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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: December 15, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
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System ID: UF00028419:01049

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S PORT ST. JOE
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspfper
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m THE STAR
Published in Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-.
f tinued Development of
Gulf County


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


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Single Copy 8c


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECE!MBER,15,, 1955


$3.00 IPer-.Y.ear


MEAOIN SHRDLU
by WE8LEY R. RAMSEY


We. have a little something
we would like for you folks to
think abbut in the .days to come.
If you don't speak up, it will
cO st you money whether, you
watt it to or not. If you speak
up by letters to this newspaper
or letting your wiher be known
to the right parties it will cost
you money, by .your assent or Sharks Run Win
it will cost you' nothing due to
your expression of your wishes. trek To Fur
All-of us ,will agree with the a Fur
fact that an extension of the hos- *
pital is direly needed. At pres- Straight Games
ent, the hospital, stays from 80 .
per cent to-.97 per cent full at
al times. With the advent of Take Crawfordville and
new industry here which will Chipley Easily
mean more families it stands
to reason that the hospital fa- 'The Port St. Joe Sharks rant their
cilities will- become overtaxed. victory string to three straight in
That is one -.' .try that we can- Crawfordville ,Saturday night by
,not allow to become overtaxed, defeating Crawfordville 61-33. The
At the last meeting of the Sharks. now have wins over- Bay
City Commission, Mayor Sharit High, Apalachicola and Crawford-
expressed a plan of his to.attach ville.
a 10 per cent utility tax on the, Walter Wilder paced the winners
water and sewer services of the with 24 points. -- .-- added 10
city to finance the a. .:.. ,' -c while Elliott and Taylor were as-
of the hospital. This tax, of listing with a good floor game and
course, would only be in effect controlled the backboards.
until the 1'...j0 0- 1 pi.n -in O Box scores for Crawfordville
could be paid off. game.
This will mean, that' if your Port St. Joe FG FT TP
water bill is now $5.00ra month, Wayne Taylor, f 2 0 4
it -A-,, be '1 5(r with the new Robert Nedley, 5 0 10
S' Wilford Elliott, c 5 3 13
We believe that in-a move of Terry Hinote, g 4 2 ,10
tJ. ta,,;. t A.Lt b.. .i.ll of..the Walter Wilder, g 10 24
p...ple v.bo .l p)-, ti. l l Bir Th rr.W, s 0 0 1
have th< hst .'.ri4 ,. heth r l T_: 0 -0 .
or riot it goes tLro b. Jok I. s ,0 '.
I ,5 LWt,,t d-.ry h, f j.j' s *w L '.,, .', s (- '0 o *,
o f th e x A U t a x ,h t ..L.-' "r .. 0 0 .:
now at the Lo.p ,_it; h. L. u -:er,a 0 0 0
only a LnWudiu of f .r S. Ju ,.''qfd'" FG Ft' TPI
reiddents' who pay taxe TTn- T.a o 1 ''

A i t yTaff ,g 0 0 :.
WiJe .L 'o t t1 0 b,,J2 ,.,/-..id

f ... -J^ g,,p d +g 4. 9 "
is .'.-.'.t by its charter to serve Duggar, g 1 0 .
its '.i.t water and sew outsz "
er' 4 '.. -.'. L.. is Defeat C ,
is it .i to I' ax to The Sharks racked up anothe-
tbi that themust easy cage victory on the homr-
USeWO' .,-: Tuesday night to defeat th:
W e '.v ,... the *, i" .. ..' |,, t Tigers by a core of 71-21-
that the' .' is .. ,harks are now riding high
- and that is just what we want on a four victory and no loss record
'- r..,, to do debate the :_ are being looked on by sports
si A- ':":[ :** -writers of the Big Bend as 1 ..* -
S. for this year.
"Hae7' Li. the "Dog _..rka were in the lead all
Chorus" -'A- I'm not- ~i.i'"t the way having the Tigers under
Over'the 'radio the other control at the halftime by a score
came the "Dog I,:", made, 131
u~p of dogs "-"t '--'. ." -,,'.. wayne Taylor was the b. gun
A...: barked ........ to create -. the local boy's Tuesday with 14
a song .- sots : ford. lliott and Blair
,, to al j i helped the Sharks .cause
S t points each. Teel was high
n '- 1. for .. with 14 points
.. as followed by Cobb. with 12 points.
T" The Shark "B"E team defeated the
m to, make, a '.
m.. to mae. a .. ,,;. i.. B" team by score of 57
-. o rto :29. Wayne m avis paced the
The season ,. t by de- .Shark with 17 points folIowed by
[. .2 *aH"., "..TT, ~Ronnie Young with 18. For..-
Dunn ld the scoring with 17 points
S. .. ... followed by Wilson with six.
talked about that htis is our year The. sharks will meet Vernon on
to defeat ... .. .. who 1. the local court Friday night.
ways fields a ... i: .I. or Box score for Chipley game.
.- -.,,-..,, .. -' ., and us- Port St. Joe FG FT TP


I *..-. r. "- }.. ..I em Taylor, f 5 4
SRobert Nedley, f 4 0
We '. '.t .. ,ui:F that -, -- wilford Eiliott, c 4 2
willabe very mdch work i1.' Walter Wilder, g, 4 0
i..:.;. tomorrow because of Terry Hinote, g 0 2
the big celebration. And the Bert Munn, s. 3 0
good .1 ,.&'-.. i' is-that it is Blair Shuford, a 5 0
all. fo i .- ', '. d' Sel that' Port Jock Jennings 0 2
St. Joe *'.,- '.-i, -*i-....." this Lewis Ray, a 2 'o
day an~' .' ," C'; ,.(.L- of Frank Fletcher 2 3
Commerce will miss a bet if W. L. Smith, s 0 0
tv.- don't take ':.-T toward Chipley FG FT
n. ~ .': this an -,aL.' Ii event- Carter, f 0 0
but a little earlier in the year. Cobb, f 6 0
SPeel, c 4 5
Spending Leave Here Taylo;, g 0 0
-Melton Taylor, OECON, son of Mr. *"_.L. t g 0 '0
and. Mrs. 0. M. Taylor arrived Shoemaker, a 0 0
Tuesday night to spend thirty days Gilmore, s 1 0
with his parents and 'brother. He Morris, a 0 2
has just recently completed a six Cawhorn, s 0 0
'month cruise to North Africa, h,..a ... -, a 0 0


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Free Fish Fry and Dance Are State
On Tonmrrow's AnAndhi


7NO P w --V -I.......... m t -S n
Tofio row the newest project of
Tithe State Board of Parks and His-
*I+ ist'o c-toric Memorials opens in ort St.
Addresses Ro'tr Joe. The project is a new museum
t Y. h o i resse tr. e houseso relis of historic in-
t' rest to the entire state of Florida.
smith, uperinten ent of he museum deals with the historic
,. action in County .. of the mbdein city of
r the Port StLJo. c, St. Joe back in the !4 ': .
.. O1ieir regular '. '""" .' 1old Sto :. .,i,:'. was one of the
Satu ayD ,c e 1. 1, ..... ; ,_',:' "',r.e. 8 gav00e ,', cities in the State and when
CULO~Nb 1111 'LsaTITUT N I'Ah .nSE a ::'- :' of -' first State Constttition -was
morrow in Constitution Park.The building w as constructed by the Florida .-a ja of i k and recent trip to miami to sit in u rp ,.a'.... "
Historic Memorials. (' photo) Kofauver hearings in Florida The Florida State Museum of
., in compare -, hibit in the new mu-
usic Program Set .. hat Florida : depict thre a
...., ,t .... i,- delinquency and'depicting.theai'ea o
.For PTA Meet Toni ght.,'. ,-~- .: Kefauvner ":.day, e w m '.a
o fin how : ,- the n w musemI .
'.. ''i., ..'-J ...". ..' down .;yle a parade will -?..
6- 3 .s uni I' IW i town Fridayat 11 a.mto,


