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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1955
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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, TiHE STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-

Gulf County


THE
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(O7)RT ST. JOE

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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apaolcchiccro-Chattahoochee Valley"
3.0 Per YeY I I II NUMIER


ETACIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY

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We have fish at our house.
It's not the eating kind of fish
in the knife and fork sense but
they are the eating kind of fish
in.the "you feed 'em" sense.
At first we had just one fish:
A small fish at that. But to top
it all off, this fish in particular,
was an expectant mother when
it moved into the Ramsey house-
hold over on Marvin Avenue.
This fish is a guppie. It lays
little fish all ready to swim and
eat. The fish is supposed
to give birth to about a hundred
at a time and then eat all
she can get her mouth on.
You can see right there what
kind of a state our household
has been in. Expecting any min-
ute to have our fish give birth
to young and at the same spot
the blessed event in time to
keep the mother fish from lov-
ingly gobbling up her young. It
has been quite some adventure.
Tuesday morning the little
fish started putting in their ap-
pearance. About 20 showed up
and our fish got called every-
thing from lazy to a coward for
producing such a puny number
of offspring. "Mama" was sep-
arated from her young to give
them a chance to grow uninhib-
ited by the frightening thought
that mama wanted to make a
square meal out of them. In a
few.more minutes the mama fish
produced some more fish on
which she managed to dine off
a few.
We now have a mama fish
and a bowl-of little dots, lovingly
called "little fish" separated
of course.

SPort St. Joe certainly gdes to
e-xtremes. Ove'r the Fourth of.
July holiday, tlicit were twivO
traffic deaths and numerous in-
juries to mar the days of play.
Over the past week end while
all over the nation a redt'd high
was being reached in automobile
deaths, not even a scratched fen-
der was reported.
That is good.
While the first half of the year
brought abot.sevef-deaths in
Gulf County by automobiles,
'the second half seems to be on
"-the way tQj yking a good record.
;- "
It seems like almost everyone
went fishing on Labor Day. Up
on the canal it was almost nee-
essary to call out the high sheriff
from Wewahitchka to direct the
Aquatic traffic. And it was just
as bad in other parts of the!
county. While we were not brave
enough to venture out toward
the beach, we have an idea that
they were packed also.

Witnessed a session of the
Sharks at practice last Thursday
evening. Boy those boys do pack
a wallop when they hit one an-
other. If they live through the
i ough practice sessions, they
should be able to stack up
against anybody without being
hurt.
--K-------

Adult School Will Open
To Register Monday

The adult school will open for
registration Monday evening: Sep-
tember 12, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00


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City Election Is Set For Next Tuesday

Two Councilmen will be chosen
S-here in Port St. Joe next Tuesday
When the voters go to the polls in
the annual city election.
i Trying for the two council seats
in Group One are Jack Fowler, T.
W. (Terry) Hinote and incumbent
Clifford (Windy) Tharpe. In Group
Two Oscar L. Roberts, Frank
Smith and incumbent Watson Smith
are seeking the council seat.
.. J. L. Sharit is the only candidate
Sfor Mayor.
Balloting will be held in the fire
station in the City Hall between
SS:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
This is, the second election under
the new City two-primary system.
a If no candidate receives more votes


STEP IT UPl Members of the Shark squad get their muscles in shape with calesthenics at
practice in preparation to their first game of the season with Walton High of DeFuniak
Springs next Friday night on their new football field. In the picture above they are hopping
'about building up their leg muscles.- (' photo)


Work Begins To

Repair Road To

White City Tues.

Work began on Tuesday of this
i eek on the rebuilding of iState
Highway 71 between Port ;St. Joe
aid Wewahitchka.
The George G. Tapper Company
is doing the job,
.The road was I--'ilrf-,_e.l this
past spring but work was stopped
on the road because the paving was
not sticking.
The road at present is in' bad
lhape even though it was only re-
centiy repaved.
The reason for the condition of
fl- --l i:. Alint flIA rt ,pr,, Onq fn


CHECKING THE RECORDS
and Assistant Coach Lamar I
records to try to come up wit
win that opening game Friday





Week of-


With only one week remaining


Judging Starts At 10


Gtes Open At 2


Gulf County's Sixth Annual Fair and the carnival will be located on
will open Monday morning at 10:00 the block across the street from
a.m. The IStar office and exhibits will
The Fair is sponsored each year be on display in the American Le-
by the Willis V. Rowan, Post 116, gion building on the corner of
American Legion. Some exhibits Third Street and Williams Avenue.
Many divisions for entries have


County Board Names
Health Clinic Committee

The County Commision appointed
a committee composed of Mrs. Ron-
old Childers temporary chairman;
Tom S. Coldewey, Dave Gaskin and


been furnished for this year's fair
and anyone is welcome to enter
any division they desire.
Accompanying .the fair will be
the Davis ISouthern .State Shows of
Sarasota which will provide rides
that will thrill old and young alike.
The program for the week has
been set up as follows:
Monday, iSeptember 12 is open-
ing day. Judging in the Women's
Division will be held at 10:00 a.m.
Prizes will 'be awarded after the
judging and the grand opening of
the entire fair will be at 2:00 p.m..
Tuesday, iSeptember 12 will be
the judging of agriculture division
and the awarding of prizes.
Wednesday, 'September 14 will be
colored children's day from 3:00
to 6:00 p.m. At this time all col-
ored children may ride on the rides
at a reduced rate.
Thursday, iSeptember 15 will be
county school children's day when
the children will be afforded re-
duced rates on the rides.
Friday, 'September 16 is Mada-
leine E. Whitaker. This day is be-


than all his opponents combined, Floyd U. lister Tuesaay at thnei
the two highest men will run regular meeting to work on the
against each other'in a contest to health unit project.
be held one week from the first The committee is to meet with
primary., state officials and make a survey
The City Commission will meet 'of both Port St. Joe and Wewa-
at noon on Wednesday following hitchka to determine their needs
the election to act as a canvassing and report their findings to the
board. Commission for action.


City Will Get 2 Miles of Paving Under

County Secondary Road Fund System


The County Commissioners dis-
cussed that old question of whe-
ther they should pave a road into
the Bay City fish camp or not, at
their regular meeting Tuesday. The


Little League Ends

Year With Hard

Cash In The Bank


theroad r istha t te -ta k "ucoatu The officers and board of direc-
make the new paving stick to the tons of the Port St. Joe Little
od road was inadvertently left out League Baseball organization are
of the contracts. When it was evi- proud to bring to you the follow-
dent thghat look ovew paving ll lroud to bring to you the followed
odent tehat the new paving wasn't ing report on the activities during
going to stick, work was halted the 1955 Little League Baseball
the 1955 Little League Baseball
bWfore the paving job was done to
season.
wait for "paving weather" to re-
wait for "aing weather" to Although this being the first year
wyork the aob. g y
work the jobl in the League, the attendance was
The George G. Tapper Company very good during the entire season.
is doiig the work and they esti- vWe, along with the citizens in Port
Se that about two weeks of clear St. Joe and surrounding commun-
weather will be needed to complete Iities, feel that a great deal was
the job. With the present rainy i
e job With the pesentranacconplished in bringing to our
weather, it is estimated that it will youngsters, age seven to twelve,
take a month to rework the road. entertainment during summer vaca-
entertainment during summer vaca-
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....l a great deal in learning the proper
it Coaschools C g conduct under organized rules of
: Coach Marion Craig, left me increase play. We wish to repoi't that each
Faison, right, look over .their of the Managers. did an excellent
h some combination that will job in handling their clubs through-
( photo) Port ,st, Joe 'Schools came up this out the season. Also the coopera-
year with an enrollment of 1,7'58 tion of volunteer services in um-
S tto top last year's enrollment by pairing the games and attending the
i. about 10 percent according to B. pop tand was extremely good and
-L "- tAIB. (Scisson, 'County Supervisor. very much appreciated.
Scisson said that the Port St. 'Plans are already started in con-
SJoe High School has an enrollment section with bringing to Port St.
9-' of 472; the Elementary school 609; Joe 1956 Little League Baseball.
k. Highland View Elementary 153; The organization has four complete
Washington High, 524. &ets of uniforms, bases, head pro-
The Wewahitchka schools en- sectors, catchers equipment, and al-
despite the sore leg, has been romp- enrolled 479 in the WVewahitchka so a few balls and bats with which
iehe t


