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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JOE
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper


MTE. STA R


THE S STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted. To the Con-
tinbed Development of
Gulf County


Fort St. Joe -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
"' II III1 O Pe YerNU B RI 0


VfOU nMUE XIX


Single Copy 80


'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1956


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


We didn't want to say any- ,
thing about it last week while
the wound was still raw, but
we just couldn't help but get -
a little .ticlded at John Robert N ",
Smith when Auburn lost the
Gator Bowl Game..
The night before the game we
went into John Robert's just as
he was closing up and he had
a big grin on his face. We were
looking for something but John


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[ ii o li ve r ,^j9
operation n .nred in


rForr tpalach'coia Irver


Holland Attacks


Delegation To Go To Washington To


he was fixing to stepfrom his Foreign Aid Plan Seek Last Minute Diversioitof Channel
Drug store into his car and head-
for Jacksonville to see Auburn, Of ES how r eorge Tapper and Earl At-: .. to allow-dredging to
(his ld.ama maer) ineOf Eisenhower eoG o r Tap erand a1 A .r o alow o
(hatis old alma mater) win the' borethe County on n the Apaaicola River
Gator Bowl". John was bragging ? ... Eisenhof recommene Commission at a..mspecial t to secu re rights-of-way and
how weAuburs vite gonna have to look datio of more funds for foreign Tuesday night to appeal to the easement- needed by the r' of
vision while he was going to be in his State of the Union Meo Engineers for the dredging.
ig te w tehe w ong t a. e ge last week ai receiving onoid The two Port St. Joe cities
teright there watching the slaugerable caustic comment from many George Tapper Starts tati teyfeltandthat Iwas
We heard he backed his car mem er of Congress among them Work on Tr ailer Court he coinsus'rof tha
back into town Saturday night A : b being Florida' SeSnior eator, O i t tie oPat e ha
Sct a fud r t .- L. ncHollando a. county should cooperate with
rather than drive in head first Coy she ,l cope ate wt
after thauburn lost hat game. The President asked for the ap arl Atchison, .... -. of the the many other counties nlolved
atern Robuer Gos,t. at a p ofu F In ore w at aisaoe. Te of the alsa g,--ai ale w a nnel from
.John Robert says, aw,me. ALAN HALLMARK sells the first Blue Crutch in a sale sponsored by the American I. f at '>. in new Chamber of Commer,ce said .:.-c no stand In the way of their
n er wait Post Saturday afternoon,' to Senator George G. Tapper. Hallmark was a victim of polio foreign aid money, -.: .. e that as a result of the Chain ....- a navigable channel from
next year II I.. |l ast week the Apalachicola to Atlanta.
S16 months ago and has -been under the care of the National Foundation ever since He has -. .:. in the new fiscal year:' lae o week the oala* ola to tlanta.
We were downtown. Saturday just recently returned from the Foundation's Hospital in Houston, Texas. (Y photo) would be only a. week to construct a tedny w1 to stand In the n't ihe
to take the picture of Alan Hall crease of I. oer Bhis Week to o i etruct a end. o s and n e wayi theN
tatk rI th pic-r a o Ala Hl a t hant trailer court at ward Ridge. other counties progre s but were
whenu cai e C. Guepr am yery skeptical about the 'The court will be a a0 aunit hol- merely trying to -ge the channel
wheand started t in e group l i ncea in foreign aid," telry, modern in all roaspect The to come by way of the Chiola
Nof men that %w,-; ,; 1 .bout T Holand said, "and certain- court will have electrical, wa l e f'A .. sated
wh en B ... ly intend to look at the whole pic s6wer co-eatis for each ,- was never their f Intention

g .s baldhead Wee re _.- / minatingn tis expenditure s1o that and other acl''tie s need a by wthes wotad never go f rough, a to
be hitanda.-.- .ere with thtse g s a -..--we can reply home o our tax modern trailer court. act ons.
'>c mpletedl. w it l addd to y, e.. ot fo thtoe
*,, ,,,, '., and ust, t......-...-. -......... -.a, money toward reducing the nation i aition o .. r -A committee fom the Coha nty
sto t ake a picture of cL u WILL. HAVE MEETING al, debt' vice the court will feature a largo ... will meet with the Nati oal
w t I .:.. hrYiattth Ct tE of lending a hleping hand to friend court proper that will r 1-' th within the next 10 days to try to
ture. Joh.. = Cl. ub ta The i Club te ort St. a r r il hat ll s ly 'and Asiatic countries tenant's children'with a safe the path of the dredging chan
o o i hov d of Gos pe -c e T lsINGa b ut eif- thiw help ins to become a to play, away oi all roads and ed If the. ou ty. not successfl
INo doubtlyou havoe near on osnpel Quartet Concert, Thurcasday,- col.t ine.tecu det to Nttraffi toundur a e .. willm witht i'o a l
-Wha. ffere club that i ,' on January 19 at 8 po.r. in the high Otis Pyle, chairman of the Gulf Sale sponsored by the Ar meican perman cnt reonsbfly wh ht idat w i theatn inthw xve tits, l supoftoyrto
uptown all A '..,, rh Cose guy chop atuditoruim. ., County March of. times drive aid Lpgion lanst Saturday after oonT, iNood I t w. gi- e 1as to when e -.t.ht te a ^rid~, T lr
.s r s -u 'f l o '..' 7 -, 4 .1 i s .h e c l u b i ; 'T .1 -, w e- t .[l v r e B L i e C u t b o, i a s 5" )0 j .i tna b o. o a' d h e ."- i' 0 0 .. '' 'a n d G"l C-t o nt y ~ h r. s o h...;a-
s of thday l "a".W, a r k0 Ec ra1is5d F au 'Eo. the pa me .A" -a expected i 'aA l alachkcola so that the channel may

I in their h.,...i n other II "v.i e:'dCltusei I '.' money collected in
-Nunthan hro u "QBetter Relations For Schools In January sp city wc S .ti Are Undeftatled

ee toeall visitors. Those o ay.ffee 111 .igh t 1 e ; t yle pointed oort th theA me cam- -

