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 Material Information
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 22, 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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:01050

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PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper


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St. James Church Lists ; First Baptists To NewspapersCited For Telling Story
Christmas Activities t- ,. Observe Student Nite Of Florida Throughout The Popoulae
t ,3 James Church has scheduled mber mmunS Student Night at Christmas will
a .full calendar of services during 70m a.em; H'ol'y Iocents Day, be observed this Sunday night at Citing the newspapers of Florida across our country. People who
the holy Christian season of Christ- Wead0ay, a Bef9; u if -THoly 7:30 p.m. at the First Baptist and the country at large as impor- have never yet visited us are cer-
tmastide. Those who might care to Communion, 7:00 a.m. Church. The college student home ant factors in the growth of the tain that Florida offers them much.
worship with this congregation are 4C for the holidays will be in charge. !state, the December issue of Flor- "This is largely because of fav-
nmost welcome and -.t& --~- .-,a -i.a1ert.el h i The HTetheme of the program is:I ida Realty News pays tribute to orable reports from friends who
drawn to the olland ye tough; it I exten- Healls Us To Follow. "the excellent coverage which they have been. here and because
fat eoloThose ont r a l have given Florida's colorful past, of what they read in the newspa-
Christmas Eve, Saturday, Decem- siveW shoes, -clothes- clude Patsy Wilder, Jimmy Coating its enable year 'round climate, the pers and magazines. All of this is
ber 24, Holy Comm iSd.~~.' itns .tNtWIpickaa-.ad-. apols as Ronnie Chiam, and, Peggy PbiMyaw, countless advantages of life in cumulative," Hollenbeck observes,
nmon, 11:30 p.m.; Christmas Day, well as wood pulp. all of FSU; Robert Walters and Florida, and the state's brilliant fu- "and it is a mighty and powerful
Bill Ayers, of University of Florida; ture." force, working for Florida on a
,, llllllllllllllllllllllllllll llll~imlDlh 1 Sadie Arnette of Stetson; Mariet- Pointing out that publicity in the 'round the clock basis."
ta Chain of Judson. nation's press has brought count-
Sveryone is invited to attend. le thousands to this southernmost The worst floods in the modern
I state, the real estate paper --which -' of east Pakistan drowned
I St. James To Have Late is official publication of the *Flor- i of inhabitant along the
S*t on eida Real Estate Commission said and Ganges Rivers
7 IBB ChriStmas Eve Services that "oour own newspapers and their .I .


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Voices shall rise together in ida, erve us :. uon
T :praise and thanksgiving t St the home ron
J ames Eiscopal Church along "Florida's newspapers point the
about midnight on the night before way to home ownership, an urge
S -... It will 'be the occasion deep in every American heart," cthe, OOp.
of the traditional Episcopal Christ- publication said, and went on to
mas Eve midnight service. The ser- emphasize the fact in a separate
S- .. vice will begin at 11:30 p.m. and article by Chairman J. E. Hollen- G iO" a mI ort hk awnd
W -,-' will .consist of the ancient liturgy beck, Sro. that "we real estate
of the Holy Communion with its people are far from working alone .
attendant prayers, hymis and ser- in 'selling Florida.'
mon. "Many influences are at *ork in
The congregation of St. James' our behalf, the greatest of which ilml tart oppal her'p,',
-MU. C urn u.' hurch desires that it be made is the popular conception of Flor- g aI i pebrolw eit#ar
.E D known that all the friends of the da ,existing in the minds of people PYmta'lly 00ok tbwan.; drain
SChurc a mpBSity banis ato & 1-quart eas-
church are welcome to join in this erole. Sprinkle ppl and 'brown.
-''i^B 1 ll J A V S worshipful ',._, ,,-', greeting to Je- K a An b aae bao
CHRIS TMAOAS -~~G~R~O~V M LYT' arrange ban
K 31 t-" wnsus Chrigt OAK GROVE AaSEMBLY TO nlite an to B BSie In a moderate
s. GIVE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM evea (S .) about 0SO minutes.
'Loads of jolly ., :h&'.-OTH.OF" L BARKE The Oak Grove Assembly of God It makes 4 sern. 'Cover ca
MOTHER OF L BARKE rgle and wrap In newspapers t
Christmas ev, to our friends DIES IN TAMPA will eet the Christ R toti to
evernmas program, '. -- evening, Dee- alo
S our Mrs Margaret reman Ba ember 23, at 7:30 m Aemble the rest of the p
and customers om 84, of 905 ast Louisiana, Tamnpa, fods wile beans bake. Hot doE ,
died Sunday, December 11 in a The program entitled hy and ahallows for the kiddi
1po.p A .Aa.'t.e .se.. ... .. is in four sens and to toa t. Plenty ketchup, Bg i
T Tampa hospital. A native 0o sellerss .. .... .. .. .... .m Ii a
vila P a dr idei under the direction of Mrs Lloyd o potto epo ins, br psi
S" vilel, Pa, she ia resded in Ta- bananas. Chocoate (cakec ba
Da for 4O years. Mrs. Barke is ur- with the beans). And a jugful '
rived y hand, W m o The public a cordially invited someiehing cold drink 1 o
S one son, L. of to ttend o
.. St. Joe; one daughter, Mrs. .I"
W L Barnhart, Tampa, one sister,
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S. -, Ala, where '. wll visit I
with Mr. and Mrs. Hnte Russel
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Phone, dhy.7-3091 -- Nite, 7-4846
T* ul 1, *. ,., r! them to his home after .
We Repair Any Model OUTBOARD MOTORS a week here wath
'203 Thbid Street -- Beside Piggly Wiggly ._______._"