...- .-and- .. .i ..e -' t.. r ivc- ie'* n


1 isein this Governor To Sp&ak
"' "' '. ..ing. Immedia 'tely I.- g the parade
'a that in which,will end in Constitution Park
d I "' e prob- Governor t-?'" Colas wi1 give
.,_. ,-. ,,, i: '..,had found the pricipal address of the day
Cent of the'L' E Park. Following the
'.. .. .. caused by governor'salk a big free fish fry
'. .'.' their r chil- i be held or all who desire to
. j. 1 'l J01 jt.ti1-, Li.llI,- 0 !CA Ia S O.." .'.. v.. .''."' .', : .; portion ""' all free of charge. The
Museum at Constitution Park which wlf be formally '.. ise moe ther tewth. their cdre. He .Committee has taken.
tomorrow. There were many prosperous homes in I i Century, his environment. a--. tha in casess where parents steps to feed over 3,000 people that
SThe children in the school are were made, t. realize this tliat the in a gigantic f shon. Every-
St Joseph, a cotton-shipping center on the Gulf. owing a deite interest in the sitatidns had been solved, one who will attend is invited'
from Florida State Museum, a Department of the U. of F. musi program. They are now-work Program Earnest Wim A stores in thecity will remain
ing on a Christmas program which berly had '.' Smith to talk to ^ roni"11:00 a.m to 200pm,
Post Office Open All 'Day wil be open all dayD .. D will be presented for the PTA the local and this i tor this event.
Saturday, December 17 cmber 17, but would be closed Thursday night at 8.00 p.m. At the Rotarians 'will hear an address ri n i a a n
-: Decmber this te, the parents will have the by Carl Gray, former mayor of i rk la win
Postmster, "-- '2 in-- o sn a' tic 1,500 .0 fireworks display will
postmaster Ca Costinsai Monday December 2. t. s music in .a ction.Pa o.be held beside the ball park with
this week that the local post office r ourl f re
pe ctatoep r space being provided in


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2 Dr. David W. Stallcup starts the bulldozer to start clearing land on the site of the new Glidden
0 plant here. On hand as witnesses are H. H. Saunders, St. Joe Paper Co., Myron W. Keibler,
0 Glidden Co., Earl Atchison, Chamber of Commerce and George G. Tapper, contractor.


'Grading Work Began
,At Glidden Plant Site


Ground breaking was started
last Thursday at 2:00 'p.m. on the
new multi-million doll-ar Glidden
chemical plant here by the George
G. Tapper Construction -Company.
'The plant, will -occupy an area
700 feet along Highway 98 and all
the way back to Chicken House
Branch in the'Goff Town area.
On hand tfo the ceremonies were
Dr. W. David- Stallcup, vice-presi-
dent in. charge of the Southern
Chemical Division of the Glidden
Company, of Jacksonville who dug
the. first shovelful, of ground. With
Stallcup was Myron W. Kiebler of
Cleveland, Ohio, who will be in
charge of the local plant upon com-
pletion. Witnessing the start of
ground breaking were H. H. Saun-
ders ofthe St. Joe Paper Company,
Earl D: Atchison, president of the
Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
and- George G. Tapper, the grading
contractor.
Home For Holidays
Carolyn Brigman will arrive home
Friday from Florida State Univer-
sity in Tallahassee to spend the
Christmas holidays- with, her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Durel Brigman.


the big playground immediately ba-
hind the Centennial Building. Fire-
works displays of the Monument,
Museum building, the Florida ,State
Flag and other .designs will be shot
off as well as numerous items of
decorative fireworks all, free of
admission. Immediately following
the big fireworks display a free I
dance will be held in the Centen-
nial Building with music to be fur-
nished by the University of Ala-
bama Cavaliers again free of
* charge.
The entire day will be one gigan-
tic celebration open to all who wish
to attend and you can't spend one
red cent.

First Baptists To Present
Pantomime Program
The First Baptist Church will
have their Christmas program, De,
cemrber 18, at 7:30 p.m. The pro-
gram, "0 Night of Nights", a Christ-
mas pageant by Mrs. J. D. Beville
will be. given in pantomime with
a musical background, which will
include a large cast.
Everyone is invited to attend this
service and to enjoy fellowship fol-
lowing the Christmas program in
the church basement.

TRADE AT HOME


Dedication Day Parade Friday At 11:00 am


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Personals Clubs Churches
Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Editor Dial 7-5461


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R SALE: Scratch pads, ditto
paper, second sheets, sales books
est checks. THE STAR, Phone
for delivery.
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Chiropractors treat the cause of
Nervousness and sleeplessness


BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M.
FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:00 P. M.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY SUNDAY. MONDA)


^ g r at 8:00 p m. in the High School
SUher-JohlRSOR Mrs. Paul Blount Hostess 1 auditorium.
n aement ToTo Methodist Circle No. 2 The Christmas story in song will
EnPgagement Told Paul Blot ws hot to be presented by a 28 voice choir
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Evans John- members of Circle 2 of the Wo- "R
son, -Sr., or Ocla are this week man's Society of Christian Service IT'S
ano Snoing the engagement a d of the First Methodist Church, Mon- L-

daughter, Dorothy Lavada, to ter Circle.
George Fulton Suber, Jr., son of Mrs& W. D. Jone, chCirM AnN Ye- y y m ANY
sided osver the mee"ting a3"m re-' Wimberlys Entertain COMPANY
Mr. and Mrs. George F. uber, Sr., sided over the meeting and present- Wim er s Entertain s-Jmp
of this city. ed the program, "Christmas Around Dau er Par FOR EXPERT
Mis Johnson attended orlando the World". Mrs. George Adkins Engagement Told ,
schools and WAs graduated from gave the devotional taken from the Mrs. Ernest Wimbery entertain- Electrical Repairs
Orlando High -School in 192. In 2nd chapter of St. Luke. The topic Mr. and Mrs. William Howell P
January she will be gradoo ted from of the program was "The Festival ed Monday afternoon from. 3 to 5 aye of Enterpr.e, Ala, announced
January shei l rda wer ofDivine Live ". Prayer was given wi th a birth day party honoring -Hae of Enterprise, Ala., announce
the Univerity oFlorida where by Mrs. Ad raerns wa g hven young dugter, Ann e runelle, the engagement and approaching
she Is a member of Sigma Kappa e her eighth birthday The party marriage of. their daughter Jean, a
sorority The regular business meeting o her eld ighthbir resdaene party teacher in the. local Elementary DIAL BA 7-4331
Mr Suer graduated from Port wa held with reports from various was helan Avtheir resiad dencoion hool to A Lumey Daid JumAL BA 7-433
S oe igh Shool In 1948 Ater committees given. The meeting was Cleflan Avenue, and deco-ati~ns Schoolnso AI-C Lumey David Jump
St. Joe High School in 1948. After mie i the eei of pink and white was used thru- of Haughton, La,, now stationed at
graduating from Georgia Military dismissed with the SOrS obenedic- o ooms -h -. Af:., ir Force Base.
Sout the rooms, -+, Academy Junior College in 1950, on' ames were played and refreh The marriage is to be an event of . '-
he served for four years in Ger- Refreshments w4re served to the wr e December 16 at 5 -in the .
many with the United States Air following members present: Mrs. ments we re ved to the fo owH St. James' .* .-- ..' Church of
Force. Mr. Suber Is at present a 0. M. Taylor, Mrs. .. Cos David Hokerges C Martha eliaPort StCeech, Joe NHan ionitations are
untior in the College of Pharmacy tin, Mrs F B Wt Mrs. George Rex David Hoker, Marta Pbertg sent bt alloe fo iends ofa the .
Fite, Jo0Ann Fite, Blaine -,' bng set but all friend
at the m rT.',o.-. of Florida ad a Adkins, Mr. Nettie Anchors, Mrs Olifford"Wimberly, Peter Wimberly, couple are invited to attend. '
member of Ka pa Psi, pharmaoeu- John Beasley, Mrs. W. D. Jones Sara Jones, Becky Hammond-,,Betty A reception will follow the. cere-' 1 '4 i,
Steal frater ity, and Mrs. George Suaber Tomlinsof, and Marjorie Hat moneyy in the Parish House
'The'wedding will be an event of I' :.
latf Laary.

