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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: October 20, 1955
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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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PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
'Weekly Newspaper


THE


TH E STAR
; Published in Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued -Development of
Gulf County


"Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghattaheochee Valley"


.VOLUME XIX


^ A 7 Run
Sewer Line To


PSJ High School

Tuesday night, the City of Port
bt. Joe completed negotiations with
the Gulf .County School Board to
0#pply the high school with city
newer service.
The city will have to lay approvi-
mately 5,000 feet of sewer pipe to
service- the school. The present
lines stop at Sixteenth Street. A
line must be run from Sixteenth
to the High School buildings.
The City completed negotiations
o' borrow $5,000.00 from the
school Board to finance laying of
.the line. The money will. be paid
back over a period of five years
with no interest being charged. The
schools will have their, water and
sewer bill applied to the annual
$1,000 debt each -month and the
city will make up the difference
at the end of the year.
Work will begin as soon as the
pipe ..can be delivered for the lay-,
ing of the line.

Gulf Sharing In State

Road Building Program

Mra than S'77 millions In road


Single Copy 8c


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955


Shrks W n onfer lDiscounts Lower County
harks in Conferencerake From'54-'55 Taxes

t O tst Over Graceville :unty budget came up
C on est -O v er : U lale ille $1,478.16 this past Year due to so
many people paying their taxes
early to take advantage of the
The St. Joe Sharks defeated" he with St. Joe receiving the opening discount.
Graceville Tigers last Friday. night kickoff. Halfback Travis Jones car- The Commissioners were on-
by a 34-7 score. The Sharks ran ried to the. Graceville 25-yard line, finally slated to get $66,513.00
up a 21-0 lead during the first where quarterback Walter Wilder out of taxes collected in the


quarter. The scoring started early lateraled to halfback Ross Hudson
--- who scampered to pay dirt. Full-
I Back Wayne Taylor kicked the extra
F. E. Trammell is point. The second score was set
lup when Wilder passed to halfback


Rehired By County

F. E. Trammell was rehired
by the County Board of Com-
missioners at a special meeting
held on October 13, to head up
the County's Pest Control Pro-
gram.
At a special meeting on this date
the Commission met to discuss the
cutting off of County funds by the
State for the control' program. It
was ascertained that if Trammell
was re-instated the funds would, be
available once more. J. C. Price
offered a resolution that Trammell
be re-instated. The motion was sec-
onded by E. C. Harden, who voted
against the original firing. On a
vote, Price, Harden and:' Cooper


Bert Munn for 30 yards to the 8-yard
line and on the next play Munn
scored. Taylor's kick was good.
Hudson ran 15 yards through the
middle of the Graceville line for
the next marker and Taylor kicked
the extra point. Graceville was un-
able to make a single first down
during the first quarter, with St.
Joe making five.
The Shark's second team played
the second quarter and heldr Grace-
ville scoreless, allowing them only
one first down.
The Sharks used the passing at-
tack during the third and final
quarters, and Wilder seems to have
improved greatly in this capacity.'
During the third quarter, Robert
Nedley snagged a 22-yard pass for
a touchdown and Wilder passed to


County but the amount was cut
to $65,034.84 due to the discounts.
A final report from the Gulf
County Tax Collector, 'H. 0. Prid-
geon, to the Board had $227,742.80
charged to the collector for col-
lection. Of this amount $65,034.84
went to the Commissioners; $145,-
245.32 to the School Board; $6,-
845.79 to the Health Dept. and
$625.38 to the St. Joe Fire Con-
trol District.
$8,634.80 were ,reojorded in dis-
counts. :'
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St. Joe Players Named
By Democrat Writer

(Port St. Joe's hbaltbacks Beirt
Munn and Ross Hudson, tackle
Charles Smith andy guard Gene
IRaffield 'have been picked by Wal-
ter Revell, Democrat.sports writer,
for this week's honors on the week-
ly checklist of the big bend football
action.


More, tan $77 millions in roaa vote aye an T. (Do) nhit- Nedey fr the etra point. Bl ttown habak Johnny
construction projects 'were under- field, who moved that Trammell final score was set up Blountatown haloppy back Johnny
way in the state during September, be fired, voted nay to the retiring The final score was set up dur- Fowler and Sopchoppy tackle Larry
according to a 'monthly progress motion. ing .the last quarter when guard Davis have been named as back
i O o Charles Smith intercepted a Grace- and lineman of the week.
r.p.rt issued OG...o. r'0.. by. V.-'1bur c ..... was 1 and hneman or th week.
E. Jnes., Cha:rn.n .bf h State not-resent was ville pass on the Tiger 20-yard Two, Chattahoocheb stars, full-
Poad Deparlment. the original firing ofTrarme'l yards for the touchdown. The kic bck ayne Hm d ad e-
In additln to fhe $77, "1.>.; c during a special meetingby tryShelby and Sopehnopp'y halfback
project's already under constrcH enCommission about a mnnth ago, Henry Chum were close runners-up
ticn, Chrmn. n. -es s.d that, bids IWhitfield, Pricee and ,Ha voted The Sharks' second and third in .the weekly selections.
"' -. -. tams played the final minutes of-
were received *fcr $10.770,775 in' for the dismissal with Hairen and am playe the fal muts o
new construction. Dul, th- n Cooper dissenting., : the game. Graceville's lone score Guests of Hammocks
contracts were formally- awarded After Traminiell was re-instated,,came late in the last quarter Mr.. and Mrs. ,,. Yuil of La-
for other road cunstruc.ion totaling Comnissioner Harden asked for aant St. Joes third team when fayette, Ind, are theguests of their
$3,610,S16 while work comp'eted. Trammell's pay to be retroactive to halfback Beckworth ran some 66 daughter and son-i-law, Mr. and
and accepted by t.hb4 eprtiEnt m ij6 date of his disrisal. an yards for the touchdown. The try Mrs. Billy Hammneo on Wodward.
the p-ri.'d a qrou ed- lo.2.80..4:'a-lL,-.otrd aye' with th excepLio or the estra int was good ad ,A:venue ,
. The Board- : tb sc p-,".... ?te scor.ng e stt4 .Broe 34 ',,' ..
project is undr-vay in. Guli County. rhe Board appoi ted Wax Kil- ..cev .. '
This is the mulching of 7 .27 ni!e. bourn. who was bired to take Tram.' Hudson and Munn we&'e"leading
on State Road 30A from the Frank- nl'-i place to go to Jacksonville 'rL'und g"-in-" f ,r- the Sharks. 1
lin County line to Port St. Jce to meet with the State Board and! nU~aUn who has seen limited ac
which has just begun arid is only see about getting State Funds-com- ticn thus. far this yeat, did T I
1% complete. ing to the County again. some fine :running, scoring ttwo of l 1
__ : St. Joe's )Tbis. Charlip, :,Smith 1
played his fsuala good game. Smith i
r ram iste' For Annual P-T A. is one of Port St. Joe's most con-
sistent linemen. Tackle Gene Raf-
Hallow 'en C rnival Set for Next Week 'ld and center Jimmyh M rlow also

-- This was the first conference vic-
Many Activities Are -Slated P~rede Will Inaugurate The tory for the Sharks, compared with Y,
For Fair Ground Strt of Carnival To two losses The Sharks have 'an
F -r-Fr.round.. B-.o A.n iflT open date this week,
Dr ti-A~ B i A 400


ruJa oini--j i Regi .t f:UU
Witches, black cats, ghosts' and To touch off the Elementary
other weird Hallowe'en characters School Hallowe'en Carnival on Oc-