Forest Department Has
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Mountains are outstanding, the Star 1
matter being the watershed betweenI
the Colorado and Missouri River Advertis
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iFlorida Forest Service was given a
.a new fire plan for fu-
ture major fires. This plan will en-
"- the crews to work in more of
a. team and be better organized to
-'-,' a large fire.
The. program was conducted by
the I and E Forester -".:. W. Al-
of Panama City. 'The program
[ of a talk from Mr., All
by a movie of the nsw
plan actually in use
Attending the ,meeting was the
R .anger H. A. Hardy, J .o
ranger, L. V. ran-
Broward Wood, ranger an:
three .assistants, Rangers Colemau
George I 1 ,
S,- and -.. .. 'J. H. Pope.
The niseting was held at the St.
Joe Headquarters office on 7 -.. -
bher. 8.

Funeral Services Held
For Clarence Oliver
Funeral services were held for
r "... 67, at the Metho-
dist Church in Wewahitchka, Fri-'
day, Dec 9 at 2 00 p.m. Oliver died
Tuesday of last week following a
short illness in Bartow,
Funeral services were conducted
by Rev. Daniel of the Highland
View Church of "- assisted by
Rev. Wooten, pastor of the Metho-
diet Church in Wewahitchka.
Interment was in. Jehu Cemetery
at Wewahitchka.
^ -., iinclude his wife; two
sons, C. i- rr. of Highland View,
and Howard with the Uo S. Army
in Ft. Jackson, S. Co; one daughter,
Mrs. Elsie Mae 'Walker of Bartow;
one :... Floyd Oliver of We-
.' ,:, two sisters Mrs. Tl-
lie Flanders of Altha .and Mrs. Go-
rine Lowe of Bartow; and three
grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of local ar-
rangements.
The largest dragon tree in the
world is to be found at Icod, on the
island of Tenerife in the Canaries;
reputed to be nearly 3,000 years
old it has a circumference of near-
ly 60 feet.
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this A on your printing is a sign of quality.


"JOY TO THE WORLD...

SHere's our cheery carol for you -
'May all the joys of the H.:.:' a ,
be. ypurs on Christmas Day I ..

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"Yes, iadeed!ti .
"Virnia, your little friends are wrong. They have the=e-nobody can conceive or imagine all the won-
i been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age--. ders that are unseen and unseeable in the world.
they do not believe except what they see-they think "You tear apart the baby's rattle and-see what
that nothing can be which is not .-., :.". ..I' by makes the noise inside, but there is a,veil covering
.heir little minds. the unseen world which not the strongest man, or


"All minds, Virginia, whether they be med's or
children's, are little.
S "In this great universe of ours, man is a nere insect,
S an ant, in his intellect, as compared with the boundless
world about him, as measued by the intelligence
capable of grasping the whole of truth and knowledge.
"Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus
"He exists as certainly as love and generosity and
devotion exist, and you know that they abound and
give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how
dreary would be the world if there were no Santa
Claus! It would be as dreary as if there were no Vir-
ginias There would be no childlike faith then, no,
poetry, no romance to make tolerable this existence.
We should have no enjoyment, except iii sense and
sight. The eternal light with which childhood fiUs the
world would-be extinguished


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WFsLEy & .R~mawy, E, -Li"t. rand Publisher
Ala Lbnotype Operator, Ad<- Man, Floor Man, Calnmniat,
Repertet, Froof Reader and Bookkeeper
En tered as a sewd-class aht iat the
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even the united strength of all the strongest men that
ever lived, could tear apart. Only faith, fancy, poetry,
love, romance, can push aside the curtain and view
and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond.
"Is it all real?-ah, Virginia, in all this world there
is nothing else real and ii. *:W .
"No Santa Clausl Thank God!-he lives, and he
lives forever-a thousand years from now, Virginia,
nay, ten thousand yjars from now, he will condtigt
to make .. i the heart of childhood."


the WSCS opened the meeting with 'p
all singing carols. Prayer was then
led by Mrs. A. 'S. Chason. Mrs. Pat
Brinson rendered a solo, "Gentle
Mary". The program, "What Mem-
bership In The Woman's Society of
Christian Service and Wesleyan-
.. -:. Guild Means To Me" was
.-: -- : by Mesdames Patty Gib-
son, Elizabeth Thompson, Janet
King, Esther Temple, Alma Jones
and Gladys McCoy.
A solo, "'Sweet Little Jesus Boy"
was rendered by Miss Ruth Lynn
Ramsey. "Christmas Story", a read-
ing was given tby Mrs. Royce Dick-
e.ns Mrs. Ruth Ramsey gave an in-
teresting talk on the 15th anniver-
sary of the uniting of the Metho-
i:-.. churches and the forming of
Ithe Woman's Society of Christian
.- -. in 1940.
Siuicwe was. in charge of a rec-
reation period.' Little Karen King
sang "I Saw Mama Kissing Santa
.; ius", for the group. Games were
enjoyed and refreshments were ser-
ved to the 40 gu sts present. Mrs.
Albert Ward. .,:: Steve Dudro,
Mrs. C. W. Johnson and Miss Faye
". :,- -" ': were guests at the meet-
ling.


