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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: January 5, 1956
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
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PORT ST. JOE
A Progresslve
Community With a
Modern, Progresstvo
Weekly Newspaper


T HE


STAR


THE STAR
Published in Port St. Joe
But Devitea To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County
4


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


VOLUME XIX

DEATH CA


Single Copy So 'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1956 $3.00 Per Year NUMBERI1;

URS AM.

County Commisioners Again efuse



To Participate In river dredging
.. *-- ,+ ...... ,+" % v4 rr e


TWO MEN DIED when the above pictured cars were turned into scrap metal on '7..Jf Coun-
ty's t -- .I -. .- over Christmas and-New Year week. In the above car, J. Sol Shirey met death
when his car ,..'I into the L. of a 1'-,i '. i:- truck on the I.- .. and in the bot-
tom car, ,- Smith i- Panama ',':, met death in the same way. ( ;..-',..),

J. Sol Shirey Killed Last Wednesday Elementary PTA To
Sponsor Work Shop
In Auto Accident East of White City Work hop
A PTA workshop, sponsored by
Jo Sol long tme resident The truck belonged to Walter the Elementary PTA will be eonI
of. Port St. Joe.was killed last Wed-, .., of White -.,. ducted in the j ,. :,. .,*
nesday night just East of White who operates a grocery-filling sta library on- i .... r 9 I', 10,
City when his car struck a pick- tion at White City had. been sum- with classes being conducted from
up 'truck ? .' in the road. mimonked by a Mrs. Bowman of Wae-7 :30 to 9:30 on these two evenings.
S"* .....- who had ran out of gas. The workshop will deal with
-erre 1 A AM Inst lled ,.. ad put gas in the carways of improving the sehooas on
.ISi was trying to start it when a local level.
As RAM Leder Friday : ploughed into the rear of Monday night, Tom Owens, Sup-
As RAM LeaderFridaM truck head-on.-Stafford erintendent of Publi c Instruction
.The icerofStwas unhurt, but Mrs. Bowman, who for Gulf County will lead a discus-
The officers of St ".' ""''- ,I standing beside the road re sion .on -s should Florida
install 'by Be 0 ao wereLeid minor injuries from -- :i .. .: fb organized and financed
ng as Graid High Priest, on ... in order to operate most effective-
night, Decemr High 0, Funeral services for J. iSolomon lvy and -'.`- % '.. -'- The second
n ght Dcember +r ..... 765, were held Saturday, De- discussion of the evening will obe
The ceremonies were held as acem:er 3 at tho Oak Grove As- led by Hubert _-.- lemen-
joint installation with Port St Joe S. r of God I. '00 pm tary School pruncpal on c.
od, o. 11, A '"- oi h'eoa o ,,: .. 3:00 pore tary School principal on -. can
Lodge No I, V and A. M.can
SLodge No. l, F. a Awith the Rlev. .. .-, officiat- ye maintain and increase a contin-
ntahe ollowg oferl were. Alen, i' rural was in Holly Hill Cam- ning public interest in education
Installed. Ferrell 0. Allen,
High Priest; R. F. .... -:- K i, Active pallbearers were *: n : 1s.0 die siona will
R. W. Smith, Seribe; H. R. Maige, I. eer M P e led Tby Mrs Jim YadonT first
Secretary; J. B. Griffith, Treasur- 1 ; H. W. Griffin, Wateonm srade teacher and Mrs. P A. How-.
er; Ben C. William, Ca.pta.in andW C oche Honorary second grade teach
W...- W, C. v''.: *. Principal .I should Florida .. .:_. "
oourner; J. H. Geddie, '- A were George Tapper, and "What do Florida Schools need
Joourner, o o H Gddi, -.:,- .. Anderson, Chris M martin, P to accomplish their task
Arch Captain; Fennon Talley, Mas- W. Petty, Ralph Davis, oy Rishtoaccomplish their tas,
ter of Third Veil; Joseph E. Me- Dave Gaskin, Roy Connell, John h e d T
Le6d, Master of 2nd Veil;. Dave Blount, J. L. Sharit,. L W. Owens Sharks Cage Squad To
Gaskin, Master of 1st Veil; J. L. and George Wimberly, Sr. Meet Apalachicola Here
Wilton,- Sentinel; C. A. Lupton, -..is survived by his '
Chaplain, one daughter, Ruth LeGrone of "The Port St. Joe Sharks -ill
Tullahoma, T.-'r,- ,.-'..-. one grand- play Apalach here Friday night,
HI Y CLUB TO SPONSOR son, Joseph LeGrone; three bro- Jan. 6. This game was scheduled
GOSPEL QUARTET CONCERT ul-ci: Banks, .- +-:":,,. and Char-tto be played in Apalach but due to
The Hi-Y Club of the Port St. lie of ,. c.. _r.,... Ga.; two sisters, : repairs being made on the gym
Joe High School will sponsor a Mrs. Edna Thomas of Port St. Joe; 'there it will be played here.
Gospel Quartet Concert, Thursday, Mrs. Cheney Hudson of Columbus, There kill be a -" Team game
January 9at 8:O pp.m. in the high Ga., also. Saturday night, Jan. 7, the'
school auditorium. The club, a Comforter Funeral Home of Sharks will meet DeFuniak Springs
Ibranch of the YMCA has chosen Port ,St. Joe was in charge of ar- here on the home court.
-as. their .project of the year-To rangementes
bring' gospel singing to Port ,St. g Viit In Mississippi
Joe. Return From Houston Booth Poole and Miss IrisaPoole,
Booth Poole is the club's sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Van Horn faculty members of Port St. Joe
S- -- and their daughter, Sara returned High School spent the Christmas
PFt.- Robert W. McKnight spent the last of the week from Houston, holidays- in Nathez, Miss., with
the holidays with his parents, Mr. Texas where they were the holiday their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
_and Mrs. Harry Tl.',b- l,.-t'1, Pvt. guests of their son and 'brother 'Poole .
'M cnight is stationed at Fort Da- and his family, Mr. 'and .Mrs. Cor-
ven, Mass. nelius Van Horn. TRADE AT HOME


