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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: November 3, 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 TH
Weekly Newspaper
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T-r STAR
. 'Published in Port St. Joe '
ST ARt Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County


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


VOLUME XIX


Single Copy 8c


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1966


$3.00 Per Year


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


It has been a hectic week.
Steve Roper is marooned on
a rock by a skin diver. Snuffy
Smith has invested in "Inventin'
Winton's latest invention Dixie
Dugan finally landed a job,
Lil' Abner's little brother Tiny
is getting ready for SadipHaw-
kins' Day, Rip Kirby I ano-
ther baffling case to.solve and
-Princess Margaret finally said
she wouldn't marry that com-
moner who helped defend Mer-
ry Old England during the blitz.

This "Trick Or Treat" busi-
ness has changed. Have you no-
ticed?
When we were just a little
shaver, Hallowe'eW existed for
the sole purpose of playing
tricks. And we must say that we
exercised the "privilege" along
with our fellow brats.
In recent years, we have no-
ticed that-the tricks are waived
by the young pranksters if the
treat is forthcoming "in satisfy-
ing amounts, and tricking falling
off considerably. In recent years
bacids of youngsters have roam-
ed the streets demanding treats.
This Hallowe'en set another
precedent. Along about 7:30 and
8:00 p.m. the streets of the city
looked .like the mill was chang-
ing shifts there was so much traf-
fic. People were hauling car
loads of kids all over town seek-
ing their treats. Now one must
satisfy kids all over town instead
of just the immediate neighbor-
hood. We don't mind though.
The kids had fun.

There's only one thing we
don't like about this cool wea-
ther it just loads our news-
paper press down, with static
electricity and make,-th: shc-'I
of paper go everywhere except
where they ought to.

This cool weather is fine for
speckled trout fishing however.
Woodrow Henderson and myself
went over the week end and
caught two full messes of fish
in one trip, which we were not
able to do all summer.

'Also this cool weather will
bring the ducks down for the
first of the season. We can hard-
ly wait for one of those 5:00 a.m.
I __ CC P


Sharks Rated As

Underdogs With


Blountstown 11

Take Bay High 'B" Team
In Thriller Thursday

It took the St. Joe Sharks one
quarter and a 6 point deficit before
they realized that the Bay High
team meant business and got to
work on their 26-6 defeat of the Bay
Jr. Varsity. The Bay Bees struck
early by 'taking the opening kick-
off on their 30 yard line and didn't
stop. until they had .driven for a
touchdown. Halfback Sanders scor-
ed from the two and Bay took a
6-0 lead.
The Sharks started their scoring
early in the second quarter as
Charles Smith covered a Bay fun-
ible on their 30. Walter Wilder and
Wayne Taylor combined forces to
carry to the Bay 4 where Taylor
stomped through the middle for the
touchdown to tie the score at 6-6.
Wilder broke the deadlock a few
minutes later with a sparkling 38-
yard touchdown run that saw al-
most every Bay High played lay a
hand on him. The extra point was
no good and the Sharks were ahead
12-6 at the half time.
Early in the third quarter Gene
Raffield recovered a Bay fumble
on their 35. Taylor moved the ball
down to the 26 where Wilder scor-
ed untouched through the middle
for a 26 yard touchdown jaunt. Wil-
der passed to Robert Nedley for
the extra point and St. Joe was
then in the lead, 19-6.
Taylor scored the final touch-
down in the last quarter from the
2-yard line after Wilder brought up
the ball on a beautiful 20-yard run.
Taylor's kick was good and the
scoring ended 26-6.
Walter Wilder was by far the of-
fensive standout for the Sharks
., ;th a j:-_:. ". ..-. ;, 1.3 y rds
gained and completion of 6 out of
11 passes for 58 yards and one ex-
trapoint. Waynf Taylor picked up'
some nice gains through the mid-
dle and worked' the screen pass
for some nice gains. Tackle Gene
Raffield and Oliver Harper played
a good defensive game in helping
to hold the Bay team to 96 yards
in rushing offense.
The Sharks travel to BIounts-
town Friday night to meet a power-
ful and favored Calhoun eleven. The
Tigers lost their first game last
week to a powerful Quincy team
(Continued on page 12)


arisings and freeze our tai or ....
waiting for a duck or two.

Coach Craig allows that the Annual Hallowe'en 4
Bay High "B" team was the best
team that the Sharks have faced As A BigSucce
this year with the exception of
Marianna. The game was thor- by Myrtle Childers
roughly enjoyable even with a The Hallowe'en Carnivalalways
lop-sided score which was surely The Haowe'en Carnival, always
earned. We cant go along with, a wonderful occasion in Port St.
that member of the Sharks that Joe, was more wonderful than usual
wanted to fight on the field how- this year >because of the interest
ever. That ust isn't in the game.shown by everyone and paid off
ever. That,just isnI II in th ae-


FULLBACK WAYNE TAYLOR charges down the sidelines to
set up a touchdown in last week's game here against Bay
High "B" squad. Wayne shook off the attempt shown above
to tackle him and went on for another fifteen yards before
he was finally brought down. ( photo)


County Selects '56




Secondary Paving



Port St. Joe Is Set To Get 5,690 Feet of Hard

Surfaced Road In Next Year's Allocations


WITCHES, GOBLINS and GHOULS take over Reid Avenue in the annual Hallowe'en parade
here last Saturday afternoon. Pictured above are a portion of the hundreds of children
that participated in the parade. (4 photo)


t;'' '


STRUTTING HIGH, .WIDE and HANDSOME' Port St 'Joe High School land does.itself 4p
proud as it sets the pace for'tihe Hallowe'en parade Jre Saturday evening. The band added
the color and zest that the parade needed. (* photo)


Baby Sharks To,

Meet Carrabelle

The Shark "B" team will go
up against the Carrabelle var-
sity team here Thursday, Nov.
10 at 8:00 p.m. on the local field.
The game will be sponsored by
the Shark Boosters Association.
Admission to the game will be
25c and 50c.


Carnival Is Rated

ss By PTA President

nicely both in fun and receipts.
Children and grown-ups alike had
a good time and the Elementary
Parent-Teacher Association cleared
a tidy sum to buy playground
equipment for their school play-
ground.
The parade directed by Mrs.
Clyde Fite and Leroy Bowdoin, was
"top-hat". It formed, at the AN
Railroad depot and was composed
of the school band, the Boy Scouts,
Brownies, Cub Scouts, an attrac-
tively decorated Ranch Wagon with
Winky, Blinky and Nod". The chil-
dren in costume-probably the lar-
gest number ever to participate
and wearing the greatest variety
of costumes, were dressed cats,
witches, ghosts, clowns, gypsies,
pirates and indians. People from
many nations were in evidence on
the carnival grounds: iSpanish,
Mexicans, Dutch, French; Mother
Goose characters; miniature ladies
in beautiful evening gowns, even
a "just married" couple. Flash
Gordon was there to keep an eye
on "the parade.
As the parade ended at the city
park, the Carnival highlight was a
band concert directed by Herman


Dean. Hours of fun followed as stu-
dents, parents, teachers and citi-
zens of the community wandered
over the beautiful carnival grounds.
It was a good carnival thanks to
the people of the city cooperating
to make it so.

WOODROW SHOOTS RECEIVES
DOOR PRIZE AT PONTIAC SHOW
Woodrow Shoots was the lucky ,
winner of Wimberly Pontiac Com-
paniy's door prize at their recent
showing of the new 1956 Pontiac.
The prize was a 1948 Chevrolet.


In a.resolution to the State Road
Department, drawn up by the
County 'Commissioners last week,
Port St. Joe came in for 5,690 feet
of secondary roads and Highland
View 3,505 feet for 1956.
With the advent, recently, of the


Council Upbraided Over
Youth Director Pay

Tuesday night, in a move toward
toward further economy the City
Commission dispensed with 'the
services of the director for the
STAC House program which was
costing the city $50.00 a month.
Wednesday morning, under a
wave of protests from those pro-
moting the STA!C House and other
interested citizens, the Commis-
sion agreed to keep up the monthly
payments.
The City agreed to pay the di-
rector of the program for no speci-
fied length'of time during the sum-
mer. What with the shortage of
funds in the city treasury for sev-
eral reasons, the Commission de-
cided- to dispense with the direc-
tor for the time being.
Upon learning of the public sen-
timent toward this matter on Wed-
nesday morning, it was decided to
kee jup the/payments anm should
tho city dgeide to,curtail payment
,in the future, 30 days' notice will
be given. ,
Miss M3argp '1-.evy :is the direc-
tor.


