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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 10, 1955
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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PORT STr. .,
A Progressive
Community With a
. Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper,


STAR


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


THE -. STAR
Published in Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County
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VOLUME XIX


Single COVy 8c


PORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA


THU'RDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1955


$3.00 Per Year


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WES-LEY R. RAMSEY


Chofur? What's a .chofur?
That's what we asked a fellow
up in Blountstown Friday night.
We were up there' running up
and down the side-lines at the
football game trying to get a pic- I
ture or two and this Blountstown
fan kept, heckling us about Port
St. Joe people being "Chofur" I
eaters everytime we would get
nearby.
We listened and tried and tried
to identify that food (apparent-
ly) he was associating us and
our neighbors with. Never had
seen any (that we knew of).
So finally we puThed down
that small still voice that kept
saying "you're a sucker if you
ask what it is". We always were
a sucker that way.. We always
bite on a riddle or a joke be-
cause we honestly want to know
the answer, even at the expense
of being the "sucker" that "bit". T
Finally we took all we could a
and sidled up t6 this fellow and
said, "Mister, just what is a "'char
fur?"
"Boy", he says, "you haven t
lived in St. Joe very long 'cause
that's all those crackers eat dow n
there at least when I was.
down there 35 years ago."
"Yeah, but what is it," we ask-
ed.
He eyed us with his good eye
and shifted his chaw and iveC
us a disdainful look and spat out
exasperatedly, "A chofur is tt- c
lowest fish that swimns and all
St. Joe crackers live on chofurs."
Well, there we had the an-
swer and we knew what to
answer back too.
We stiffened up our back.
pushed out our chest and sa-
luted thice and said. 'Friend,
that just gt.,fs t.-shi vi,' lihow
much. better off we' ar than
you." We let him have it with
both barrels. "Folks down in
St. Joe now eat so high on the
hog and the cow that the have
forgotten just what a "chofur"
is." We promised to run this and
see if there was anybody in Port
St. Joe that remembers a "clho-
fur".

If you want to call us Satii-
day, call aFter dinner because we
are going duck hunting Satur- W
day morning. .

Plans are progressing nicely!
and rapidly now for the dedica-
tion of the new museum at th,-
Centennial Park next month.
Plans are to have the dedkica-
tion one day between, Decem-,
ber 11 and Dec. 17.
The governor will be the prin-
cipal speaker with other addres- c
ses planned from Bob Sikes, Sen- s,
ators Holland and Smathers and c
t other dignitaries. s
As of present plans, a free mul-
let dinner will be served to any
and everyone attending the af-
fair.


Proceedings of


Counfy Board


Equipment Purchased
The County purchased two trac-,
tors at their regular meeting Tues- 1
day 'both from the Seabrook
Machinery Company. One tractor
was purchased at a price of $13,-
657.85 and the other at a cost of
$12,773.85. Also purchased was a
truck purchased for the price of
$2;944.40 from the Hutchins-Thurs-'
bay Chevrolet Company of Port St.
Joe who wete the low bidders.
Hart Makes Motion
Commissioner Parker Hart made
a motion, 'which carried unani-
mously, to attach a referendum to
the ballot in the coming primary
next spring. The referendum will
let the public decide whether or
not they wish to continue the mos-
quito control program in the coun-
ty. The program was started a'bovt
four years ago 'by the city of Port
St. Joe and was taken up by the
county with state matching funds
a year later.


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Each figure in this diorama represents a particular man .present will be included iftf 'he'new Constitution Park ,Museum opening in Port
or the signing of Florida's first constitution in old St. Joseph in 1838. St. Joe in mid-December through cooperation with the State Board of
rhe diorama has been prepared by John Maxfield, assistant preparator Parks and Historic Memorials. -
t Florida ,State Museum, a division of the University of Florida. It ."* (Photo Courtesy Florida TimeswUnion)


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First ,Constitution



Meet Is Recreated


GAINESVILLE, Nov. 5-Six months intensive work has
created an impQrtant portion of Florida history occurring more
than a century ago.
Displays interpreting the signing of Florida's first Constitu-
fion and three major tragedies striking St. Joseph in the mid-
1800s have been prepared by Florida State Museum.
The .exhibit, designed by A. Gil-
16ert Wright, curator of exhibits, for aging and applied realistic tints.
is part of-6 a new: one ,soon to be Other panels relate facts impor-
housed in' a museum opening at tant to the history of' St. Joseph,
Constitution Park at Port St. Joe. illustrate turning points and'pres-
.The project of .':l* rilseum, a di- nt newsqarq of the era.
vision of tbh university, of Florida, -. ';, ..' 4 .
S"'; ,Sched'uled ,'o, Open at' Port St.
lias been .-done in cooperation with p e b, .
Joe in midiDecember, the -exhibit
the Florida Board of Parks and be on te rar d ay the
Historic Memorials will be on temporary display at the
Historic Memorials.: .,
museum at Gainesville until Nov.
'Port St. Joe is located in the 11. It is the second of two designed
area of old St. Joseph. A thriving in cooperation with the State Parks
:community in Florila in the 1800s, Board, the first being the Olustee
it was the scene of the signing of Battlefield Monument Mu.eum.
,the f i r ,st Florida Constitution. ___
Three major tragedies almost ob-
literated the town-yellow fever, LOCal Boy Catches
a hurricane and finally a fire.
Through the use of 22 exhibits, Tagged BUutterfly


a diorama and well' over 100 ob-
jects from the museum's collection
of historical material, Wright and
his crew of assistants have prepar-
ed a comprehensive study.


S f Signing Is Depicted
S" In' the diorama seven miniature
-. wax figures each represent a par-
-.. ticular man present for the signing
-, 'of the Constitution in 183.9. Fea-
OLLECTION OF STATE EXHIBITS R. P. Bullen, curator of social tures and statues were modeled
sciences at Florida State Museum displays.objects from the museum's from available photographs.
collection. Over 100 of these articles will be included in the new mu- A panel on banking displays cur-
eum at Port St. Joe opening in mid-December. Exhibits were prepared rency in circulation during the par-
n cooperation with the State Parks Board. (UF Photo) ticular -period. Artists, working
with photostats, treated the copies


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large et Catch s Reported By Mrs. EhelWestbrook, Mrs. G.T.
Large eCatch Is 1eipor ByBoswell and Mrs. W. M. Howell at- q

d View F h M d tended the 60th Wedding Anniver- t
iew iS Ormeon On aysary of Mrs. Westbrook's and Mrs.b
Howers brother and Mrs. Boswell's E
Gulf Fisheries at Highland View this week. son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
reported Tuesday of this week that According to A. B. Pratt, fisher- Davisof Panama City. it
approximately 100,000 pounds of men working for the company have
bullet were caught by boats, work- been watching the fish form up in .
ig for the company on Monday of the lakes and. 'irea..m that feed -
into St. Joseph's Bay for the past i'
$250 Jcickpot Given By several days. Pratt says that every
Drive-in Theatre Tuesday year at this time the :fish form
into a huge group and go to the
Hildreth Dunlap and Richard deep salt water to spawn. He says
Dawson, both of this city, were 'a few of the fish remain in salt
the first winners of the "Holly- water, but that the remainder of
wood" jackpot 'at the St. Joe them return -to the fresh water to
Drive-In Theatre Tuesday night., await the next spawning season-
The game is played at the 'spending about three days in the
Drive-in movie each Tuesday and -salt water. Pratt said that the
the jackpot had built up to $250.00 fishermen caught only a small por-
Dunlap and Dawson shared the tion of those that swam down the,
jackpot, which gave each $125.00. canal out into tfihe bay. "
S ___ __ The catch started Monday morn-
ing at 8:00 a.m. and continued up
Returns Home
Returns Hoe until 11:30 p.m. with Carl Raffield,
Mrs. T. w. '.i of Cicarwater Bob| Raffield, Jimmy Kilbourn, Hen-
as rc'urned o he'icr .l.e. after ry Butts, L. Woods and M. C. Woods
pending lie week here with Mr. and their crews working the catch.
nd Mrs. C. A. McClellan and Mrs. The catch was made just at the
T. McNeill, Sr. mouth of the Intra-Coastal Canal


Bob Bracewell, son of Mr. and
[rs. Joe Bracewell was catching
utterflies the other day.
Although this in itself is not news
ne of the butterflies that Bob
aught is enough to make news.
. The butterfly was tagged with a
ag from the Royal Ontario Mu-
Seum of Zoology and Palaeontology.
Tihe butterfly was a "Monarch". It
seems that this particular museum
s studying the habits of the Mon-
arch and tagged it for tracing pur-
opses.
Upon Bob's discovery of the tag,
ie immediately sent it to the mu-
eum, listing the place where
he caught it and. other information.
This week Bdb received a letter
rom the Museum saying that the
butterfly had been tagged in Mc-
Ke'esport, Pa., and had traveled for
more than a thousand' miles before
t was picked up by Bob.