Mkes Fine
3mnd Makes Fine


'will be seen next week when the tober 29, the children of the com- 'owin- F riday
(Port St. Joe Elementary School munity will again march down theg
Parent-Teacher Association :stage'main street in brilliant costumes .
their annual' Hallowe'en carnival. appropriate to the season. I By OCYLE MUNN
The festivities will begin with a The parade will consist of four Port St. Joe's High School Band
.parade at 4:00 p.m. Mrs. Clyd Fi'e divisions this year: (1) most ap- under the direction of' Herman
_La2 charge of the arrangements of propriate to, Hallowe'en, (2) Story Dian, bandmaster, presented a half-
the parade. She. announced this Book characters, including Nursery time show Friday night before some
wedk that the prizesifor the parade :Ihymes, (3). most original and (4). 900 fans at the new football field
will be judged in three classes: ;most gaily decorated bicycle. A first during the game between Grace-
Mother Goose, nursery- folk, Hallo- 4 d second prize will 'be awarded ville and Port'St. Joe.
we'en, the most original and, best in each division. The line-up 'is as 'The band, led by Miss Kathryn
costume for the occasion and bicy-! follows: Marshall as drum majorette, mar-
cles, which will be judged on their I Police escort, decorated bicycles, ched on the field playing "Ameri-
decoration and riders. There %ill band, Hallowe'en costumes, Boy can's We". A blackout number fea-
be three prizes awarded in each Scouts, most original costumes, turning the band playing "Trees"
class, stated Mrs. Fite. Brownies, story book costumes, and with Herman Dean narrating, was
Feature events will be darts, pony~. the Cub Scouts. beautifully portrayed in the form'
rides, fish-pond, house of horrors .The parade will begin assembling of a huge green-lighted tree. For
and the scenic boat ride.. Booths at 3:15 in the general area of the the visitors, they formed a H I and
will contain hot dogs,. candy, ham- depot at. th'e north end of Reid Ave- played "Hi Neighbor". They con-
iburgers, hot and cold drinks andnue. The Police and Highway Pa- eluded with the formation of a S
cookies. The midway will be open trol escort, the bicycles, and band to represent Sharks and played the
immediately following the parade. will line up on Reid Avenue Alma Mater for the St. Joe fans.
Outstanding attraction for the high ween First and Second The band never looked "harper"
school students and for parents Beginning with the costumed chil- as they marched and performed.
will be the scenic boat ride that is dren, tile remainder of the parade Majorettes Patricia Smith, Mary
being offered this year. The boat! will line up along first street on th'e Ann Williams, Dorothy Dormany,
ride will begin at the pier and will depot side, toward Long Avenue. Delores Chism, Edna Young and
be a ridepast the mill,out in theThe units will begin moving at 4:00 Voncile. Alsobrook performed a
bay and back. A nominal fee will' P.m., South on Reid Avenue, con- beautiful job in their handling of
be charged. 'Capt. Altoft Dendy and ,tinuing to 5th street, then north the baton.
Capt. Joe Paffee will pilot the boat. *to the City Park. In the clarinet section is Barbara
Life preservers will 'be issued Each parade entrantB will Eells Beth Garraway, Diana Mc-
e prsserers. wl numbered and each di-vision will Knight, .Judy Fensom arie Tal-
all passengers. have a different colored card to be night, Judy Fensom, Marie Tal-
Shave a different colored card to beley, Connie Chason, Crista Duren,
*Mrs. William Whaley and Mrs. displayed for the benefit of judging. leyb Ward Betty Ward and Dureni-
Ralph Nance will have charge of The judges will be stationed at in- ane LaBobby Ward, Betty Ward and Di-
.decorating the city park (across tervals along the line of march, and ne Lay andt section is Lindseyll.
from the Motel St. Joe) for the prizes will be awarded immediately In the cornet section is Lindsey
carnival. following the parade at the Carni- Thurbay, Emogene Wood, Jackie
:feollowig the parade at the Carni-A l
Special attraction.will be a witch val grounds. Parents and children CaSmith, Higdon Swatts, Kenneth
with a huge black pot in the cen- are directed to get their number Settemmire, Alma Maddox, Loretta
ter of the midway. She' will have at the formation center from one Burkett, Lewis Rogers, nMarie
for sale a cup of "witches' brew". of the parade marshall who will Smith Clyde Farmer and Blair
Plans are progressing aund corn- assist in lining up the units as fol- Shuford
mittees have been meeting for the lows: Bicycles, Mrs. Charles Gar- The trombone section is com-
past two weeks to make this year's raway; Story Books, Mrs. W. L. posed of Billy Mazorol, Bob Munn
carnival one of the best ever pre- Durant; Hallo-we'en, Mrs. Henry Terrance Hinote, Billy McKeithan,
sented in iSt. Joe. Maige; Original, Mrs. Grady Keels. (Continued on Page 10)


Wimberly Resigns

Commission Post

Commissioner George Wimberl'y
tendered his resignation to the City
Commission Tuesday night at the
regular meeting of the Board. Wim-
berly listed his reason for resign-
ing due to 'bad health. For several
months the Commissioner has
been having trouble with his heart
After the meeting of the Commis-
sion on October '4, he suffered an
attack and has been in bed since.
This past week. he was admitted
to .the Municipal Hospital.
The Commission appointed to the
vacancy left by "Wimberly, Gordon
Hallmark, .owner of Hallmark's
Department Store. Hallmark will
finish out the pne year left in
Wimberly's term

Youth Revival Set
The Rev. Hayward Youngblood
of iSouthport will be .conducting a'
series of revival meetings at the
Oak Grove"Assembly of God Church
beginning October 21 and continu-
ing through October 30. The pub-
lic is cordially invited to attend.
.--'-
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones had
as their visitors last week, Mrs.


$3.00 Per Year


NUMBER 12


City -End-Year With


Deficit H -Allpartmen~tls
Ud lfI 11w~QB&I~*l


Construction; Reduced Income Are

Blamed For Condition


Inspection of a balance sheet of be laid to several things that have
-each department of the city Tues- come up since the budget was set
day night by. the City Commission last year.
showed that the city will show a The main item causing the defi-
deficit in every department for this cit is construction by the city, in
year's operation. The deficit can the water department, parks and
cemetery. Part of .the deficit funds
-are composed of sums that were
Terry Hinote To Head scheduled to be paid off in a per-
Band Boosters Group iod of several years. Another cause
.of the deficit was a drop in city
Terry Hinote was elected presi- gasoline, amusement and cigaret
dent of the Band Boosters in a tax income over the previous year.
meeting of the organization, Thurs- Hospital Debt
day night in the band room. According to the records, the
'Other officers elected for the year Municipal Hospital will wind up
were Henry Chason, first vice-presi- the year with $21,695.34 short of
dent in charge of finance; Mrs. meeting its budget. The last Coun-
Bert Munn, second vice-president, cil' allocated $12,000.00 from the
in charge of publicity; Mrs. John General Fund to take some of the
Blount, secretary and Mrs. W. E. slack in hospital operations. The
Thursday, treasurer. necessary purchase of a new $11,500
J. B. Harris, outgoing president x-ray machine ran the hospital debt
presided over the meeting. A re- up to the high level. The net oper-
port on the band calendar was eating loss at the hospital is expect-
given by Mrs. Bert Munn. Mrs. ed to come to $11,'695-very close
Thomas Mitchell gave the treasur- to the estimated $12,000 deficit.
er's report. Mrs. S. B. Shufford gave The present commission, in set-
a report on the sale of football pro- ting up next year's budget set aside
grams. It was voted by 'the group around $25,000 for the hospital for
to pay for the programs for open- expected losses in operation, and


W.-E. Donaldson of Lexington, Ky.: ,ig game wnici was a spea1
Mr. and Mrs. W K. Donaldso, of gram dedicated to members of
Mr. and Mrs. W.K.Donald 1192 team.
Evanston, Ky. and. Mr. .and Mrs. 19. team.
J. T. Graves and Mrs. Martha -Cut- W. J Mazorol, Joseph Dowd, I
chen of Newville, Ala. They were ,W. E. Thursday\ and Mrs.- J
also guests of,Mr ~. and. Mrs; T. F. Blount were appointed to sell
Smith. progr-iam at the tne-xt game


ROSS HUDSON is brought down by Graceville players after a 25-yard run in last Friday
game here. Hudson was one of the leading ground gainers for the evening and scored tw
touchdowns. Gene Raffield is shown charging up from behind after blocking out two Grace
ville would-be tacklers. (Star Photo(


PICTURED ABOVE are the new officers of the Northwest Coast Baptist Association. From left to right
are: Rev. Adolph Bedsole, Moderator, pastor, Emanuel Church, Panama City; Rev. C. Byron Smith,
Vice-Moderator, pastor First Baptist Church, Port St. Joe and Rev. J. C. Odum, Clerk-Treasurer, pastor
Long Avenue Baptist Church, Port St. Joe. (Photo courtesy New.-l.erald)


for some capital improvements to
the institution.
The hospital, through September
30, has taken in $90,434.34. Total
salaries to this date has been $50,-


t 709.32. Average operating expense,
other than salaries, has been $4,600
.per most; h.
''. GEIIERALFUNPD
:'I.'r ri ntf"i .rJ" a nd piivis!on of'
the rity is expected to wind up the
year with $30,144.3.0- indebts. Most
of this deficit was due to the fall
in the above-mentioned income
sources. $10,771.87 of the amount
is in construction contracts for the
parks and cemetery that are pay-
able over a three-year period.
Every department in the General
Fund went slightly over the bu'd-
get with the fire department going
over their budget before the year
was half over due to a large amount
of fires the first half of the year.
WATER DEPARTMENT
Needed repairs to the city sew-
age disposal 'system will put that
department $7,592.02 in the hole
for this year's operation. Repairs
to the system are running much
lover the $18,000 expected to repair
S the system to first-class working
:order. Now that work on the sys-
item is 80% complete, it is estimat-
ed that repairs to the plant will
run around $28,000.
The City took on the job of re-
s pairing the system plant itself
o when the cheapest bid obtained for
the work was around $36,000.
GOOD YEAR
Q All in all the city had a good
year despite-'the deficit at the end
of the year. None of the debts are
pressing and much needed work
was done to improve city services
for years to come.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
LUNCHROOM MENU


Monday, October 24
,Scalloped beef and potatoes,
string beans, wheat bread, butter,
cherry crisp and milk.
Tuesday, October 25
Oven fried chicken with gravy,
mashed potatoes, peach salad, sli-
ced tomatoes, white bread, butter
and milk.
Wednesday, October 26
iShepherd's pie, buttered corn,
Jello fruit cup, wheat bread, but-
ter, half orange, cookie and 'milk.
Thursday, October 27
Spaghetti with meat sauce, cole
slaw, wheat bread, butter, apple'
crisp, and milk.
Friday, October 28
Ham and bean scallops, buttered
carrots, grapefruit sections, all-
bran muffins, butter and milk.

Return To Port St. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Smith, for-
mer residents of Port St. Joe have
:recently moved back here after re-
1,siding for a time in Atlanta, Ga.
They are residing on Palm Blvd.


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Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Edit


Elizabeth Ann Carte

Married October 9

Miss Elizabeth Ann Carte
daughter of Mrs. J. L. Carter an
the late Mr. Carter of Vernon, bE
came the bride of Raymond Eu
gene Lawrence of Port St. Joe, o
Sunday afternoon, October 9, in th
Vernon Baptist Church.
Before a background of ferns
white gladioli, chrysanthemums an
burning white tapers, the double
ring ceremony was performed b3
the Rev. Thomas R.. Miller, priest
in-charge of St. James Church o
Port St. Joe. The Episcopal mar
riage service was used. Miss Eiza
beth Brock, pianist, gave tradition
al pre-nuptial music and "Thc
Lord's Prayer" was sung by Mis.
Mary Catherine May.
The bride, given in marriage by
her brother, Charles Carter of Por
St. Joe, chose for her wedding
ballerina length gown of white lace
and tulle over ice blue taffeta. Her
three tiered veil of illusion wai
held by a tiara of pearls and se
quins. Her white satin prayer book
was topped with a purple throated
white orchid.
Miss Hazel Burnette of Port St
Joe was maid of honor. Miss Bur
nette wore a street length dresp of
periwinkle blue cotton satin and
carried a spray of pink, blue and
white carnations.
'Serving Mr. Lawrence as best
man was his father, Garland Fran-
cis Lawrence.
The bride's mother was dressed
in navy blue with powder blue ac-
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BOX OFFICE OFP

FIRST SHOW ST

FRIDAY and SATURDAY


WOMAN OF FIRE ...
I IN A LAND AFLAME!