Mrs. Geo. Johnson ot FundDrive
Mrs Ge, Jhnon-Tn*r~t-Urlawrv Annrri


to wci wnuciwuy j uy %| m
tTr, aken Bye at Nat. Education Week
It Taken, By eath The annual Boy Scout drive for To Be Observed Here
f- f unds will get underway Monday D srv H r
'Mrs. George 'Johnson, 170, was morning, according to Gannon Buz-
taken by death Tuesday night at zett, chairman of the drive. National Education Week is to
10:15 at the- Municipal, Hospital The annual drive is the only way be observed during the week of
following a stroke. that the scouts make money for November 642. 'Phis week is set
Mrs. Johnson had resided in Port the carrying of their executive of- aside to extend to parents a spe-
St. Joe since 1911 conig here fics. A house to house canvass cial invitation to visit their child's
from River Junction. She is a char- will begin on the starting day and roam and to observe- him at work.
ter member of the Methodist Mis- the drive will be over as soon as This week will be as nearly a
sionary Society. possible, according to Buzzett. normal school week as possible.
Other members of the campaign .Regular' classy activities will be in
Funeral services for 'Mrs. John- committee are Otis JPyle, Gor- progress to give each parent a bet.
son will be held this afternoon at don Hallmark, Frank Smith, and ter idea of what type of curriculum
1:00 p.m. from he First Methodist Chauncey Costin. (Continued On Page 12)
Church with the Rev. Fred Davis,
officiating. Interment will be in
Mount Pleasant cemetery near High School Names "Citizen of the
Chattahoochee.High coo Namesof
Surviving- are heor husband, "
George Johnson of this city; three Month" From Senior and Junior High
sons, Erskine and Fletcher of Pen-
sacola and Mayo of Port ;St. Joe; The three candidates from Sen- and has helped on the health com-
three daughters, Mrs. Mildred ior High that were chosen by Jhe mittee. He is an active member of
Routh, Charlotte, North Carolina; faculty for "Citizen of the Month" the Hobby Club and attends the
Mrs. Florine Fudge of Palatka and for October were Robert Nedley, Presbyterian Church. Bobby is a
Mrs. Lenora Lewis of Orange. One Martha Costin and Kathryn Mar- quiet boy without too much to say,
'brother, Dewitt T. Fletcher of Mont- shall. The three candidates from but works willingly and is very 'e-
gomery, Ala. and 13 grandchildren. Junior High were Leland Smith, pendable. By his actions he has
Comforter Funeral Home of Port Bobby Burkett and Terry Porter.roven himef worthy of the "Ci-
St. Joe will be in charge of ar- The student body voted on. Tues-
ran'gements. day and chose Kathryn Marshall tizen of the Month" award.
from Senior High and Bobby Bur-
Hi Y Club Sponsoring kett from Junior High.
Gospel Singing Tonite Miss Marshall is the drum major-
ette and isia member of the band.
The Hi Y Club of the Port St. She serves as president of the
Joe High Schoo' is sponsoring a Senior Honor 'Society, secretary of
Gospel Quartet Concert at the High the Tri-Hi-Y and associate .business
School Auditorium, Thursday night manager of the annual. She was
(tonight) at 8 p.m. chosen as the most talented and as
Featured on the program will be "Daisy Mae" in the "Who's Who"
the well-known WJDM-TV quartet, election. She serves as pianist for
"Home Folks Quartet" of Panama the Rotary and for a Sunday School
class: In 1953 the Key Club chose
City and their children's quartet,
the High School chorus, who will her as Miss Key Club. She is an
make their first appearance this honorary me ber on the student
council. She is a very active mem-
year, local Methodist quartet and c o nc She i Ba c d
several local soloists of the high her of the First Baptist Church and
several local soloists of the high i i t o c
schoolsings in the youth choir of that
church. She is known for her friend-
The Hi Y is a branch of the ly sweet smile. She 'has proven her-
Young Men's Christian Association self to be a good and dependable
and has a membership of some 30 worker, very worthy of the title
boys of Port St. J'oe with Booth ,Citizen of the Month".
Poole as their sponsor. Bobby Burkett has served for
Advance tickets are on sale at five years on the Student Council
Smith's ,Pharmacy and Daniell's -three while he was in elemen-
IGA Super Market, as well as from tary school and he is now serving ACROSS THE FIELD goes tha
every member of the club. Pur- his second year on the Council of
chase your tickets in advance and the High School. He is serving his quarterback Walter Wilder as
see this program put on for a wor- second year as football manager twisted all the wvav 'r ss ':
thy organization, and is an active member of the down the Shar5ks '" ;1 d ; s
These young men deserve the safety patrol. In the council, he


backing of the whole community.


serves on the Safety Committee


gained 38 yards on he run.


$90,000 oyster shell bill against the
County, it looked as if the. city
would get no secondary (paving
this year. But after an examination,
the County was credited with
nearly 80 percent of this bill and
were consequently $70,000 richer
in secondary funds.
When it was felt that the funds-
would be limited, Wewahitchka for-
ces asked that all of the money be
spent in that end of the county and
a like amount Tbe spent in this end
of the County the following year.
After intervention 'by the Port
St. Joe City iCommission, the
amount was divided equally which
would give each city approximately
two miles of paving.
In the resolution, Port St. Joe
has a mile entered, Highland View
about three-quarters of a mile and
Wewahitchka has 3,940 feet. The
remainder of' the funds are divided
up between White City and Yon's
Addition.
Also in the resolution is the new
Bay City road from a point asp-
proximately two miles east of White
City to Howard's 'Creek. This road
has,been in the proposal stage for
the past two years and is estimat-
ed the road will cost over $200,-
000, which is more than the County,-
gets in a year in secondary funds.
Also in the resolution is the Jones
Homestead Road, beginning at' U.
.S. / 98; approxinfm ely four .iiiles
,South of Port St. Joe and running
East to join the t6fw Apalachicola-
Po'rt St. Joe l3.iway The. pr.o-
poserd. c .-wj':-tbe three miles long.
Of course funds are not avail-
able for all these projects, but the
roads in the populated areas will
receive which almost assures that
the two long pieces of road will not
be.-ibuilt this year.
Roads asked for in Port St. Joe
are:
First Street from Woodward
Avenue to Garrison Avenue, 1,320
feet.
20th Street from Garrison Avenue
to Monument Avenue, 2,650 feet.
Wescott Circle from Garrison
Avenue to Garrison Avenue, 1,120
feet.
13th Street 'from Marvin Avenue
to Garrison Avenue, 300 feet.
19th Street from Marvin Avenue
to Garrison Avenue, 300 feet.
These roads will come under the
1956 budget and will not affect
roads already pledged for the city.

STAC HOUSE WILL BE
CLOSED SATURDAY NIGHT
Miss Margaret Key, director of
the STAC House announced this
week that the recreation center will
be closed Saturday, due to the an-
nual school-sponsored Sadie Haw-
kins Day celebration.

TRADE AT HOME


t familiar number 61 worn by
he ran down both sidelines and
fie'd tc s't up the last touch-
st Bay i'igh Thursday. Walter
(* photo)


NUMBER 14


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Social Activit


SMrs. OCYiEW MUN, N-Jior,


Roy Ga:rr tt Leads Tuesday D

Group At Home of Rev.

Roy Garrett was the leader for n
the Tuesday night discussion group Mrs. Belin
that meets with Rev. and Mrs. Tom First B
Miller in their home on Hunter
Circle.
Subject for discussion was Chris- Circle one of


tian Deviations.


Church Woman's


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Mr. Garrett brought out that held their October meeting in the o ou o.... i HoM* dv WMU
"there are many organizatiowith for our posters; Hilton Lewis for,
"there are many organizations that home of Mrs. W. J. Belin, withuse of his pony for the pony rides Highland View WMU
palm themselves off as "Christian" four members present and two visi- use of his n W. nes Ch
but upon closer examination, they tors. Watson Smith and W. D. Jones for Meets At Church
appear to have ideas that seem This was the first meeting of the piloting the mberjack; Mrs. Ed---
strange and foreign to what we new church year and officers for Ramsey ad Mrs. Walter Johnso they The Woman's missionary Union of
have always thought as being a the circle were elected with Mrs. for the wonde wth their wieceptio 's the Hihland iew Baptist church
Christian. Now, It might ,be that W. I. Carden acting as chairman., gave the croaffield and Wait's met Mhandy ip.m. t the church
we are wrong and they are right or Officers elected were: program brw; Gene affiel an te for the mission study with e Mrs.
it might be 'that they are wrong chairman: Mrs. Emory Rolbertson; Wilder r helping ith the Ralp Macomber, chairman, inesidy
and we are right. It is the unending chairman, Mrs. Ralph Nance; co- Coman or tables e opend te meeting with
task of the sincere Christian to chairman, Mrs. Clements; secre- St. Joe Paper Company other tl e reading of the 12 Psalmt f-
ferret out the subtle and hidden tary, treasurer and publicity, Mrs. and benches and the many otherlowed with prayer y Mrs almoggs.l-
errors in his belief and to cast Albert Blackburn; stewardship, favors extended and a Mrs. Ralph Nance led the study
them out. Mrs. W. I. Carden; children's home Nance, Mrs. Chauncey Costin and
th t Mrs. WI. Garden; chiren's home, taken from the book, "World With-
Them otn. 'I Mrs. William Wager for the won- taken from the book, "World With-
Those taking part in the discus- Mrs. Loretta Dowden; community r decorating in A Wqrld". Study on the teaching
sion were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .missions, Mrs. W. J. Belin; social derful jb hey did on decoratingmmd and the Mosem
Wiberly, Mrs. Marion Craig, Mrs. chairman, Mrs. Thursibay; young the park and to Mrs. C. A. Fite of Mohammed and the Moslem
Wimiberly, Mrs. Marion Craig, Mrs. 'chairman, Mrs. Thurs.aye yu; and Leroy Bowdoin .for the best world.
Will Ramsey, Mr.s. Roy Garrett, Ipeoples' leader, Mrs. Dave Smith; andThose attending the study were
'Mrs. Tom Miller, Mrs. Walter It was announced the next meet- parade Port St. Joe has everhad. Mrs. W. W. Garrett, Mrs. Clayton
Starnes, Mrs. Bill Mazorol and ing would be held in the home of To the St. Joe Luber and Exp Coker, Mrs. E. R. DuBose, Mrs.
Rev. Tom Miller. Mrs. Albert Blackburn. The meet- Company for their generous dona Lillie Ritchter, Mrs. Nora Lee,
ling was dismissed with prayer by tion; to Drel Brigman for furnish- Lillie Ritchter,s J. M. Bogs Mr.a L
CONNIE MUNN CELEBRATES Mrs. W. I. Carden. ing a loud weaker; to Wayne Butte Roh Macomber, Mrs. Corgis Har-
BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY Delicious refreshments w er e ram and John Blount for the use buck, Mrs. Homer Echols, Mrs. A.
'Connie Munn celebrated.her elev- served by the hostess. of kitc equmen tohe West D. Roberts, Mrs. Hugh Parker and
enth birthday Saturday night in the Mrs. Leo Kennedy.
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Week End Guests Leave On Vacation The meeting waI dismissed with
Bert Munn on Hunter Circle. 'Mrs. J. S. Wetherington of Dal- Mr. and. Mrs. J. 0. Baggett left prayer by Mrs. Nance. The WMU
The party was held on the patio las, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Russ Thursday for Tam pa, Lakeland, wishes to thank Mrs. Nance for
and a weiner roast was enjoyed Overby of Houston, Texas were the Miami Beach and St. Petersburg teaching the study.
by the guests. After refreshments, week. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. where they will spend two weeks.
the group organized and went on John owners. They will attend the State BaptitI Attend IFootball Game
a "Trick or Treat" tour. Convention in Lakeland and will
Enjoyin"T the party were twelve Chiropractors treat the cause .if visit with their daughter and. son- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duren and
guests, disease instead of the iy irntoms. in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Fain children attended the FSUtMiss-
I____ Throat Irritations can come from in Miami Beach before returning issippi football game in Panama
It Pays To Advertise Try It. your spine.-See a Chiropractor. home. City.