before the opening football game ing over all opposition. T schools and 110 in Carver High to Tegin the 1956 season. The next
p.m., at the Port St. Joe Higigeor t openg iua ga g uver a upuuu. u schools and 0 in Carver High to oegn the lo seas9 n. Te vt
p.m., at the Port St. J H with the DeFuniak 'Springs Braves ISO pounder is expected to do most School, meeting of the Little League offi-
sses will be offered hin typing, the Sharks are getting down to of the ground gaining for the According to Scisson the Port St. cer.s and directors will be held at
- Clshorhan, a bookkeeping ,r some real rugged work. Sharks. Bert Munn, Buddy Hudson Joe schools had, a full faculty at the Elementary School, September
those interested in commercial 'The Sharks are rounding into ard Travis Jones are all improv- th beginning of the school year. 21, 1955 at 8:00 p.m. All interested
tork. General education classes -hape well with only one minor i .- ing in their ball carrying. Two resignations 'have put the fa- persons are cordially invited to
will be offered to those people who jury so far. The ,Sharks ace full- The big problem, as always, will culty short this week but Soisson attend this meeting.
want to finish high school Sppeeial back, Wayne Taylor has been bat- De the defense. Some of the play- says that the positions will be re- Total Receipts
wclasant to nh h sool reqest, tered with a "charley-horse" but ers have had practically no exper- filled very quickly Sponsors $880.00
classes can be orme o reues, it is' believed he will be able to ience on defense as well as offense The Elementary School has seen Concessions and donations 320.29
vrork it out before the opening but big Gene Raffield and Charley much improvement over last year. Directors 5.00
James Sealey Serving In game. Smith are being counted on very Considerable. work has been done .Total Receipts -.......-- 1,205.29
Newport, R. I. Area The team as a whole is looking heavily to keep the boys in hand on the buildings. The woodwork has Total Disbursements
S'ery sharp. Coach Craig says this on the front line. Robert Nedley has been painted, repairs made to the Uniforms ....-----. $830.20
ATiLA3T ~OC FLEET James W. is the most enthusiastic bunch of looked mighty good at the end po- inside, tile put in the restrooms Baseballs 27.24
Sealey, gunner's mate first class, boys he has ever worked with. The sition. Nedley, being a good, fast, and the playground covered with Supplies 2.58
0(SN, son of Mr. and Mrs: J. W. Sharks will feature a big, fast strik- pass receiver is hoped to be one dirt and planted in grass. .Franchise -..---- 60.00
Sealey of Port 'St. Joe, is serving ing line this year with a quick of the Sharks main scoring threats. Insurance ------.-.- 20.00
In the Newport, R. I., area aboard break-away backfield led by Wal- Frank Fletcher has been doing Total Disbursements.. 9,40.02
the escort vessel U;SS Blair. ter Wilder, quarterback. Wilder well at the other end position and fer, Ray Oliver, has shown lots of C'ASH ON HAND* ._. $265.27
The Blair, which recently return- was all-conference last year at half- Oliver'Harper, Jimmy Marlow and speed in the backfield. *There are outstanding bills
ed from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, back and is expected to repeat this Billy Johnson round out the Shark Coach Craig plans to dress out which have not been presented of
trains personnel in a~ti-submarine year at the quarterback slot. Wil- line. 33 boys for each game. The lights approximately $35.00.
warfare. der played quarterback before be- Several of the second squad have aie to be ready by the middle of T. S. Coldewey, President
a_.... ing switched to halfback last year. looked mighty good. Charles Boyer rext week and Craig is in hopes Paul S. Fensom, ice-President
His passing has improved very is coming along good as a center he can get in one night practice George Wimberly, Jr., Sec.
TRADE AT HOME much over the past. Wayne Taylor, replacement and a Marianna trans- before Friday. L. S. Bissett, Jr., Treas.


Bay City road has been in the
County secondary road program for
the past few years, but there i.s
never enough money to do the job.
A ~snrve hv th' e Statpe Rond TDe-


apartment estimates that it will take iag held to onor Mrs. Whitaker
S160,000 to do te-job w1ho hs~ done .. -4" Work on- all
The Commission did agree to put six of the fairs and who is cele-
the road in but not paved, with rating her birthday on this day.
County funds. It will run from ap- Saturday, ;September 1 will be
proximately one mile East of the All-County -Day with t-he.,-air clos-
St. Joe Tower at White City to the ing Sqturday night.. ?
Bay City Camp at Howard's Creek. Officers and chairmen for the
Discussion was held on the pro- 1955 edition of the Gulf County
portioning of this year's secondary Fair are as follows:
funds available. The county spent W. P. Comforter, president; Mrs.
$94,312.36 last year on secondary Mladaleine E. Whitaker, general'
roads and thought they had a carry- Imanager; Leonard Belin, treasurer;
over of $60.000. The Road Depart- Mrs. Fred Maddox and Mrs. F.:E.
rent said "no" however, and so Tranmmell, registration secretaries;
plans had to be changed. The SRD Cubie Laird, agriculture; Arthur
said that the $60,000 had been used Lupton, construction; Glyn Hen-
up for shells, engineering, survey- ley, grounds; Mrs. P. G. Hart, su-
ing, planning and maintenance of pervisor of women's division.
secondary roads already in the Chairmen of the Women's Division
county. Canning, Mrs. Milton Parramore
This forced a reduction of the and Miss Nancy Maddox; Baked
amount of road to be paved in the products, Mrs. Ellen Kirkland;
County this year. Clothing, Mrs. Roland Hardy; Han-
A motion was put on the floor to dicraft, Mrs. .Stets Pridgeon; Or-
pave all roads in Wewahitchka up namentals, Mrs. Florence Mixon;
for secondary work with this year's Antiques, Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax;
funds and those in Port St. Joe with horticulture, Mrs. Fred Maddox;
the funds next year. A good deal General Health, Mrs. Ruth Crate,
of arguing changed the motion and R.N., F. E. Trammell, sanitary of-
both Port St. Joe and Wewahitch- ficer; Garden Clubs, Mrs. Nell Mit-
ka will receive two miles of paving. chell; Woman's Club, Miss Clara
Roads to 'be paved in Port St. Pate; :S.hools EHA, Mrs. Bernard
Joe this year are as follows: Pridgeon; General Schools Ex., Le-
McClellan Ave. from 16th Street roy Bowdoin, B. B. ,Scisson; Boy
to 17th Street. Scouts, J. T. Simpson.
17th Street from Forest Park __
Ave. to Long Avenue. F ats
Forest Park Ave. from 16th Street interesting rcts
to 17th Street Rele ed Abot Gulf
Palm Boulevard from 16th Street ReleasedAboutGu


to 18th Street.
10th Street from Garrison to
Knowles Avenue.
Old cemetery road from Garri-
son Ave. to old cemetery.
Ave. G from Hodrick Ave. to
Main St.
Hodrick St. from Ave. G to Ave.
D.
Ave. B from Main to U. S. 98.
Battles Street from Ave. C to
Ave. D.
Avenue D from U. S. 98 to Pe-
ters St.
North Park Ave. from Ave. C to
Kenney St.
Kenney St. from North Park Ave.
to Robins Ave.
Peters St. from Ave. C to Ave. 1).

Gulf Sales Tax Climbs

Ray E. Green, State Comptroller.
has released the following figures
on Sales and Use Tax collections
by his office in August on July
transactions.
Gulf County collected $12,313.45
As compared with $11.223.79 for the
same month last year.


A statistical report for the year
1954 concerning Gulf County put
out. by the Florida State Chamber
of Commerce this past week gave
Gulf County a total population of
8,100 people made up of 2,200 fam-
ilies. This compared with a popu-
lation of 7,460 in the 1950 census.
The 1950 census showed that Gulf
had 5,453 white residents and 1,996
colored.
Gulf compares well with other
counties in the State with an effec-
tive buying income of $5,962,000.
Gulf county residents spent the lar-
gest amount of their income on
automobiles. Automobiles consum-
ed $1,620,000 of the income while
rood purchases ran a close second
with $1,606,000. Other items in
great demand were general mer-
chandlise, $804,000; Furniture and
household appliances $438,000;
drugs, $236,000 and lumber, build-
ing material and hardware consum-
ed $195,000 of the purchasing dol-
lar.
Bank deposits in the county ran
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WSCS Meets For

Business At Church

The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the First Methodist
Church met Monday afternoon,
September 5 at the church for the
monthly business meeting. The
meeting was presided over by the
president. Mrs. Edwin Ramsey.
Mrs. Charles Brown, secretary of
spiritual life was in charge of the
worship services.
During the business, reports from
officers and circle chairmen were
iv TI wn piolddedl that the so-


Social Activities

Personals Clubs Churches

Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Editor Dial 7-5461
n-, w.., ..w..-. ^