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SUNDAY, MONDAY




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Highland View WMU
Has Program Meeting

The Women's Missionary Union
es of the Highland View Baptist


nChurcn met Monday afternoon at
or Dial 7-5461 the church with 14 members pres-
ent.
R Mrs. C. A. Phelps gave the devo-
r, aymond Lawrence tional taken from ;St. Matt. 2:1-8.
The group gave the watchword and
In Vernon Church sang the WMU hymn. Mrs. E. R.
DuBose led in prayer.
r, cessories and a blue carnation cor- The program, "Come Women
d sage. The bridegroom's mother wore Wide Proclaim" was a royal ser-
e- lilac lace with matching accessor- vice program with the following
ies and a corsage of lilac fiji-mums. members taking part. Mrs. Lillie
n Following the ceremony, the Ritchter gave, "A message on the
ie couple left on a short wedding trip Watchword" which was written by
and upon their return will reside in Mrs. George R. martin. Mrs. W. W.
Port St. Joe. Garrett gave "Come Women of To-
SOut-of-town guests included Mr. ay". Mrs. Ralph Macomber gave
d Out-of-town guests included Mr. "Come Wide Proclaim". Mr. Leo
e and Mrs. S. L. Barke, Mr. and Mrs. Come Wde Poloi" Mrs Leo
Kennedy, "Come Follow In Their
y H. S. Lilius, Neese and Henry Li- Tain". Mrs. R llh Harbuco, "CTme
t- lius, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Quarles, Train". Mrs Ruth iHarbuc-, "Co.e
f Jr., Mrs. Thomas R. Miller, Mr. Clasping oChildren's Hands". uMrs.L
and Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, all of Port Macomber read, "Come, Your Love
St. Joe and Mrs. Bessie Napper of Outpour". Mrs. L. F. Adams, 'Come
PSisters of Many Lands". Mrs. Co-
S c____ol ker gave, "Come Christ, Your Re-
s LAYMEN'S DAY WILL BE ward Shall Speak".
Mrs. DuBose read a letter from
OBSERVED BY METHODISTS
missionaries in Keffi, Africa, Rya
y Layman's Day will be observed and Jeanie Crowder and children.
t at the First Methodist Church of The meeting was dismissed with
a Port St. Joe at both of the worship a prayer led by Mrs. Ralph Ma-
e services on this coming Sunday, comber.
r October 23. Gordon Hallmark and .- _
s Hubert Richards will be the speak-
- ers at these services. George Su- Mrs. A .M. Jones, Jr.
ber, the church lay leader, will Preside Over W
, have charge of the services. The PreSides Over WSCS
public is givn a cordial invitation
to attend. Morning worship is at ,Mrs. A. M. Jones, Jr., was in
- 11:00 a.m. and Evening worship at charge of the program meeting of
7:30 p.m. .the Woman's Society of Christian
Service in a meeting held Monday
I CARD OF THANKS afternoon at the church.
We wish to thank our many '"The Spread of the Kingdom in
friends here for their many expres- Perilous Times" was the topic of
sions of sympathy during ouri re- theprogram. It was taken from the
cent bereavement by the death of text book, "To the End of the
our father, Judson C. Clark. Earth".
J. D. 'CLARK FAMILY The call' to worship was given by
Mrs. Jones with scripture from the
++++*^+-^e ++ 4th chapter of Cor. read by Mrs.
S S Fennon Talley. Mrs. Carson Green
gave Uhe creed followed with the
group singing "The Gospel". Mrs.
Jones led in prayer. Discusisons
were held with Mrs. Roy Gibson,
Sr., Mrs. L. J. Temple, Mrs. J. L.
Sharit, Mrs. John Blount, Jr., tak-
i ing parts. Mrs. Chris Martin sang
a solo, "A Mighty Fortress is Our
'ENS 7:00 P. M God". The closing prayer was giv-
en by Mrs. Josh Miller. The group
ARTS 7 30 P M sang, "The Voice of God is Calling"
AT 7~ :30 PeI'm e closing with the WSOS benediction.
n ,q, ~Mrs. Ed Ramsey, president held
a brief buaness session. It was an-
TUESDAY noumced that'a rummage sale will
Sbe held Saturday, October 22 in
the building, corner Reid and Third
Street. Circle Three will sponsor
this sale and reported that there
will be many good buys.

Move To New Home
Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Grace and
family have move& to their new
home on Hunter Circle.


$29.95 VALUE! Luxury
^ ELECTRIC BLANKET
Double-bed size. Guar-
anteed 2 yrs. U.L
;& approved. 18 Fed
SSPECIAL 108.95 ncl.a
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Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
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Entered as second-class matter, December 19. 1987, at the
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STILL THE WORLD'S BIGGEST JOB
Emminent medical opinion supports the
statement that President Eisenhower is entirely
alert and quite capable of handling affairs of
state fro mhis bed in Fitzsimons Army Hospital
in Denver. We are further assured that his first
exposures since Setptember 24th to the cares of
office -- ; .; ,n- presco..,. i. ;,s \is;s .ith Dr si-
dential Assisitai Shiirimn Adams, Vice Presi-
dent Nixon and Secretary of State Dulles have
done him no harm. Referring to the Dulles
visit specifically, Presidential Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty said, ". .. it probably did
bim a lot of good."


Thus the parade of cabinet officers atid
other advisors will doubtless continue barring
a change of orders by the doctors for the re-
maining weeks at the hospital, and after that
for the remainder of the year at the Eisenhower
farm at Gettysburg.
But, even so, even with Governor Adams
commanding a White House desk that bears
the seal of the President between escort trips
to and from Denver and with the Vice Presi-
dent as stand-in at meetings of the cabinet and
the Security Council, it must be admissed that
the 'Ship of State is sailin under jury rig .
and in stormy waters.
We think most Americans would feel more
confident of the President's recovery and nore
certain of the nation's security in these critical
tmes if the Chief Executive were to call- the
Congress back into session and ask that his au-
thority be officially delegated pro-tern to the
Vice President.
It has been generally recognized that Mr.
Nixon has been more of an "Assistant President"
than any of his predecessors, also that he has
- handled his assignments energetically, courage-
ously, untiringly albeit a little grimly. In the
rising chorus of politicos that "Dick can't win":
we detect more than a captious fear that he
might if given the opportunity.
But the politicians can see only 1956. This
is still 1955, and the burdens of the Presidency,
at home and abroad, grow no lighter. They
can not, in any conscience, or in reality, be
brought to a sick-bed.


Honored With Party spending a week in Donaldsonville,
NEWS FROM Mrs. Fred Hill honored her daugh-
ter Geraldine on her eighth birth-
OAK GROVE day with a party, 'Saturday at 3:00 s., .
Several games were played then
By HELEN NORRIS refreshments of birthday cake, can- ... '
dy and punch were served to the '' "
Honored With Party guests who helped Geraldine cele- ,
Mrs. Chason honored her daugh- brate her eighth birthday: Sarah
ter, Brenda on her fourth birthday Norris, Nita Yates, LS'rah Yates,
with a party, Thursday at 2:00 Sev- Linda Faye Gardner, Linda Cox,
eral games were played. Refresh- Diana Gardner, Paula Lovett, Pat
ments of cake and punch were set- Gentry, Linda -tHill, Olivia Gwalt-
ved to the following who helped ney and the honoree, G ^raldine Hill
Brenda celebrate the occasion: Roy each one received a arty favor.
Gene Norris, Lamar Anderson, Pat Honored With ar ty
Gentry, Lonnie and Kenny Hill, Di- Mrs. T. C. ISmith honored her
ana Gardner, Jenny and Jimmy daughter, Betty Jo on' her tenth
Sniall and the 'honoree, Brenda Cha- birthday with a party*Saturday at
3:00 at her home on 'Jackson St:
son. Party favors of balloons were -
given. Several games were played and
Honored With Party prizes were awarded to'Lloyd Gard-
M. r... an ener and Flornell Walker. Then re-
uv~~ra.. ~ ed herJ aayULLJ