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Mr. and Mrs. Ellis B. Smith of
Dalkeith announce the birth of a
daughter, Annie Ruth Smith, on
October 31 in the Municipal Hos-
pital. The baby weighed 7 lbs., 12
ozs.

Mr. and' Mrs. Tee Hicks of White
City announce the birth of a son,
Michael Tee. Hicks on October 26
in the Municipal Hospital. The baby
weighed 7 -Ibs., 3 ozs.

Mr. andi' Mts. Thomas C. Griffin
of St. Joe Beach announce the
birth of a son, Thomas Coleman
Griffin, III, on October 31 in the
Municipal Hospital. The 'baby
weighed 6 lbs., 10 ozs.

MIMEO PAPER-8V'x11 and 8%x
14 mimeograph paper in stock at
all' times. The Star. Lf i


PTA Hallowe'en Carnival Committee

:ies Offers Thanks For Assistance Given

Churches On behalf of the Elementary Florida Gas Company; to the Flor-
Parent-Teacher Association, we ida Power Corporation for their
Dial 7-5461 wish to express our sincere thanks donations and to Bob Nedley for
to those who helped make our his generous contribution in cash;
)Carnival the success it was. to Emmett Daniell for his contribu-
iscussion we wish to thank Walter Duren tion and to the many others who
for building the booths and for .the made cakes, candies and .who en-
Tom Miller use of his large trailer for the tered' their children in the costume
House of Horrors. Charles Wall parade. To those mothers and dads
for lighting the park; Mayor Joe who spent so much of their time to
Hostess To Sharit and his staff for the use of help, we express our thanks.
the-city's lights and clean-up of The Carnival Committee
laptist Circle the park; Foy *Scheffer and Mrs. CHAUNCEY COSTIN, Chmn.
Marvin Land for the splendid hand- JOE PAFFE
the First, Baptist ling of the cake walk; Clyde 'A. BILL THARPE
s Missionary Union Fite for our signs; Mrs. 0. M. Mor- MRS. ELMORE GODF EY
tf M rr oand Mrs 'Rnv Wilson -


Winners of Costume
Contest Are Named

The judges of the costumes of the
Parent-Teacher Association's Hal-
lowe'en Carnival picked the follow-
ing children for prizes:
In the Hallowe'en costumes, Cris-
tie Coldewey won first prize. She
was a black cat. The second prize
winner was the holder of yellow
ticket number 28. They are asked
to contact Mrs. Clyde Fite for their
prize.
In the Mother Goose section,
Holly Barr won, the first prize.
She was dressed as a gypsy and
Jae Freida Joines as Bo-Peep won
the second prize.
In the most original costume sec-
ton, George-McLawhon, Jr., as Su-
perman, won the first prize and
Ann Wim/berly as Miss America
won the second prize.
Special awards went to the Paul
Farmer family for the old Folks of
Kentucky and to the Charlie Par-
ker's for their Winky, Blinky and
Nod using the station wagon as the
float.

HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
CHURCH WEEKLY CALENDAR
'Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Ch u r ch
School for al lages. 11:00 a.m. Holy
Communion. 6:30 p.m. Methodist
Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p.m. "Pe-
culiar Churches".
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes-
day: 7:30 ip.m., "How To Improve
The Church School".
Thursday: 10:00 a.m. District
Conference, St. Andrews Methodist
Church, Panama City.
Friday: 7:S30 p.m Choir Practice.
Rev. Douglas Newsome Pastor


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the lure of Pontiac's glamorous new style of
tomorrow gets you behind the wheel.
Performance is so incredibly agile, so amazingly
responsive that, if it weren't for Pontiac's size and
comfort, you'd swear you were driving a new ad-
vance in sports cars.
Touch the accelerator and that great General Motors
"First" silken-smooth Strato-Flight Hydra-Matic -
teams up with Pontiac's wholly new Strato-Streak V-8
engine to unleash the greatest "go" on wheels!
Pick yourself a hill and feel it disappear right
under your wheels. "Merely decide to pass that car
ahead-and you've done it! Here's performance that's


surely destined to "pull the props" from under well-
established record holders.
But performance is only part of the fabulous Pon-
tiac story for '56. Everything about it brings a thrill!
There's a new ride, new handling ease, colorful new
luxury interiors, and the greatest safety ever engi-
neered into an automobile.
And as to style-well, a single look confirms the
fa t that Pontiac is again the most smartly distinc-
tive car on ie road-the one car that marks you as
one who knows the best when he sees 't.
So come in today and drive this fabulous car. Sure
as you love glamour-sure as you love "go"-you'll
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
r r Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,


.J i $1.50
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TO ADVERTiSERS-'i, case of error or omissions in adver-
tise'lnl a, tle piUliglJ ir do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
I the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
isi lost' the printed word remains.

MORE GOVERNMENT "ECONOMY"
We read with a great deal of interest, the
letter from the District Engineer, Col. Harold
E. Bisbort, featured in the lead story of last
week's STAR. We read of the Engineer's
thoughts on the Chipola Cut-Off dredging econ-
omic standpoint with not just a little bit of won-
derment. We especially took careful note of
the engineer's revelation of the fact that there
are no products shipped from the Chipola
Cut-Off.
Of course there isn't.
There isn't a channel in existence to ship
through.
For the same reason, there isn't any shipping
up the Apalachicola River yet. But there will
be with the channel in existence. There will
be shipping from Chipola Cut-Off landings -
already in existence also, if there is a channel.
The Engineer's report shows that there is $1
million a year in shipping awaiting the dredg-
ing of the channel. Think of the timber activi-
ties along the Chipola and you can see a poten-
FP E- been announced b
r Emp oyees cy, vice president
H who is in charge
Get Wage Hike sales.
-. The new contra
A new working agreement grant- troactive to July 18
ing a four percent wage, increase Nov. 4, 1957, also
to employees of Florida 'Power employees aniothe:
Corporation has been approved by wage increase beg
the company and five local unions 1956.
of the International Brotherhood "We .are very pro
of Electrical Worers (AFL), it has Mr.. Gracy said, "T


tial doubling of that amotint of shipping from Il. R. Kyie, business manager
just two miles of the distance covered by the for the system council of local un-
entire channel from Chattahoochee to Apalachi- ions, stated, "We are happy with
tr the results of negotiations this year
cola. as in years past, and we look for-
The Colonel says it will cost $200,000 more ward to many more years of plea-
tc dredge the Cut-Off than the Apalhicola River saant and harmonious relations be-
over the distance covered by the Cut-Off. May- tween th union and the company."
be so But Folks alon the Cut-ff are Mr. Gracy also announced that
be so But -. Folks along the Cut-Off are a series of meetings was conducted
7- to water transportation to ship throughout the Florida Power sys-
i.u_ j-is. People c=n t get to the Apalachicola 'tem with company supervisors and
River to ship products in this area hence this union officers and stewards. In
area would be merely a scenic ride if the Chan- these sessions, M. F. Bunnell, di-
nel is put through the River instead of a scene changes made in the working agree-
of commerce if put through the Cut-Off. meant, in order that the supervisors
Maybe the cost would be greater if the and union leaders migth' have a
channel is put through the Cut-Off. But there more complete and uniform under-
is business along this route to use the channel, standing of the terms of the agree-
ment.-
People would be served and not by-passed. W. J. Clapp, president of he
Maybe we're mistaken, but we thought that the utility, attended all of these meet-
channel was to serve people and 'make money ings and talked with various groups,c
and not merely to justify the expensive locks giving his thoughts on labor rela-I
that have been constructed in Jim Woodruff tons, sales promonytion, safety and
Dam. general company operations in this
period of rapid growth and develop-
We believe that anybody from six years to ment.
106 years old would see our folly if we were A special feature of these meet-
to build us a new print shop and build it out of in9gs was the presentation by Mr.
Sr wh i Clapp of the Edison Electric Insti-
town away from where business is being tute Safety A ard to F employ-
"ari o tute Safety A,,-ard to FPC employ-
carired on merely because we could save es I, ,vo-,-rnT more than a mil-
money in construction cqsts. Maybe we could lion mu-mhours. w~hou a fisabuna
build a cheaper building, pay no city taxes, wa- accident. Award CertificaLes were
ter or sewer bills. But, we wouldn't be where presented too ach division, piant.
the business is and would defeat our purpose. garage an id there major dem. The
By the same token we believe the engineers award was given the 1,764 FPC
are "missing the boat" by not building their employees for working 1,007,280
channel where it is needed and not in the most safe man-hours between March 17
"economic" place. There are times when Gov- and July 3, 195'5.
Se t f In making the 'award, Mr. Clapp
ernment economy can be carried too far and said, "It took the cooperative effort
then there are times when it isn't carried far of all employees to produce this
enough. million man-hours of safe work.
So, Colonel, let's look at the channel from All employees have done an out-
_3- standing job in achieving this re-
a "people served per dollar spent" angle and cord, however, the greatest sais.re-
Scord however, the greatest satis-
then decide what course the channel takes,. faction is the knowledge that dur-
ing this period no employee or his
y J. Shirley Gra- Mr. Gracy said', "that in the more family suffered because of personal
t of the utility, than 19 years the IBEW has repre- injury to one of our employees."
of personnel and sented employees of the company R. G. Porter, FPC manager here
our relationships have been har- stated that the meeting for this
ct, which is re- monilou and friendly, both in nego- area was held at Monticello on
8 and extends to tiationS and in everyday opera- October 31.
grants the FPC tions." Local supervisors and union of-
r four percent He'poin'ted out that the wage in- ficials attended.
ginning Oct. 29, crease granted ECP employees is Asthma can be caused by your
*in 1 h reemes egotited i Asthma can be caused be your
in lie 6 With agreements negotiated spine-See a Chiropractor. (adv)
oud and happy", by othet electric utilities in the pne Chipracto (adv)
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business of telling the world about
Florida, her opportunities and ad-
vantages, her growing industry, her
outstanding attractions, her progres-
sive government and her promising
future.
The organization is not very old.
It was set up by a small number of
public relations folk before World
War II. It was my privilege to be
one of the group and I recall the
struggle we had to keep the organi-
zation alive, especially during the
war years.
Today it is a strong organization