-T'-. HOUSE LOSS
FOR THE HOtLDAYS.
'Miss Margaret' Key, director of
the 'STAC House, announced this
week that the center would be clos-
ed on Christmas Eve and on New
Year's Eve because of conflicting
events.
A formal dance will be held Jan-
nary 6 beginning at 7:30 at the Par-
ish House.
Advertising- doesn't cost-it PAYS


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WSCS Celebrates

15th Birthday Singspi

A spirited evening was enjoyed During the
'December 19 at the Methodist re- held last S
ception room, amidst Christmas a brief busi
,decorations of holly greenery and decided to
huge lighted candles on the piano aspiration'
and the serving table, with the 15th mittee, Sing a
anniversary cake on one end. decided toS
I A Joint-fellowship meeting of nig t
the Woman's Society of Christian winter and
tService with the Wesleyan Service winter and
Guild as hostesses with Mrs. Mark summer.
Tomlinson as president. The next
Mrs. Ruth Ramsey, president of the Highla


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day. A quarter m j .- anges th em. uh.
'The "Conscience" slonb a halt dollars nd
paper money. 254 ad.. o" e ,
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Carols To Shut-Ins Christmas Eve w.ho want to d. T o l
Carol SI hut-ins hristmas Eve return between 10:00 and 11:0.0 for
PI refreshments In the basement of
ir ion Group Pans To Sinl L the First Baptist Church. Everyone
is invited.
e Singsplration that was Church. In order to, have light re-
unday night there was freshments the group decided to
ness session. The group to take an offering after each meet- IT'S
call themselves "Sing- ing. I A ELECTRIC
and the planning com- The first, project to be undertaken W AIL ELC RI
aspirationn Council. They is a Christmas carolling set for N
meet every other Sun- Chri as eve at 8:00 p.m. AllOMPANY
it 8:45 to 9:45 in the churches are invited to meet at the
9:15 to 10:15 in the First Baptist Church and leave FOR EXPERT
there at 8:00 to sing to the sick p
meeting will be held at and shut-ins. They will return at estrical Repairs
,nd View Methodist 9:00 for those who get off work and
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Plane Collision Kills 3; 3 Still Missing
Falling Debris Endangers Beach Houses


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on C(I- :stmas and hopethat His teaching :
on L...th ard Good Will to Men will _'f._


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George Y. Core
Clerk Circuit Court-
Gulf County
Harland Pridgeon
Tax Collector
Gulf County


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Samuel A. Patrick
Tax Assessor
Gulf County
Byrd E. Parker
Sheriff
Gulf County


Three air force fliers were dead
and three missing Tuesday morn-
ing, following a mid-air collision
of an air force B-29 bomber and a
F-86D jet fighter Monday evening
over the St. Joe Beach area, about
four miles north of Port St. Joe.
According to eyewitnesses, a big
explosion occurred in the ._ir when
the tvo planes ran together ard
showered, fire and debris over a
Iwide area of the beach fron- near
*Highland View to the Gulf Sands
tourist court.
The largest section of the wreck-
age-i-the nose of the B-29-- landed
on highway 98 just a bare few feet
from the first of the Anderson's
Cottages and contained the bodies
of the three men that had been
found as of Tuesdy morning.
Other sections of the ,:- fell
along the beach and in St. Joseph's
Bay. The jet fighter crashed in the
woods 'back of the Anderson Cot-
*tages, exploded and burned.
The part of the bomber contain-
ing the bodies of three- crewmen:
did not catch fire, so the oodles
were extricated whole and recog-
nizable. Tyndall authorities have
not yet made .:..: the identity of
the men.
_Lthough the area exposed to the
danger of falling debris is heavily
populated, no homes were hit and
nobody was hurt, other than the
fliers The Anderson cottage occu-
pied by John White -,:- : the
falling B-29 nose section by about
75 feet. 'Parts of the shattered
::-:'; nose section were scat-
tered in the. yard of the home.
iState trooper, Leroy. Pfeiffer of
Port St. Joe was sitting in his patrol
car on- the beach when the explo-
sion, occurred.
"I saw a great ball of fire in
the : he said. "It.turned into
two balls, and then into several,
each time with an explosion."
Visiting DaughterHere
E. E. Van Horn, who has been
spending several days here with
his daughter and son-in-law, left for
Fort Walton Beach where he will
spend the Christmas holidays with
his daughter and family, Mr. and,
Mrs. Charles Teague.
.Advertising doesn't cost-It PAYS


Sikes Appointed
To Committee
Crestview, Fla. Congressman
Bob Sikes, representative in the
U. S. Congress from the Third:
Congressional District of Florida,
has just been advised of his nomin-
ation to serve on the Distinguished
Guests Committee of The Ameri-
can Legion as a general member.
Congressman, 'Sikes has enjoyed
the privilege of serving on this
committee for the past few years
and it is an honor *of which he is!
extremely proud. E. Mead Wilson,
National Executive Committeeman
from the State of Florida, notified
Mr., Sikes of his nomination for
this committee.
Shopping In P. C.
Mrs. Charles Garraway and
daughters were shopping in Pana-
ma City, Saturday.
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and hope that HIS teaching of peace bn earth and good will to


men will find expression throughout. the world.