MvIrs Buci JDUJL.ormany UJonoreU. ae
daughter Dot, on her 13th birthday fres hmens oe cake,tcookies all
with a party at her home Thursday punch were served t the r, Marollow-
at 6:00. Several games were played ng guests: Lloyd Gardner, Mar-
and prizes were awarded to Fran- lane Hudson, Peggy Ann Haskin,
ces Spears and Bobby Jean O'Brian. Floranell Walker, Linda Price,
I Gloria Jean. Madd,)n;q.MaryiRileY.
Refreshments of cake, candy and
Harry Burton', Clyde Norris, Eric
cokes were served to the following Harry Buron, Clyde Norris, Eric
guests: Johnnie Ray,, Peggy Jo Hammond, Hubert Gardner and the
Burns, Tommy Riley, Don Gardner, honoree, Betty Jo 'Smith.
BurnsTommyRleyMr. and .Mrs. Allen Norris and
Mike McKenise, Barbara Jo Young, children motored to Wewahitcka
.Howard Lovett, Sue Tucker, Carl- children motored to Wewahitcbka
ton O'Brian, Norma and Leo Hobbs, F .iday on business.
David Odum, Frances ,Spears Bud- Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levis and
dy Williams, Mary Ellen Hender- daughter Regennia spent the week
son, Jack Levins, Ray Rester, Gail end in Bonifay visiting with friends
Anderson, Herbert Gardner, Betty and relatives.
Deese, Juanita Norris, Alice Jean Mr d a
Gay, Jenny Norris,: Bobby Jean children of Panama City were t
O'Brian, Patsy .Smith, Linda Burge, Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs
Joe Porter, Billy Williams, Johnny Carl Deese. -
Dykes, Murlene Woolsey, Lavonnia Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ernest and
Stephens, Jimmy Wilder, Albert daughter, Joann of Panama City
were the week end guests of Mrs.
Ray, Buddy Love,. Lewayne Knight. Minnie Gay.
Minnie Gay.
W. B. Dormany and L. G. Dor- Gene Anderson of Jacksonville,
many of Plant City were the week spent the week end visiting with
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buck his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Jessie
Dormany. Mr. W. B. Dormany is Anderson.
the father of Buck Dormany. ;Mrs. June Norris, Mrs. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall and Gardner and Mrs. Fred Hill motor-
Miss Aliemae 'Campbell spent ed to Panama City Friday on busi-
Wednesday in Marianna visiting ness.
with Mr. and Mrs. Willys Liptford Miss Minnie Old Ray of Moultrie,
and family. Ga., spent several days visiting
Mrs. Lloyd Riley and Mrs. Buf- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
ford Griffin and daughter, Wyvonne P. Ray.
motored to Panama City Friday on Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams and
business, daughter, Chris Ann spent several
Miss Boncile Dykes and Howard days in Georgia visiting with
Linegarbar were united in mar- friends and relatives.
riage Friday at Wewahitchka. The Mr. and Mrs. James Young and
couple will make their home in Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Darby of
Panama City. ITyndall Field were the Sunday
Mrs. Joel Lovett anz. Mrs. Ear- Iguests of Mr. and .Mrs. W. C. Wil-
,nest Lightfoot motored to Panama 'son.
City Friday on business. I ir. and -r.' Junior Jerffcoat are


S From where I sit... /y Joe Marsh


Tie This On(

For Consideration-

Ciosed the officee early last Sat- help any more-but I'd rather
arday to go after pheasants with waste a shell than let him know."
Pops Foster. I used fewer shells From where I sit, Pops always
than the old gentleman and took shows consideration for people
home more birds-but not be- too. For instance, this is a small
cause I did Letter shooting. thing, but he puts a bottle of beci
I'd borrowed a dog for the oc- on ice for me when I visit him-
easican. Pops took along' Blue, his though he never takes anything
anl-icnt pointer. Several times I but coffee hlm-.elf. Even if he
noticed Pops walk.up to a clump doesn't agree with me on a mat-
of bushes Blue had pointed at ter of personal choice (which is
and fire into the air-though he his right) he'd rather not make a
hadn't flushed a single bird. "point" of letting me know.
Naturally, I wanted to know /
why. "Well," he said sheepishly,
"I've been hunting with that dogs .-
for11 seasons. His noseisn'tmuch .

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Ga., with Mr. and Mrs. Odis Jeff- Florida Rebekah President ibeputy Grand Master 6f District AREV. LEE ARAHAM WILL
coat. Honored By Local Lo No 2 as named as the outstand- LEAD MEDITATIONS
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Love and ing Odd Fellow of the jurisdiction The Rev. Lee Graham, former
children Gypsie and Buddy and Mrs. Viola Walters, Noble Grand aof Florida, minister of ISt. James' Episcopal
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Baxter spent Rebekah LoThirteen Past Noble Grands, four Church, of Birmingham, Ala., will
of 'Melody Rebekah Lodge No. 22,Ci
Sunday in Pensacola visiting withat the meeting on- Thurs Past Grand Masters, two Noble be leader of .meditations during the
friends and relatives. day, October 13 at Masonic Hall Grands and three Vice Grands were annual church meeting, and speak
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskin and when Mrs. Thelma Rolls of Kissim- given recognition as well as five during the social hour *in the par-
daughter, Peggy motored to Bristolmee, president of the Florida Re- guests from Lynn Haven, 17 from ish house, tonight -at 8:00 p.m.
Sunday visiting with friends and mee, president of the guest Florida f Panama City and one from Kissim- Rev. Tom Miller, minister, has stat-
relatives. honorAssembly was the guest mee ed that "this is an important night
Rev. and .Mrs. Lloyd Riley motor- h Mrs. Florazelle Connel commend- in the life of 'St. James' Church
ed to Panama City Monday on The halt was beautifully decor- ed 'Mrs. Flora Long for the artistry and we hope that everyone will be
business. ated autumn al wers which were displayed in the decoration of the present."
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Porter spent tastefully laced atthe various sta- hall.
Sunday in Tallahassee visiting tions. On a large foster in the front Mrs. Mary Forehand presented it Pays To Advertise Try t.
with John Strange. of the 'hall with dark background Mrs. Rolls with an attractive gift
Honored With Party and silver lettering was "Welcome from the lodge.
Honored With Party Thelma". Forgiveness, Harmony
Mrs. Herman Stripling honored i a rgo i s a Mrs. Mary Weeks read an ori- HALLMARK
her daughter, Karen on her seventh and a large foster with similar back- ginal poem that she had written HALLMARK
birthday with a party at her home ground in the rear of the hall pic- in honor of Mrs. Rolls which de-
on Madison .Street Monday at 3:00. tred the three links and the word-s picted her as efficient, energetic, SHOES are GUARANTEED
Several games were played then Friendship, Love and Truth. tactful, ,. .ie,i au, kind; an individ- to give satisfaction
refreshments of cake, candy and Mrs. Rolls was escorted to the ual whc ,:,., e.-ple and flowers.
punch were served to the follow- seat of honor by Mrs. Gladys Boyer, ,Mrs. Florazelle Connell present- Low In Cost
ing guests: Bobby Glen Lightfoot, conductor and in a very gracious ed a gift to -Mrs. Ora Dean from High In Value
Judy Anderson, Ricky Lovett, Mar- manner she commended the work Melody Lodge.
lyn Knight, Mary Riley, Jan Strip- which is being done by the lodges _
ling, Judy Graham, Ralph Knight, in District number ,2 which includes
Diana Gardner, Frankie Gwaitney, Panama City, Lynn Haven and R A T'D CLEANED, FLUSHED
David 'Horton, Sarah Norris, Linda Port St. Joe. ,She further .stated that RADIA T ORS. REPAIRED and RECORED
Fay Gardner, Paula Lovett, Barbara we need a divine discontent in Re-
Young, Gloria Shoots, Olivia.Gwalt- bekahship," the kind which ever
ney, Ferrell Burns, Linda Kay seeks to challenge our present STARTERS and GENERATORS1
Webb, Pat Gentry, George Kelley, membership to be loyal to the or- REPAIRED and EXCHANGED
Ann Beeley, ;Sue Odum, Wanda der and bring in desirable new
Odium, and Johnny Odum, Ethel members.
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LADIES' SWEATERS
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MAKE YOUR HOUSE)
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Gladiolus Circle Meets In
Motel St. Joe Sun Room
-The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club met in the
Sun Room of Motel St. Joe, Thurs-
day, October 13 with Mrs. Terry
Hinote and Mrs. T. J. Mitchell as
hostesses. Mrs. I. C. Nedley, chair-
man, presided over the meeting.
SThe meeting was opened by the
members joining in the reading of
the club prayer. Reports from var-
ious committee echairmen were giv-
en, followed with the program.
Mrs. Ethel Bridges gave a talk
on, "Fall Bulbs Bring'Spring Glory".
A discussion followed. Mrs. Fred
Maddox won th edoor prize of a
dozen giant tulip bulbs. The blue
ribbon was awarded to Mrs. Terry
Hinote for her arrangement of pur-
Spie stalks on the refreshment ta-
ble. The table was covered with an
orchid linen cloth overlaid with
lavender net and adorned with pur-
ple satin ribbon's and streamers.
Refreshments of cake, coca-colas
and salted nuts were served to Mrs.
W. E. Thuraibay, Mrs. D. H. Johnes,
new members of the club and Mrs.
Jim Kennedy, a visitor and to Mrs.
Henry Maige, Mrs. Paul' Fensom,
'Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs. Robert
Bellows, !Sr., Mrs. George Cooper,
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett, WMrs. Joe
Sharit, Mrs. I. 'C. Nedley, Mrs. Ethel
Bridges and the hostesses, Mrs.
Terry Hinote and Mrs. T. J. Mit-
chell.
PTA PLANS MEETING
FOR TONIGHT AT SCHOOL
'The Parent-Teacher Association
of the Elementary School will meet
tonight in the auditorium at 8:00
p.m. There will be an interesting
program presented by Mrs. Mary
Ann Aide and Mrs. Alice Yeager.
All members are urged to attend
and visitors are welcome. There
will' be a nursery provided.
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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR
Dear Editor:
Inquiring around to learn how
the "Dam the Dead Lakes" project
is coming along, suggestions came
from some we talked with which
would solve the low water problem
in the Dead Lakes with a minimum
of time and money, it was thought
by each of the gentlemen offering
a suggestion.
Judge J. E. Pridgeon reached
back to his recollections of young
manhood and brought forth a plan
based on his experiences with rais-
ing the waters of sloughs on the
Big River in logging operations by
building an arm into the slough suf-
fcient to raise the waters of the
small stream. Judge Pridgeon sug-
gested the same idea could be used
successfully in the Dead Lakes by
building the "arms" on both sides
of the Lakes up to the navigable
portions of the Chipola River where
where the rive leaves the lakes at
the lower end.
In talking with Mr. Sam Britt,
who now works th eState Fish
. Hatchery near Holt, a suggestion
I was made that this old-fashioned
water stopper be placed against the
piling of the old Iola Railroad,
many-if not all-of which piling
is still very substantially embedded
in the Lakes bottom. Mr. Britt sug-
gested that debris could be piled
against dead-head logs along with
dirt which could be dredged with
a drag-line outfit; and Mr. Britt
suggested that the County Com-
missioners might be induced to
loan or rent the county dredge-line
outfit for this purpose.
And while in Saint Joe a few
days ago we visited Mr. E. T. (Real
Tom) Pridgeon at his newly opened
insurance office and he offered a
very plausible addition to the above
suggestions He thought it would
be a workable plan for raising some
quick money to finance the build-
ing of a wing-like dam on the Dead
Lakes to offer for sale to nimrods
and well-wishers of the project
"certificates on indebtedness" in
denominations of $10.00 each, to
be paid off when and if the Dead
Lakes Commisison receives enough
money from a dollar added to the
Dead Lakes fishing licenses to pay
the certificates off. If we remember
correctly, Earl Tom suggested these
certificates run for a period of 30
years, without interest. He believes
every lover of fishing who visits
the Dead Lakes would gladly buy
one or several of these "bonds" to
get the famous Dead Lakes back
in business as a fisherman's para-
dise.
The above suggestions, summed
up hurriedly, totals a head of wa-
'ter in the Dead Lakes, and leaving
the normal flow of the Chipola
River undisturbed if carried out;
and with the unusual dry weather
now existing, this plan for dam-
ming the Dead Lakes could be upt
into effect within a few weeks if
the Dead Lakes Commission, re-
cently appointed by Gov. Collins
sees fit.
C. F. HANLON


