church at 8:,00 p.m. Satur-
The story centers around the life
of Lance Manning, a wealthy Tex-
as oil man, one of the 60,000 who
attended a Sunday afternoon lilly
Graham evangelistic meeting in
Rice Football Stadium in Houston.
After opening scenes at the giant
evangelistic meeting, the plot un-
folds to develop the story of Man-
Already fabulously wealthy as
the head of the Manning Oil Com-
pany, Manning discovers through
a routine geological survey the p s-
sibility of rich oil deposits on the
neighboring Diamond T ranch, on
elated by Jim and Kay Tyler fromn
the Billy Graham Film "Mr. Texas'".
Manning's questionable business
standards and the shady life lie is
living turn his daughter, Chris.
a;aiinst him, and wi h her college'
friend, Jane Hughes, from an ex
elusive Eastern school, she leaves
home. His daughter is the one soft
spot in Manning's life, and despite
his creed which knoWs no God ex
ejt money and no religion except
hard fists and a strong back, s u-
cessive difficulties, climaxed by
fear that his daughter has lbee!
lost in the Texas City disaster, leaf:
Manning to renounce, his hatred '
God and religion.
Chris Maniina had already x eet
m -r.'er] to accrceptI Christ iy11 the r--
iy of din in'I Kay T'yI r, an I
her faijh, to0 t:'..hr -with the cOn.-
r; :]p;iin ministry of [lilly aolt ].
]i:;, 1 I"] tirn Mannting himself to
;Ihe Chrstian life.
There will be no hiarge to the
a.ovie, but an off, rina will he
The legislatures of l4 states
meet every other yea.r.
PAGE TWO "- -.. :- 'UJ-TY, FP.ORIDA
-.M.S. ... -;:--.. Vi^. .ETHOJIST ennifer Brax
~S T \ 2. ',-E:i'. .Y CHURCH CALENDAR On Her
s4 /-..- .". .'A "" a :' 10:00 a.n. Church Jennifer Braxt
"L .' -. CT 1 ,,- ^r ^ ^i school (for all ages) 11:00 a.m. fifth birthday
SCLub in hm oudr C u.Imunion, Dr. A. E. Mid- party at her hoi
SOI S r c s !(n')rok,) guest minister. 12:00 n.
e e.B IlDii.er a; the church. 1:00 p.m. About 25 little
Mrs. OCYL.E MUNN, Editor Dicl 7-546 Piayi .: :'. a-nk ,n-.uInes. session of the first qualr ent to enjoy th,
S.... ,iC r i eoncren'.ce. :00 n.m. Meb- ,see Jennifer as
First Baptist WMS Meets
With Mrs. C. G. Costin
Circle One of tihi Firs-t t-aptisti
WMS met Tuesday afternoon in the
home of Mrs. C 1. Costin with
eight member and one visitor
present. The meeting opened with
prayer by Mrs. Tom Parker.
Mrs. W. Ramsey, program chair-
man, taught a chapter of lhe book,
.Anderson. Mrs;. Lud (;aski. .:.
Is Honored '.Joe (Hndrir. .i;rs. P. ,. Sieson.
Mrs. Byr.n E :- .L.. Ts. Ch:;r j=.
-Wall. Mrs. -Tub-.r Ittc.ards. MTr.
Cannon 1uzett. Mrs. I1! Whilry
and Mrs. B':I Cov'dlen. Prizesi were
won yV Trs. HaTiMo'n, MTrs. King
and Mrs. Anderson.
Arranr enmentm s of lni:'': 'jl(I W ed
zinnias were used as decoration. Vacati
: :'. c ". I9 Thun
On His Fifth Bi-rthday
Mrs.. Joe Hendrix eenie-raineAl
Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6 in
honor of her son, Joe on his 5th
The hostess was as.i.aed i car-
ing for the little guests by Br'rl'da
Ward, Mrs. cannonn Buzzett aIId
Mrs. Byron Eells, Jr.
"The Way of Missionary Educa- ]a-,ors of jumping jacks were wee Vt, .-. 7 ,;.. cation
Lion'.' given each guest. Frid
Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon, circle chair- Refreshments of birthday cake, The Hig;hland View Woman's So- Churcl
man, conducted the business meet- punch aid candy were served. Tie clety of Christian Service met at parent
ing. birthday cake was gaily decora,.ed the home of Mirs. A. B. Pratt at
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry dismissed with miniature flags to celebrate Mexico Beach on Monday evening. PRESG
the meeting with prayer. Flag Day. Mrs. W. H. Weeks gave the devo.- iME
The hostess served delicious cake Invited were thirty-five members tiontl. Mrs. Pratt, vice president, The
and icer cream. of Happy Land Kindergarmen. presided and was in charge of pre- S!pper
The next meeting will be with .- -senting a very beautiful lesson. Tuesd:
Mr.s. W. Ramsey. Youth Hymn Sing Set For Mrs. Katherine Brown read a gram
SMITH KELLEY FirSt Baptist Church Sun. song entitled, "I-Ioly Bible, Book ed for
Divine", written by John burton .
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Smith A youth hymn sing will be held The 31st Psalm was read by Miss
Mr. and Mrs William L Smi at the First Baptist Church Sun- Marjorie Rogers. Ti chapr was
announce the marriage of their
daughter Donna June to Howard day night at 9:00. The youth hymn the basis of the lesson with empha-
daughter Dley, sonna June t. and rs. sing at the Presbyterian Church sis on the first passage, "In Thee,
F.L Kelley of this city on Saturday 1st Sunday was termed as highly 0 Lord, Do I put My Trust", which :
F. Kelley of this city on Saturday given b, M_. Pr^ ,n wa a
May 28. The marirage ..oouk place succes-sful with 75 youth of all chur- traus giv en h i's. P 'aiLn t anld wts a
in the Swiss Chappun, Pitzza dei ches present. The evening featured Six members attended. Guests 1
Martiri, Naples, Italy. piano, organ, two songleaders present were rs. Ada L. Pratt and
Kelley is serving with the US quartettes, fellowship and refresh- the Misses Marjorie Rogers, Nadine
mermy in Italy and Kelley ts. Crutchfield and Barbara Brown.
an army nurse. ---- ..----- After the clo.sin gprayer by Mrs.