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family enjoy the many rich blessings of Christmas.
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Will Arrive On Schedule

Santa Claus will arrive here on schedule Thursday (today)
at 3800 p.m. to make his annual pre-Christmas visit,
That's his own prediction, relayed to Port St. Joe by way of
the Florida Highway Patrol and Sheriff's Bureau shortwave radio
network. Concern had been felt here for Santa's --,. after a
severe snowstorm enveloped the Arctic region and much of
Canada. Even though he is about two weeks behind his usual
.pre-Christmas visit here, old Santa will slip in to make his annual
It didn't take the law enforcement officers long to locate him.


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ter, Marlene Hudson and Mrs. Al- and Mrs. Kenneth Ellis. Linda Kay Webb, ISara Norris, STAC House Members
len Norris. Unable to attend was Mrs. Inez Glass, beginner teach- Marline Knight, Jerry Hill, Karen Enjoy Christmas Party
the Hospital and her class cishes God Church, gave her class a party Young, and Mrs. Tom Aultman. Members of the St.Joe T6en A
her a speedy recovery. Sunday in the beginner department Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar Club enjoyed a, Chr. =mn7s pa ty,
Mrs. Kenneth Ellis, senior teach- Several carols were sung then re- of, Tyndall Field spent Thursday Saturday night .at' the Yath Cen-
0 P M er .of the Oak Grove Assembly of freshments of candy and cookies visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. B .. t The Christmas theme was car-
God Sunday school gave her class were served to the following guests Dykes. tried out in the gaily deco ta ball
a Christmas party Thursday eve- Jimmy Rogers, Gene Dykes, Mur- Miss Jenny Kay Norris spent, sev- with candies and wreaths. A white
ing, Sarah Jones, ISara Norris, ning at.8:00 at the home of George lene Adkins, Judy Adkinson, Annie eral days, in Tyndall field visiting linen cloth covered the p mcli table
Brenda Pitts, Jenny Kay and How- Neal. ,Several games were played Johnson, Frankie and Diana Gwalt- with Mr. ,and Mrs. Howard Line-oA crs bowlwasused thecen
Sard Lingardbar. then refreshments of cokes and po ney, Diana Gardner, Judy Anderson, bargar.' crystal bowl wa e Refreshents of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and tato salad were served to the fol- Jan Stripling, Betty Sue Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Monro.e Darby of punch and Christmas cookies were
children spent several days in Per- lowing guests: Dot Singletary, Zola Rita Fae Weeks, Lonnie and Ken- Tyndall Field were the week end .served..
ry and Cross City visiting with] Ray, Helen Norris, Carol Young, ney Hill, Jo Ann Hanley. and Don- guests of the latter's parents, Mr. .Hostesses for the occasion were
friends and relatives. Elbert Norris, Buddy Love, Elbert nie Shoots. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson. Mrs. Cesr .;-: -,rvay, Mrs. Char
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lightfoot Senterfitt, Bobby Neel, Lavern Mrs. Tom Aultman, primary ----- lea Gill, Mrs. .Walter Richardson,
and children, Alice Jean and Bobby Glass, Denver Skipper, George Neel, teacher of the Oak Grove Assembly Home From GM JMrs. Sue Lewtis and Mrs. Calvin
Glen motored to Panama City on 'Clarence Flout, Ted Cannon, Mavis of God Sunday school gave her Benny Roberts, student at Geo- Musselwhite.
business. Blitts, .'':..: Newsome, Melba class a Christmas party Sunday in gia Military College is spending .the During the ev.epg; the members
Miss Minnie Ola a student of"Butts, Melba Armstrong, Dean her department. Several carols 'Christmas holidays with his par- exchanged -::,' Games and danc-
Moultrie, Georgia, spent several Glass, Jeanette Armstrong, Joyce were sung then refreshments of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts ing was- on '. ,
days visiting with her parents, Mr Davis, .David Riley, James Knight, cokes and cookies were served to on Hunter Circle -..1 I ..; :, the party.
and Mrs. Lo P. Rays K- p |... ....
Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Ellis spent E %. ,


