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'ort St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apulachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
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Published in Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
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'ORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA TufHU-ItDAY. JANU,
by ViE64.EY R RAMSEY
John Robert Smith i-: e mbr-
rassed.agatr. FirF r it cu
ed by Auburn L-SLO th. :.LtoE
Bowl to sc~rie te-;m Lup the coIL!-9
try a, e now ,, W .-ii; ; h ii-
got t,- m ',,JCe h3- guc Ki- "t -
si Club Ved esd -,,hii-h
waz iiime Th--.D: K i.-ani o i
ed bLh haod th,-ugh V,1', dontr
bhm e h," in i t', no,
'the e Anad ,,,.e -',,. ;o. .. o' g!i.-
t ..',..-. Lt.,. : r.:' r a .,' '/ '
the Bt..-:.ay C ,.ub. rri '/ might
withb a, >ai.,:i.;r iub
-- u^ r A'f II-, f
I .' J ,L, r i'. '
The Rev. was telling of one
of his pastorates up in Alabama
and 6of the big men's Bible class
they had. He was talking to one
of the men in the class after the
"study was over and told the man
to be sure and stay for *.-*L L.'- 'D
as there was going to be a good
The man looked ;
.air-t in the- eye and said, "I
-.-''",... J, Brother Davis, who's
golrmi: f, -', -[''-
ARY 19, 1 .6 Single Copy 8c NUMBER 21
Peti in FO
Local FPC Office Gets Reports Put Numbers of Signers
Honors For Safety Into The Hundreds
_-- Into The Hundred s
CI L' A:: a 0-*-
Horac Sole J,
PICTURED ABOVE is the 1956 Shark Basketball team. They are from left to 'igi.t front row,
Gene Raffield, Mgr.; Terry Hinote, Walter Wilder, Wilford TTiT.t- ,Wayne .I1:.: F,..-- t
Nedley, Grant Adams Mgr. Back row left to right, Coach Marion r[, 1 ,:u,, B- f ., Bert
Munn, i'', .:.1.:: Smith, W-. L. Smith, Jock Jennings, I : L Coach L ,-. Faison,
Sharks Run Win Streak To
10 Victories and No Defeats
We ,se the ldds at e H- Basketball Gme Set Forill Put Record Up Against A Strong
School are joining in the f-.'-,i. March of Dimes Benefit
to secureato ,u "centerfor .... W w T Sa..LN
Port Stff' JOte bat" There will be a March of Dimes Wewa Team Saturd y N t .
we w ayj wea 'r r basketball game here on January
y ', L ,.,,r'.. '., .. ,'-,. : to be ,. :,.-. against the Fort
Iv'ir -. ll*' "- 2 Sto be own t agansd the a aa Port St. Joe's .. cagerss ._-m- ... .---"- up a lead of,26 to 24. In the
a H 'agdSt. Joe town team and the PanamaaIto keep up '-elr win th- ir.. f', r '* :-.:.w :
.. o i ,, e,: Y" i aged to keep up Iteir winni g -. *.h.. '. -, -: .; .' -
u -, .-- t ". r-The admission tc. :' r .o -!- .. r .
ee so ince w b50 e person with al. 151 to 49 in the last quarter dalee :-'. i.- .,. t.',. :.
be so s Meewe -perpesonwfouled out n the final period and
en .o .ot' -o the March'of mes ottondale had a small-lead'a-t Port'
StSt Joe came out on tp of a
fr.m.._.-..;.. e same P t .._ i ame time will be .at .800 p.m. the end of the first half w]n they Port St. Joe came out on to of a
Sand the same 51-49 score. ':
-were -.,,ter then. And Leading scorers were Wayne Tay-
soytI., rir,-, e ii'"1 per cent lor with 16 for (ort St. -Joe and
We would like to nd anned and ilfod llott ha
be alit f control of the backboads for Port
S'tan the St. Joe, each getting 12 rebound
wc',- want *-. r' -,.-' now so The scoring by quarters was as
thy can e ., -.. T --.- 'I. follows,
ust don't at way. Part St. Joe 10. 144 13
We would say- that the _i ottondale 14. 12 14 9
of Port St. T-- are -. ...-, an ex- "Alan Hallmark Day Planned For Friday Afternoon; Port St. Joe Poos: Cpttondale,
cellent job u' rthey .--'-* a -' Pumping Gasoline For Polio Saturday ..0- 4 F .....
recreation center .'.,r.h .r the next Taylor, 16 F J. Williams, 5
five years. Of course, we would Alan Hallmark Day, which was Station" to help the drive along. Elliott, 13 C Yen, 1
welcome a surprise. ,. for last week end had CARDS MAILED OUT Wilder, 14 'FI Williams, 7
Tb, ,-"i.'-i' .. rt St Joe are to be ... .-.- and will be held Thi week coin cards went into Hinote, 4 G .Sexton, 2
just 2: I .--..: ...: to u.," .:p this Friday afternoon to raise funds the mail to each and every resident 'Substitutes were: or FPort St.
to it r .., t i.' T improve- r-. the March of Dimes, to aid oth- in town to fill up with dimesand Munn, 0. For 6.. ",.'.-. Glass,
Sments in this line 't, comes to er victims of the dread disease return to the local, drive A. .' -1 "
the city. ri' citizen are ..,-' ot such as Alan has been. The after- The cards were probably received DEFEAT BIRiSTOL
have to pay for. This business r,-r- will begin with a parade of by you in.,a pink envelope either Port St. Joe's Sharks hung up
Of .1- .- ,- ...'.. 1 the taxes I the Port St. Joe EHigh School band Tuesday and -..-...,I7 Don't basketball victory number 10 with-
_. .- i ).. I. t --i o. down Reid Avenue at 4,30 and a overlook them- but fill them up out defeat *' night when
lau.. i 4`t. is wearing out. short concert in front of ,the ..- .,,,. return the filled card to the -- defeated the rBistol Bulldogs
* '(*A-. -, ., .-. u -t saying 'this be ..- From4:30 on, Reid Avenue campaign chairman. 67-47.
au se i.... U.-- we -receive will be declared a "Polio Toll Park- P Port St. Joe ran up a 36-12 half-
-fromi the r,.. ..., as we receive way" with colleotions-- being made .P, lead and used reserves the
very litt ...-... they at each end of eid by .IA.._. rmy Men Give Program remainder of the game.
'do in -our line of work) Plans with a big water buck-at to fill up. At Lions Clu M tin Wiliford lliott scored 17 points
are bedg f.i rnw for paying. The local chairman,. Otis Pyle ig -.the locals and Kenneth Greene
for a ', .if recreation program,, pointed out that the cam paign i 19 for Bristola
* t r~-,' ', take time and mon- now over half over and the County The Port iSt. Joe Lions Club had Port St. Joe's "B" team won
ey, You cant. just pull such a has reached, only -onefifth of its as guest speakers at their m-eet over the little Bulldog...puppies by
pr-.;ir, (, oCf a hat: It .-.-:,'.:" goal as of this date. He also point_ ing Tuesday night, Major Henrieth a score of1 515-68, with Ralph Hud-
Soid- m L ou could.. The Ci ed out,that Gulf was heavily in debt Ayers-.of Tallahassee and *MSgt. oring 12 points and James
'of r..t St. ]ce could' then put to the National Foundation' for A. C. Blalock of Panama City. .. 10 for Port St. Joe and Rob-
in Ji. o:f he water and sewer treatment to Gulf 'County children, Major Ayers is with the Army ert Pickron 12 for Bristol
ete -,.i. n,>-.-. l t, complet"' PUMPING FOR POLIO Reserve Advisory unit. He pointed Port St. Joe Pc s. Bristol
-Saturday, all day, the new Th om out the programs the Reserve Army Nedley, -10 F ,Bevell, 12
can now offer.to the,.,- of 17 --.." 6 F Thorpe, 8
Sd a-L. r ... r i t son Pure Oil Service Station will can now offer to the of 17 -- -, 6 F Thorpe, 8
St ,d ',-d .," the begivingit ofitrom gasoline to 18% years of age. The --. .. Elliott, 17 C Greene, 19
an ete) be galevi to tnge arch of Difrom gaso The can enlist in the Reserve and pend Hinote, 1-2 G mith, 4
city ,"- e r sales to the Maroh of Dmes. The
.e : sad -.t. we are staton wi be run b volunteer only--a short period of active duty. Wilder, 12 G Wingate, 8
,I-..Wesaid;.--.:r. we are station will be run by vol toee Then back in his'. ome town he Substitutes were:. For Port St.
for the duhisen of our city hay- working ior the drive who will give
org ae .recaOf oceityneha working .or uthe dovewho wi give attends a weekly drill .training, with Munn, 2; Shuford, 4; ,Ray, 2;
ng a yv recreation enter your car h,-feardimf srvie, all sa summer-encampment. W. L. Smith 0; Fletcher, 0; C.
We have t whowfor the arch of Dimes Mayor Ayers summed his talk Smith, 2; Jennings, 0. For Bristol,
ably use it But are defimtely This is the first time that the with a film to. leave the thought Conner, 0, Growan, 0. "
miffed when someone comes up. Pumping For Polio idea has been that a large reserve is a must. ..._ : ..- night the Sharks go to
complaining about not having worked here in Port ,St. Joe and M4gt. Blalock. spoke on the pro- Wewahitchka for what is to be. a
such facilities right now when it is expected ,that this activity gram that the regular army has to hard game. Port St. Joe and Talla-
every effort possible is being will give a big boost to the lagging offer high school graduates. He.. ..-r. are the only undefeated
made to finance such a program. dimes collections. -Every motorist pointed out that the Army had a teams in this section and .the Sharks
And even after it is built, my in Port St. Joe is urged to buy their .- -. selection -of schools from will be fighting Saturday to remain
children are going to "hang out" gasoline. Saturday at the "Polio which a youth might choose, num- in the undefeated category.
at home and will not be "farm- bring 189 in .all. These are based -o
ed out" for a youth recreation on a three year enlistment. The present Democratic Party in
system to raise. cess of "hanging out New members were welcomed in- the United States had Its origin in
Maybe this will make us a Such a purpose as the Legion to the Lions Club. They were the so-called Anti-Federal'lts, who
little unpopular, but this is how Hall serves each Saturday night George Wimberly, W. C. Ivey and were opposed to the Fedeialist
-we feel. for the youth is what we have Clifford Tharpe. Party and the policies of Alexan-
A wholesome place to go for in mind, with adequate supervi- der Hamilton. Calling themselves,
fun is a wonderful thing. A place sion, and as soon as funds are The Great Plague took the lives at that time, the Democratic-Re-
to "hang out", no matter how available to build it right --it of 68,000 in London in 1665. In 1666 publicans, they ac k n owledged
wholesome, will soon become will be built, you can bank on the Great Fire .ies.troyed 1300 Thomas Jefferson as their party
uowholesome due to the pro- that. houses and 89 churches..- leader and poliyo-miaker.. .
.'', j.:. j -- i':-. :i "'.-, : '
S .': r -.
To familiarize employees with
the importance of safety, Florida
Power -Corporation maintains a
safety department consisting of a
director.'and three asssitants. These
men conduct periodic employee'
safety meetings to explain the lat-
est in safety devices and methods.
They. aiso .conduct a linemen's
,r'... school to insure that the
men who work on the power lines
follow proper safety procedures at.
William Nicholls New
Manager Of Boyles
Passes Away Jan. 6
,' : '.-- ,y.'- I' i -.
,Rib r' Soule and the late Horace
: -: a former- mayor of Port
Funeral. services were held at
the Episcopal Church on Sunday
with the Rev. -Tom Miller, officiat-
ing, assisted by Mr., -Charles Wall.
Interment 'was in Holly Hill Ceme-
tery with Comforter Fuieral Home
Active pallbearers were Cecil G.
Costing, Jr., Ashley M. Costin,
James E.' Costin, Leonard Costin,
Marion Parker and Bruce Parker,
all of Port 'St. Joe. Honorary pall-
bearers were not' selected. because,
nf numerous, life long friends .of
3 : r- .- .& o n t h e .' :.. '
f;up..:'rs, ha..- the signers to the.
.,::.r.. i. ,.i6:ing several hun-
Ac:.:r,:,. '., a reliable source,
"--, -,e?*' .'-., b'. he presented to
t c.- y ,- :,:.iono Tuesday -night
:'. .,". ,..yppose the propos-
e.- : .,)':.:- ri.a -was put before
:.son by Mayor J.