Mrs. McCoy Entertains ....".
FOR HER SHER PLEASURE
Mrs. Me0.oy was ho sites
to members of Circle 1 of the Wo | Al' "9 i1-r.I' r- 1' I "Iz lll..
a's Soiety of Chri S a ervioe '
of the Methodist Church,! in "' S R
.Monday afternoon in her home. -/-;
Beautiful arrangement carrying
out the Christmas theme was used.' r" ~ illustrated with
For the mantel, Mrs. ,-r u .0 O S'i.65 '
silver foliage with blue ornamentsL
and blue -ii Mrs. Morgan ul cr
Jones ... the program. She fullcolor pictures
used as her subject, "Christmas IN THREE DIMENSIONS
Arouand- the World" and llustrated IN THEiDM'NSO 'S '' ,-
with a globe, miniature hu'chr and ; -- .* irst hrista '."
-. A I-ting her was Mrs. p colbr K 4-z : .-, "
-. amazin..........
L Temple, Mrs. G. S. OroXtonor -three dimensions. This beautiful-
Mrs. J. Lamar-Miller, Mr. Buck told in three pats each illus-
Griffin and, mr' -,Olt Z -,: with seven stereo scenes
Griffin and Ma. Carson Green. "' '- mounted in a sturdy View.Master
Mrs. Griffin 'read the Christmas 'Reel a 21 fascna' .--n- -
for use in View-Mi.
Story Sa told, a Lake. and Projectors. A' .....
-. J Folder comes with *
,. ,,.l .th program, Mras 400 other interesting, educational
Mak "T mti iaon was e p a -st --i w children's and "travel" Reels to I
for the group and carols wore sung. A5 -4 choose from Ask for free Reel list.
The hostess served refrehm entsiI Nri ri STEREOSCOPE $200
to the 16 Membersand- +++ Tifr ? J I B t h ReeLS v
om pret I fciiETTI 351 each
IECEIPT BOOKS Sman books of / for100
,'l'ap "-ec receipts and books of .
our -reelpts to the pag&. The Star.
S Want Ads Get ResultsSTYP Buzzett's Drug Store
Star WantAd Get "~e -sult- ^_ a^.^M^manuu r w


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SnHOw OENS, 1-0:45 SIAKRTS 11:00, SaturdctyOnly
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AND ALL BECAUSE you didn't come by our showrooms and

take a look at the new 1956 FORD and then test drive it.

Leave your money at home we are not talking trade We

just want you to see for yourself what the new 1956 FORD

is. let's so easy So simple So convenient.

COME BY TODAY You'll enjoy the ride and who knows -
you may be the one to receive our. "Christmas Gift".




Phone 7-3737. JOE FORD-aes, SeviMT(

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'Present Christmas Cantata solos, duets and choruses.
The program will last for approx- ,
The choir of the Long Avenue imately 45 minutes.
Baptist Church, under the direction The public is cordially invited to G
of Mrs. M. L. Britt will present attend.
the Christma Cantata, "Come To
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TOO LATE
TO CLASSIFY
BY RUSSELL KAY

While Miami and Miami Beach
may be long on glamour and mir
aculous in their growth, there is
still a great big, sound, solid-grow
ing Florida that stretches from
Pensacola to Key West, and if you
get around you will find that every


I'm still reeling from my recent
trip to West Florida. I wish all you
folks from other parts of the state
would take time off to visit this
wonderful section.
Industry, big industry, is coming
into this area with millions and
millions of dollars invested in huge
industrial .plants, textiles, plastics,
pulp and paper mills, chemical
plants-all of which means increas-
ed employment, big payrolls, more
housing, new stores and markets,
more developed 'beaches and recrea-
tion centers, more roads and state
parks, more everything.
At Chipley I visited my good
friend Earl Sellers, publisher of the
Washington County News. He
knows what is happening in his


area and took me to see a location exhibition building are priceless
he feels would make a wonderful treasures, photographs, original
statt park or even a privately oper- manuscripts, musical instruments,
ated attraction. press clippings, furniture and many
About three or four miles out of other objects that in one way or,
town on property now owned by another touched the life of Ameri-
one of the big paper companies is can'ss beloved composer.
a norino that flows from o ne ft Beautiful animated drnoramas. nic-


the highest points in the state; th
water tumbles in volume in a ni
tural waterfall that goes under:
ground. The area is honeycombe
with sink holes and caves that r
val -the famed caverns of Marianna


rains will come again and the nu
merous lakes, streams and spring
will regain their normal output
but right now, because of the long
drought, they are pretty puny.
Never having visited the Stephen
Foster Memorial at White Spring:
I took time to do. so and found i
one of the most promising attrac
tions Florida has to offer. Lack o
funds has prevented the rapid de
velopment of the Memorial, but an
excellent start has been made.
I was fortunate in finding Fos
ter Barnes, director of the Memor
ial, on hand when I arrived and
he gave me a personally conducted
tour of the attractive and interest
ing Stephen Foster Museum. Here
attractively displayed in a modern