His shortwave apparatus had .short-circuited in the snowstorm, Saturday in Panama City visiting
but his course had been followed by radar to a point south..of with friends and relatives.
Labrador. Honored With Party
Gives- Reindeer A Rbtst Mrs. Allen Norris, junior teacher
'He stopped in a desolate area daughter Mary with a .'..- par- of the Oak Grove Assembly of God
just outside the UJS.A. to give his ty 1 ,v-..i. from 3:00 to 5:30 at Church,. gave her class a party
S.eindeer a chance to rest a bit. All her home. Several games were Thursday evening at 7:00 at her
were in high *-: .,. except Blitzen't played then refreshments of ice u. Several games -were played
He had taken a big swallow of anti- cream and cake were served to the then, refreshments of ice cream,
freeze, thinking it was cane juice. .- nda .' i cake, hotdogsg, popcorn and drinks
Seems that he had- been .given ia ar were served to the following guests:
some cane juicer on his last ip Jerry and Linda Hill, Paula Lovett, Gail Anderson, Sharon Wilson, Vi-
,south, and he thought the anti- Karen '" Janice Sue Spauld vian ', Brenda Pitts, Judy Car-
freeze was some of the same stuff
gone sour. He was pretty sick (or
awhile.
At last reports, Santa was about 41 *
ready to head south again. His -
shortwave reports are coming. in
Sloud and clear, according to the. 1'* 10
highway patrolman, Leroy Pf f fe
The reports indicate that Blitzen
is now a much wiser reindeer. He
won't drink -." 'ia until he has
seen the laboratory analysis, which *
means be is smarter than- most
people..


Tbo Get -Welcome 'Here
'He will be welcomed. i Port St.
Joe by a Rotary C ub Committee
headed by George Tapper,.With '- ,
'- 1 h' committee and- the en-
..' '. ?.- -.* Club wil hate '.-- I
of seeing that. Santa's 'needs; are
- cared for while he is in Port St.
Joe.
, 'Santa will tour the ..... beg=inm
'..n; 2:00 p.m. and will wind
'at the city park across from
Motel St. Joe at 3:00 p.m. wh.
he- will greet all the kiddies.
ISanta wll' I'' '' 7, through *
city on Port ,St. Joe's bright I
firetiuck, escorted by the a.
department. ,
Children invited
AH the children in this area !
invited to 'be on hand -- I ,.I.' i
3:00 p.m. to welcome Santa '"I
Port iSt, Joe, tell him their wa
and receive some candy and at -
flbr:s.tmai goodies to 'give to
children. Just to be sure his supply
l, .- the Rotary' committee has
bought up ':'... candy and
goodies by the bushels to furnish
him.

NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Honored With Party
Mrs. Jean -
teacher of the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Sunday school gave her
ls a Christmas party : .. .- I
evening at 6:00, Several games
were played then refreshments of
hot dogs, cake and cokes were;
abieved to the following guests.
Joyce Hayes, Juanita, Alice
Jean Gay, Betty Deese, Jenny Kay
Norris, Carolyn -:.2 Joyce Wynn,
Patsy .:ul:ib Jean-O'Brian, Betty
butte, Anita Adkins and Mrs. Jean
Shoots. Mrs. Pelhain Revell assisted
by Mra. Jean Shoots in serving.
*Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Walker and
children motored to Panama City
Thursday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ard spent
several days in De'uniak Springe.
*i.--i with friends and relatives.
Honored With Party
Nelson Gardner, teacher of the
Junior boys at the Oak Grove As-
sembly of God Ohurch gave his
Sunday school class a Christmas
party Tuesday evening at 7:30. Seo-
eral games were playe then re-
freamenta of cup cakes and drinks
were served to the following guests
Herbert Gardner, Leroy 5 ,-tn 1,1 i.
Myron Meritt, Coy Senterfitt,
James and Clyde Norreis, Lloyd
Garner, Ray Rester, Doyle Glaes,
Roy Knight, Albert Cannon, James
Knight and Randy Weston.
Honored With Party
Mrs. Lloyd Riley- honored her


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May this Christmas be bright and gay
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FOR RtNT: nrn shed bedrooms test run. THEY ARE BARGAINS. |
and aphreati6Ut Davit's Motel, PARKER'S JEWELRY
202 Monumdat Ave., Phone 9-9161. 302 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
FOR RENT: Rooming house and WANTED: 500 new charge ac-
cafe coatbined with store facill-I counts. Your credit Is good at
ti. See.-T. 4. Stone. tfcl0-6 Thames Jewelry and Watch Re-
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POR RENT: 'Aptments, furnished
.ad unfurnaheOd. 522 3rd St. MAN WANTED: Business expert
Pione 7-411. tf-12-8 lence preferred, For turnit ire
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AV ti-12-S SPECIAL SERVICES
FOR RENT: 2'bedroom house at IKENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
Bipon Hill. Fresh paint with big FRIGERATION SERVICE. Ll-
glluaed inplorch. $85 mo. Next o censed electrical contractor. All
the Itobaugh -property. Contact Mrs. kinds electric and refrigeration
B. .I, Dickens, phone 7-6421, 405 service and installation. Phli'.'-
Wbod*ard. 4tc124 7-3032, tfc
FOt ENT:. Finished apartment. F YOU ARE INTERESTED 'n sayv-
3. eighth Street. ing money see us for anything
FOR RNT' 2-edroom apartment. on need in your home.-STOP and
UpatairsirKitchen equipped. One SWAP SHOP.
and a half blocks from town. Call
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FOR SALE
FOR SA ~: Two bedroom masonry
house h6-graiiams rachooL Well
constrctel;d Lifetime roof. Will
sell' equity for I'' Balance can,
be paid oft & seve years. Finanpo-
*tg already &rnWaged.
FOR SALE'-Niee beach cottage. On
ideal lot A ldian Pass Beach.
FRANK HANNON
Registered -ft'al Estate Broker
Phone 7441 211 Reid Ave.
Port 8t Joe, Fla.
HOUSE FOW A'LE: Unfurnished
3 bedroom 'home, e6rner Palm
Blvd., and. 14thtreet, Port St. Joe.
Venetian '. bll -circulating oil
heater, water heater. Contact Kar-
lene C. Oweo -Box 590 or phone
2241, after 6 .m,, Mariaunas F1a. 4t
FOR 8ALE: 'Boys' 2W'.bycle. In
excellent c editionn, Call' 7411,
Mr&. W, J. Mazaro L. -
FOR 8ALC: Clean 1949 4-door Olds-
mobile 88 with hyramatic..drive,
radio, heater. A bargain buy at
$6 2 Low down-payment. Term to
suit. d.-R. Garraway. 'Pohe 7-4611
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A REAL BARGAIN in a ggod used
piano, STOP.and SWAP SHOP.
Your credit is good,
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired.
Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.
Phone 7-2681. tfc
FRADE US that useless articel for
something u.seftn. STOP and
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WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American -.. Home
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-