Advertising doesn't cosL- it pays.' iar Want A s Get .- ;i Pratt, delicious refreshments were
served to the group.
,.. Return From Vacation
."--'' *''"' -", Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Vandevener S
i ..a. nd daughter Miss Carolyn Byrd
$ -.P .. '' I and Miss Mary Lou Holley ofi '
Blountstown have returned from 0 -
two week's vacation in Chicago, 11:.
where tley were the guests of Mr.
S. Vaaevener's brother and family,:':
S. r. ,' and Mrs. James Vandevener.
L. ... ..- The" attended the Grand Ole C Op'y I 1
B.,i!- r.^fsff^ |P.1 in Nashville. Tenn., and visited witli lu '"
B,'. ,L. e 7: e ,o SIrs. Vandevener's parents i '
FIRST W STARTS 7:45 PM town. Mr. andMrs. A. S.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY Monday & Tuesday Return From C a rd re
DRIGINAL TARZAN HITO y turned from two week's camp atiJ
rhe jungle lovers face terrifying dangers 1V- Camp weed, Carrabelle, Sunday.
,- -'-', --', ,'"'A | ThEy were accompanied home by i
-" ( ]- S Mr. and Mrs.S -lassey Ward. --
dist Yol Hii Fellowship groups. 8.00
p.m. '"LiuIewa'rmne.;s" by the pas-
Monday: S:30 to 11:30 Vacation
Church School. 8:00 p.m. Wom1u's
Society or Christian Service.
Tuesday: 8:30 to 11:30, Vaca.-oni
guests were serve
day cake, salted
As the ugests
was presented w
THURSODAY, JU?4E 30, 19%6
ton celebrated her
,ith an afternoon
me on Seventh St.
guests were pres-
e occasion and to
she opened her
several games the
ed ice cream, birth-
A nuts, mints and
were leaving, each
ith a party favor.
Braxton in serv-
nesd-ay: S:30 to 11:30 a.-r. ing were Mrs. Ellen Kirkland, Mrs.
on Church School. 8:00 p. J. A. Connell, Mrs. M. L. Britt and
r Service. Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
rsday: 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Va- __
ay: 8:00 p.m. Vacation
SSchool Commencement. All HOSPITAL
s especially invited.
BYTERIAN MEN'S CLUB Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wilson
ETING SET FOR TUESDAY of Oak Grove announce the birth
Presbyterian Men's Club of a daughter, Charlotte Willie Dell
r meeting will be held next Wilson on June 22 in the Muniei-
ay night at 7:30. A good pro- pal Hospital. The young lady
and fellowship will be provid- weighed 7 1lbs., 6% ozs.
all. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Jolly of
sorted Each Loaf
-, 49c BREAD
6 Inch Layer
Reid Avenue, Next To Danley's
5 iB~~mPbB Q
St. Joe announce the birth of a Visitors From Tampa
daughter, Sandra Dianne on June Mrs. Joe Sharie, Jr., and daugh-
24 in the Municipal Hospital. The ter, Barbara Bennett of Tampa, re-
baby weighed 8 lbs. Mrs. Jolly will turned to their home after spend-
be remembered as the former Miss ing several days here as the guests
Nita Vern Love of this city. of Mr. and rMs. Joe Sharit, Sr., on
It pays to advertise try it! Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS.
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THEATRE OPENS DAlbY 3:00P. M. -SATURDAYS 1:00 P.M.
IC 4t00* -;- e**=0 *0 e^-<+- 4
Wackier Than Ever -
PERCY l* ,, .._: I ,
"HIDE AND SHRIEK"
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"BOO RIBBON WINNER"
CHAPTER 15 of SERIAL
SUNDAY and MONDAY
"Private Eye Pooch"
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"PAW'S NIGHT OUT"
UDiE lllBRPHY- MARI BLANCHfiDi
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THOMAS MITCHELL,' dEi C ).swa-Wallace Frorltary Wicke.
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THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1955
THE STAR. PORT ST+. JOF- GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
~~~TA ~ ~ ~ C _. P0P 'IT, JOE: GUL QONY PLID T1-~5UR8DAY JW~-II SO 19
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. IRAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor .Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader anil Bookkeeper
Entered as second-clasq matter, i) cib r 1. i!)37, at the
Postosfice, Port St. Joe, Fla., unler Act of M.arch 3, 1879.
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tisenient, th, publish -r. lios ]i',T l l ];;ii for
darnages i Urther lthan i n oin, t : 'n.(pfr d io r uchi iv1erLi-m'ci w nt
Thin sp]okfin word is given -canit attention; the prinltcd word
is thoughtfully weighed. The splntl: ro d barely and n s:
the printed word thoroughly 'norsincea The spoken word
is lost- thI irintcd word remains.
THE FOURTH OF JULY
We remember when we were a child, which
wasn't so long ago, that the cry of the nation
was to urge parents to be careful of firecrackers.
Parents were very rigid about the type and power
of crackers bought by children, but nevertheless,
each Fourth, several children were injured by
fireworks. At times, we have had a finger or
two burned by these, but we enjoyed them all
One of the best things remembered about
the Fourth was the popping of firecrackers. Now
it is against the law to protect the children.
Well, we have preserved the children from
most of our nation from the burns and hurt fin-
gers of fireworks. Now, however, the children
face an even more dangerous hazard that of
the automobile. Already reams and reams have
been written about safety on the highway. "Be
careful, or make a beautiful corpse" they say.
Surely the automobile is a form of enjoyment
and a means of travel to more enjoyment in this
the wheel age. But, if used improperly, it will
kill you deader than a mackerel. The fire-
cracker was a form of amusement to the chil-
dren and annoyance to the parents, but it
could hurt or maime if used improperly.
What we are getting at is that you should
be careful over this -week end. Everything you
do whether for enjoyment or *otherwise has'
an element of danger in it. ft you go to the
beach. t,1k,- car- on the highway. be sre you
don't go swimming on a full stomach, and be
sure you stay away from deep w after t]hen he
careful on the highway back l- nome. Yve urge,
this upon you in this period when practically
the whole nation is set upon enjoying itself
for a period of time. "Be car-ful, because you
might be one of our subscribers and we are
partial to these people".