S ..r:;. -c... a month ago for
to.c-''il" :iud h-..'. -been a source of
*...--'.,c 'r3u ghout the town
6vci siace, wita several groups
coming before the Commission both
to oppose and seek further infor-
mation on the project,
Mayor 'Sharit 'said that his pro-
position- was b&eiig put forth be-
cause of the crowded conditions of
the hospital and because of .the
growth of the City of'Port St. Joe
He reported to the Commission that
several, times in the past few
months, crowded conditions at the
hospital has forced -the- staff to
put patients on the sun porch be-
cause of lack of beds in that in-
- r; t tiot.
Mayor 'Sharit asked The Star to
present the fact to the citizens of
_' "* r decreased as was evidenced by P-ort St. Joe that federal aid would
William W. Nicholls, this. week the many beautiful florals and ex- be sought -to supplement the water
., :.i -L,- fanagership of 3. pressions of sympathy from thru tax in the building of 'an addition
-U S',S:r.. Store. Nicholls comes out this '. -man.:.t? and surround- to the hospital, but pointed out, that
-to 'Port 'St. Joe from Griffin, Geor ing areas. local funds, had to be provided for
gia where was -manager of 6't ,-L -are r,!r, Ruth C. Soule, part of the amount of moiey need-
". ".- ,"r.. 1.*- ,.". t r" .. .... ..... .- ,.. 1 .He stressed that the need for
Head "-If- Helen, i- 1. GC ra .tax Wa- brought about by the
three children,-Bill, Jr., 9; Alh i 1 -- a t ,r1a t M: a.t that -.,: c. r ,.,,J h.,. ....
7, and Claire, 2 plan 'to move i toiO f -" -- -, 'Nw Jersey, borrowed -. t.... .,.-.,,
Port St. Joe in the very near o. paternal c '..-..-. and numer- that to borrow money, .:.
ture I i- uncles, aunts and cousins, in- ty must have a defi nceome
Nicholls has been in the -..-. -: the, famiUes-0 Mr ..,- "_ "sede to retire the i ondt
meant store business for quite a u Ciozi Sed. money. "It is not to
number of years including 19 Costin r, rand be assumed"'-aid 2" ,' "that the
years with the J. C. Penney Com- Mrs Co L Costin of Port St. -. -.....-: tax alone-.will pay for the
pany working in various towns of Dr. and Mrs& T. S Gibson of Hunts- hospital expansion --but will be
,the Southeast states for this com ville, Alabama, Major and Mrs. used only to supplement federal
pany. He was with the Belk organi- '- "- Brock of ,San Antonio, funds and to provide a definite
nation for three years. Texas and Mr and Mrs. Roderique source of revenue to float bonds'
Nicholls says that he fees Port F. Soule of Boston, Mass. on."
-St. Joe business potential is out-
.v-'_.,; and feels that he is for-
tunate in bing, associated with
P. 4 He recognized that the
city is growing and -that he, plans
for the business to grow with the
High School Students
Pick Student of Month
The candidates for the January
Citizen !of the Month award of the
Port St. Joe High iSchool were as
follows: Beverly Baldwin, Wanda
Kennington and Martha Costin for
the Senior High and ;Coral Lee
Armstrong, Martha McIntosh and
(Continued on page 10)
Rawls Accuses Collins of Preventing
Reapportionment In Speech Here Wed.
John Rawls, !Senator of Jackson-
son 'County and Marianna spoke to
the Kiwanis -Club at their regular
meeting Wednesday noon on the hot
subject of Reapportionment.
Rawls attacked the stand of the
Governor against the attempts
made by the Legislature to carry
out a Reapportionment measure.
Rawls said: that the Legislature
had prepared two bills of Reap-
portionment in keeping with the
Florida Boys Quartet Will Appear At
High School Auditorium Tonight At 8
The Florida Boys Quartet ofI The .program will be made of
Pensacola will appear at ithe High gospel songs by the quartet, fam-
School Auditorium tonight at 8:00 ous throughout this section and ap-
p.m. for a gospel quartet 'program. pearing regularly over WEAR-TV
The program is being sponsored by from Pensacola.
the Hi-Y club of Port ,St. Joe High Admission for the program will
School with Booth Poole as their be 75c for adults and 50c for chil-
Constitution by a vote of 36'
and the Governor had vetoed
He told of even supporters
Governor voting for the me
and still the Governor vetoed the
bills because as Rawls said, "they
didn't favor the seven counties that
elected him governor and didn't
repay the debt that he (the Gover-
nor) owed them".
Rawls said that the Senate had
passed a Reapportionment bill be-
fore the regular session was over
but it, too, was vetoed by the gov-
Rawls said that population alone
couldn't serve as a measuring stick
for Reapportionment since there
,..ere six counties in the State of
Florida that had a population of
around a million people. The Con-
stituitpn says that each Senator-
ial district can have only one Sen-
ator. If divided in this manner, he
declared that -one section of .the
State would have the power to dic-
tate to the rest of the state due-to
their Senatorial representation.
Rawls declared before the Kiwan-
ians that -the only Reapportionment
that would work would be a Sena-
tor for every County which would
'give West Florida, North Florida
and .South Florida an equal voice
in the State's government.
Senior Play Chosen
The Senior Class of Port St. Joe
High School has chosen, a hilarious
hillbilly comedy in three acts call-
ed, ''A Feudin Over Yonder".
The production will be conducted
through the Senior Speech Class.
The comedy' is a story about
Molntain Maggie, a legendary char-
acter who travels about tending to
the sick and the feud between the
Popoffs and the Frys. Should be
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Highland View WSCS IMrs.Arbogast Leads
Meets With Mrs. Pratt Garden Club Discussion
The Highland View Woman's So- "Why, When and How To Prime
ciety of Christian !Service met at Shrubbery", was the subject of
the home of Mrs. A. B. Pratt on study at the meeting of the Azalea
Monday, 'Jainuary 17 at 7:30 p.m. Circle, of -Port St. Joe Garden
Mrs. W. H. Weeks, president, call- Club. The discussion was led by
ed the meeting to order. Mrs. Ada Mrs. J. C. Arbogast.
L. Pratt gave the call to worship Arrangements showing the orien-
using. the 117th Psalm. Mrs. Eula tal influence were exhibited and
Rogers read 136qth Psal4n Miss; discussed. The blue ribbon was
Martha Ray read 1 Cor. 13. Mrs. won by rs. Fred Davis. Her ar-
A. B, Pratt presented the program 'rangement of pink camellias and
entitled, "The Changeless Gospel bamboo stalks featured a spiral
In A Revolutionay Age". line. This line is new and refresh-
Mrs. W. H. Weeks, Mrs. Kather-' ing as it expresses rhythm and
ine Brown, Mrs. W.- C. Forehand, grace.
Mrs. W. W. Garrett and Miss Mar- The meeting was held at the
Jorie Rogers participated in the home of Mrs. Fennon Talley with
program in the form of panel read- 'Mrs Freg Davis as co-hostess. Ten
ings. The minutes were read fol- members were present.
lowed with discussing sending in
coupons and collecting bandage A report o the last annual meet
ing was giv-en by Mrs. John Robert
material. Mrs. W. W. Garrett gave Smith.
the benediction. The hostess ser-
ved refreshments to seven mem-
bers and two visitors present. Send The Star To A Friend
Cranberry Crunch Pudding
rangy eranborrie's onZ flavorful apple slices Ore tod..-edsunider. 'he crust ot
Cranberry CIZVLeh Pudding. Dairy sour cream is a "just ri ght" topping.
Cranberry Crunch Pudding
will win a place right beside
. your favorite recipes for peach
or apple "crisp."
Make this hot Ndessert using
either canned or, fresh cran-
. berries and your favorite cook..
ing apples. The crust of this
pudding has a "surprise" ingredi-
ent that gives an extra zippy
taste-sharp Cheddar cheese,
Add a filial flavor note by
serving dairy sour cream-,withi
Cran-leitiry Cr:ach Pudding.
This dcesset hais yet another
reason for becoming one of your
i bst,-lik td. It's easy lo make
wben you' en!'-eh .-i ;Iclf-
]risingl fioor Bakii .-"owadi a'-d
salt are ar:(-;ady 'ed To the
fRti Lu in' correct .,ounti, Fe-'o.
ring you' ,e whoe; n-easo:ng.
Us, ... self-ri r-g flour
wb:r,-v :' J .o :." quick
Sbr' .ads r..., see how ,t. speeds up
.1 ean whole cranberry sauce*
(1 t. ,n'.--
2 cups 11' ,r. sliced apples
2 tablespoons melted butter-
1%4 1 *-"' enriched self-rising
/% cup sugar.
1 teaspoon cinnamon
t cup butter or .........
% cup grated ii *-r I, .h cheese
1 egg, beaten .
,- r,,'1 -. '
..; th melted
sugar and cinnamon. -Cut or rub
in butter or -'7 +1
mixture is '
c h e : .. -
weI fruit. Bake
i* -, Fo)
35 to 40 mh .lites. Warm
with dairy or erc-anm or hard
sauce. Jkes ?( to 8 servings.
*Fresh cranberrie mn".. 1 a 2:- V !c'
over ard wash I 1.. s rae-'.'''
Arran-e in bottom of p.':' :.' oti
r o ih % cup su ..' m":..'-'.
S* or margarine as t' -''.'.
T ~ ~ ~ ~ ~-k"" *TAR.i~Fp PO---t 0?; JO. UPogN~ LhU TURAJNAYIl
Mrs. OCYLE MUNN, Editor
Mrs. Henry Maige H
Circle of Gard
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port I
St. Joe Garden Club met Thursday
afternoon, January 12 in the home
of Mrs. Henry Maige on 16th St.
Mrs. Fred Maddox was co-hostess.
| Mrs. I. C. Nedley gave the pro-
Sgram, demonstrating interesting
new materials for use in making
arrangements. An exceptionally at- .
tractive Easter corsage made as
a bunny was one of the demon-
4trated ideas. The program prov-
ed to be one at the most interesting
meetings of the year.
- New members welcomed into the
circle were Mrs. W. J. Belln, Mrs.
SD H. Jones, Mrs. Meigs Hallman,.
Mrs. T. D. Hu'tchins, Mrs. Frank
SSmith and Mrs. Earl Herndon. .A
potted plant was awarded Mrs.
Hallman as the door prize, Mrs.
Ethel '".'-.:-".-:. won the blue ribbon
and Mrs. George Cooper and Mrs.
G. G. Croxton tied for second place.
- Beautifully decorated cookies
Band mints were served by the host-
esses to the seventeen present.
J. D. CLARK HONORED -
BY INSURANCE COMPANY
J. D. Clark has ju-st been :'.,
fied 'by the 'Peninsular Life : .-
ance Company that he has ,:- -
the company 'President's, '
Along with this honor goes an ex-
pense paid trip for J. D. and Mrs.
Clark to Cuba. 'i expect to go
in -.. or May.
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Throat Irritations can come from
our spine.-See a Chiropractor.
,Over 4,300 People Have Visited Now.
ConstituteM State Park Museum Here:'-'
'The number of visitors who have will t-r^ th *t
Registered In the guest book at youngest member of *.- .o :y. i.
Dial 7-5461 the Florida ,State Museum located May we again invite and urge ~s rreo plansfor lthef ,cu
y.. w g i o t a ur e or so of turkey left front
at Constitution Park, Gulf County you to visit your Museum, when Christmas dinner? Here's a thought'
Iis indeed gratifying, according i you have visitors from other cities Turkey puts a touch of.magic to. ,,
hostess To Glad Mrs. Eunice Brinson, registrar. include a visit to the Museum in Bseriolwith macaroni an60o-
S-The museum has been open one your entertainment for them." trick, colorwise. -
on CU J u r L and to date, 4,759 persons Hours are as follows: Sundays, There's your meal for the nex,
have registered and viewed the 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. fay, made almost without lifting a:
interesting and attractive displays Monday, closed all day. inger.