Flu. economy

Above Last Year

The wheels of Florida's economic
life have turned more rapidly" so


Disabled Workers

May Apply Now

For S. S. Freeze j


e ture most realistically the scenes far this yea than during 154. .Workers who are disabled may
a- and locations made famous by Ste- The rates of this gain, though i now apply for- the "disability
r- phen Foster, while th elazy Su- some instances modest and below freee" provided* by .the 1954
d wannee itself rolls along beside the other year-to-year increases, point Amendmenta to the, Social Security
i- Memorial. to Florida's continued forward step- Act, John V Carey, district mana
. Under construction was the new ping- on firm ground, the Florida ger of the Panama ., social se-!
i- carillon tower that eventually will State Chamber of Commerce corn- curity office announced ts,.week. X' k| S ',
e fill the beautiful park with the in-mented yesterday. -..'. freeze provisions \ i
e spired Foster melodies that Ameri- Official. measures of .the state's protect .th..benefit rights built up
- ca loves so well It is fitting that pace are listed in this week's busi by persons who, have worked regu-
s this wonderful national shrine be ness review of the State Chamber' lrniy' jobs dovered by the Social
; developed, and it is imperative that research and industrial division Security Law and who are disabled f, 'INN FORD lays down the law to rebelhous students ina scene from
g we take time to do the job right. Sales tax collections, through No- for a long period before reaching IMGMs "BLACKBOARD JUNGLE,"with Anne Francis, Lquis Calhern.
If you have not already visited the vemnber of this year, were 15 per j age 65. It provides that the worker's -... ..- .
n Memorial, do so at the earliest cent above the eleven month total rights to benefits will be preserved -
s opportunity for you will find it of 1954. Gasoline sales : 0: Oc- as they. stood at the time the work-
t well worth your while. tober, were more by 11 per cent or 'became disabled. For this rea-
S and department store sales gained son it is cal ledthe ::
f SGT. RALPH E. PLAIR- 16 per cent :: -:--. freeze".Itdoesnot provide any '-- -S eh
- MOTOR SGT. AT CAM PGORDON IBank the best single ma- payment before age 65. < T S
S ICAMP GORDON, GA--Sergeant sure of : --- were more The law provides that those per- th te a oun.f
First Class Ralph E. Plair has been this year through b y:: :-. by 'so. who, have been employed un- usua, t 1 sa lor wteal pton u ari offer and
Class,-Ralp the peiects oluion Giv Books of Happonee$ to
- assigned as Motor Sergeant for the 20 per cent, than. last.year. Electric er social security fto 5 years out a d u nafre da yo'l li.v wek otftnl".Z-
- 167th Signal Co. of the Signal Corps production for general use regis- of the last 0 years before ur.; ..lythis o-- i o
i Unit Training Group here. tered a per cent increase through disabled and at least half the time Boo.ofipp..o, aa a ble in e.o.nt.
I d Plair served as motor sergeant the first nine months while electri- n the I'ast 3 years before becoming .o. o y
- on both sides of the world before city produced .ty 7. :. -:-._ ..,,.-, e are :-. -: for the freeze
his present Signal Corps Training plants for their rown uses we nt p if they are :. .disabled.
a Center assignment. He spent 15 5per cent. .Only those indi~d ials v.: --.,
months in Germany and a year in "The value of building permits is. : .; disabled ang have a 1,:.. .' -,
Korea. His decorations, include the sued, through July, and the number ty which can be .expected to be of
Good Conduct Medal, National De- ,0of new dwelling units both were .:: : .. and. ... :-. dura,
fense ribbon, European Occupation greater by 18 per cent this year. ltion may .. .. for the freeze. The aiq ,
ribbon, Korean Service ribbon and Total sales of all ::: .': 1_- ... must-, prevent ;: indi- .. .


U. N. Service ribbon.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Plair of Port St. Joe and
lives with his wife and son, Mi-
chael, at Augusta, Ga.

Nitrate poisoning
Nitrate. poisoning sometimes oco
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ENTIRE FAMILY


'Florida farmers, growers and ran-
chers were better by almost 5 per
cent .-. -: August, as compared
with a national drop of 4 per cent.
'Total. non-agricultura'l mploy-
ment in October this year was 4
per cent above October 1954, Man-
efacturing employment, wap up a
more than 2 per cent.
The number of employees of ho-
tels ncreade'd 18 per .. .
trade 6 per cent; .,' -, insur-
ence and real estate 4 per cent,
contract construction over 3r per
cent and government employment
almost 5 per cent. The only, appra'
cable deviation was a 5 per cent
lessenl'i of wholesale trade em-
oloyment.


. .! from performing any sub-
. --.. a l work.
Carey urges all those who feel
they are for the "freeze"
to contact the social security office
at '22., Mercer )venue, Panama
City, or have someone contact he
office for. them. '
before August 1, 1957 ean : 'vr
a period of disabilty beginning as
far back a 1941. Those -. Sar
July 35, 1957 can. go back no more
than one year.

Gare ns
A few minutes once a week, or as
needed, :with a good dust gun and a
'good dust.will save a garden ',
may be. destroyed by insects and
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Part St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESURY R. AMsSEY, Editor and Publisher
Ale Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper -
Entered as second-cla smatter, December 19. 1987, at the
Pgtoflfie, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
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The spoken word Is vde scant attention; the printed word
a thghtfully we hedThe spoken word barely aser
the printed wod orcghly cnoveines. The spoen wor
% lst- the P rinted remain.

THE RAFFLE AND THE LAW
(From The Tallahassee Democrat)
The Leon County Grand Jury, which when
it wants to can be the most powerful citizens'
agency, last week looked into the growing prac-
time of religious and civic organizations conduct-
ing raffles to raise money for charitable purposes.
It reported to the public that it felt "any
such raffles as are illegal should cease" and call-
ed on law. .F-,.. -,, -'Ai ..f. -i.:. to stop those
which the Attorney General says violate the
lottery, laws.
This in a sense is passing the buck to Attor-


ney Getneral Richard Ervini;, but he has time
after time shown that he takes a very literal view
of the language of the law on lotteries and
doesn't hesitate to express it.
He has an almost standard ruling which
lays down this yardstick according to the laws
of Florida and decisions of the Supreme Court:
There is a lottery and a violation of the
gambling laws if:
1. A thing of value is given, as a prize.
2. There is a substantial element of chance
in the contest.
8. There is a consideration involved in en-
tering the contest. (Meaning .something must
be purchased to enter .the contest.)
The law doesn't make a distinction t-," .- ,-
gambling to raise money for worthy purposes
and gambling for selfish, private gain. Nor does
it say because the Legislature has seen fit to
permit gambling on racing and jai alai that any
other type of gambling is allowed.
S those who are : :1' -..; a -raffle have
a rule of ;..:. i.: before them.
They '. ji have the Sheriff or Chief of
Police check their plans with the Attorney Gen-
eral
If thd Attorney General says it isn't a lot-
tery, .., '. in the clear.
If he says it would be a lottery, or if ",-';
~: .. to ask his ":, they are '--: _!, v-,i'- 2_7
with their own consciences and gambling on the
-that their -. '-. r.b', will help them
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and o gasoline taves. These coun-
ties, he continued, will not relin-!
quish their power in the legislature
until they have confidence that the!
Governor will safeguard their in-:
terests and consider their needs.

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: E of the easements that are required
MINUTES OF E doneo th an bey P.M. Gives Thanks SANTA CLAUS
MINUTES OF TE done to '-. ,this aney
is available to this for this purpose a ____ __ _
COUNTY COMMISSION I The County Attoiey advised the Board, ro M l C prain
that pursuant to telegram and opinion from C Port St Joe, Fla
the .' S general of the State of Flor- .
7 ida, *.'-. r of :. .....missioners of Dec. 10, 1995
S" :: :: .: ..,"',.:, to make any Postmaster Chauncey 0ostin ex-
MINUTES OF BOARD OF COUNTY r ,, ,,-,::--- eatery ot Dear Santa Claus
COMMI8SIONERS, GULF COUNTY, FLA. I *... .- his thanks to everyone n am 9 years old my name is
DECEMBER 6, 1955 Museum Prt St Joe for their coperaton y y n e
The Board of County Commissioners of TL' .I.- Engineerrt J c Henley. I li ,at 208 6th St.
Gulf Florida met this date in regun- an -- ,'. ...... ., s o' f ar on the =n4al Mail Early e o I live.t 8 th St
atr :".- session The : : The sane', .- .,: PltBook l'Page 67o for ChulstmAV- campaign Time is- yo me 4 p
bears were present: George -",,; The Farm A his monthly hrstmas ampagn ime Iea s a weet e I
man,. 0 arden, Sr., report and. ,_... The same now ..I..d)! runnifig out for late plastic tea set, a sweet sue I
Parker G0. Hart and J ..: was filed. a to ad a Mr. potato
Shenf and Attorneys wers -: : '. The chairman req .. .-" ma ler. The postmaster urges that a y and a Mr potato
The meeting eame to o ., lerk and s a I want I will go now.
Smeetinu e eto e o: .m : -- you use air parcel post for gift head tha is al I w t I will go now
The minutes of November 8 and 25,mt- to be held .' .- ,: packages and air mail postage for Love
logs were read, orrel -. and i 'iM
adopted. The Chairman ,., mm-. All bills were eaamtned, approved and your qhristmas cards going to oth- Peggy Anna Henley
utes of November 8, with reference to his ordered
vote on a motion. The minutes reflect St Ther o further business to ome er. stances Cards for-locl delivery
the Chairman did not vote as shown n before '. : at this time, the meeting should be sent by first-elas mail. Dear Santa
line 6 of page 427, but the Chairman ild did then adjourn.
vote for the motion ATTEST Records are toppling in both out- I want a terri lee doll for me and
re 0. B en Mothore ad M Marti .. Y Core George ooer going and ln-coming Christmas mail I want a baby buggy.
'-*" Mobile D; .. -, "" -, -- -and every postal employee Is digg- Janet Stafford
Bi-.. ._. ...-' ',. ', .:-... f sr l' ux, k ing in for the final big rush. If you Palm Blvd.
to ." The fnngerke end of the ele- will cooperate by mailing now, your
a.in .: ... .. -. *,. ,. ,,t, -u .= trunkSi is 80 Christmas cards and gifts will ar-
s.e d ... : awkward leok ig animal a oven it the postmaster and his hard-work- curs as a result of cattle eating
o =.uda ---- -: .,,,, untie knots with fta r-
sod* H'^ M t-the .ard- a t ing staff by. taking care of all straw, corn stalks, and sugar heel
ve money in .it budget to finance the This on your printin- a sign of aliy hristma mailings t