Local Players Named
To "Big Bend" Roster

Quarterback Walter Wilder, Full-
back Wayne Taylor, Guard Charlie
Smith and Guard Billy Johnson of
Port St. Joe were chosen' this
week on the checklist by Walter
IRevell, Sports Writer for Big Bend
Football for their performances in
Friday night's game in Blounts-
town.
Bert Munn, Gene Raffield, Oliver
Harper and Jimmy Marlow stood
out in spots, but everybody played
pretty steady holding a powerful
and highly rated Blountstown team.
Wayne Tdylor got off some nice
punts and kickoff-s and in Friday's
game, nearly had a field goal on
the kickoff-even though it could
not have counted. Walter Wilder
got another TD to his credit when
he went over from the two yard
line.
Preparation for this week's bat-
tle- with Bonifay on Friday night
in Bonifay for the Varsity and the
Sharks' second string with Carra-
belle Varsity, Thursday night has
kept coach Marion Craig and as-
sistant coach Lamar Faison plenty
busy.
With Travis Jones out. because
of a broken collarbone, Ross Hud- f
son has been picked to take. over;
[Hudton, 145 pound s.ophi norre,
is fast and il rd to handle 00o, le h
breaks 1cos.- ,
A newcomer to coach Faison's l
string will be Blair Shuf,'rd. a 149
.pound junior who will in all prob- 1
ability fill in as quarterback along
with Edward Smith. t
Port St.. Joe's real concern will
Tbe next week when they meet a
powerful Quiincy eleven here on *
their own field at 8:00 p.m. Quin-
cy's Henry Dover and Bob Hines
will be the: main threats for the
'Sharks.

Two Injured In Auto n
Truck Crash Yesterday

Edward Bells nad Frank Bruce,
both of Port St. Jod suffered cuts,
bruises, and abrasions yesterday
morning about 11:00 a.m. in a
truck-auto accident just East of.
White City near the St. Joe Fire
Tower.


According to investigating offi-
cers, Eell.s was traveling toward
Port St. Joe when Bruce, driving a
pulpwood truck pulled on the road
in front of the Eells vehicle.
Both were treated at the Muni-
cipal Hospital.


Visits In Mobile
Mrs. Albert Ward spent


the


The iSt. Joe Sharks 'hammered
out a 7-6 victory over a 'big and-
powerful Blountstown team last
Friday night in Blountstpwn. The
Tigers, who have only been scored
on by one other team this season,
.proved to'be a tough customer for
the. free scoring Sharks.
Bloutntshl.owi tookk the opening
kick-off on their' 30-yard line'and
didn't give up the'ball until they
scored on a short pass: over center.
Their extra point attempt failed
and that proved to be the decisive
factor in the Sharks victory.
The Sharks, plagued with fum-
bles, lost the kilok-off to the Tigers
'on a short kick, that bounced off a
ISt. Joe lineman. The Sharks de-
fense tightened up at this point and
caused the Tigers to punt. The
Sharks took over -on their 47 where
St. Joe's running combo of Taylor,
Wilder and Munn joined forces to
carry the ball to the Tiger one foot
line where quarterback Walter Wil-
der sneaked over for the score. Full-
back Wayne Taylor applied the ma-
gic toe for the extra point and the
game was over as far as scoring
goes.
The. next three quarters saw 'both
teams put on a terrific defensive
and offensive show. The Sharks
were on their way several times (but
fumbles killed their hopes each
time. The Sharks were inside the
Tiger five-yard, line twice 'but lost
t.he ball both tcnies ou ft'ubles The
Tigertis got' t. 'the-Sharks ten-yard
line once. but. were held for downs
and never got past the 40 after that
point.
The .Sharks defense played' a
terrific --game during the second
half, holding the Tigers to but 46
yards gained during that period.'
Charlie Smith and Billy Johnson
were the most consistent perform-
ers in the defensive unit.
'Shark fullback, Wayne Taylor
was the offensive spark for the
Sharks, supplying the game win-
ning extra point and stomping out
92 yards against the stubborn Ti-
ger defense. Halfback Bert Munn
rap .second in yardage gained with
49 yards. Walter Wilder supplied
the six pointed plus 39 yards gained
and, completed three of five pass
attempts for 25 yards. Edward
Smith did some good running from
the halfback position.
The Sharks travel to Bonifay to-
morrow night to meet an improving
Blue Devil team.


First Do
Yds. ru
Yds. pas
Total
Pass att


THE YARDSTICK
B'town
>wns 10
-shing 145
ssing 44
189


tempt


week end in Mobile as the gueet of Pass complete
Mr. and Mrs. Massey Ward and Fumbles lost
daughter, Ann. iYds. penalized


St. Joe
13
186
25
211


10 5
5 3
1 4
40 35


Both the Cities of Port St. Joe where it empties into St. Joseph's
and Wewahitchka have committed Ronnie Chism and Miss Faye Bay. P7= y .1
themselves to participate in the Fleishel students at FSU, spent the Workmen of Gulf Fisheries were ..------
county sponsored activity 'by con- week end with their parents, Mr. ,still at it Tuesday afternoon late, :
tributing a portion of the funds to and Mrs. Rush Chism and Mr. and getting the fish packed and to the SOMEWHERE UNDER THAT HEAP is Walter Wilder who sneaked Friday night in Blountstown. Fullback Wayne Taylor converted suc-
be matched with state money. 'Mrs. Percy Fleishel. I market. over the goal line to score for Port lSt. Joe in the first quarter last cessfully for the extra point to win the game.


NUMBER 15


Sharks Upset


B'town; Travel


To Bonifay Fri.



Shark "B" Squad Will Meet Carrabelle
Varsity Here Tonight


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Ses fs. Kramer Hostess
S'.iig To Altar Society

St. &;,n~' Woman's Auxiliary The St. Joseph's Altar Society
met Monday afternoon at the Par- held their regular monthly meet-
ish House with Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, ing, Thursday night at the home
,president, presiding, of Mrs. John Kramer.
Those present were Mrs. Charles Mrs. William F. Wager, presi-
Wall, Mrs. Ralph Rich, Mrs. Albert dent, opened the meeting with a
Ward, Mrs. Vic Anderson, Mrs. J. prayer.
L. Fuller, Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mrs. After a short 'business meeting,
Tom Miller, Mrs. Tom Owelns, Mrs. Father Robert O'iSullivan, pastor,
Robert Bellows, Sr., Mrs. Basil spoke to the group. He gave a brief
Kenney, Jr., and Mrs. N: Comforter. review of the NCCW meeting, which
Mrs. Miller had charge of the was held in Mobile;, Ala., Octdber
devotional and a prayer was given 10, 11 and 12. Father O'Sullivan
before the business meeting. also gave the club a brief outline
Mrs. Paul Fensom was appointed on the plans for the new Catholic
chairman of the Harvest. Dinner Church which is to be built in Port
S. .- .... .. St. Joe.


wnich will be Thursuay, Decembuer
1 from 6 o'clock until 8:00 in the
evening at the Parish House. Tick-
ets will be $1.50 and 75c. Mrs. Tom
Owens will be the ticket chairman
and those desiring tickets can call
'her as tickets will be limited to
150 plates. Mrs. Miller, and Mrs.
Wall will have charge% pf a gift
(booth and will display for sale, cop-
,per jewelry and fancy work.
The following officers were elect-
ed: Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., presi-
dent; Mrs. Albert Ward, vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Tom Owens, secretary
and Mrs. N. Comforter, treasurer.
The meeting closed with prayer.

Attend Football Game
Dr. and Mrs. Robert King, Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Anderson, Mr. and.
Mrs. Frank Hannon and Dr. and
Mrs. Wayne Hendrix spent the
week end in Jacksonville and at-
tended the Georgia-Florida football
game.
This on your printing is a sign of quality.
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It was also decided upon at this
meeting to have a bake .sale on
November 19.
The following members were
present for this meeting: Mesdames
Earl Atchison, Bill Whaley, George
Anchors, Joe Paffe, Byron Eells,
Jr., and two new 'members, Mrs
Ferrell Allen, Jr., and Mrs. A. A
Poirier.

JOHN JOHNS SUFFERS
MASHED HAND IN JAPAN
Friends of A-2C John A. ohns,
who is stationed in Japan will re-
gret to hear that he ip in the hos-
pital there with a crushed hand.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Johns ask all his friends to write
him.
A-2C John A. Johns
ALF 14506649
611th Comm. Sqdn.
APO 47
San Francisco, Calif.