First B


aptist WMS Rev. Swicord Speaks

Meets At Church To Presbyterian Men


The business meeting of the Bap- The Presbyterian Men's Club


tist Missionary Society was held
t a the First Baptist 'Church Tues-


city would purchase choir robes day afternoon with Mrs. Wesley
for the church choir. It was an- Ramsey presiding. Responsive read-
nounced that the fall seminar would ing on "Praise" was given and Mrs.
be held on September 13 in Chip- E. C. Cason led in prayer.
ley. All circle chairmen are re- Reports were given by all chair-
quested to contact Mrs. John Blount men present. During the business
rot later than Thursday. session, plans were made to have
The secretary of mission educa- the State Mission Week of Prayer
tion, Mrs. Fred Davis. made the Monday and Tuesday afternoon of
following announcement: "The Fall next week, also a playlet will be
study for the Woman's Society of given at the prayer meeting hour
Christian Service will begin Sep-' Wednesday night, September 14.
member 12 at the church at 3:00 An installation service of the
p.m. The subject will be "Indian Young Peoples Auxiliaries of the
Americans" from the text book Northwest Coast Association will
"Within Two Worlds" by Dr. David be held in the Baptist Church here


met Tuesday night with about 24
present. Rev. Donald A. Swicord of
Panama City gave a very informa-
tive and challenging talk on build-
ing for God. Rev. Swicord was a
missionary in Korea until forced
to leave by the second World War.
In the time he was there he estab-
lished 18 churches. Then in coming
to West Florida he has had a part
in the organization of 11 new
churches. His message showed es-
pecially that if a need'was seen in
the work of the Lord, that the
church could step out in faith 'and
know that the need would be met
S. if they act.
This meeting is one that the men


McCory. The meeting was dismi.s- n S will no Iorget uecapse of t7e uruaa
Son September 27.hatga e o
sed with the WSCS benediction. The meeting was then dismissed vision that it gave of the ongoing
by Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon. work of the living God
Long Avenue G. A.'s Meet It is urged that all members be he Grdutes
Tuesday With Phyllis Lewis present next Mond'ay, as names Pvt. L. V. Cathey Graduates
will be drawn for the new year. From Army Medical School


The Jeannie Crowder Junior G.
A.'s ,of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church met Tuesday, September 6
at 4:30 p.m. in the home of Peggy
Lewis. The meeting was called to
order by vice-president Peggy Lew-
is. Nellie Clark led in prayer.
All joined in saying the watch-
word and the allegiance and all
sang G. A. hymn.
Old and new business was dis-
cussed.
Parts were given out for the
stewardship program and the pro-
gram for the day was on "Thia-
land". \
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. Dockery. There were
seven members present. Refresh-
ments were served by Phillis Lewis.
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Cub Scout Pine Wood
Derby Set For Sept. 15

The Pine Wood Derby will take
place September 15 at 7:30 at the
Presbyterian Church. In this derby
the .Scouts will enter the race cars
they have carvedky There will be
awards for the best cars and the
fastest. The dads will start the cars
and he boys will catch them at
the finish. All the boys who wish to
join the Cubs be sure to come at


FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEX-
Pvt. Lonnie V. Cathey, son of Mrs.
Estell M. Mathey, Port St. Joe,
recently was graduated from the
Army's Medical Field Service
School at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Private Cath-ey completed the
school's medical technicians' course
M'a In the course, conducted at the
Mr. and Mrs. walter Hubert- ...... .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter ubert Brooke Army Medical Center, he
Brogdon of Panama City announce .a th he the a tech
was taulh't the theory and tech-
the birth of a daughter, Connie on i
September 1, in the Municipal Hos- Itients
pital. The young lady weighed 5 lbs t
14 ozs A member of the Theta Chi fra-
t__ ernity, Cathey attended the Uni-
Mr. and Mrs. John Benjamin versity of Florida before entering
rWhitfi; ^fl o^ P. T Jo -nnunce the Army in January of this year.


wnitAiew o1 ort J 5L L anuc. e
the birth of a son, Rodney Davi'd
Whitfield on September 1 in the
;Municipal Hospital. Weight 7 :bs,.
11 ozs.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKiernan
of Port St. Joe announce the birth
of a d ughter, Debo-ah Ann, on
September 5 in the Municipal Hos-
pital. The girlweighed 6 lbs., 2Y%
ozs.
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Returns To College
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts and
daughterr Linda, accompanied Ben-
ny Roberts to Georgia Military
College where he has enrolled for


this time. Any who still need carv- his second year. This year he is
ing sets phone Rev. Bill Iverson at enrolled as a freshman in the col-
7-3541. lege department.


THEATRE OPENS DAILY 3-00 P. M. SATURDAYS 1:00 P. M.
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THURSDAY FRIDAY

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SUNDAY, MONDAY


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He completed basic training at
Camp Gordon, Ga.
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COMPLETES COURSE
AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE


Episcopal Laymen To

Sponsor Shrimp Supper

The Layman's League of St.
James' Episcopal Church will spon-
sor a Shrimp Creole Supper, Sat-
u day, September 10 in the Parish
House from 6:00 p.m. until it's all
gone. Admission will be $1.00 for
adults and 50 cents for children.
Tickets are cn sale now from any
member of the League. "All You
Can Eat" is the motto for the sup-
nr e


__ A Rummage Sale will be held
n Tehg Bibei Saturday, September 10 by the St.
Rev. version Teaching BiblJoseph's Altar Society of the St.
Classes At Mexico Beach Joseph's Catholic Church in the
SStone Building on Reid Avenue
Each Thursday night at 6:45 CST next to the A & P.
Rev. Bill Iverson is leading a Bible The sale hours will befrom 10:00
study on the "Fundamentals, of the a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Bible" for those who live on the
Beach and any others who want to
start as at the beginning and truly
learn what is in the Bible and how
to study it for themselves. This
class is 45 minutes and is over
promptly at 7:30 CST.
Each Sunday morning there is
Sunday School at 10:00 CST and.
church at 11:15. A warm welcome
awaits all.who come. Meeting place


is Newcomb's hardware in the cen-
ter of Mexico Beach.
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FIRST PTA MEETING TO
BE HELD NEXT THURSDAY
'The first regular meeting of 'he
Elementary P.-T. A. will be held
next Thursday, September 15 at
8- p.m.
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John T. Smith Enters

Air Force Training

SHEPPARD AFB, TEXAS-A-3C


John T. Smith, son of A. B. Smith,
Highland View WSCS Panama City, and husband of the
Me At Chrt h 'fome" Miss Barbara Jo Bond, Port
Meet At Chrch St. Joe, has entered the United
States Air Force Technical Train-
The Woman's Missionary Union ing School at Sheppard Air Force
of the Highland View Baptist Base, located near Wichita Falls,
Church met at the church, 'Monday Texas.
afternoon for their regular mon*hi- During his -specialized training
ly business meeting. as a student at Sheppard, he will
Mrs. Homer Echols, chairman. receive intensive training designed
presided. The meeting opened witia to provide him with the thorough
the hymn, "Only Believe" followed knowledge and basic skills which
with Mrs. Ted Richards reading for he will be required to possess for
scripture, Romans 8:1-13. Reports his work as an aircraft and engine
erns,, in tl i,,e circle ch,,i,, an mechanic.


and committee chairmen. Mrs. Rich-
ards gave her report and displayed
the standard of excellence before
the group. Mrs. Echols announced
the 'Week of Prayer" which would
be hPld on the 12th and 13th. Both
circles will take part in the pro-
gram.
Those present were Mrs. B. O.
Garrett, Mrs. C. A. Phelps, Mrs.
Ted Richards, Mrs. Ralph Macom-


Emile A. Twine completed a ber, Mrs. Lillie Richter, Mrs. Roo-
short course this summer at Tus- ney Mrs. L. F. Adams, Mrs. Leo
kegee Institute at Tuskegee, Ala. Kennedy and Mrs. Homer Echols.
Twine is principal of the George The meeting was dismissed with
Washington High School of this a prayer by Mrs. Rooney.
city. -__

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Upon completion of the course,
along with the majority of gradu-
ates in his class, he will be assign-
ed to one of the major Air Force
Commands for on-the-job exper-
ience, or will enter a course of ad-
vanced training.
He entered the Air Force on Ap-
ril 29, 1955.
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Gene and Ronnie Chism of Rome,
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end with their parents, Mr. and
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week.
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Meeting of Band Boosters
Is Called For Tonight

The parents of all band students
including beginners, are urged to
attend an important meeting of the
Band Boosters tonight at 8:00 p.m.
in the band room. An election of
officers for the year will be held
as well as other important mat-
ters. A report will be given on the
band uniforms and band calendars.
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FUMMAGE SALE IS SET
FOR SATURDAY ON REID


ew memJershJlllp cardsll are
available now from any of the offi-
cers. The dues will remain as they
have been, 50 cents membership
and 10 cents at the door. For the
next two weeks, the STAC House
will be closed on the 10th and
17th because of the Gulf County
Fair. It will re-open on Saturday,
September 24.
Mrs. Fensom stated, that it was
through the generosity of the Amer-
ican Legion that the STAC House
has a place to meet. Plans are un-
derway for a building to be con-
structed in the near future for a
recreation center for the young
people of the city.
Chaperones appointed and. the
months they will serve are as fol-
lows: October, Mrs. Bert Munn;
November, Mrs. Rush Chism; De-
cember, Mrs. Charles Gill; January


ior Tme new annexTo e enura .
The regular business was trans-
acted. The meeting closed with
prayer by Mrs. W. W. Garrett.
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GLADIOLI CIRCLE POSTPONES
MEETING TO SEPTEMBER 22
The 'Gladioli Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club has postponed
the September meeting as sche-
duled, to September 22. The meet-
ing will be held in the home of
Mrs. Joe Sharit on Monument Ave-
nue and Mrs. A. J. Owens will be
co-hostess. The program will be,
"Amaryllis and Lilies."
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Mrs. S. B. Shuford; February, Mrs.
Albert Ward; March, Mrs. Chaun-
cey Costin; April, Mrs. John Rob-
ert Smith and May, Mrs. Joe Dowd.