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1,54 Tax Roll, in the amount of $527.87.
After examining said list, there was a mo-
Minutes of The tion by Comm. Hart, seconded by Comm.
inUe SO 9Harden and duly carried, that said list be
approved and accepted and that the Tax
COUNITY COMMISSION Collector be given credit of $527.87 on the
collections of the 1954 Tax Roll.
There was a motion by Comm. Whitfield,
seconded by Comm Price and duly car-
WEWAi-iTCHKA, FLORIDA tried, that the following names be added
06TOBER 4, 1955 to the County Indigent roll, to-wit:
The Board ICounty commissioners of Jen Bennett, $10.00.
urida met this date in regu- John B. Nichols, $10.00.
ulfa monthly, ein. The fis daoowing mre- r. W. T. Strange requested financial aid
bt.r's vole p,_. .6 'foige w. Guopee, Gn.ar- in the amount of $25,00 in order for him
man, E. C. arden, Sr T,.SHRDLU to receive treatment from Dr. James F.
mni, E. C. ,eoa, Sr., T. D. Whineid, Cason, after discussion, there was a motion
J, C. Price ,. ParkerG. Hart. The Cler by Comm. Hart, seconded by Comm. Whirt-
heiff and rneyswee alsopresent field and duly carried, that the County pay
he meeting came to order at 9 o'clock of r. James F. Cason $25.00 fortreatment
The Invocation was given by Rev. J. The Farm Agent filed his report for Sep.
Odum, pastor of the Long Avenue Batist member, 1955 and the same was ordered
Church of Purt St. Joe. filed.
The minutes of September 6th, 13th, 19th There being no further business to come
and 26th, were ead, approved and adopted. before the Board at this time, it did then
Thomas H. IDaniel appeared before the Tjrn
Board representing the Game and Fresh ATTEST:
Water Fish Dpartment and told the Board George Y. Core George W. Cooper
that the Roy F. Gaskin Game management ROAD and BRIDGE FUNDClerk Chairman
area in Gulf, Bay and Calhoun Counties ROAD and BRIDGE FUND
will be opened. for controled hunting unded Lloyd i6, 89.S
supervivsion oi the Game and Fresh Watetr Lloyd Whitfield, Salary $185.80
Fish Commission from November 23, 1965 Charles Fortner, Salary 185.80
thru December *4, tl55 and further stated Glenn Daniels, Salary 120.98
that in order for the Game Department toGeorge E Jones, Salary 119.66
Supervise said hunting in .this area, that Alvie Kemp, Salary 119.90
ii will be rccessary for the Game and B. C. Williams, Salary 111.0
Fresh Water F:sh Commission to have full Russell Hancock, Salary 107.70
control of all traffic on County roads in Joe Barrentine, Salary 18.00
the said mna ..;enent area and requested Veto Nichols, Salary 82.30
tLe County to authorize such control to the T. Written, Salary 82.30
said Game Department for the period be- B. E. Champion, Salary 87.30
ginning Nov. 23, 1955 and ending December George Pitts, Salary 87.30
25, 1955, aft,, discussion, there wvas a me- Leland F. Thomas, Salary 88.00
tion by Comm. Whitfield seconded by Comm. Ray Green, Comptroller, Ret. 9.75
Price and upt.. vote was unanimously car- Director ofs Int o Rev., W-T 67.00
ried, that the Game and Fresh Water Fish Profes. Ins. Corp., Ins. 45.721
Commission b authorized to control all Travis iley, Slary 19 1955
vehicle traffic n all roads within Gul HdwEPTEMBER 9,Co 9Supplies 82.25
County that is ia the Roy F. Gaskin Game Gulf Hdwe. & Supply Co., Supplies 842.25
management a-". for the period beginning SEPTEMBER 20, 1 955
Nov 23, 1955 :nd ending Dec. 25, 1955. Preton BFarmer, Salary 88
Mrs. Pearl Clark requested the County t Salary 88.462
to install cuns on the road between S Morris, Salary ary 6.2
Magnolia Lodul and Idle Wood Landing Milton Whitfield, Salary 69.94
Ihe Board a, ised Mrs. Clark that the James R. Kirklanoppedge, Salary 79.60
project will be;in as soon as the County B Coppedgers, Salanry 79.60
Road l)Department secures a supply of con- RomE. See Comptroer, et. 17.90
crete pipe. R Green, Comptroller, Ret. 1790
Mr. C. Re Laird, County Farm Agent re- Direct. Int. Rev., W-T .40
quested the County to install a telephone FINE &s. FORFEITURE FUND
in his office. After discussion, there was SEPTEMBER 19, 1955
a motion by Comm. Price, seconded by J. & Circuit Co' Witic Account 93.65
Comm. Whitficl and duly carried, that the C. GENERAL FUND
County have a telephone installed in the OCTOBER 1, 1955
CountY Farm Agents office. Corg r Salar 187.50
The Farm Agent requested permission to George Core, Salary 189.70
charge 10c per head for vaccinating hogs, Cub R. Laird, Salary 8.80
to be paid by ihe owner of the hogs After TA.yloenn, Salary 4320
discussion, thle e was a motion by Comm. Mrs. J. A. Glenn, Salary
Harden, seconded by Comm. Hart and upon Mrs. C. G. Rish, Salary 4750.00
vote was unanimously carried, that the Gulf William 1. Linton, Salary 082.200
County Farm ,;ent'is hereb authorized to Elmay E. GrNuiery, Salaryt e 28.75
collect lOc pe' head for each hog that he Ray E Green, omp.t, Re. 48.30
vacin:ites and that said charges will be ROAD and BRIDGE FUND
assesed to th. owners of the hogs. OCTOBER 1, 1955
The following: telegram was received Lloyd Whitfield, Salary 142.55
George W. Cooper Oct. 3, 195 Charles Fortner, Salary 14..30
Chairman, Board County Comm. Glenn Daniels, Salary 12.
Gulf County Georg e E. Jones, Salary 12.60
Wewahitchka, Florida GeorAlvie E. Jones, Salary 130.600
Regret to learn action of Board regard- Travis Kemp, Salary 130.00
ing Mr. Trammell. Recommend no State B.C. Williams, Salary 0.10
funds be obligated until complete inves- Russell Hancock, Salary .: 110.90
tigation can be made by State Board sse ancockls, Salary 95.50.
of Health. R.T. Whitten, Salary 88.90
/s/ J. A. Mulrennan B. E. Champion, Salary 100.50
F. S. B. H. Leland F. Thomas, Salary 104.00
The Board then entered into a discussion George Pitts, Salary 93 90
with reference to the Mosquito Control Ray E. Green, Compt., Ret. 9.75
program and the above telegram. The Board Direct. Int. Rev., W-T 61.90
instructed Mr. Max Kilbourn to go to Jack- MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT
sonville and discuss-this matter with the STATE FUND
Director of the State Mosquito Control OCTOBER .1, 1955
Program and to ascertain the steps to take Preston Farmer, Salary 75.20'
to have the State Director of the State S. T. orris, Salary 75.20
Mosquito Control Program and to ascertain Milton Whitfield, Salary ; 74.45
the steps to take to have the State Di- James R Kirkland, Salary 60.16
rector to approve the Gulf County program. W. B. Coppedge, Salary 82.90
The Hon. Harland 0. Pridgeon, Tax Col- Gulf Health Dep., Salary for F. E. Trammell
lector presented his list of Errors, Insol- for supervision of program 100.00
vencies and Double Assessments for the Ray E. Green, Compt., Ret. 18.19