state departments are doing to in-
terest and entertain the swelling
ranks of year 'round visitors. How
cities an downs are meeting their
problemss' providing housing, high-
ways, schools, utilities and the like.
From out of state come recog-
nized authorities who tell of na-
tional problems, point out their re-
lationship to Florida and suggest
local action that will be most ad-
vantageous to this state.
Thansiportation men representing


railroads, bus lines, airlines and n V ii
steamship lines present the travel ,lillllllll| lllllllllli| IIi;,III, fIiIi


picture antd tell *hat their organi-
zations ate doing to improve and
expand the program.
Executives of our power and
light companies, large industrial
concerns, bankers and business
men all welcome the opportunity
to tell their story to the men and
women who have perfected the art
of telling others.
(Continued On Page 9)


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PHONE BAII 7-2221 PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


and is gr,:,wltg like a weed. The
T IATE Miami Beach .meeting drew the lar-
TOO LATE gest attendance in its history and
TO CLASSIFY the program and clinic was the
most comprehensive ever present-
BY RUSSELL KAY ed.
go___ Most of the members are young,
Last week I attendedtheannualalert, aggressive. They know Flor-
Last week attended the annual ida and have unlimited faith in its
convention of the Florida Public future. Through these annual clin-
Relations Association at Miami ics they learn what is going on all
Beach. This group is composed of over the state. What the Florida
the men and women who make a Develoment Commission and other


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est Service I To to rework lines put in by the land-
Plow Fire Lines owners last year.
Sw r The County Rangers can plow
Snew lines for those who wish new
outy Rainger H. A. Hardy says lines with the two-disc ploy to give
the county is now ready to a four foot line. However, according
fire lines. The county has to Hardy, the county expects to


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get a new TD,14 International village base used'in the past. The FAYE GARRAWAY HAS
tractor and four disc-plow which charge for the tractor with the two DELICATE HEART OPERATION
will plow an eight foot line. This disc plow or harrow will be at the MiVss Fay6 Garrarway, daughter of
equipment is expected to be avail- rate of $8.00 per hour and for the Charles Ganraway, is reported do-
able to the county (by January, 195,6. larger tractor with the four disc ing nicely after undergoing surgery
he charge fo rowing fire ines ploy will 'be $10.00 per hour. at the University of Minnesota
iThe charge to rplowing fire lines The landowner will not be charg- Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn.
onb ythe hour insprivatead ofby propertytheed with time due to breakdowns, 'Miss Garraway had a 7% hour
go b the hour itead of by the o bog downs, during the plowig heart operation last Wednesday to
Ia operation. however, the landowner cole valve in her heart. Dr. C.
will pay for time involved in clear- Wal't Lillehei, noted heart sur-
ing logs or other debris from the geon; performed the .operation.
line. The playing time begins at Her friends may write her at the
LS- HDOLLS Ithe point of actual plowing.,and hospital in Minneapolis.
LS-- VL stops at the end of the plowing. ---- --


FLORIDA


Transportation charge for trans-
porting th'e equipment will ibe
charged when the plowing is not
on a plowing schedule, or the plow-
ing is less than five miles. Those
who wish to have fire lines plowed
should contact the Ranger in your
area so as to let him get it on a
schedule 'to avoid 'transportation
charges.
Gall-bladder attacks can come
from the spine-See a Chifoprac-
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Association to Rotary Club Thursdcv

George Y. Core Explains Work of TB

George Y. Core, Clerk of the of some other disease.. He said that
Circuit Court ,addressed the Port a'bott five per cent of active ca.,
St. Joe Rotary Club at their regu- .found, are found through, the free
lar meeting last Thursday at noon. x-rays.
Mr. Core did not speak in his ca- "'Crowded areas 'breed the di-
pacity as 'Clerk of the Court, but sease, research shows" said Cor'.
in his capacity as president of he "in.places such as slums and other
Gul fCounty TB and Health Assoc- places where people live close to-
iation. gether. The worst breeding places
The main point of Core's alk where TB takes a high toll is hce
was in the methods of diagnosing nation's Indian reservations wheree
and curing of tuberculosis. Core close living spreads tuberculosiss.
staited- that the disease is not in- According to Core, only on'e fifth
'herited but is'passed from one per- of the active diseased -patients are
son to another by coughing, sneez- in hospitals. Others' are out on
ing, spitting and not taking our- society. Many of the patients still
m'al precautions against diseases. out among the people are people
Core said that x-ray was the most who are reasonably sure they have
affective means of showing up he 'TB but are ;afraid' of finding out
presence of the disease in a person. for sure that they have. Over 200,-
In using the x-ray method of track- 000 people died in the U. S. from
ing down the disease, more than 'TB last year, 277 of these in Flor-
500,000 were made in the state last ida. Florida has four state TB,.hos-
'year in mobile x-ray units spion- pitals supported 'by the taxpayers
scored by the Association. Core said to care for state patients.
that on an average of only 20 per Core stated tthat the TB chhp'-
cent of the population volunteered ters did various work to aid .n
for the free x-rays. He said most the detection and suppress the di-
cases of TB were found through sease, and said their only source,;
routine x-rays made in hospitals of income was through their annual
in checking patients for symptoms program of selling Christmas seals.


j Apples At


Your Best Partes


So many delicious cheese mixtures deserve to be on your autumn
beverage tray. And along side the bowl of tangy cheese give- your
guests wedges of juicy eating apples. The best combination of
,flavors-cheese and apples-adds to the hospitality a'note .your
guests and the family will appreciate.
APPLE APPETIZERS '
1. Arrange marinated herring '(pickled herring in sour cream)
on individual plates with wedges of crisp, unpeeled red appfe slices.
2. Surround ae bowl holding Devil Dip with wedges of unpeeled
red apple slices. Provide cocktail picks,
DEVIL DIP


THE '56 CHEVRQLET BEL AIR SPORT SEDAN-above is a beautiful example of
, Chevrolet's bigger, bolder look. Four doors and no sideposts in this one-did you notice?


1 up creamed cottage cheese
1/3 cup deviled ham
1 teaspoon gzted onion
Combine allt ingredients, mi


2 tablespoons chopped
black olives
1 tablespoon minced pimiento
2 teaspoons dry sherry
x well. Makes about 11/2 cups. FNS


They're sitting in our showroom
right now champing at the bit. For
t these '56 Cheyrolets were born with
t .- an urge to go places! Look at that
'- I bigger, wider, more massive grille.
SFollow that lower speedline of
S- chrome back to those sassy, high-set
taillights (the one on thp left swings
down to uncover the gas cap!)

New models-all with bold new Motoramic Styling. V8 or 6-19 Models in 3 Series
i Any kind of model anyone could
More models-including two new 4-door hardtops and want! Your choice of the new "Blue-
I two new 9-passenger station wagons. New, excitement Flame" 6 with 140. h.p. and new
higher compression or Chevrolet's
under the hood-up to 205 horsepower and 9.25 to 1 record-breaking V89 power ranging
up to. a new high of 205 h.p. and -
compression- ratio..'Jhis-remember.-is .the car, that 9.25 to 1 compression ratio! Auto-
broke the Pikes Peak record in a history-making, pre- matic, and comfort and safety fea-
"' turea? Chevrolet offers all- of them
production trial. Come on in, look it over and try it out! Come, drive the '56 Chevrolet!


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SDairy Division Accepts
Mobile Laboratory Notice is hereby given that I have
SLaoraoryfiled my Final Returns as-Executrix
LL .... of the Estate of Earl L. Hobaagh,
TiA.LLAHAiSSEE Commission- deceased; that I have filed my pe-
er of Agriculture Nathan Mayo tuition for distribution and for Final
t-'.akes part in the formal acceptance Discharge, and that. on November
S14, 1955, I will apply to the Hon-
ceremonies of a new mobile labora- orable J. E. Pridgeon, County Judge
tory designed to give the Dairy Di- of Gulf County, Florida, for approv-
vision of the State Department of al of said returns and for an Order
Agriculture quicker and more of Distribution and for final dis-
charge as Executrix of the will of
scientific analysis of all dairy .pro- Earl L. Hobaugh, deceased.
ducts. Standing at the side of the This the 12th day of -October,
3'5-foot trailer are C. Q. Wyatt of 1955.
-Wyatt Trailer Sales, Ocala, manu- cutANNA D. HOBAUGH
facturer of the unit; Alex G. 'Sraw, First publication, October 1.3, 1955
SGainesville, Chief Dairy Supervisor SILAS R. STONE
and Commissioner Mayo. Shaw willI Attorney for Executrix


-be in charge of the trailer unit
S'which will conduct statewide tests
.with the Gainesville office as head-
quarters.