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representatives and the STAC 5 at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. W, H. Weeks
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night of last week in the Florida End of the Earth". The theme song
Power Lounge for the purpose of was sung followed with the theme
selecting a director and to formu- prayer in unison by the group. Af-
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Fensom was elected chairman of of the program.
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williamn Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50
THREE MONTHS $127.15
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TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or omissions in adver-
tlsements, the pdbliahers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertiaemot
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
Is lost- the printed word remains.


YOU BROUGHT IT ON YOURSELVES
Hooray for the people of Wewahitchka.
They voted in themselves a Health Clinic. Af-
ter a turnout at the polls like they perpetrated,
we say they deserve their health clinic. Cer-
tainly the people of Port St. Joe didn't care one
way or the other which way the question went
- or so it would seem by the vote turn-out.
Preachers say that a very large percent of the
people stay at home from church on Sunday.
If the people of Port St. Joe shunned the church
like they shunned the polls it would be a sad
situation.
This matter of not voting is getting serious.
There are over 1200 registered voters in the City
of Port St. Joe. If three-fourths, or eight hun-
dred, show up at the polls at an election, it is
considered as a big vdte. -This is shameful.
Every election held in the City of Port St. Joe
should poll at least 1100 votes. It is only laziness
and apathy on the part of the public that such
a situation exists. And whe bellows loudest at
election outcomes? Those who didn't even


voted. We voted at the city hall at 1:00 p.m.
last Tuesday and were number 22 in a precinct
that has nearly 400 registered voters. Nearly as
many in this one precinct alone as in all of
Wewahitchka yet the County seat town out-


polled us. And we must foot the bill on top
of losing the question.
"Oh no this project was free of taxes".
. Yes sir, it was on the outside. As we pointed
out in this newspaper, the county's share of the
money to put into' the health palaces was to
come from the county's share of the race track
funds. We stated numerous times that $1,000
would be taken from both Port St. Joe and We-
wahitchka each year and $4,000 each from the
Board of County Commissioners and the Gulf
County School Board. If you take this money
from these agencies what's going to replace it
so that the bureaus can operate? Taxes! Who
is going to pay the taxes? You and me!
Port St. Joe pays 90 percent of all taxes
in Gulf County. Figure out for yourself where
you live, then figure out who has to pay for the
Health Clinics and then go right ahead and
kick yourself on the back of your lap for not
casting the ballot that, could have saved you
money.
Had you voted, we could have saved money.
Do you realize that the museum that the State
has built at Constitution Park cost only $22,000.?
Go by and take a look at it and just imagine how
much Health Clinic you will have to sit idle.
You people of Port St. Joe have 'a chance
to redeem yourselves next Tuesday. This is
election day in the city to select two members
of the City Council and a Mayor-Commissioner.
The Council race is hot. You should vote one
way the way you think but above all you
should vote. It is a vital election as all elections
are vital. You are picking your city's leaders
for two years. Think and vote your convictions
and you will be surprised how perfect every-
thing will run if you will just vote your convic-
tions.


CAMPUS INN
6 News of Port St. Joe High School
By MARTHA COSTIN
LA iAOL ADVERTISING h-
SThought For The Week
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S OOURT, SO long as we love, we serve; SO
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. l s love serve
IN. PROBATE. long as we are loved by others I
\ RE: Estate of
C. N. HOBBS, would almost say we are indespen-
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS sible, and no man is useless as
All creditors of the estate of C. N. Hobbs, long as he has a friend.
deceased, are hereby notified and required
to file any claims or demands which they Robert Louis Stevenaon
may have against said estate in the office School Opens
of the County Judge of Gulf County, Flor-
ida, in the Courthouse at Wewahitchka, School opened Friday, August 26
Florida, within eight (8) calendar months
from the date of the first publication of this with a record number of students
notice. Each claim or demand must be hn
writing and must state the place of repj- registering for the term. Mr. Leroy
dence and post office address of the cla- Bowdoin greeted the students in a
mant and must be sworn to by the clai-
mant, his agent, or his attorney, or it will mass assembly and Introduced the
become void according to law. ,
/s/ SHIRLEY TEMPLE HOBBS faculty, including three new teach-
Executrix of theEstate o ers: James Yeadon, industrial arts;
C. N. Hobbs, Deceased.
/s/ Cecil G. Costin, Jr. 4t Mrs. Margaret Addison, junior high
Attorney for the Executrix of 9-1'
the Estate of C. N. Hobbs, Deceased. science and David Nicholson, social
First publication on September 1, 1955. studies, and Jr. Hi Science.
NOTICE OF REGULAR Returning faculty members are:
MUNICIPAL ELECTION Mrs. Jacque-Price, Mrs. Katherine
Notice is hereby given that the First
Primary Election for the election of a Ma- Ivey, Mr. James Traweek, Mr. G. L.
yor-Commissioner and also two (2) City Johnnson, Miss Iris Poole, Mrs.
Commissioners one (1) in Group 1anleMrs.
one (1) in Group 2, will b eehld at the Sam Sims, Miss Floye O'Nea'l, Mrs.
City Hall Fire Station in the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida on Tuesday September 13, Eula Pridgeon, Miss Margaret Key,
1955. Mr. Howard Blick, Mrs. Lillian
The Polls will open at 8:80 o'clock A.M.
and close at 7:00 o'clock PM. Eastern Kennington, Miss Marjorie Austin,
Standard Time.
Where there are more than two Candi- Mis Alice An.reW, Mr. Booth
dates for any one office, and neither shall Poole, Mrs. Margaret Devore, Mr.
receive a majority of the total votes cast
for such office, then, another election shall HIerman Dean, Mr. Marion Craig
be held one week from the date of the first and Miss Netta Niblack.
election, or September 20, 1955 at which
the two candidates receiving the largest Friday Night Is Fun Night
number of votes in the former election shall N I
be voted on again. The high school gymnasium was
R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk t the scene la stFriday evening of
----- the third annual fun night, an



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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event sponsored by the student


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ing were: Alden iFarris, I)ancy
Pridgeon, Blair Shuford, Martha
Costin, Annette Ward, Marietta
Chafin, Jean Mahon, Billy Johnson,
Sonjia Blount, Wayne Taylor, Anne
Costin, Leonard Costin, Robert
Hutchins, Kathy Davis and Travis
Jones.

Leave For New York
Mrs. Michael Namynanik and
son Andy and Bruce Parker left
Saturday for North Tonawonda, N.
Y., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Namynanik.