March Of Dimes Is


Underway In Gulf


Board Says Its til Trying To Get

Dredging In Chipola Cut-Off


The Gulf County Board of Corn- banks of the Apalachicola River
missioners again told the U. S. for the purpose of dr- ':.. .'.-
T,:.i ]i" Engineer, Major Harold nel in that body "o, .:s.- Th"
Otis Pyle Is Again Named County-Wide Fund 'i aof Mobile that '..- were Commissioners stated to -rre 1 .-
Drive Chairman Goal Set At $2,500.00 not interested in purchasing rights gineer that they were going to tryi
of way and easements along the and hold out for the chartel .:.
PortSt. Joe joined with 10,000 Yet come down the Chipola ,
other communities in launching Fund raising efforts will be con- e -ntet
the 195 March of Dimes Tuesday, ducted -here by the local chapter Davi d C ar Gakin, "t "t.'-
.. L 3. The campaign, .'. .. the National Foundation for In-
ing ..., January 31a, isbad ,'., R v1--:,. 'Oti Pyle, who R tFrm PCed spoke an for .that
on the theme-"Polio Isn't Licked served as campaign chairman last and told the engineer that
i will act as the chairman of The of Port iSt. Joe stands "as far as they could see, they
American Legion I fund raising campaign again maker around : more a would be spending money to ad
ye yar said that Gulf I--, if a franchise can be approved :. counties ,-J':: ? and wouil
Sponsor Crutch Sale ''., goat has ben set at '-: the Florida Power .. -'do themselves no ..:..... e .i
e A L 00.00. Lasot year G lf Co.nty went this year. that the River dredging would in
The American Legion Post Fover its goatl by h I- u l iThe Power ,'.'_, -. has .. set up the counties concerned
conduct Blue Crutch Day this Sat- Pyle pointed out that Gulf's funds put into effect a system wherein competition with Gulf for li
urday to raise funds for the -f.i been d leted and that .the communities served by It was ,.. -" out t.: --A
of Dimes, ci chapter is now about.: will share in a percentage' "' that there were no ;.i.-
The Legionnaires will sell In debt tothe national on of the gross .income received '. in.-'. in Wewahitchka or on the-
cas ol crutches made up into o a for care to loal .. .. in the community served Cut-off that -..... L .:... v -ed t .
to remind citizens that many crat- o Pyle said that nation-wide, as. -. for the power .^ Gaskin reiterated ',: .t.
are needed for victims 1 as Gulf County, millions of met with the [Commiaion engineer that with the ,rn.>..
S,, .doare in :n of Dimes funds Tuesday ..... at their invitation '. section hoped to attract cer-.
No set price has been put on the are needed to aid thousands and to show -the City where, it would I,. -n i .--- i that
small blue crutch but each one In patients for -.. made : : last year and area and wanted the channel fr
town Is urged to purchase a crutch t salk ace mes too n addition would have saved $2,- that purpose.
and let his conscience make you late Some -1 w, Patients all -V on their own power bill had A delegatoin was on hand for the'
generous the country are now on the i an een in effect' i -, from Jackson, D ..'t- ,,d
g ___ __ of the National .. :,,* and t counties and-uassurredthe.
many more will be stricken before Te.. uie th : Board that they would r-
-ReeArh A'.,toa AI .1 the present franchise is b" h. at they wanted.. the
; Resear.h ds o desired. The channel to go in regardless to
S RF. TION BY DIRECT.- are also need that ..'. r ... .g by Gt'
Or' OFPQ.-T T, JOE JU i t ; --he.".'.,., .' '" .... 1.h.r! *- -.;
CHA'ee-R-OR COMMt. C _, ;1,-,NI :.PC-. r.- as been ar-
/AT THEI R. R.t LA.Ri L '* '..-. has already. .r .' -.-,., ; 1.., to how u'i:L-
'MEETING DEC.TAER ".,i' vaccine ,which s .. ., the .Power \.h t" .. .,,. ,,"-i st the Coo at.y
1955 cent effective against the that r.- amount coming .:.. .. and -' .'.
WHEREAS *current fra' for types of virus known to cause city ould g row as the .,' ,' Engineers,
industrial expaon in 'n Port St. o. Additional research may f of ,power grew. The plan i -' can be secured,
Joe make it advisable to provide up still better medical weaDons. e ., e ehe 0 :Gulf contracts for the,
additional living facilities for Death Rate Reduced the 2 pr t of project are to be let in April.
construction workers and theIr By steadily improving the ame --.icome for the first ten years;. ,,, of.thii section of
families, and thods of coping .. .. .. with po- 3 per cent for the next ten years river will allow a navigable chan-.
WHEREAS, it appears to the scientists whose work is finan- and four +er cent for the remaining nel from Apalachicola 'B-r, ', A''
directors of the Port. St. Je *- iby the March of Dimes have i'r, years -of a new franchise. i- r.'', .Georgia.
Cha of o er e instrumentalnot .n cutt- --
the public interest that satisfa- ug down 'te death rate by more *
tory and adequate temporary .. uine the National Foun City Cormmission Hears, C mplaints
facilities be provIded 'to meet .. was established in 1938, but
this increased demand for living alo tending the On Proposed Tax On Water and Sewer
quarter and public utilitie, of recovery from ppling disease. o r O a S w
I:; fit. r .
BE IT RESOLVED, that thll Club eera vitors were present at alone would not be used to pay off
Preadent of the Chamber of Co. yn dl i G' ,- City Commission meeting Tues- the construction and that- other
merce be and is hereby author- Sponsoring School day night to protest a -..-.1. means of financing such as federal
sized to i..t .,'. the need for ordinance to apply a ten per cent aid were currently being sought to
such additional temporary facH i- Mrs We Harrell Wilson will pre- tax to the water and sewer help with the cost of the expansion
ties and to enourae'the one- sent one of her lnitimitable dem- services of the city to raise money but that' it would not cover the
struction of trailer camp accom- onstrations in the Base *_,_-,. I No. to add a wing on the Municipal entire expense.
medations for that purpose. (next door to the Officer' Club) Hospital. The ordinance wks not read. for
EARL D. ATCHMSON 'at Tyndall Air Force Base on Tues- Acting as spokesmen for the the second time (two more readings
SPresdent 1h- afternoon, January 10, at 1 p.m. group were Ben Williams, C. W. are required to make the ordinance
Mrs W. Barrel Wilson is from 'Long, M. Morton and Robert law) at the meeting.
i 'South arolina and one Williams-
Star Publisher Buys the South's most famous and Arguments against the ordinance ORDINANCE WILL REQUIRE
sought-for attractions in the art were that the tax would, in all pos- LICENSED CONTRACTORS
an Otoochee 'News flower arranging. sibility be a never-ending tax if it
an Plan now to see and 'hear her got on the utility. Another said that A temporary ordinance was read
'Wesley R. Ramsey, editor and! and conversation almost sur- othe hospital was now losing money by the City Commission for the
S,..-.. of The Star this week an- .. the beauty of her arrange- and that more rooms would cause first time Tuesday night requiring
nounced his purchase of the Chat- ments. it to lose more money. The group all new construction within the
. '. '-..-.. ..- in Chat- Tickets for this attraction are a asked if other means could be used city or additions to existing coun
:, u County, nominal $1.00 and will (be available to finance the building and if the struction to be wired and plumbed
Ramsey purchased the News at the door. Hospital truly needed the new .by licensed electricians and plumb-
Jack '. .: of Havana effee- Mrs. Wilson is being presented wing. "r
t, he first day of 'this year. by the Eglin Air 'Force Base Offi- Mayor 'Sharit, who has been This ordinance was prepared 1to
The News 's edited .by Mrs. Eli- cer Wives Garden Club, and spec- sponsoring the move answered the provide measures of control until
-...-.- Chason of Chattahooehee ial invitations are being issued to questions by saying that the pres- a new building code can be ironec
and will be printed in the printing all area Garden Clubs in this man enut staff at the hospital could han- out and put into effect.
plant of The 'Star 'Publishing Comn- nr. Mrs. 1. C. Nedley, chairman die the; increased rooms. He said The purpose of the measure is
pany. of the Port 'St. Joe Garden Club, is that one of the rooms would be to obtain better insurance rate?
urging all members that can go designated for the iron lung that for the city.
TO CONDUCT .REVIVAL. to do so. For further information, was donated to the hospital last year The ordinance does not apply tc
The Rev. Mrs. Minor will con call Mrs. I. C. Nedley. by he Unions at the Paper Mill ople performing this work or
duct a revival at te r h o Sharit stated that the hospital hadtheir own homes but their world
Goduet at rglad View a ting Sunrh SINGSPIRATION. WILL BE .been operating at a loss, but that be inspected.
day, Jauary gland prices ill bSun HELD AT FIRST BAPTIST it was gradually being brought out
day, January 8. Sere willof the red and that with a schedul-
gin each evening at 7:30. The pab- The regular iSlngspiration ser- ed new industry for Port St. Joe ENGINEERS WILL MEET
lie is- .. :. invited -to attend. vices of the Port St. Joe inter-de- the increased amount of potential WITH CITY COMMISSION
nominational youth will be held at patients made it mandatory that
Returns Frorm S. C. the 'First Baptist Church Sunday, the facility be increased. 'Sharit Representatives from 'Smith anc'
Jimmy Howell returned from January 16. The youth of all the cited the fact that a study of the Gillesple, an engineering firm o
!Spartanburg, 6. C. where he vis- churches in the city are invited water meter book showed that the Jacksonville, will meet with th
ited with his sister and ibrother-in- to attend. tax would cost the average water City Commission Tuesday night ,U
law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Birath. The Singspiration services are user from 30 to 50 cents per month a special meeting to explore th
held- every other week for one hour on a year round basis. possibility of extending the water
S- Holiday Guests Here after regular church services. 'Sharit assured the gathered and sewer facilities of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. William Shores of crowd that it would be written into The main targets of the propose.
Cottondale were the guests of Mr. Miss Katherine Marshall, daugh- the ordinance making it mandatory expansion, if it can be worked -oI
and Mrs. W. H. Eowell during the ter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Marshall that the tax be removed as soon as will be the colored quarters an:
holidays. Mras. IShores is the sister is a patient in the Municipal Hos- the hospital enlargement is paid the undeveloped section South '
of Mrs. Howell pital, for. He said that the tax moneyl6th Street.