Fred Griffin Is Host which depict the part our city Tuesday through Saturday, open Holiday Casserole
and county played in thehistory of at 9:00 a.m. until 600 p.m. 2 cans (3% cups) macaroniwit
At Party for Youths te State of Florida. __ crueese an o t
SStates re s tred are Georgia, Visiting With Stevens (r coonedat orh re
Fred Griffin was host to a group Oregon, North Carolina, Tennes- Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Kissler of or chicken)
of young -friends -in his home -..- Maryland, California, Michi- Powell Butte, -Oregon, and Mr. and 1 cip cooked whole kernel cors
10th Street Wednesday, January:?. "e South .Carolina, Ohio, Alaba- Mrs. Henry M',ver of ,- :. % cup crushed potato chips or-2
Games, dancing and refresh- ma, Delaware, Mississippi, Texas, Oregon were recent visitors of Mr. tablespoons buttered bread .
ments were enjoyed during the eve Lousiana, Nebraska, Indiana, Mon- and Mrs. Carl Stevens and sons crumbs
ning by Marie e ~ 'C Orista Du- Y Virginia, Wisconsin, Mass., of White City. Mrs. Keissler adn Comrbine mniearoni, turkey, corn
ien, Margaret 1- -. Blount, Caro -and Kentucky, totaling twenty-two Mrs. Mayer is a sister and niece of o eS ep i tona hip-sonrt ass
lyn Byrd, Judy Pensom, Betty, -' Brazil, Bangkok, Thailand Mr. Stovens. They -are spending Bake in a moderately hot oven
Ward, Dianne Lay, Ann Tr7"-: .Ed- and England have also been regis- several days touring North -and (375F.)- about 30 minutes.. 4. .,+a.
ward Smith, L.- .: Ray' Mussel tered. South. Florida :,- far down as erous servings. .....
white Glesn A1igood, Willie Dan-- Mrs, Brinson stated "that all of Miami and the Florida Keys. They
iels, Sonny Chaftin, Bill Chism and us are'eager to increase our knowl- plan to visit in New Orleans, La,-
JacAie Mitc-ell, edge especially it this can be done San Antonio, Texas and Los Ange- COMFORTER
t h. t-, -n C t ,iU% ,0 n. 1 nS 0 -
WSCS Meets ForA
Mission Study Program'
The Woman's Sociey of Christ-"
ian Service met onday afternoon
at, the church for the final esson
of "The Christian Mission in aI
Mrs. Fred Davis opened the es-
son with a prayer *and subjects
-:..: : were, the'Christian Fel-
-.-. y Mrs. lRobert King, A
*o-' r'ti-r a Mirsion by Mrs.
7--. .3 elin and A
.Church by Mrs..- .. McCoy.
Mrs. Gus rOreech led the wor-
ship service closing with a prayer.
2,3 members attended the meeting.
visitation day with all WSOS mem-
bers taking part.-.
- -. he guest book shows that home via the Old .: T
S a ... f ew of our rouie. Fu
ocal citizens have visited the muS
eum. This pr.ovdes an excellent Use U s Magarine -601
.::.. _.'" to refresh or odd to Estimates are that 31 million
knowledge which you might' American women use margarine,
already have about the history of and spend about four billion min-
Gulf t ad St. utes yearly kneading or '*'x.-.
S:. Gu county and St Joe color no the product Oxy
I, (Port St. Joe) in.a most pleas- __ .
ant manner. This is not only for .A A R e t
you adults, but all members of the Star Want Ads Get Results
There are :. ', which
O^W- w C v9iw~v ^^^^*^<(?-^^<^^<^;^^
Long Aveni -
SHOES are GUARANTEED
to give satisfaction
Low In Cost
High In Value.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
SATURDAY ONLY -- FEATURE No. 2 -
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/a~'Pr;~~~u~v~~~~i ~'r'.' '- -. -.: :' :. $,:
CHARLES 7/f leWl '
SUNDAY and MONDAY
FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:00 P. M.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY TUESDAY
He Seared A Crimson Trail
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S AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE
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15WILAM MAEf*1 ONiiSINE andTIM HOVE
*Wednesday J& Thursday
In oh. WOn a ol Hlh d.liy SU ERQOPIONI Ol
OK Used Cars are blessed events for families -:: -.
.t.;- ...,-,.. convenience of a second car. Right now,
.... trade-ins on the new '56 Chevrolet mean extra
wingss on a wide .. of models and makes, Thor-
._-.; ',_-', i -and :.:.-, OK Used Cars
- LOOK FOR THE OK TRADEMARK!
CA Sold only by. an Authorized Chevrolet Dealer
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
THERE'S NO THE
PLACE TO N K D 0
HIDE IN... NAKED
D BETTA ST. JOHND
A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
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EViRYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY I EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLY EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY WIGGLYB-EVERYBODY SAVES At PIGGLY WIGGLY
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GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2 Lbs.for 25c
DELICIOUS RED APPLES Pound 19c
| FRESH FLORIDA TANGERINES Dozen 23c
SCELERY -2 2Lan Stalks 29c
LETTUCE Firm Jumboe Head 19c
FRESH BELL PEPPERS 2For19c
FRESH CUCUMBERS 2 Large Size 19c
FRESH FLORIDA ORANGES Dozen 29c
* FRESH FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 2 for 19c
W h erity oSterling
We Reserve The Right i SALT 2 lb
A10h AOLimit QuaStity
AlfM' A166frf IV MY/S ;t0AGO3A3 IBfffAWOM A7091d IV S3AVS AOOIX
SLICED FREE LB.
REGULAR OR DRIP GRIN
Box 21 o
J 0 ': ";. : '".. .
Food 25 .
e 5 SLICED BACON
kerS 535 THE FINEST T-BONE LB
J STEAK 49c|
ESH -STEAK 59ci
CENTER CUT LB.
Pork Chop 49*
END CUT LB.
_-'_ Pork Chop )39I
THE BEST ONLY BRISKET LB.
IMS 25 c STEW c19
ID GREEN HILL LB.
ee Ib 89c SAUSAGE 39c
WISCONSIN HOOP Real Tasty LB.
OAK HILL 2 TALL CANS
SCOTT 2 ROLLS
CARNATION, PET or BORDEN'S 3 TALL CANS
A1TO91A Al99d LV SEA V MAWOMNA BinA7T99M A1gIy .L ^3AV AGOUAol
STAN. PORT 4r..MC AULP **UMTV, VLORJDA
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PAK8 am'ARW P-W I, E GULF OOAMW, 6 T eA R 1 IMS
Tommy Stevens Honored
With Birthday Party
Tommy Stevens of White City
was feted with a birthday party
on his 12th birthday by his mother,
Mrs. Carl -Stevens. The highlight
of (the festive occasion was an. out
door treasure hunt ending with
Jimmy Goodman finding the trea-
sure. A colorful arrangement of
yellow and green, including the
cake, candles and linen table cloth
made an attractive color- scheme.
Mrs. Stevens served hot chocolate
and birthday cake assisted by Mr&
Harold Chafin, Mrs. Bob Tanner,
Mrs. James Horton, and Mrs. Hen-
Tommy received many nice .and
useful gifts. Bubble gum and candy
suckers were given as -favors.
Those attending the party were:
Johnny Shirah, Bobby Antley, Bil-
ly Antley, David Horton, Dennis
Bradley, Gayle Griffin, Raydel
Johns, Jack Tanner, Johnny Chaf n,
Tommy Grimsley, Joe Whaley, Carl
Zimmerman, Charlie Zimmerman,
Gene Tyndel, Robert Semel, How-
ard Davis, Othel Tucker, Courtney
Martin, Albert Gentry, Jimmy Good-
man, Mack Raffield, 'Shelton Smith
and Tommy Stevens.
Unable to attend but sending
gifts were Micky Rowan and Rob-
A beginning shorthand class for
adults will start Monday night,
January 23, at the Port St. Joe
High School. The classes will be
conducted by the State and anyone
interested ,in learning shorthand
are urged ito attend.
Higdand View WM08
Met Monday Afternoon
th. omnn's Mlaiuionary Unloa
of the Highland View Baptist
'hurch- mat Monday afternoon. at
3 p.m. at the chaurh with 17 mem-
bers and one visitor present.
The meeting opened with a hymn.
Circle 2, with Mrs. Homer Echols
in charge presented the program,
"We Give Thee But Thine Own".
Taking part on the program were
Mrs. Hallman, Mrs. Ted Richards-.
Mrs. E. R. DuBose, Mrs. Ruth Har-
buck and Mrs. Alice Macomber.
Following the program, a short
business session was held with the
president of the WMU presiding.
Mr&. Archie loyd dismissed the
meeting with a .prayer. It was an-
nounced that next week's meeting
would be held at the church at
3 p.m. with both circles meeting
for a mission study.
Mrs. Rooney was introduced as
DOUGLAS BALDWIN TAPPED
FOR MILITARY FRATERNITY
GAINESVILIE Douglas Bald-
win, Jr., of 204 1lth 'Street, Port
St. Joe, has been tapped Into
Scabbard and Blade, honorary mili-
tary It '.,*rF.n at the University
He was one of seventeen advanc-
ed Army ROTC students at the
T. .-- .7 selected recently tor
the honor on the. basis of scholar-
ship, outstanding leadership, '
interest in the ROTC program.
Use 4. Margarine
Estimates are that 31 million
American women. use margarine,
and spend about four billion .nln-
utes yearly kneading or *'
color into the I --'..t,
to your Port St. Joe member of the FLORIDA NAT-
TIONAL GROUP there are 23 other banks comprising
our group. Your deposit, with w--" member bank, is
reflected in our combined year-end-total. To us these
deposits represent the HEART -of our i.;--m for
without them our sound economic contribution to Flor-
ida and the ;.*w *,.i*r .. -.i-. not be-possible.
We appreciate the .-.::' :i-" you have in. ', in
serving you in years past and re-affirm ouI ._-..A to
Florida National Group of Banks
COMBINED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
December 31, 1955
Loans and Discounts O U$142,595,834A45
:, H-: Furniture and Fixtures
-. Owned 54 18
Fr.-: J F "' -.. '-.-,^
Other -: : ,:-- i2 <55
Customers Liabity A/C Letters of
It. t ,and 219,215.60
':-. '-, Interest and
Income T '1 2'.2 52
U. S Government
T7 ... ;, : .... .--'- .... .- .79.42
, : r-. ; .- f Stock .:') "
Y l- Securities _*,.2 '
Cash on Hand-and
Other Bank' 174 .-' 94L4 /, ".'5771
".I .. ..
~BAN ICSE f
YN -A-..^-.AT P^&lome~=^^
Capital Stock i '. )
-. | I ,.
S -; : -. : Profits
for C -2> C:
F.-- for T :.- i. Etc. ...E
Interest and Income l .- -
Not .- -
t ,, 1 I .,
- 1 739
,* i -' '-, .7
Contact any member bank for booklet con-
taining statement of all 24 members
of the group.
FLORIDA" NATIONAL BANK
OF JACKSONVI LE
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANE
& TRUST COMPANY
FLORIDA ti.- :i'i0'. r5'NK
AT ST. Ei', 7..' T ,I'O
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
7I. NATIONAL BANK
FLORI .,. i,.'t, ;" r.- 'r'K
& 7 ,
AT r P .' _i'.,,
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
AT OORAL GABIS.
& TRUST : .***
AT DAYTONA BEAOH
FLORIDA 7,'.T- -',T BA
A T i .' l '
FLORIDA 'c -7-: T BANX
AT -2 -.
FLORIDA -", BANK
S AT '--.
Floor' -. SAK
;o.- _.7 r ,- T..:
FLORIDA NATIONAL BABE
AT OOAALA -
PLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
AT FERNANDINA BFACH
AT FORT -'
FLORIDA *" '- BAXE
-. l I ;
7 -i "-r,- GIADE
AT PORT ',, i',
SAT OCEIPLEY -
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
AT BUSH NRL
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Sid ~ fof
15 ree yielding
New York and
19 Things In
20 The gums
22 Looks at
24 Male fore.
28 As it stands
29 Worker who
uts on ends
al Line of
33 rjl., r ,ri .
S L .1. r -
4 pewter coin
47 Man's niek-
BO L-..: .,
58 Kind of pastry
61 ', ". -,,' ,
73 Express di-
75 In music
76 Years old
77 Norse god=
dess of heal-
80 r- -.- *. .*
82 '* '
1 Measure at
--2 t .
6 ; nests
8 1 .'*- *
12 State of dies-
13 Stop momen-
18 -- '. -
30 s -.
39 Place of trade
42 Native metal
44 .. .
Have those Christmas bills been worrying
A big Christmas Club check next December would
It is not too late to join our 1956 Christmas Club.
Why not do it now.
$ .50 per week will pay $25.00
1.00 per week will pay 50.00
5.00 per week will pay 250.00
Florida Bank at Port St Joe
Phone 7-9191 502 5th Street
YOU'E MONEY AHEAD WHEN YOU BUY NOWE
This is the time of your life to own the car of your life l
Get the fun and pleasure of owning a luxurious KING-SIZE DODGE
CORONET through the winter months without paying a penny morel
Why wait till Spring?