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Mrs. Edwin Ransey, president of
the Woman's Society and Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Fleishel.
Mrs. Edward Bartee, secretary
of student work an general chat
man, in charge of the supper7~Wi
assisted with the entertaining by
Mrs. J. E. Denny, Mrs. George Ad-
kins and Mrs. Elmore Godfrey.
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council on the first Friday night First Methodist Women FSU; George Suner, University of
of each school year to welcome Entertain Departing Student Florida; George Adkins, SU;- B.
now students, and increase school Students Pridgeon, Jr., Auburn, Auburn,
spirit. Ala.; Tommy Pridgeon, FSU; Ruth
Gene Raffied, master of cere- The Woman's Socity ofhristan Lynn Ramsey, Florida Southern
Gen Raffield, master of cre-Service of the First Methodist
monies, began the program by in- Church entertained at a barbecue llege; Ann Kenney, Emory Uni-
troducing the cheerleaders who chicken er, hnrng ter c- versity. Special guests were Miss
demonstrated some new cheers c n paper hon Carole Hester of Climax, Ga., Etta
lege students that will leave for
and led the group in spirited yells school at an early date. The sup- martin, Bill Wallace, Marjorie Aus-
KeAny Marlow singing "A Satisfied per was held at the beach home of tin, Rev. and Mrs. Fred L. Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fleishel at Mex-
Mind", being declared winner by icBeach at 6:30, September 2. U o or Strip
popular applause. Other partici-
pants were Billy Williams, ,Sonjia
were: Fay Fleishel, FSU; John0
Raffield, Betty Butts, David Odum, rrer S; M ret De ,
DaTomlinson,Barrier, SISU; Margaret Denny,
Dorothy Dormany CeliaTomlinonFSU; Leroy Gainous, FSU; Sibbie
Carolyn Clark. Wilma Nell and Er- SU; Biy F Pais,
nest Thursbay also gave a bopBrinson, FSU; Billy Fred Parrish,
nest Thursbay also gave a "bop"
exhibition. Dancing was enjoyed FSU; Benny Roberts, Georgia Mili-
for the remainder of the evening, tary College; Clyde Wells, Univer-
Kathryn Marshall served as gen- sity of Florida; Donald Ramsey,
eral chairman for Fun Night and:
she was assisted by Sandra Brace-
well, Cindy Carboneau, Bert Munn, COMFORTE
Jackie Davis, Wlater Wilder, Blair
Shufford, Gene Raffield, Eleanor Funeg-ai Home
Faircloth, Ted Cannon, Ann Mont-
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Wilder. 601 Long Avenl

METHODIST YOUTHS ENJOY
BEACH PARTY THURSDAY
Members of the Methodist Youth Oxygen Equipped
Fellowship and their guests enjoyed Ambu e
a weiner roast at St. Joe Beach Ame
last Thursday night. Those attend-


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the car door. When the door is opened, the safety tape will pick up and
brightly reflect the lights o an approaching car, making the extreme
left hand edge of the stopped car visible to the approaching driver at
distances up to one-quarter mile.


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Rules and Regulations, Divisions, and Premium



List of Sixth Annual Gulf County Fair


PREMIUM LIST
WOMEN'S DIVISION


MRS. P. G. HART,
CANNING
58-Vegetables
59-Meats.
60-iFrults.
61-iPreserves and Jams.
62-iPickles and. Ralishes.
63-Jellies.
64-Tomatoes.
65--eets.
66-.Snap Beans.
67-Peas.
68-Turnips.


General Supervisor
f9--Butter Beans.
70-Peppers.

GLOTH
71-Adult Garmen
72-Children's Gar:
73-Bedspreads.
74-Luncheon Set
75-Pillow Cases.
S76-Curtains, Drap


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t.
ment.
or Tablecloth.
series.


'77-Miscellaneous group.


HANDICRAFTS
78--Crochet, Tablecloth.
79-Crochet, Scarf and Doilies.
80--Crocheted Bedspread.
81-Crocheted Hot Mat.
82-Oldest Crochet Work.
83-Afghans, Crocheted.
84-Crocheted Garments.
85-Aluminum Service Trays (18
to 22 inches).
86-Aluminum Cake Servers (12
to 16%-inch trays).


87-Tufted Bedspreads.
88-Tufted Curtains.
89-Chenille Rug.
90-Rope Rug.


91--Hook Rug.
92-Rag Rug.
93-Embroidered
94-BEmbroidered
95-Emtbroidered
96-Embroidered
97-Embroidered


Bedspread.
Luncheon Set.
Scarf.
Pillow Cases.
Vanity Set.


98-Crocheted Pot Holder.
99-Woven Loopers Pot Holders.
100-Quilted Pot Holder.
101--Knitted Pot Holder.
102-Novelty Kuilts (silk or wool).
103-Pieced Patterned Quilt.
104-Fabric Stenciled Luncheon Set
or Tablecloth.
105-Fabric Stenciled Pillow Cases.


106--Fabric Stenciled Aprons.
106-Fabric .Stenciled Curtains.
108-Farbic Stenciled Bedspreads.
109-Fabric Stenciled Scarfs.
110-Applique Pillow Cases.
111-Applique Pillow Cases.
112-Applique Luncheon Set.
113-Applique Wearing Apparel.
114-Stuffed Animals.
115-Crocheted and Knitted Baby
Set.
11 6-Knitted Afghan.
117-Knitted Sweater.
118-Knitted ISocks.
119-Knitted Gloves or Mittens.
120-Knitted Scarf.


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Sale Starts Sept. 9 SA L E

$25,000 NEW FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE
HERE. MORE COMING EVERY DAY


Now! Outfit The Entire Family on Our Lay-Away Plan!


REVEL IN THE GLORIOUS NEW STYLES


E SFELLA 'ASES


$5.95 0to S19.o

Juniors, Misses, Women and Half-Sizes Choose from names

you love most: DORIS DODSON, GEORGIANNA, PEG PALMER,

JOLLIE JUNIOR, and other style ringing names. Sizes 7 to 15

10 to 20 14Y2 to 24Y2 BEST STYLES, NEWEST FABRICS


Eyelet Trim

SLIPS

2 for $2.99
Sanforized cotton. All sizes now,
but they are going at this low
price.


Ladies

Rayon Panties

3 pr. $1.00
Pretty as can be yet long wear-
ing. -Pink, Blue, Yellow, White
COME EARLY


THEY LOOK BETTER THAN EVER





Fall Suits & Coats


$25.00 to $39.50

You'll save to-make your choice now. these' sits and coats have
something new in style and color.


LEADING LADY HOSE
BEAUTIFUL. The loveliest new shades
79c a pair values


2 air1.39


Look! Hundreds Of Unadvertised Back-To-School Specials


PIECE GOODS SLASHED JUST FOR YOU

1 GROUP 1 GROUP

2 Yds.99c 3 Yds. 99c
Imported woven ginghams, ny- Beautiful assortment of prints
Ions, pattlo cloth, and patterns

YEP! CHAMBRAY TOO --- 5 Yds. $1.00

Unheard of Shoe Sale Values to $5.95

LADIES CASUALS AND SANDALS


$2.00 pr.
White and Colors. ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS

SCHOOL SHOES 5 $ 5
Saddle Oxfords, Tennis Shoes, 2ta^ Ow[
Loafers, A grand array of styles and colors. Guaranteed
merchandise


Foxcroft Sheets
81 X 99 $1.97
63X99 -- $1.59
The only sheet guaranteed for
100 washings or four years wear
42 X 36
Pillow Cases 2 for $1.00

FIRST TIME EVER!
Nylon and rayon blend. 5 year
guaranteed moth proof.

BLANKETS

$4.77 ea.

First Quality

Chennile Spreads

2 for 57.00


We're Thrilled With The Best
' Selection and Greatest
Values In History
Fall and Winter

SWEATERS
For Girls age 1 day to 100 years

$1.95 to $5.95
SFine wools, nylons and orlons in / '"
slip over and cardiganstyles. Chol- /
cest colors of the *son.


Twill


(No Exchanges) 2 2


SUMMER DRESSES

$4.99
This is all. The last of our better frocks. All on one rack. Shop
now and save,


IT'S RIDICULOUS!
IT'S ABSURD!
IT'S TRUE!
Ladies

Cotton Skirts

$1.99
Biggest bargain In years
VALUES TO $5.95


MEN'S

WORK SUITS


$4.44
Shirt and pants at this ridicu-
lous low price. Khaki or grey.
Fully sanforized. Cut for fit and
service.
Men's 100% Nylon

STRETCH SOX

2pr.$1.29


SCompliments: BOYS' BRIEFS
Boyles Dept. Store Famous E and W Quality. Small,
~Large. ALL WHITE.
0


Sanforized

Shirts and Shorts
For Men

2 for $1.00
Full cut and roomy for.comfort
and long wear.

Men's

HANDKERCHIEFS

12 for 99c
Hemstitched, Full size


Medium pr. 99c


I~~ ~ li E. .=gp~Bn ~P~-~ I


121-Knitted Dress.
122-Antiques. For exhibit only.


Any old keepsake or family
heirloom.