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CHAPTER 2 of SERIAL
"RIDING WITH


AUA r BUFFALO BILL"


SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY

FUNNY...HILARIOUS...UPROARIOUS....and WONDERFUL






H NR A JAMES WILLIAM JACK BETSY
FONDA CAGNEY POWELL- LEMMON PALMER


WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY


Mr. and Mrs. James Paul David-
son of Highland View announce the
birth of a son, James Keith on Oc-
tober 28 in the Municipal Hospi-
tal. Mrs. Davidson will [be remem-
ibered as Katherine Cortney. The
baby weighed 8 lbs., 13% ozs.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reddin Raf-
field of Highland, View announce
the birth of a daughter, Anita Kay
on November 3 in the Municipal
Hospital. Mrs. Raffield is the for-
mer Myrtle Mae Cooper. The babyy
weighed 8 lbs., 6 ozs.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fay Ad-
ams of Highland View announce


Social Acvitivities


ama City.
Mr. and Mrs. J.''A. Chestnut at-
tended the funeral of their neice of
IChipley, Mrs. Vondile Chestnut.
Mr. and. Mrs. Connie Pettis vis-
ited friends and relatives in Boni-


the birth of a daughter, Miriam fay.
Ann on November 6 in the Munici- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bray spent
pal Hospital. Mrs. Adams is the Sunday with Elzie Williams of
former Katherine Starling. The Chattahoochee.
bby weighed 8 ls., o12 oz I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brachier of
SIPanama City are spending a few
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Don Sports days with her mother, Mrs. Connie
announce the birth of a daughter, iPettis.


'Sandra Ann on November 8 in the
Municipal Hospital. The baby
weighed 9 lbs., 8 ozs. Mr. Sports
is the new manager of the Port
Theatre here in Port St. Joe.


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MARTHA RAY


F. M. Daniels spent the week end
visiting his .parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Daniels of Kinard.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Douglas and
daughter, Mary Ann spent a few
days visiting in Thomasville, Geor-
gia and also Apalachicola attend-
ing the Harbor Day festivities.
'Mrs. Fannie McMillan visited
friend's and relatives in Bogalousa,
and Provencal, La.
'Mrs. Fannie McMillan Visited
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simmons of
Pensacola during the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. AIvin Thomas of
Donaldsonville, Ga., and S-fSgt. and
Mrs. Hugh Watts of Savannah,
Ga., spent the day with their bro-
ther and uncle and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Watts. .
Mr. and Mrs, Lee Quattlelbaum
and children spent the week end
with friends and'relatives in Chip-
ley.
Mrs. Clinton Cox and boys spent
Sunday visiting his brother, Leo
Cox of Sopchoppy.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Zorn of Al-
bany, Ga., visited her mother, Mrs.
W. P. Coleman and :daughter, MViss
Betty Zorn.
Mrs. Wood row Aultman 9f
Blountstown visited with Mrs. Cora
Lee Foster.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aiken and
Miss Evelyn Joyce Aiken of Louis-
ville, Ky., were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks.
Birthday, Party
A birthday party was given in
honor of Miss Evelyn Rhames, cel-
ebrating her 17th 'birthday, Friday,
Nov. 4 at 8:00 p.m. at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Edna 'Strange.
Hostesses or-'the evening were
her mother, Mrs. Lee Daniels and
her sister, Mrs. Edna iStrange.
Games were played 'and prizes were
given to Mrs. Nathan Mims. After
the games, refreshments of cake
and hot chocolate were served to
the following guests Misses Nadine
Rhames, iSonjia Raffield, Mavis
Butts, Bonnie Evans, Jean Flow-
ers,; Carolyn Hanlon, Margie Ro-
gers, Helen Norris, Cecelia Strange
Nathan Mime, Carl Rhames, Ed-
ward' Tullis, David Mims, Curtis
Rhames, Earnest Rlhames, Rufus
Rhames, Leroy, Bill and Troy
Jones, Quinnene Cushing' and Mrs.
Mildred Braswell and Edna Strange.
Sending gifts but. unable to attend
was Jamse Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Foster visited
with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster Sun-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chestnut and
son, Stevie of Panama City spent
the week end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Chestnut and family.
'Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Gotlin of
Tallahassee were the dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. CarI'bs Miles, Sun-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orrell and
sons, Lamar, Timothy and George
Kelly spent Sunday visiting in Pan-


COMFORTER

Funeral Home

601 Long Avenita


Rev. Fred McIntosh is going to
hold a youth revival at the Assem-
bly of God Church at Live Oak,
starting November, 13 through 18.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martin and
children of Vernon, visited their
uncle and famLiil. Mr and Mrs. L.
H. Kelley.
To Hold Conference
The second quarl erly conference
for Highland View Methodist
Church will be held Sunday, No-
vemlber 13, at 11:00. at the church.
Dr. A. E. Middklbrooks, district
(superintendent of the Marianna
District of the l9ethodist Church,
will deliver the morning message.
Dinner will Tbe served at the church.
Immediately folldoiing the noon
hour the business session will be
held. All delegates:.are urged to at-
tend and visitors jre invited.
'Miss Martha kaye and Rev.
Douglas Newsome attended the
Gulf Coast Methodist Youth Fel-
lowship iSub-district Council meet-
ing at the First Methodist Church,
Panama City Sunday afternoon.


TUESDAY


Highland View WMU
Meets at Church Monday

The WMU of' he Highland View
Baptist Church met at the church
Monday at 3:00 t p.m. for their
monthly businesa~,eting with 13
members present. The president,
Mrs. Alice Macomber gave the de-
votional taken from Proverbs 22:-
1-10. Prayer was'- y Mrs. Archie
Floyd. Reports were given by all
chairmen. Community missions for
,the month of November will be
visitation on-behalf of the church.
Mrs. Leo Kennedy dismissed the
meeting with prayer.


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F ri ep (Increases have been running about 116 percent higher this year, month!
ETTERSTOorida Industrial Commission Deputy for month.)dueonpurchase made in other
LETTERS TO Total sales tax' ollectionsfor states.
THE EDITOR Will Be Here To Help Local Employees the first four month- of this fiscal October Sales Tax olletions in
year total $24,055,381, which is $3,- Gulf County totaled $11,178.03. an
666,102 more than collections for increase of $1,588.96 over the
Florida Industrial Commission ployment Compensation Act the the first four monthly' of last year, same month last year.
Port St. Joe, Florida Field Deputy Morris Singletary Federal Government, which does an increase of 17.4 per cent. (For
November 3, 1955 will visit Port St. Joe, to serve am- -not provide experience rating, the first four months of last year, I
I ,. .itor: players who wish assistance in fill- would receive ethe full three ,per collections totaled $20,489,279.) !
.a :.y appro- ing out status report forms they re- cent. October .colledtins' ('September
...... e letter of Lowell ceived, as required under Unemploy- sales) are slightly-below collections .. .....
F. Adams written for today's issue ment Compensation laws. I T I during .September- (August sales).
of the Star, (last week) relative to Mr. Singletary will set up tempo- Sales Tax Increae September colecons: $6064,637 .
th '.'- t 'I'T Carnival, and hav- rary headquarter sin the City Hall October collections: $5,949,046; De- ".
ing s-:,.,ed in PTA locally for a and will ibe there from 9:00 a.m. Recorded In creas $115,591. A decrease in '
number of years and as a member to 12:30 noon, November 18, 1955. Gulf sales during Septdmber is normal .
cf the Board of Managers of the Most employers who have four or in the 'State. It should be noted, '
Florida Congress of Parents and employees will become liable Sales tax collections during the however, that the 'decrease this
Teachers for the past seven years, January 1, 1956, for Unemployment month of October (on September year is considerably lower than de-
I feel that I must add to his corn- Compensation contributions total- sales) totaled $5,949,046, an increase ceases in ISeptember sales in pre- : '
ment. ing three per cent of their payrolls., of $1,012,281 over the collections of vious years. (Last. year's decrease
I have reason to ,believe that the Only employers with eight or more $4,936,755 of October of last year, amounted to $288,244.) This can be
Port St. Joe PTA is the oldest in workers are presently covered. The 1954. This is an increase of 20.5 attributed to the changes in the
the state. Certainly it is one of he extended coverage resulted from percent and represents the highest Sales Tax Law nmad.l 'by the 195555
oldest and fo many years has been Federal changes which also are ef- percentage and highest dollar in- Legislature and to new out-of-state
considered on the .state level as one fective under Florida law. crease of monthly collections this enforcement provisions put into .
of the finest. Knowing this to be yersfiscal year over last fiscal year. effect by this office to collect tax
true, it is most discouraging to see l. ..n.. o