IS THIS TRIP NE(W '.: .
Recent developments in Sai Francisco and
Moscow, whether inspired bi the UN's tenth
birthday party or by the imminence of the
'summit" conference in Genieva, have given
Americans the clearest view of -,hat lies ahead
that they have had in years of diplomatic sha-
Running interference for his Kremlin boss.
Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov cast aside the
oily urbanity he has been wearing during nis
latest visit to the US and repeated to the UN
anniversary assemblage at San Francisco the.
tineadbare Russian formula for peace, with t1he
additional suggestions that Red China be seated
in the UN, take part in disarmament talks -And
Formosa be "returned" to the Chinese Cornm-
In the Kremlin, almost while Molotox was
speaking here, Premier Bulganin and India's
Premier Nehru signed a joint declaration thai
disposed of any remaining suspicion of India's
"neutrality" and called for the admission of Red
China to the UN and the surrender of Formosa
to these bandits.
The basic issues now posed make waste-
paper of the "agenda" that Messrs. Dulles, Mac-
millan and Pinay have been struggling over.
Our leaders should be able to decide best, right
here at home, whether or not we shall abandon
our pledge to defend Formosa and agree ignom-
iniously to oust the Chinese Nationalist delegate
from his UN seat to make room for another
Kremlin stooge in this congregation.
Tnss. IL vould look from here, weeks in ad-
vance of t[Iat i'ig Four summiti" conference, that
Sheads of ,,tate will have very little to do in
.,neva -- except to say "yes" or "no". And we
can think of no better way of saving one mil-
lion of our tax dollars the amount set aside
for this expedition
State to write, wire
WSC3 Cir-ce 1 Meets With ley.
After a short business session the
iVs. C'l Armstrong meeting was dismissed with the
C- S AWSCS benediction.
circid 1 of the womanas Society It was announced that the next
of ChrisU-ian Service of1 he First 'meeting would be held in the home
\Iethodii.t Church met Monday af- of Mrs. Buck Griffin.
Ltrnoon in Lle home of Mrs. Carl Refreshments were served to
rmsLtrong. i those present and to two visitors,
"Our Purpose and Eimbletm of the Mrs. Fred Davis and Mrs. Ed Ram-
\Vo!i:nij]s Society" was the topic of sey, president of the Woman's So-
t(- 1rsaii with li Mrs. 2. T. Jones, ciety of Christian Service.
Jr., in ciharge. The prograin opened ._ .
with the singing of "A Charge To Leave For Texas
Keep I Have" followed with a de- Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Miller
votional given by Mrs. Fred Davis. left Monday for Bastrop, Texas
Scripture was taken from John 21: where they will attend the ordin-
15-19 and Matt. 28:16-20. Mrs. Ed ation service of the Rev. Scott
Riamsey led in a prayer. Copeland. Rev. Miller will preach
Those making part on the pro- the ordination sermon. They will
gram were' Mrs. Buck Griffin, Mrs. return to St. Joe the first of the
John Blounti and Mrs. Fennon Tal- s eek.
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- than for our Chief of
Friendly Savings And
Taflah-m-, Fla. JL14.o
Eases heartburn, belch.
Ing, discomfort of
4% ouncess '89C
Quests of Brinsons
Mrs. Robert Bedwell and son
Keith of Ashford, Ala., accompan-
ied Miss Sibbie Brinson home and
will be the guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brinson for
several days. Miss Brinaon has been
visiting in Ashford for a week.
cooler in summer-warmw In
winter. We blow Fiberglaw
Insulation into the walls from
outside. No fuss or mum.&
us for freu eslima le
2324 3rd St., Panama City
PHONE PO 3-2432
Episcopal Discussion Group
Will Meet On July 12
The Discussion Group which
meets every Tuesday night in the
Rectory of !St. James' Episcopal
Church, 116 Hunter Circle, will not
meet until July 12 at 8:15.
Topic fo rthat date, 'Resurrec-
tion". A Christian looks for "a res-
surrection". Most people feel that
upon death the soul goes to be with
God. Christ was raised from the
dead. Apparently the death (or life)
of an individual is somehow caught
up in what happened to Jesus.
The discussion group is open to
everyone, and during the course
of the evening, the hostess, Mrs.
Thomas Miller, will serve coffee.
The leader is Rev. Thomas R.
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DELIVERY TO HOMES EVERY 2 WEEKS
To Place An Order or Purchase This Water
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PIGGLY WIGGLY SUPER MARK IT
Bottled by A. E. Jackson and Son, Perry, Fla.
"We use McCulloch Chain r
Saws because they have '
what it takes to er'm
day in and day out on any" .
kind of lo.jgirg job And
,we recommend ihem fcr ..'
loggers who want to lower
costs and speed up produc-
tion -. -- '
So tdys Albert Belcher, '-
president of W. A. Belcher Lumber Company, past presi.
dent of the Alabama Forest Products Association and a
director of the Southern Pine Association.
"We've been using McCulloch Chain Saws exclusively since
they came on the market in 1948," he says. "Their light
weight, ease of handling and dependability make McCul-
loch's four outstanding models top choice with us."
W. A. Belcher Lumber Company is one of the largest
lumber manufacturers in the South.
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162. p V8
180 .P V8
See that fine fat mountain yonder?
You can iron it out, flat as a flounder and
easy as whistling!
Just point one of Chevrolet's special hill-
flatteners at it (either the 162-h.p. "Turbo-Fire
V8" or the 180-h.p. "Super Turbo-Fire"*) .
and pull the trigger!
Mister, you got you a flat mountain!
... At least it feels flat. For these Chevrolet
V8's gobble up the toughest grades you can
ladle out. And holler for more. They love to climb,
because that's just about the only time the throttle
ever comes near the floorboard.
And that's a pity. For here are engines that
sing as sweetly as a dynamo built to pour out
a torrent of pure, vibrationless power. Big-bore
V8's with the shortest stroke in the industry, de-
signed to gulp huge breaths of fresh air and trans-
mute it into blazing acceleration.