PREMIUM LIST


FIELD CROPS
1.-5 ears 'Corn, large yellow.
.2-5 ears Corn, large white.
3-5 ears Corn, small yellow.
4--5 ears Corn, small white.
5-Best 5 at fair.
6-5 stalks ;Sugarcane, green.
7-5 stalks iSugarcane, red.
8-Quart bottle Cane Syrup.
Sweet Potatoes
9-iPeck Nancy Halls.
10--Peck Porto Ricos.
11-4Peck other varieties.
Irish Potatoes
S12.-Peck Potatoes.
Grain Sorghums
1.3--Bundle Heads Hegari
14--Peck or bundle of other grain
'Sorghums.
Peanuts
15-Quart Spanish Peanuts.
16-Quart Rdnner Peanuts
Velvet Beans
'17-One Gallon pods.
18-Quart shelled Velvet Beans.
Cowpeas
19--Grip of vines with peas.
20-Gallon.peas in glass jar.
Green Manure Crops
21-Grip Crotalaria.
'22-Grip Hairy Indigo.
23--Grip or quart of seed of other.
Pasture Plants
24-iBox of sod of different pasture
Grasses and Clovers not over
'2X3 feet square.
DAIRY PRODUCTS
25--Display of Dairy Product such
as Milk, Cheese, Butter, etc.
BEEKEEPING AND HONEY
26-Display of Honey in glass.
27--Display of colonies.
GARDENING
28--Six Squash.
29-One Pumpkin.


RULES AND REGULATIONS.

1. No article not listed in this premium list will be accepted for
competition.
2. Each entry must be registered condifentially by number accord-
ing to number in this premium list, with the fair association secretary
and also by exhibitors number. Each exhibit will be tagged with these
numbers.
13. All exhibits must have been grown or made on the farm or in
the home of exhibitor residing in Gulf County.
4. Any person within Gulf County, Florida, may make entries, and
state services and schools may make educational displays. However,
exhibits will be accepted only if they are a genuine credit to the fair
(acceptance or rejection at discretion of department.)
6. Commercial exhibits will be accepted according to space avail-
able for a nominal fee set by the executive board.
6. Exhibitors must see to the delivery of their exhibits to the
secretaries and bring them into position under their direction. All
exhibits must be checked in by 6:00 p.m. EIST. Friday before fair
week. All perishables must be checked in by 12:00 noon Monday of
fair week.
7. Exhibits must be removed from the fair grounds on Monday
following the fair. Livestock and perishables may be removed after
12:00 noon Saturday of fair week.
8. Judging will be done by impartial qualified agriculturalist and
home economists, and no one is to accompany judges while judging.
9. The judges wll make awards and place appropriate. ribbons on
exhibits while judging. Premiums will be Daid for the awards as
marked in the judges book and not from ribbons placed on exhibits as
ribbons sometimes become misplaced.
10. There will be first (blue), second (red), and third (white)
ribbons given for each class along with cash prizes for blue ribbons
only.
11. The fair association will provide qualified persons to care
daily for all entries.
12. The Gulf County Fair Association, Willis V. Rowan Post 116,
American Legion, will not be responsible for articles placed on,
exhibit, but will use every precaution to keep them 'from damage
and theft. There will be at least 1 person with the exhibits at all
times (this person to be selected by the fair general manager). The
fair association will carry an insurance policy to cover losses to*
exhibitors while on the fair grounds.


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Mr. and Mrs. Willys Liptford' and
children of Marianna were the
Sunday guests of the letters par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall.


end Mrs. Richard Hanlon.
Mr. and Mrs. Geie Ernest of
Panama City spent the week end
visiting with the latter's mother,
Mrs. Minnie Gay and with her sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Gwaltney.
Stevie Deese son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Deese of Panama City spent
.he week visiting with his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese.
Mis. TrDo Wtilo- onrl ToDraf TR


Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett and y
Y young were united in marriage
children, Paula and Howard spentst;
children, Paua and Howard pent Saturday in Wewahitchka. The cou-
several days in Vernon visiting e wi
.. ... ipiP will reside at Tyndall Field.
with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis
with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins and
and family. daughter, Regenna spent the week
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stripling end in Bonifay visiting with
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Richard friends and relatives.
Hanlon and children, Mr. and' Mrs. ____
Earl Burrows, Hubert and Lucile WEEKS TO DEDICATE NEW
Stripling and Cecil Barton attended HOME ON SUNDAY
the Stripling reunion Sunday i r. an Mrs. W. H. Weeks of
Altha. 4Highiand View are having a dedi-
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardner and caticn service tor their na-w home
children spent several days in on Sunday, September 11 at 3 p.m.
Bagdad visiting with friends and Open house will follow.
relatives. No invitations have been sent
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese and but all friends of the c.anle are
children spent Monday in Cotton- .ordially invited to atcent.
'dale visiting with friends and rela- -N
tives. Discharged From Navy


Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hall and
children of Marianna spent Mon-
day visiting with Mr. and 'Mrs.
Cleveland.
Mrs. Kenneth Ohason and chil-
dren of Wewahitchka spent Sunday
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Dykes.
Jean Nixon of Wewahitchka spent
Monday visiting with Miss Treva
Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows of
Tyndall Field spent Saturday vis-
iting with the latter's parents, Mr.


Donald Parker, son of Mrs. T. E.
Parker arrived home Sunday night
from San Diego, Calif., where he
received his discharge from the
Navy.




26

Chiropractors treat the cause if.
disease instead of the syimtoms.


NOW WE HAVE 4 COLORS
Blue Denim, Black, Green and Red

DUNGAREES


1.49 TO 2.95

DAVY CROCKET, FLANNEL-LINED JEANS, 3 to 6X


Listen! Quality Styles For Boys Girls &O Kiddies. -SAVE-


(No Lay-A-Way)


Sorry, we've been short
but 50 dozen just in ...
Spencer's fine quality

Cotton Panties

4 prs.97c
White and pastel color


THU K-WAY r, -*r-?- r Mllt2vw tS, IWOO


30-One Cashaw.
31-Ten Dasheens.
,32-One quart of Onions.
33--Five purple top Turnips.
34-Five of other varieties of Tur-
nips.
35-Five Rutabagas.
36-Trucer's -Special: Fresh dis-
play of Vegetables not over
2x3 feet square (such as Cui
cumbers, Tomatoes, Green).,
HORTICULTURE
37--Two pounds Pecans in glaA.
38-Six Pears,
39--Six Persimmons.
40-One quart Kumquats.
41-One dozen Satsumas.
42-One dozen Oranges.
43-Other Varieties.
44--Group of Three Fruit Trees of
any Fruit or Nuts variety from
nurseries, with emphasis on
quality.
45-Group of .Shrubs or Plants of
any ornamental, such as Ca-
mellias, Azaleas, 'Holly, etc.,
with emphasis on quality of
plants.
Flower Arrangements and
Potted Plants
46--Specimen Foliage Plants.
47T-ipecimen Flowering Plants.
48-Cut Roses
49-Cut Dahlias (collection).
50-Cut Chrysanthemums.
51--Artistic arrangement of flow-
ers.
52-Artistic arrangement of Wild
Flowers.
53--Shadow Boxes.
54-Hibiscus (potted in bloom).
55-Gladiolus (cut).
SCHOOL EXHIBITS
56-Elementary School.
57-High School




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ARMOUR STAR
I SAUSAGE 2 for 350


CAIRO BEAUTIES SWEET 22 Oz.
ISE PICKLES 22 oz


DELICIOUS IN SALADS OR SANDWICHES STARKIST
TI *MB d Chunk Style
T I I N a Fancy Light Meat


25w


HORSE SHOE 5 Lb. Bag
o.rn Meal


35c


INSTANT CHASE & SANBORN 4 Oz. Jar
COFFEE 92c
'i&BI ~r l L f


NABISCO 1 Lb. Box
SAL'TINES


23c


Shrimp


ADULTS, $1.00


Greole


a-lalew Orleans


CHILDREN, 50c


I SPONSORED BY ST. JAMES LAYMEN'S LEAGUE I


CHEF'S DELIGHT
CEESE


2 Lb. Box
55c


BORDEN'S POP OPEN 2 CANS
Biscuits 29g
POST'S 14 Oz. Pkg. WITH PRIZE INSIDE
.aisin Bran 27c


Georgia Fresh
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Lb.
15c


Georgia Fresh
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Lb.


10O


SGeorgia Fresh
Squash


8c


Georgia Fresh Lb.
Butter Beans 150


CELLO PACKAGE
al CED HAM


25c


CELLO PACKAGE
3 L O G NA 19c
CENTER CUT ,

I rk Chops lb 69c
U. S. GOO?

itck Roast Ib 49c
F IEB


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SUPREME
ICE CREAM


SUNGOLD

OLEO


9c


V2 b.e
Patties


gal


12 Oz.
S5 c
COME ON KIDS! JUST A FEW MORE LEFT
DEL-MONTE
Stewed Tomatoes


10 oz box


LB. 4 LBS.