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CHAPTER 8 of SERIAL
"RIDING WITH


BUFFALO BILl"

SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY
.


IdNUARY 3-3
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WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY




c Ohn u 'A -on
SJEANNE CRAIN -MAMIE VAN D0i-N
C(ORGE NADER KITTY KALLEN
.-r'*ERSAL-INTEfRNATIONAL PICTURE

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LUXIURIA
CREAM


/2 price
A or a limited
imne only!
BIG 9OZ.SIZE 125
REG. 2.50.... (plus tax)
Stock up on. this wonderful
cleansing arnd beautifying
cream at this important saving.
It's a long term investment in
loveliesa.

Smith's Pharmacy
Phone 7-5111
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U


Mrs. Neva Croxton Installed So Activities


Worthery Matron Of .E.S. Personals clubs Churches hh
Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Editor Dial 7-5461
The Masonic Hall was the scene formal and touching farewell ad- Mrs. Leslie Spillers and the other r
of an impressive candlelight in- dress. Her officers then formed a installing officers, Mrs. Wilma WMU M F M thly
stallation service of Gulf Chapter triangle before her. and the wor- Cooper, conductress; Mrs. Pauline irstBaptist Meets For Monthly
191, Orderof the Eastern Star on thy patron, John Dickey; and e- Smith, secretary Mrs Flossi B Meeting At Church Monday
Tuesday, January 3, at 7:30 p.m. pressing their devotion and grati- Wilson, treasurer; Mrs. ,Pattie Gib- business M veetingChurch Monday
The hall was beautifully decorat- tude in verse, presented them with son, chaplain; Mrs. Myrtice Smith,
ed with yellow glads, mums and gifts. organist; Mrs. Zola Maddox, assoc- The Woman's Missionary Union Circle 4 with Mrs. Emory Ste-
blue asters, and pale blue candles, In turn the worthy matron pre- iate conductress. Escorting. .these of the First :. Church met vans in charge presented the pro-
ctarrying out the blue and gold sented gifts to her retiring offi- officers were lovely pages in color- Monday afternoon at the church gram, "We 'Gave Thee But Thy
color scheme of the worthy matron cers: Mrs. Neva (Croxton, Mrs. ,Sid- ful evening dresses: Sonjia Blount, for the Royal (Service and business Own". Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon led in
elect, Mrs. Neva Croxton. At the ney Anchors, Mrs. Pauline Smith, Delores Chism, Barbara Sykes and meeting the opening prayer. The devotional
entrance to the hall was a guest Mrs. Florazelle Connell, Mrs. John- Laura Sewell The president, Mrs. W. J. Herring was by Mr Stevens and
book kept by Mrs. Onnie Herring, nie Sykes, Mrs. Phyllis Chandler, Being installed for .the ensuing e preside meeting e and 35 Mrs. Robert l-ey, Taking part on
who also pinned a large blue and Mr Mary Forehand, Mrs. itayearo 56were Mrs. member attended the program were Mrs Walter
gold star on each guest as they ar- lone Ricketson, Mrs Daisy John- ton, Worthy Matron and Sidney Richardson, Mrs. W. C 0. Pridgeon,
rived. In keeping with the festiv son (by proxy), Mrs. Claudia Sew- Anchors, Worthy (Patron. Having Mrs Perry .- Ms. A. V. Bate-.
atmosphere were the lovely white ell, Mrs. Betty .Sue Anchors, Mrs. been duly installed, Mrs. Choxton MUSEUM ViSlTIN- HOURS man ,Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson and
evening dresses of the officers. Erline Buchert, rs. Alice Hall, Mrs. was presented with a beautiful ARE SET BY DIRECTOR Mrs R W. endersonm
The invocation was given by Rev. Maybel Swatts (by proxie), Mrs. corsage of blue carnations by the u g the busine- seion, ron-'
Fred Davis. Lucile Williams and Mrs. Myrtiee retiring matron, Mrs. Howell She Visiting hours a. the Constitu- During the tusines p esion, trone
SSmith was then escorted to her station in tion Park museum have been. set e usin or th ere
Mrs. Calla Howell, worthy mat- residing expertly as installing the East by her husband,. Jack at 1:30 to 5:'0 p.m. on .Sundays. transacitedo Planr f orhe
ron of 1955, began the ceremony officer, was Mrs. LeeiShores of Cot- Croxton. Mr. Anchors was escorted Closed all day Monday and open Januay15-20.Itkwasvotedtorhave
with the flag salute and the Star ondale, past worthy matron and to his station by his wife, Mrs, from 900 a.m, to :00 p.m. Te .po circle meetings sonth- our Mon-
Spangled Banner. She then wel- grand Ruth. Mrs. Shores was as- Betty Sue Anchors. day through Saturday. ayanirle Tuesdays for thefour month
comed the visitors and gave her saisted by the installing marshall, 'In her acceptance address, the da of January also voted to continue
new Worthy Matron expressed her R oyal Service and, business meet-
Misses Gypsie Love, Carol Young, gratitude to the order for the honor ing on the firs ".. of '
NEWS FROM Helen Norris, ZolLa Ray, velyn, conferred upon her, and offered to ;-.ng, -a,' .. month. i
Mack Gay, Benny Gay, James the chapter .her love, .-i,:"" ',.'" '-: m W.
OAK GROVE Knight, Troy Gay, Buddy Love, and effort for the coming year program with prayer.
George Neel and the honoree, Gene asking, in return, the : ; and ,ogram w p er
By HELEN NORRIS Anderson. .. ..:-: of the officers and
o.o.... t. PMr.o and Mrs. J. D.. -- ; and Mrs. Chox.ton's officers for the ID you know that some homer
Honored With Party son and Mrs. Harry Pyrtzil ad coming d)year are: Mrs Johnnie J makers now cook witht.t a
children returned home at- comig -year are: Mrs, Jonnie o make s now co without a
Mrs. Jessie Anderson honored her chi* ren r tuned home ith a ae matron; range They do it afl with amll
sron Geaw a surprise birthday' ssociate.matron; Bob Bu- lectr appliances
son Gene.with a urprie birthday r eek wt associate patron.; Mrs Onnie Electric skillets deep-fat fryere,
party Wednesday evening at 7:30 Mr. ana Mrs. D. H IShealy secretary; Mrs Florazelle beverap' werm-r broiler-rotisse-
at her home. Several games were Mrs. Edgar Deese and. children .tre r; Mrs. Mary r taking er est and ot
played and prizes were awarded spent Sunda visiting with Mr. and ar coutre M Betty hap youve welcomed one
to Misa Carol Young and Mis Gy-p Mrs. Carl Deese. ue Anchors,.. -.. -... ., into your home, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Moatea of
sie Ann Love. Refreshments of hot Mrs Claudia ySwell, marshall; Mrs. pow your kitchen is eQ n n n
dogs, punch and cup cakes were Star Want Ads Get Results .. Preaell, haplain; Mr has an important place in menus.. a son on Daember 25 in the Muni-
served to the following .guests: .r W istalone Ricketon, warden; W. C. This recipe was "made for" an elec- cipal H ".. H.' The young man
hi______ on your prntng s ign ofquality. ne Mrs tri skillet, but can also be made in eighe 8 10 o
organist; Mrs. Flora Long, Skille Scranle Mr and Mrso Troy Wayne ., -
Adah; Mrs. Erline Buchert, Ruth; lan (1%4 cps) beef gravy of St.JoeBeach announce thebirth
i. Alice Hall, Esther; Mrs Ruth cup water of a on, Troy Wayne, Jr., in the
,- Martha and Mrs. Luclle 2mtedium carrots, sede Municipal F- on December
Williams. as E aobta. iedias oonsli 30. Weight was 8 Ibso, 8 os.
w a, a violin so'o, "The Diash bla kpepper
i .' 'Serenade", Ibeautifully ren- cup rice Visitors of .Howells
dered by Mrs. Ruth Ramsey, ac- Combine beef gravy, water, car- 'Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Birath
comnpanied by Mrs. Virginia Hari. rot, iono, salt and pepp; bring ad daughter, Kathy of partan-
to boll, stir In rice. Cover;s imrn meaato
*in son. about 30 minutes or untilrice and burg, S 'C., were the .. ..
SHOW OPENS 3:00 P.M. SAT URDAY AT 1:00 P.M. Before closing the :--. ... Mrs vegetables art tender. 4 servings. of Mrs. Birath' parents,, r.
1 99 ** Q Croxton presented gifts to the4-- M H. .. M W H Howell.
THURSDAY ndFRIDAYoffier, to the page, and
THURSDAY and FRIDAY __________.._ ',_ __..,-____
HN -THERE WAS ONLY ONE WAY Mrs Onnie Greer gave the M z-
FO R OUT FOR THEMah o
7WA YNE or fon .. NE pah benedmction.
lRefreshments of little blue and
AUR gold cake shares, salted nuts an i
BACALL :-, were servedto. mnemera