So most of the time they loaf. Even at the
speed limit they just dream along, light and easy
as a zephyr, purring out an effortless fraction of
An engineer instantly understands why these
V8's are so hyper-efficient how friction is held
so low they need just four quarts of oil instead of
the usual five or more ... how big valves let them
breathe" deeply for maximum power.
But you don't have to be an engineer to know
that these are the sweetest running V8's you ever
piloted. Just come in, slip behind the wheel, and
point the nose at the nearest hill. These V8's can
do their own talking and nobody argues
with them *Otional a etraa
Oregon 1,Chains Available
on All Makes of
Paul Carter's Service Blountstown, Florida
Panama City, Florida CLEMENTS
Phone: Sunset 5-6051 Standard Service Station
673 Harrison Avenue Phone: 95
Corner Williams Ave. and Jh St.
Corner Williams Ave. and 4th St.
.T.SB. Y CHEVROLET CO.
PHONE BAll 7-2221
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71- L'7 ,T N7. POT tolT. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
TM9URS9DAY, JVWZ 30,~ 1966
T-'i STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, PLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Dykes and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rester of Chat-
son, Toby and 'iMrs. W. B. Dykes tahoochee and Mrs. Trudy Holly and
Imotored to Panama City Saturday sons, Elmer and William and grand-
Sbu- ii (s. daughter, Avon of Apalachicola
St''L e--.e 'u'ned ho:e Sun- spel# Sunday visiting with Mr. and
day after spending a week with Mrs. A. W. Murphy.
his grandparents. Mhr. and Mrs. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows of
Carl Deese. Panama City spent the week end
.\linnie Ola Ray, a nurse at Moul- with the latter's parents, Mr. and
trie. (;a.. spent several days visit- Mrs. Richard Hanlon.
int with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. We are sorry to say that Mr. Lon-
ness. L. P. Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Corl Dee 'tand hMrs. Carl Deese and Betty spent
Betty and Steve )(ese motored to \ed.netday in Panama City visit-
CotLondale Saturday on business. in h friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar De~es;and Mrs. N. G. Fears and children of
children of :Panama Ciy spent the \tarianna spent Sunday with Mr.
week end visiting with: tir. and and .\rs. Cleveland Hall.
Mrs. Carl Deese. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
MA. and Mrs. Jason Dyke.s and c ,ildre-n are spending several weeks
son, Toby spent Sunday in Apala- ii_ Cross City and Perry 'visiting
chicola visiting with Mir. and Mrsi. wVith friends and relatives.
Willie Dykes and family. h's. Pelham Revells, Mrs. Er-
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Darby of nest Lightfoot and Mrs. Bufford
Tyndall spent Sunday visiting with Griffin and daughter, Wyvonne
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent Thursday in Gordon, Ala.,
W. C. Wilson. with friends and relatives.
BILL'S PLUMBING SHOP
203 Third Street -- Beside Piggly Wiggly
Phone, diy 7-3091 Nite, 7-7846
We Repair Any Model OUTBOARD MOTORS
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Avenue Bpilst Chucrh
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor I
- 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
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall and
Miss Lucile Stripling motored to
Panama City Wednesday on busi-
601 Long Avemn a
By HELEN NORRIS
nie Gay is ill and his many friends
wish him a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson are
announcing the birth of a daughter.
The young lady has been named
Charlotte Willie Dale.
Miss Boncile Dykes spent Mon-
day in Tyndall Field visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Darby.
Will Ray of Altha, spent several
days visiting with his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
Lloyd Deese, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Deese of Panama 'City is
spending a week visiting with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Leave For New York
Mrs. Albert Ward and daughter
Bobbie left by plane Sunday for
New York City where they will
visit points of Interest in New York
and Washington, D, C,
Visitors From S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Brinson
and son Randy of Columbia, S. C.,
and Curtis Brinson of West Palm
Beach are the guests of their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brinson
on 10th Street.
New Gulf N o ox gives you
not just the highest octane but...
Remember this picture? This is Gulf's
famous burner demonstration-proof of
what a difference Gulf super-refining
makes. Notice that Gulf refines out the
"dirty-burning tail-end" of gasoline...
instead of fighting it, inside your engine,
with so-called "miracle additives." That's
why new, clean-burning Gulf NO-NOX
can promise you not just highest octane,
but full working octane.
because its super-refined
to burn clean
No gasoline, no matter how high the octane,
can keep on giving you full power from your
engine unless it burns clean.
That's why New Gulf NO-NOX is your best
gasoline buy. In making new NO-NOX, Gulf
refines out the"dirty-burning tail-end" of gaso-
line, the No. 1 troublemaker in today's high-
As a result, you get a clean-burning gaso-
line that gives you:
* More complete engine protection than you
get with so-called "miracle-additive" gaso-
* Extra gasoline mileage in the kind of short-
trip, stop-and-go driving motorists do most
*.Freedom from vapor lock, stalling and
stumbling in hot-weather driving
* No knock, no surface pre-ignition -
even in today's high-compression engines
Now! For the ultimate in working octane performance., always use Gulf's
super-refined gas-oil team...New Gulf IIlux Gasoline and ,
G4g^ \ New Gulfpride H.D.Select Motor OilH
1 tf fSS\ The only motor oil in the world that's (pw -r.rfntd b, the Alchlor
Process for modern high-compressior engine e.
0 Controls carbon-cause of knock, pre-igitioin. valve failure.
\ IGl^ ) \ Combats corrosive acids, rust and deposits on enci'ne parts.
Assures lower oil consumption th.in '-aU-:-ea.s:.n" oils .
I_ _^J;-----'' Provides the toughest protective film e'.er developed.
LAvailable in 3 grades-SAE 10W, SAE 20/20W, SAE 30-for each season. .