W 29c $1.00
cI


89c


Your Choice
M ILK
3 Tall Cans
38c


No. 2


20c


Penny's
Dog Food
3 FOR
25c


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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 6:00 p.m. til
St. James Parish House


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MUSTARD, TURNIPS
COLLARDS I


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-- ^^^^ members urged to attend; visiting
CLASSIFIEDi ADS SPECIAL SERVICES rethren invited. H H. Shirley, N.
** KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE. Alden erris, Secretary
v,- .w -. ---- FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li- R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
rOR S.E censed electrical contractor. Al! St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
ORSal.E kinds electric and refrigeration M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vlisIt
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile 4-dr. service and installation. Phone Ing companions welcome. Jimmy
Rocket hw paint. On ell $100 don FOR TAILORED belts, covered but- Greer, High Prlest; H. R. Malge,
Terms to suit you. C. R. Garraway t ons, button holes (worked or secretary.
Jr., Phone 7-4811. 1te bound) expert dress making see
Mrs. Jim Perritt, 707 Long Ave. LOYAL ORDER
FOR SALE: National cash register, OF MOOSE
electric beverage cooler, 3-gal. STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters meeting nigt e-
coffee urn, 40 gal. gas hot water for your used furniture and ap Meeting night ay-
heater. Call 7-7921. 2tp pllances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone ery other Monday.
.291. WE BUY AND SELL. tfc Meetings at Moose
Hall, 310 Fourth St
FOR RENT Keys Made While You Wait FOR SALE: Scratch pads, ditto
FOR RENT: Furnished bedrooms 35c EACH paper, second sheets, sales books
and ,apartments. David's Motel, WESTERN AUTO guest checks. THE STAR, Phone
202 Monument Ave., Phone 9-9161. Blcys!F Repal lng All Makes 1b for delivery.
LOST AND FOUN)n R- n Parts and Repairs
FOUND: Black cocker spaniel pup- LODGE NOTIIes VOTE FOR
up. Owner may have by identify- FRANK SMITH
ing. W. J. Mazorol, phone 7-5611. WILLIS V. ROWAN POT 116.ANK SMITH
S... THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
FOUND: Pair of horn rim glasses. (In firrstand third Monday nights CITY
Owner may have by identifying snn n m AmPrican Lezion Home IT
and paying for this ad. The Star,- I
phone 7-3101. MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.- COMMISSIONER
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
meetings 2nd and 4th Fri ,
SALESMEN WANTED days each month, 8:00 p.. Group Num er 2
Members urged to attend: Your Vote andSupport Will B
WAPTED AT ONCE men to sell 'Isltng brothers welcome. W. L. o n support e
consumers' everyday household Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick, Appreciated
necessities under our factory-to- secretary.
home plan. Full or part time. Eafn-
ings based on sales. Write Raw- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. A
leigh's, Dept. FAI-101-728, Mem- O. F.-Meets first and third Thurs- Asthma can be caused by your
phis, Tenn. days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All spine-See a Chiropractor. (adv)


to see a special display

of fine Fabrics from the

world's great mills.

TO BE PRESENTED HERE

Monday, Sept. 12


BY Reid Lauderbach

THE FASHION AUTHORITY FROM


KAHN TAILORING CO.
CINCINNATI


.5.
Oa~t aMMc

wrfVLL'e-.

""aoAeRoiio


Costin's Dept. Store


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MARTHA RAY


'The Modern Club of Highland
View held its weekly meeting on
SSaturday morning, September 3 at
I10:00 a.m. Mrs. Lucille Godwin
and Mrs. Ann Burkes took the
girls to the beach on a picnic. A
good time was reported by all. On
Saturday, September 10 at 4:00
p.m. a business meeting will be held
by the club.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burkes and
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Grines and son
Don, of Phoenix, Alabama were
-the guests over the woek end with
Mr. and Mrs. George Burkes.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Patterson and
son, Joe and Mrs. Ruby Howard
and children, all of 'Bonifay are vis-
iting with Mr. and Mrs. George
Burkes.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Martin and
daughter, Ann of Bagdad spent *he


- -


week end with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr., and Mrs. Wayne White and
Lee. son, Michael, spent the week end
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Casey spent .with friends and relatives in Boni-
the week end with their parents, fay.
Mr. and Mrs. Tice Casey and Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cox and
and Mrs. R. A. Wise, of DeFuniak son, Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Anderson of Tallahassee, were
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
VOTE FOR Cox and family.
J "r -"I Up Lr Mrs. 'Sallie Redd honored her
JACK rUOWLE daughter, Miss Patricia Ann on
her 14th birthday with a beach
CITY 'party at Wayside Park, !Saturday,
OMMISIO ER September 3 at 4:00 p.m. Refresh-
COMMISSIONER mens served were cake, ice cream,
Group Number 1 hot dogs and cokes. All was enjoyed
Group Number 1 by friends.
Your Vote and Support Will Be T-Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Wil-
Appreciated liams of Parker and Mrs. J. P. Car-
ter of Frostproof and Mrs. Alma
McGahee of Orlando and Mrs. Flos-
VOTE FOR T.- -, -- ..


OSCAR ROBERTS

CITY

COMMISSIONER

Group Number 2
Your Vote and Support -Will Be
Appreciated


RE-ELECT

CLIFFORD THARPE

CITY

COMMISSIONER

Group Number 1
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated








Me666


urday with Mrs. 'Fannie McMillan.
They motored to Tallahassee and
visited with Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Herring.
There will be an old fashioned
communion s erv ice Wednesday
night at the Highland View Assem-
bly of God Church. Everyone has
a special invitation to attend the
regular service each Wednesday
night.
Mrs. D. M. Jones spent three
weeks in Roelick, Kentucky with
her sister, Ms. W. P. 'Taulbee and
brother Claud Terrill..
Mrs. A. J. Owens spent the day
with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jones.
Glenn Garrett is visiting his cou-
sin, Mrs. Edith Houriott of Jack-
sonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brown and


sie Duran are spending a few days family and John Skinner of Ponce
with Mrs. J. K. Williams. de Leon spent the week end with
Mrs. J.J K. Williams wishes to Mr. and Mrs. John Wright.
thank everyone for being ,so kind Mrs. Connie Pettis and Mrs. Doris
to her during her illness. Baker honored Mrs. Foy Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Finelly and son, with a stork shower at the home
Benny of Pensacola spent the week of Mrs. Doris Baker. Those attend-
end with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy IStokes ing were: Mrs. B. A. Peters, H. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Tee and Starling, Hewedy IParker, J. P.
children visited in Graceville 'Sun- Skipper, Franklin Lee, W. L. iRich-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe ter, J. W. Richter, Archie Floyd,
Calloway. David Bowette, Carl Harbuck, Cur-
L. T. Rentz and daughter and tis Lewis, Herman Brock, Walter
family of Lakeland and Mr. and Armstrong, Willie Peak. Prizes
Mrs. T. O. Cook of Altha and Mr. were given to Mrs. Archie Floyd,
and Mrs. Ernest Hanna and chil- Carl Harbuck. Those sending gifts
dren of Columbus, Ga., spent the were: LouielCarter, Chester Adams,
week end- with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Curtis Adams, Gracie Van Camp,


Springs. Rentz.
Inspiring services at the High- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chestnut of
land View Methodist 'Church were Panama City and Mr. and Mrs.
conducted by 'Mr. Earl Wimberly, Coleen Chestnut of Pensacola and
a layman of the First Methodist Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chestnut of Ma-
Church in the morning and Mr. i con, Ga., are spending a few days
George 'Suber, a layman of the First with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Church in the evening services in J. A. 'Chestnut.
the absence pf the pastor, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong
Douglas Newsome who attended a and, children spent the week end
pastor's conference at Blue Lake, with Mrs. Idella Martin of Bonifay.
Ala., last week. Rev. Newsome Mrs. N. E. Patterson of Bonifay
wi!l be in revival services at An- is spending the week end with her
dalusia, Ala., this wqek. daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. iStrange spent Walter Armstrong.
the week end in Wakulla with their Mr. and Mrs. 'Sam Armstrong of
'grandchildren, Dalbert and Linda Vernon spent the week with Mrs.
Fay Strange. Gracie Dunlap.
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Bruce of Mr. and Mrs. 'D. R. 'Casidy of
Quincy spent the week end with DeFuniak Springs spent the day
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin. with Mr. and Mrs. 'C. C. Peterson.
Mrs. J. L. McQuaig is spending F. M. Daniels spent the week
the week with friends and relatives end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
in Tampa. John Daniells of Kinard.
Mrs. Ollie IStokes and son, James Mrs. Luther Christmas and Mrs.
Alton of Pensacola and Mr. and L. A. Barns motored to Panama City
Mrs. Edward Simmons of Mobile, Ion business.
Ala., spent the week end with Mr. Mrs. Myra Davis and Mrs. J. J.
and Mrs. J. 'C. Blankeeney and Melancon, and Miss Nellie Faye
daughter, Pat. Clark of Bogalousa, La., spent Sat-


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WIMBERLEY PONTIAC COMPANY


Port St. Joe, Florida


R. E. PORTER, Manager


AiI 33I


DIAL BA 7-3411


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Mary Thdrpe, Pauline McQuaig,
W. H. Weeks, Betty McArdle, Ida
Bell Capps, Helen Walkins, June
*McArdle, J. C. McArdle, Jimmy
Dykes, Velma Kallas, Jeanie John-
son. Refreshments served were
crackers, salad, cookies, cokes and
coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilmore,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill 'Spooned and their
twin sons, all of Tallahassee and
Dr. and Mrs. Enwood Ashmore and
three children of Panama City were
visiting with Mr. Gilmore's sister,
Mrs. M. T. Patterson and sons dur-
ing the holidays.
Mrs. B. A. Peters visited over the
week end with her children, Mr.
and Mrs. Wes Messer and Wood-
-row Carr of Panama City.