MARCH OF DIMES


SATURDAY ONLY FEATURE No,.2 -- .
FEATURE No. I


raj 1 : 1 1 1 .GIVE YOUR


ong Avenue Circle 3
Meets With Mrs. Cooper
Circle 3 of the Long Avenue Bap-
st Women's Missionary Union
eld its December meeting at the
ome of Mrs. George Cooper.
In the absence of the -president
nd vice president, Mrs. L. E. oss,
resided. After nme watchword,
Iiss Alma Baggett led in prayer.


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


FRIDAY and SATURDAY


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Howell.
After the closing prayer, deli-
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the nine mietabers.and one visitv
present.
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THJ URSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1956


THE STAR
Published tsvery Thursday.At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
Entered as second-class matter, December 10, 1987, at the
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS *130
THREE MONTHS $127.15
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions In ad er.
tisements, thle publisher do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisemn*ot
The spoken word is given scant, attention; the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely assert.
the printed word thoroughly coinces; The spoken word.
N. lost' the vuutd word remains.

WE'RE BEING SELFISH
Talk of the proposed dredging of the Apala-
chicola Rivei sort of drew to a screeching halt
when the County Commissioners refused to pur-
chase rights-of-way for spoil areas for the dredg-
ing last month. The County dads gave as their
reason that they did not have the money.
Frankly, we don't believe that was the only-
reason but be that as it may.
We feel that if the Commission had felt
like it, they coifld have managed the money some
way if they needed it. As we understand it,
the Apalachicola River in -Gulf county is bor-'
dered by lumber. companies who would benefit
by the Apalachicola dredging and would more
than likely be glad to allow the use of lands for
spoil areas free- of- charge.
What we are trying to get at. is that Gulf
County should be ashamed to be the only road
block in a river project affecting. counties- and
people, all the way from here to Atlanta, Geor-
.i-0 "d ll lk&--b --_- *:, -1


served by this system, children. We can not
have the play go to suit us so. we pick up our
toys and go home. It-just isn't neighborly to
be..like that and like it or not, we have to live
'with our neighbor and, every once in a while,
do what he wants to do whether we want to or
not.
We hate to think of this county standing in
the way of other counties growth, due to selfish-
ness. That's why our town hasn't grown more
than it has today and why our county hasn't
grown more- than it has today. Somebody is
afraid that someone else will get more frosting
on his cake. And friends, if we keep up that
attitude, we will be sitting at home playing with
ourselves.
The people here in Port St. Joe might take
into consideration that we depend on+ our harbor
to bring in quite a chunk of money to our town
and to move manufactured materials out and
raw materials in. The Corps of Engineers keeps
u or harbor.'--The Corps of is want-
ing this Apalachicola River :i: ---: ease-
,ment, We hesitate to .- that they will con-
tinue giving as long as 'we are hesitant to give
a little in return.
The engineers h5ave assured us that -the
water supply coming into the St. Joe _I : Com-
pany canal will not be harmed in any way. This
out of the way leaves no reason that could *be
valid enough to stop a project of this scope. And
we will take the engineers word on the matter,
no matter what we think of the engineer per-
S ,:._ i, before we will take the '- of people
.who have never surveyed a' river system in thire
life. Maybe we are funny that way, but are
,prone to .. .;. 5 a .-,.' +, on. ..... .':. -
Swhen hestarts talking .on .. : -: he makes
his 1 .: wili -
We ..: that the p:--;: of G f County
should .--..T a a':. and make themselves feel
-', open the way to -. : : .:. for them-


Sga aniu au becausee we want th selves bye regg selves by -. the : :.-. t our
* go another route- ..,-' v,, .-by giving them -.. .' a ..:
Gulf County is, in the eyes of other counties .-..... water carrier route.