Your f'.:: '. Coronet
will command the same
S resale value in -years
to corfe, whether you buy
right now or wait till
Spring. So it doesn't cost
you a dime more to own
and enjoy this big, beauti-
ful car during January,
-February, March and April.
They're bonus months.
The buy of your life
right now! This
CORONET puts you money
ahead in bigness, style and
features. It gives you more
length and luxury than any
car near. its price. Your
present car may never
bring such a high trade-in
as it will right now on a new
. '56 Dodge.
HAPPENED IN THE
LOW PRICE FIELD!
This full-size, full-styled,
full-powered 1956 Dodge
Coronet is priced down with
the small cars. And it brings
you the "Magic Touch" of
Dodge, push-button driv-
ing: Surest, safest, easiest
way to drive you've ever
known! Don't delay!
-)OE Value Leader of the Forward Look
Dodge Dealers present: Danny Thomas in "Make Room for Daddy," Bert Parks in "Break the Bank," The Lawrence Welk Show-all on ABC-TV ,
McGOWIN MOTOR COMPANY
CORNER BALTZELL and FOURTH
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TM VROWS; i:'J-AMKVAWA#: ION1_~68
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LEG AL AD'IE-RTIS-NG
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids in duplicate will be received
by the Board of Public Instruction of Gul
County, in the office of the Snoerintendeni
at Wewahitchka, Florida up Lo 10:.00 A.M.
(OST) on Tuesday, February 7, 1956, at
which time and place all bids will be pub
oly opened and read aloud for the follow-
PROPOSAL NO. 1: General Construction
George Washington School The corn
plete construction of a 2-ulaas romn
Addition, Covered Walkways, Toilets and
all attendant facilities, including Plumb
ing, Heating, Electrical work, Drainage
and Sewage Disposal, and all materials
for a complete and finsihed job. Approxi
lately 2,168 square feet. Located in
Port St. Joe, Florida.
PROPOSAL NO 2: Unit Gas Heaters
Washington Primary School The heat
Iog of a 4-lass room building which
will conaiat of gas fired unit heaters,
individualy-controlled as specified. Lo-
cated in Port St. Joe, Florida.
Plans, Specifications and Contract Docu-
menta may be inspected at the office of the
Owner or Architect and may be procured
by Ooatractori from the Architect:
NORMA" *P. 0OS8
428' West Beach Drive
Panama City, Florida
upon a deposit of $20.00 (for Contract No.
1 N No deposit required on Contract No.
2, Specifications only), which payment will
.be refunded to each bonafide bidder re-
turning all documents in good condition
within le s than ten days after date of the
oenig .of bids. Deposits of Oontractors
ot bdding will be refunded with dedue
tion of cost -of reprdouction and delivery
-of the documents upon return of documents
in good condition. Additional sets of Plans
and Specifications may be obtained upon
payment of $10.00, which payment will
Snot be subject to refund.
Oathier's Check, Certified Check or Bid
Bond for not less than 6 of the amount
of the maximum bid must accompany each
pro woeat. .Bond, Performance, Labor
and Material Bond and Workman 's Ompen
station Insurance will be requried of the
Right is reserved to reject any or al
mid TV SHOP
Pr. 7-2051 Reid Ave.
EXPERT REPAIRS ON
TV ANTENNAS, ROTORS
ELECTtIC HCATer S
HO( WATER HEATERS
Bowe.. ..... ..Earln -d... .r"i i16.0,.nmn .. ,Fl' ;... .. .
proposal., and waiv. techniaclitls. ---------I *l 'a, 1 a' Eir M. .09 -o YO;d S I
o bi ywidraw his bid fora NUT WhitfieldE Cou Ient 00 MINUTES OF THE a re t n a os By Highland View Baptis
period of thirty (30) days after date set MINUTES OF THE Mrs. El Hall, County Indigent 10MI0TEtOFTHEthesnastodstoa'hinon' doVdew
for opening thereof. Mamie Thomas, County Indigent .00 COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Ibe itaer sted
ThO Bar.d oW Pub Supt. -O ISSION Alls Porter, Couoty Indigent 3.00SHhe Board approved68'attendanee of
C a .adsu p tn a in-Gation COUNTY COMMISSION g i.Ga es CO NT r a The Sunday morning sem .* a
fThe Board of Public instruction C.OUTDavYCounty Indigent 10. 0the Superitend
Gulfl County oda 4t12 Grace Dunlap, County Indigent 10.90 0 viils, January 6, 1968 called by the State
SWewatchka, Florida 4t-1-12Druscilla Keel, County Inigent 10.00 Superintendent of Public Instruction, ghland View Baptist Church wil
t (Continued From Page 3) Eva Pate, County Indigent 10.00 Wew Fltbka, Florida Fe ono Talley asked to be rlevedi aso
Mrs. W. P. Coleman, County Indigent 10.00 January 8, 1926 Chairman of the Board, because he' speiy peadf yn
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 0OAD.& BRIDGE FUND, JAN. .195 J. 0. Price, Salary 10 .4 .The Board of Public Insrction, Gulf not attend every meeting Moved b p:: and young Christians 1,-
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. To Whom Isued Purpose Amou to O CHarden, S,. Sealry 8 Ci, Florida, met on the aou date don seconded by Taey that Ward e ..... d".u.g..hri..yalehtWr
N CHANCRY. Gulf onset Elect Corp., Service Dec 10 Gorge W. Coo, Salary 984 in regular session with the following mem elhairman. All voted yes. Moved by f th e message Wil be .-
SBASI KENE R and wife, Brford-Toothaker Tractor Co., uppli Parker Hr, Salary9 p and acting, Fen m lley, seconded by Whiield hat Brogdc, -. Expet of Youth "'
SARAH LOGAN K ENNEY George Y. Core, Recording R/W Dseds David Gaskin, Salary 2.60 B. arris, J. A. Whitfield and Clyde There being no further business to come cording to aanouncsmenlt b 1.v 'q t
Pla inti, an^ d Tag 19o80 Ba s R, Stone, Salary 23.50 Brogdon, members before them they did then adjourn to meet
Glenn Plaintiffs, angels Exp for Work as Private J. R. Hunter, Pension 50o00 The Supriatendent was present and act' -, -'r session on February 7, 1956. pastor.
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE Deteetive 14o0 George Y. Cure, Salary
SUIT TO QUIaET TITLE rts Sup Co. Supplies 20 ay m t Ret .'s f the '.- : meeting HOMAS A. OWENS, The evening service Will t-,L .
JOHN W. SIMONSON and wife, St Joe Moor Parts Co., Parts 21 9Professio C IM- Prem-d .; :- ". ado- iWted CARTER W a mes e o hme, D
BERTHA ANN SIMONSON, Wewa Har dware C, Sppies 440 Le s Soa arage was examined and approved Ca man The Bible Really -Teah Agaist-
B DEfendaNNtS NAmerican Oil Co., Oil 146.o7 Western Auto Ass Store, .;- -'""-'W report was read, approved LIS OF XPENDITUb FOR THE
Def NOTICE endanGulf Co Ins Agey,Ins. Prem 00 Gulf ddwe & Supply Co ;;' ed MONT'.'. 196 ,: Beverages?
NOTICE IAuto Parts & Bearings Co., Parts 82 Wewa H hardware C .- va the State Depart- The public is v
1THE STATE OF FLORIDA Panama Motor Parts Co. Parts c- ""- '' *e State T N ame mu t1
TO JOHN W. 'SIMONSON and Lloyd Whitfield, Refund on Payment .- rt- 1.7o -----e .hoatthe mas er.e U0 ., :,,' '
wife, BERTHA ANN 'SIMIONSON, Feight _Motor Co ton .' -'s at the George C: Co-Trea --. *'. 4 00
wife, BERTHA ANNa- SIMONSON, ma Mach. & Sup. Co., Parts Sup. Parts 829 A--:.: -. .t was o.ed Florida School '- ad at 730 P M
. whose place of residence is 30 Gulf Mfg Co., Supplies Parts 100 ". ". .' Ward that the" Travel .00 ---
SCharles Street, Bainbridge, Geor- Central Tire Service, Tires (Ro : Use of board rt once to tnicttet these -. .. 7 aimbums eent 4
. Calloway BrosLr. C, Supplies : 8:1 .800.rooms. '-.Or H r a b r ..
ga independent Oil Co, Fuel 298800 281R The Board .. the drewin for the o Sewton .. Supplies 2 Ol
GREETINGS: Motor Vehicle Comm., Tag 1 a2 a328 two (2) class room addition to t eorge .. 'C420680 nigbtifrom 'o A'
You are hereby notified that a Sleran Conrete Pipe C 1 2 1 u ', as-; hing c do.e by Nom n-" s -- vier
proceeding to quiet title has been Barod C aooski e Tractor f o., Parts s6 was ,- ?nd them --.
brought in the Circuit Court of the srion ower Shovel Co., Parts -0 o_ *- 1- ,- .Departm8at dt E r.t. .la. ..- P.S.J. Soo
SFourteenth Judicial Circuit Flor.- Hurston to o., T : :-- .* lThe :,as instructed to ad- Gulf Coast Elect Coop., Inc., .... of "-
ida, in and for Gulf County, Florida, d's Office Supplies, Supplies hl r 40 verties : construction of two -.or Wewahitca ihka1-t CpIno c B, '. o '-' '
against you to cancel as a cloud W-. -ells, Supplies 21-'0 (2) cleasro *'td to :1000 : Port St :r S 280 G, is the guest of
upon plaintiff's title any estate, Seabrook Mach., Inc., Parts t .: A.. ... ... 2 A M l Water for W .: ,r ... M ...
'right, title or interest in or lien .supplies cGT Ta H1o8e, in a seph Tel & Tel. Co, Services 58. -.. Thomas Al oblook at
' upon the following described real :.' S ervic Gas o. De: 1 T oowng contract r 1 -
property, situate in Gulf.County, CMoutor -ork on Rd : 'Refun or na 7 I :11.2 '-.
Lote Nineteen. (19) and Twenty i k ltP Trucking Co., Freght 4 615 i.to State Road .18 Throat IrrItatIons can com yr.- n
(2) in Bl k Three (3) Oo- .- -- -i. e r D: '-,- o .a o8 ur spinee -S.ee a Chiropractor. :. :
Addition to Beacon Hill, a subdi- to Telp Tel. Jo, ert ic, D ee -5 Rnf P-" eatir 2 __ .. .-
Svision 'of parts of Original Lots C y FINE O& ORFErITUE- *:: s nr. ._ i. e e 42 0
3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10, In Section JAN. 8, 19688 Whhtfiea, Saary 18.8 O Service,'Services 2 9 00 21'. 60, .T.L. I
a le wn 0Frne shera on 1 S twanneeS ter u ish Commission ona':o-',: .et ltWoy S NOTIC,
S p outh, R Ce & Fresh WatRr F a onim5si a l Frtner, .. 64. 1 8 20 -
rTowrnhip Arrest Tickets 2a is a53 146 803 Len Mea WorksO*
S Wes.as per plat on file in the Dr. F. M. ;.- ,; teeth 18 --.,: reby Ie that p'rent..
office of the Clerk of the CircuitR end's Of: 0 William .--- Supplies I .tion of the Boa .' "
Court of Gulf County, Florida Sila stone, Salary 0 20 Elmer NnaIe .-- Serv. 0o, Inc, of an
that you ma yhave, and you are David 0. Gain, Sairay s. -- 'bem January "
hereby required to serve upon e.- Oeorgae Yc ore, Record_ 004 B .: -.,- -e '- St. Joe" is e ,
cilo G.Costin,Jr, plaintiff's attor- nn T BCt.-"B' -10 -' .00 ^ . 1.-d 8' 8 'd'e ",is- a :e' S r Eoe is e-
Dir. Int. Revenue, W Taxes 41 00 CGirl C'' 2 50 D 1 asin Eros9 G, : 28 88 a two precincts- have been
Wey, Whose addreBs is 221 Reid Ave- J. E. Pridgeon, Judges Coot 2 .0 .. .. 0 O -. Bi ?art 1 area lying douthb of th Street. in
ue, Port.St. Joe, Florida, a Copy Bridges, o rt 2 o ort CStJadt ''.
o and file with the Clerk of saidB SEae rtr, .-.i'sfCot air s8: .0 B', ry 0o 00,"".- ". "' P .. ortl St.oe t
-S.r-,ple forJ auil 88.00:Beaig;Lab and North ofI8th Streetatb1 :
Court the original of an Answer to Taylor oChemical : -. ': jail ssos Gordon 12, 0 0 0o 14 9& oi L-8 ad hd eby of:-.. -
the Bill of Complaint filed against P. F. Mcl anel,:-' Jail 18 28 5 4 tt -e 9' 4 84
GENERAL "'-,,,1.8,,M-5,.,0rR .se.2.18 4, "b r ,,m
rou herein on or before the 6th day belLster, Mother's Pension 1 ~5 .o0 eme0 mt olfod'.- i : -.c t t the .
of February, 1956. Herein fail not Mrs. Dollie Wees, Mothers Pension 900 Dir. .,0 ly Eas o
or ...; I'-:..oi will b e entered against M Mothers Pension 00 2 .81, 18 B N-. 1 Garage, Lab ,- .d 'f olygEas of
yen by default Mrs. Lee S s, Mothers .ension 00 -' .,: 11: 0 L .- o' ... oe Motor r F Par. he .et St Joe extended o
WITNESS my hand and official Minnie Patterson, Mother -Pension 8.00o Leon .8 E : 0. -e Dord .o Nurses n he e-y dei ate. as
sea, this 28th day of december, A. M rMae P O.reamer, otheSr Pensiomn s. 4820 men t on. h auer .. .