WHITE CITY NEWS
by MRS. GEORGE HARPER
^^----------
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pope had as
their guests, their son, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Pope and children
of Bonifay, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vester Capps and
baby of Blountstown were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pope.
H. A. Braxton's home was struck
by lightning Friday morning and
damaged his television set to the
extent of approximately $50.00 and
it blew a hole in the kitchen wall
about six inches long and'-four in-
ches wide, jarred some screws
loose on the kitchen door. Mrs.
Braxton was working at the lava-
tory and a bolt struck the wall
behind the medicine cabinet and
ripped another small hole. Mrs.
Braxton told of being stunned for
a few minutes as a result of the
shock. 'She seemed to have been
knocked to the wall behind her. A
portion of the television aerial was
stripped down and the set dislodged
All current to the house was knock-
ed out. All members of the family
including -~ir children, Horace, Jr.,
9; Eddie, 8; Johnny, 7; Sandra, 3
and 'Shelia, 6 months felt the volt
of lighting.
Current was knocked out in many
homes here and all telephones were
reported to be out at one time be-
cause of the lightning 'here last
week.
Friends of Mrs. B. A. Pridgeon
will regret to learn that she is ill
at her home here.
B. A. Pridgeon, Jr., of Auburn,
(Continued on page 8)


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;t. E. PORTER, Manager


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Vital Statistics
to $4,130,000 in 1954.
A surprisingly large amount of
income in the County, which is
mostly a sandy soil was an income
of $159,000 from agricultural pro-
ducts in the county. Cattle and
calves on Gulf county farms are
valued at $912,000.
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White City News


the week end in Panama City visit-
ing their daughter and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Mahon.
CWO and Mrs. Jimmy Spotts and
children of Green Cove Springs
spent the week end here visiting
Mrs. Spotts' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carter Ward.
Rev. W. F. Markham left Sunday
night to take up his school activi-
ties in the Baptist Bible Institute
in Graceville after spending six
weeks here with his church.

For a "Crick" In your neck-See


Ala., spent the weke end here vis- a Chiropractor. (adv)
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
A. Pridgeon. Throat Irritations can come from
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hardy spent your splne.-See a Chiropractor.


OFFICIAL BALLOT
FIRST PRIMARY REGULAR ELECTION
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
September 13, 1955

To Vote For A Person Whose Name Is Printed On the Ballot,
Mark A Cross (X) In the Square at the Right of the Name
of the Person for Whom You Desire To Vote.

FOR MAYOR-COMMISSIONER Vote for One

J. L. SHARIT




FOR CITY COMMISSIONER, GROUP 1 Vote for One

JACK FOWLER

T. W. (Terry) HINOTE

CLIFFORD (Windy) THARPE




FOR CITY COMMISSIONER, GROUP 2 'Vote for One

OSCAR L. ROBERTS

FRANK SMITH

WATSON SMITH



YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN RE-ELECTING


Watson Sm1th


CITY COMMISSIONER Group Two

WILL BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED


District Governor Will Visit Local Rotary Fla. Forest Service

Club At Regular Luncheon Meeting Today Tower Men Will


C. E. Drummond


"Cures" For TB

Have Sprung Up

Over The Years

"Cures" for tuberculosis have
been reported for centuries. Any-
thing from large doses of alcoholic
beverages to horseback riding has
been recommended. And, oddly
enough, in spite of the most dras-
tic types of treatment, patients
l"ave recovered.
What the human frame, even
weakened by tuberculosis, has been
able to rise above is constantly
amazing. Even more amazing, per-
haps, is the persistence with which
people have sought a "sure cure"
for tuberculosis. A tremendous
amount of research-both genuinely
scientific and strictly amateur-
has gone into this problem. And
still it is unsolved'.
'Recently a farmer in Germany
.offered a new possibility for a TB
cure. One of his .pigs had what
semeed to be TB. He fed her cook-
ed nettles (the plant urtica). After
three or four months of this diet
the pig's cough disappeared. The
farmer has offered his discovery
to science for the benefit of hu-
manity.
It may not be as funny as it
sounds. In recent years, science
has stopped laughing at the an-
cient remedies of herb doctors.
Some have been found to be of
real value. No doubt, the farmer's
nettles, too, will be scientifically
tested to find out whether they
have any real effect on tuberculo-
sis.
In the last quarter of a century
scientists have amassed quantities


The Rotary Club of Port St. Joe
today will be host to C. R. Drum-
mond, Governor of the 242 District
of Rotary Internation, who is mak-
ing his annual official visit to each
of the 34 Rotary Clubs in North
Florida. He will address the Club
and confer with President Mark
Tomlinson and committee chairmen
on Rotary administration and ser-
vice activities.
Drummond is suburban manager
for Southern Bell at Jacksonvill
Beach, and is a member of the Ro-
tary Club of Jacksonville Beach.
He was elected District Governor
of IRotary International for the
1955-56 fiscal year at Rotary's Gol-
den Anniversary Convention in Chi-
cago last June. He is one of 238
District Governors supervising the
activities of some 8,700 Rotary
Clubs which have a membership of
414,000 business and professional
executives in 92 countries and geo-
graphical regions throughout the
world.
Wherever Rotary Clubs are lo-
cated, President Tomlinson asserted
in discussing the Governor's visit,
their activities are similar to those
of the Rotary Club of Port St. Joe
because they are based on the same
general obectives-developing bet-
ter undeertanding and fellowship
among business and professional
men, promoting community-better-
meLt undertakings raising the stan-
dards of business and professions,
and fostering the advancement of
good will, understanding and -peace
among all the peoples of the world.
Each year, this world-wide ser-
vice organization continues to
grow in numbers and in strength,
During the past fiscal year, 416 new
Rotary Clubs were organized in 50
countries of North, South and Cen-
tral America, Europe, Asia, Africa
and the Islands of the Pacific.
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of knowledge about tuberculosis
and the germ that causes it. They
have tested for antituberculosis
effect every drug that has been
developed for any disease. A few
have been found of great value in
treatment because they suppress
the germs so that the body is given
a chance to heal itself. Research
goes on for better drugs to treat
TB-and may come from some
thing as unlikely as the diet of
nettles.
This column is sponsored, in the
Interest of better health, by the
Gulf County TB and Health As
sociation.


editions With greater accuracy. flung as Walnut Hill tower in Es-
The primary function of the Ser cam'bia County and Princeton tow-
rice's field units is to detect and er in Dade County. The Service
suppress forest fires, but they have mans a total of 150 towers through-


****aeen ac u hoie toILUII&U performii a numu-
llfl^ ftf VV-fIM ber of sPecial services, including


TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Forest Service has agreed to take
on one more extra-curricular acti-
vity which its unique facilities
make it especially fit for. State
Forester C. H. Coulter says that
upon request of the U. S. Weather
Bureau, the Servce's towermen over
the state will begin to watch for
and report violent weather condi-
tions. This includes severe thun-
derstorms,: heavy hail, destructive
winds or tornados.
'Coulter said the Service's wea-
ther-watching will enable the Wea-
ther Bureau to check more closely
on the accuracy .of forecasts, keep


out tne state.


emergency communications for the
civil defense program, and fighting
of rural home and farm building
fires. Upon occasion, mobile fire-
fighters also act as unofficial trav-
elers' aids on the states' highways
by giving assistance and directions
to puzzled motorists.
Coulter says the towermen's wea-
ther reports will give information
on type of storm, location, time ob-
.served, intensity, speed and direc-
tion of movement, and estimated
velocity of winds in storm.
Forest Service units in northeast
Florida have been doing some wea-


their reporting for the federal-fore-
casters for about two years. The


a 'closer tab on current weather 'new agreement will provide wea-
conditions, and predict future don- ther spotters in locations as far-


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