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Planning For The Meets For Bible Study
The Woman's Missionary Union
Governor's Race of the Highland- View Baptist
Church met Monday aftrneoon at
ST. PETERSBUIRG, (PNS) Far- the church for the Bible study pro-
ris Bryant said here last week he gram with eight members and one
is seriously-thinking of running for visitor present.
Governor next year. I Rev. L. F. Adams read 2 Kings,
' The Ocala lawyer and former 4:10; -Proverbs 31:20; Matthew
speaker of the house added his de- 27:35;, Matt. 14:3; Romans 16:1
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Governor LaRoy Collius will seek Luke 32:87 and 38 and Acts 1:1 as
re-election. He stated that a satis- scripture and from which he spoke
factory reapportionment of the leg- on the women of the Bible and
islature will be an impossible task outlined the work they did during
until the election of a governor Biblical times. He concluded the
who has the confidence of all sec- program with a prayer.
tions -of the state, ,
Bryant added that the average
annual per : ,;1- income in North ,- .
Florida counties is $1,000, and 70
per cent of the old people, as well
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County Refuses To Purchase Easements

For Big River Dredging No Money Set

(From the Gulf County Breeze) deepening the Apalachicola River.
The County Commissioners have 'A. L. Martin, Head of the Land Ac-
taken action which, if it remains quisition Department, and 0. B.
unchanged, will bring the Apa- Moore, Project Acquisition Mana-
lachicola River Project to an ab- ger, both of the District Army En-*
rupt halt. gineers' Office, Mobile, Alabama,
' This Is the opinion of two rep-; estimated that the cost to the coun-
resentatives of the District Engin- ty in securing the necessary ease-
ear's Office. ments would be in the neighborhood i
Tuesday morning at its regular of $5,000.
monthly meeting, the Board agreed About a month ago, the Mobile
that it had no money to pay for office notified the Board that the
the necessary easements needed by 'Board would have to secure cer-
the District Engineers for dumping tain easements along the west side
sediment scheduled to be dredged of the Apalachicola River before
up when the engineers go to work the engineers could let contracts


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on the dredging. The easements
must be secured at the expense of
the county since the engineers have
no funds for this purpose.
HIGHLIGHTS
Here are the highlights of the
story as it' developed a't the Tues-
day meeting:
Martin told the Board that in
1948 the 'County Board voted to
support the Apalachicola Project.
On the basis of this vote of sup-
port and similar support from five
other counties concerned, in Aug-
ust, 1948, Congress passed an ap-
propriation, giving the Army En-
gineers the go ahead signal.
Before the engineers can let bids
for the required dredging, however,
.they must secure, : :. the
county commissioners, a set of
property easements granting them
permission to dump sediment on
private property along the river
route
EASEMENTS NEEDED
In Gulf County, fhe engineers
need .primary easements on 16
"spoil" areas (where they will dump
sediment) and six perpetual ease-
Sments on cut-off areas. The spoil


areas cover 40 acres each. '. the area involved was swaml
After the Mobile men imparted land that even a wild gues could
this information, Attorney for the be ridiculously wrong, in
Board David C. Gaskia told t&e asked Moore itf the Army r.,
Board and the visitors.that title eers couldn't :.r..- .... the *Board
.:... : and abstract of title descriptions of the -
-:. ,,: t. needed for the cut-off since they had already made ezten
areas, that landowners must 'be con- Sive surveys of the river route
tacted, approval secured, that des -".- said that if the engineers
criptions of land must be secured could get ownwship information
and that, possibly, surveys, must on the easement forms which they
be made to determine property earlier the county
boundaries, etc., and -that there could get the descriptions. It
was no money, available in the was ... -- roughly, that
county coffers for these and other '.r owner
easement project-connected expens- would be affeeed.
es. FEBRUARY DEADLINE
It developed in the course of this Martin then told the Board tha'
conversation that Stimrad Lumber the necessary easements must be
.--._. :- and A.- S Mitchell would "'. by February, 16, -. .
,.o large property owners blds for the dredging were sched
-"- .-3 Stimrad, Gaskin said, is uled to be let. Without title to thE
understood to have indicated it, ': i.: he said, the contract!
will give the necessary right-of. "1." not be let.
way.- Mitchell's o, on the George W. Cooper, Chairman o
matter was not known. the Board, after sounding out thi
The Board then asked Max Kil- Board members, told Moore :,-,
bourn, County Engineer, to make .7 tthat the necessary mone3
a wild guess as to the coat of get- for securing the easement wa- r. .
ting it:: .. :-,hi of the land ino .. i and that the Board .
evolved. Kilbourn said that so much determine no .. i way at thi


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time of raising th money required, could not upplenet the budgt.-',
The Board was. sorry.. Yes, was th6 reply, tne board did';
Martin wanted. to know-if.there have taxing power. bu 'axes hal
was .any type of organization in already been asss .e, s i., sa .
the county which would be willing rm'.('e of fact, we-ir? teei tIihan
to take over the "county obliga- 95 per cent collected
tion." Chairman Cooper and Attor- tle board ha-.i ..
ney Gaskin replied that county easement business i- t n Ch.ir:".
support for the dredging of the big Cooper stated, it *::'.. ',' .,.s
river was. weak inasmuch as there plans for it in the 'dg.' ..-
appeared to 'be no benefit-present Martin then wanted r ,w ,tiiai n
or future-to be derived in dredg- the board's next '' -, :-'... b- 1 "it
ing the big river channel, this matter. After 'Ui.'i : .t "i, s -
At this point, Martin stated board, Cooper an:,.rre .ha.i tah
that if Gulf County cannot secure board would'.seLd .. ler : '7.:-
the necessary easements, "it will Harry Bisbort, d,.'rt g .
stop the whole project." and tell him in wr'. '. .
Comm. Whitfield asked Martin just told his two a..:.:.-.-.:
why the District Engineers would 'That is, that the a.:.:- ,:si:'. ,o
not agree to dredge the ... 'ahead with securing easemien:- A
:.- and help s4eamboating g., ;this time because it doesn't hr- e
started on the river again. Martin: the financial wherewithal.
: :.J and said the Commissioner ... :
should refer that question to the Attend Legion Meetfng
Army Engineemr W P. Comforter, Arthur LuTI.'
Moore asked the board if :, --'. Bill Smith and Mac :,.:. -,'i. at-
was any way of supplementing the tended d. district m. '-:: .v he
county budget to raise the neces- American Legion in 'r:* nr .nr..
sary funds. Martin wanted to know z- .;', -condAucted by the -:- :-1.:
if the board didn't have taxing commander, Arthur '-.( .;
power. No, was the reply, the board Tallahassee.