C. R. WITHERSPOON, Distributor, Gulf Oil Products,
Under the federal grants-in-aid
program a total of $90,964,796 was
"returned" to Florida governmen-
tal agencies and to individuals liv-
ing in the state during the fiscal
This amount was 13 per cent of
the total federal internal revenue
collections in Florida during the
same period. The national figure
was 6 per cent. Further, the Flor-
ida total represented 1.9 per cent
of the total income of Floridians
compared with a national average
of 1.6 per cent. The $90 million
Florida total was 4.6 per cent above
the previous year's payments while
the national total increased 5.6 per
cent, the Florida iState Chamber of
Commerce brought out this week.
The principal categories under
which grants were paid in Florida
are listed in this week's business
review of the State [Chamber's re-
search and industrial division. The
largest payment was for old age
assistance, $26,451,048, up 17 per
cent over the previous year. Veter-
ans programs amounted to $18,211,-
503, down by 23 per cent. Other
payments, none of which varied
substantially, were aid to depen-
dent children. $10,905,438; agrieul-
Oaerision flnnD,, en'tCos -t 1 iVS
THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1955
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Minutes of the Regular Meeting o
the City Commission of theC it
of Port St. Jou, F'loinua, hld in th
Musieipal Buildinu on the a 21 d
o0 June AD., l5;.i at 8:00 P.1M.
The Regular iMeetin' o0f the City Cam
mission was held at this time with Co:n
mnissioners Raine3y, Smith, Tharpe, Winiber
ly anid \Mayor Belin present. Clerk lien
derson was also present.
Minutes of the previous e meetings of Junm
7, 1oa55 were read aild approved.
Commissiolwr, Satinth introduced Ordin
dance No. 149X:
An Ordinance to be known as the Occu-
pational License Ordinance of the City of
Port St. Joe; giving definitions of certain
terms; adopting laws, rules and regulations
connected with, incident to and governing
occupational licenses; fixing license fees
for various businesses, occupations and pro-
fessions; fixing license fee for businesses
occupations and professions not specifically
covered; repealing all ordinances or parts
of ordinances in conflict with this Ordin-
ance; declaring that if a portion of this
ordinance is held to be void or of no effect
such holding not to effect the remaiinig
portion of ordinance; making and constitut-
ing each day's violation of the terms of
the ordinance a separate offense, punishable
as such: prescribing penalty for violation;
and declaring the effective date. . .
Commissioner Ramsey moved that Ordin-
ance No. 1. IX be read in full flor th first
time. This was seconded by Commissioner
Tharpe and unanimously carried ayes five,
nays none antld ordinance No. 141X w.
read in full for thie first time.
Mayor Belin recommended that Ordin-
ance No. 149X be tabled for further con-
sideration itl, tie next ,_ Mli hig o'
lthe City Council, July ', and thant
Section 27 of Ordinance No. 149X relative
to emergency passage, be deleted from tie
ordinance Whereupon Comnisn ioner Smilbl
moved that Ordinance No. 1i19X be givien
further consideration by i, a second
ime time title i only at Regular
Meeting of the City Council. This was sec-
onded by Commissioner Wimberly and iupon
a vote there were ayes five, nays none.
DIAL BA 7-4331
ies, wives or not. The House refus-
ed to go along and resented the ef-
fort of the Senate to tell the House
o how to run its business. -
Both House and Senate .seem to
have lost sight of the fact that
Government is Big Business and
that the spending of taxpayers
money in vast amounts is an issue
No business or industry in the
State can compare in size with the
business of government and it is
ridiculous to think that a legislative
body can operate efficiently and
effectively without clerical help.
The amount of mone spent on
secretaries is trivial in comparison
to the vast sums allocated for ex-
penditure by the legislative body,
and the only consideration as to
the employment of such help should
be on the question of ability.
If a senator or representative is
fortunate enough to have a wife
who is fully qualified to serve as
his secretary there is no reason in
the world why she should not be
so employed and chances are, she
will do a much better job than
some teen-aged attache who might
be engaged on a political basis.
If we were to disqualify all
bachelors for both House and Sen-
ate and send only married men to
Tallahasse eand require that their
wives accompany them with all
expenses paid whether they worked
or not, we would have the hardest
working, most efficient legislature
in the State's history. Wives have
a stabilizing influence, and if these
legislators had to answer to their
wives throughout the entire session
as well as the taxpayers, we'd all
get a better break.
I venture to say that if the wives
SBzzetffs Drug Store
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..vertnnnr",onn-m' saw -nIt"acY -
Florida Percentage Is High ------' -- ----
In Federal Funds Received MINUTES OF THE
11 vitamins plus 12
minerals in one tablet
daily. 2 59
$10,252,665; highways $7,009,648;
national guard and Its air arm $3,-
478,824; education programs $5,-
314,444; public health service and
research $2,167,894; unemployment
compensation $2,946,904; aid to the
blind $1,283,921 and the airport pro-
gram $274,203. The balance ($2,668,-
304) included grants for civil de-
fense, housing, crippled children
and wildlife restoration.
Vacationing In Loulslanna
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Gautreaux
and sons, Kirby and Kenneth are
vacationing in New Orleans and
rhibodaux, La. While in Thibodaux
they will be the guests of Mrs. Gau-
treaux's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Franklin, Gulf and Wakulla Counties
is sR~p~K~.rFane~;ri~-WaeC~yl~~ r;,~t~E~:~"I~B~'b
..------ -..- ..-.....-- of our legislators were to replace
: f. their esteemed husbands and had
S"" i' full authority to press buttons that
I ., egisLer votes they would do a lot
B "Y .. better job than their husband is
BY RUSSELL KAY have, and when the smoke d
Scieared we would find that tic ir
ilei-slation was more in line wi h
\ bhile the legislaLure is sutpped teie
Siiie public interest.
to be conceicrneid it 1 r ilie. proitiii'i s
to be concerned e Representative Mlarvin B. KniiLit
of reapportion nt, a st i t of Cal suggested that
Tampa Morning Tri e ,. ..i of Calhoun suggested that eaclh
Tampa rnilg T'.I ii p i ti 'legislator be allowed a wife an i
out that a number of lte.islators had
r e ti t secretary on the payroll. T, .t
their wives oroll wouldn't work. It would be much
varies, took their minds off the busi- better to have just a wife. I me !
n1ess at hand and started a verbal their OWN wives.
free-for-all. O i
free-for-all. Finally Speaker Ted David i t
The SenaLe which has clowned fed up with the horseplay and put
ithroughliout most of the ilegular ses-
a sto pto it by referring Knig
sion and the special SesSiOn. Came I i
1 t t 'amendment to the non-existent
ip With a move to fire all secretiar- -,,,ifte ,,' ,;..... ..