GARDEN CLUB WILL MEET
AT THE !HOTEL TODAY
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will have a general meeting this
afternoon at the Motel St. Joe at
3:'30 p.m.
The meeting, first general gather-
ing of the new season. will be held
in the sun room and all members
are urged to attend.

i- Breeding ieifters
Dairy heifers should not be bred
. before they are 15 to 18 months of
ago.

'For a "Crick" in your neck-See
a Chiropractor. (adv)

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
CQIURT GULF COUNTY,
; FLORIDA. IN-PROBATE, .
SIn R-: E-~,ta of
EARL L. HOBAUGH
deceased.
'NOTICE OF FILING PETITION
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
EXECUTOR


'NOTICE OF ELECTION
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT
NO. 1, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
Pursuant to Section 230.39. of the
Florida School Laws, notice is here-
by given that the next Regular Bi-
ennial Election in Special Tax Dis-
trict No. 1 (county wide) is called
or Tuesday. the Sth day of Novem-
ber, A. D. 1955, for the said district
to determine the rate of millage to
be assessed and collected on the
property therein for the next en-
suing two (2) years, and to elect,
three (3), trustees for the district
- for the next ensuing two (2) years
(no two trustees- shall be elected
from any one School Board Mem-
ber Residence District). All quali-
fied electors residents within said
district (county wide) who pay
taxes on real and personal property
and are otherwise qualified accord-
ing to law, are entitledto vote at
said, election. It is determined that
ten (10) mills will-be necessary to
maintain a uniform system of Flor-
ida schools within said -district.
Precincts 1, 2, 3. and 4 will vote
at the City Hall in Wewahitohka,
the poll holders to be, Mrs. Leona
O'Neal, clerk, .Mrs. Annie Cook,
;Mrs. Marvin Pitts and Mrs. Hettie
Britt, Inspectors.
Precincts 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, will
vote in the. City Hall in Port St.
Joe, with the fQllowing poll holders,
Mrs. -Hazel Ferrell, Clerk, Mrs.


Neva Croxton, Mrs. Zola Maddox,
and Mrs. T. 0. Richards, Inspectors.
ATTEST: 5t-10-6
Thomas A. Owens Fennon Talley
Superintendent Chairman


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lili6 to interMbct with State Road
Mo30-A ---a' miles-
'Minutes of The IN WHITE CITY:
The East 1,550 feet of State Road K
COUNTY COMMISSION 3s1 1,550 ft.
visionmoved fo 1,200 ft.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA County Road in Wimico Subdi-
OCTOBER 27, 1955 vision 2,260 ft.
The Board of County Commis-.IN WEWAHITCH IKA:
stoners of Gulf County, Florida met, Bay Avenue ----- -- .------- 900 ft. "
this date in, special session. The North 500 feet of East Seventh
following members were present: Street ..... 500 ft. ." .
George W. Cooper, 'Chairman, E. C. Shippey Road ..... -........ 2,640 ft.
harden, Sr., T. D. Whitfield and IN PORT ST. JOE:
J. iC. Price. The Clerk and Sheriff 1st Ave. from Woodward Ave. to
were also present. Garrison 1,320 ft.
The meeting came to order at 20th Street from Garrison to
7:00 p.m. Monument 2,650 ft.
The Chairman announced that, Wescott Circle from Garrison to
this meeting was called for the Carrison 1,120 ft.
purpose of considering adopting a 1'13th Street from Marvin to Gar-
resolution setting up a secondary prison 300 ft.'
road program for 1956. th S'treet from Marvin to Gar-
Whereupon, Comm. Whitfield of- rison 300 ft. ELLEN DREW and GEORGE MONTGOMdRY de ., aoA m =
fered the following resolution and !IIIGHLAND VIEW: in "DAVY CROCKETT, INDIAN SCOUT", a United Ardists release. i
moved for its adoption, seconded 8th Street 1,100 ft.
by Comm. Price and upon vote was Hayes Ave: from 7th St. to 8th
unanimously carried, to-wit: St. 280 ft. -. the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
VWHEREAS the State Road De- North Park AVe............. 270 ft.
apartment of Florida, requested the Park Ave. from 7th St. to 8th NEWS FROM C. Thompson of Florala, Ala.
Board of. County Commissioners of St. 270 ft.d Mrs BMr. and Mrs. Hillary Taylor,
Gulf County, Florida to adopt an Hayes Ave. from 5th St. to 6th V ew Mrs. Jeff Johnson and son, John
appropriate resolution listing ap St. 270 ft High of De Funiak Springs were guests
proximately sixteen miles of coun-, 4th Avenue 280 ft. -By MARTHA RAY
ty roads in Gultf County which arO 3rd St. from 3rd Ave. to 4th of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Taylor and
of major importance to the wei- Ave. J 270 ft. c children Sunday.
are and 'economic development o 3rd Ave. from 1st St. to 4th St.
0e County, and development 3rd Ave. 310 ft. Mrs.- W. A. Rush and children Mrs. Mary Alice Jones, daugh-
WHEREA'S the State Road De- YON'S ADDITION spent last week visiting her mo- ter of Rev. and Mrs. Fred McIntosh
apartment requires this information Americus Ave------ ........--.. 6,400 ft. ther, Mrs. Anna Chason of Telogia. has been spending a few weeks
in order to comply with the new (* indicates roads, and streets Rev. Duglas Newsome attended with her parents, and now will re-
Florida Highway Code which e already surveyed by the State Road e al e e ae turn to her husband, ENI Carey
:me effective on An~gust 3, 1955, Department.) the revival service in Parker on turni to her husband, ENI Carey
ndame effective on August 3, 195, ADOPTED at a special meeting Saturday night. Jones, who is stationed at the
WIIEREAS, the Roads to be d 27th day of October, A. D. 1955. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gay of We- Guard Academy of New London,
ignated are specifically to estab- Theo e being no further business wahitchka spent the day with his Conn.
isg thed State Secondary Syste-,. to come before the Board at this
fr Gulf County. Secondary Syste time the meeting did then adjourn, daughters, Mrs. Jeff Duval and The Women's Missionary Council
ATTEST: Miss, Barbara Gay. of the Assembly of God Church is
NOW, THERFORE, BEoITRE GEORGE Y. CORE, Clerk Mr. and Mrs. Randall Lee spent going to hold a special meeting
paSOLrtiED that tis hereby State Road D GEORGE W. COOPER, Ch.Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday, Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. The
directed to consider the following' BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Monroe Callaway of Chipley. WMIC president, Mrs. Nettle Mearl
eroadsand streetsdesiotgnated s dM BlMrs. Mary Alice Jones and mo- Gatlin of Tallahassee will be the
Secondary Roads to be constructed 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Billy Coody of Bir-
in Gulf 'County, Florida beginning mingham, Ala., became the proud their Mrs. reId McIntosh motored guest speaker.
1956, to-wit: parents of a 15-months-old adopted to Malone and spent the day. The Christ Ambassador's of the
New Bay 'City Road (Section daughter, Gail Lynn, October 18. Mrs4 .Ruth .Williams .of Fort Assemlbly of God Church held a
5159Road 87, SRD Survey dated Mr Coody is a White visited with her son, Gene fish fry for the winning team Oct.
Jones Homestead Road, beginning Port 'St. Joe and is well known here. sand her parents, r.ally. nd Mrs. Jim Go7:30 awin. Thehose of Mr. attending
at U. S. 98 on Section line between Mrs. L. H. Kelly. Mrs. Jim Godwin. Thse attending
Sections 24 and 25. TS:S, R11W and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Garrett and the event were: Mr. and Mrs. M.
running due East down said Section Star Want Ads et Resul[S Mr. and Mrs. George Leece spent (Continued on page 11)


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'-- -- Love, Mavis Butts, Elbert Norris, to Mrs. Ike Hall and Mrs. Johnnie in ,Columbbu, ba., visiting with the week end- in Perry visiting
NEWS FROM Zola Ray, George Neal, Maxine Wal- Williams. Then refreshments of friends and relatives. with their daughter and son-in-law,
ker, Ted Cannon, Carol Young and cake, coffee, punch, cookies and Gene Anderson of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ellison.
OAK GROVE Mrs. Agnes Ellis. nuts were served to the following spent the week end visiting with' Mr. and Mrs. Ollis Kay and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Key of Bra- guests: Mrs. Ross Hudson, Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie daughter, Mary ,Scott ofat Ozark, Ala-
By HELEN NORRIS denton spent Monday visiting with Joe Burns, Mrs. Ike Hall, Mrs. Ida Anderson. Ibama was the week end guests of 1
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy. Williams, Mrs. Eva Pate, Mrs. Her- Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hollomon his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kay and
Mrs. Agnes Ellis, teacher of the Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams man Cooper, Mrs. Mamie Thomas, and children spent the week end in his sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church and daughter, Chris, spent Monday Mrs. Lloyd Riley, Mrs. Walker, Chlpley visiting with friends and and Mrs. Buddy Walker.
gave her senior class a party Mon- in Panama City visiting with Mr. Mrs. Gilbert Stephens, Miss Mary relatives. Mrs. P. W. Worley and sons,
day evening at 7:30 at the home and Mrs. Grant. 1 Clifton. Sending gifts but unable- Honored With Party Howard and Adolph Worley of
ofayMiss Gypsie Love. Several games Honored With Shower to attend were: Mrs. Maggie Wal- Mrs. Allen Norris honored her Bonifay were the wee kend guests
were played then 'refreshments of Mrs. Eddie Norris was honored ker, Mrs. J. B. Porter and Mrs. daughter, Jenny Kay Norris on her of her son and daughternley. w,
cake, cookies and -hot chocolate with a bridal shower Friday' night Newsom. 13th birthday with a parity Satu- Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley.
were served to the following guests at :30 at the home of Mrs. Johnnie Mrs. Eldridge Adams and daugh- ter Street. Several games were
David Riley, Voncile Alsobrook, Williams. iSeveral games were ter Chris Ann 'returned home Fri- played then refreshments of birth-
James KInight, Gypsie Love, Buddy played and prizes were awarded day after spending several weeks day cake, ice cream and punch LETTERS TO
were served to the following guests THE EDITOR
SJtiniu t Norri%. Mar Rilev Sallv I EDITOR


Phil Cook* would be happy to know his second life is
just the way he planned it. His family is together.
His wife is able to care for the children without the
need of a job to pay for living expenses.
Some years ago, you see, Phil asked his Gulf Life
representative for help. Phil learned how important his
existing insurance was-how it could be adapted to
changing family requirements.
Then Phil saw how he could afford a Gulf Life program
that would give the family a living income, should
anything happen to him. That was the secret of the
two lives led by Phil Cook.
Whether it's family income, education, retirement--
Gulf Life has a plan that will provide the benefits
you want. Ask your Gulf Life representative about
them. There's no obligation, of course.
*"Phg Cook" s a fictitious name, but our records tell
the stories of many "Phil Cooks."