Direct. Int. v, W.T 1.10 I- mediately take three basic survival be prime this type of ad-
eEN FUN'Ehu F st
OCTOBER4, 1955 CDTao V steps; (1) the maintenance in the vance pir'p .,ness could save un-
aiePrhmas Soe Ind 8.00 i home of a seven day emergency told LJhoU .,. ,, of lives. Family
Charles A. Herring, Samb 10.00 CU Ofood and water supply; (2) procure- units in -,- ;or,,e,i to spend sev-
Mamie Brewer, Same 8.00 meant of a First Aid Kit and training eral d,,. : ,.r as a protec-
Grace Dunlap, Same 51.00 in its use, and; (3) everyday main- tion a -eive fall out,
Beassie Glass, Same 15.00 "Operation Homefront", a con- e
W. T. Strange, Same 15.00 "Operation Homefront a con- tenanc, of at least half a tank of land musiI of necessiLy rely upon
Nora McDaniel,Same certed campaign to better prepare gasoline in the family car to allow their .-..ub.isence planning.
T L. Guilfore, Same 15. each family t survive through na- for its operation during emergency This ay. pp :o fI:anilies in small
Lena Whitfield, Same 10.00Oe
Drusilla Keel, Same 10.00 tural disaster or enemy attack, will situations. towns i. i ,. ,,u" areas as well
nnieva Williams, Same 108.00ted throughout Florida Women's groups, civic organiza- as those :in, ,iin he outskirts of
Mrs. W. P. Coleman, Same 10.00 and six other Southeastern states tions, public officials, newspapers, target ci, .
Minnie Paul, Same 10.00 during the week beginning Novem- the broadcasting industry, grocers, "Thlcr u not be enough doc-
Bryant Jones, Same 15.00 ber 6, it is announced by Colonel gists adpetroleu outlets and tors t
Elizabeth Strength, Same 10.00 druggists and petroleum outlets and tors to n ar.n, telephones
ac e Dunlap, Mother' Pension 3.00 H. W. Tarkington, tate Director other groups will assist local civil will be :: ke out or needed for
Mrs. Tom Parker, Same 9.00 of 'Civil Defense. defense leaders in getting detailed vital ci. defense messages, sol
BMinnie PattersonSame 8.00 The intense educational program information :on the basic 'survival some .1 in cach family 'should
irs. Lee Sims, Same 3 00 will urge each family group to im- steps to each family, know Lt. :ncmentals of First Aid
Ressie Porter, Same 9.00
Dollie Weeks, Same 9.00oo The week November 6-14 will and eakc i. ,mo should be equipped
Mrs. A.Gie Montgomery, Same 3.00 George Y. CoreoRecord. Convict. 40.50 be proclaimed "Operation Home- with a .: Aid Kit. This would
Mrs. Mae P. Creamer, Same 6.00 Direct. Int. Rev., W-T 33.00 front Week" by governors and also be .:ablo in handling day-
Airs. Annie Rhames, Same 900 Wewa Hdwe. Co., Supplies 20.85
Ruby Melvin, Same 10.00 Gulf Drug Co., ied, t. prisoners 1.04 mayors throughout the Southeast. 'by-day ii, .i the home.
Tmdie Lester,'Same 6.00 B E Parker,Sreheriff'seCot 1,783.5S Leading citizens will be 'asked to "Mai-. t east half a tank
E. C. Harden, Sr., Salary 88.56 Vewahlitchka Clinic, Profes. Serv. s20.0 complete their ,own fa-mily survival of gas .t-aily car is also
George W. Cooper, Salary 103.68 Mc's Sundries, Sup. for jail 5.47 plans as example to tir home sond auction. How
Parker G. Hart, Salary 109 68 Knedy Elec. & Rtef. Sere.v, artss and plans as example to their home sound --- auction. How
T. D. Wlitfield, Salary 94.:00 ea s o range 32.Mayta 23 communities. Detailed information many to make un-
Samuel A. Patrick, Commission 3001.00 XWewa Plunb. & Ieat. C, laytag Washing t
David C. Gaskin, Salary 23.50 Machine 29S5.00 C1 survival steps each family expect( n -1v trips late 'at
Silas R. Stone, Salary 23.650 MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT I",di'
J. R. Hunter, Pension 50.00 MOQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT should take in advance of disaster night? .. e do if resi-:
George Y Core, Salary 47.00 STATE FUND
Ray E. Green, Compt., Ret. 36.00 OCTOBER 4, 1955 will be given wide-sprsead dissemi- dents r i ,e called upon
Profes. Ins. Corp., Ins. 12.00 A G. Lewis & Sons Garage, P'arts .60 ion n
Gulf County Breeze, Print. Min., etc. 45.50 Standard Oil Co., Fuel 382.32 nation through speeches, newspaper to qui e the area in
Boyd's Office Supply, Ribbons for type- Gulf County Board Com., Use of County stories and cooperative advertising, 'the fat -rn> y air attack i
writer 310 equipment 56.00
T. D. Bridges, Repair on boiler, 18.00 St. Joe lHdwe. Co., Supplies 60 radio and television programs, win- and we -dy car-a po-
J. E. Whatley Typewriter Co., St. Joe Mtr. Co., Parts 51.90
Repair on Typewriter 3.60 M. P. TomlinsoIs Ins. Co., Ins. 42.40 dow displays, give-away pamphlets, tential *a.. on wheels
Municipal Hospital, Gulf Co. Patient 40.00 E. Tranmell, Exp. for Tele. andl and through every conceivable -with ,;,rly empty?",
Worrell-Consolidated Lab., Sup. 29.75 postage 23.70
George Y. Core, Court Cost s1800 Standard Oil Co., Fuel 27.01 means of reaching into the home 'Tarkinhl, 1 s-, at.
U. S. Pencil Co., Pencils 9_35 5 i. G. Lewis S&Sons Garage, Labor 1.45
Royal Typewriter Co., Typewriter 197.0 ROAD &BRDGE FUN with this vital information, Tar- Groc, nd filling sta-
Hraland Pridgeon, Office Expense 6.41 OCTOBER 4, 1955 k'ngton points out. tion o0 ''' '-J3 tieir trade as-
George Y. Core, Petty Cash 7.86 Ingram-Day Lmbr. Co., Parts 175.00
Connell Water Wks., Service 18.00 Modern Furn. Co., Office Furn. 57.42 While primarily a part of civil SociatiCt: : ,perating whole-
St Joe Tel. & Tel Co., Sere. 18.20 St. Joe Bldrs. & Sup. Co., Supplies 192.00 defense preparedness to withstand hearten ... ..mily survival
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Service 57.73 George Y. Core, Recording 3.30
Wewa Hardware Co., Sup. 139.95 The Cameron & Barkley Co., Sup. 8.95 enemy attack, the 'survival steps leducat ., pr.,;ram. Many will
Taylor Chem. Co., Floor sweep 57.00 Dr. H. E. Bartee, Profes. Senr'. 12.00
Bowen Supply Co., Supplies 267.04 St. Joe Mtr. Co, Parts 86.37 to be emphasized during Operation feature special window displays
Bishop Office & Sup Coo, Supplies 97.41 St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co., Serv. 19.20 Homefront have already proved in- and give aay detailed instructions.
H. & W. B. Drew Co., Off. Sip. 10.97 Sportsman Ser'. Sta., Parts .75 1
Sportsman Serv. Sta., Sup. 3.86 T & W Tire Recap. Co., Tires 60 12 valuable in natural disasters such Others have agreed to emphasize
Alvin McGlon Sere. Gar, Labor 15.00 Prescott's Auto Serv., Parts 1.80
W. T. Edwarde T Hop., Gulf. Co. Cook Motor Co., Parts 21.85 as the recent hurricanes along the the family survival plan in news-
Patients 150.00 Panama aMotor Prts Co., Parts 58.03 eastern seaboard, paper antd other advertising during
B. E. Parker. Sheriff's Cost 87.91 Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Service 9.62
David C. Gaskin, Legal service 50.00 Wewa Hdwe. Co., Misc Sup. & gas 453.19 "With grocery stores, drug stores the week.'
Jeff Bennett, County Indigent in 00 P W. Eells, Tires and tubes 1,148.43 and filling stations temporarily "Civil defense begins with the
Toin B. Nichols. County Indigent 10.00 Alvin MeGlon Serv. Gar., Parts 4.69 d filling'stations temporarily Civil eense begins ith the
Dr. JamesP F Cason, G. 5T.Strange aid 95.00 1'. F. McDaniel, Supplies 16.39 closed 'because of flood waters, high proper education or training of the
Harlaid Pridgeon, 1954-55 License 15.74 Marion Power Shovel Co., Equip. 454 79
Star Pub. Co.. Printing minutes 25.00 Taylor Parts & Sup. Co., Equip. 303.60 winds or electrical failures, many individual and family group in steps
FINE & FORFEITURE FUND Nichols Trailer & Equip. Co., parts 10.19
OCTOBER 4, 1955 Oliver Mfaileg. Co., Parts 89.30. Co., parts residents of these coastal areas for self-preservation. We are confi-
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com.. Arrest Bud WilliamsonbLabor aud parts 220.00 were better able to weather the dent that these three basic steps of
Tickets 143 85 Gaskin Bros Lmbr. Co., Lumber 1,125.00
Gulf County Breeze. Printing Min. 11.00 Bay Mach. & Weld. Co., Parts 259.97 storm because of this very type of home preparedness will increase
P. F. McDaniel, Supplies 10.01 Calloway Bros., Parts 107.89 civil defense preparedness," Tar-Ieach family's chances of survival
George Y. Core, Circuit Court cost 110.00 Panama Meach. & Sup. Co., Parts 214.30 cildefense
B T. Smith, Dist., Supplies 24.45 Central Auto Wreck. Co., Labor 5.00 kington added. should disaster strike," Tarking-
.T E. Pridgeon, Judge's Cost 500.00 Keenan Weld Sup., Supplies 16.00 it ad ul iate sri, ring
Cecil 0. Costin, Jr., Salary 31.02 Burford-Toothnker Tractor Co., parts 95.51 "In, an enemy attack on the ton concluded.
David 0. Gaskin, Salary 117.40 Q St. Joe Mtr. Co., Parts 21.57 _______ou________
Silas R. Stone, Salary 150.40 Quinn Wire and Iron Works, Equip. 323.51 country in which our cities would -- -


David To Ask For Collins
2-Year Term Extension

LA.RGO (FNS) Ted David, !Speak-
er of the House in the Florida Leg-
islature, announced he will 'ask
the State 'Supreme Court to rule
that Governor LeRoy Collins was
elected in 1954 for a four-year term.
,Speaking at a Democratic rally
in this Republican stronghold in
'Pinellas County, David 'said he was
convinced that Collins' election
had switched the governor's race
away from presidential year. He
said this is better to have the gov-
ernor's election during the more
quiet general election 'between
Presidential' campaigns.
Flanked on the speaker's plat-
form by 'Comptroller Ray E. Green
and 'State ISchool 'Superintefident
Thos. D. Bailey, David said 'he
would be a candidate for governor
if Collins does not run.