days eas month, 8:90 p. nm.
Members urged to attend;
lsiting brothers welcome. W. L.
Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
secretary.
,* ..F'f~ff.-t treat the cause If
disease instead of the -symitoms.


8AItARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1.O0
0. F.-Meets first and tied Thura Demo Chairman Predicts Florida Wil
days,7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. AI:
members urged to atteno;d isitE,'-. *
hn init. 14. H. Shirl. N. Ra tlerla onm n nrr Nnminat


list 1 h ot OU F coul Py 0.0010


....re.nve ti.. s.r iey, .... elUU IIu,.UU..U.- .
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of Sales Tax collections during No-
si. joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. TALLAASSE State Demo- ceived feelers from supporters of vember, for October sales, total
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- cratic Chairman James Milligan Tennessee Sen. Estes Kefauver $6,297,645, an increase of $885,576
ng companions welcome. Jimmy said Tuesday there was mounting about a handshaking tour after he over collections of $5,412,068 for
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Malge, evidence that Florida would become becomes a formal candidate. November of the previous year. This
secretary. I a major battleground in next year's Thus far, Milligan said, there is an increase of 16.4 per cent. No-
LOYAL ORDER presidential campaigns. has been no word from supporters member collections are $348,599
OF MOOSE | He said he had received word Of New York Gov. A~erell Harrm- higher than collections of $5,949,-
Meetings at Moose that Adlai Stevenson would make man, a third possible candidate for for the previous montho Oc
Meeting night ev. another swing through the state, the. Democratic nomination. tober and are the highest monthly
Hall, 310 Fourth St. probably about Feb 1, to r The word about Stevensons collections for this fiscal-year Pre-
ery other Monday a o 1, to cover Io oou d c vious high was $6,106,688 collected
territory he failed to visit in his plans to return to Florida cameI dunin Ag o 1l le th
campaign tour two weeks ago. from Stevenson's law partner, Wil- during August .on July sales Month-
PAUL'S RADIO And Milligan said he had re- liam Blair of Chicago, who accom- y sales tax collections should be
AUL RADIO________ pani the -. candidate even higher in succeeding months,
LEGAL AD /ER-TISING on his recent tour. reflecting increased sales during the
and TV SHOP DOCKET NO. 4619-TP Helps Arrange Towns Christmas season and then the tour-
Pr. 7-2051 Reid Ave. THE FLORIDA RAIDROA'D AND The State Democratic Committee ist season.
PUBIDC UTILITIES 'COMMISSION helps formal candidates for the Total tales tax collections for the
EXPERT REPAIRS ON T. JOSEPH TELPHONE. and : make arrangements for five months of this fiscal year
RADIOS TELEGRAPH- COMPANY tours in order to help stimulate amount to $30,353,025, an increase
TELEVISION SETS Port St. Joe, Florida interest in te party. Traditionally of or 17., per cent, over
TV ANTENNAS, ROTORS and it takes no sides in the races, the ": "-. collected during the
MIX MASTERS ALL OTHER INTERESTED theicoleted during the
VACUUM CLEANERS A PAL 'S Milligan said much of the inter- first five months of last year,
ELECTRIC IRONS NOTOCE is hereby given that the est in Florida as a battleground November Sales Tax collections
ELECTRIC TOASTERS Florida Railroad and Public Utill -: "-" from the new state presi-n Gulf Count totaled $10,704.79,
ELECTRIC HEATERS ties 'Commission will hold a public : primary law which-calls for in r o u o ve
LAMPS hearing on January 5, 1956 at 9:'30 listing names of the candidates an increase of $246 over the same
MOTORS a.m. ((OST) in the Franklin County at the top of a lis.month last year.
MOTORS Court House, 'Circuit Court Room, on the ballots at the top of alit
WASHING MACHINES Apalachicola, Florida in the-follow- of delegate candidates pledged to .
ELECTRIC STOVES ing Docket: them.
HOT-.WATER HEATERS Docket No. 4619-TP Florida's preference primary
On the tppl'cation of ISt. Josephcoes a 29ereE
Telephone & Telegraph Company comes on May 2 near the end of
for authority to increase its rates the list of preference primaries be
Arriv6s Home For Holidays and charges for telephone service ing held throughout the country.
Miss Marietta ,Chafin, student at rendered through its local ex The election, coming ,shortly before,
changes at Apalachicola, Port St. the n t onal on e o a, on d
Judson 'College, arrived home 'Sat- j oe, Carrahelle, Blountetown, oein cu
urday to spend the Christmas holi- Chattahoochee, Wewahitchka, Al- mean a great deal of for
days .here with her parents and tha, Bristol and Tynda Field. the candidate capturing the dels .
W l-iThe am-Ch. T... telephone company gatlon.
brother, Mr. and Mrs. William Cha- alleges in its petition that its pres-
fin and *Sonny. ent rates and charges will produce : committeesI will' meet
:a rate of return of only 4.14%, and in St. Petersburg the night of Jan. Best wishes for a joyous
that said utility is entitled to a re- 27 to draft formal reports for the
tn o- 7.09.0, is reque meeting of the executive commit- -. from our s .
ed to charge such rates for local m o th ec v o '
HALLMARK'S telephone service as may be neces- t the next day Natiol Party
HLLslMARK' s ary to provide the said telephone Chairman Paul Butler will bn pri-o
company with a fair rate of return .speaker, at a banquet to be,
SHOES are GUARANTEED At said time and place all int th -- te ight of am 2
.giv .s.. oated parties wil 'be given an
to give satisfaction portunity to 'be fully heard. G l S r| l
WITNESS the hand of the Execu- Barometers were invented in
Low In Cost tive ,Secretary of the Florida Rail- 1626; wheel barometers in 168, ey R. Tomlinso
High In Value road and Public Utilities Commis- phosphoric in 176,pendant. Auorey R. o
sion this 15th day of December,
1955. and marine in 1700.