Carl S. Swisher Will Head State Y'0g" Pe w S c Set
S At Highiond Vitrw Church
Cancer Crusade For Funds. in 1956 According toaocement b
-L. P. Adams, pastor, there-will be
SCarl S Swisher, prominent Jack- peoples' service at the
-.. .- ,..? ., *, onvilte manufacturer and cvm;c "--'-"- View Baptist Church on
leader will serve as chairman of r night,. -: 7' at 7: 30
'the 1956L 'oCancer Crusade of the There will be congregational
.' Florida Division of the American' -? special group singing, and
:,. *Cancer Society according to an an- -'""' quizes. Also, there will be a
n. '" nouncement of Division : .,: -.' message 'by the pastor,
SDr. Dohald Gahagon of Ft ... :- and Word". Prizes
dale who stated that the Cancer will. be given to winner of. the
i Control program is mot fortunate...
'in receiving Mr. Swisher's accept- the service is' primarily
ance of this .... -. -* assignment, a- young "-. service, any and all
The society's eomsbined educa- ages are welcome to attend No
tional and fund raising campaign :' "'- will be taken.
S is usually conducted -
month of -. whieh has been des- Awaiting New Home
ignated as Natioy al Cancer Control Mr. and Mrs. .. Lamar Miller
Month by an act of '.... -0H.:.,:-h-- .. to f10Hun-
195.6 the Florida Division hopes to ter Circle and are awaiting the
exceed the receipts of. 1 9'5 which ..- .:- of i new home -on
totaled o obtained nder Mr. Drive next to Consti-
Swisher ,.,.-- -. Park
SL .o *1L -- dIn the appDointment Mr
State .r, r Swisher called for thq aipport and Return io me From Visit
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY .. of every ... or-. r. and Mrs. Rush Chism and
group, and business estab- unday from ,Cen-
Week End Visitos .. '- in the state to join hands Ala ,where they visited
Col. and Mrs C F '- and to combat a disease that today.will over the week end with relatives
Col,. and Mrs C. F. s trike approximately one in-every and friends,..
.. .. ',hree praon to a ree-
Ricke of Dayton, "t announcement from the Nation
with Col. Burley's aunt, Mrs.-L. HRe le aRouncement, from the Nst o '
iH: 1.1, over the week end. [al Cancer Institute. I also re ean 'be cared if dis oered an
", :, all volunteer *' C i .
For, a "CrIck" in your neck-See 'saders to intensify the -- .. ..
SChi'opra"tor,- ,- ." education in order to -<" t R
this on your prfnting is a ,Sig, of qul.,ty. individuals to their doctors earlier ant Ad Ge Re


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Plan a chicken or turkey dinne'
with an eye to the next day's meal.
"Planned-overs" sometimes bring
the most treasured complimlents,.
Lock the secret In your heart ..
Let family c, friends thik th .
lue lOus casse ole was a spur o
the momet Idea. to use up last blt
of the bird. Only you need knrw
that the condensed cream of chick,
in soup, canned or frozen peas3,
nd bag of pot to chips 8s handy
n the sheJif were part of the
PlannedOvere ChIcken Cassarold
I can a -a,---.u
cp cooked Qchloeft
e n cr a tuf k. b
1cupsated po t P.
Empty soup Into-S asmal caRe
ole; add milk and mix thoroughl.
Wd chicken, 1 cup potato chips
md peas to soup; stir well. Sprinkle
top with remaining U M potato
thips. Bake in a moderate ove.
(8500 F.) tof 20 minates.4 serving
Ways to varY a tpannedover5
paass~Oero
Instead of cream of chicken soup
Ose-cream of celery or cream o
mushroom soup.
Instead of hicke use tuua 01
alsmon (with these, use 0lery
oup).
lwt~a8 ot potato ohips, use but*
or crackeo, rea akes, or corn
Instead of n peas, uie green
inap beans, I mabeans, or corn.
. Instead of a casserole, bake MnID
ture In individual baknt dnli I iN

Throat i.n- c' ome 1' am
our spine -See a Chiropractor.
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Notice To Voters

The registration forms for voters are now in the precincts
with the following deputies for those to register-to vote who are not
already registered. Please take advantage of this opportunity as
they .will be in the precincts 30 days, beginning January 2,, 1956.

No. 1 and 2, At court house e,in the Supervisor of Reg._
office.
No. 3 Mrs. Walter Crutchfield, at her home.
No. 4 Mrs. Edna Hardy, at her home or store.
No. 5 Mr. W. H. Weeks, at his store.
No. 6 Mrs. George Harper, store. -
No. 7 Mrs. Essie Williams, at her home.
No. 8 and 9 Mrs. Mary Wall, Friday and Saturday p.m.
from 1 until 5 each week at E. T, Pridgeon's office,
and all other time at her home at 1507 Palm Blvd.


I trust this will be convenient for everyone and you will get
registered so you can vote in the Elections of 1956.


Mrs. C. G. Rish
Supervisor of Registration, Gulf County


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Jan. lm onii


T'ALLAHASSBE, Jan. 1, 1956 -- will be conducted January
January has 'been proclaimed 3 through 31.
March of Dimes :month in Florida Witnessing the signing .of the
,by Governor .. Collins, it was Proclamation was little Miss Leah
announced today by -Wendell C.'Pierson of Tallahassee, a polio vie-
Heaton, Fla.. State Chairmai, 19566 tim who is well on her way to re-
March of Dimes. T.he drive for covery thanks to help received
funds, to continue the fight against from the National Foundation for
S Infantile .. Inc.
Governor Collinsl' reclamation fol-


family spent. with his sis-
tear, Mrs. Mary Pftts and mother
Mrs& J L. Godwin of'Blountatowno
Rev. and Mrs. Fred r ...':. and,
daughters, Peggy and Martha spent
a. few days with his parents, Mr
and Mrs. W. Jo McIntosh of agleu
919,07 Lake and visited points in Tmpao.
G4 z A R c .*rev. and Mrs. L. F. kdams and
748 f family spent the "sliting
O her mother Mr S -L
OLITtand sister, Mrs. Mack McGilva
i SOUT 4,2 ,7 3 and Mrs. Cecil 'Stanford al of
CA2LIA 4 llOnDA IDLE ACR ES Ozark, Alabama and Mr. and Mrso
iEACr2 9 2,057,392box Davis of .-: :- a.
Mr. and Mrs. Je Mashburn
spent Saturday in Apalachicola
with friends and relatives
e are nearly 9 added taxes to "irrigate" 583,000 acres of aold Mre and Mrs. L M. Garrett of
sd in the south- mountain land in Colorado, Nbw I-,a-. Utah and Lakeland, spent a few days withA
ore food for the Wyoming. Figures for the idle 00 In lnd hIs ,brother and family,. Mr. and
act, the Federal were obtained from the U. S. Soil Consara on Mrs W, W, Garrett
ress to approve Service. This land could be brought nto prod i charles os oey of Dothan
r Project which at a fraction of the cost of creating new iut*. nu spent the week end with his L. ,
s $4. billon in lands in the Upper Colorado River Bau i, Mo, DNoss
SMiss Wanda M cMillan -Spea
daughter of San Amngelo, Tedas Malcom. T ;.'.. I and daughter, few -days with Mr. and Mrs,
spent the week- with.h-er iater and Patsy, all of Geneva, Ala., spent a Mion of Dothan, Ala.
family, Mr. and Mrs.. Randall L. few days with Rev. and Mrs. L F. Mrr.'and Mrs. bitl Lee and daugh-i
Leet Adams and family tr Sandy spent Christmas with
Mr.. and Mrs .. Collins and Mrs. Keith Adams of Las Vegas,relatives i Miton,
son of spent Nevada is visiting her father relatives ina Mlton .
Mr. and Mrs. hdll L Lee mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. .- sses uth ad A awk'ns 1 ,
Mr. and Duval, Jr., and Adams. their mother, ." Nell Seem aand
daughters Christmas day Mrs. F J. Adams of Mobile, Ala. ,ether relatives.'
with his : nd family,- Jeff spent the week. end with her son'. Mrs! Kathy .-.: and son,
S. Sr., of .. .: oint. and family, Rev. and Mrs. L F. Jerry and Mrs. Nell Selem visited
Mrs. Emmett Hughes and daugh- Adams. relatives in Tampa "_. the
terms, Gale a._ :, and Mrs Mr. and Mrs.- Jim Godwin and holidays.