So .Annie, .hame, Mothers P ion 9.00 M 4 T a s D o o, S.pplies .
SI Mrs. Tom Parker, Mothers Pension 9 00wi. -000 ProfMe 4
aGEORG Y. CORE Ressie Porter, Mothers Pension 6.00 Elm en. .9.. 00her ce
Clerk of Circuit Co ett Mrs. A. :- -: .. others Pen. S 00 P t 'e a r ee r 'r
S G. OSTI. JR. innie winia, C county Indigent 8.00 GENERAL FUA D LEO 24,' 195 ato S2effied, 22 ity are e
; for Plaintiffs 1 29 Mamie -. I C county :-...- 8.00 Jick Shaffiel -.. 10. T "- 8 "' i- he ". -
g eerora r: B. ,. T L..county" 1 e t o : aT. .10 b .. '"
S Maggief Smt. Cnty 10.00 "' Bi | ,,2 4.
before they are 1 to 18 monhFos o B : rridaBina ry 610.0 0 60.00 ,,o-.,the ,
John B. N r' 1000 Ra Green, Copt., Ret rment R,,o..,112 ...' -aor 800 .and t."e proper
a ,e .'Hildry, St : .. : : 1.00 Dir. Int. Revenue, W. Taxes 4.40 Ms -,. .. eiae
172 Harden, Sr., chairman -
S- O. 1, Harland '
S',''N o *. NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
S- NO 2, Harland N OTICE iS -n a t .
1 1 of te 'A"
Ive of- ,oom tlrl us
4g LaU.A,'s "Ai 6'60
Chivrolet offers 6 i,,'llhtly ;Jon
tWags-all with Pc1jy by Fisht'r -
t 'bnlitJ l (q two'new 9 -i} :-T.-n'rer fli t.,1 .
These s." -: station wagons can knuckle down and
work as and as e as you like-4nd :'..-.. -.- 4 ''."-
cargo space to ..- it. -: .' 9 of itwiththe end
gate down. But let's face it, ,, much : ''-- take off
for a : -' time-and they've got the power and perform-
ance to that! A zippy, exciting kind of power that
* -: ; to :- : Come in and : -.. one soon!
DIAL BA 7.4331
i i -. : ,-' t -. o o the '.e
.., f ~'*, tour '
,-, .. '. ,. this notice
-L name nudes
a K. I engage in business and into
~Biness is to be carried on"
S,- R ." OCHE, doing business ax"
"Roche's Furniture and Ap-
ole; owner' Port 1 J''. *. .
Si1. t1, 4
For BABY NEEDS and
GIFTS FOR BABY
I will not be r-..;,,...:. 1-- for any
debts incurred zain my name
r..j anyone but myself from thia
-JOHN P. MOIRESON
From where I sitA.y Joe Marshi
Hear bout asy Robert last
Friday? I heped him cout his
money-both bearre amftW-
ms belive me, the sts tre.
masy was n the way to 6he
bank to deposit his "eeokle Jar
savings-xAsaty P4 s in aide-
el, dimes and quarters. He haA
them in a pap bg ad as we
Crossed MMatin tresM t b aom
Howm went flila. Passers-by
pitoead in to help reow e
coins. Later on whe may eount.-
party" had turned up al et
Zasy's money p us ten cents
someone else had lost!
* 'From where I sit, I wouldn't
want to try this "Eay" way to
make mo Usually, it takes
time for a beak roll to grow ...
ust as it takes time for a friend-
ship to grew. But by respecting a
W lhbor's rights-including his
right to drink coffee, tea, beer or
buttermilk, whichever and when-
ever he chooses--it's wonderful
the solid friendship you can build.
Xws Man "k on that.
Copyriht 1955. United States Brewers Foundation
"Two-Ten" Beauville-4 Doors, 9 Passengers
Se0ion of middle seat folds for easy access to rearl
"Two-Ten" Handyman-2 Doors, 6 Passengers
New colors, new two-toning in all three series!
Bel Air Nomad-2 ..::.. 6 Passengers
Rpe' ---qI back and cushion fold level with floorl-
"Two Tgn" Townsnlen--4 Doors, 6 u.'jierl
.c -'-''~.,r i terior losts aW laistsl
, / I'
M. P. TOMLINSON
403 Munument Ave.
"One-Fifty" Hlandyman-2 Doors, 6 Passengers
Choice of V8 or 6 and 3 drives in all models!
THE HOT ^^'I EE0VEN HOTTF7R
HUTCHINS-THURSBAY CHEVROLET CO.
%OW5 SEW v1r Woe TwiU 55m5FI3 _&___
Fert St. e, Florid
Port St. Joe, Fla.
REPAIRED and RECORD
RADIATORS: CLEANED, FLUSHED
STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED
Pate's Shell Service
Phone BAl 7-9291
ComerBAL AW o" winai
223 Monument Ave.
NX GTAR-~. POr~t 01. 00i. OW1oCP GOON Y, PLORIQA
@ .. '- X ** ;j 'VS t.II Bftl OT. JOE, r.ULF CpU.t..rY, Iru .IfHDA .. ... t: :" t .TtW JAN.Um A1 ." .11i"-W O
tiTi a doo thi se e n .. e EST QUIZ QUESTION OF '56 S. Mnce, ra Ma arol
said: "No. M mind at this .moment is not fixed. Meef Friday Evenig T. wen. Mr
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Ptt. ond. But my mind is not fixed to such an extent '. S My Mrs. Bruce Weeks, Mrs. Brnest
Published Ery ThurdyA30Wili.Avnu..prt W LnWoman. Auxiliary will meet -aweay M.rs. Bert M-unn and
.Je, Florida, By The Star Publishing Conmpy that it can't be changed .s Ai ia ry i t he Mrs. B- toodaaru.n
WESLEY R. ,AMSEY, Editor and Publisher Three days later, the President's personal ". home of Mrs. Victor iAerson.
physician and' two Army.heart specialists -anAhome of Mrs. Victor Anderson.
Also Linotype Operator. Ad Man, Floor l physician and two Army hart spelists ames, drawn for membership MARUIM F. WOOD'SERVING
eporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper nounced that his physical condition was "ex- are Mrs John d r Oo ATLANTIC CITY N. J. -
Yata are Mrs, John Aide,. Mrs. Otto AU A
lEntered as second-clss matter, December 1919, at the ellen, and a statement issued troug Press derson, Mrs. Victor Andearon, Mrs.
Postoffice, Port St. Joe, Fl., under Act of Mch 8, 1 Secretary Hagerty again said he had made no Robe Bel Jr., J E. Bo ATLANIC OTY, N. J.---Marum
IA ON Scretary Hagerty again said he had r made no Ro'bett, M Belows, Jr., Mr T. oa n
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE bitt, Mrs. T. G. Frary, rs. J. L. F. Wood, airman, apprentice, N,
ONE YEAR, SIX MONTHS 1.0 ultimate decision" on.running again. Fuler,, Mrs. Charles- Johnson, Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy B. -W'ood
E MONTHS $7But when Mr. Hagerty adds: "That decision s
DIAL BARl7-8161heof Port 'S.t.-1oe, is serving.at the
DIAL l 7 6 he and he alone will make," we think he over L. P. Ray returned hom Mow- Naval Air Station at Atlantc City,
TO ADVERTISERS--In case of error or emission in s dI n simp liies. s '" day after spending several weeks N.H J., wih ite Sq ron 4.
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable -for e0 in Marthon. He reported for duty in- Decem-
damages furtherthan amount receivedfor such advertbemmset b r.
r THE WEATHER PICTURE N. Bill Bn.nett, a student at U be.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed wrd B before entering the service- in
s thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely assert,; The perplexity o the recent weather: in L A\ k 'September 195:5 Wood tended
the printed word thorou ly enovinces. The spoken word Tallahassee Sunday after spending
Is lost -the printed, wor remai M. Florida leads us to reproduce an article that eeral days visiting with his wife t. Hig oo
we read the other day in. a newspaper trade M rs. Bill Bennett. ( .
PROTESTING TOO MUCH journal which we think, applies to the situation Mrs.Richard Lewis and children Star Want Ads Get Results
here very well. The article is the editors corn- ,'') of Vernon spent Sunday visiting l "
An election to seicct the President of the ment of the trade journal about the treatment /' with friends and relatives. TRADE AT HOME
-United States should not be a popularity con- that the weather forecast received in a daily i(lI, lif "t"
test Yet, it is in fact just that as every pro- newspaper. We: reprint it here below. 1 1 ,f iIIIii -' i u A r .
fessional politician knows. Remember when weather predictions .were .- Are COrdially Invited o At
The popularity of Dwight David Eisenhow- classified information during World War II ..
er is something, unique in our time, perhaps and when we were. promised that forecasts Mrs, Ruth McCormick, Mrs. Lor- Dohtan, Ala., spent several days L ng Avenu
in our national- history. His appeal as a man would be virtually infallible and would be avail- aine Kennedy and Mrs. Elsie Grif- visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. .
extends to every segment of our population, to able for days and weeks, even a month in ad- g g b n, n n .C.ODUM, PastorualtMrh
attend were: Mrs. Abbie Conner, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealey and V. J.C. ODUM, Pastor
'young.and old. It is easy to believe that big, vance as soon as wartime security could be re- Mrs. Cleveland Hall, Mrs. Eunice daughter Evelyn spent Sunday in A
friendly, earnest, devoted Ike canr do no wrong. laxed? Remember?. Vickers, Mrs. Tunice and Mrs. Lois :Perry visiting with friends and SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
His- is the magic thaf politicians spend their It may be' the fact that things haven't quite Bracewell. relatives. MORNING WORSHIP-------- 11:00 a.m.
lives seeking for and seldom find. In a can- worked out that way prompted the following Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall and Mr. and Mr-s. Bill Bennett and BAPTIST TAINING UNION- 6:15 p.m.
,. r, L i Xx. way ^i~p -x 6Mrs. Eunice Vickers spent Sunday children spent Sunday in Marian EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m
didate for the biggest job in the world, it is the dissertation from Editor Don j, McGausland Mrs. Eune Vikrsin with frieSunday children spent Sunday visiting wihn P Y EVENING WORSHIP esda 7:30 p.m.
such a candidate, you do not willingly let him "Darned if I know why everybody is inter- Miss Carolyn Hanlon spent the Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett and 'Corner Loi Avenue and 16th Street
go. ested in the weather. It's the one thing under week end visiting with.Miss Alimae children Paula and Howard spent, A v. a n. -E .'
This might be sufficient to explain the con- the sun that everybody should know about Campbell. several days in Vernon visiting VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
Mr. and Mrs. Roe Murphy .: -o wih friends a rte
sistent and persistent assurances of GOP lead- without having to read it. If its blowing, they Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy of ,wiht friends and relatives.
ers and .the party faithful since the President's want to know what's going to be in the paper, :Star Want Ads Bring Quick Results At Small Cost! TIry 'Ea mI ,,
September heart attack that he would run again, If it's snowing, the same; if its raining, the
and in spite of his own unwillingness to answer same; and last summer when the -mercury- was
or discuss the question as long as a year ago. boiling at 105 above they still -wanted to know II
It may even explain the sudden campaign to what was going to be in the paper' as regarded
sell the American public on the idea that the the weather.