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,lnn $885,576 In November


lT thin gs that Make for SAFER driving !


fte first a .id Imoat ,r'. .. .' .'n' is you'
-Lhe driver. As the ..... ,' .. or-
gani,.'P -.,' and law enforcement agencies
poit t, .,_ courtesy, care, and common
sense you show count more than ,.
else ou can drive any car- .. r or-


Tbh se od thing is the car itself. All
cars-e safer today. That's shown by the
number i.t aW.-i..'.;- in relation to the.
amber Af -r.t .. passenger cars ar.
. dri.."TThe figure's been .going ,.i.,,.,, r


Chevret engineers .~i '- ;ri. have
always made your .t-'.ti, a n',.[. .r consid-
eratio.aib'eiroducing many such features
as the all-steel top, :... t:, plate glass all
around, and windshield-wide ifr.:- ,t...
into the low-price field. And this '56 Chev-
solet is the safest oneww buidt


Its ,-... new power means safer pass- '
ing. Its special Ball-Race steering-the
oversize brakes with Anti-Dive -"..
* T:. :' .-' ,:.:''. and door
L i. ,.:. of : Fisher .:: -,.- .. '. -
tj-- -, .'i that comes from *'.
ger rear springs, an ":,: :.' -'.::' '
system and better : ".:.' t sweeping
panoramic windshield all t'- -= things
4dd to your safety.
Seat belts with or without -..:i,.
harness? Instrument panel padding? Of
course, they're available at extra cost on
your new t ..- But the best protec-
tion of all is to keep out of accidents in
the first-place. And that depends mostly
on you and the built-in safety of your car.
As your Chevrolet dealer, we'll be glad
to show you the many safety features of
the '56 Chevrolet.


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dreams, they must make their feel-
ings, known in so bverwhelminng a
way that no opposition can stand
against it," he said.
'Following the Governors address
Dr. Arnold Grobeman, director of
the Florida iState Museum at
Gainesville, who- formally .presented
the museum to the- Fl-rida Board of.
Parks and Historic Memorials.
Howard Odom, of Marianna, sec-
retary of the board, accepted the
museum for the board of Florida:
Parks and Historic Museums.
Following the presentation, Mrs.
J. L. Sharit, wife of the mayor cut
the ribbon formally opening the
museum for viewing by the public.
.She was assisted in this ceremony
by the Governor.
At 1:00 p.m. a fish fry was held
in back of' the Centennial'-Building
to feed the many hungry spectators
prepared by Ed Ramsey and a crew
from the Port St. Joe High School.
Ending up the day, a gigantic
fireworks display was held Friday
night in the ball park 'followed by
a dance in the Centennial Building.