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PROCLAMATiON
STATE OF FLORIDA
XLCUT-IVE DEPARTMENT
I TALIJAHASISE2
WHEREAS, the Satk vaccine
comes too late for tens of thous-
ands of Americans who need con-
tinued care in overcoming the
" '- -. ; .; effects of this : : '
and
' WHEREAS, our people still
need the protection of emergen-
cy :' '. skils sand facili-
ties which have saved many, hves
and restored much human useful-
ness; and
W : 4_ the cost-' r .
aid, scientific research and pro-
fessiona education, esetiant to
the fight against runs to
many mizllons of dollars; and
WHEREAS the of this
state and this NatIonin past
.years have g ven their full sup
port to the .against polio
through the MariPh of Dimes;
SNOW, r.-.L- .*F r L .ROY
COLLINS, by virtue of the auth.
'-,'. vested, in me as Governor
of the 'State of ..r ,. do. here-
by -.iredaim the month tf Jan-
"Uary, ",. as
MARGH OF D'MES MONTH
AIn c.- ,. and appeal to the gen-


* self-interest of every
citizen to contribute t the March
of Dmies.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set rmy hand


and causes the Great deal of
the 'State of Florida, to be af-
fixed at T'.'' .'," the Capi-
tal,'th s 13th day of Desfmber,
A. D, 1955.
Signed' LEROY C-N.
Governor
ATTEST '
1 r.-P,. R A. GRAY
%&.irt*r., of State.

.Miss Mary Cox left for Birming,
,I'..,- Alao, .' :., after having
spent the holiday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox. She is
a senior at the Southeastern Bible
College in '- Ala. She
;t been training for foreign mis-
work.
Alex Adkins, Jr., of Miami, spent
'" .holidays with. .." ... Gene

Mr. and Mro. H. B. Williams and
:- -.. Mary, Ruth and Laura
r .. Linda Lou, Lenore Sue of Port
SWhite spent the with her
,. -. -,' Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelly.
Miss Martha '. spent the week
with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. WiaIms of Fort White.
Mrs, George Roberts of S.t. Marks
'. .been spending a week with her
daughter, Mrs. J. V. Canningtono
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cannington
Havana spent the week end with
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. (an-

Mrs. J. L. Godwin of Blountstown
is spending a week with her son
and r ,Mr. and Mrs. Jim God,
wint.


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Mr. and Mrs, Doss Kelly and
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with their I ,-.-' Dothan, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Yeager spent Monday in Bast Point
I -:.. with Mr. and, Mrs. Clarence
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Mr. and Mrs. Oyd Wedd and
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r.r, L. Carroll has been
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To Stetson Unive