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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.
PR,-. .ER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.

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and Pine Castle. Pensacola visited with Mr. and Mrs. Inez Mashburn spent a cil Miles, secretary. Rev. 0. B.
EW FROM Ocela Beraunore spent the week Mrs. L. H. Kelly. month visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Hunnicutt closed the rally with
NEWS ReOnd in Wewahitchka. -STORK SHOWER W. M. Blanchard of Venice, La. prayer.
Hig hland fView .S-Sgt. and Mrs. John Godwin of Mrs. annington honored Ml. and Mrs. Bryan Roberts vis- Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Middlebrooks
Tyndall Air Force Base spent the Mrs. Leroy Stoke with a stork cited with the latter's sister, Mr. visited Rev. Douglas Newsome on
By MARTHA RAY day with his brother and family, hower Friday October 14 at her and Mrs. A. D. Ouzts and children jSunday afternoon of last week.
______-__ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin. grandparents home, Mr. and Mrs. of St. Marks, and also Mrs. S. H. The members of the Methodist
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Connie Pettis and J. S. Rentz. Those attending were: Cameron of Pelham, Ga. Youth Fellowship of the Highland
children spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chestnut attend- ;Mrs. Steve Daniels, J. J. Laurimore Mrs. Thelma Rolls, presidentmbly, fishing party of View Church enjoyed a deep sea
relatives in DeFuniak Springs. ed the funeral of Charlie 'Hayes of Edna Strange. Sending gifts were: theo reida Rebekahiim Assemblywas the fishing party he n Saturdaof Mexico.of last
Hoke Glass is spending the week Chipley. Mrs. Richard Herring, Bob Raf- who resides at Kissimmee, was the week in the Gulf of Mexico. The
Hoke Gass is spending the week C M i R house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. party was sponsored by A. B. Pratt,
with friends and relatives in Don- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blakeney and field, Bill Lee, Clyde Rich, Billy Weeks during her visit to Melody W. C. Forehand and W. H. Weeks.
aldsonville, Ga. daughter, Pat, visited friends and Ray Nobles, Fred McIntosh, Sid Lodge No. 22. Attending the outing were Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts and relatives over the week end in Jones, artha Blakeney, Mozell e No. 2. Attending the outing were Lewis
family spent the week end in An- Lorrin, Miss. Wright, W. H. Weeks, Cora Lee the YWA was re rs, arjobara Gayrs, Mrs.Gle Gar-
dalusia, Ala., with friends and rela- Mr. and' Mrs. Wallace Guillot and ter,W. C. Forehand, Can- called to order by the counselor, erine Brown, Patty Redd, Gene
ties. daughter and W. nington, J. 0. Seaw right Mrs. .c
vedaughterDewana andMrs. W.P. were played and Mrs. Edna Floyd. There was an Adkins, Martha 'Ray, Madine
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin and Coleman spent Sunday at Chatta- S. Rentz.Games were plad ke election of officers. Miss aleria 'Crutchield, Wayne Davis, Larry
children and Curtis Grantham are choo, visiting friends and relatives, refreshments of salad, crackers, election of officers. Miss aleria 'Crutch, Jerry Hayes, bonnie ich,
vacationing in Leesburg, Orlando' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxwell of cake and cokes were served. Roberts appointed to give a mis-jRich, Jerry Hayes, Ronnie Rich,
vacationing in Leesburg, Orlando Mr. and 'Mrs. Ralph Maxwell of d sion study for the Sunbeams. Coin- Mrs. H. A. Rogers, Mrs. Alonzo
.......Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Daniels have unity missions were discussed Knight, A. B. Pratt, W. C. Fore-
-, n ..--- just returned from Fort Lauderdale e program for the following had, W. H. Weeks, Barbara
and the program for the following hand, W. H. Weeks, Barbara
SPI SHOP itere t mee atintendede a stahurches n week was given out. The meeting Brown and Rev. Douglas Newsome.
They visited other points ined with prayer by Mi
Phone, day 7 Q309! ire 7 Nite, '7846 ^"otherood.t- iBetty McCormick. Refreshments BROWNIE SCOUTS MEET
Phone, day --7- Nie, 7-7846 South Florida while away. were served by Mrs. Edna Floyd. WITH JOANNE LAPEYROUSE
Mrs. Louise Wood of Pascagoula, i The Brownie Troo of Port St
We Repair Any Model OUTBOARD MOTORS Miss., spent the week with her sis- The Christ Ambassadors Rally Joe met at the home of Joanne
203 Third Street -- Beside Piggly Wiggly ter-in-law, and family, S-Sgt. and The Christ Ambeven wassadors Ralt the As- Lapeyrouse on Wednesday, Octo-
-- .... Mrs. Jeff Dykes and children. semly of God Church, Monday nit er 12. Cookies and sodas were
October 17. Churches from Pana- made by the girls. Bean bags made
ma City and the vicinity were press, at the last meeting were used in
STURDY QUALITY was Rev. Wesley Weekle, pi The next meeting will be on Wed-
S dnt of Christ Ambassadors section nesday, October 19 at the home of
Frame: 11/4" Steel Tubing nine. First Assembly of God Church Celia Creech.
Wheels: Ball Bearing in Front, Rubber in Millville, won the banner for I
Tires the most points at the rally. Offi- NOTICE OF ELECTION
Fener Bicyce Tye cars and representatives for the fol- SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
SFender: Bicycle Type lowing year were elected in the NO. 1, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Handle Bars: Adjustable business meeting following the Pursuant to Section 230.39 of the
Florida School Laws, notice is here-
Other Sizes and Trainer Bikes, too. rally. Rev. O. B. Hunnicutt was by given that the next Regular Bi-
elected representative and Mrs. Ce- ennial Election in Special Tax Dis-
li i i 9 -- trict No. 1 (county wide) is called
ber, A. D. 1955, for the said district
NO. 300 SERIES VELOCIPEDES 13" Size $ 8.4 9 COMFORTER to determine the rate of millage to
NO. 300 SERIES VELOCIPEDES B--- be assessed and collected on the
property therein for the next en-
FuneIal Home suing two (2) years, and to elect
S... SEECT NOW, LAY-A-WAY FOR CHRISTMAS three (3) trustees for the district
0 LLA AM for the next ensuing two (2) years
601 Long Aventi (no two trustees shall be elected
O from any one School Board Mem.
ber Residence District). All quali-
S l H e WL L fled electors residents within said
district (county wide) who pay
Oxygen Equipped taxes on real and personal property
234 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida and are otherwise qualified accord-
Ambulance ing to law, are entitled to vote at
said election. It is determined that
__- ten (10) mills will be necessary to
-- maintain a uniform system of Flor-
S' "" ida schools within said district.
S' .. i .Precincts 1, 2, 3, and 4 will vote'
What you see here is automobile history at the City Hall in Wewahitohka,
in the making. For this is an actual on- the poll holders to be, Mrs. Leona
Sa 'O'Neal, clerk, Mrs. Annie- Cook,
the-scene shot of a camouflaged '56 Mrs. Marvin Pitts and Mrs. Hettie
L IChevrolet shattering the Pikes Peak Britt, Inspectors.
'A Chevholet streaks u record in a dramatic, top-secret run, Precincts 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, will
56 Chevr let streaks up Isupervised and certified by NASCAR*. vote in the City HallIno Port St.
supevrose ad ceriye UPA aJoe, with the following poll holders,
Here's record-breaking proof that this Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Clerk, Mrs.
'56 Chevrolet has the power, cornering Nva CroxLon, Mrs. Zola Maddox,
aiiaPIkes Peak to new e oandMr:. T.0. RichardsInspectors.
P s F ak to new r r. ability, and sureness o control that willATTST: 6-10-6
Pike$ P to~ L r B l! make your driving safer and more- fun. Thomas A. Owens Fennon Talley
S -. And you can see and drive it soon now.SuperintendentChairman
Just wait!
*National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing whose officoTal
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Mrs. Forehand Hostess
To Highland View WSCS
The Highland View Methodist
Woman's Society of Christian Ser-
vice met at the home of Mrs. W.
C. Forehand on Monday, October
17 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Katherine
Brown presided at the piano and
played a -prelude, "I'll Go Where
You Want Me To Go". Mrs. W. H.
Weeks called the meeting to order.
Mrs. W. C. Forehand led the prayer
for the week followed with reading
of the minutes. The regular form
of business was dispensed. The
group sang, "The Voice of God Is
Calling'. Mrs. A. B. Pratt led in
prayer, followed with responsive
reading "Missions". Mrs. Lillie
House read the meditations.
The Dakota hymn was sung and
all joined in panel discussion of
American Indians, after which "An
Indian Version of the 23rd Psalm"
was read by Mrs. A. B. Pratt fol-
lowed with a prayer, "Help Some-
body Today" was sung. All joined
in silent prayer for Indians.
The hostess served refreshments
to six members present.
WSCS WILL SPONSOR
RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY
'The WSOS of the First Methodist
Church will conduct a rummage
sale Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. in the Stone Building at
the corner of*Reid Avenue and
Third Street.