Gaulf Life ew&pi
"A Southern Institution Since 1911" Home Office Jacksonville, Florida


Offices In Stone Building


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s.uanILa J. 1ri 4 y 'T uy, bany
Hudson, Tommy Riley, Gall An-
iderson, Dot Dornmany and Vivian. Nv. 1, 195
Ray. Dear Editor:
Mr. and Mrs. Mary Deese and
I was somewhat disappointed
children of Panama City were the I was somewhat disa pointed
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs,. when I read in your last week's is-
sue that there would be gambling
Cr d ( ae o a (bingo) at the local PTA carnival.
Mr. and Mrs. James Young and Practically everyone knows that
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Daby of bingo has bee noutlawed in Florida
Tyndall were the week end guests a ..


'In(


P otured above are w nners of Winner for the boys' was Fred
the STAC House Hallowe'en cos- Griffin, dressed as a cowboy an.
tume contest held at their Hallo- !or the girls, Mary Lou Aqnders- :.
we'en party at the meeting place dressed as a "flapepr" of the '20'.
Saturday night. I photo

First Baptist Circle 4 was also in charge of the meetin-.
Meets With Mrs. Stephens Officers were elected for the
coming year. Chairman, Mrs. W. C.
Pridgeon; Co-chairman, Mrs. W. B
Circle Four of the First Baptist Richardson; secretary an dtreas
Women's Missionary Society held urer, Mrs. R. W. Henderson; co
its October meeting in the home ,
f M in unity missions, Mrs. Elliot; mi3-
of Mrs. E ry Sthens. sion study, Mrs. W. B. Richardson:
The meeting was opened with program study, Mrs. Emory St
prayer! by Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon who phens; stewardship, Mrs. A. V.
Bateman; young peoples work, Mrs.
of our Parent-Teacher Associations. A. R. Tomlinson; war relief, Mrs.
Yours for moral righteousness, A. V.. Bateman; children's home,
LOWELL F. ADAMS Mrs. A. R. Tomlinson; pulblicit:,,
-- Mrs. R. W.- Henderson.


Jn September 29th THE BIG M-the new 1956
Mercury-was unveiled for the first time in
dealers' showrooms. By November 1st; actual
sales figures indicated immediate, overwhelming
public acceptance far greater than in any previous
first month following the introduction of a new
Mercury model. It's still another new all-time rec-
ord month for one of the fastest growing cars in
automotive history. Come in now-see why so
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The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. Emory Stephens.
Refreshments of delicious home-
made cake and cold drinks were
served to the following: Mrs. W. B.
Richardson, Mrs. A. R. Tomlinson,
Mrs. Perry Elliot, Mrs. A. V. Bate-
man, Mrs. Doris Jordan, Mrs. Bet-
ty Ruth Fleming, -Mrs. Margaret
Thomason, Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon,
Mrs. Emory Stephens and Mrs. R.
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Long rAv6ew p3 i t 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.
S Meeting In The High School Auditorium

VISITORS Al WAYS WELCOME.



BILL'S PLUMBING SHOP
Phone, day 7-3091 Nite, 7-7846
We Repair Any Model OUTBOARD MOTORS
203 Third Street -- Beside Piggly Wiggly


The secret

of the father

who lived

two lives


of 'Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson. "' "is I .. .
'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese and which should be helping to lead
children spent 'Satrday n otton- our homes and our youth into high-
children spent ,Saturday in Cotton-
i dale visiting with friends and rela- e it
tives. long as it goes for a good cause
Mr. and Mrs John Maddox, Mr. it is alright *to break civil and
Mr. and Mrs; John Maddox, Mr. moral laws.
and. Mrs. Lynn Wood and Mrs. Up to now I .have felt that our
Roberta Maddox of Saint Andrews local PTA groups were outstanding
were the Sunday guests of Mr. and in their moral standards, and I hope
Mrs. Jim Maddox. that pressure from Christian groups
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Knight and will purge them of this trend to-
children spent Sunday visiting in ward gambling.
Panacea with Mr. and 'Mrs. C. P. I recall these words of wisdom,
Knight. remembered from something I have
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Riley, Milton read:
spent several days visiting with "He that puts confidence in
jRev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley. dice, cards, balls, bowls, or any
Rev. and- Mrs. Lloyd Riley mo- game, lawful or unlawful, doth
tored to Tallahassee Monday on adventure to be laughed at for
business. a fool, or die a 'beggar unpitied"
We are sorry to say that Mrs. 'It seems to me that many worth-
Sims is ill and her many friends while organizations cut themselves
wish her a speedy recovery, off from the wholehearted support
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese and of multitudes of people who would
daughter, Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- lend a helping hand, by engaging
'ar Deese and children and Mrs. in questionable and sometimes out-
Mary Levins.motored to Wewa- right sinful practices. The end
hitchka Sunday on business, never justifies the means, when
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sims and morals must be sacrificed.
children spent the week end in In Proverbs 16:8 God says: "Bet-
Tallahassee visiting with Mrs. Sims ter is a little with righteousness
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and than great revenues without right."
Mrs. G. C. Sullivan and family. I trust and pray tha the right
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creamer spent Spirit will prevail in future plans


of every dollar |
-- Abehind your U
Gulf Life policy
Sis invested in i
S the South. *


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O. M. TAYLOR


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High School Auditorium Thursday, Nov. 3
TICKETS ON SALE AT
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M. P. TOMLINSON


REALTOR -
403 Munument Ave.


INSUROR
.Port St. Joe, Fla.


Program Listed For j message a report on gifts to world N
program Lsted oronsthrough the c enton's ew Florida Unemploy ent Pay ent
Florida Baptist Con. Cooperative Program. These un- F
per..o oatuedLeaw cs Expained For ate Employers
The program for the 94th session designated receipte aYenl edi ton L w Is Explaied For State Employers
of the Florida Baptist Convention T'k t yar
meeting in Lakeland, Novemiber September 30. This figure amounts
meeting in Lakeland, November 8- to more than 12 per cent increase Gulf County firms not now cov- the year in excess of $6,000.
10, was released this week by Dr. previously highest year ered by the Unemployment Co- Some types of employment are
'.ack Noffsinger, program chairman over the previously highest year. ered' by the Unemployment Coin-
Jafor the Convention, program chairman The recommended budget for the pensation Law are being sent forms exempt fro mthe coverage; such
for the Convention, and pastor next 12 months will be. figured on by the Florida Industrial Commnis- as ,agricultural workers, domestic
hot first Bnaetiton Cheuon nn pain6s- of .t mtmq... oi r hu ehon rvants. n in-n-


-.-yville.
Adver9Wmhn Out-ofistate personalities includ-
ed on the program are Donald F.
From where I sit... 6y Joe Marsh Ackland, Nashville, who will con-
J e M s 'duct the convention worship ser-
vices; Howard iButt, lay leader
from Texas; J. M. Crowe, Nashville
Last Word in Dr. Penrose St. Amant, New Or-
I leans; Dr. Benjamin Mays, Presi-
Farm Machiner dent, Moorehouse College, Atlanta;
Dr. Allan Graves, Louisville; Dr.
Curly Lawson was first in this people pass-you'd better stick to W. A. Criswell, Dallas, and Dr. Por-
area to use one of those roadside the old methods." ter Routh, Executive 'Secretary of
vending machines. He's sold milk From where I sit, you have to the Executive. Committee of the
and eggs in one about a year now, admire Curly for his pioneering Southern Baptist Convention, Nash-
nd d 4L.t.h..... l .-


anU recommen UL lu em highly-
but with reservations.
"Mine's the latest model," says
Curly. "Built-in refrigeration
unit-heater-an automatic sign
turner-on for night. Takes any
combination of coins."
"However," he warned, "those
machines aren't cheap to buy...
or operate. They run about $3500.
If you're not on the main high-
way like I am-where lots of city


spirit. Of course, there's also
plenty to be. said for those who
tend to stick to the old proven
methods. People's ideas differ on
the subject-on any subject. Like
you may always drink buttermilk
with your meals ... while a glass
of beer's the "automatic" choice
with me.


Copyright, 1955, United States Brewers Foundatior


ville. I
Dr. John Maguire, Executive Sec-
retary-Treagurer, will include in his



HALLMARK'S

SHOES are GUARANTEED
to give satisfaction
Low In Cost
High In Value


a six percent increase over tmis
year's figure.
Selected to bring the annual on-
vention sermon was Dr. Preston B.
Sellers, pastor, East Hill Baptist
Church, Pensacola, also a member
of the State Board of Missions. Dr.
J. R. White, pastor, Main Street
'Baptist Church, Jacksonville, was
chosen as alternate. Cecil B. Car-.
roll, Jacksonville insurance execu-
tive and president of the Florida
Baptist Convention will preside ov-
er the meetings. M. D. Jackson,
Edgewater, is the recording secre-
tary.
The convention will hear reports
on all phases of departmental
work of the convention, including
Sunday School, Training Union,
Woman's Missionary Union, Bro-
therhood, Music, Student Union and
Cooperative Missions. Reports will
also be made by Stetson University,
Florida Baptist Home for Children,
Florida Baptist Witness, and' the
Florida Baptist Coundation. Elec-
tion of officers for the ensuing
year will come during the first af-
ternoon of the meeting.


under changes in the law, reports
R. L. McLendon, Field Deputy for
this area.


ance agents or solicitors and real
estate salesmen or agents whose
pay is solely by commissions.