Mrs. Alfred I. duPont of Jack-
sonville( one of the nation's out-
standing women philanthropists,
has given Stetson Uniyersity an
additional $23,000 to increase fa-
culty salaries, Dr. J. 011ie Edmunds,
president of the University said
this week. This is another in a
series of gifts to Stetson by Mrs.
du(Pont, which have been earmark-
ed for instructional expenditures
A newly-elected trustee of Stetson,
Mrs. duPont is expected to attend
'the annual. meeting of the trustees
in February.
"Mrs. duPont's designation of hei
gift for faculty salaries reveals her
awareness of the plight in which
nontax-supported colleges li k
1Stetson find themselves," Dr. Ed
rounds said. ",She has always recog
nized that good colleges must have
good teachers, and has been espec
ally outspoken in her concern for
independent colleges. We -are ex
tremely grateful for her support."
In making her latest gift to Stet-
son, Mrs. duPont said:
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cent Ford Foundation distribution
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Sizable Donation $85 billion In Road Chighland view wmropr act ors
t FMeets At Church Mon. Rora "Crick"
rsity For Operations Work Is Underway Chiropractor..
The Woman's Missionary Union
1. I Vof the First Baptist Church of High- ..
Gulf GetS $10,435.00 More than $85 millions in road land View met Monday afternoon H,- c
s aGa Tax Re d construction projects were under-at the church for the first meeting Ca n't/ -" 'of ,
In Gas Tax Refund way in. the state during November, of the yearand a business meet .
according, to a monthly progress igMrs. Macomer, presi- Thentry 666, the
Ray thatGrn terrs. alph Macomber, presi- T r
Ray E. Gren, State Comptroller, report issued today by Wilbur E. dent, presided over' the meeting, .. icine, for ",.
reports that gasoline dealers paid. Jones, Chairman of the State Road which was attended .by 15 members a 666 cm st
$16,862.98 .to his office -in December Department. The meeting opened with the prescribed drugs
for the 7 cents per gallon tax on In additoin to the $85,101,722 of reading of the fourth chapter of dramatic result
their November sales of gasoline projects already under construc- Malachi by Mrs. Macomber followed n oI compiled ra ii
in Gulf County. He distributed tion, Chairman Jones said that bids with the watchword, song and pray- compete ro
$10,435.28 of thi tax for road bonds were received for $6,932,153 in new er by Mrs Nor Rooney No -
or road building purposes in this construction. During the month reports from various committee or 666 (, :, '.'
county. contracts were formally awarded chairmen.were given and regular r,. .' Lu : ... F.[ T r T- -:, .
-.-Sales of gasoline In the entire for other road construction totaling business transacted this scene from "NOT AS A STRANGER' released by United Artists P ur i
state totalled 13,54,360 gallons $6,72,002 while work competed It was announced by the presi-
r in November and the tax collected and accepted by the Depart- moeen t that next week a Bible Study
was $7,213,80526. This is approxi- in the period amounted to $1,058,- would be d and all members are MRS PORTEIR'S BOOK OF Attend Gator Bowl Game C
mately $767,000more than the same 032. urged to attend. The study will be POEMS. ACCEPTED BY LIBRARY Mr. and Mrs. John Robert SmithM
L month last year,., and represents Richard *.. -.... of Monticello,' conducted (by a. visiting teacher 'Friends of Mrs Ned Porter will and sons, Bob and Edward spent .
an increase of 12%. oad Board member for theThird from another church be inthreted to know that she has the week end in .Jacksonville and FUnera
L -', "reported that construction Mrs. : Coker d.smis.ed the been advised through the office I .. C.1 the Auburn-yanderbil1
rp h tMrs L:-,eCoker'dismissedtheSurinten- g Aubur
Throat Irritations can come from under 52 contracts in the 1 6 coun- meeting with prayr of ThomaD. Bailey, Superinten- g. 60 Lon
r our spine.--See a Chiropractor. ties comprising this district ac- dent of the State of Florida *-. -
S- :. :-.-..J for $11,965,336 'of the state ment of Education, by Dr.. Sam
Advertising doesn't cost-It PAYS total. Visitor From Lutz .-:. 1 T. -,ctor of the Division of ew mins
The mulhing ot 7.827 miles on M Lynn lehel of Ltz .. : : Field Servce of the needed, with a good dust gun and a Oxygen
LEGAL .AD E-RTISING ,.-,, Road 30A in Gulf County been the L .'.:, guest of her a I, -i ...- 'ment of Educatio, who good dust will save a garden thai
IN T CiIHET IOT R *'..U j I. from the Franklin County line to and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. .* is chairman of the Courses of may be destroyed by nsacts and Amb
GULF '. "'r'Ji'j. FLORIDA. Port St. Joe is reported to be 23% -_-' ..r- and iss Judy Fensom. -Committee and an ex-officio mem- diseases.
*IN CHACERY. complete. Miss Fleishel is a former resident '. of the State Textbook Rating 1I -
..-.i ENNY, JR. and we, _____ of this committee, that her book of Flor
'SABAHLOGAN KENNEY, ida historical poems, "Pasua Flor- Yo
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE Sunday SchoolClass Move id You Are oriawy Ivited T
vso .New Home by Dorrance and Company,
JOHN W. 2IMONSON and wife, Has Holiday Party n M a Inc., of Philadelphia, hasbeenplac-
tBERTHA ANN ~'7, oMr and, Jimmy are Johnopyin in the Departmental Long Avenue Baptist
Defendaf, O. -. .new home on Seventh Street e recommended to the librar-
NOTICE 'The, Young Married .... heeeREV. J. C. ODUM,,Pastor
THE STATE OF, FLOR D.-. ., "' of theLong A vnue -' i ie. of the public school system oUM,
TO JOHN and the state for purchase. List-
wife, BRTA ANN .. I. '. hool enjoyed a bufet sup-e a fo ; s .SUNDAY SCHOOL 9
'whose place of residence is 303 i;'- .- the holidays at the Fo6r- andl Mrs. Grady Player, Mr. and ig of "Pasqua T .eat- MORNING WORSHIP 11.
Charles Street,. .. o ida Power lounge. The m co Mrs. P. B Mr. and IMrs. of Fower" wil1 appear n the Do-MORNING WORSHP 1 :
Sgia. G f friLa chic- -. o ... ., Mro and MrS of---'- Educ aton's pamphlet BAPTIST 'TRAINING UNION 6:
GRereby Iietha a a green bea ,; -. .. .-.. Jr. .Mr and Mrs. T rFlorida materials when it is re- EVENING WORSHIP 8:(
S .- title ha .- rolls, coffee and cake- .' ..* Mr. and'MrsKe.nnth -' ome time during 1956 PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 73
.-.-- -.' u.it Court of "ri an attractive Christmas atmos-!maan, Mr. and Mrs. ,: .- -, Money, hi
L. L "Circui t 0 M re. ClN ede
1 L Couyrit Mr and Mrs. Cliff Harper, Mr. More Light Needed Meeting In The High School Aud
againstyou 'tocancel as-a .-j .r' g .; R. and Mrs. J C. Traweek, Mr.b aed l if onl ope oni
upon. i,'.-. titleany -.i-.i..n I led the gr in M gng Ros- Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. oft he cot of a newI ALWAYS WELwere
right, title or interest in or len ,.,r .;:-, carols. Joe Ferrell, Wesley R. Ramsey and set aside for lighting excluding
upo t o desribere Those i attendance were: Mr e Rev. and Mrs J. C. Odum- the wiring
property situate In Gulf ".
Florida, to-wit
Lots Nineteen (.19) and ..
(20) in Block Three (3) ic0 :, *
Addition to Beacon lll, a subdl-
vision of parts of Original Lots
3, 4, 6, 9 and 10, in Setion 5,
Townshi 7 .:.:.. 1-. Range 11 .
West, as ,per r .' on file in the
office of the of the -Ciruit
'Court of Gulf County, Florida
that you ma ybave, and you are
hereby required to serve upon Ce- /
cil G. Costin Jrr, : '". attor- W- A
ey, Whose addreas- -Ae- h i h r icedv-
11 f ort St. Joe, ... a copy .
.. .nd file with the Clerk of said
Court the original of an Answer to
the Bill of Complaint filed against
you herein on or before the 6th day -
of February, 1956. Herein. fail not 7
o aw ugt wln a ...but it's the '56 Chevrolet
W- NSES. my hand and official
Seal, this 28th day of -.'., A.
D., 195., .
Clerk 0r P Ci uit Court
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INSUROR
Port St. Joe, Fla.


BILL'S PLUMBING SHOP

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



IRADIATORS REPAIRED and RECORD
A~ TO: CLEANED, FLUSHED

STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED


Pate's Shell Service
Phone BAIl 7-9291 223 Monument Ave.
WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS


- ..... .- : .' this handsome new
Chevrolet for a .. .. -car!
It looks -,.:t ." '.',--'..: bracket" with its
bold new 1t.:t its longer,
' .- hood .. it9 proud new :. L that
.,. '- the full front end.
,Even the .:i- .;- .-.-.., do credit to an
expensive car. .-like the sleek, high-fashion
, ..- '. .. (the left one ..'.. the : cap!).
But, even l.- .. r..i the .-.,- appearance
of its Fisher Body, Cihe'..: gives the high-
pLI: cars a run for their money. For it's
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THE NEW BEL AIR SPORT COUPE-one of 19 high-priced-lookihg Chevroldt models.
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one of the few great road cars built today!
It brings you the added security of nailed-
down stability on turns and lightning accel-
eration for safer passing. Horsepower now
ranges all the way up to 205! All engines now
have hydraulic-hushed valve lifters.
Of course, Chevrolet has safety door latches
in all models. In addition, you can have seat
belts, with or without shoulder harness, and
instrument panel padding at extra cost.
There's a new Chevrolet just made for you.
So come in and highway-test it.


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Corner 4th and Williams 'Phone 7-2221 Port St. Joe, Florida


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Side activity med-
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had until inventory. Our loss is your gain. New, Used and slightly shop worn.