'pl. ''" *. '. '' ".,'_ .' A ,. ;. carry out the iame program as 'The month of Januaryo has been ad l .at. Gulf has a long way to o taer V n H w
were je T I' 1 'l [ Men: l'ays Fear in regards o underprivi- set' aside for objective number one go toward realizing its goal. He
A .ti to .. IN up some pledged. children, Key Club and '"To rededicate ourselves to streng- also emphasized that Gulf was now
in, -- had come in On young people es work," said John'thening home; church and schooll. in debt to the National Foundation
iw .-...1 t here was Charlie Robert Sm ith this week, president The first week in January, Tom for around $5,00i.00 for serv rices G
\ 1 ,ii I,i ', "' T o Owens, County Suerintendent was p entered to Gul ch ldren that have U ast Council Take Perfect 8-0 Record Against
.t oleT Yank the .".o th e io s eaker before the club and advias- contracted polio in past yearsN C.o a 8t C n a P t e ar e ot rd ayi s
4Company i St and I ''h.-pro'bes throughout the county. He Saturday with Alan Hallmark, son" M
h St t t co en t- said th R n 1955 a espciln asres te go o Mro and M-w Goridon Hallm ark F or in
Ssome W. t the1 need tr additional class rooms and who wdsa victim of olio 1e months At ort v n Port St. Joe is still undefeated Cgame. He dropped in 16 field goal
time, -even that early.n the day e, listed the recommendations of the ago selling the first crutch to Sen- o today but Carrabelle has their first and four three free throws for a
H. Ao Hardy, Gulf County Ranger Minimum Foundation program atore George Tapper. T he 29th Annul t meeting of the loss of the season as a result of total of 36 points. He was the only
We see by The 'up ,J,., says that 7.re records show for the The second week in January, the Gulf coat Council Als be hid there Tuesday night etwen player for Port St. Joe to hit the
in the .L '- 'I corner) last half of 1955 that thl e county had club met and had lunch in the ALAN '*HALLMARK DAY f Jatuy 16neth t e Co l thewo re iously undefeated dou le fo igures as subst itutes were
where the .. '.-, "a decrease in the number of fires Grammar 'School lunch room A Saturday wil be decared "Alanmunity Center in lort o Walton f team o used freely after the Sharkt rolled
ohat their II -- all along wase and acres burned d Compared to the lunch of frfed chicken snap beans, H allmark Da by th March of n tal t o t ut the hrks uroed
to not stand in the way of the same period in 1954, the records creamed potatoes, bread, 'butter Dimes committee The afternonDoyle of th e Pensaola Navaa l As tr easte by a 748 margi The Sharkm wllitu also paced the fSh arkt en
.1I -A',; ofth ,'t h ..e .' show as following: and milk was served. The Kiwan- will be enlightened by a parade Statioy wile bf e the principal N ae r e al reas a 8 rg he reot opced with 12.arHe was
.e. r 1,3- because I"'1' n"" -' 1954;. lightning fires, 29 fires, ians are now convinced that the of. the Port Std Joe High School er, it as announce today by pFnan year while Carrnbelle now- ha a h followed by. taylor and H1ote,
..tih r come i.. tI I".... e burning 135.1 acres, careless fires, children are well fed and commend- band down Reid Avenue at 4:.30 ci Taylsrn Preaident of yhe Gulf 71 mark. each with eight.
o ... not. But if 12, burning 1 0.9 acres. Incendiary ed the lunchroom for the -:! 's and a short concert in front of Coast Concl Bo Scut of t mh Geer Wl.ford Jnloitt war 1he carrabelle did some beater i the
(.... a h to do this fires, 14, turning 1027.4 acres ness and the atmosphere that the the police station From 4:30 on, erica outstanding point-getter in the second quarter but were still out
t 4',., I i.... s in the nR 1955; Lightning fires, 22, burning children eat in J Reid A 5enue wilf be decarad a Inrddi5hrga ilbt
Owen s, Couney Sue rintendee was tenderd toGlf hi l- in th rt haveTake Per bt s 8 cordi to Agais
utes of the .... :. :,, and heon Le 150.2 acres Careless fires,-5; burn- Hubert Richards, principal of the "Polio Toll Parkway" with collec- 'the presien o t heaoft Sil ver a t so hal2 time. vail
Engineer' office i Mobile ing 16,64 acres. Incendiary fires, school and also a Kiwanian outlin- tions being made at each end by eae Awrd tto three outstanding Service Men Will Speak Jetton and Millender were the
spae e-.hooee tha tew sendan.. ...on tr act e o inast yeaa ara. a
wpoednC. t h hae to se t 4 burnl t ing 7.4 acres Miscaneous ed to the members ome of the volunteer wth a big water bucket adult Scout workers Also the intal- Before C b Meet two top scorers for Carrabele
tha Board tot e.pr-.I 3ie burning 1.2 acres, problems of maintaining a good to fill up a nation of the new Council officers both tallied 12 points. Edward ad-
or to d them someone who This gives a to tal of 55 fires meal every day for 25. He stated Both the National Foundation 'for the curre t year will be made. Information has been received ded another ten to the losing
wouldaidiTburning 1,269S4 acres in 1954 and that some 'parents could pay for and your local chairman bring out h
W.1 1 Whet. 3}n 34 fires burning 2252 .acres in 1955, 'the meals and that some could nOto the fact that although the Salk essive opening and closing from the local Lion's Club that cuse.U
saidt thhe ''to assist individual wth their burn- however, I whether they could polio, th ar still many hou- rapa orsa t lrlnlaml and gn i erld. ~he r la ee g anthe 8 h e ea1 0 d
1' ,u 1 of ora gHe tihannelg problem whb poi tr not sn ds toHbe ehab c aeKelly, both from Bglin Field. The from- Tallahassee and Panama 1943 even with the reserves doing
ownan yfrt ee nen re Cth ea ia fct e r to athdecit the A a 'Cit Major Kenneth L. Ayers and 'most of the playing. S
uow th apyt w soulgd t besy t l a ness oa r e fmassi te b wing wh r w Wdnesday the Kiwanians will treated mfo s oowber the afteines e s on po M n Co mi of the iAn-l Mitv MAbnr C-alcb. P .ers otand fouotmhee lafiethro I. ther
Gu County that would e sym ruck Fire lanes can be have State S.enator Rawa of Mar- A strong example of this is meeting Commitee Ce An- MSgt. Abner C. BaloPort St.oe i at home intheir
pathetic to the channel t p a plowedtwith a cost to the land own- ianna who will appear before the Alan Hallmark, right here in our acr,, h e Major Ayers will speak on the next game Saturday n ight againth
anyw. -: down the '- er for $800 per hour, with the D club and give his views on reap-own city, who has to lve in a ad Arrangement hairma i United Stae Army Reserve and ottondle
pola Ciur A course this at tractors and for $10.00 per hour portionment respirator with the exception of Tom Brooks, Fort Walton Beach. how it affects the local commui- St. Joe Pos. Ca abelle
titude sent the representative for the larger type tractor, thea about three hours a day. The N- According to Taylor the Gulf ty with special emphasis on boys Ne ley, 4 G Larso, 0
back in dismay. Commissioner. Forest Service giving to the land- BROTHER OF RESIDENT tional Foundation has done won- Coast Council ended the year with between the ages of 17 to 18% Taylor, 2 F Crume, 5
Doe Whitfield said he f+ c-o the first 15 minutes free of DiES IN MA RIANNA ders with this boy with your con- a gain in membership and an in- years old. uElliott, 86 C Edwards, 10
couldn't see why the channel charge, with the tanker truck and tributionsr He has come from covn- crease in cout units MFSgt. Blalock will speak on the Wider, 8 G M1llender, 12.
couldn't come down the Chipola assistance of the o ranger being with Robert L. O'Neil, 27, brother of plete paralys' s to the point where A report gf the progress during regular amy and enlistment in Hinote, 9 1a Smith, 7
Cutoff The engineer explained no charge to the person who wishes Mrs. Micke Porcetti, Port St. Joe e an stay out of te iron ung he pat year will be made t a the regular army with assignments BS: St. Joe, Shuford, 2; Mun
that the proet was sought by ssisance from the State resident, died early Saturday instwayi oab o the i l ngti in the pca ye w begnn at a ococ the ree aoiU St. Joe, 2t ; unas
other counties around Gu and Hardy saidn that he urgency re- Mraianna ho i ali He was an cen entirely and mur t now wear the business meeting starting at 5:00 to schools of the individual's own 4; 'Fletcher, 5; Smith, C. 0; Smith,
Chme oun m entice tGnd ta t si thate G urel C ssireon. Mr inah le wad ad-bchest respirator and can even do P.M. in the Community Center choice. W, 0; Ray, 0.
that Gulf didn't' appear to be quests the people of Gulf County dent of Mlarianna. without 'this for a short period each Expected to attend the Annud l e it harrabellde Setton, 12; L. Smith
at all interested in the project to continue their cooperation in Mr. O'Neil was the brother o day. But, without March of Dimes Meeting will be H. E. Erb, Regional St James' Auxiliarysco quarter r
. until the past six months and aiding the Forest Servcie to make Mrs. Hal Coggin of 319 S. Mac- money, this probably wouldn't be Executive, and Kenneth Oliver,
then all of a sudden want the 1956 the best fire record year Arthur Aye., and Mrs. Andrew Mc- available to him, due to the pro- Deputy Regional Executive, both Schedules Rummage Sale st. Joe 23 20 15 19-77
channel to come down the Cut- since 1936 at which time the fire Kenze of Panama City; Mrs. Cal- hibitive cost to the private individ- from Memphis, Tenn. Carrabelle 7 15 13 13-48
Off when the other counties control in the county was organ- an O'Neil, mother, of Mariana; al l .
worked for years to get the chan- ized ac M. rs. Clayton Whitehead of Mal- i Te. aylor urged all adults nteret- hold a Rummage Sale Satur- BABY SHARKS WIN
ne put in. The survey was just lanna and Mrs. Pauline F oresburg Saturday, January 21, the new t d in Scouting in the 11 Counties day beginning at 9 o'clock in the The Port St. Joe B-team nosed
naturally made down the Big of Clayton, Wash., and one brot bmanne ur an will served by the Gulf 'Coast Council to Stone building next to the A & P out a close 214-20 vIctory over the
River and just co ldn't be Engineer, himse, was on hand ther; W. T. O'Neil of Miami. be manned by volunteers and will attend this most important meet- Store. Mrs. Victor Anderson and Carrabelle B-team in Carrabelle
changed on a moment's notice. to talk to the Gulf Commission. -t-- -- .... e igM for polio, ang. irs. Charles Wall will have charge Tuesday night.
Whitfield still-wasn't in favor of We still say we were right in Returns To U of F of the sales. Members of the Aux- Ed Smith and Ronnie Young each
letting anything besides the Chi- our editorial of last week and Robert Wailters returned to his days h ore with his parents, Mr. TRADE AT HOME iliary are asked to call either Mrs. scored eight points for the winners
pola Ct-off ,be dredged. Then the minutes of the Commission studies at the University of Flor- and Mrs. Bill Walters of Oak' Wall or Mrs. Anderson if they wish and Bill Barber hit five for the
at the last meeting the District will back us up., bp ida Sunday after spending several Grove. a Send The Star To A Friend to have articles collected. losers


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ile, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cur ti High School Students et; 12-B, ndviidual numbers in-
A. Griffin of Port St. Jo*, were Committees Named To Head Phases w,,h P,,, T ent Show cluding a barber shop quartet.
married Saturday evening at +hei JaW e Special feature on the program
Marsh Avenue Church of God. Rev f St. James W omens Auxiliary tudens of Port St Joe Hg will be a "Rock and Roll" number,
E.- M-. Eli officiated. School will present a Talent Show, a guitar -number, and a specialty
Miss Sylvia Stancil rendered rh number by the Feudin' Five.
nuptial music including "0 Prom- St. Jame' Women's Auxiliary Actions" will be taught by the Rev. Friday night at 800 pm. in the Th time is 8: p.m., Friday
ise Me," "Because of You", "I of St. James' Episcopal Church Tom Miller. Mrs. N. Comforter was high school auditorium. January 1 atthe Hig School Au
Love You Truly" and "Perfect held the'regular monthly meeting appointed chairman of St. Margar- The show, under the sponsorship ditorium.
Day." Larry Willyame, soloist sang in the Parish House, onday after- et's Guild; Mrs. Paul Fensom, St. of the Parent-Teacher Association -
"My Wonderful One," "I Believe" noon at 3:30 with the president, Ann's Guild and Mrs. Victor Ander- of the high school, is being brot HIGHLAND VIEW GARDEN
and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., presiding son, St. Mary's Guild. into shape by Leroy Bowdoin and CLUB WI HAVE MEETING
The bride, a petite brunette, was Fourteen members were present. T a Imembers of the faculty. Benefits
Given in marriage by her father. It was voted to continue with he follow charmn were wil go into the general fund or The Highland View de
SShe was lovely in her gown of the pledges and talents; to have so pointed Mrs B Mazaro school projects. Club will have the monthly c.-
Swhite bridal satin with importedthree night meetings r the Christian education; Mr Tom Mi ing, Friday at .3 p. in the home
S: lace bodice. The long sleeves end- year one in March, June and in ler, devotional; Mrs. Albert Ward Each an every parent of stu- of Mrs. Ted Whitfield,
B" .. ed in calla lily points over the October; to have an after church and Mrs. Henry Maige, altar work; dents o fthe school and all inter 'The program will be, "Tras
S wrists. Lace was appliqued on e dinner once a month with the last Mrs. Victor Andeson, united ested in the school are being issued planting and How to do it" by Mrs.
40e floor length skirto Her veil of il one to be on the third Sunday in tank offering; Mrs Otto Ander- a special invitation to attend and Lila Williamson. All members are
lusion was caught in a tiara of January with St. Ann's Guild in son Christian social relations; see the interesting show asked to bring arrangements of
""ogMr.RobertBellows,Sr., supply-
orange bssoms She carried charge of table arrangement and The show will include the follow- dried flowers and driftwood.
.| " bridal bouquet of white carnations coffee. innm n M r Wl R ig: 7-A, solo; 7eB, pantomime;
tied with white satin ribbon. Delegates to the meeting in Tal oro t Mr W er MS n, u 7-C, ol; 8-B, two solos 8-D, solo; Dinne Guests Here
Miss Estele Stephens, a college lahamsee were appointed-as follows; 9-A, quartet; 9-B, pantomime; Mr and Mrs. Charles Van Horn
';:" mate from Jacksonville, was maid Mrs Punal Fensom and Mrs. Albertf e Cht C 10A (not complete); 10-C, piano and son, Bobby of Lynn Haven
..S:." ... 'of honor She wore a ballerina 'Ward, delegates and Mrs.. Basil The Rummage Sale was announ- solo and vocal solo; 11-A, panto- were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr.
length aqua lace over taffeta with -' J ad Mrs. Tom Miler, ed and all members wereurged mime; 11-B, vocal solo; 12-A, quar- Bert Munn, Friday.
IJw.hite accesones S c r.ie, -. to get their clothing and articles
D' ..... nosegay of yellow asters tied with Itwa announcedhat the en-to Mr Wal or to Mrs. -
l "aqua ribbons. ton Study, Man's Needs and God's at an early date.
Bridesmaids Margaret Pigott, .
"J 1v Frances Pigott, sisters of the bride
,,n,,e, M ...... J .,,.. arriag e af Linda Ga l Pyle, James ,-
d Lavonne Pigott, cousin of the of Linda aail Pyle; am s
bride, wore identical gowns aof pink
,, canyon over taffeta wth bolero| of .orr t ray o em n ze ec 3i T
.. matching affeta. They "i 1 "I
nosegays of white baby n,,

Sally Pigott, Jimmie Paul Griffin Ae'b e a" s, BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M.
aAnderson of Jockmony BOXaOFnICE OPENS 6030.... A
United In Marriage In Jacksonville Bemby Williams and Eu FRST SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.