Presidency isn't, after all, the man-killing job "Don't ever say we don't aim to please, (and
it has been cracked up to be. please don't count the misses). And with that
But the flurry of announcements that the comes this week's story on the weather: t
Eisenhower name would be entered in the pri- "Several inches of snow are on the ground
marines of Illinois, New Hampshire, Wisconsin at this time with a warmer day this is
and Florida are eloquent indications of the expected to melt next spring at the latest.
pressure being brought to bear on the President "The temperature may remain the same for
-himself if, indeed, as the palace guard insists, some time if it doesn't get colder or warmer -
he has not made his decision. For, while it "There will be windy days, and days when Take AdVantage Of These Low Prices Now
has been ruled unnecessary for the potential the wind-does not blow. At times it may appear __ .
nominee to reply to the Illinois entry, the New that a.. warmer trend is developing, but that
Hanipshire law gives .a nominee ten days in doesn't necessarily mean it will be that way. 81Xi08 SP I 81x9NgH HS MEN'S
which to ask withdrawal ofhis name and Wis- May even get colder. Nobody knows for sure. a-I8 COJNT SPRING KNIGHT Ha d rr es CHAMBRAY
consin delegates can-not run as pledged to a 'On the'other hand, it could get warmer. No- WHITE SHEETS COLORED SHEETS HandkerchWORK SHIRTS
candidate without his consent. body knows for sure about that either. BUT : 1 f "
Significant, too, is the fact that the primary IF IT DOESN'T EVER WARM UP it's going $1 2 49 12 for 89 1 0
activity followed on the heels of the President's to be a gol-danged blankety-blank lqig winter.
Key West press conference in which, replying You can bet on that, too." -. 8R' R E M E '
LARGE IZE 80 SQUARE 36 INCH --REG. 380 MEN'S and BOYS': "
S>Carl Deese. guests of Mr. and Mrs..'W:- w .il PRINT CLOTH OUTING Winter Jackets
NEWS FROM. Honored With. Party son. -BATH inter ac
A Mrs. Hudson honored her daugh- Honored With Shower OW EL
By HELEN NGRRIS a party Friday night at 7:0-..at the ored with a stork shower Friday, T 1. 4 1.
home of Mrs. Hudson on Duval evening .at 7:30. Hostegs f br this 3 U fo SPRiNG KNIGHT
s.-- ISt. Several games w-ere played occasion was Mrs. N. 'EDe.se Mrs,-SrsPRN K. I
Mr..and Mrs. Howard Linebar- then refreshments of cake,' cookies Eva Weston, Mrs. Betty Curle.s "ad WASH CLOTHS LADIES' FALL DRESSES BROADCLOTH
gar of Tyndall Field were the week and drinks were served to the fol- Mrs. Betty Jeffcoat. Several games 12 for $1.00- BR ADt-o
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen lowing guests: Jenny Kay Norris, were played then prizes were REG. NOW Spring Patterns-anforIzed
Norris and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alice Jean Gay,. Buddy Simmons, awarded to the following guests: $500 Reg. 59c Yard
Dykes. 'Jernt M~Ss, Tommy .al Mary Ri- Mrs. BobbyBaxley'and Mrs. Betty LARGE SIZE $8.5
Mr. and Mrs. Joel' .Loett and ley, June Ivey, Bstty,. eese, Ray Whistler. Refreshments 6f nAT $6.00 3 9c yd.
children Howard and Paula spent Rester, 'Durlene- Sykes, Montez salad on lettuce with crackers and BATH TOWE $995 .
the week end in Wemon -visiting Thomas, John O'Brian, Deani Wil- coffee wer erved to the follow- $10.95 .00
with Mrs. Richard Lewis and chil-liams, Mary Ann .it, Gall An. ing guests: Mrs. L. W. Cox, Mrs. $9 $. SPECIAL 1 LOT MEN'S
dred. person and h honoree, Saily Hud-Jadine Ellis, Mrs. Robert Cream- C ea. $12.95 SPORT SHIRTS
Mr. adn Mrs. Edgar' D'eese 'and eon. er, Mrs. Ruth Keels, Mrs. Dorene SPORT SHIRTS
children of Paaama-- ~ty wesw. the Mt. ank i rs. -'amea, young of Spears, Mrs. Walter Hand, Mrs. $14.95 Small and Large Val to $2.95
week end guests, of Mr: and' Mrsm. Tyndflhil ''Tild'ewe-e th*'week end Betty Whistler. Mrs.- Bobby Baxley, o5% WOOL $16.95 $11.00 $ 1.00
________DOUBLEr -'., $14.00.
SBLANKET $18.95 $15.00 MENS SE
Otice ote sReg. $4.98 $24 $15.00 SHOES "
I .. $ 37 ', D is c o n t in u e d S ty le s .
'3 Reg. up to $18.95
S The regjstrdafi'Won forms 'for voters are now in the precincts MEN'S FALL PANTS N R 13 99
with the fallowing deputies for those to register to vote who are not PA NOW $1 .9
S alRedly registetred. .PJlease taere, advantage of this opportunity as LADIES' REG NOW
ey wilti ejbeie a.Bis 3 days,,Jeginning January 2, 1956. RAYON PANTS $5.95 $3.95 MEN'S CORDUROY
No. 1 and 2, At courrous e,iir the Supervisor of Reg. 19 $6.95s $4.95 SPORT COATS
office. 9 c 5 $5.50 Reg. $15.95
No. 3 Mrs. Walter Crutchfield, at her home. CHILDREN'S $8.95 $6.50 $ 12.00
No. 4 Mrs. Edna Hardy, at her home or store. RAYON PANTS $10.9s5 $7.50 Large Size sugar Sack
No. 5 Mr. W. H. Weeks, at his store. 1 c$12.95 $8.50 Dish Towels
No. 6 Mrs. George Harper, store. 19c 5 for $1. 00
No. 7 Mrs. Essie Williams, at her home. MEN'S FALL SUITS
No.8 and 9 Mrs. Mary Wall, Friday and Saturday p.m. Men's and Boys' White .36F X X'42"
from 1 until 5 each week at E.T. Pridgeon's office, TEE SHIRTS 1-3 O F F Pillow Cases
and all other time at her home at 1507 Palm Blvd. 44 ea. FREE ALTERATIONS ON PANTS 41 ea.
I trust this will be convenient for everyone and you will get
registered so you can vote in the Elections of 1956.
NOTICE I SHOP WITH
On and after Jan. 31 we will no U
... longer give GREEN STAMPS. S u
January, charge accounts will
s ..W t get' stamps if paid by February AND SAVE
Supervisor of Registralion, Ga1VCoundy -
- I I i I I p --rra~eau
... ------" equally, cooperation had Men pledged the Con- James W. Ford, William aS. Gilbert, erett M. MeFarland, Llndsey Thurs-
Whereupon, Comm. Harden moved greos of the United States authorized Jease Anderson, Elmo Ford, bay, Roy C. Tharpe, Gerald l McGill,
MINUTES OF THE that Lloyd Whitfleld be reemployed the project; that the engineers are Willie Griffin, Jr., L. -Armstrong, Lester J,. Whrexler, Joseph L, Wilson,
as county road superintendent for now ready to begin the project and Moulton A. Ftem1n, John E. Hill, Charles H. McKnlght, Raphael L,
COUNTY COMMISSION the year 1956. Motion seconded by Gulf County In blocking the entire Wayne 0. Ashley, .L, Fuller, James -xull, George Armstrong, U. B. Mc-
Comm, Whitfield, and upon vote the project by refusing to furnish the T. Holmes, Earl D, Atchison, Wesley Lawlion, Cnarles 'VW-all, James A.
following voted: AYE-Harden and required spoil areas and easements. Lee Grace, C. L., ughes, S. L. Barr ngton, Josepn E. iacLeod, Wil-
Whitfled; NAY: None. Colonel Bisbort discussed at length Barke, C. F. Gautreaux, Eugene F. liam E. Whaley, William E. Branch,
Whereupon, there was a motion- by how the channel down the Apalachi- Jones, Sr., Paul D. Bass, J. H. James T. Mcl eill, Bryon W. Wilder,
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Comm. Price, seconded by Comm. Har- cola River will help the water level Geddie, Robert F. Knowles, A. "V. Shelby B. Brown, Carl M. Norton,
January 8, 1956 den and upon vote was unanimously in the Chipola River. Bateman, Malcolm P. Gentry, Cuble Jr., George H. Wimberly, Jr., Otis
The Board of County Commissioners carried, that Max W. Kilbourn be Mr. Newt Creekmore, vice presi- R. Laird, Clelan L. Belin, Benja- Davis, Curtis O'Brian, lii. B 'Young,
of Gulf County, Florida, met this reemployed as county engineer for dent of the Three Rivers Develop- min R. Gibson, Jr., J. C. Lamb, Paul Andrew L. Davis, D. L. Owens, B.
date in regular monthly session. The 1956. ment Association spoke for the pro- J. Blount, Oscar C. Hammond, Willie A. Alexander, Ralph Davis, Georbe
following members were present: Geo. At this point in the meeting, Comm. ject and urged Gulf County to sup- C. Lindsey, J 0. Bragdon, Frank X. Padgett, Thomas G. Alsobrook,
W. Cooper, Chairman, E. C. Harden, Harden was duly seated as chairman, port the project and that the Three Hannon, Jessie P. Linton, T. J. Brax- Carl R. Dean, Tom r Parker, Capers
Sr., T. D. Whitfleld, J. C. Price & There being present a delegation Rivers Development Association will as- James L. Hardy, Henry M. .McClam- Allen, J. C Daniels, C. L. Parker,
Parker G. Hart. -The Sheriff and At- representing the furtherance of the sist Gulf County in securing Congress- ma, Hugh T. Brinson, H.C. Harvey, Lester 91len, George J. E st r I d g e,
torneys were also present. Apalachicola River Project, the Chair- ionau authorization for a channel to Onell M McDaniel, R. V. Buchart, Frank Pass, Jr., David C. Arnett, Jr.,
The meeting came to order at 9:00 man invited said delegation to take a Wewahitchka and other landings along Dan Hatfield, Ralph G. Nixon, Milton James M. Strength, Fred Perry, D.
o'clock, A. M., and the following .seat at the commissioners' table. The the Chipola River. H. Parramore. F. Batle, James A. Glenn, H. C. Phil-
proceedings were had. m following persons composed said dele- Those speaking against the project W. I. Carden, Beatrice Hewitt, ". E. B Boyer, O. N Griffin,,
The minutes of December 6th and gation: Col. Harold E. Bisbort, Mr. by-passing the Chipola River were: C. Henry I. Rish William T. Rowell, ...r-' Pitts, Leroy Butler, Buel
15 were read, approved and adopted. O. B. Moore, Mr. Mueller and Mr. L. Morgan, C. F. Brunner, H. C.. Franklin Chandler, Gordon S. Hall- Harper, Otis R. Pyle, Earl Chitty,
The following bills were presented, -rra Campbell, representing the U. S. Miller, Davir C. Gackin, and Silas mark, Robert W. Scott, J H. Chason, Paul Groom, W. S. Quarrels, ioy
examined, approved ,and ordered paid: Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile Dis-' R. Stone. ..F:.-,. B. Hammock, Thomas M. Smith, B. Conoley, Walter K. Hendrix, Wil-
The Chairman announced that the trict; Newt Creekmore, Vice President After lengthy discussion, the-Board' .. Chason, Tee Hicks, Felton B. liam M. Rasmussen, Herbert Cox,
next business to come before the of the Three. Rivers Development As- announced that it will not support -" Rti '- ..- :. Horton, San 7 .- Ralph E Rich, W.
Board wil be that of electing a tem- sociation; Waldo Brown, Phil lip the project unless the channel is. ..-- E. -,. .:: Cream- L -. ** ... McDaniel, W' B.
porary Chairman to preside over the Schoelles, Peter Comforter and Joe changed to go down the Chipola River. er, Arthu- L iRichardson Emmette Daniell, Silas W
meeting while the Board elects its Johnson, members of the Board of Hon. Harland Pridgeon, Tax Col- Roy W. Suber, Dan N. Creamer, Meredith, W. C. Roche, B. F. Daugh-
chairman and vice chairman and ap- County Commissioners of Franklin lector of Gulf County, reported that William H Howell, Jr., Ray E. Tay- try, Marvin W. Pitts, Burke B. Scis-
points its attorney for the Board, County; Dwight Marshall, Jack, Cook, he has collected real estate and per- lor, Gus B. Creech, W. H. Howell. sion, E. L, Ellis, Warren Prescott,
prosecuting attorney for the County Gene'Austin, C. H. Johnson, and Fred sonal property t in theaesx vbgkqj Lindsey Wade, Kenneth A. Creech, J. D. Sexton, W. B. Ferrell, John
Judge's Court, road superintendent, & Anthony, representing the City of sonal property taxes in the amount A. P. Jackson, James H. Whitfleld, .Henry Pridgeon, Leo G. Shealy, J
engineer for the year 1956. Apalachicola; Mrs." Bryant Patton, of $9,200.00 from assessments within Anderson Davis; William L. Jordon, A. Garrett, Robert C. Rish.