CrrMItLUL ee on wives, nimiVtes 1
Representative Volie Williams of
Seminole offered a substitute mo-
tion which in effect told : a
Senate to go peddle its fish and
the House would take care of is
own affairs without Senate aid or
suggestions. It would authorize
the Senate to dismiss its secret ii -
if it chose t odo so but would int
apply to the House. The Williams
amendment passed by a vote of IS
The problem of reapportionment
is a tough one. It can never be
solved equitably and fairly under
our present Constitution and gives
evidence of the imperative need of
complete constitutional revision
with an entirely new system of
meeting such emergencies.
In the meantime we have present
laws tc deal with and we should
make the best of it and act like
grown-ups instead of children in
seeking the solution. Some sena-
tors are going to get hurt, it can't
be avoided. So let's make up our
mind WHO and have it over with.
Guests From Altha
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts had
as their guests over the week end,
Mr. Roberts' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Roberts of Altha.
- TAR,- PORT- STC JO ULP UNT' LORIDA T RJUNE 30, 195
food Store you'll discover
the WOcld a I
Large "shaggy" halves packed in
rich heavy syrup with that tree-
ripened flavor...just like home
START THE 4th OFF WITH A BANG.
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CHECK THESE QUALITY GROCERIES AT SUCH A LOW, LOW PRICE
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
JUNE 30 and JULY 1 and 2
U. S. GOVERNMENT BRANDED BEEF
Round Steak LB. 69c
U. S. GOVERNMENT BRANDED BEEF
Brisket Stew 5 Lbs. $100
U. S. GOVERNMENT BRANDED BEEF
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Now Is The Time To Cook In
CHEESE 2 lb. 55c
OLEO lb. 18c
Cinnamon Rolls can 25c
2 Ib. 36c
.-Buy Your Ice
Cream At IGA-Supreme
JUICE 2for 25c
McKenzie's Turnip, Mustard, Collards
GREENS 2 for 35c
PIES 2 for 49c
Make Those Dogs Grow--Feed Them
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NABISCO LB. BOX
We Carry A Complete Line of Western Heavy Beef.
Come In Today and Save!
U. S. GOVERNMENT BRANDED BEEF
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THURSDAY, JUNE 30p' 1956
i He STAR, PORT ST. JO-E, GULF COUNI-Y. FLORIDA
S-;. I"STAR, PORT ST. .JOE, GULF COUNT's, FLORIDA
0. Guoe Paterson, Bill Lee, L. H. Kelly, Franklin, Earnest and WI;ayne 11 f
Cfeor, Venna Byrd, Pt. T. McCormick. Ite- Coffee Springs, Ala., were vJsixiLn'
',- .-.i-hnenLts served were cokes, po- his sun lald family'. \lc. ;1,1 \l'-.
THURSDAY, JUNE 30, *. "'
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By MARTHA RAY
Mrs. Rhoden Pre'csiiul i-ot ,'.
Mrs. Gwen Hatfield wil '
shower Monday nii 1aI- '
Those present were: Mrs. Nolh
lPatLlerson, Bill Le, JK t Killobuurn, "
D a n llatr field 'I L ni l .i i iL ,,' '
George Davis, Mad Croane', .'.:-
don Adams. Ovide 'unch, .
Parker, Geor-, l ain and -.
E ,Al:T .. .
':7 / ,
,1'. 8 I' "" -
.. ': fie. 7y ] 's.on. Mrs.
1. r- ;riftin. :and Eula
: ': (l 1b .f iIighland
\ ^, :*.. i .- 0. i'lan: are b>-
.... : i '. : r opening of the
.. h center. Any-
it n helpin ghe chil-
S' : View are asked
,h wit h any club
S. :., eu y aL their meet-
..- :, on 6Lith St.
'o.i i iams and Mrs.
.)rd Mrs. Willie Mae
-h.. 0 a stork .shower Fri-
*;y ;..' Ju 21. Those present
... i: '. VC. fC. lForehand, Mae
.. '. lel Carl Grissett,
I.:* C c, Gwein Hatfield, Addie
-. is Gay. Those sending
S. : V. it. Weeks,
Cocer, 'Katherine Douglas,
S' ''ri:-; Juanita Casey, Lizzie
1) F loyd'. Curtis O'B rian, iene' iiile .s o .i J, a.
,;l 1,, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles visited
fieldel, Eidith Whitfield, Nis father, Wright Miles of South-
rine lro\-n, Ida Jean Douglas, port over the week end.
i ns. Nell Paterson, M. L. Mrs. Walter Hall and sons,
srI- u..' r. .wn
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o Fast-Freeze Shelves
o Separate Pastry Rack
o Frozen Juice Can Holder
o Removable Door Shelves
o Du'Ijux or Porcelain Exterior
o -.' ; or left-opening
door 'at no extra cost
o ,' .- :-' Grille Fronts
* Colorful interior-with rich
* Food Index ... tells what's
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* Automatic Interior Light
* Target Light Safety Signal '
* Holds up to 437 lbs.
* Only 33V/ inches wide
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DAILY BAII 7-5271
209 REID AVE.
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V- -..- ,i..... d i ,rid School
To Start In Highland View
ltao chips and cuukies.
A r. and Mrs. B. A. Peters spent
the weekend with their daughter,
Mrs. Nellie Marshall of Clarksville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Martin
and sons of Vernon were visiting
over the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Kelly and family.
AMr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin and
children spent last week end in
Jacksonville visiting friends and
Misses Nadine and Charlotte Ma-
loy of Jacksonville are visiting
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mearlin Pridgeon of Fitz-
gerald, Ga., is visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Christmas.