Mrsi, !E gott hse or .
In a setting of palms, white, Parnnela Pigott, daughter of Mr. cho sefor ." h
gladioli, frn and tal white tapers and Mrs. Frank A. Pigott and ter wedding a blue brF- ,. DAY orl SATURDAY TUESDAY
in white candelabra, Miss Sally Jimmie Paul Griffin, of Jackson- feta d a coage o ed ,. ......
A reception was held at ."-"
oftebride's'p agents on .8

The party rooms were '.J4". D 1
with red and white gae T,- ,tl lI l
lace cloth was center -' ,-. -.... .'..
three-tier wedding cak "" '"
with a miniature bride a; i
A crystal punch bowl we ... ,. -
Mrs. W ilson Pigott, au. i C-N -, C, <. .r
bride, served at the par. C Oi 0 MO OLLINS I -
and Miss Haddie Gilson ": .
0 e 0 e V0 bride's book.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY Leaving for a wedding .. I wII' :miinr' 7,.-7,,, .
bride wore a midnight ',..
Suit with navy af Wednesday & Thursday
__ land t he corsage from bh. -.4



marrig- is also employed r 'L ''''O AM f CRAI4
.. ..1fPA! V`- fthe Standard J E' .. .. '" "

Mrs.o Grifin attendea ', -SUNDAY. MONDAY .
F Fort Myers and was as m 'I:l'"' ;
last year's graduating c ..",.
SATURDAYEONLY Trist0in attended schools
FE A T U R E N o -St.AJoe.N o int"nded'so ....''' "-" !A v E N -'D tA ltO r -



Mr. and Mrs Otis Pyle announce Joe Lumner ana Export Company. _4.
marriage of their daughter,. The wedding took place Satur +'- .
i'. ,_ Gail to James Oarroll Bray, day, December 31 at Donadsonville, a ..na"
OH Y ... .LDson of Mi& B. W. Bray of St. Ga. ___ _'
ONNY SHEFFIELD ; .......
BOBA
Sr,, and Mrs. Marion Hewett of


SUNDAY and MONDAY


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GEORGIA


TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY


A UNIVERSAL-INTEKNAU NAL- Plf11 1

THURSDAY and FRIDAY


S;" ': Mill announce the birth
ort a son, Philip Harris on January
Mrsm .--: '- be remembered


as Erma Lee Harrirs.

Mr. and Mrs Ronald Alfred Cox
of this '*,, announce the birth of
a son, Ronald Charles Cox on Jan-
nary 6 in the Municipal 7 _. .
The baby weighed 9 '- 15 oz.
I-, Cox is the former .,-
Jones of, this city.

Mr. and Mrs.. James Monroe of
S.-. :- = announce the birth of
a son on January 10. in the Munici-
pal Hospital. The baby weighed 7
Iba., 2 ozs. Mrs Monroe is the for-
mer Catherine Yon of Apalachi-
cola:'


Marietta Chafin Named To .
-Head Committee at Judson

Marin, 'Ala. Each year at
Judson College the freshmen take
over the responsibilities of the Ex-
ecutive ?- .. .. Student Union
f:. or a week. Each council
member chooses a freshman o fill
her place.
On '..5:.; December 5, ,-
freshman .Council held its iat
meeting which as conducted joint-
ly with the Marion Institute BSU
Council. Dinner in the Judson Din
ing Room preceded the vesper
'service which was conducted in
the college chapel by Mallory Brat-
ton, Tusoaloosa, vesper chairman.
Ann Myrick, Atmore, president
of the Freshman Council, presided
at the meeting. Among those-chos-
en were Marietta Chafin, Port St.
Joe, Fla., Training Union Chair-
man. Miss Chafin is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Melton Chafim.

NOTICE
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debts incurred against my name
by anyone but myself from this
date forward.


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I THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williamrns Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publlshing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
Entered as second-closs matter, December 19, 1987, at the
Postoffice, Port St. Jae, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, 3.00 SIX MONTHS $1JO
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adviser
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisement
rhe spoken word is given scant attention; the printed w',rd
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts
the "printed word thoro ly enovinces. The spoken woad
Is lost- the erutul wo remain.

"A HEALTHY NATION IS A STRONG
NATION"
The Food and Drugs Act of 1906, the origin-
al basic federal law on which has been erected
our unquestioned assurance of wholesomeness
in what we eat, drink, swallow, imbibe, ',..a w .:
rub on, skuirt, spray or dunk in, celebrates its
fiftieth birthday on June 27th. This will be the
anniversary of the day on which Congress pas-
sed the famous Act that as signed :1! i'-.; after-
ard -by Teddy Roosevelt.
But the Colden'Anniversary observance is
,already swinging into its year-long celebration
under the sponsorship of the Association of.
Food and Drug officials of the United States
in partnership with AmericAn business. And
perhaps the most remarkable thing about the
hing ding is that much of the steam and en-
thusiasm is being supplied by the f.... *i, drug
chemical land cosmetic industries which the
- Act regulates.
Leaders of these industries are recalling
that passage of the Act in 1, : ... i.- J the sue-
cessful conclusion under the i.- ,-.-' .. of the
famous Dr. Harvey Wiley of a twenty .. bat-
tle for the :.'": not ...i of consumers,
* but processors as ell. We are. ,.'- .,- reminded
. that these were the- days of the great '.. i of
food processing out of the kitchen t. into
the i- '.... -- .. ,_ ideas on .... bac-
terial action and preservatives were limited by
the scientific i-:-... '-...-', of the day.
Under the direction which the Act provid-
ed to a .i- .. .' :- ..... -..... the economy of the
nation as well as its health was 1 ..... ..
Broadly amended in subsequent years to meet


0AE


"l" warmer. ,
Smart Driver Realizes on the. starter- a
u* in .purrm and roff yo
His Own Weakness winter, you car
gish and you hav
T' A L L A~S9B The smar to warm-ups on c


motorist is the fellow who real- cared Kirkman. TAlUDILABISSi (tNS) :- The
ies that he needs to overhaul-his experts everywhere will [Tie Florida Hoghway Patrol an-
driving habits more often than. his tell you that highway accidents mounmced ast week they were satia-
.... t ays tho-Florida High- w-oud be slashed materially If the with the .-. ,.traffic
-way Patrol. motbrisit would aweopt winter driv- a1ety campaign which saw a total
Very few motor vehicles get an. ing -. and adjut his of only 21 deaths in the state. But
overhaul job twice a year,but the habits to that kind of a situation .,Governor Colline said it was a
average motorist knows it is smart I Of course, the same to m- frustrating weekend, --- .., the
business to overhaul his drivingme .. too. of. National Guardsmen
habits at least two times every "Your car-need a little kinder and plane to the regul ar Highway
year. I attention in our cool the Patrol foree.
..:' -the feel of the road and patrol commander, said, "and you 'Th toll fo the holiday. week-
how his automobile operates in the can rest assured that for every end was one more than was kill-
winter months is one thing to the ounce of cautio- n yiu take ,ed during the amo period last
driver, while warmer months drv- .get a pound of go aafe motoring ar. figures for the am
tag is quite another," declared protection in return" *- showed a decided increase'
Comdr. H. N. Kirkman of the Pa- in 1955 over the previous year.
trol. Riwinkl, Twrkte oantil H eid Clfton
* "In summer the days are longer When you se e t ar said the calling out of the National
and that means more- .: driv- you don't Not The Guard to assist the Patrol -..
ing hours; while in the- winter names from your eyes, not'the.itarm mas eve had been ': success-
mouths, night comes quicker -and .l ful." He said there had been no:
up comes the head of that ugly It pays to advertise try It unusual incidents and the pubie
subject --.poor -.. -- had been very : -


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 I 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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The good things you've been hear-
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But "go" is the word for '66! Per-
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A short spell behind the wheel will
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THURSDAY, JANUARY.1.2, 1958


THIR $TAR, PORI ST. JOE, GULF CPUIIr'vY TuO(MA


the challenges of 'new scientific developments, From Hefinding It'arder tbuyhi way, descr option of mythica Pompey's
new public needs and tastes and the ever-in- VView From Pompeys Head" Bold, into social acceptance in the new-,Head. Like the rest of this mem-
new public needs and tastes and the ever-in- rold South, pinpoints "The View orable, strong and mature film,
creasing public ability to buy what fancy di- Ditinctive Drama n CinemaScope o Pompey's Head." they go right to the heart of the
states, this legislation i probably the most sig- For it is not so much a view as matter to disclose a "View from
nificant in all history. a viewpoint. It contends that a Pompeys Head" which avoids both
As the bulwark of national health, the foun- From what many thought was failing great author who resides in form o Shintoism-anceor r sensationalism and preachy pre-
dan stone of public confidence, and the sup-the best book of last year, 20th in self-enforced seclusion. Compli ship-is still practiced in the fundity.
nation stoCenturyFox has produced a film,cations ensue when Page falls in South, and that even in the con-
porter of responsible free enterprise, this legis- "The View from Pompey's Head," love all over again with the girl, emp forward minded new se a again
nation may justly share ith the Declaration of which many more will think is the Dinah, he had eft behind him many- minded new Use ats Margarine
man this old adherance to caste Estimates are that 31 million
Independence the credit for America's position best motion picture of this year. years before despite the fact and tribal position is unbudging American women use margarine,
in today's ord. In the protection and enlarge- Certainly the readers of. Hamilton that each inow married t anCinemaScoe and col- and spendabout four.billion n-
th.p.r .. do hadpe-lBasso', controversial beat seller other. The fact that Dinah's s- ilmed in CinemaScope and col- utes yearly kneading or st g
ment of life, liberty and thecould expect no finer screen adap-:band, Mickey Higgins, is a local or by De Luxe, the cameras take color into the product.
ness", the one is the handmaiden of the other 'tion than Philip Dunne, in the cap- Loy from the wrong side oft. the full advantage .of location work in -----
acities of director, producer, and tracks who got rich quick but is actual Southern towns fitting the Advertising doesn't eoat, it PAYS!
scenarist, has given them, and
IN THE SAME IMAGE film fa .generally have reason
World F' Ai~.c'a Day, observed this year on to be grateful to unne for daring -
January 15th reaffirms a r for all of to be different and bold enough to
us to live by the basic need for unity of all tr out a distin etve, powerful
mankind under one God. romantic drama.
Science in its progress hag shrunk the world The film, which opens Sun. at
through speedy .... and commune the Port Theatre ia faithful to he
cation but terrifying weapons have nade it novel in relating the atory of An-
easy to destroy. Universal peace cannot be only (Sa ny) P ge represent
tave ofa New York ;-
a dream --it has become a ,-." and the whose mission t i' to return to
ultimate :.. o be :..- by the t-rue unity his old home town I the South to
of man, The alternative is devas station yield the mystery enveloping a
World Religion Day, founded by the world this ame town of Pompey'a Head 9 ::..
wide Baha'i religion in 1950, has :::::
the ay to Sthis The .. ,
that man'ssteady ,:.to ful unity HALM A. S
becomes apparent when we perceive that Reve-
lation has I..-.-- progressive; first of God of one SHOES are GUARANTEED
people, their the God ,: ,.: and now the to give satisfaction
God of mandind. Low In Cost *
Such uniy is not m[. :r..fi-f, i -- ---"High In Value
hberty This crucial issue of our time il the
theme of World f.- D;", this year ob-h -
served by Baha'is in "-American comauni-
ties as -- as in counties all ove the o Are All Cold i
In the usual sense, .: -, means Remedies Alike?
the to worship .... state '.. N F-- R emedes ik he wd
For the Baha'is, this definition i a s aOne; a!viy o e weih omb6is 4
for fai is i- .: ... I and respect of the most effective widely-pre-
ed c ...i.. h bed drugs known, to relieve ail .
e '..,.. he as an ,,.-- ,,-- cold misriess ooner 66 i more I
major in Iran are potent and gives positive, dramatic,
d.relief fro min ries of acl kinds BETTER Il G (-11i11.1: MOTHER AND YOUNG DAUGHTER COOK STEAKS on no-
Thefcsh,'wy66have6isasea ct e sea uisur- bile stove, father and boy busy themselves in yard. Patio area which is covered is equal to
~The I- Lo. have -. hi in e eseM. Try it that of the yard Itself. The ceiling planks are of Southern Pine. One wall of patio stone
Larrower into a cae ll foth: c ar h 666eqd, and the other, Southern Pine siding. Note wide roof overhang created by continuatia,
',: of manldnd to recognize the oneness or 666 Cod Tae theplanks. ...:
God and the truth that all ,-. '
were created by Him,"
In their, ~. the ,.-,' National As-
t i. called use of "'i the resources
S.... to bind in one
S.. -,; we .,..... races, classes, and
creeds."

you Step N "
nd the old bcugy ri4tro s atisIed.- .
)a g, but in the
re to give though With Xmas Traffic
001 morning%,".. .. .. .k. : .