covered under the U. C. laws are
this organization which has served covered under e u. aws are
so well the school and the commun- required to complete and submit
ity pushing aside, for the sake of status reports even if they have
money, the policies which every fewer than four workers, r. Single-
leader has ,promised to uphold. If tary pointed out. Forms have been
only we could remember 'that the mailed to employers and Mr. Single-
pr imary purpose of PPTA is NOT tary has them for those not receiv-
making money, but the welfare of ing the form in the mail. Mr. Sin-
children and youth, physically, men- gletary said that employees should
tally ,socially and SPIRITUALLY. bring s tir 1955 payroll records
And that promoting and encourag- with them, as they are necessary
ing participation in anything even in filling out the forms.
remotely suggestive of gambling is Some types of employment are
NOT conducive to spirituality! PTA exempt from the coverage, such as
leaders ,state and national, speak agricultural workers, domestic or
of raffling, bingo and cake-walk in household servants, and insurance.
the same breath as being definitely agents or solicitors and real estate
contrary to policy, and as members salesmen or agents whose pay is
'of this great organization we are solely by commissions.
expected to be governed according- The three per cent charge is
to its policies and to uphold its made up of ;2.7 per cent payable to
ideals, regardless of what our per- the state,-and three tenths of one
sonal feelings may be in regard to per cent (0.3) to the Federal Gov-
these things. ernment. State payment is at the
The Parent-Teacher Association end of each quarter, Federal once
is nof-sectarian but. basically reli- a year. Florida provides 'an exper-
gious, subscribing only to that ience rating plan by which employ-
which is fine and good. May we ever ers can .get reduced rates after six
keep -this in 'mind as we plan our quarters of contributions. The re-
activities in the future! duction, which is based bn their em-
Written with the utmost sincere- playing experience, could take their
ity, rates down to ,as low as 0.0 per
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ON TI' 1 IVA 'R I.,N'. -.N.d Schuibers, whose screen play for the movie "On the Waterfront"
received an Oscar in Hollywood earlier this year, visits the waterfront at Sunshine Springs and
Gardens in Sarasota to autograph copies of his new book. The novel is titled "Waterfront," and the
lovely Aqurbel es who are getting his name on copies are, left to right, Pat MacDonald, Frances
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Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Con
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Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeep
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EMPTY HONOR
There was a time when a town
set up when the post office moved
Second Class to First Class. But not
What used to be and still should be
stone of progress has become a mn
penalty around the neck of the comm
When a Second Class post offi
the eminence of selling $40,000 worth
a year, and is elevated to First Class
very businesses that contributed to th
are penalized. Merchants receiving
this top-rank post office and man
shipping their goods through it find ]
services cut 40 to 60 percent, since t
tion brings them under the punitive
of that "public-be-damned law", P. L.
when the citizenry of the town sta
their Christmas packages they too w
that a First Class post office imposes
pense, provides less convenience. .
have to take their packages home a
make them smaller, or lighter, or b
the postmaster and his aides will be
padded cells after a few days of trying
the compilicated. new rules to their 1
- fellow townsmen.
Beneficiary of -all this nation-wi

Attend Convention the
Delegates from the Port St. Joe Pens
High 'School 'Student Council to tha


business and the general public is the railroad- -
sion, discrimination, hardship and expense to MINUTES OF THE
owned Railway Express Agency which will CITY COMMISSION
nue, Port SL do far better when and if parcel post ser-
mpany vice is killed entirely. -
'ublisher The recourse of the private citizen who ob- MInUT es ofthe...........ular tg
Minutes of the. Regutar y .ofP"t
Columnist, jects to this ridiculous situation is just what it City CJommission of the City of Por
-er always was appeal to his duly elected Con- Building on the 1st day of November
A. D., 1955 at 8:00 p.m.
e937, a179. gressman and Senators in Washington. And The Regular Meeting of the City Commis.
ch 187. pressman an enaorssion of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida
ADVANCE apparently such appeals have been made since washed at this time with Commissionersy
I ADVANCE lamsey, Tharpe, Smith, and Mayor Sharit
HS $1.50 bills for relief of specific communities were present. Attorney Costin and Clerk Hender-
son were also present. All City Department
introduced in the first session of the 84th Con- heads were also present.
Mrs. Dottie Thomas, registered nurse
gress and are now pending, anaesthetist from Panama City, Florida met
with the City Council. Mayor Sharit stated
ns in adver- Since the whole nation is dependent on the that Mr. Green, the Municipal Hospital Ad-
s liable for i. nistrator wished to employ Mrs. Thomas
Ivertisemeut economical, dependable service it has come to at the Hospital as Superintendent of nurses:
and anaesthetist combined. Mrs. Thomas
associate with parcel post, the next session will stated that she was anxious for the position
printed wdrd and would accept the responsibility of the
ely assert, 11no doubt see a flood of such special relief billS. position at a beginning salary 6f 6650.00
poken word utper month with the provisions of 450:00 per
oeBut,in the interests of conserving, the time and month raise at the expiration of a six. moith:
e period, if her services proved satisfactory
energy of what will be a very busy Congress, a to the City Council. Mrs. Thomas further
stated that if she was accepted for the po-
general, flat repeal of P.L. 199 seems more sition that she would be willing for the first
*racti.al year of employment to limit her vacatioii'
r atica.time to two weeks rather than one month
was rather And don't think this doesn't concern you with further provisions that she be allowed
to attend the State and NatiOnal Medical
d up from here in Port St. Joe, because with its present Cohventibts and that the time attendiiag'
m ri. the Conventions not be counted against her
any more. rate of growth, the local post office will be first regular vacation ipne. Mrs. Thomas also
stated that she would not at any, time, leave
e a mile- class and then, brother, we have had it. dut' without making arrange ntitto leave:
S oa responsible persarn in her place in case
.llstone of of emergencies. Coprmissioner Smith stated;
that he" was opposed to employment of a
unity. AMBASSADOR OF THE ICE Superintendent of -nurses and anaesthetist,"
however, with no reflection whatever toward
ce reaches: Before we gloat too much over the appoint- Mrs. Thomas. Mayor Sharit stated, that ef-
forts were being made at the Hospital to
of stamps ment of Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd as head render better service to patients The Mayor'
r .Tn further stated that Mr. Green as Hospital
s rank, the man in charge of all US activities ("Political, Administrator had till authority regarding
the employment ,of Mrs. .Thomas, and' tdki
is progress scientific, legislative and operational") in the Mrs. Thomas if she would accept the posi-
tion on the aforementioned terms and con-
goods thru Antarctic, it should be realized that this repre- 'ditions Mrs. Thomas stated that she would
accept the position effective date of em-
nufacturers sents a belated effort to bring us up even with ployment November .15, 1955.
S*Mayor Sharit stated that the Hospital
parcel post Britain, Australia, Chile and Argentina that now and City had incurred bills that remain un-
ie promo- have b e on t i paid because of inadequate funds and that
the promo- have bases on this three-million-square-mile con- sufficient funds would be received during
restrictions tnent. the month of November to pay some of the
restrictions tinent. City's obligations. 'Whereupon Commissioner
1Smith moved thatSthe.-Mayor-Commissioner
199. And "Operation Deepfreeze", a four year expe- and City Auditor sM Clerk be authorized
irt mailing edition involving 1,800 men and nine vessels, is become available.Thsal vouchers seconded by
will realize under the direct command of Rear Admiral Commissioner Thanp e and upon a vote there
were ayes four nays, none.
s more ex- George J. Dufek. It will establish bases and sup- Mayor Sharit 'stated that lie had know-
ledge of the whereabouts of some used trans-
Many, will ply facilities and later participate in US research ite water ,main that he thought could be
reasonably purchased at approximately 75ec
.gain to activities of the International Geophysical Year, per foot for the City's use in extending
water lines to tbe r., a subdivision areas
>oth. And "1957-58. But Admiral Byrd, veteran of two which would require approximately 2000
to 2500 feet (-I water main. Commissioner
ready for North Polar expeditions, and leader of all four Smith moved itht the Mayor-Commissioner
Sz authorized r.:. altempr the purchase of
to explain US Antarctic expeditions, will be Senior-Officer- the used transit -'pipe on behalf of -ii.
City for approximately 75c per foot. This
bewildered P1resent, our Ambassador of the Ice. was seconded by Commissioner Tharpe and
upon a vote there were ayes all, nays none.
It also represents the first colonizing in The Mayor also stated that he had asked
go for price quotations on 8 inch transit sewer
ide confu- which there are no natives to subdue. pipe for sewer line extensions to the Port
St. Joe High h,'lrl Commissioner Sirith
moved that the Mayor be given fill authority
S t further pursue efforts to secure price
District Council 'Convention in non Jackie Davis, Jean Mahon, quotations on 8 inch transit sewer pipe.
This was seconded by Commissioner Tharpe
acola, last week end were Mar- Cindy Carbon'eau and Mrs,. Jacque inrl upon a vote there were ayes all, nays
Costing, June Coker, Ted Can- Price, sponsor; none.d aloud the following
The City Clerk read aloud the following