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n't. Window Shop From Frank, Director of the Florida
Safety Council, who wishes you all
Your Auto In Crowds a "Safe aus Merry Christmas."
Enjoy this Christmas in honest Home From FSU
and sober thinking of your fellow
man. Drive carefully and make this Miss Pat Wilder and Miss Faye
a happy Christmas for everyone. Fleishel arrived home from Flor-
'Window shopping from automo- ida State University to spend the
;biles is hazardous at all times but holidays with their parents, Mr.
worse during the Holidays as the and Mrs. Byron Wilder and Mr.
streets of the cities are full of and Mrs. Percy Fleishel.
jubilant, expectant men, women I
and children looking toward 'Christ- I
ma for what it means, stated Ash-I Star Wapt Ads Get Results


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11 Month Old Negro Infant Dies In

House Fire In Quarters Saturday Nite


TURN ASIDE THE
ARROWS OF FATE
Only yesterday, as human history
goes, the fateful- .:*' r ., e ,
Collapse and delirium were J
arrows against which there was
precious little defense. Now,
thanks to medical arid
pharmaceutical research, we have
shelf after shelf of efficient
drugs to turn them aside.
Next time your doctor prescribes,
we wil be pleased to compound -
the drugs he chooses Jr,
your defense. ,,



Buzzett's Dng Store
PHONE 7-4371


Motorists Urged

To Be Cautious


A little Negro infant, Sharon The- fire was discovered by neigh-
Hall, 11 months old, was burned to bors and E. L. Fleming, a neigh-
death in her home at the end of bor of the Halls, crawled in the
Avenue "B" in the quarters Sat- front door under licking flames to
urday nMght about 8:30. rescue Gary, who was ; ':"..i -
The child was the daughter of asleep in the front room of the,
Mr. hand Mrs. Kinchen Hall. Both nome. The burned baby was in the
parents were away from the house middle room of the home beside
:' at the time visiting with neighbors the heater, also asleep. Fleming
When the fire broke out. Another stated that he could not get to the
Hall child, Gary, four years of age, infant because of the flames,
was in the house also. Comforter Funeral Home remov-
S* ed the body from the house and.
prepared 'it for burial Sunday af-
fered some suggestions: ,ternoon at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Lewis
1. Plan your trip so that you will Barnes officiated.
drive during the, daytime. --
.2. Postpone your trip entirely in Miss Ann Kenney, student at
event of inclement weather Sullins College, is :, the holil
S3 Make certain your automobile
is in tip-top operating condition. days with her .. Mr and
4. Mbst important of all, adjust Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., on Con-ti-
speed to driving conditions. tution Drive.


/V/-3 WAYL TIRE


AT SURPRISINGLY


TAIUA&ASSEE ,Motorists
were urged-this, week not to wreck
their Christmas with a traffic ac-
fc' dent by Florida -: ,-. Patrol
Commander, H. N. KIrkman.
"This is -about the last chance
we will have to appeal to motorists
before Christmas through all our
sources and we certainly hope and
plead that drivers will heed the
Warningg" he said.
One hundred fourteen persons
S.were killed in -traffic crashes in
S \ *Florida during last December.
N'Hewrswishing 6 Although 'currently speaking, the
1955 death figure i a little below
that for the same time in 1954, it
n. y friends -00 looks a little doubtful that this
n- f Iyear will be a better record, death-
wise, than last.
;a$hfoned way .. tht t mO At the time of this story, Florida
was 18 deaths under a comparable
for the same period of time
s of Chr teammas t nSger ng on last December, but the records sec-
tion emphasized that unless the
state wind up the year .25 to 30
st-. Christmas dy., i deaths less than last year, delayed
Death reports could cause the pres-
Sent year's total to exceed last
CHICOLA NORTHERN yt'eat
SBecaus e 'Christmas comes on

ROAD COMPANY Sunday, and because many work-
C MP ers will have three to four days off
from their jobs Col. Kirkman of-


g4FER
AT
HIGHER
SPEEDS


ON STOPS
AND
TURNS.


ON
ROUGH
ROADS


*. To all of you whom we have so. enjoyed

Serving: we say thanks for your p.1r1imnage -

/And, may everything that's brigl- t and gay,

Bless your household on Christmas Da4y



Hutchbins-Thursbay Chevrolet Co.

TOMMY HUTCHINS W. E. THURSBAY

Phone 7-7201 310 Williams Ave,.


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,Proven sade in test after tstfc diig a
Sed.winl run I.tn1.5 11ida titoL.p f&4
Without cord. fatigue, W It -j 0!, .u P v
hotter road temperature ad r.idk% lp P-4,
to p* ~. b. -VIy~m~iiflover ordinary tires.


New Silent-Ride 5 de' Gripj Tred, with
bUiJr(-..hI of cross slots- in -the' ri giv-
extra grip within the ribs in addition to the
saw tooth grip between the ribs. This means
quicker stops in any weather, safer steering -
.p any cuve.


Double the shock resistance of ordinary.dr ,s
- That's what you have with the Safety.-
Tensioned Gum-Dipped cord; body of this
ire. Where other tires fail, the "500" will
"roil with the punch," soak up te mo6i
.even .road shocks, 1 '


PROTECT YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR CAR- '

INVEST IN THIS THREE-WAY SAFETY TODAY! .





FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLY STORE
8 W. FFLLS, Owner PORT ST. JOE ,F[A:


PANAMA BUSINESS SCOOL .
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ITS
WINTER TERM

JANUARY 3, 1956 '.
AT THE SCHOOL'S NEW LOCATION


33 EAST BEACH DRIVE
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA


REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTEDOi 1,
Phone or Write for Bulletin
POplar 3-3351 P. .0. Box 342
MRS. FRANCES P. CAMPBELL
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