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TOO LATE
TO CLASSIFY
BY RUSSELL KAY

One of the most interesting con-
tacts I made at the recent Florida
State Chamber of Commerce meet-
ing in Pensacola was Harley T.
Morton, fiber technologist, with the
Florida Internal Improvement d.
Mr. Morton was employed by the
Board to promote the development
if r ^1 "'g at can be produced
commercially in Florida and l en-


.... ..... ILV. ..... .. linen.
courage the use of such fibers by Root stock is now available for
the textile industry, the planting of 10,000 acres and
Mr. Morton has been working to Everglades growers are watching
develop the ramie industry and his developments with keen interest.
efforts are meeting with. success. The chop promises an income of
Certain sections of Florida are ideal $60 or more an acre net to the
for the growing of ramie, particu- grower, and Luther Jones of Belle
larly in the Everglades, and this Glade, publisher and real estate
itate has been experimenting with operator, has set up an organize
the fiber for many years tion that will plant and care for
Ramie is one of the oldest fibers your ropat a reasonable servfee
kown to man. It was used 'by the c
Egyptians and Chinese and until charge.
recently was grown only in the The successful development of
Orient. For twenty years or more the ramie-growing industry- in
Florida has been experimenting Florida should result in the estab-
with the fiber, but because of cor- lsching of textile, mills in the state
dication difficulties and other prob and Mro Morteon tells me that tex-
lems it has not proven practical. tile people are becoming genuinely
Thanks to new decordication me- interested. Nine big textile .firms
thods and improved operations, are now testing the Florida product
Florida is now in a position to com- and considering its use. Any one
pete with the rest of the world in of these concerns is in a position
the production of ramie fiber and to take all the ramie fiber Florida
indications point to this becoming can produce, and it appears that
a major industry in the state. the future is very bright for. the
Mr. Morton tells me that a new concerns and individuals who get
machine has been developed that in on the ground floor of this prom-
decordicates the fiber in the field rising new industry.
an4 permits us to compete with Nathan Mayo deserves a lot of
cheap- hand labor of the Orient. credit for all he has done to pro-
Two mills are now using Florida mote this promising new industry
ramie and many other mills are for Florida. He 'has .been working
testing the Florida product in their on it for years and has given funds
laboratories with the view of using and encouragement to advance ex-
it in the future. permiental work and acquaint' peo-
Ramie is cheaper than linen and ple with the amazing possibilities
muach stronger. It can be used in that this crop offers.


a hundred or more ways mixed with
cotton or other fabrics in the manu-
facture of ..-.. .-... belting, fire
hose, carpets, rope, twine almost
.i,..* you h t. name.
The !,,..,... -'.', r.. and the
United States. r Company have


,Spend Week End In Mobile
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Feishel and
*Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fensom spnet
the week end in Mboile, Ala., and
attended the Senior Bowl game,
Saturday.


been experimenting with ramie in
the Everglades for a number of
years. With the improved decordi-
cating. machinery i appears that
we are on the threshold of a tre-
mendous development with the
market for all we can produce and
a tremendous acreage in the 'Glades
suitable for its production.
Several years ago I secured sev-
eral yards of ramie fiber and from
this had two shirts and two pair
of trousers made. The strength and
wearing qualities of the material
are almost beyond belief. It wears
like iron, and when made up in
cloth has the appearance of fine


Florida 4-H Youths Honored
TOP SLate honors have gone to five 4-H Club members who have
high rankings in the 1955 4-H Achievement, Citizenship and
Forestry programs.

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Dean Ward Margaret Bruce Margaret Hodges Billy Avery
Two 4-H Club members, Dean
Ward, 18, of Cantonment and
Margaret Bruce, 15, of Jackson-
ville, have received certificates
of recognition for winning state
honors in the 1955 4-H Citizen-
ship program. The awards -are
made in honor of Thos. E. Wilson.
Dean has been active in 4-H
Club work four years. He won the
state public speaking award after ....
addressing the National Council E. Settle, Jr.
of Farm Cooperatives at Cornell Lily Girls' 4-H Club led by Mrs.
University. He has held offices in Jim Frierson and Mrs. Elver
clubs and school, was chosen to Hodges.
attend Boy's State and was During his eight years in club
named "Boy of the Month in work, Billy 'carried projects in
Florida." He is a member of the corn, peanuts, cotton, dairy, trac-
Mollon 4-H Club led by James tor and swine. He has raised four
Cuningham and Oscar Ward. acres of watermelons and 1.9
Margaret carried projects In acre of tobacco.
clothing, foods, canning, poultry, He made 52 exhibits, gave 82
and freezing during her five years demonstrations, and t. -L: -
in 4-H. in seven judging and two show-
She is a member ofthe Thomas manship events. He served as a
Jefferson 4-H Club, and has -been Junior t.-:. -, assistant leader,
a member of the County Council secretary, president and trea-
for the last two years. surer of his Lady Land 4-H Club,
led by C. G. Howell of Suwannee
Margaret Hodges, 15, of Ona, -County.
and Billy Avery, 18, of C'UP';i- .
are the winners of the 1955 State The State Forestry winner for
4-H Achievement program. Each 1955 is Ernest Settle, Jr., 23, of
will receive a set of two minia- Cantonment, who received a car.
ture statues :-. 1ra. A, .z.? achieve- tificate of honor from the Amer-
ment, from the Ford Motor Corn- loan Forest Products Industries,
pany. Inc.
Selection of the- winners is During. his ten years in 4-H
based on over-all 4-H project work, Ernest maintained 225
accomplishment, production rec- acres of -e:". and planted
words, and club and community 30 cedar, .: .::;. and .
activity. The Achievement award seedlings. He addressed. 4-H and
is-one of the highest honors pre- other groups 11 times, made one
sented in 4-H Club work. radio appearance and wrote three
Margaret carried clothing, live- news articles. He served his club
stock, food preparation, garden, as Junior Leader, leader, re-
poultry, canning, freezing and porter, secretary and president.
home improvement projects. She He is a member of the Bar-
has given 13 demonstrations and rineau i- :' -. -Club, led by Carl
won awards on her exhibits. She Gindl and Merwyn Barrineau of
is a member of the Limestone Escombia County. 1,
( All these programs are conducted under the direction of the
Cooperative Ex:tefirion Scrvice.'


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Roast Goose is a Winter Delicacy

BECAUSE a goose has such rich flesh as well as subtle flavor, the
roasting of this seasonal. delicacy is not just an ordinary cooking
job but one that demands extreme care, says Chef Henri A. Freitag,
Swiss-born culinary expert at the
world-famed Chateau :Laurier'Hotel '
In Canada's capital city of Ottawa
First thing to do, *he advises, t 19 .
work up a sizzling 400-degree heat ,..
in your oven. Next draw the towl, .
vigorously scrub the skin with bot ,
soapy water and thoroughly rise l V !'
Then clean and stuff the bird- e .
next step is to truss and tie up
the goose. pop it in a pan, salt el, -"'
add a little water and put it ..
the oven.
For the first half hour give it
400 degrees of heat and then turr
the oven down to 325-aegrees. IT' "'
no time at all, says the Chatc' .
Laurier expert, the water starts ,. "" "'
evaporate and the fat begins .' --
melt. Baste well about every '
minutes.
If you have eight to ten hun'<
mouths to feed, a 12-pound specimr-c.. .-

Ing to the pound is enough. At t;a. ..
rate the goose should be ready In Photo: Canadian National Rilwy
little under five hours. Chef Freitag demonstrates the pre-
"And," he cautions, "be sure to paring of two geese that will be
serve the goose hot .. goose gets served In the Chateau Laurier
greasy quickly." NS Hotel, Ottawa, Canada.


I 'ouncil members r.~ C
:; Sharit v ra -v. t *' *ity Odiiij
MINUTES OF THE members., ,.1 .* to -
with the local Rotary Club at their ...
CITY COMMISSION iT :' .2t, C-' r
ida
S- eil at 2:00 o'clock P
M IN U TE S .. .. .. .. ,t ai e t0 ,, 1
UT-t relativeto
he nutes of the Regular M meeting in non ecion witi-'-.''I
the City Commission of the 'City nsions in the City c' ': "t od
of Port St. Joe, Florida held 'oonmissione- Ea sey ntroduced
the Municipal Building -on hes 3d ance No. 152X
day of JanuA-y AD ,2 965 at O EIANE O t NO, MX
8:00 pm r,
The Regular Meeting of the City Corn "ANTDR ,-.'T, '-, SECUE
misson of the CIty of Port St. Joe Florida -.. UNDER.T.IM N. E o
wosheld at this time with Commissioners icaS Or THEoITYOF FORTES, JOE,'
Hallmark, Ramsey, smithh and.S..arit m s rHlak oettC
res en Attr s th C- Commissioner Hallmark moed that Or-
ersn we oneyCost end en' dinance No. 152X be read to full fro the
dineson ofheal previous ....- ,- first time This was seconded 'mmi
Mntsf'hpeiu"-o _: ,d 0d5d a Vote were
member 20, 1955 were read : Te I .', ", none, and Ordinance No.
Several Port St. Joe cite" -. : ..' '' -. : n fall f ta 1 firs time'
Mr. Winliam Buzzett and I- Cm si mov tht
b., Bof the Florida Power Commiion .'. -. moved that Ordin-
I.: .-: iwith thecity Counci Mr.- .r ., _f,. '"oucui for
Buzaett stated that a new standard form Ti w
30 year franchise to the Florida owe e b e a
verseconded y Commissiner Hallmark end
orpratione if grntd by the Pity pe
Port S Joe, would upon avote ere reye ree, na
ginning rate of 2% "' ."- nne
t grosss revS enue C o. mnissioner .. ,: introduced Ordin-
of Port St. Joe, to th. .--.7 .. .,.: nee o.o 1 X 5
a reduction in electi .* .... z -, "A ',- i,3- ,.u X A T C
TheoMayor, a n -AhTAXON
-'-. ., .,.--- .. ..y.. ALL PURCHASSi OF WATER AND SEW-
agree'e'tagreedttoatakeER__ I N '
-... t Mlot r toer LIMITS OF THE CITY OF .
study and c osideraton FLORIDA, PROV DZIN F-' '_. '
Some of the citizens present voiced oh.b I .ON CF S.C --'-E "'-
iection to the City's proposed I "I p OF PROCEEDS >' *--'
tax on water .and sewer bils,....PROVING PENALTI S T .-
SLATION OF T PR POVIS,. ,.,
sr ,e "' atd that it was his Commissioner Hallmark moved that Or-
opion" .'. "''-_ ted a i0t was.hi dance No 1558X be read in full for the
tax on the local cities; that some f-ist time. Thi was seconded '- "-mins
o,--" *'',-_ be worked out toward stoner ".-" -*d ~'~- a vote t"' were
.-_, ",,,i : ., .. *;.,e :., ayes and Oridimgner e N
fact d 'a 153X was read in full for tie first time.
much -: :. .. '. [opital faCil- Cmomi.: .- that Ordmn-
tions with the same thought as Mro Long ,. -' '. "' '
Mr. Ben Fernel stated that it., w s hB ' -
oinion that before a .ax was -" '" '-' '
levied on local .-r should *, -'. ,, .*i ,
be decided 1- 4 .' ,..- or-. '* '
-,, stated that d ., *-.o '' ""' -
should adopt in ,'.. o- '- '
a ', u tilit y ta x o n t I :. o f P ort -" '* *'' -" -
St. .' ta that thiu tax would f'I h t o e '.. .- .t.... .. J. .
hbd been paid for, and 1 .' Fed- -'- '-' '"
eral aid or other -, .: th re r -vw'- -2 'e, nays -
ed twoard ,- --'r-' -, There i: o further bimnness the-'
be :: ,,- ., jr'- i ,. meeting
cost t' .-'' i. o',. -'I -r 4, -.?r -- =
decrease the. '. '-'' 'i"
wouldhbein effect. StarwantAU-Gt l' t
Mr. T 'm wee pe "al.'Sand,
stated that I .:' been -.|... . ..-
ehairm an'cof ,a rmc n iimttee '. 1 ,. ,'' l'l ,,h* ,H" i ', ,I litill, i'..
the local Parent Tecah-eB Associatif aon
youth recreation i and at the A
presiat time there .. fui-da al -d i i*e. tRI# RftA MBfBK
SMayor Shrait er'-um'4- tl-"' if the