Whereupon, there was a motion by Representative in t-e Legislature from the City of Port St. Joe t'fat have Alford L. Whitfield, N. E. Dees, 7.-: Woodrow Shoots, Walter M. Gra-
Comm. Harden, secondedComm. omm Franklin County;-J. C. Gissendaner, been credited to the Road & Bridge Jordon, Lawrence Abreu, G. K -- ham, Medie W. Rogers, John D Schu-
Hart and upon vote. was unanimously representing the Board of County Furd. -'" ''f~' ed B. Jo nes, Walter C. ler, H. M. Hammock, Jr., Andrew
carried, that Comm. Cooper act as Commissioners of Gadsden County; W. Whereuoon, here was a motion by .: : William P :- S. B Shuford, W. K
temporary chairman while, the Board A. Cogburn and Penn King, County Comrn. Hart ,seconded by Comm L,. : -: "5': .J Leroy1 :,'':. J. T.
elects its chairman, etc., for 1956. Commissioners from Jackson County. Whitfield and ----- vote was unani- R :-:: .L. P Ilbourn, Tho .- -. 3. J Tommy
Whereupon, Comm. Whitfield nomin- The following delegation appeared mously carried, :. the Co: mas, Earl "-. .' : l-
ated Comm. B .C. Harden, Sr., as against the furtherance of the said one half of said amount, or *. Jr., J. &. .:. I u ia H H Shirley Everette
chairman for the year 1956. There rjver project under its present plan to the City of Port St. Joe. Penn, Edward L ~ :. Arthur H Cook, James R.
being no further nominations, the to by-pass the Chipola River and the Whereupon, the Chair-'t- ip"e'i' Lovett, Freeman Ro '.:"-:- Quincy L. Hardy, Roland
temporary chairman called for a vote Chipola River Cut-off: C. L. Morgan, the following Road -.:.r- Elder, Joel B. L'ovett, D. H. Lewis, B -: s O. Wster, John
and Comm. Harden was unanimously Peal Clark, William Linton, J. R. T. D. Whitfield for all roads north T. S :-: .--.. y A.-B0 Charles,
elected chairman for 1956. Hunter, Iiulu Beard, W. C. Wimberly, of the White : Canal and :: Lewis, Tom M.harles
Whereupon, Comm. Harden nomin- C. F. Hanlon, C. F. Brunner, Grover W. Cooper for roads south :- David ..- -yrd, Grover A. Cark, Robert C.
ated'Comm. J. C. Price as vice chair- Wade, W. 0. Meeks, Poley McDaniel, canal. J. A. -.- ge, Collier, Jake R. Gavin, Price .
man for 1956. There being no further O N. Griffin, Dorothy Merck, and Whereupon, pursuant to Section 40.- D. C. Smits, Carl J R-' N. Gore, Samuel R. Grice,
nominations, the chairman called for H. C. Miller. 01, Florida Statutes, 1953, the follow- H.' Marshall, John C. Sowers, Nathan Richard H. Herring, John R. Hewett,
a vote and Comm. Price was unani- Colonel Bisbort explained the Apa- Ing names were selected to be :':.:.:. Petr :J Jo Mazorol, Charles: ..-r, James W. Johnson,
mously elected vice chairman for 1956. lachicola River Project from the begin- in the Jury Box for the :. J. I .-: Herman F. Barker, ormick, John W. Mad-
Whereupon, these was a motion by ning to the end and told that local Court for the "--e- 195, to-wit: J. F. Miller, Hubert Stripling, Jack rrott,, Connie E Pet-
Comm. Whitfletd, seconded by Comm cooperation. must be provided before Jerald D. -- ': Otis Smith, W. W. Craft, '-" : rennon Tal- '::rtin, Carlos W. Miles,
Harden and upon vote was unani- the project can be started; that Gulf Ensley, James G. Alford, Jessie L. ley, ,Sear ... T T-: : Clyde W. ich,
mously, carried that attorneys David County is required to furnish spoil Taunton, P. B. Fairley, Coleman Bir- Jr., William R '- .- -'. Rob-
C. Gaskin and Silas R. Stone be re- areas and easements on the Gulf mingham, Thomas L.. Tillman, Pope B. R. Munn, C : Willam A :: :: A. r3. ed L.
employed in their same capacities as County side of the Apalachicola Ri- Fenaley, W.' Clyde Bozeman, ''.:..: B. Holland, Ja '-: James '. = -" st L -.. Horace
county attorney .and prosecuting at- ver; that in 1948 the Board of County R. Whitfleld, W. J. Ferrell, C-:- ,- L. Temple, John D. Lane, 'B.'L. M c ._: .: hn '--. G. S,
orney in the County Judge's Court Commissioners of Gulf County adopted Brunn 1: Areme A. Corlick, Tom W D. Gentry, Horace A
for the year 1956 and that their salar- a resolution that pledged support to Duke, .' --:: "-d : d F ... : ..: R. Hatcher, r A,
ies' and fees continue to be divided the projects' that after all the local Rudy "-:n.-. -'. .::. '. :;:- Coleman W. Tharp; Ev. -- A Newsome, : : C.
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SIZE 70 X 84
Reg. $1.95 Now For 2 Big Days
Clean-up on Men's Dress Shoes
Discontinued Styles Broken Sizes
GROUP NO. 1 Reg. $10.95
GROU PNO. 2 Reg. $7.95
ENTIRE STOCK FALL DRESSES
Now Reduced for Quick Sale
S PRICES NOW
SIZES 3 to 14
Ladies Ready-T0- ear
LADIES' FALL SKIRTS
VALUES TO $8.95
LADIES' FALL DRESSES
VALUES TO $16.50
LADIES' FALL SUITS,
VALUES TO $37.50
FALL READY TO WEAR
MARKED TO HALF PRICE
Now 66c yd
Values to 98c
39 ONLY RE-PRICED TO MOVE
Reg. $16.50 $10.0
NOW S100 ,
Reg. $8.95 S4 0
Reg. $6.95 $ 50
Reg. $5.95 4 00
Reg. $4.95 O O
NOW -_-.-- 0S023
S UISTS and
SPORT COATS Sizes 4-14
Original Prices to $7.95
SUITS Sizes 4-14
Original Prices to $14.75
Lined and Unlined
Reg. Price $2.95 to $4.50
REDUCED TO CLEAR!
GROUP NO. 1 Reg. $2.95
GROUP-NO..2 Reg. $4.95
Sizes 5 to 8 and 8Y2 to 3
d onesville Subdivisin. '11e Board d-i- -
.: l. -
t: tSa oad uperintendent to
-. :: a proposed construction repeat
ou said street and report his .,.
Board at the earliest possible
S.Chairman called for meet-
ing to be held January I"'" at 6
Ther' .-- .o further business to
come : : Board at this time,
"tho e did then adjourn,
-- : ,
i. .1..'.- Florida.
li U10 1958
The Board of -- -. issioners
of '. 7. .- tiis date
in : -: .- The following mem-
bers were present: F. C. Harden, Sr.,
Chairman, J. 'C, .Price, T, B Whit-
were a" '-?7----
The :: --:' to order at 6
The -: announced that this
"'.." .-" -.. for the r----- .
- *:- "'i d to business ,: -
tha .. .. other .. .' .
that ...... : .-. the j
The ''letter was ..
-. 0 ,' orida
; ',ro Cooper; .
S.is to advise that your com-
for the Gulf : Health
met Sunday ... .and
voea : Center for the '..
-of Port St. Joe to be built for
,- :- _," "
.-: i : :: : : .. b ld im '. .
~rs- a n_ -. a ,
: .. .. .. Tom Danes, of-
::. -.-. Sherman Hotel,
Panamna City, Florida..i
If. we .cacn be 'of further help,
please do not. hesitate to call on -us.
BY: 7/s! ,. -'. i elders"
sic ". :'- ,.
.- -... ,' Florida '
'.-. was a om. What-
seconded by -Comm. Pr
S : a n Wewah thka,
S. ot to .
S.. ':. .:, Price and upon
S" .' .... carried, that the
the amount of .
Estimtaed cost of the Port St Joee
Health Center- $50,00.000
Estimated cost of the Wewahiehka
Healthbf-r iii ,tont. r -'
A, a: -. : :.- the
Florida : : : .. ad-
vised the Board that one per a.o n
should be authorized to transact all
business for th Board in .connection
with securing Federal aid. through the
Fi: '-, Dpmen Commission. Af-
: .- : Comm, Cooper offered
the foleowin, 'resolution and moved
for its a toieon, seconded by Comm.
Pri'e and unanimously adopted, to-
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of Cu'-nty Commissioners, that from
and after January 10, 1956, George Y
Core, whose signature appears below,
is lereby au.ithorized to transact and
carry on any and all business and to
sign ar-]ications. letters, or other
documents, ,s Clerk b of .the said
Board of .County Commissioners in
connection with the securing of a
federal grant in aid through the
Florida State Improvement Commls-
sion for ise. in the constriction of
lthe rronosed new Gulf County Health
Where. ion, there was a motion by
Comm. Whitfield, seconded by Comm.
'Price and upon vote was unanimous-
ly carried, that the Health Center
in Wewau itc' ka be named in memory
of the late Dr. Thos. Merlwether.
The Board entered into a discussion
with reference to dividing voting pre-
cinct No. 9. After consideration, it
was decided that to allow time to
work out several necessary details in
dividing election precincts, that no-
thing -be done at this time, but that
a special meeting be called for Thurs-
day night, January 12th, at 7 p. m.
Senator George G. Tapper and Earl
Atchison appeared before the Board
and requested the .commissioners to
reconsider their previous action with
reference to the Apalachicola River
Project and to consider a favorable
action that will enable the project
to begin on schedule. After discussion,
the Chairman announced that this
Board does not want to hold up the
Apalachicola River Project, but the
Board is still of the opinion that the
channel can best serve its purpose bv
running up the Chipolsa River; that
the Board is. now making plans to
send a delegation to- Washington to
request the Congress to authorize a
change in the present plans that will
change the route of the channel to
run up the Chisola. River and barcr
to the Analaehicrla River through
the Chinoln Cut-off. I
A. plat of Port St. Joe Beach, Un!t
One, was presented for fippln. After
fi,-s"'tion of sa nslat, tle Board of
Co-irtv Cn-r'lis',;ners 'ine-ie.ously
voter to npec"t nnrove. anrd file the
"pet. (Recorded in '"t Book 1, Page
After dise,'ssinr the needs for an
asphalt nil '., there was a. 'notion
hb Corn"'(-. (- h_' r'om
'Price and 11'0v ""'te wa.q -1"",ious-
for the ni,,re,q, of one a I-nch asnhalt
nimn. Bils to hbo reppivorld until 9
o cloer. A eh. Fpbrri., 7 In.ar
Ther h-lnv" .no further hsiness to
oorep lyf'- ti'e--,e e' -*1 time,
the mPiin, (Ifd t'en adjourn.
ATT ,R,,- ,
George Y. Core
CLERK F., C. TTrOdn. SgR.
(Continued an page 5)
"THE BODY". Returning
from Europe on SS Ile de France
is mink-wrapped actress Marie
MacDonald, home for Christmas
holiday* with her family.
1 .*-.-- MoIelt flibbie TUaker called -ie
NEWS-- FR M mtn gt6 order and alo.' the re4d,
N"W "" iln of Mal1ichl SO. ALtleIta and
Watch word wwere ? ae. a,]
bWW tfollWibg was a prayer of .e y.:ang
By MARTHA RAY :- people's leader, Mrs. E. R. Du 'W
-wip TThe program title was, "Such As-
The Highland View Methodist I-Have". Those taking pir: -.