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resolution: program.
RESOLUTION NO. 243 Commissioner Smith moved to adopt the
WHEREAS, unde rthe Secondary. Road 'following resolution:
Program pertaining to Gulf County, Flor- RESOLUTION NO. 244
ida, request for certain secondary street WHEREAS, it has been found necessary
paving in the. City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for the City of Port St. Joe to extend its
was previously submitted to the Board of sewer system in order that adequate sewer
County 'Commissioners, Gulf County,- We- facilities can be furnished to the Port St.
wahitchka, Florida'. Joe High School; and
NOW. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED WHEREAS, the City is financially unable
BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF .THE CITY to purchase the necessary equipment and
OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA: THAT- materials for the construction and extension
It is ascertained and determined to be of its sawer system to furnish said facilities
a feasible and priacticable interest to the for said school building since said City had
City of Port St. Joe that the following failed to anticipate such expenditure in the
named City Streets on which bid adver- preparation of its 1955 budget; and
tisement is scheduled to be made on No- WHEREAS, the Board of Public Instruc-
vember 25, 1-955, be withheld from the tion of Gulf County, Florida, lies agreed to
original request: advance said City the sum of Five Thousand
8th Street from Marvin Avenue to Gar- Dollars ($5,000.00) for the construction and
rison Avenue. extension of said system under the following
17th Street from McClellan Avenue to terms and conditions, to-wit:
Forest Park Avenue. That the City of Port St. Joe execute a
Forest Park Avenue from 17th Street to promissory note in the amount of Five
1(th Street. Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) to the Board
Section 1. That a copy of this Resolution of Public Instruction of Gulf County, Flor-
be forwarded to the Board of County Com- ida, payable on or before January 1, 1961,
missioners, Gulf County, in Wewahitchka, in annual installments of One Thousand
Florida. Dollars ($1,000.00) each, 'commencing
Introduced and adopted at a regular meet- January 1, 1957, and on the same day of
ing of the City Commission of the City 6f each year thereafter until paid; Provided,
Port St. Joe, Florida, held in the Council however, that the City of Port St Joe may
Chambers of the Municipal Building in deduct from the final payment the cost of
said City on the first day of November, extending said sewer line on th property
A.D., 19665. of the Board of Public Instruction and may
/s/ J L. SHARIT, deduct from each annual payment the total
Mayor-Commissioner annual water an dsewer charges against
ATTEST: the Port St. Joe High School, for the year
Is/ R. W. HENDERSON preceding that which the installment is
City Auditor and Clerk due.
Commissioner Smith moved that Resolu- NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
tion No. 243 be adopted. This was second- BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY
ed by Commissioner Tharpe and upon a OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA:
vote theie were ayes all, nays none. Section 1. That Mayor-Commissioner J. L.
Commissioner Smith -moved that all de- Sharit be, and he is hereby, authorized and
apartment heads be given full authority directed in the name of the City of Port
to file and hire personnel, due to the fact St. Joe and on its behalf, for the purpose of
that this 'authority had been authorized evidencing the advance aforesaid and pro-
Mr. Green, the Hospital Administrator. This hiding for the re-payment thereof, to exe-
-was seconded by Commissioner Tharpe and cute and deliver to the said Board of Public
upon a vote there were ayes all, nays none. Instruction a promissory note of the City
Mayor Sharit stated, however, that the City of Port St. Joe dated the date of the adop-
Council would render final authority on tion of this Resolution, in the principal
the employment or dismissal of City per- amount of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.)
sonnel. payable in annual' installments of One Thou-
Mayor Sharit recommended that Mr. sand Dollars ($1,000.00) each, commenc-
George Johnson's policeman's salary be paid ing on the first day of January, 1957, and
drom the parking meter revenue fund. the same day of each year thereafter until
:Whereupon Commissioner Smith moved that paid, and providing for no interest thereon
Mr. Johnson's salary be paid from the and further providing that the City of Port
Parking Meter Revenue Fund. The above St. Joe may deduct from the last annual
motion, however, died there being no sec- installment the amount of the cost for ex-
ond to the motion, tending said sewer line over the property
Mayor Sharit stated that some of the owned by the Board of Public Instruction,
local citizens had been pressing him asking and may deduct from each annual install-
City to haul brush,- trash, and logs from ment the total water and sewer charges
different looalitie6 which had been cleared against the Port St. Joe High School for
from vacant 'lots by contractors in the pro- the year proceeding the date said annual
cess of building homes and further recom- installment becomes due.
mended that the City not be responsible for Introduced this 1st day of November,
the removal of clearings of this nature. This AD., 1955 and duly adopted by the City
wtas agreeable with the other members of Commission of the City ._of Port St. Joe,
the Commission. Florida.
The City Clerk .stated that Mrs. Margaret /s/ J. L. SHARIT
Key had visited the City Office asking for Mdyor-Commissioner
a check for her month of October 1955 sal- ATTEST:
ary as recreation director in connection /s/ R. W. HENDERSON
with the youth Saturday night recreation City Auditor and Clerk
program at the local American Legion Hall. This was seconded by Commissioner Ram-
Commissioner Smith moved to abide by the sey and upon a- vote there were ayes all,
record of previous minutes in making pay- nays none.
ment .on behalf of the City for the recrea- Mayor Sharit recommended that the con-
tion director and if the minutes' contained tract agreement between the City of Port
no information in this respect that Miss St. Joe and the Max W. Kilbourn Corn-
Key be invited to meet with the City Com- pany, for renovation of the City Sewage
mission at the next Regular Meeting and Disposal Plant be cancelled upon final and
-;, e analysis of her duties in connection full payment,by the City to the Max W.
wnrh the Saturday night youth recreation Kilbourn Company for the amount that the


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City now owes that Company under the-
terms-and conditions contained ih'the con-
tract. Whereupon Commissioner Smith mov-
ed that the Mayor-Commissioner and City*
Auditor and Clerk be authorized on behalf-
of the City of Port St. Joe to cancel the
contract between the City of Port St. Joe
and the Max W. Kilbourn Company on the
basis of the conditions outlined in the Ma..
your's recommendation. This was seconded
by Commissioner Tharpe and upon ,a vote
there were ayes four, nays none.
There being no further business Commis-
sioner Smith moved to adjourn. This was
seconded by Commissioner Ramsey and upon-
a vote, ayes four, nays none, the meeting
adjourned;

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S- ---- ----- a Fresh Look at Florida" in which
TOO LATE he says:
TOO LAITE "Through this supplement in one
TO CLASSIFY of the world's finest newspapers,
Swe in Florida extend a cordial in-
BY RUSSELL KAY :vitation to prospectvie investors
and industrialists to examine our
state's great advantages for you.
Florida's fabulous story was told "ter y his supple
to millions last week in a 36-page ent, we know you will understand
'.. -,.ment, we know you will understandI


feature magazine section of the
Sunday issue of the New York
Times.
The supplement in 'picture and
story provides the reader with de-
tailed informaWtion concerning the
amazing growth and development
of our agricultural, industrial and
playground areas.
A foreword by Governor LeRoy
Collins invites the reader to "Take


why we who live here are proud of
Florida and the opportunities it
offers. These opportunities don't
just include fields for sound invest-
sn.ent and profitable manufacturing.
We regard as equally important
the fact that we have fine schools,
churches and hospital facilities.
These are the elements that make
Florida the best state i nthe nation
in which to rear a family. Naturally


they contribute strongly to an at-
mosphere of contented living, the
kind nof atmosphere that increases


themselves." S I
Then follows page after page of Social Security
oracefull r a-narid dat a and infor-T


. .0


productivity' on the part of all mation about the state that can-' By JOHN V. CAREY
workers. not help but impress the reader. It District Manager
"While this supplement contains points to Florida as the fastest On Veterans Day, it is interest-
a wealth of information, I realize growing state east of the Rockies ing to see how tihe relationship of
you may have specific questions with a 'population increase since social security to service in the
that are left unanswered. 'If so, I do 1940 of 84 per cent. An increase in armed' forces has changed during
hope you'll write our new Develop- retail sales of 480 per cent, a build- the years.
ment Commission, Tallahassee, so ing increase of 309 ,per cent, an in- The original social security law
we can extend our fullest coopera- crease in farm income of 373 per did not mention military or naval
tion. cent, and an increase in manufac- service. A period of active service
"Of course, if you are considering turig of 467 'per cent and an increase was just the same as a (period of
locations for new plants or fields in individual incomes of 409 per unemployment, as f'ar as social se-
for investment, the best plan would cent. curity was concerned. Military or
be to come down and visit us. We These statistics 'backed up with naval pay didn't count toward bene-
in Florida have a 'product we feel authentic information and pictures fits. In fact, time spent in uniform
is so excellent we do not hesitate tell a story that everyone can 'actually reduced the social security
to invite our prospective custom- grasp and understand. It indicates payments that a veteran or his
ers to come and look it over for that the trend is to Florida and family might receive through his


that our future is the most prom-
ising of any state in the nation.