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NEWS FROM
Iighland View
By MAItTHA RAY

% and Mrs. WArrnen Yeager and
H. A. Butts and Misses Melba
BetLy Bitts'inotored to Chipola
lay it attend Rev. Roy Sher-
reiwaL
r and 76r& Hurlis MMillan of
MOara Ga., spent a few days


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Whole Family C.mera, flash $ 95
and Case


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their guest for the week end, Mrs.
Mary Pitts of Blountstown. She is
the sister of rs. Jim Godwin,
Misses Mavis Butts, Margie Ro-


with Mrs. Fannie Mae McMfllin.
Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan and
Mrs. Lucille Williame spent a few
days in Mobile, Ala., visiting with
relatives and on business.
Master Sgt. and Mrs. Willie J.
Ludlun of Germany is visiting his
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. McQuaig and his mother, Mrs.
J. R. Wilkins of Wewahitchka. He
has been in Germany for almost
10 years. He will be stationed at
Fort Hood, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin had as


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I


gers, Patty Redd, Martha Ray,
Barbara Gay, Gene Adklns and
Rev. Douglas Newsome attended
the Methodist Youth Fellowship
sub-district Tuesday, December 13
at St. Andrews,. Methodist Church.
Church School Conference
The annual church school confer-
ence was held at ,St. Andrews, Mon-
day, December 12 at 7:30 p.m. The
guest speakers were the Rev. Fred.
Hadley and Rev. W. L. Cox. All
churches were being represented
thdre., The Assembly of God Church
her ein Highland View won the
1956 commentary for being 100 per
cent:
SP-2 Alonzo Knight -has returned
home after being in Japan for two
years. He will be stationed at Fort
Bragg, North Carolina.
SP-2 Alonzo and Mrs. Knight
spent the past week motoring to
Fort Bragg, North Carolina. 7" -
toured many other points and re-
turned home Wednesday.
Misses Martha Ray and Margie
Rogers attended the Christian Wit-
ness program that was hold at
First Methodist Church in Panama
City. They were sent to Wewa-
hi'tchka to attend the youth pro-
gram there and stayed with Mr.
-and Mrs. Dave Gaskin,
PAUL E. RAMSEY
ADVANCED IN RANK
-- .:'.., : D. C. (OHTNC))
-The Bureau of Naval Personnel
authorized the advancement No-
vember 16 of Paul E. T s._ son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Ramsey
of 1027 Long Ave., Port St. .,* to
dental technician second class,
while serving aboard ..
marine tender US'S 'S.r-' 'San
Diego, Calif,
SThe advancement was the result
of world-wlde examinations con-
dnucted in August.


Fireworks Display- Friday : PM


JESSE D. STRICKLAND
SERVING IN HAWAII
BAiRBER'S POINT, Hawaii -
Jesse D. Strickland, fireman, USN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Strick-
land of Port St. Joe, Fla., is serv-
ing at the Naval Air Station, Bar-
ber's Point, Hawaii.
The air station supports all Na-
val air operations in this area. Dur-
ing the Korean conflict it serviced
fleet and transport suqadrons sup-
plying the UN forces with air car-
gos and replacement personnel.
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scoops

DABIES groW up so quickly!
LBefore we know it, they're
enjoying the same foods as the res,
of the family.
One of the first sturdy foods Babh
!I:1',.f after he Iia.. 'b-, baby
stage is to '.ule'i soup
S.*)ne-year-olds are. ready fto
Y-,;' -;..- can have it before. I
all depends upon Baby's rate o(
development. HiS doctor will knog
when he's ready.
To make "- -: 'p easy fo#
Baby, separate the solid partlclei
from the liquid. Then he can eat
them with a spoon And drink the
iquid from a cup. And be sure the
Solip's not too hot. Doctor, recom.
mend the '.': '.; soups as "grow.
ing .up" foods for Baby:
MNS
Tomato Chicken with
"'" ~;. Rice
SBeet Chicken Noodle
.Vegetarlia Cream of
Celery
Be ; Beef
Crewm of Green Pea
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IS THE TIME TO BUY
Christmas Seals
and use them on all,
your gift packages.


OPERATION SEASUAPE gets under way as two were threatened by attack, similar "real-McCoy"
of 60 participating powerboats shove off with a* evacuations might be needed urgently to take
load of evacuees, .while Civil Air Patrol planes stranded people out of isolated coastal areas,
fly reconnaissance overhead. If the United States islands or urban waterfronts. (Baltimore Sun PhoW)
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'TURN YOUR A4'
SMALL CHANGE ,
INTO BIG MONEY /t// ,
A nick dime p: .: ... .- to the next
paper mon. 4 25 i one --
Sleaming .. T B -f ossid in
ORE tiS ANOTHER SERVICE OF...