ChtO Otyof Por t "1
Port St .oe, to _
000.00 received bys the Oity ._' '} ,'
ageemnt, e oard -
recreation facilities I


UX ITRIA
C /R E A'M


Wft .j,


'arE G i2. s50


M'i-A up on this wonderful
creamy at thes imporat aving.
It' s 4--%K teg eavestat in

1"_Sn4s Pharmacy





. IANUARY 3 r' .i 31... end need


v w14re sairvlnwgs are fralys dilable when needed
: where investments received by the 10th of the
S month earn dividends from the 1st


Gremlins Attack Your after a heavy meal ofrich foods solentific application of modern
and. dtink. kiDWNledge of nutrition might drive
Health During In Winter unort at.oy, With modern' im- the Karkatarl from our shores.
o ivme-ts.*in ,t1afyi*iortatioh, the This column is psonsored, in the
The Karkantzarl Karkantzari are now believed to Interest of better health, -by the
Thiss the time of the Kakait be extending their field of 6pra.- Gulf County TB and Health Assoc-
This is the time o the Karkat- tons. There is even. evidence that nation.
zari. You can't see these mysteribls -they have Infiltrated the Unitad Have you mailed in your contri-
creatures who attack th unwaty State Steps st taken button to TB?
'between Christmas and Twelfth S .ates, Stet mit be lakeot-lA o
se, ., 1 to p e ent ,thoge foreign -
Night. But you know they've bn ii(.... 6 "t- health Visiting Hdre
around when you wake up in the hp .es. health i and Mr. Jaes Van Hornire
morning feeling like .. well, as M e V
if you just can't got out of bed aId Thtae 1is om6 doubt that the and daughers -.- I and Ju-
face theday g traditional Macedotian methods of. aie Rihtod, Va., arrived
face te day rkant will Wednesday night and wer ethe
The Karkantzari first made .. bff the Karkantzari wio n orn's iter
Presence known in Macedonia in a a this country. One method is of Mr ter
presence known h Macedonia in to burn old shoes, because the odor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Greece. For centuries they have of burning leather is very I Munn. :- "- ij Visted with
concentrated on making the r-" of. th g A weather i very ,,,. ,. r E Van. Horn,
Macedonian ,-. life as m u : '. .. is a patient in Pesacola -:-
able as possible during the twelve a e* htwin. d with ig t h: o '
days of Christmas, the time that basil into after and siptig le
should be the happiest of the year. each room of the house With ,thi Attend Senipo Bowl
They set upon people in their sleep the Karkantoari are supposed ? a and,. Ms
and beat them. They sneak up ahd aranai ae supp
punch them in the stomach and hit i"' .t the next '... I ,, i., the football game i- 1Mo-
them on the head, causing aches In this country, whet science 1 Saturday and was the gdth
and paints in those areas. -.'*' :.7 highly developed, it would. :..*. of Mrs. Cam.pbell's brother and
-enough, they ,. : "'- go into I nore ,effective defete coid be4d' family, Mr. and M's. Wallad' t-
their act when folks fall asleep :...-- It 1ilst ;.-.--.. that prison in -'Sundaay.


SHOP
AND
SAVE


4-H Alumni Honored For Service
*lWO ftermer Florida 4-H Club membe -s bave bepn s9ected by tbe
1 State Extension Service to receive :t a: T i.-r : tI' N-:: ...i
4-H Alumni Recognition program. They are: Mrs. M. T. Crutchfield
of Altha, ahd Mrs. Beulah Stewart of e.pi-,T,.11-.
iach will receive a burnished .
doppi' Altimlii Recognition I
ilaque mointed on walnut from
:0 .rt : -c ~. 1 Corpora-
The,-of honoring for-
met 4-H members is to give spe-
cial recognition to those who
have --ri.', -, : ntinuing in-
tg st I : and have
made outstanding contributions Mrs. Crufhfield, -Mr.$-Stqwarf
to the betterment of the com- while. a member wvhI honors in
S munities in which they live. Canning,
Mrs. Crutchfield has been a *
te"hef for 28 years and is now Mrs. a -.-.i-.:.t
A h6mbmaker. Leading the 4-H has been in' 4-H, Work for many
Club in her school work she had years. She became a. 4-H leader
'. .... completion of proj- in 1950, with several of her mem-
-- .: leader in church, '-. *- ':-' to cah "'-at short
hoiie- demonstration clubs, -.t. -,ehag''- "--.j Cross
P.T A and the Farm Bureau; She instructor since, 1942;.- and has
.:.. ,.-:. the Country Women's worked in .' a sea-
S.d the Associated Coun- sonal empl .... Park-
tif Womien of the World meet- ing Company since 1949. She is
iig in Canada. She has been- a active in local club work, being
4-H- booster- for many years and .president of one-group
The program is conducted under-the direction of-the Cooper*
tive Extension Sevice. .. .


&c jl-sI
At MOO&I


anuary Cearance dan White


S


LE


Due To Lo Mark-up We Are Not Giv-
ing Green Stamps on Sale Mdse.


U Bla~s8-


Reg. $2.69
81 X99


$1.69


COLORED SHEETS


81 X 99
.Reg. $2.95 -


$2.49


GOING AT LOW PRICES
BOYS' CORDUROY SHIRTS
Rvg. $3.95 f
.NOW, ONLY 3219
BOYS' CORDUROY SHIRTS


Reg. $2.95
NOW. ONLY


SI.95


BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS
Rt $1.95 .
NOW, ONLY.
BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS -
Re2g. 29.5 $-895
NOWj'ONLY .
TOM SAWYER SHIRTS
LONG SLEEVES
Rg.. $1.95 14
NOW, ONLY I
TOM SAWYER SHIRTS
-Reg $2.95 A
NOW, ONLY $1,95
MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS
fte. $2.95 M
NOW, ONLY $1.95
MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS
Reg. $1.95 $.
NOW, ONLY -........_.. $l.-9
BOYS' COLORED SWEAT SHIRTS
89c
MEN'S and BOYS'
WHITE TEE SHIRTS
44c Each
MEN'S STRETCH SOX
Reg. $1.00 CT Pr.
NOW, ONLY 57op|
MEN'S CHAMBRAY

Work Shirts

$1.000
Sizes 14 to 17


All Mens' and Boys'

Winter Jackets


TAKE ADVANTAG-
OF TRIS
WONDERFUL BUY


SPECIAL I

Ladies Fall

DRESSES


1-3 Off
NO APPROVALS

LADIES' FALL COATS
LADIES' FALL SUITS
LADIES' FALL SKIRTS

ALL MEN'S

Fall Suits

25% OFF

ALL MEN'S

Fall Pants

25% OFF
FREE ALTERATIONS

80 SQUARE

PRINT CLOTH

3YARDS $1.00
FOR


NOTICE
On and after January 31, we will no longer give
GREEN STAMPS. We have given them a fair chance
but find they do not fit into our type of operation
successfully -' All January charge accounts will be
given stamps if paid on due date, January 10.
COSTIN'S DEPT. STORE


A REAL BUY
5 WOOL

DOUBLE BLANKET


Reg.
$4.98


*3.67


36" Outing Flannel
3 Yards for $1.00

LADIES" NYLON HOSE
Reg. $1.00 pr.
NOW, ONLY j5

Spring Knight Broadcloth
Reg. 59c Yd. A 0 Yd.
NOW, ONLY '40Y
MEN'S KHAKI and GREY
WORK PANTS
Reg. $3.95 $3.69
NOW, ONLY -- "

1 LOT MEN'S SHOES
REG. $9.95, VALUE.
Now $4.95
ONE LOT
LADIES' SHOES
Reg. $7.95 ,
NOW ONLY 49

MEN'S FELT HATS
VALUES UP TO $7.95
Now $3.95

Unbleached Sheeting
6 YARDS FOR $1.00


SUPER SPECIAL

WHITE SHEET

Blankets


$1.69
Regular $1.98


re~Lgla~~


a ~I


BARGAINS

GALORIE,



WHITE .'SHEETS.


---~.~eri~- 7C13.p~-_~--~-----~-


~l~l~l-C-B ,, q I I i I


'12 1956


THE STAR,. PORT ST.'JOE,-GULF CO)UNtV, IrLORIDAR


OAQIGKi81X


-11


-AL'


1003 Offfl


125.~




rTu STAR, POR-T 5. .IUKY, ULt GOUrNTY, FLORIDA


SAVE MORE as you BUY MORE!


THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
JANUARY 12, 13 and 14


8 TALL CANS


3 V2 SIZE TINS

L1.


Meats of the Finest Quality


Ground Reef
SUNNYLAND ALL MEAT
FRANKS
SUNNYLAND PURE PORK .Horor Mild)
SAUSAGE
ARMOUR BANNER
BACON
U. S. GOOD HEAVY MATURE BEEF
CHUCK ROAST


4 POUNDS
$1.00
3 CELLO PKGS.

3 1-LB. ROLLS
85c
LB.