KITCHEN BARGAINS


SALE STARTS 8:00 A.M. THURSDAY
ENDS SATURDAY, 6 P.M.- 3 BIG DAYS


Many Other Items Not Listed


Reg. $27.95 Pyrex
6 32-Pc. Sets of Dishes
Worth $100.00 Good finish
Bendix Automatic Washer
Reg. $12.95 v-
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A* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING R- 1 ae Pro gr TPo Ss Mon. a l EtUTio mpossib e to c.,
..... BA, I7-7741 .. 411 Reid Ave.' Necessary-To Teaching o p f bd ,
W D Reo WILLIS V.: ROWAN POST 116,1Mr W. H. Howe1, Jri, presented Ework with the whole child;i m,
WANTED TO RENT: 2 bedromo THE AMERICAN LEGION. M the progra o e Elementary Children o, motonal,. ental
House or apartment. Unfurnish- ing fir-at and third Monday nghts 'Soelety of Christian Service of the cal needs must be satisfied
FOR RENT ed. .Four in family. Contact Marion 800 p.m., American Legion Home. .. Meth. by JEAN JUMP Physical Education ..
AN^ 2< EDROO HOUE Musselwhite'-at IGA Store. o ,,tho d ,s by JEAN JUMP .
I 1 AND 2 BEDROOM HOUSES MASOWO TErNPLE F. & A. M '.P' *- BE. R HUE .--, .. -
and APADTMENTS NOTICE Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular' i ,,r --. i .-m .-u-. fi'"' -;.'
LOW MONTHLY RATES A reward of twenty-five dollars meetings 2nd and 4th FrI. l i .- -. .;. '.a'_t r,,, ..r ,.
LW R ROUNDS ($26.00) wil be paid for informa- days each month, 8:00 p. m. -- .... -,, .... :. .. .
tion leading to the arrest and con- Members urged to attend; '.. ..rt m,_,I,. t,...t
v- action of the person or personas lifting brothers welcome. W. L. .;, ,r ,, ..-, ac .. :
-who damaged and defaced ,the gov Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Tpawick,- ,,, .,: ,-. ,. :.- ,- *",. .aT:. ,* ~ .; fr.-..- ...- ..
DEPENDABLE Apply Mexico Beach Office ernent owned State Const ution... r n
AConvention Monument at Port St. vecretary- .... .'. w e ii -',h-' i ,,.,.:1: s', t, i-
HANDS office On Mexico Beach Joe oonDedication Day, Friday, De- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O .-J" -' .-..'- : .'"..- '* ,':. ',:.;,,. ,... I, ,.,
Phone BAIl 7-4071 4t-12-29 comber 16, 1955. Florida Board of O Fo Meetsflrt andthirdThur.,E v1 -.i .,. vr ? T ;. ".- '.5 .- '. I .... .. .,,;
TO PUT YOUR FAITH IN Parks and Historic Memorials, 204 days,7:30 p m n Masonic Hall. All'. -. r :. .. -,,T ._. .r- ",. .. .-. .
Center Building. Tallahassee, Flor- members ured to attend; visltIng -, -, r ., ,- -. .. ... --
Trained to fight illness...pre- FOR NTda 2t. rethrea invited. HI H. Shirley, N.

ly the drugs your doctor 20 en Ave., Phone f -. l deep p House h a.pproxi- M 2d m anond -wel ome Jmmy .. -.
prescribes. The hands of,,. FOR RENT: Rooming house and '. -- 1200 sqo ft. of living, area, ng crn HanioP welcome. Jim .i
cafe, combined with store facial plus garage .and an ,. ._ Greer, High Pret H. R, Malgo,
.,r-... : .,_ "... .:. ..-. .,o ,
ties. See T. H, Stone, tfcl-IS Lot is already grassed and land secretary. ....-- 7.I~*.". o'-
FOR RENT: Apartments, furnished n ly $12,6A 0 LOYAL ORDER -. *, : ,:
and unfurnished. 522 3rd St. LOST: Blue parrakeet. Belongs to OFMOOad o t ,.. -., ... ,. 1 .,
n Store Phone 7-9411. t42-8 Mcormick ,children, 801 Garri Meetings at Moose 2.- :.1 ,q I'_ "'' ','"' "r''I'; '' ' I'"' .. .. -.-
FOR RENT: Smal unu, nhoedson Ave 1t Meeting n ght ev I .. .., ,. i I
PHONER9164Hal, 1 Fourth .l--- vt- -
PHONE 7-1371 house on Lon]; Avenue 1305 Long SPECIAL SERVICES r other .Monday.
..AT. e.._. ... sq t oJ ,_d y Fo som Entertosns -
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house a KELEC R Hd V WCS Meeas, G s With Co P y :'O,,,.... ., ,. r..,,
AON 1S BORN TO THE Bea on Hil. Fresbpait with ig We oehnnato"- A .' .
'REV. HARRY DOUGLA gla in po.. electric nd rfrge NOTICE OF NTE.NTreaN N -aae. a ,n ar P,, ,. r.
Frank Alexander Douglas is the te Hobaugh property. Contact Mrs.. -ec and rrigrh TNO D OLV, COPORATION
name chosen ,by ethe ev. anMrs. H Woodward phone 4.t .-S, d*s'd te Notice is herety given under the ,- .
Harry Bell Douglas, Jr, 1 1 Lake ,,, I rFo, .. YOU ARE INTERESTED in sa !of t0 ion 828 O ... ... -- "- I .. .
Ella Drive, for .their first son. He Apartmet Call 7-5'881 t i e g money see us for ?i .'..: cororatios listed below, the same .. r.t
was born December 1 in Tallahas-, Bill'Rasmussen tfe toun need in your home STOP and ,-._ ported under 'the laws '. .:,-. ... ..... .
ee Memorial Hospital and weighed .-- SWAP SHOP. *and according to the -.
po n1 4 oun es me. ...~ .FOR RENT: 3 room downstairs records of the ,Secretary of IState, ,-- .
is th e former ae regte and urnihed parent Private en Keys Made While You Wait each and every such corporation ap- A _. *.a. iaD
trance. Available immediately Mrs. 35 EACH ears delinquent or three () year : :
their daughters are nusan Eliza' C A. Mceowin. Phone 7421 ito or more in the filing of reported (yd .; ; -- : ,:... I
beth, 2% an Frances tanford, 1. BICYCLE PARTS aymnt of taxes under te rov- .,, ,; ,
Rev and Mr Doglaaere orw for- 'RNT:e bedroom unfur- WESTERN AUTO sions of sectionn 608.3, Florioda ta- .. V .. ..." .. t -
Re. an Mr a ere ied house Hiwa and Gulf tes, 195, and that under the pro-( -- For BABY NEEDS and
mer residents of thi. city and R. L. F rtner, Mexico Beach 2tc R el Parts and Reair visions of said Setion 08, Flor- ... .
resided on Hunter Circle. He was ida iStatntes, o 95, said .e '. lo r- .
minis ter in charge of St. James' FOR __SALE A RAL TPAIN i goo ue : .: been clase a. subject to dl -. GiIFTS FOR BABY
Episcopal hurch. HOUSE FOR ALE: Unfurnished Your credit is good ad that te ) mont s.. ...
S- room home, corner Palm after date oft .11 e ,rh,, is .. each .--
VIEta From MeSle .' ,d 14th'Street, gPort St Joe. TRADE US tat useless article for and eeory such corporation isted. ," .' ., ..
V.'sito:s From Mbe blind circulating ol something usoef ul. STOP and elow that has not in the mean- ,' ,, ., ', .,.. ,, J '-, T'S "
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Boswell and haoer, water heater. Contact Kar- WAP. time filed its reports due and paid ,'' , '., "
son Dale of '..":. Ala., spent the da, .- Box 5 or h o the taxes due under the roson .- .. . AU E LE
thr mas i her.e ith Mro aft-er em., Marian a, la At P't GLES, LAWN MOWERS and of ISection '608. 38, Florida statutes, :,. .., '
SoTBOARD MOTORS epaired. 195', will e certified to the G ........ ... ..
Boe mother, Mr T. Bo ALE House trailer. Com- Jake Gain 7th St., ighlan View ernor of the State of Florida, ho -
trancpear delnquetforthre (3)year


wellad fa le miy. furnished, Call 7-1903. Phons 7-26-1. tIe will issue a Procamation at Mhat i -- -
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January 9

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ALL DAY ON OPENING DAY


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