inter driv i "I ,
ice and ',, .i
...' head for 'i ... .. r .'-i.. .
S'- a half dozen driving
'- that shoOi,1 .-. troubia
-, 1) r- :,-iu,, ;.*,-,, don'i
'- the weatherman. 'for-'
(2) .Get the "feel" '
-- windshield clea1
Use t.. .... tires
.. .'. brakes to slow
of stop *' F.:.'.. at a safd
distance. I
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r, trailers on the .:T, ..
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Christmcist me will bring many
to)s to inainy youngsters but this
year indications are that highway
transpulttoys (trucks, trailers and.
the liket will be among the most
popular.
Washington, D. C. newsmen re-'
port that Congress in its next ses-
sion will pass a highway building
program but will defeat plans to
change the national transport
policy.a
Merr Lhristmas-Happy New
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please bring to the attention of the Corn- er Hallmark and upon a vote there were ayes
mission at their next meeting in order that three, nays none.
the minutes may contain this information: The Mayor recommended that the City
MINUTES OF. THE Chapter 2-459, Laws of Florida, Acts oT Commission study and work out plans to
f *ITy Aft IS laO 1963, provides that al lthe money which is make additional sewer and water connections
IY | | OLLy I SSflJ ljJION receives by the City of Port St. Joe within in the colored area of Port St. Joe and
two years from and after JJanuary 1, 1951, then adopt an ordinance requiring that all
from the Race Track Funds and Municipal homes in that area connect to City water
Amusement Tax is earmarked and set aside and sewer system. This recommendation was
in trust for the purpose of beautification, agreeable with other council members pres-
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the maintenance and upkeep of Municipal Parks, ent.
City Commission of the City of Port recreational facilities and playgrounds in The Mayor stated that he had asked Mr.
St. Joe, Florida held in the Municipal the City of Port St. Joe. After the year Tom Coldewey ,a representative of the St.
Building on the 6th day of December 1956, this Act will be ineffective insofar as Joe Paper Company to draw plans and
A.D., 1955 at 8:00 p.m. any appropriation is concerned. specifications for ten additional rooms for
The regular meeting of the City Commis- Chapter 29460, Laws of Florida, Acts of the Municipal Hospital and that Mr. Col-
sion of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida 1953, provides that the first $12,000.00 dewey had agreed that such plans and speci-
was held at this time with Commissioners received by the City from the one-cent fications would be at no cost to the City.
Ramsey, Hallmark, -and Mayor Sharit pres. Municipal Gas Tax Revenue levied by the Commissioner Hallmark stated that some
ent Clerk Henderson was also present. City, beginning with and from and after complaints had been received regarding the
Minutes of the regular meeting of Novem- January 1, 1954, is earmarked and set unsightly situation at the City garbage
ber 15, 1955 were read and approved, aside to be placed in a cemetery trust fund dump. The City Council agreed that attempts
Several insurance agents and solicitors for the purpose of the acquisition of ceme- would be made to improve the existing con-
were present inquiring as to restrictions tery lands and the initial cost of construe- editions at the City dumping area.
that had been placed on the colored section tion of said cemetery. After this $12,000.00 The ayor recommended that the fity
of Port St. Joe prohibiting soliciting and has been used for these purposes, this Act Commission authorize a loan of $3000.00
collection in that area after certain evening is ineffective insofar as any appropriation to the local Chamber of Commerce to pro-
hours. Mr. W. M.' Sweat, manager of the is concerned, vide funds for their expenditures in connee-
Independent Life and Accident Insurance Please bring these matters to the atten- tion with the museum dedication program
Company sated that it was difficult in- tion of the Commission at their next meet- to be held on December 16, 1955. Comn-
some cases to make collections from some ing. missioner Ramsey moved that this authori-
of the colored people until after the restrict- Very truly yours, nation of the loan be granted. This was
ed hours that had been established. /s/ Cecil G. Costin, Jr._ seconded by Commissioner Hallmark and
Mayor Sharit recommended to hold col- City Attorney upon a vote there were ayes three, nays
lectors to 6:30 P.M., EST Monday through The Mayor directed dthe City Clerk to none.
Thursday each day for the period from determine ot the eind of the year 1955, The City Clerk read aloud Resolution No.
October 1 through March 31 and until 9:00 the total amount that the City had received 245 as follows:
P.M. on Friday oply and until 6:30 P.M., durinm- the years 1954 and 1955 from race RESOLUTION 245
EST on 'Saturday's, and that each solicitor track funds, amusement tax and gasoline WHEREAS, St. Joseph Land and Develop.
or collector be required to get a written tax revenues and also determine the total ment Company, by its duly authorized offi-
permit from the City Clerk's office author- expenditures by the City for the years cials, has requested that the City of Port
izing them to 'make collections or solicits- 1954 and 1955 for development and up- St Joe close, vacate and abandon a certain
tions in the colored section on the basis keep of Municipal Parks and recreational public street hereinafter 'described for the
outlined in the above mentioned hours Corn- facilities and also the total expenditures reason that it is the intended site for a
missioner Ramsey moved that the Mayor's by the City toward development of' ceme- new industry which intends to locate in
recommendations be approved. This was sec- tery grounds. said City; and
-onded by Commissioner Hallmark and upon Mayor Sharit stated that the Parent WHEREAS, St. Joseph Land and Develop-
a vote there were ayes three, nays none. Teachers Associatio nhad requested that the ment Company is the owner of lands abutt-
The Mayor stated that Mrs. Minerva Me- City Council appoint a committee to work ing said street and said street serves no
Lane had presented a bill in the amount with them in planning for youth recreation useful purpose to the public; Now, therefore,
of $150.00 for three extra Sunday visits facilities. The Mayor recommended that iMr BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COM-
for the purpose of administering anesthetics Tom Coldewey be appointed as Chairman MISSION OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. JJOE:
to Municipal Hospital patients. Commissioner of that committee. Whereupon Conmmission- Section 1. That the following described
Ramsey moved that this bill for extra ser- er Hallmark moved that Mr. Tom Coldew'y public street, 50 feet in width, in the City
vices be paid. This was seconded by Com- be appointed as chairman of the committee of Port St. Joe, be and the same is hereby
missioner Hallmarkand upon a vote there to represent the Parent Teachers Associa- vacated and abandoned as a public street
were ayes three, nays none. tion. This was seconded by Commissioner or roadway:
Mayor Sharit read the following letter Ramsey and upon a vote there we e es Starting at the intersection of the Eas-
from the City Attorney. three, nays none.t Srlin t w e ino ntU oH th ; y 98 n
November 21, 1955 Mayor Sharit recommended dthatl inc l tey RW line of U. S. Highway 98 and'
Mr. R. W. Henderson the Memorial Library in the City Hall h. il tie Northo we staerly R-W line of enney's
City Auditor and Clerk been previously donated to the City by the Mill Road a distance of 1100 fee to a
Port St. Joe, Florida Port St. Joe Woman's Club, that the City point of beginning. From the point of
Dear Mr. Henderson Clerk be authorized to direct Mrs. J. begiming run thence iii a Northwesterly
sdhireenavt ion Avenueoina cstrai lnetoanhdt
Pursuant to request by the Mayor, I am Connell, an employee in the City Clerk's dirction a straight ln t h i-
herewith submitting the following informa- office to assume the responsibility of n- section of Jefferson Street and Washing-
tion concerning local bills which were pas- brary operations. Whereupon Commissioner to n Avenue in McClellan and D ickens
sed b ythe Legislature affecting the City of Ramsey moved that this recommendation be Subdivision, according to the Plat on file
Port St. Joe during gthe 1953 session, which adopted. This was seconded by Commission- in uthe office of tl e Clek of the Circuit
Section 2. That a certified copy of this
resolution be furnished to the Clerk of
Circuit Court of ulf County, Florida, to
A L T E I E rieeorded in his office.
I INTRODUCED AND PASSED by the City
Commission of the City of P.);t St. Joe,.
S Florida, at a regular meeting held on tao
SC A N U 6th day of December, A. D. 1955.
J. L. SHARIT
Mayor-Commissioner
C rBATTEST:
/s/ R. W. HENDERSON
S"- City Auditor and Clerk
Connemissioner Ramsey moved that Reso
lotion No. 245 be adopted. This was sec-
onded by Commissioner Hallmark and upon
nefl fU' C' a vote there- were ayes three, nays none.
hand The Cit Clerk presented plans submitted
by Mr. John Robert Cmith for a duplex
ICE CTOR dwelling to be located on Lot 20, Block 52,
SC City of Port St. Joe. After examination of


~ Coty Monday on business.
NEWS FROM Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams and
OAK RGROVE daughter Chris spent several days
O G R VE in Lynn Haven visiting with friends
By HELEN NORRIS and relatives.
- iSgt. and Mrs. Jack Goodman and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and daughter Debora of Fort Benning,
children of Panama City were the Ga., spent several days visiting
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Goodman.
Carl Deese. Mr. and Mrs. James Young of
Wallace Hall of Marianna spent Tyndall Field were the week end
several days visiting with his par- guests of the latter's parents, Mr.
ents Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland HaIL and Mrs. W. C. Wilson.
Mrs. Boncille Linebargar of Tyn- Mrs. Asa Montgomery had as
dall Field spent Thursday visiting her guests over the week end, Mr.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. s. T. A. Simmons, Mr. and
B. Dykes. Mrs. Jewell Lamons of Tampa; Mr.
Rev. Joseph Anderson was theand Mrs. T. C. Simmons of Jack-
guest speaker Wednesday evening sonville and her father, N. A. Sim-
at the Oak Grove Assembly of God mons of Tampa.
Church. _"
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Lightfoot Star Want Ads Get Result,.
and children Alice Jean and Bobby -
Glen motored to Dothan, Alabama Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS
Friday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jeffcoat of
-Donaldsonville, Ga., were the Sun- ....
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jun- **i '
ior Jeffcoat. "- .,
Mrs. A. W. Murphy and son, Jun-
ior returned home Sunday after
spending several weeks visiting ,
with friends and relatives in Flint,
Michigan. -
Mr. and Mrs. Willys Liptford and
children of Marianna were the Sun- ,
day guests of the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall. ^ %
We are sorry to say 'that Melba .. ...
Jo Brooks is ill and her many
friends wish her a speedy recovery. Make Your Hon
Mrs. D. H. Shealy, Mrs. Nelson k
Gardner and Mrs. Toby Worley Christias decora
and daughter motored to Panama
Please help us to ser
the proposed building plans Commissioner lay-aO
Ramsey moved that the City Council dis-
approve the building request due to the
fact that the proposed duplex building plans
did not conform to existing buildings in
that particular area and also that the plans
did not indicate sufficient living area for W
each family. This wa sseconded by Com- O
missioner Hallmark and upon a vote there
were ayes three, nays none.
There being no further business, Commis- Port St. Joe
sioner Ramsey 'moved to adjourn. This was Port St. Joe
seconded by Commissioner Hallmark and
lnont a vOte there were aye threa nayv non.