LB.
33c'


THROUGH SPECIAL EFFORT IGA HAS MADE iT POSSIBLE
THAT OUR CUSTOMERS CAN BUY U. S. CHOICE LAMB AT
YOUR LOCAL IGA STORE. .
GROCERY DEPARTMENT
SUNNYLAND PURE PORK
SHORTENING


NO. 5 JUG


49c NO.10JUG 89c


(Limit 4 With $5.00 Order)
TIDE Washing Powders


IGA EVAPORATED

CANNED


MILK


BEECHNUT STRAINED.

BABY
DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING
Peaches
3 No. 2Y Cans
$1.00


ARMOUR'S
Treet
3-12-Oz. Cans
$1. 00

KRAFT'S
MIRACLE
Whip
3 16-Oz. Jars
$1.00


FOOD
IGA
Pnut Butters
3 12-Oz. Tumblers


Selected Fancy, Red Ripe
Tomatoes
Fresh Green
Cabbage
Fancy Crook Neck Yellow
Squash

FANCY-
ENDIVE
ESCAR-O LE
CELERY CABBAGE
GREEN
P1 iftkff fi lk: i J II


SIPSKING UNION
Betty Crocker
CAKE
M ix Swanson Chicken or Beef
White-Yellow PIES
Devil FoodIE
Honey Spice
3 For Frozen
$1.00 Strawberries


WALDORF SOFTER WHITE
Tissue
13 ROLLS
$1.00oo
GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE


5 Lbs.
$1.00
3 Lbs.
25c
2 Lbs.
19i


4 LARGE BOXES
$1.00
9 TALL CANS

$1.00
11 JARS

$1.00
MIX 'EM UP, ANY FLAVOR
Jello
13 FOR
$1.00


Fancy Tender Green
Beans
Fancy Select U. S. No. 1 Red
Potatoes
Golden Ripe
Bananas


FRESH SALAD ITEMS


Lb. 29c


Lb.
Lb.


29c
10c


Bh. 15c


RED CABBAGE
FANCY TENDER "
GREEN CUKES
LARGE FANCY
BELL PEPPERS
FRESH .RED CRISPY
RADISHES


FROZEN FOODS
4 For Whole Sun Orange
$1.00 JUICE
4 For Seabrook Farms Mixed
$1 Vegetables


2 Lbs.
29'
3 Lbs.
290


3 Lbs.
35

Lb. lOc
2 Lbs. 19c
Lb. 25c
2 Cello Pks. 25c
7 For
$1.00
4 For
$1.00


Sun Gold Oleo


GEORGIA RED
TOMATOES


Hoop Cheese


10 NO. 1 CANS
$1.00


45c


&


IGA Super Market


QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY fl NlAKT IXr. a a


0AGI 8EVTEIn


VAN CAMP 8 16-OZ.

Pork Beans


CANS

1S


DASH

Dog Food
5TARKIST, Chunk Style

Tuna Fish


C~ II I-3a r"PI RIC- pi IIL--T~---- --lsBe~a --- Iqe laB ILL L LlO~a~~ar~- s 4 I I -~ -~ --


.rullsew1n V JANUARV 12. 12643l


t~s/ouBij~g s~rrvn~ t very..p r 6


5 LBS.






TnI S!Af,.PoC IT, ST jet, SUiJ itNv.LrWO-


TwuftblAfY; J~t~rrrrrrrAN ~A~ 40,7 iU*


Ministers Mus tow Make Decision On Paving of Roads NEWS FM

Paying Social Security With Income Tax In City Will Be OAK GROVE

With income-tax filing time up- cipate in the old g od ai- Strte 6 .N.6. HELEN NORln
on us, ministers, Christian Science. ors insurance program should:. Mr and Mr Eldridge Adams
practitioners and members of re-' First obtain a social security The State Road Department to- and daughter, Chris, spent Satur-'
Ugious orders have an important account number card from a soc- day reported that work should be- day in Panama City visiting with
decision to make, Mr. John V. ial security district office unless gin by January. 19th on a $63,3652 friend and relatives
Carey, District Manager of the he already has one. construction project in Port St. Mr.. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
Panama City Office of the Social' Second fill out form 2031 Joe, consisting of the paving of children of Panama City spent the
Security Administration stated to- (Waiver Certificate for use by Min- the following streets:' On-Avenue week end visiting ith Mr. and Mrs.
day. He pointed out that the 1954 Isters, Certain Members. of Relig- B, Avenue D, Avenue G, Hddrick 'Carl Deee,'
amendments to the Social Securi- ious Orders, and Christian Science Street, Battles Street,-Peters Street Mr. and Mrs Joe Bevins and
ty Ace make it possible for mem- practitioners electing coverage un- North Park Avenue, Kenny Street, daughter, Carol, and Mrs Ike Hail
bers of those groups to obtain cov- der Title II of the Social Security Tenth Street, McClellan Avenue, motored to Panama ". Saturday
erage under the law provided they Act.) Seventeenth .Street, Palm Boule- on business.
elect to do so. They will be cov- Third File the completed vard. and .on Old. Cemetery- Road Bill Bennett a student at FSU
ered as self-employed persons with- Form 2031 with the District Dir- A contract for this work has been in Tallahassee, spent the week end
out involving the church they serve ector of Internal Revenue. This can executed with- the George G. Tap- visiting with his wife and children
even though they are paid a sal- be done at the time the income per Company, Inc of Port St Joe, Mrs Laverne Bennett.
ary by their church, tax return is filed. I who were the apparent low bidders Mr, and Mrs. Carl Deese and
Although members of this pro- Copies of Form 2031 may be ob- when the project was et on Dee- daughter; : -.' spent Thursday
session have until April 15, 1957, trained from any social security of- ember 6, 1955. in 'Carryville, visiting with friends
to elect coverage under the prog- flee or from the District Director Work on these-jobs is scheduled and relative.
ram, failure to do so by April 15, of Internal Revenue, to take 94 working days for com. Mr. and Mrs, James Young of
'1956, the deadline for the 1955 in- *Once an individual eects to be jletion and consists of -:: 1. : and Tyndall Field was the Sunday
come tax returns, will forever pro- covered he must continue to re-paving' with shell' stabilized base guests of the latter's p4arnts, Mr.
hibit including income for 1955 in port his earnings and pay the soc- and surface treatment. Total length and Mrs. W. C. Wilson.
the record of the clergyman for ial security tax every year in which of the project is 1.804 miles. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar
social security purposes, Mr. Carey he has net earnings of $400 or -s of Tyndal Field as the Sunday
stated. And, if the clergyman fails more from services .'- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nor=
to elect this coverage by April 15, the exercise of his ministry. At he requirements that must be met r .
1957, his earnings can never be the present time, the tax rate is the requirements th free at muanyt be meta Mr W A. ay of Fla
counted toward-social .*-- ..,y7 cov- percent of his net earnings up to .'.., .' Office. was the guest of Mr L. P. Bay
erage. Those entering the ministry $4,200 in. a year. .and children Sunday,
after .r,,.,",- 1, 1955, have the ,:.* :'.-' who elect coverage A m e
equivalent of a two year period, under the social security program PAUL'S RADIO -"s in Georgia visiting with
from the date the yenter the min- will build up credits for two types friends.
istry to elect coverage. of benefits -old age retirement friend -
A minister, Christian Science .'. and survivors benefits. A and TV SHOP PAUL O DAVID MAKES.
practitioner, or member of a re-' .. f. outlining the types, of Pr. 7-2051 Reld Ave. DEAN'S LIST AT'AUBURN
ligious order who wishes to parti-ibenefita e....'- under each, and
EXPERT REPAIRS ONA la n d1


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


local names, comprising manufac- States.
,turers, wholesalers and retailers- A reference book listing con-
It does not include some of the' tains the name of the business and
!service and "professional" busine8 'the rating. The consists of
sea such as barber and beauty .two symbols. The first, a letter
shops, real estate and stock brok- of the alphabet, indicates financial
ers. ,Thus the figures for business strength or :.:.. '. It is the dif-
in Gulf County would :. ." 'be ference between what the business
higher than the 130 quoted above 'owes and hat it owns. The second
In 1946, the number of listed names symbol, a numberal, reflects a comn-
totaled only 79, an -...'.. .-. in- posite of financial stability and
craese for this year of 65 per cent. payment record.
During '-'!,! Dun & Bradstreet -*
estimates they ilwl be required to Throat Irritatons can come from
..' about 75 per cent changes tu spine.-See a Chiropractor.
in the listings of business enter-
--- in Gulf 'County. These chang- Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS
S w. ill resultA fr TM -.....-. :


.. ,.
name of ew ...." and d++


Auburn, Ala., -* U. w l -. --ul av .
Jr., Port St. Joe, F.a is among the the names of those who have
146 students 'in the School of En- discontinued; as well as account-
gineering at the Alabama Polytech- .ing for changes in ownership, trade
nic Institute listed on the Dean's names and credit ratings,
, ,r.,.,'; Roll for the fall quarter, ac- Better than 95 per cent of all
!' .. to an announcement- by commercial transactions in the
J.. E. Hammun. United States are made on credit
----- terms and the, buyer and the seller
For a "Crick" In your neck-See -are brought together by means of
Chiropractor. (adv) '. :. information. I
When the owner of a business or
TRADE AT HOME his accountant returns his financial


COMFORTER

Funei Home

601, long Avemn


Oxygen Equipped
Ambulance


t0i fteers ttp
Adding to most recent atthori-
tative information, during 1950 the
total proved U.S. reserves of oil
climbed, from 28586 billion barrels
-to 29.952 billion barrels, an in-
crease during the year of 1.366 bil-
lion barrels. During the same period
,2.17 billion barrels were produced.


_ P___


'ii.


1ciNEiMAuASoPEi


RICHARD EGAN DOROTHY PATRICK
CAMERON MITCHELL
DANA V. >j',, i: ',-'-,. ).I:. ,T -


PORT THEATRE

Sunday and Monday, January 16
FILMED IN GEORGIA



De ITORS: 'REPAIRED and RECORD
RADIATOS CLEANED,--FLUSHED

STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and .EXCHANGED -


Pate's Shell Service


ONE 5-MILE DRIVE WILL PROVE IT




Your driving is easier. you




feel safer. in THE BIG M


-- -----
CIT-


The stunning .'.- .. Montclair -. .. .:,.. with distinctive low ?.i' '


223 Monument Ave.


M--


M. Pn TOMLINSON

e' REALTOR INSUROR
403 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.




You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Avenue Baptist Chucrh
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP --------11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..... 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.

Meeting In The High School Auditorium

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


E .i rln-.: and handling on narpi turns-new comfort
on luim-py roads-widest choice of safety features in its
fi-:.' hp expl'fin why THE BIG M is the big buy for 1956.

.. -t is so much better than :.: i.',. of passing, makes hill-climbing as effort-
That's why we invite you to take a demon. less as breathing.


station drive in our BIG M.
Then -. .j'll feel THE BIG M's -- action
firsthand-how ball-joint front suspension
adjusts itself '!:i.,'; to rough roads,
ruts, and curves.


You'll discover the new peace of mind
=.: .i:t~ by THE BIG M'S new Safety-First
Design. For this year Mercury offers 10
new safety features, including the only
impact-absorbing steering wheel in its field.