Most firms with as few as four MpLendon explains that the pay-
or more workers will become sub- ment to the state is made quarterly
ject to the law and a three per cent and is 2.7 per cent of the first
charge against their payrolls, ef- $3,000 annual wages paid each im-
fective January 1, 1,956, McLendon ployee. The employer also pays to
said. Those with eight or more the Federal Government a three


workers are presently covered. The
Federal Congress made law chan-
ges extending the coverage to em-
ployers of four or more workers,
and the changes were automatically
effective under the Florida law,
McLendon said.
An estimated 20,000 additional
employers in Florida Will become
liable for the 2.7 per cent Florida
rate on their payrolls. McLendon
said the liability is based on 'the
employer's employment in 195t5. In
general, those who will be subject
to the Florida la ware:
1. Those having four or more
employees in 20 different week's of
this year (19,515) or,
2. Those having four or more em-
ployees in eight weeks of this year,
and, a payroll for any quarter in


SPECIAL SALE at DANLEY'S Phone BAll 7-3151


L-_


tenths per c nt charge, which is For example: the Florida Public
reported and paid once each year. Relations group was given an op-
(Federal liability for four or more portunity to visit Florida's newest
coverage will be based on the em- major attraction, the Seaquarium,
iploying experience for each year located on Rickenbacker Causeway;
beginning in 19516.) the University of Miami; the fabu-
Florida provides an experience lous Fontainbleau Hotel and to top
rating system by which employers i+ off. Eastern Airlines took htem
may become eligible for rate reduc- *on a night flight .over the metro-
tions in their state payments after politan Miami area in their new
as few as six quitrters of contribu- Golden Falcon planes that now pro-
tions. The employer is rated on his vide the utmost in air travel be-
experience which consists of a corn- tween major northern cities, and
prison of his total wages paid Florida points.
and the amount paid in unemploy- I thought I knew Florida. I thot
ment compensation benefits to his I knew what was going on over the
former workers who become unem- state. But after attending this meet-
ployed through no fault of their ing I realize that our (progress is
owner. The scale, ranges from the so great and so rapid that no mat-
2.7 per cent starting charge down ter how hard an individual tries to
to as low as zero, beginning as ear- keep up with it, he can't grasp the
ly as July 1957. whole picture. I came away with
"The sooner -employers get es- th feeling that no state in the
tablished in the Fund, the sooner union has a more promising future.
they wil lbe eligible for rate reduc- We can count on steadily increas-
t i on consideration," McLendon ing industrial and ,business devel-
points out. opment and permanent growth that
All employers not now covered will tax us to keep up with it. Flor-
are required to fill out and return ida is going places and it doesn't
a form sent out by the Industrial .look like anything can stop us.
Commission, which is legally re-
quired in order to determine liabili- Star Want Ads Get Results
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not receive a form, ca nget one
by contacting R. L. McLendon, Field
Deputy for this area at 400 S. Pala-
fox St., Pensacola, or by writing the
Unemployment Compensation Divi-
sion, Florida Industrial Commission,
Tallahassee.

Too Late To Classify
(Continued From Page 4)
Delegates are not only told, they
are shown. Tours provide them
with an opportunity to see amazing
new housing projects, new indus-
trial plants and improved transpor-
tation facilities. They learn first
hand about the new opportunities
and attractions that Florida now
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homeseeker or investor.


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were written by 149 speoialists NEW ENLISTEES TO GET-
with a few maps and charts thrown- SPECIAL HOLIDAY FURLOUGHS
in for good measure. The book has Tallahassee, Oct. 24 The Unit-
752 pages and a note in the front ed States Navy Recruiting Station,
of it says it sells for $2.00. Do you Post Office Building, Tallahassee
want one? Don't buy it! Few peo- announces that all young men en-
pie ever buy a year book. Just listing in the Naval Service and
write to your Congressman. Each completing a minimum of three


lELIG.0'El'>:- OUR LAKE- '- -- G. -
HELICO ketheOR LAKE-Cityof member is allowed 400 copies for
LAND -- k ike the City free distribution .They are usually
Lakeirrd -. .,.iUhd over the. De-
pakelr. f De erns e this week. given out on a first come, first
parkne w. ryDeiens. thisweek. serve basis. Co, get your order in
LWinder Helicopter Company to right away. The rush has already
move their plant there, but they begun, and you may e too late if
needed an airfield. Drane Field Ryou don't hurry.
isn't busy, but the Defense Depart- SERVE ACT OF 1955 While
meisn't wouldn't release it. Last you are writing to your Congress-
ment wouldn't release it. Last man, you might as well ask for a
w-eek, at a special meeting set up copy of the "Fact Sheet" put out
here by Congressman Jim Haley, copy the army about he Reserve Act out
representatives of the city, the ofby the army abou the Reserve Athe
Military and the Civil Aeronautics questions which have been asked
people sat down and talked it over.
about the new Army reserve plpn.
Result: Lakeland will get the air- _____
field-and the helicopter factory. I
The delegation from Lakeland in- Many Eligible for Social
cluded: Scott Kelly, 23-year-old Security Payments Here
boy mayor, Dave Payne, city mana- I
ger, F. E. Wilson, city engineer, I 'Many person in the area of the


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PORT ST. JOE STUDENT
PLEDGES EMORY SOCIAL CLUB
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 28 Ann C.
Kenney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Basil E. Kenney, Jr., was among
over 170 women students at Emory
University pledging social clubs at
the close of recent rushing activi-
ties here.
Miss Kenney, a sophomore at Em-
ory, pledged Alpha Sigma Delta
social olub.
Throat Irritations can come from


Horace Jones, chairman of the In- Panama City social security dis- Yu. p o' .
dustrial Development Committee. trict office are eligible to draw l
BIG CHANCE The empty chair monthly social security checks but Asthma can be caused by your
left in Senator Holland's office have not filed a claim. John V. Ca- spine-See a Chiropractor, (adv)
when Ralph Davis returned to Tal- rey, manager of the Panama City
lahassee has now been filled. Hol- district of the Social Security Ad-
land made a double play. He re- ministration, stated that this is ITS
warded hard working Jimmie Gol- true because these people are not {
den, his executive secretary, by pro- familiar with two very important WALL ELECTRIC
notiig iim a .--.... ,- features of the 1954 Amendments ELECTRIC
tant; and ;6:. u.:. n .*li,.l 'i- io he Social Security Act. A AMY
lett to be -i-Kaive sean .-. o-: Th efrs t of these amendments C MPANY
den will conuna to hav-, (.are ,f prmi' a person to work full time
the Senaior's legislative work, since and -still receive his social security FOR EXPERT
he is an attorney in his own right, benefit starting with the month El
while Winslett will take over most that he reaches age 72. The pre- Electrical Repairs
of the administrative work done by vious age requirement was 75. rand
Davis. Winslett's move came as a There are quite a few persons who
surprise, since he has been admin- are still working and who inquired Contracting
istrative assistant to Congressman about social security years ago
Bob Sikes since 1942 and is con- when they reached 66. They were DIAL BA 7-4331
sidered to be the "Dean" of the told to recontact the social secur-
administrative staffs of the Florida ity office when they reached 75 if.
Delegation. they did not retire in the mean-
Before coming to Washington, time. Any of these workers who
Win'slett worked on the Jackson have reached 72 can, by filing a
County Floridan in Marianna. For claim now, immediately qualify for "
six years he taught printing and a monthly insurance benefit, that
journalism at the Florida Industrial will continue for fife.
School for Boys. Bob Sikes had 'The second important amendment
been in Congress for only a year deals with the survivors of work-
when he asked Winslett to come ers who died between 1940 and "., ,
to Washington and manage his of- 1950. Depending on their ages and
fice. dates of death, these workers need-
Golden first came to Washington ed up to seven years of work undqr
.in 1949 as administrative assistant soci aslecurity. Now, a worker who
to Congressman Syd Herlong. La- died between 1940 and 1950 is con-
ter, he worked for the Department I sidered 'fully insured it he had at
of Defense as an attorney, and in least 1I years of work under social
1953 returned to Capitol Hill' as security. Monthly payments can (be
Senator Holland's executive secre- made, starting with the month of "' *.. '.
tary, in charge of legislative mat- September 1954, to the survivors of .
ters. those workers who otherwise quali-
It looks like Senator Holland has fy for benefits. These include mi-
filled the gap ably-by putting two nor children, widows with minor .
extremely capable, 1 ong time children in their care, widows who
friends, in his two key positions, have reached age 65, and dependent
NEW YEAR BOOK Annually, parents.
the Agriculture Department issues -- --
a full size "year book" on some It pays to advertseL--try It!
subject -of interest to farmers.
This year's edition is just off the
press, and is entitled "Water." In VISIT
this case the book contains a great :
amount of information about the nALLMAR B
country's water situation that will
be of interest to industry and city For BABY NEEDS and
people as well as conservationists,
gardeners and sportsmen-and far- GIFTS FOR BABY
mers. It .contains 95 chapters which


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

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I FOR RENT: 3 vacant apartments.
$10.00 per week each. 228 8th
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1956 FORD! and apartments at Beacon Hill.
Nothing to buy! Nothing to think up! Reasonable monthly rates..Can be
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address. When you visit this Rexall E. Thompson, BAll 7-5074. Costin's
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blank. While you are here, ask about FOR RENT: Rooming house and
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tablet with their 11 vitamins and 12 es. See T. H. Stone. tfcl0-6
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do the same for your I' s. A. M. Jones. tfo!0-6
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Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
Buzzett's Drug Store Porc St. Joe, Fla.
'lill lllH lllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIllllllll llllllllllilllll SEE OUR Avon Christm as line.
.R SALE: Scratch pads, ditto For a demonstration in your
,paper, second sheets, sales books elome, Phone 7-3014, 'Mrs. L. Z.
;uest checks. THE STAR, Phone Henderson. ltp
ij for delivery.' FOR SALE: Upright piano. Good
------s-----" ot condition. $150. Mrs. Mazorol.,
Advertising doesn't cost. It PAYS' phone 7-5611. 2tp


FOR SALE: Good Mahan pecans.
50c lb., A. H. Matthews, Phone
7-2622. 2tp
WANTED: 500 new charge ac-
counts. Your credit is good at
Thames Jewelry and Watch Re-
pairs. 10-27-tfc
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Busi-
ness in Gulf County. No exper-
ience needed- to start. See A. E.
Addison, 262 Springfield St., Pan-
ama City or write Rawleigh's Dept.
101-0, Memphis, Tenn. 3tp-10-20)
SPECIAL SERVICES
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
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kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
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for your used furniture and ap
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BICYCLE PARTS
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800 p.m., Amerfian Legion Home
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Por:. St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
meetings 2nd and 4th Fri.
days each month, 8:00 p. m.
Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. W. L.
Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
secretary .
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
rethren invited. H. H. Shirley, N.
i., Alden Ferris, Secretary.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All-visit-
ng companions welcome. Jimmy
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.

LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE .
Meeting night ev- .
ery other Monday,
Meetings at Moose a
Hall, 310 Fourth St
Leave For Gainesville
Mrs. Henry Campbell left Wed-
nesday morning for Gainesville


BICYCLES and LAWN MOWERS where she will be the guest of her
repaired. Jake Gavin. 7th St., I
Highland View. tfcl0-13. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
LODGE NOTICES Mrs. Billy Gaillard and daughter
Ann, for several days.
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W. H. VVWeeks. On Sunday evenlingt
at 6:15 the group will hold a spe-
cial meeting to do preliminary
planning for their Christmas pro-
gram.

Gulf Gets $9,313.81 In
Gasoline Tax In Sept.
Gasoline sales in Florida during
the month of September totaled,
91,979 174 gallons and the tax col-
lected by this office during October
on: these September sales totaled
$6,411,288. (This is 8,534,70i2 gal-
lons and $596,603 less than the pre-
vious month. However, September
is always- a low month for gasoline
consumption in Florida, due pri-
marily to a lessening of travel b'e-


HIGHLAND VIEW NEWS

E. Johnson and family, Mr. and
Mrs. O. H. Taylor and family, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Fant and son, La-
mar, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miles and
daughter Carol Jean, Rev. Fred
McIntosh and daughters Martha and
Peggy, Mrs. Troy Douglas and
daughter Martha Ann, Mrs. Tera
Baibb and daughter Linda of Ken-
ny's Mill and Miss Martha Ray and
Leroy and Bill Jones, Mrs. Troy
Douglas, president of the "C. A." .-
sponsors the contest. During the
fish fry, Rev. Fred McIntosh of-
fered prayer and songs were sung. I RE OH R
On Thursday night Mrs. Kather-
ine Brown was hostess at a Hallo- MALiREEN O'HARA and GE(
we'en party, entertaining about 20 Universal-International's daring fil
guests of the primary and junior
ages. A variety of games and con- to join, them in worship each'Sun-
tests were the mainfeature of the day evening at 6:30. There are no
evening after which refreshments qualifications except to be between
were served and Hallowe en fa- the ages of 12 and 23. Miss Margie
vors were given to each guest. Rogers, president, Patty Redd, vice
Rev. Douglas Newsome was (pia- president, Martha Ray, secretary,
nist for revival services at com- Patty Redd, treasurer. Program
munity Methodist Church in Troy, chairmen are witness, Margie R
Ala., Oct. 24-28. While in Alabama I
he visited his parents, Mr. and ers faith Martha Rayizenshp, outreach,
Mrs. R. G. Newsome of Enterprise, Douglas Newsome; fellowship, Mrs.
Ala. .rTT -r d-. .--


Kiwanis Club Views
Movie On Football

The Kiwanis Clu'b met Wednes-
day for their regular luncheon
meeting at Motel St. Joe. Attending
were two members of the Port St.
Joe High School Key Club. High-
light of the meeting was a football
film.
Earl Atchison. president, presid-
ed over the business meeting. Plans
were made for constructing the
backstop for the baseball field at
the Elementary school. Mr. Atchi-
son announced that 25 pair of glas-
ses had been purchased for stu-
dents at the Elementary school and
out of this number, nine pair for
high school students.

Rev. Smith Conducts
Mission Study Progr6m
Rev. Byron Smith, pastor of the
First Baptist Church, conducted
the mission study of the Woman'.s
Missionary Society of the church,
Monday afternoon.


cause of school openings here and Rev. Smith taught the mission
in other states, September -being book, "World Within A World".
between tourist seasons.) A luncheon was enjoyed at noon
Overall, gasoline sales continue with 27 members attending. After
to follow the pattern of the first the luncheon, the group reconvened
Three months of this fiscal year of and finished the book.
a steady increase-the sales for The study was dismissed with
this Septemnber increasing almost a prayer at 2 p.m.
15 percent over the sales for Sep-
tember of the previous year, 1954. WMS TO MEET FOR
Tax collected during October on ROYAL SERVICE PROGRAM
September sales amounted to $826,- The Woman's' Missionary Society
435 more than the $5,584,842, col- of the First Baptist Church will
elected during October, 1954. meet Monday afternoon at 2:45
The increase in tax collected the at the Church for the Royal Ser-
first four months of this fiscal year vice program and business meet-
over the same iour-months of last in.g. All members are urged to at-
year totals $3,281,640, a 13.8 per tend this-important meeting. -,
cent increase. (19'54 $23,850,942; -V
1955: $27,132,5,82.) Leave For Southwest
Dade County, with 17,117,342 gal- 1 Mrs. Frances .Shellhorse left tor
lons and a tax of $1,198,213, con- a two month's visit out in the
tinues to lead the counties in gaso- Southwest. While away, Mr. and
line consumption and tax collec- Mrs. A. L. Paul and- children of San
tions. Diego, Calif., will occupy her home.
The tax collected in October on Mr. and Mrs. Paul plan to make
September sales in Gulf County their home in St. Joe.
amounted to $9,279.13 of which I
$9,313.81 was returned to theft For a "Crick" in your neck-See
County. J aChiropractor. (adv)
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years ago this disease claimed one
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this is not true thanks to the o
combative effectiveness of sulfa Q
drugs and antibiotics.
0
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doctor promptly so he may prescribe o
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and antibiotics are eten more effective o
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Rexall Pharmacist where they -. o
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Buzzetfs Drug Store
Phone 7-3161
Visit In Altha
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts vis-
ited with relatives in Altha, Sunday
afternoon.


Football Game
(Continued from page x)
and up to that game were unscored
on. The S'-arks will be out to add
another win to their 4-2 record. The
Sharks will be greatly hampered
due to the loss of their speedy
halfback, Travis Jones, who suf-
fered a broken collar bone in the
Bay High game. Buddy Hudson who
has been alternating with Jones
on the halfback post is expected
to carry the full load the remain-
der of the season.
THE YARDSTICK


St. Joe Bay 'HI
Yds. gained' rush. 264 96
Yds. gained pass. 53 36
Total yds. gained 317 132
First Downs 13 7
Passes completed 7 3
Passes incomplete 5 6


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Infant Daughter of C. G.
Lintons Dies, at Birth
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.. Cecil G. Linton of this city
died at birth early Thursday mor-
ning at the Municipal Hospital.
Funeral services for the baby
were held at the Valley Church at
De Funiak Springs Thursday after-
noon.
Survivors include the parents,
one brother, Wendell; maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Zuber of De Funiak Springs and
the paternal grandfather, G. H.
Linton of De Funiak Springs.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was In charge of local ar-
rangements.
chairs in a room are occupied, the
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Yds. penalized 1 is suggested
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and the day of th
National Education Week will be no conflict
(CoLuinued from page 1) hour and so the pa
the school offers his child, to observe the pa
To avoid as much confusion as the activity he wi
possible, the Elementary School fa- Each class is str
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placed inside each room. Parents ance during Nat(
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room without disturbing class pro- and see what you
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Methodist Youth Revival !at 11:00 amn. and :3t p.m. Week St. Joe and surrounding communi- Gree~poltt died 'Sunday night at
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egin He '..e a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Rev. George to attend these services. All of he Survivors Include the oioth.r,
A Youth Revival will begin on Gilbert will be the evangelist. He adults are also invited. Mrs. S. R. Lovette; one sister, Sil-
this coming Sunday, November 6, is one of the outstanding young via Ann Johnson; grandparents,
at the First Methodist Church of ministers of the Alabama Metho- Ronald Ray Nichols, 21 Mr and Mrs. E. L. Scott, all
Port St. Joe. The services will run dist Conference. It Taken By Death Here East Point.
through Friday, November 11. On : Booth Poole will direct the music. ----- -
Sunday the services will be held' All of the young people- of Port I Ronald Ray Nichols, age 21 of It paus to e T -nse--try It!
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10 lb


ALL BRANDS
Soft Drinks 6 for

SNUFF can

REGISTER'S GREEN HILL
SAUSAGE lb.

Aunt Jemima -
GRITS 2 for

Large Box Tide, Cheer, 'Rinse
Washing Powder

No. 21/2 Can Yamy Sweet
POTATOES

Ga. No. 1 SWEET
POTATOES II

FRESH
MULLET lb.


BALLADS-
FLOUR


WESTERN BRANDED
WHITE MEAT, Lb._
PICNIC HAMS, lb. mJ
SELECTED
BEEF LVER, lb...- L
SMOKED -
SLAB BACON, lb. _

OLEOMARGARINE


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7.60-15 23.95


6.70-15 24.45
7.10-15 26.75'
7.60-15 29.35
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