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CHRISTMAS TREES
Table Size --- $1.39 to $1.79
Lead Icicles -------10c and 25c
Tinsel Garlands -25c and 49c
Aluminum Roping --------49c
Angel Hair 25c
Tree Tops 19c and 29c'
Tree Ornaments 15c to 29c box
Tree Ornaments-- 5c to j15c ea.
Tree Lights ---.- 89c to $2.49 set
Extra Bulbs ---- 7c, 14c, 17c ea..

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ve you in the best manner possible by taking your
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-t nere were ayes unree, nays none. 11--1


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Pay sale and retail trade ah'd thW'e
Unemplvioyment ay ce industries as the winter t
Drops $28,000 In Nov. ist season picks up.
"However the fact that payrmn'
are actually less although themain
November payments to unem- mum weekly benefit was raised t
played workers covered under Un- $26 from $20 by the 1955 -Le"gi"""-
employment -Compensation Laws ture,' and that weeks of cdvere
totaled $800,707, a drop of $28,000 unemployment showed a big,,drp
under November of last year, even indicates an improved Florirda-
though the benefit rate is now high- economy this fall over last year,f
er, reports Industrial Commission Vocelle said. "This continue-
Vocelle said. Ths contu0
Chairman James T. Vocelle. downward trend begun in ,,ApiIl;
Jobless workers received benefit since which time there have been-
payments for 40,148 weeks, which fewer payments in :jiinui el each
was 7,300 fewer than November month than the same month 'of
of 1954, a decline of 17 per cent. y
The drop from October (1955) was last year" ,
even greater, amounting to 408,000 -
less money and 34 per cent fewer ro .it
ks- A single ton ol hig i-carbon, cole
"weeks.-. rolled strip steel wi1il produce a mil.
A drop from October was expect- Uon safety razor blade&
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Methodist Choir Will auditorium for the regular meeting Iunder the direction of Mrs. Warren of students from grades one, two
Present Xmas Cantata of the Elementary PTA. Mrs. John Maddox and Mrs. Ray Hazelwood. and three.
Linn, music director as the school Several musical numbers will be The program will start at 8:00
;Students of the Elementary will have charge of .the 'pageant. presented .by a chorus composed p.m. tonight.
school will present a Christmas A pageant will be presented by of students of grades four, five and
program in the Elementary school students from the second grades six and by a cherub choir composed I Advertising doesn't cost-It PAYS


Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Glassglow


of Port St. Joe announce the birth
of a son, Daniel Quinn on Decem-
ber 7 in the Municipal Hospital. The
baJby weighed 6 lbs., 14 oas. Mrs.
Glassglow is the former Helen Jo
Vaughn.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lee (Red)
Parker of Marvin Avenue announce
the births of twins, a girl, Debra
Elizabeth, 6 lbs., 7 oza and a boy,
I Maurice Lee, Jr., 5 lbs., 3 ozs. on
December 8 in the Municipal Hos-
pital. Mrs. Parker is the former
Elsie Elizabeth Smith of Panama
City.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey
of this city announce the birth of
a daughter, Carol 4illian on De-
cember 7 in the Municipal Hospital.
The baby weighed 7 lbs., 7 ozs.
Mrs. Ramsey is the former Fren-
chie Wooden.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harmon of
Port St. Joe announce the birth
of a son, Samuel Lewis on Decem-
ber 11 in the Municipal Hospital.
The baby weighed 6 lbs., 2 ozs.'
Mrs. Harmon is the former Maryt
Ritch. I
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harold
Coleman of Port St. Joe announce
the birth of a son, Richard Harold,
Jr., on December 11 in the Muni-
cipal Hospital. The baby weighed
four lbs., 11 ozs. Mrs. Coleman is
the former Patricia Ann Jeffcoat
of this city.

Elementary Students To
Present Program To PTA
The choir, of the First Methodist
Church will present a Ohristmas
cantata, "Carol of The Bells", on
this coming Sunday evening at the
church at 7:30 p.m. The program
will be directed by Bill Cowden.
This is a beautiful cantata and
officials of the church feel that the,
public will thoroughly enjoy it.
The people of Port St. Joe and
surrounding communities are given
a cordial invitation to attend.

Hinote Presides Over
Band Boosters Meet
The Band Boosters met Thursday
night in the band room of the Port
St. Joe High School for their regu-
lar monthly meeting.
Terry Hinote, president of the
group, presided over the meeting.
A financial report was given by
Mrs. W. E. Thursday, treasurer.
Mrs. Bert Munn reported on the
calendar and stated that there were
several calendars yet to be sold.
A report on the new band instru-
ments was given by Mr. Dean. Mr.
Hinote gave a report on the meet-
ing which was held in Wewahitch-
ka with,the County Board. It was
decided by the group that the Band
Calendar would be continued next
year and that a committee would
be appointed by the chairman at
a later date. The next meeting will
be held on Thursday, January 12 in
the band room.,
To Spend Holidays Here
Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey, student
at Florida Sduthern College, Lake-
land, will arrive Saturday to spend
the Christmas holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Ramsey.
Donald Ramsey, student at Florida
State University, will arrive Friday
and be with his parents for the holi-
days.
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cafe combined with store facili- Lawrence Townsend. ltp
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FOR RENT: Apartments, furnished
and unfurnished. 522 3rd St.
Phone 7-9411. tf-12-8 FOR SALE: Two bedroom masonry
house near gramma rschool..Well
FOR RENT: iSmall unfurnished constructed.- Lifetime roof.. Will
house on Long Avenue. 1305 Long sell equity for $2300. Balance can
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house at IFOR SALE: Nice beach cottage. On
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Cow Girl Suits $4.50
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Hutch Foot Balls $2.98

Reg. $9.95 WICKER
Rocking Chair $6.50


Reg. 69c,- 113 PIECES
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Doll Carriages $7.50
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Doll Carriages $10.00
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Trombone $5.98
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Trumpet $2.98
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22" Bride Doll $9.95
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22" Boy Doll $5.95
Reg. $2.00
Bossy Toy $1.49
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Hilarious Horse $1.49
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Framer in bell $2.98
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Flying Trapeze $1.79
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Stroller Chime $1.49

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MusicSl Turtle $1.98

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Noah's Ark $1.49

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Spray Ray Gun 98c

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Toy Sink $1.59

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Ski Jumper $1.49

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Toy Pistol $1.49

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Toy Pistol 69c
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Toy Pistol 59c
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Cow Boy Suits $4.50

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MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
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days each month, 8:00 p. m.
Members urged to attend;
lIslting brothers welcome. W. L.
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