And .. -the -..- : So see us for a test ride. Compare our
Response of THE BIG M's new SAFETY-SUGE prices and yu'll find that THE BIG M is as
V-8 engine-how it takes the tension out easy to dwn as it is to drive.


BIG 4 OF THE BIG M
I NEW REFLEX-ACTION PERFORMANCE.
THE BIG M responds to your every command-go,
stop, climb, pass-quick as an athlete's reflex. On
all roads and curves, Mercury adjusts instantly, auto-
matically, for your ease and comfort.
2 BIG M BEAUTY.
New long, low profile. Distinctive Flo-Tone color
styling. Clean-lined beauty for young-minded people.
3 NEW SAFETY-FIRST DESIGN.
Widest choice of safety features; impact-absorbing
steering wheel, safety door locks at no extra cost;
padded instrument panel, safety belts, optional.
4 PROVABLE VALUE.
Low price when you buy-low cost while you drive.
For 4 years best resale value in its field. Many dividend
features for greater performance and convenience.


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ST.JOE MOTOR COMPANY


Phone BAll 7-9291,


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. 9 t> bw=na hti taken the first step
U~ & DE-austreeT In establishing has responsibility as
Dbw t Bradstreet ""-Ats" the
Sas nker of credit. The statement
Seek g Annual Istatement t Dun & Bradstreet,
k becomes part of the credit report
dit R rts h buinea along with nan-
C re it Reports I ancial analysis, a description of
----what the business does and a rec-
Each January business concerns ord of how it pays its bills.
in all parts of the .United States On the 'basis of 'the information
receive from Dun & Bradstreet re- in the report, a rating is assigned
quests for their annual financial and the businessman is listed in
statements. This year the number the Dun & Bradstreet Refreence
of : .:, going out nation wide Book. This makes it possible for
will exceed three million. his suppliers and insurance under-
The growth of Gulf County is writers who use the book, to look
reflected in statistics just received 'him up and in this way he is as-
from the credit reporting firm. sisted in getting his goods and in-
S :.- L. Houk, District Manager surance.
at Jacksonville, -which office cov- In other ords should a manufac-
ers this area, says that there ill be turer or wholesaler receive an or-
more requests for financial state- der for merchandise from a mer-
mewnts made of business concerns chant, regardless of where the mer-
in Gulft County than ever before. chant is located, the 'listing and
The Gulf County section of the 'rating of the merchant is available
current issue of the Dun & Brad- to the seller in the Reference Book.
street Reference Book contains 130 which covers the entire United


LEGAL AD'/ERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
1ASIL E. KENNEY, JR. and wife,
SARAH LOGAN KENNEY,
Plaintiffs,
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
vs.
JOHN W. SIMONSON and wife,
BERTHA ANN SIMONSON,,
Defendants.
NOTICE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO JOHN W. 'SIMONSON and
wife, BERTHA ANN SIMONSON,
whose place of residence is 803
Charles Street, Bainbridge, Geor-
gia.
-REETINGS:
You are hereby notified that a
:'.-:: .-. to quiet title has been
brought in the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida, in and for Gulf I '. -1. F1 ''i.1-
igainst you to can 4 .
upon plaintiff's title any it.
right, title or interest in :.- ,-n
upon the following described real
property, situate in GtIf County,
Florida, to-wit:
Lots Nineteen (19) and Twenty
(20) in Block Three (3) of Yon's
Addition to Beacon Hill, a subdi-
vision of. parts of Original. Lots
3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10, in Section 5,
Township 7 z : j, Range 11
West as per plat on ffle in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
'Court of Gulf County, _:' ] ',..
that you ;ma havee. and you are
hereby required to serve upon Ce-
cil G. Costin, Jr. i. -,"L :. attor-
ney, whose address is 221 Reid Ave-
vc% PPnt St. Joe, Florida, a copy
, '-. ;- I with the Clerk of said
S original of an.Answer to
-- I -f Complaint filed against
._., _,u: on or ',' 'i the 6th is%
ol bs'eruary, 1956. Herein fail not
or judgment will ibe entered against
you Iby default'
WITNESCS my hand- and official
--] s28th day of ', : -'.r A.
is GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
CECIL G.o COSTINt JR. 4t
Attorney for Plaintiffs 12-29


Port St.-Joe, Florida


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Attend enlor Bowl .
(wMioge McLawhon, Leo Shealey
_A&d Walter-"Starnes attended the
Sflior Bowl. gatne in Mobile, Sat-


This A on your printing is a sign of qnalitv.


RICHMOND, IND. Two real
eye-catchers were featured in the
premier showing of the new 1956
Superanmic school coach manufac-
tured -by Wayne Works, Inc. here.
Sharon Kay Ritchie, Miss Ameri-
ca, added the feminine touch as
Wayne introduced its new 1956
Superamie, glamour girl of the
school bus industry, in Trueblood
field house at Earlham i',
Wayne's new school coach pre-
Sents more new safety features
than-have been seen rT,.7 --hool
bus bddyin single *: -.r -.... the
company designed '.. all-
steel coach for '. ;. ,: school pu-
pia in 1930.
-An Tp.'* "',- inno-
V tioltn i,-. ot.'. :- ': 3
complete alI-arbund pi.r ,-, ..'
ability, both fro- "-1 rear. The


Visitors From P. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Basil E. Moore
and Bob Maxwell of Panama City
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. McClellan Sunday.

Advertising Doesn't Cnsi it PAYS.


new windshield.with lowrdip cor-
ners has 1,852 square inches of
visible glass, setting a new high
with a 53 per cent greater vision
area.
Other new firsts include-
Ram-jet air intakes beneath the
windshield corners, making pos-
sible a complete turnover of air
each minute, even when the bus is
standing still.
Door controls located in com-.
pletely enclosed and easily acces-
sible e- rarfvent over the en--
trance, *.ti" ,.1-:. free of ice,
snow '. -,' -.. 'amage.
Roomier, more convenient oper-
i ..-., -; for the driver.
Attractive high-color interior
:",-,ng in step with the latest
trend of the automobile industry.'


NEWS FROM
Irl ... AJ IIs"....


Dick Dawson Honored
By Parents On Birth


rlsigma a view
By MARTHA RAY Mr. and Mrs. Richard Da
honored their eldest son,
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Kelly car- Monday night with a barb
ied their son, Douglas, for a check
up at Pensacola, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dykes motored
to Panama City Monday. | S OW S
F. M. Daniels, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Daniels of Kinard.
Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan vis-
ited relatives in St. Marys, Ga, last


week.
Misses Patty Redd, Margie Ro-
gers, Mavis Butts, Dot Dormany,
Martha Ray, Mrs. Stewart, Larry
Rich, Lewis Rogers, Jimmy Redd,
Gene Adkins, and Rev. Douglas.
Newsome attended the Methodist
Youth Fellowship sub-district meet-
ing held at the First Mehodist
Church of Panama City Tuesday.
The Junior. G. A. of the High-
!and View Baptsit Church met with
11 girls present. The meeting was
called to order by president Sibbie
Tucker. A talk was given by coun-
selor, Mrs. L. F. Adams on steward-
ship. The program was by the pro-
gram chairman, Rose Lee Keels on"
"Easy Fraction" Miss Libby Ad-
ams took part in the program. The
devotio nwas taken from Malachi
3 10. The G. A.'s plan to make a
scrap book on the missionary work
for next quarter. The meeting was
'-- .:: .:- with prayer by Libby
Adams.
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PTA WILL CONTINUE
DRIVE FOR MEMBERS
The Parent-Teacher Association
will continue the drive for mem-
bers until January 15. The com-
mittee urges all parents of students
of the St. Joe High'School to con.
tact Harry McKnight if you do
not have your membership card.
Star Want Ads -et Results
Star Want Ads Get Results


chicken SUPIer In their hom. on rod, Peggy Chafin Vonoile Also.
Woodward Avenue at 7:30. The brook, Gypay Love, Pttsy Daniell,
Iday occasion was, to celebrate Dick's Gall Bateman,- Barih Sykes, De-
18th ,b tt-sy 'icing was en- lores Chism, Sonjia Blount, Bobby
Soyed throughout the eveningol-NWad 'd .e M.x-.
wn oyed throughout the evening ine Walker, Gene Raffleld,. Billy
Dick, lowing supper. Johnson, Charles Kline, Travis
beaue Attending were Misses Martha Jones, Bert Munn, Jr., Marlin Kan-
neberg, Jackie Davis, Wayne Tay-
.-. .. lor, Walter Wilder, Charles Smith,
Robert Nedley and Joe Register,
)orts In Canada w L. Dawson and Jimmy Dawson.


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to offer our heartfelt
thanks for the.many kind words,
*thoughtful deeds and helpful acts
during the death of our loved one,
J. Sol Shirey.
We appreciate your .: -.
ness more than words can tell.
MRS. J. S. SHIREY
MR. and Ri. ,: ALEX
'LeGRONE:
JOSEBP= FRANKLIN BRITT


Phoeo: Canadian Nosaeona Raiways
Bun and snow plus an open p-.r-1 b .-ake a perfect combination for that
post-skiing relaxation period '.','- '. a session on the open slopes and
trails in the Laurentian Mountains near St. -Gabriel m Quebec..
SNOW sports are part of the reached b-7 .- .-T )'. '.-*'-.1"
Canadian t.. 'i-- and skiing is National F',i".- 1. ., -;
the king of them all ice all tI ':* Provinces;
Canada offers an unusual variety the Laurentian and Eastern Town-
of Scandinavian-type and Alpine ski ships Districts of. I ,
terrain and an abundance of com- lands of Ontario and of course
portable resort accommodations. Jasper and other sections of the
Skating and tobogganing ..: Canadian Rockies, the North Ameri-
astes and those who like curling; can center of Alpine skiing with
snowshoeing sleigh riding and ice snow 20 feet 1. ,. and powder fast
boating, will find Canada just as good skiingtoo is to be had
Inviting. And hockey, of course .- goo skn t t e
Canada's national game, in the mountains within a few miles
The .most popular of ,"- ..of progressive Vancouver on the.
great winter sports areas are easily Pacific Coast red


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packs a p powerful wallop!


Would you like to live to se-
spring come again? .
If you would theNationri S fetl,-
Council has these suggestions:
Check your speed-Over 3 out
O* 10 drivers in fatal crashes were:
violating, speed laws. Violations
' are twice as high on rural road-s.
Check your -'rinking-In 24 onut
of 100 fatal accidents a driver or.
adult pedestrian had been dri'l.