We welcome to our community,
iev. McIntash, the new pastor of
the Highland. View Assembly of
Mrs. Carlos Miles visited her
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
li f -Man. Ga.
ing. Reports from various chair- rip-iorted LO ohav e learned m ich
men were heard and old and new from '1h3 1ul schedule they had
business discussed. The meeting from G:30 a.m. c io 11:25 p.m. They
was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Lt cced slate officers and tooe-
W. I. Garden. charge of 'lorida's government for
The hostess, assisted by her one day. 1Howeve'r, their session
daughter, Ann, served refreshments had to be out shorL because of the
to those present. legislature meeting there at this
-- time. They learned many things
HIGHLAND VIEW METHODISTS about Florida's government and
HAVE QUARTER CONFERENCE how it ticks.
----I Mr. and Mirs. I. A. Ilardy have
Highland View Methodist Church been advised to expect their son
will hold their first quarterly con Aubrey, USN nowi stationed at San-
ference for the 1955-56 conference ford, home for the holiday week
year July 3, 1955, at 11:00. The sac- end. He pians to arrive today.
raments of Holy Communion will Mr. and Mtrs. Harold Kirkland
be observed. Dr. A. E. Middle- and baby left Saturday for their
brooks, district superintendent of home in Acme, X. C., a Ler spend-
the Marianna District, will be the ing several days here with Mr.s.
guest minister. Lunch will be Kirkland's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
served at the church. Immediately SieLs Pridgeon.
following the noon hour the busi- Mr. and iMr. \Walter Stafford
ness session will be held with Dr. and son, Larry d returned Saturday
Middlebrooks presiding. after a week's vacation visiting Mr.
Everyone is cordially invited to Stafford's mother, Mrs. J. VW. Staf-
worship with us. ford and other relatives in Smith-
field, North Carolina. They took
Advertising doesn't cost, it PAYS! in points of interest in Atlanta. Ca.
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Visitor From Climax
Miss Mary Jeter of Climax, Ga.,
is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
George Johnson and Mr. and Mrs
R. IH. Brinson. Mrs. Jeter is a re-
tired school teacher and ha l caught
school for fifty years, 25 years in
Gadsden County. This is her first
visit here. Miss Jeter is 91 years
Asheville, N. Carolina.
Circle No. 1 me twi li Aliss Edna
Davis al lie home of tMr. and Mrs.
B. A. Pridgeon at 3:00 p.m. Mon-
The meeting was opened by
prayer led by Mrs. Stets Pridgeon.
A short business session was
held after which the meeting was
closed by repeating the Lord's
Prayer. Refreshments were served
by the hostess to: Mesd.
chlir and .Farnes Harper.
The G. A.'s met at the hoaint; of
Mrs. Stels Fridg on Tuesliv- a-','-
noon at 4:00 p.m. with Misses
Peggy Chafin, Mary Helen Kirk-
land, Elizabeth and Sarah HaIlrper
present. After a business sesyJion.
Ithe hostess served them refresh-
S BY WA
JAY S OGT .
Picture lessons For
DON'T try to drive and sii-htsee at
the same time -
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*And keep down your speed
W\Valter Hall, Jr. i \. ,, '-, 0 :7 ItR The Vacation Chur1'1n b jo )l will
Miss Betry Jean marshall and __ begin at the Highland Vie ,, Mletho-
brother, J. W. of Clarksville arei dst Church, Monday. Ju y 1. a:
Circe lit, n Lt e home O
viitiing their grandiparenii Ar. C l I IL home a'
visiingd thrs. 3. A. Petrs. naren, Mr n 8 S-30. Children of all denoin Ination
nd Mrs. A. Petrs invited. No doctrine ,vill b,
Mrs. Mary Hutcherson an d n o au1 ''ll. Songs stories. .xiins, r.-
daughter. Grace of Tampa are visit- The n t in 1t pn i fres taihents and toandir,. i'are
ing with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Christ- 1 ip.lr L'c.i ui, ta 1st Peter lfe o iont highlight s 'f r1'
: U1-1L alnt is L'ihi. 10:3L b i Mrs. iiglli''111 s tin
gnas. torg, i.lrpi r In the absncs of school. The school will cl''e a each
Sgt. Earnest B. Pridgeon of AIL- l I1ii. r l ii. b11. cioro u day at 11:30. On Priday t ali
bany, Ga., is visiting his grand- tiok ch. 1 C he roram: anot p9renits are invited to i.:' id the
mother, Mrs. E. B. Pridgeon. Wok clin IiL Ii aci ,il ,ninenlemeni program of lhe Va-
I Claren1e and sons of i)ollV, ; l\' disc1lssio 1 11 L L 11 i a-n O n
Mr. Clarence and sons of Albany. II I I i b r caion Church School. Tel dales
Ga., are visiting his brother and IaiLed'b a lll,. ioC' w s r cro Jul c 4 to 8.dates
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Christ- l h Rev. Douglas Newsome pastor.
ma, s. 0w h1101 fLi' c ich Mrs. HIorton
mc led illn pIraOr an"ld adjourned the will be lie general superh indent.
s meeting. Jefr'shinents of cokes -sisting hini will be \i. Essic
First Baptist Circde No. ,ad ol l ace dwiches were V. KKnight, Mlisses Balrbc:h Gay,
3 Has Meeting Monday s rved by the L .Iostess to: Aes- Martha Raye and Marjorie Itogers.
----_ dailies llinrv 3SuwLll, E. L. Antley,
Circle 3 of the Woman's Mission- and Sam dvards. TALLAHASSEE All leaves
ary Union of the First Baptist iMrs. 11. A. raxton and children ]ave been cancelled anl state
Church met Monday in the home n ae spending_ a Lto week vacation patrolmien will be on Flori : high-
of Mrs. George Davis at St. Joe in Cottondale visiting her mother, iays "in full force" to ke, p down
Beach with seven members and: c. Gracie Pipin accidents over the long FI trth of
one visitor present. Mrs. E. C. Ca: 'rs. Jimmy Spuois and children July holiday, Patrol Director H.
son had charge of the program, hav e been here this week visitii g Kirkman said this week.