HOSPITAL NEWS
Lt. and Mrs. Gary Pat Reese of
Mexico Beach announce the birth
of a son, Mark Allen Reese on Oc-
tober 17 in the Municipal Hospital.
The baby weighed 7 lbs., 14 ozs.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Byron
Smith of Port St. Joe announce
the birth of a daughter, Jennifer
Jo Smith on October 19 in the Mu-
nicipal Hospital. The baby weighed
7 lbs., 13 ozs.
George Wimberly, Sr., is a pa-
tient in the Municipal Hospital. He
suffered a heart attack two weeks
ago and has been confined to the
hospital.
Mrs. Steve Dudro is a patient in
the Municipal Hospital. She suf-
fered a heart attack Friday.
Mrs. Minnie Rich is a patient in
the Municipal Hospital.
Mrs. Lucille Williams is a pa-
tient in the Municipal Hospital.
Little Jo Ann Paul, student in
the Port St. Joe Elementary School
is a patient in the Municipal Hos-
pital.
WOMAN'S CLUB BAKE
SALE SET FOR SATURDAY
The Port St. Joe Woman's Club
will conduct a baked goods sale
Saturday, October 22 beginning at
10:00 a.m.
The sale will be conducted in
front of-Boyles Department Store.


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It Is gco I t n ,tl 7'c'd 701IrufR exall
fr-ra;Di J. zLonds s !n izsto fol.
a.' A7, U:'Cl 7tl15p.%SCr Pt is:It
ss CL( eO: 1 or .. at ltoI
A Pt) 7 o,!I I. :a lis a
Z!:' :3iJ dand t/.I7x-
en tJ. R .':r-L'cr, ha %w.orks, held in
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i:.cln dsprlaceient and an 8 to 1
co)mprassion ratio.
Other major innovations include:
Airfoil rear fenders which em-
p'asiza and contribute to the aera-
dlynamic feeling cf,the new models.
A push button drive sslectcr for
-ynmouth's PowerFlite a:utzm=ic


Joy Williamson, Mary Ingram, Ste-
vie Whealton and Charles Boyer.
Blair Shuford is Band Captain.

Betty frwin, Jack Justice
Married In Georgia


tranaiis sion. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Irwin of this
2! Z-e' jS L"r u o 0'no New 90-89 Turbo-Tcr-ue Power- city, announce the marriage of their
S 7ite on V-8 models. Ninety degree daughter, Betty Jane to Jack Jus-
Sargle at the inlet and outlet baies t;ce c' Sunday, October 16. The
(f the tor:iu.e convertcr i mpel'er cerc-men:iy was .solemnized by Rev.
.. .. -........... -.. ... ve faster bralaway p:f rn:nc ac Fiehlds, Istcr of the Bapt:st
f-<:" "" -, A now f?)ur-door rar ,o- (Sp*,rl cl urcl i, na-ld, ,ille, Co.
SM an) with an uinsnisu3 r:ar win-a Atending wsra3 L:nLa 7 y;e Pyle
-- c por:t:iz ncloa^ni-t allowing 'n- Basil McKight, both cf P.rt
f I-- -- ,,u .. sida e vsi:n f-ra al pnseagers. St. Joe.
F .,. .: ':;. ... .1 A new lino of Suburbh ns. In Ply- The bride, form-i :ly of Mariaana,
-i .....:. :... l.! th' 15 'n:-up, the Suburbans has lived here for the past five
:.." .. ,.:.,,-; .v., !.e .L, a an n.:r:.'y separate group f years and was a mnembcr of tlhe
S cor Eni ara available ia a wlde graduating class of 1255. The
T:, I :I.shd e ;t- ge. s,-eicn of two-door, four-docr, groom was the son of Mr. and Mrs.
I1 -sa, t'r,...eat, V-8 and six Clyde Justice of Abbeville, Ala. IHe
cQ i' ;r ar, ,i Mrs. 1."! i:inder m.els. is a former resident of this city.
E. ,.,., .-.., 4. C.., I New a f:.: door latches to keep Justice is now connected with Jack
-( otcge3. _p -2,doors closed even uncr sve ira- Martin, auto dealer in Orlando,
FOR RENT: tcoom:n. lojiuso rld' p.t. where the couple will reside after
c-:e c.,.. d whi, store faciii- New 12-volt electrical system, a brief honeymoon.
te. ace L. H-. Stone. tfcl0-6 1 w pull-typ5 docr handle and nw
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- dock lid latch. GUILFORD-DAVIS NUPTIALS
nment. .iso separate bedrom.n Highay Hi-Fi, a. new car phono- SET FOR OCTOBER 30
ic- graph providing an hour of unin- The .wedding of Miss Maxine
FC2 RENT: 4 apartments. Unfur- terrupted entertainment, ani n3w G-uilford and Dr. Thomas Davis
nisned. See T. H. Stone., Phone Search-Tune radio. wil be solemnized at thu First
v7-9936. 2tp Safe Featue wil be solemnized at the First
-- ....... ..... | Safety Features Methodist Church here,ca October
;-A a\.-: :;i; ;ii par'c; condi- Plymouth dealers wilI continue 30 at 3:00 p m.
2..:. : n:.," c -..ae.v t1 off-r sfet-y belts, anchcrEd to All friends of the couple are in-
-..r. ,":-., .it. n -4i 76. t- frame.and available for both -;i-ed to attend.
:''; S:,2;l *.u-.;-ani-hed, front o n:I rear seats, on.all models. __
: ... a 2i other Plyml-ash safety fea- Sand The Star To A Fri:nd
t-"ecs asEa standard equ'p renf"t
-i:em. They include an indep nd-nt
F-OR .'7T. Fur;i-ted ap5--rnent. I',rd brake, ual cylinder front IN THE COUNTY J-JDE3
'.- a h ]ne 7-3.11. i COURT GULF COUNTY,
__el. ahe hydraulic brakes. safety r:m tLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
.i- ALC wheels, electric windshield wipers. In Re: Estate of
r'C SLEN: ice 2-b oon, house ad nw safety beam headlights. EARL L. HOBAUGH
deceased.
ca r.::. oie ,:, .n .Oak Urove. M vcrz Powerful Engines NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
L- ;;-!,0,. ,Li,- ,: c i,'-- ve'y wi.ih PIhouthl continues to oeff -r both FOR FINAL DSCHARZE ,OF'
FRANK HANNON 3ix cylinder anId VS engines in its -EXECUTOR
Regitr;.-d Ral Estate- Broker 1953 line. C:mprcs&i: n ratio of the Notice is hereby given that I have
P:c;on2 7-343! 211 Reid Ave. FcwerFlow Six is incrsas6d to 7.6 filed my Final Returnl as Executrix
Port St. Jo FSl a. -eeof t the Estate of Earl L. Ilobaugh,
Pe, o 1, providing increased torque deceased; that I have filed my pa-
FOR S 3r-.L Stooall hou,7se a I rlot nd bette rall-around performance. tition for distribution and far Final
75X10,) Bcaco.n Hlill. Reasonable. The PowerFlow Six also is avail- Discharge, and that on November
tr '-mabte far the firsbttime with a pow- 14, 1955, 1 will apply to the Hon-
Tcr in.". call--e7pckgecositig f- toIarorable J. E. Pridgeon, County Judge
FOR SLE: Houe in Apalachicola acage cons ng of a wo ba c ul County, lorida, for pprov-
Philac-3 Shcres on hlgh'way, $1500 ,rel carburetor and special intake al of said returns and for an Order
uite. Own Mr. anld. cf Distribution and for final dis-
Marg.ret Phillips, Valpariaso sor The new Hty-Fire 277 engine is charge as Executrix of the will of
see Ted -Ira'.1 2 t Earl L. Hobaugh, de"aeased.
se Ted r 2 used in PEevedera and Suburban This the 12th day of October,
M.AN V\1AT. ED f-r 1,i-,eigh Bu:- models. It is also available, with a 1955.
ness in Cu Cunty. No expe-r- p-wer package consisting of a four- ANNA D. HOBAUGII
ie K e,^ to ar'Ot Se ... AE. barrel carburetor and dual exhausts Executrix
A iion. Spr. 'ci St., Pa-. First publication, October 13, 1095
area Ci .or iwrltc awlcishs Dc-.'. th a resultant inciaase in pwer. SILAS It, STONE r
11-O0, i.ra:, TcL. Sp 1 3- Fcr Savoy and Plaza cars, Ply- Attorney for Executrix
S. .... mouth also has a more powerful:
S...... .. ... -. ... V-S engine with a displacement of
'rN:e i : TC a,-d RE E :70 cub'c inches and with inmai y l
FR CZI' 1:P N S -E.R'tCE. 1Il. newv prforma0lics features. i R
? r';-r. A! The 1958 Hy-Fire V-8's ara by
.~e. on f'"; ": .: f ar the most powerful production
-............... engines ever put in a Plymouth
0'. '-J- ,.f;- sVi'.,-. -' ,';odH,!I'l o .ar. Their "hottest" performance
,. ,11 "4-1 f In, a 'td al comeswhen the driver is most apt A US SI
2. \\ A-' ~i L. t to need it for safety
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55 Pymouth Has Band Makes Showing

Advain ed Fealures Jimmy Cox and Melvin Searight.
I Flute, Delores Chism, Barbara
frlyiouth's new aerodynamic 1956 !Mitchell, Kathy Davis, Marsha
cc-rs will be displayed by McGowin Cargill. '
"!otor Co., beginning Friday, Octo- Trumpet, Jo Epperdon.
L.f 21. Bells, Elizabeth Ann Brown,
C. \. McGowvn said the new mo- Wilmd Nell Thursbay.
nCls c;)orp3o're n1j.1r advances Drum, Bill Chism, Margaret
: evr:y p:oe cf automobile de- Blount, Patsy Lewis, Jimmy Mont-
srn, wi; spr.f.ci en:phasis on en- gcmery and Madeline Smith.
rie ps:-formaice, safety and acro- Oboe, Kathryn Marshall.
<'yra:nic styli:ng. French horn, Wanda Kennington.
Plymnouth has a wholly new .en- Baritone, Louie D. Holland, Gall,
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