CRUSHED AND BROKEN, this 16-family apart- ceded August 21. This was a sample of devasta-
ment house in Waterbury, Conn., was left high tion.in the flood which, according to the Red Cross,
and dry after the rampaging Naugatuck River re- destroyed 1,326 houses and badly damaged 4,808.
(Wide World Photni


0 TO 60 MILES-PER HOUR FASTER THAN EVER BEFORE.
It's the. kind of performance many a jet plane can't beat


civilian work.
Then came 'Selective IService and


The creation of this splendid sup- the Second World War. Millions of
plement appearing in one of the civilians were called to duty. Com-
nation's greatest newspapers was paratively few of them (became ca-
made 'possible through the leader- reerists; most returned to civilian
ship of a great Governor and the status upon discharge.
support and cooperation of busi- The period of active service had
ness and industrial leaders who an adverse effect on the social se-
carried advertising in the section, curity status of these men and
including airlines, banks, chambers women. It either delayed their Ibe-
of commerce, railroads, industrial coming insured under social secur-
and business concerns.
'The evidence of such unity of dit.
purpose and willingness to "go Many who read this supplement
along" on any effort for the ad- today will Tbe among those who are
vancement of the state is in itself helping to tell others 'tomorrow,
impressive. Florida will reap a rich a chain reaction that is never end-
reward fro mthis worthwhile ef- ing and never over.,
fort, and all who had a part in ( -
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SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY, NOV. 13, 14, 15




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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.

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We Repair Any Model OUTBOARD MOTORS
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ity, or It reduced the protection
they acquired through civilian work
before entering service.
In' 1946, Congress took action to
partly remedy this condition. An
amendment to the Social 'Security
Law was passed', providing that a
veteran would be considered insur-
ed under social security itf he died
within three years 'after being dis-
charged. That helped to protect the
family of a veteran who died before
he had a chance to build up his so-
cial security, Ibut it didn't help those
who died in service, or who lived
more than three years after dis-
charge.
Later amendments broadened the
social security protection for ser-
vicemen and women. In 1950, ?Con-
gress ,provided that active service
in World War y I (defined as !Sep-
temiber 15. 1940, to July 24, 1947)
would generally count toward social
security. In effect ,the veteran re-
ceived the akme coverage as if he
had.worked in a civilian jolb under


social security at the rate of $160
a month for the. period of active
duty.
In 1952, Congress extended the
period of social security coverage
to June 30, 1955. And the 1954 Con-
gress again extended the deadline,
this time to April 1956.
As a result, most veterans who
had active duty anytime between
September 1940 and April 1956, will
be given social security credits for
each month of service. The service
credits cannot be given, however, if
the same period of service is used
by another government agency
other than the Veterans Adminis-
tration, in computing a monthly
benefit. These credits are not added
to the individual's social security
account until an application is
made for either retirement or death
benefits under social security.
A free leaflet entitled "'Soldiers
and Sailors and ISocial ,Security,"
is available at all social security
offices.


THE S TAR, PORT 8T-.JOF,.GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1955


PAGE SEVEN


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UAI rlhIU T T S J U C N ,L DT RD I 1


Port Theatre Will Take Part In Choosing

Of Outstanding Actors and Movies

Manager Don Sports announced ballot will include at least 20 name
*k that the Port Theatre in the 'best picture and best per-
:he national au- formances categories, and at least
S'. b. conducted 20 in the most promising new per-
.r.;n picture patrons sonalities categories.
S: ;November 17 All of the nation's 19,000 theatres
inclusive. have been invited to (participate in
:i., a f he Port Theatre, in :the election by the Council of Mo-


comj:i ,ivi :- others throughout the tion Picture Organizations, Inc.,
country, %i, 'I be asked to cast their sponsor of the awards.
ballots for the 'best picture of the Suitable awards will be given
year, the best performance by an the winners at a public function o
actress and the most promising new be held in Hollywood early in De-
personality (male) and the most cember.
promising new personality (female) -
All feature pictures, foreign or considering abandoning it. Now,
domestic, released and shown [be- it looks like he is getting closer
tween October 1, 1954, -and Sep- than ever t having the hospital
temlber 30, 1955, and bearing the Ibuilt. At least, the committee took
seal of the Production Code Author- another look. No report on what
ity, are eligible as candidates for they think-that will' come out af-
the election. Personalities to be ter future hearings.
chosen must have. appeared in one 'LET'S GET GOING 'Congress-
or more of the eligible -pictures. man Bob Sikes flew into Washing-
Nominations of pictures and per- ton last week for a five hour stay.
former to appear as candidates on According to his own words he was
the public [ballot have been made here "in a effort to expedite work
by the exhibitors of the country. on a Navy project in Pensacola."
The nominations to appear on the That's a polite way of saying he
came to town to stick a needle in
'the Navy and make them get to
work on plans for the $33,000,000
overhaul and repair shop 'at the
Washn tofl Naval Air Station at Pensacola.
Wasington ore than a $1,000,000 of that
SEE SAW money has beep appropriated, tbut
work hasn't started. Instead, the
by WIN PENDLETON Navy is still "studying" the situa-
tion. Sikes wants them to get it
DON'T HURT OUR FISHING- moving-because once it is under
way-they can't change their minds.
How will the flood control projects With him for the ride was Vice-Ad-
in Florida effect the fishing? Prog- miral Charles E. Mason, ('USNR),
press is progress, and it's all well Mayor of Pensacola. And while Bo.b
and good to spend millions of dol- iSikes was in the Pentagon, he drop-
lars protecting our land from ped in General Twining's office to
floods, but while we are 'at it, we urge the Air Force to make a little
should be sure that we don't destroy 'better progress on another of his
our wildlife. The U. S. Army En- pet projects-the housing develop-
gineers are in agreement with this naent at Eglin Field. A good day's
thinking. In order to be sure their work.
work on the Kissimmee and ,St. SWEET TOOTH Too much su-
Johns Rivers doesn't harm the fish gar can make you sick. And the
and other wildlife, they asked the sugar producers in this country
Fish and Wildlife iService to make have too much sugar. It's running
a study-and recommendations. out their ears. Roughly, 60,000 tons
That's fine, (but who pays? The En- of Florida produced surplus sugar
gineers answered that question this is in stbrage--some in Clewiston,
week by turning over $37,900 to Fellsmere and Savannah. 'Sugar
Fish and Wildlife Service for the qubta agreements won't let it be
job. sold. We are required by treaty to
FLORIDA JUNKET Members import most of our sugar, and if
of the Hospital Subcommittee of the we produce more than our quota
House Veterans Affairs .Committee, Are are stuck with it. Atte6r months,
Dropped by Gainesville last week. if dickering 'and lobbying with the
They were the guests of Congress- Government, the sugra.- folks were
nan Billy Matthews, who is still able to get some relief this past
persistent aboutt building a neuro- week. The 'UJS. Department of Ag-
phychiatric hospital on Government riculture is arranging to 1buy 1'8,000
owned land there. "Mr. Billy" was tons of Florida produced sugar. Of
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total purchase will come to 100,000
tons. That Includes beet sugar as
well as cane. This sugar will lbe
shipped to foreign markets and it
won't help to sweeten our own cof-
fee or tea. Credit for working out
this sugar deal must go to Con-
gressman Paul Rogers, in whose dis-
trict most of it was grown; Sena-
tor Holland on the 'Senate Agricul-
ture Committee; and Joe Ferris,
public relations man here for he;
American Cane Sugar League, a
hard working Florida man who got,
his newspaper start in Orlando
when his father ha dthe Orlando
Sentinel.
------- 1
CARD OF THANK'S
We wish to take this opportunity
to express our heartfelt thanks for
the many kinds words and deeds
that came to us during our recent
bereavement.
We appreciated them more than
words can say.
GEORGE M. JOHNISON-
and children


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Port St. Joe, Florida


A uieo sau v th sii te last year, when course, they aa to ,relieve ot'or
the Veterans Administration was .parts of the country too ,ao their
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA,


THURSDAY, NOVEM-BER-10, 1956.


PAGE POUR


8end The Star TO A Friend


5.








1,.USA~NVM~ 0 95Tl 1A~ ~*' OGL ONY L~~ AENN


served to the following: Howard Poitevint, Ms. Maddox, Mrs. Sam


-NEWS FROM Lovett, Patrick McFarland, Elbert
.. E.S F. Norris, Don Gardner, Clyde Norris,
OAK GROVE Jimmy Wilder, Patsy Smith, Tom-
my Riley, Betty Deese, Jenny Nor-
By, IELEN NORRIS ris, Mary Riley, Juanita Norris,
-...- Alice Jean Gay, Gail Anderson, Dot
'Honored With Party Dormany, Jerry Hayes and the hon-
Mrs. Dennis Norris honored her oree, irgined Witha NorrShower
daughter, Virginia on her 14th A bridal shower was held in the
birthday with a surprise birthday r s w h i
party Wednesday at 4:30 at her :honor of Miss Joy Hunt Thursday
party Wednesday at 4:30 at her evening at 7:30 at the Florida Pow-
home on Duval St. Several games er Lounge. Several games were
were played and prizes -were award- played then refreshments of cake,
ed to Patrick McFarland. Then re- played then refreshments of cake,
ed to Patrick MeFarland. Then re- coffee, and hot chocolate were ser-
freshments of cake and cokes were coffee, and hot chocolate were ser-s.
ed to the following guests: Mrs.
W. P. Dockery, Mrs. Bateman, Miss
Gail Bateman, Mrs. Mildred Owens,
trold Mrs. Allen Norris, Mrs. Verna
lSt lt. Burch, Mrs. Creamer, Mrs. Jean
Sweet Clark, Mrs. Bill McFarland, Mrs.
(1t Vanlandingham, Mrs. Carr, Mrs.
SJohn Rich, Mrs. Conner, Mrs. Joe
Paffe, Mrs. Baxley, Mrs. Ralph
Jackson, Mrs. Trammell, Mrs. S. J.
Taylor, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Tom
Parker, Mrs. Pridgeon, Mrs. T. 0.