"Stewavrdship". Miss Ann Davis, C parenis, ,r. andC Mrs. Carter "Every member of the patrol
YWA member, brought the devo- ai d will be on the highways conmmeli -.
tional taken from Jeremiah 22: ing Friday and will slay there
13-18. rends of L. Whier will re aioud the clock" until the holiday
Mrs1. .C'aso to learn thLat he is a patient ends at midnight Monday. July '4.
Mrs. Cason gave an interesting the Municipal Hospital. e said.
and informative talk on Steward- ( Miv-r Harper who represented a accidents illed 12 per
ship followed with prayer. ,, Amercan Legion Post No. 11 sons on Forida highway last
Mrs. Charles Gill, chairman, pre- of Port St. Joe in Tallahassee at Fourth of July.
sided over a .short business meet-i 1' P, Suate r-turned Saturday. He1-
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Medical science has made a
great deal of progress in the last
few years in isolating allergy-
causing substances- pollens,
dusts, foods and others. And
with this recognition has come
new methods of treatment, ways
of avoiding the discomfort of
-this old plague of mankind. If
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AUTO BARGAIN: $295 will buy a
good Packard auto with radio,
heater and extra good set of tires.
H1 F. Ayers. Phone 7-3986. tf
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
seems to have an allergy, con- 7-9351.
suit your doctor. Chances are he'
can help you quickly. And if he BARGAINS WATCHES
prescribes any of the new dis- Guaranteed-Reconditioned
coveries in drugs to aid you, Bulovas-Hamiltons-Elgins, 17, 19
bring his prescription to us for and 21 Jewel Movements $12.50 to
prompt, accurate compounding. ;$19.50. Note: These watches have
tt Ibeen recently cleaned, re-oiled, reg-
S'ulated and test-run. With proper
f care thLiey will give years of faithful
PARKER'S JEWELRY CO.
Buzzett'S Drug Store Lawson Hotel Building
DIAL BA 7-3371 'FOR SALE: 8 cottages, all furnish-
ed; waterfront corner lot and one
--.. -- ..-...--.----.. adjacent rear lot, unimproved. All
Ten million persons will pay the at Beacon Hill. Contact Silas R.
final installments on their auto- Stone, 321 Reid Ave. tfc-6-1 ]
mobiles this year. -,--
FOR SALE: Scratch pads, ditto --.---..----
paper, second sheets, sales books FOR RENT: 2-bedroom unfurnish-
guest checks. THE STAR, Phone ed aparLment. Dial 7-4811 or see
61 for delivery. i Mrs. Sanders Chitty. 2tp
W. 'i 'lNTI
1 b!.rL-oom.i furnished | our receipts to the page. The Star. Rev. Ned Iverson To
Suita: for coupe. ----Hold Meeting At Beach
-_ I LODGE NOTICES
=OFR RENT: a d do wv.nstairs-
nFOR RENt : u 22 7th 1 WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, Rev. Ned Iverson of Augusta, Gal,
-.n. ial 7-.1 iTP. ip, THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- will hold services at Mexico Beach
S... .. In~o first and third Monday nights July 17 through 21. The Christian
FOR RENT: FurniLo,1,l apartment 800 p.m., American Legion Home .Fellowship of Mexico Beach, under
........... ... MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.- the direction of Rev. Bill Iverson,
S :," Por:. St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular local Presbyterian pastor, will spon-
E ,:.. ... meetings 2nd and 4th Fri- sor the meeting. Rev. Ned Iverson
days each month, 8:00 p. m. is a evangelist ho has been la-
PHOTOSTAT COPIES made of any Members urged to attend; I a evangelist who has been la.
important paper you want to pro- visiting brothers welcome. W. L. boring with great success through-
serve. $1.00 per copy. THE STAR, Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick, out the South. He is the son of Rev.
Dial 7-3161. secretary. Daniel Iverson, who has seld ser-
LAWN NEED MOWING.toprotect vices here and the brother of the
your .shrabbery? Cal: Ed Bobbitt, LOYAL ORDER local pastor.
BAil 7-7711. OF MOOSE e .
.. ... ...... M meeting night ev. i :' ,
STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters ery other Monday. : Star Want Ads Get Results
for your used furniture and ap Meetings at Moose /
pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone 11a, 310 Fourth St. R.A. M Regua convocation of
291. WE BUY AND SELL. tf R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
Keys M'vc de WViile You Wait O. F.-Meets first and third Thurs- M., 2nd and 4th Monday&. All vialt-
35c EACH days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All ing companions welcome. Jimmy
WESTERN AUTO Imembers urged to attend; visiting Greer, High Priest; H. R. Mal
Brethren invited. H. H. Shirley, N. Greer, High P t; H. R. Malge,
BicyriE Repai.'ing All Makes IG., Alden Ferris, Secretary. ,secretary.
Rr-ei Pails and Repairs
Ki ENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-. .
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
icensed electrical contractor. All
: kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
ALL ITEMS of ortice needs can be \
bought at THE STAR office. If
it is used in any business for any
bookkeeping purpose, we have it.
Special printed forms, guest checks,
saiesbooks, billing machine forms.
iECEIPT BOOKS: Small books of
duplicate receipts and books of i
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Return To Mexico
Mrs. Eugene Dugger and daugh-
ter Linda of Albuquerque, New
Mexico have returned to their home,
after a visit here with her sister,
Mrs. Wayne Buttram and Mr. Butt-
ram. Other guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Buttram have been Mrs. Carrie
Amos, mother of Mrs. Buttram and
Gene Oliver of Lake City.
Guests of Buttrams
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Buttram last week were Mrs. Butt-
rom's brother and family, T/,Sgt.
Francis and Mrs. Amos and son
Ronald of Eglin Air Force Base,
Fort Walton Beach and Mr. Butt-
ram's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Buttram and children, Glenda,
James, Emily and ISara Alice of
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all times. The Star. tf
Arrive Por Visit
Mrs. James Van Horn and
daughters Rose Mary and Juains of
Richmond, Va., arrived Tuesday
night to visit with her sister-in-law
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Munn, Sr., ,on Hunter Ciraie.
Mr. Van Horn will arrive the latter
part of next week to accompany
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Port St. Joe, Fla.