LEGAL ADE- RT1SNQING 'het your car Among cars
ADVERTISEMENT FOR D i involved P.- i F CcLilit- about 6
SlOTICE TO CONTRACTORS percent u'1 1.,..nditions.
Sealed bids in ... .: received er. .- o .
by the Board of Gf
,iy '- / office of the SuOerintenden .Zks II
which time and place all bids will be pub- __ ....'.
liCly opened and read aloud for the follow-
General Construction .
.: school he com-
e .' tion of a s2- lass rouom ," \ .'
ie e 21. .I A-

for a omplet: '
a* :c : .-i feet. .
7 : : 2: Unit Gas Heaters --
Washion .. Scho- The heat- /
ing of a .:: roc which
will consist -* --7 :: i heat'
: ,. as specified. -
.'. .: ". St. Joe, Florida -
Plans, C- .. : Oontract Docu- --
mrents ma; -::. .. the ffic -
Owner- or :. :. : '- : f
;by Contractors from the ,:" .. -'-
I NONRMA" P. COS -
S 4 West Beaeh Drive "
S Panama Florida
upon a deposit of (for Contract No.
1 No deposit required on Contract No.
;be ::.r e- -' i, e.i"t I Check yourself-In about 1 out
all .-. od "d condition of 14 fatal accidents most usual rea.
S less :- : .- r date of the
*:.' .. ._ :,,d: : contractor ons were fatigue and .sleepiness.
S .: ,. with deduce
tion of cost of reprdouetion anc Check the weather-The r-
S ,:~. : on ..eturn of : '
.. :. additional sets of Plans pr was rain, j foggy i r I
y" be obtained upoi o utof6.fatal ...-. .,,
which payment- will
.ed Check the time -W...r, has
.:.. :-an 6% ... },.,, i, dark dreary ,., N pi_ t
of the maximum bid must ,, -'-- o i i
proposal. ; ,* i ,' nor -
aet r' .. -:: '- '
eand Material, ; .-. "' h "" '. '--. "
n,,, tn bidder. w Check your manners Failure
proioe as ,. b yield the right of t.. ,. to
No bidder or a eep I... t... -.t of the center line
fori '.-. t...e e I: in fatalaccidents.
The Board of :. .
S:"-:'.' .-iorida 4t-1-12 sand The Star to a fWena.


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THE BELIR SPORT COUPE-one of 19 1-igh-pried-looking Chiei'rolels, all with Sodj' 'V Fisher,


W..- !.;'? ,"at curbside or cruising, this
new ,;iHv.:i,.rt talks in a well-mannered
whisper. You scarcely ever hear more than
a soft undertone of power from its deep-
chested V8. (One reason is the hydraulic-
hushed valve I'f-, now in all Chevrolet
engines-V8 or. 6.)
Soft-spoken, yes-but this handsome
traveler pack. 'i wallop that ranges up to
205 h.p.! It's charged with sheer action!
Action that can save you precious seconds
for safer passing on the highway!,- ~i' r
that lets you take steep hills in lide!a


Action that helps you zoom out of. trouble
spots almost as quickly a they develop!
And action isn't all. C:.evy holds the road
like part of the pavement! You feel added
assurance in the way it *:'.: : :. to curves.
Of course, Chevrolet brings you the
security of safety d-or latches in all models.
Instrument panel padding and seat belts,
with. or without shoulder harness, are
offered at ext cost.

Come in -nd drive a new Chevrolet. We'vw
got one ready and waiting for you.


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Reward



For Information Leading To The

Arrest of The Person or Persons

Who Attempted To Break Into


The Bay View Drive-In Restau-


rant On December 30.



B. E. PARKER

Sheriff, Gulf County


American Beauties


Miss America-Sharon Kay Ritchie of Denver, Colorado adds a
touch of feminine glamour.to another American beauty, a 1956 model
school bus, that features streamlining in the modern trend and new
safety features for the nation's school children. It is manufactured by
Wayne Works, oldest and 'largest producer of school bus bodies in
America.


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... Highland.View WMU
Meets At Church Mon.

The Highland View Woman's
Missionary Union met Monday at
3 p.m. at the church with Mrs.
Ralph Macomber presiding. Mrs.
Macomber gave the devotional
taken from John 1:12-18. Mrs. L.
F Adams gave the opening prayer.
The watchword was repeated 'by
the members.
Now is the time for taking stock, Mrs. Macomber reminded all of
for setting up a budget for the the meeting of the Northwest
year ahead. As long as you and Coast Associational meeting of the
ydur family are in good health you WMU that will be held Wednesday
can reasonably count on reaching
your goal. Your health affects every in Panama City.
facet of your life..hgoaod health Mrs, Daughtry, of the First Bap-
is your greatest assets Guard it tist Church, gave an interesting
well by living sensibly and seeing talk on the duties of the Woman's
.your doctor regularly. You can rely Missionary Union. Nine members
on us to compound any medicines
he prescribes with accuracy and and two visitors were present.
promptness--to give you friendly, The meeting for next week will
efficient service on ill your health be a Royal Service program with
needs. Circle 2 in charge. Mrs. Ruth Har-
S.buck is chairman of Circle 2. Mrs.


WSCS Meets Monday For
First Lesson of New Study
The Woman's Society of Christ-
ian Service met Monday afternoon
at the church for the first Te6eon
of the new study, "The Christian's
Mission in a Revolutionary World"
as the subject and taken from the
textbook, "This Revolutionary Faith
by Floyd Shacklock. The first dis-
cussion, "What Is This Revolution-
ary World" was given by Mrs. Fred
Davis. The second. discussion was
presented by Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr.,
"Hungers of the Body Mind" and
the third discussion, "Christianity
is Revolutionary" given by Mrs. W.
H. Howell, Jr.
Mrs. Charles Brown, devotional
chairman gave the devotional as
taken from Luke-12:49-53, followed

)D. D. DuBose dismissed the meet-
ing with prayer.


Says Work To Start
On Streets In Wewa.


Buzzett's untg Store
PHONE 7-3371

.


Ashley Costin Attends
Officer Basic Course
Ashley M. Costin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Costin of 706 Monu-
ment ave., Port St. Joe, Fla., is
attending a five-month officer bas-
ic course at the Marine Corps
' ISchools, Quantico,,Va.
He was commissioned December
17 after completing a ten-week
Officer Candidato Course at Quan-
tico.


WISE Wo0ns of advice from the. Father of Thrift, .
'well worth i.-rr'f':r,,.-. ,. this 250th anniver-
sary of his t.!,. -.!,, i ., taking a leaf from
Franklin's book, you can assure your future re-
tirement in comfort by saving regularly now.
This National Thrift Week, make it your goal to -
start a profit-earning savings account with us...
then add to it regularly.


. TALLAHASSEE FEDERAL

\. ,. SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION


Advertising doesn't cost. It PAYS -- -.


The State"Road Department to-
day reported that work should be-
gin by January 13th on a $39,089
construction project in Gulf Coun-
ty consisting of the following
streets in Wewahitchka: Tupelo,
Catalpa, and Pecan Streets, Mag-
nolia Avenue, Second Street, and
streets-around Courthouse Square;
Lake Alice Street, Water Street,
Panama Street, Lister Street and
Lake -Avenue.
A contract for this work -has been
executed with the Florida Asphalt
Paving Company of Panama City,
who were the apparent low bidders
when the project was let on Decem-
ber 6tlh.
Work on these jobs Is scheduled
to% take 77 working days for com-
pletion and consists of grading and
paving with sand-clay base and
surface treatment. Total length of
the job is 1.646 miles,
with prayer.
Twenty-five members were pres-
ent.
The WSCS will' meet next Mon-
day at the church at 3 p.m. for the
second lesson. All members are
urged to be present.

9tar Want Ars Get Resuidt
Throat Irritations can come from
uur spine.-See a Chiropractor.

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Give Oldsmobile a thorough going-over for every
detail you demand in your new car. You'll
find Olds out ahead in every wayl Stunning
Starfire styling with the functional beauty of
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
FOR SALE: A nice, well built, WESTERN AUTO
FOR RENT three bedroom house, situated on
two lots with 140 foot frontage and R-e 175 feet deep. House has approxi- REAL BARGAIN in a good used
FOR RENT lately 1200 sq. ft. of living area, piano. STOP 'and SWAP SHOP.
1Rplus garage and an outbuilding. You c I goo
S1 AND 2 BEDROOM HOUSES Lot is already grassed and land- You credit is good
and APADTMENTS escaped. Only $12,600. 3t-1-5 FRADE US that useless article for
FRANK HANNON something useful. STOP apd
LOW MONTHLY RATES Registered Real Estate Broker SWAP.
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave. BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
Apply Mexico Beach Office Port St. Joe, Fla. OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired.
Phone BAIl 7-4071 4t-12-29 RO E Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.
Office On Mexico Beach OMEBODY BORROWED my only Phone 7-2681. tfe
wheelbarrow and I don't remem-
ber who. I use it to haul wood and E. TOM PRIDGEON
FOR RENT: Furnished bedrooms would like to have it back for that Real Estate & Insurance
and apartments. David's Motel, purpose. However, I would settle BAll 7-7741. 411 Reid Ave.
202 Monument Ave., Phone 9-9161. for the borrower just to come by WILI V. v- WAN-P-J-os: -,,
and carry the wood in and keep T A R AN ON M
FOR RENT: Rooming house and the wheelbarrow a while longer if THEAMERICAN LEGION. Meet
eafe combined with store facill- they like- Ed Ramsey. t ng first and third Monday nights
ties. See T; H. Stone. Ucl0-6 ........... 800 p.m., American Legion Home.
NOTICE
FOR RENT: Apartments, furnished A reward of twenty-five dollar MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
and unfurnished. 22 3rd St. ($25,00) will be paid for informa- Port St.-Joe Lodge 111 -Regular
Phone 7-9411. t12-8 tion leading to the arrest and on- meetings 2nd ant 4 :p.
'FOR RENT: Small unfurnished eviction of the -person or persons Members urged to attend; -
house on Long Avenue. 1305 Long who damaged and defaced the gov- "Isiting brothers welcome. W.: L..
Ave tf.12-8 ernment owned State Constitution
S' iConvention Monument at Port St. Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawlck,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished Joe on Dedication Day, Friday, De- secretary.
Apartment; Call 7-5881. 223 7th. member 16, 1955. Florida Board of'
St. Bill Rasmussen. tfe Parks and Historic Mmorials, 204 .SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, .. 0.
-' Cenler Building. Tallahassee, Flor-1 0.F.-Meats first and third Thura-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. ida.. te ;,11.7:30p.m.in Masonic Hall. All
S'See Mrs. Paul Farmer at Oak members urged to attend. it0rij
Grove or Call 7-3022. ltc -EI rethren invited. H. H. .tey. N
.._--. SPECIAL SERVICES r
WANTED TO RENT: 3 or more R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
bedroom house Write P 0. Box FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
.bedroom house. Write P. O. ]Box ^ r ee Pl N LUMBING.I ..St Jusepn Chapter No. 56, R; A.
785. ILp service, call BILL'S O LUMBING. St. Jo, epr da apth r Non 5s Rl l .
-__Phone 7-7846. Outboard -motors re- M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vlalt-
FOR RENT: Small furnished house paired, also. ng companions welcome. Jimmy
at3711 toowarAven 2 KNNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE Greer, High Priest; ,H. R. Malge,
FRIGERATION SERVICE. secretary.
FOR SALE censed electrical contractor. .i'
H kinds electric and refrlgeratin LOYAL ORDER ,
HOUSE FOR SALE: Unfuirnished service and installation. Phone OF MOOSE .r ,
3 bedroom home,' corner Palm 73032, tef r,.,.., :g at Moos ."'_-e',
Blvd., and 14th.Street, Port St. Joe. --. Meeting night- ev ,
Venetian blinds, circulating, oil F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say- Hall, 310 Fourth St. ,.'.L
heater, water heater. Contact Kar- Ing money see us for .-' r.: ery other .Monday, '< '
lene C. Owens, Box 590 or phone you need in your home. STOP and
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