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Phone BAIl 7-2141


Neel, Mrs. Humphrey, Mrs. Crews,
Mrs. J. T. Camplbell, Mrs. McCor-
mick, Mrs. John McKenzie, Mrs.
Eula Dickey, Mrs. J. L. Sims, Mrs.
Thomas Webb, Mrs. Junior Glass,
Mrs. Ralph Nance, Mrs. Jadine El-
lis, Mrs. Bill Fleming, Mrs. L. W.
Cox, Mrs. G. W. Padgett, Mrs.
George Padgett, Mrs. Rush Chism,
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Cleveland Hall,
Mrs. Vickers and the honoree, Miss
Joy Hunt. Sending gifts but unable
to attend were: Mrs. Bufford Grif-
fin, Mrs. Wimnberly, Mrs. Roche,
Mrs. Joel Lovett, Mrs. Lawrence,
VMrs. NT ET Dees Mrs Costin Mrs.


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Deese.
Mr. and Mrs. 'I. D. Levins and
daughter.. Regenna spent the week
end in Bonifay visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Crutchfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Nations and son,
Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Lanier and
Ray Stripling of Wewahitchka was
the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
(C. D. Gay and Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
(Stripling. ,
We are sorry,,to say that Mrs.
Ella Norris is ill and her many
friends wish her a speedy recovery.
'Mrs. Campbell of Perry returned
home Sunday after spending several
weeks visiting with her son and


Fredf Hill, Mrs. Dennis Norris, Mrs. daughter-in-law, M'r. and Mrs. J. T. and other interested residents of
Griffin, Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs. Carden, 0Campbell. the counties will present informa-
Mrs. McClellan, Mrs. Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams and tion. table" for he counties'
Mrs. Maxine Money, Mrs. Daughtry, daughter, Chris spent Monday in'The"time table" forthe counties
l~rs. Chain, Mrs. Hinate, Mrs. Panama City visiting with friends representatives follows: Washing-
Parker, Mrs. Thomson, Mrs. Ander-" and relatives. ton, 10-10:,30 a.m.; Bay, 10:30-11
son, Mrs. Stripling, Mrs. Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Finley Terrell and a.m.; Calhoun, 11-11:30 a.m.; Gulf,
Mrs. Rich and Opal Owens. children of Perry were the week d11:30 a.m.-noon; Holmes, 1:30-2
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linegarbar end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. p.m.; Walton, 2J2:30 p.m.; Jackson,
of Tyndall spent Saturday visiting C'amlp'belL .. t 2:'30-3 p.m.
with Mr. and-Mrs. Allen Norris and We are sorry to say that Mrs.. A hearing for -Santa Rosa, Oka-
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes. Tony Weeks is i11. and her many loosa and Esoanmbia county needs
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ernest and many friends wfph her a speedy will (be held at Pensacola Novem-
daughter, Jo Ann of Panama City recovery. -ber 15 at the .county courthouse
spent tfhe week end visiting with Mrs. Netta Gatlin of Tallahassee annex and a meeting for Wakulla,
Mrs. Minnie Gay. was the guest speaker at the Oak Liberty, Franklin, Gadsden, Jef-
f-.-u-A TAnn iQ ma fHa nlv


Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and
Miss Juanita Norris motored to
Wewahitchka Saturday on business.
Edgar Deese and children of Pan-
ama City spent Saturday visiting
with his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Carl


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Regularly $10.00

November 14 through November 23



Nei's Beauty Shop


Phone BAli 7-7616


528 6th St.


Grove Assemlblyi of God Church
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lowell of
Perry were the week end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy.
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Introducing a Big and Vital

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1 A new Strato-Flight Hydra-Matict-coupled
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S'results in performance so new and dramatic
S- it must be experienced to be believed


IT'S THE GREATEST THRILL IN HIGHWAY HISTORY!


oersoue aind Jeon!,;U iet:t, r Lthei oJl-
land building in Tallahassee De-
cember 14.

First Baptist WMU
Meets at Church Monday
,The WMIS of the First Baptist
Church met at the church Monday
afternoon for the Royal Service and
business meeting. Mrs. H.-F. Ayers
had charge of the Royal Service
program.
The topic was "Ohrist for the
World". The' meeting opened with
the song, "Christ for the Whole
jWide World", followed by prayer
by Mrs. C. G. Costin.
The program .as given by Mrs.
Lonnie Bell, Mrs. Bob Ellzey, Mrs.
IW. J. Daughtry, Mrs. E. H. Van-
Landingham, Mrs. J. D. Lane, Mrs.
Emory, Stehens, Mrs. W. 0. Nich-
ols and Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon.
The program closed by singing,
"Jesus ,Shall Reign".
In the absence of the president,
Mrs. W. J. Herring, Mrs. Bob Ell-
zey conducted the regular monthly
[business meeting.


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Contracting
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SUPER PLENAMINS
11 vitamins and 12 -.
minerals in one daily Sa
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Phone 7-3161



Christmas Photo

SPECIALS

by

DON'S STUDIO
PANAMA CITY, FLA.

For Dates and Prices
phone
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
BAIl 7-9976


High School PTA New Gym To Be Named
For Episcopal Bishop
Has Exec Meeting A new gymnasium at the Univer-
--- sity of the South, Sewanee, Tenn.,
An executive meeting of the Par- -will te named for the Rt. Rev.
ent4Teacher Association of the Frank A. Juhan, Episcopal Bishop


Road Board Will

Hold Meeting

Budget hearing to determine the
road needs of the seven counties
in this area and to assist in pre-
:paring the construction budget for
(195,6 will be held in Chipley Dec.
13, (Richard IH. iSimpsion, state road
department member from the Third
district, has announced.
The hearing will Tbe held at the
C hipley district office, when county
commissioners, state legislators


of Florida, and one-time Sewanee
Athletic great.
Bishop Juihan of Jacksonville
and a frequent yisitor to St. James'
,parish here, was an outstanding
star in track, football, baseball and
boxing. He was an all-southern cen-
ter on the 1909 ISewanee team' that
won the southern football cham-
rionship.
The decision was made in a board
of regents meeting.
The new ,gym will enclose two
existing athletic plants, a swim-
ming pool, 'basketball arena, .seat-
ing 1,000 and a rifle range. An es-
timated $975,0,00 will ibe spent on-
the structure.

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Port St. Joe High iSchool was held
in the home of Harry McKnight,(
president of the .PTA presided.
It was announced that the regu-
lar meeting date of November 24
would be postponedd until Novem-
'ber '29 at 8 p.m, in the auditorium.
Plans were discussed for a fund
raising project and Joe Dowd, chair-
man of the fund raising committee,
presented plans for a variety show
with no definite date set. The com-
mittee working -with Mr. Dowd are
Leroy Bowdoin and Harry Mc-
Knight.
The .committee will meet with
the City Coihmission on Tuesday
night to request an answer on the
sewage problem at the school and
to learn just what can be done con-
cerning the youth center.
Those attending the meeting were
Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mrs. Rush
Chism, Mrs. Jacque Price, Leroy
Bowdoin, Joe Dowd, B. B. Scisson
and J. A. Alligood.

Rev. Miller Leads Weekly
Discussion Group Tues.
The Rev. Thomas R. Miller was
leader at the- Tuesday night dis-
cussion at the Rectory on Hunter
Circle. Topic for discussion was,
"Rum, Dumb,,,and Numib". 600,000
Americans roam our countryside so
numb and maybe so dumb that
'they do not know that they are
sick..This is a tragedy. These folks
see themselves as victims of an
unkind fate, or as unlucky. They
are harassed by those who pity
them and bedeviled by those who
scorn them. These folks have a
name-alcoholics. As they are sick,
and ,as we 'Christians are to minis-
ter to the sick, let's 'aid instead of
casting stones.
Mrs. Miller served coffee and
cookies to those present..
Taking part in the discussion
were Mrs. Ruth Crate, Mrs. Bill
Mazorol, Mrs. Will Ramsey, Mrs;
Helen Rollins, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
IStarnes and. Marion Craig.
It pays to advertise-try it!
Send The Star To A Friend


If you've come to think of driving as just routine,
it's high time you tried the tremendous "go" of this
masterful new, monarch of the highway.
Here's a car with such exhilarating drive-eager
oil-smooth response and safe, secure handling-that
even monotonous home-to-work driving becomes
your finest hour!
And out on the open highway, the fabulous '56
Pontiac comes alive with all the eager, heads-up alerl-
ness of a thoroughbred.
Its blazing 227-h.p. Strato-Streak V-8, coupled with
silken smooth Strato-Flight Hydra-Matic, thrives on
challenges. The hill you see looming up virtually
disappears before your eyes.


And at anry legal speed, there's such a re,-,_ of
power- that your engine literally -Iafs- ready at a toe-
touch' to spring into the.most.. thrilling, satisfying
action that ever shortened a country mile.
Of course, this is only a hint. of what's awaiting
you. The difference in performance in driving,
smoothness, ride and control-is so terrific that .it
can only be appreciated atvthe wheel.
So come in and take charge of one of these glamorous
new beauties, yourself.-.Ghoose -your. own, test',-route
and sample the greatest "go"--and enjoy the,greatest
safety ever built into a car.Then you'll know why the
word's spreading-"They'll be a long, time catching
up to this one!" *Am exraco.t option.


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TELEVISION SETS
TV ANTENNAS, ROTORS
MIX MASTERS
VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC IRONS
ELECTRIC TOASTERS
ELECTRIC HEATERS
LAMPS
DRILLS
MOTORS
WASHING MACHINES
ELECTRIC STOVES
HOT WATER HEATERS


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


201 Mo nument Ave. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


BOYS' ZIPPER
SWEAT SHIRTS


$1.98


FREE

With purchase of any pair pants from $5.98 to $9.98

$1.50 Pioneer BELT FREE




H A Le Store With Sensible Prices"

"The Store With Sensible Prices"


HALLMARK'S

"Where You Buy for Less and Bank The Rest" .

Family Night Special 5 to 7 Only

Bring The Family and Enjoy Your Shopping


MOCCASINS, for the ladies 77c

MEN'S TIES -------- 77c

LADIES' GLOVES 99c
GREEN and BROWN ONLY

Ladies' Leather Gloves 99 C
CHILDREN'S
RAYON PANTIES --- 17c

Gabardine SHIRTS $2.98
SIZES 22 TO 24

BOYS' SOCKS 4 pr. $1.00

BOYS' PANTS .. $2.79
DRESS LONG

BOYS' PANTS --- $2.98
UP TO SIZE 28 IN WAIST
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CLASSIFIED ADS self retailing Rawleigh Products?
Good opportunity to develop per-
__- manent and profitable business in
FOR RENT Gulf or Franklin County. For full
N Iparticulars write Rawleigh's, Dept.
FOR RENT: Furnished bedrooms FAK-101-HH, Memphis, Tenn.
and apartments. David's Motel,
202 Monument Ave., Phone 9-9161. WANTED: 500 new -charge- ac-
counts. Your credit is good at
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages Thames Jewelry and Watch Re-
and apartments at Beacon. Hill. pairs. 10-27-tft
Reasonable monthly rates. Can be
occupied year around. Call Mrs. C. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
E. Thompson, BAll 7-5074. Costin's ing money see us for anything
Cottages. 8tp9-29 you need in your home. STOP and
... SWAP SHOP.
FOR RENT: Rooming house and A REAL BARGAIN in a good used
cafe combined with store facill- piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
ties. See T. H. Stone. tfcl0-6 Your credit is gOod.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- YOUR CREDIT is good at ROCHE
ment. Also separate bedroom. APPLIANCE STORE for any-
Mrs. A. M. Jones. tfcl0-6 thing you need for your home.
-. -- TRADE US that useless article for
FOR RENT: Furnished house. St. something useful'. STOP and
Joe Beach. Heater and water SWAP.
heater. See Mrs. J. C. Arbogast. -
SPECIAL SERVICES
FOR SALE 4
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FOR SALE: Used piano in fair con- RT N L ERIC R-
dition. $50.00. See at the Star of- FRIGERATION SERVICE. All-
fice. censed electrical contractor. All
flce. kinds electric and refrigeration
FOR SALE: Modern masonry home service and installation. Phone
on Marvin Avenue. Close to play- 7-3032. tfc
ground and schools. FMA or GI fi-
nancing. Phone BAll 7-3321. tf-11-10 STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters
for your used furniture and ap
LOST Black cocker spaniel. White pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone
breast. Male. Name "Mickey". 291. WE BUY AND SELL. tic
Reward. Phone 7-4841 or 7-3626.
F YOU ARE AROUND 50 to 55 Keys Made While You Wait
IF YOU ARE AROUND 50 to 65unter- 35c EACH
years of age and have encounter- 35c CH


Cub


Scout Meeting Is
Set For Tonight At 7:30


BICYCLE PARTS meetings 2nd and 4th Fri.
WESTERN AUTO days each month, 8:00 p. m.
Members urged to. attend;
Reel Parts and Repairs isitlng brothers welcome. W. L.
-- Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
BICYOLES- ,and LAWN MOWERS secretary.
repaired. Jake Gavin. 7th St.,
r~ighland View. tfc10-13. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs
LODGE NOTICES days, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, members urged to attend; visiting
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, rethren invited. H. H. Shirley, N.
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- e., Alden Ferris, Secretary.
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.- s Jiosepn Chipter No. 56, R., A.
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-


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Soft washable Pans, cutters, cook book-
figures whistle 98 everything a little girl
when cnOTj eezec


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Two giant quiz books,
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POR S. JEFL. B W ELLS One


WATER MAID
RICE


3 Ibs. 39c


Ga. No. 1
SWEET POTATOES lb. 5c
AUNT JEMIMA
GRITS 2 boxes 29c
FRESH CAUGHT
MULLET ib. 10Oc


YAMY
SWEET POTATOES


No. 2/2 Can
19c


DROMEDARY, Yellow, white and devil food
CAKE MIXES box 25c
Georgia Pure "New Crop" No. 5 can
Pure CANE SYRUP 69c
NABISCO
Premium CRACKERS lb. 24c


Baby Ruth, Butterfinger,
CANDY BARS


ALL BRANDS
CHEWING GUM


Cocoanut Grove
3 for 10c


3.for. 1Oc


FRESH
GrodBEEF 4 lb. $1.00 PICNIC HAMS, lb.

,-I c r BEEF LIVER, lb.
REGISTER'S GREEN HILL lb.2 c WESTERN BRANDED
S GREEN HILL b.39c WHITE MEAT, lb. l29



SUGAR CURED FRESH PORK
Sunyland HAMS lb. 49c SHOULDERS lb. 29c


Dressed FRYERS lb. 39c PORK SIDES lb.25c
SMOKED END CUT
SLAB BACON lb. 25c PORK CHOPS lb. 39c
NEC BONES Ib. 15c FRESH
K BONES PORK HAMS lb. 39c
PIG FEET lb. 10 Oc PORK AVAILABLE FRIDAY



Ilg~adf nil'mon.10 Jug $1.29


GEORGIA BELL
STRING BEARS 2 cans 25c
PRINCE ALBERT
SMOKING TOBACCO can 10c


ALL BRANDS
SOFT DRINKS


TENDER FLAKE
FLOUR 25 Ib. bag $1.89
BEST MADE NEW CROP
MIXON CORN MEAL 10 lb. 49c


6 for19c MIXON CORN MEAL 5 lb. 29c


ALL BRANDS SUNFF can 10c

G.-R17 GARIlNE lb. 19c
KELKO
Cream Style CORN 2 cans 25c
PRIDE '0 VALLEY


PEAS


2 cans 25c


AflIoit MIL0


MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE lb. 95c
NO. 303 CAN
TOMATOES 2 cans 25c


PORK FAT

PORK FAT


No. 10 jug 95c

No. 5 jug 48c


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alterDuren's Super Market

SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY,SATURDAY OPEN 8 AM to 8 PM


ng companions welcome, Jimmy
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose (,
Meeting night ev-
Hall, 310 Fourth St.
ery other Monday.

FOR SALE: 1-ton Mitchell room
air conditioner. 1 year old. Good
condition $250.00. See at The Star.


STAM, POtl~qt ST. J09. GULF, COUNYV#-t. PrLORIDA~


THUMIPTDAY, NOV19MBIRIDIO 1066)


*&2 TrIM


* A meeting of the Cub Scouts and
the Scouts' parents is scheduled for
tonight at the Presbyterian Church
according to Rev. Bill Iverson,
scoutmaster.
The full meeting is held once
each month for the parents to at-
tend, at which time the scouts
participate in contests.
Advertising doesn't east, it PATSI
Advertising doesn't cost. it PAYS!


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B. W. EELLS, Owner


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