Church would like to take tui&, 1Mines Libby Adams, Ros. LE-.
opportunity to thank thoae whc 'K13 and 'Sara Catherine C',;,-:.
made a contribution to their educa- Mission work for next M.r::.7
tion building the past week end. wifA be working around the church
Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsey mo- yard, .The meeting was : '*- '
tored to Aitha, Monday, prayer by the president. .-cii
Mr and MrsT W.. or. of Al- Tucker. Any girl from the ages of
bany, Georgia visited her mother, 9-12 who might be interested come-
Mrs. Mary Coleman, their daughter aUd vlat on M.-nidy at 4:00 cm
Miss Betty Zorn. at the Highland 7 T1-.: .-
G. A.s Chr-b. The counselor, r.'re, i.
The Junior BR..A.'s of -4.:-- Adams, welcomes you.
land, View Baptist Church met The Methodist Youth u o ',
...:- with 11 girls present. Pre- *' th eHighland View Methodist
",.."h win have a cake sale ?
x'ridgeon, Charlie W Sapp, S. r :. ,- r 21 at 1l:;00 in front
DewitT "' ii o. office. This money will
er, 'ober -, -,
Stoox unill be
ty to *..: a -.;. in ." ,,. will be are :,-
I -- I ~ 31 r rr Is ~slP AIL~1111~ rs 911 s s"s~ I I' la
% ----- I -S~ 111 111 r ~n ill Iq -I
- -PI[I L I I 'I Ir I
Mrs. Garraway Presides At
Presbyterian Women Meet
Mrs OCharles Garraway present-
Women of' the Presbyterian Churdh.
Circle -'... onday afternoon In the
-: ,,.. of rs. Sid Brown. Her topic"
"Thie Christian Home" was taken
Oenesis concerning theecre-'-
-' of a ':. :-... beginning with
'rs. C. W. Long, chairman .'t.
L ',- One, presided over a brief;
The hostess served refreshments
Bto hr,- ..-..i :. members present
., MeLain Elder, 'Mrs. C. W.
Mrs. R. D. Brown Mrs. Bis-
d Mrs. Charles' G hrraway.
Long Avenue Circle No. 1
Meets 'With Mrs. Brst
Circle 1 of the Long Avenue
Baptist ChUrch met "J"..-,L,.. Jan-
uary 17 in the home of Mrs. Martin
S. 'ftor their '_ .,b' meet- .
J..- -,..' was the circle chairs
man, Mrs. J D. C l' arf The theme
*'e program, "We Give Thee
Thne Own" was, J ..,
.-Mrs. "'.' Mrs. .' .' Hean-
"Mrs. ax Noose and- Mrs.
taking part. Mrs J. C. Ddum
a a prayer.
The hostess .erved refreshments
to the Tollowing-members present':
," Ao P. i. i-t,' I Mrs. T. D.
-* Mrs. TomerN Watts, Mrs.
I' I P ., Mrs. Max Meese,
Mrs. J. C. Odum andf Mrs. J. D.
,Fits Boptst' WMU Tells
Of Coming -mee-i .
The Womani's c'.: .' "- Union
4F the First Eii.uj vChurch an-;
Bounces the following ,,..i. -
Circle1 'wall meet "'at l". t
3 pm. in the home of Mrs.o -;i'i..rj
Nance; Circle will meet on r .,-,
day at 3 p.m. in the -home of Mrs.
Robert ~: :..- Circle 3 in the home
'Mrs Rush Cilam, 'J .'- ." ..'- at
Sp.m.; Circle 4 will meet Tuesday
at 3 .pm. in the home of Mrs. Per-
ry 'Elliott; 'Circle 6 will meet Mon-
day at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
Milton Chafin and Circle 6 will
meet Monday at 3 p.m. in the home
of Mrs. 'Charles GilL
Generals "Stonewall" Jackson and ,
Matthew B. Ridgway were baptized
it the same font in St. John's Epis-
'opal church, Brooklyn, N. Y.
,rmuRODAY; i JANU ;ift'#~
tM I VAN, POO~t #Ti, #on, uwr COUNTY~, CFWMlPA
PAaIE P6UR Weny
2:00 TO 6:00 1
Buy One Suit at
Get Another Of
Same Value For
WE DON'T SAY IT OFTEN..
BUT WHEN WE DO WE MEAN
Exr 5 I. Iilthru 23
Extremely Low Prices Alltems
OTHERS FROM $1.49
BLUES, GRAYS and FADED BLUES
MEN'S FELT HATS
AS LOW AS
ALL WOOL IMPORTED FLANNEL
Regularly $14.95 to $16.95
OTHERS FROM $3.99
ODDS and ENDS Reg. to $7.95
ALL BOY'S SUITS and
REDUCED TO CLEAR
Regularly $4.95 to $6.95
CORDUROY LADY MANHATTANS
Reg. 95 NOW $4.99
Boy's Flannel .
T ; OTHERS REDUCED TO CLEAR
ESQUIRE BOY'S KAYNEE Reg. $1.98
EXPAND SOX 3 pr. $2.00 SWEAT SHIRTS $1.39
MANHATTAN ENTIRE STOCK
SHORTS and SHIRTS 89c BOYS' PANTS REDUCED
MEN'S ESQUIRE REG. TO $2.00
COTTON SOX 2 pr. $1.00 MEN'S BELTS 99c
$i.50 TO $2.50 ALL WOOL
ALL NECKTIES ea. 99 MEN'S ROBES $3.99
CHILD'S Reg. 39c to 85c MEN'S MOSTLY SMALL SIZES
.COTTON SOX 3 pr.$1.00 WOOL SHIRTS $4.99
ALL MENS' and BOYS'
MANY OTHER ITEMS ARE DRASTICALLY REDUCED
PORTCH ST. JOE, FLORIDA
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Are Strictly CASH
--- maae~LI Cr I laR'~"a~aasl--~-~--~
MANHATTAN and TRU-VAL
White and Colored
ALL COLLAR STYLES
Reg. 21.95 to 32.50
Summer and Winter
Some of these are BRAND NEW
SHORTS and SHIRTS
2 for $1.00
JARMAN and NUNN-BUSH
$5 to 14.95
-- r '9 1 I I pll
T.HK STAR. POAT ST. T:JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORI~DA
~Pi~rlnakt- ~CliV14 o h- ism'
High .chool. Pper EditorizesOn-.
ee of Youth Recreation Center Here
'the folfi ng is an editorial tai'really do 'something "or the youth
en fr-: Tie l'Purple Wave, ,thae f'Port'St -Joe but they have been
news of Port St. Joe High School"ilished'down by ithe majority who
as published in the January: 17 say we do not need facilities. Well,
issue. we do need it and if only the in-
WE WANT IT AND WE NEED IT fluential -people of Port St. -Joe
BUY NOW ON_
fuch for as to have a plce to go |, l. *
and enjoy the ordinary social life JU ge ClayLewis
and- fellowship of a teen-sager so
nwe just bum around and-don't do Talks To Rotary
much of anything, maybe get into *
a little trouble now and then." A ot Trial llJudge
So even though the population o t I
of St. Joe has. grown tremendously -
in the last ten years, we are fall- The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
ing far.. short of becoming a pro, held their regular luncheon busi-
gressive community in the one fact ness meeting, Thursday, January
that the youth of St. Joe are neg- 12 in the club room of the Motel
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Arriving Every Day
BUY NOW ON
The Items Listed Below Listed For Quick Sale
SHOP EARLY FOR THE BEST VALUES
LADIES SHOES $1.99
LADIES' SWEATER BLOUSES.- $1.27
LADIES' PRINT DRESSES-- $1.99
LADIES' FALL DRESSES --- $4.90
GIRLS' DRESSES, Size 5-14 $1.47
CHILDREN'S PANTIES ------- 11c
CHILDREN'S BUTTON SWEATERS $1.00
BOYS' JACKETS $1.99 $3.50
CHILDREN'S. PLASTIC JACKETS --- $2.99
BOYS' DRESS PANTS -- $1.99
81X99 Springmaid SHEETS-----$1.69
PILLOW CASES 49c
Boys' WINTER UNDERWEAR ------49c
Men's WINTER UNDERWEAR------99c
PRINTS .y..d. 33c
CHAMBRAY --- 5 yd. $1.00
BED SPREADS..-- $2.98
Visit Our Special Grab Counter
MEN'S SHORTS-- 3-9c
PLASTIC CURTAINS -- 25c
SWEATERS ----- 25c
4 Only Men's Suits ---$10.00
Men's DRESS SHOES---$3.99
Men's WORK SHOES---$3.99
ola 1 id John 1'Tanner of darroll. Barkse, 6oge T"aippe Aid Jake
ton, GeorIga. Other guests attedn- Belin and ,.e: .SlSwe. fir
ing the luncheon were Rush Chism, ----
Joe Grimsley and Earl Atchison. .. j
Bill Nichols, a newcomer to Port Elepnant' Trunk.
St. Joe from Griffin, Ga., attended Th. fingerlike end of the
r ...... I phaht's many-muscled, trunk Is so
as a guest. Blair Shuford was a supple and skillful that .th.- b
.guest of a Junior 'Rotarian. awkward looking animal] can eve'
Members absent- were S. L.uitle knots with it
Fum Prodeuo Demnt&
A very ercng demand for most
tarm products is in prospect fir
i59 :.cg'.,g "~ S department
of sg .'.; -' i
General "Stonewall" Jackson and
.ti tth E. E "l.' -.y were baptized
r t. arre fs.rt ir St. John's Epis
"opal .1-'.:-. .' in N. Y.
F-LAFF OF THE WEEK I
Yes, we want'a recreation cen- will realize it before it is too late. lected.- St Joe.
ter and we need a recreation cen- The teenagers have done with- We will go on bein gneglected Judge E. Clay 'Lewis of Panama
ter. We have tried to do something out recreational facilities in years until that desire that is steadily City was guest speaker. He pre-
about getting gone, but to very lit- past without any great tragedies; becoming real to each of us be- sented the highlights of the duties
tle avail. I say, we have tried to why are St. Joe's youth today so comes a radical movement -' of the trial judge, which was very
do something about it but I really different? Well, our town is grow- WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? infor.mative and 'interesting. Roy
mean that we have talked about ing rap'tiy ail s.-ajily. New peo- Gibson, Jr., was presented his Ro-
-ding something. "Do" is an action pie are coming to town, new youth, Gardena tary pin and -became the baby Ro-
verb and mere talk is not very ex- new ideas. The f.rst question we A few minutes once a week, or as tarian of the club.
treme action. as youth are asked :. "where do neededuwith a good dust gun and aout o
good dust will save a garden that Rotarian guests 'from out of
There have been a. few people you fellows hang put?" Our answer i may be destroyed by :nsacts and town were L 0G. Buck, Gene Aus-
who tried and. tried earnestly to is, "Oh, it would cost our city too jiseaqs tin and Billy Buzzett of'Apalachi-
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Stock up on this wonderful
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It's a long term investment in
W ITH he -recent 'trek of the
Mariners quartet to Cadence,
that label becomes an even larg-
er ex-Arthur Godfrey *--:.n,-,
Other former who
wax for Cadence are Julius La-
Rosa, Marion Marlowe, the Chor-
dettes, and 'conductor Archie Bley-
er, founder of Cadence (it was
that founding that aroused God-
frey's ire)-. By the way, don't
be ..: .-- if the McGuire Sisters
aren't next os the growing God-
-. .. -friend list Their pop-
...'.: doesn't set right with the
.i.:. who doesn't like to have
anyone equally as well known as
himself hanging 'iound With
all his firings, the redhead's show
is actually worse than, it ever was
His only really talented ac-
quisition is young Pat Boone but
.one more hit record and his wel-
,ome will be worn thin, too.
A musical version of "It Hap-
pened One : ;*'." produced by
Dick Powell and co-starring June
Allyson and Jack Lemmon, prompt-
ed RCA-Victor to ask Powell and
Allyson to- vocalize on an album of
tunes from the picture's score
written by Johnny Mercer and -
Gehe DePaul "The Benny
Goodman Story," the movie based
. life of the popular king of
. .. -acquired a member of the
from the musical Dorsey
e"a Tommy's daughter, Julie,
* a part in uL. production
S.- wouldn't ."King. of
.,. make a better'title than
u Iu-ievor-_iLow )ept.:- In New
Haven, Conn., a few years ago,
producer Mike Todd described
"Away We Go!" as "the worst
show I've ever seen" Little
did he then suspect that in 1955
he would be filming in his first
Todd A-0O process the retitled ver-
0on of the same story which to-
day is knoIn as "Oklahoma."
Ulnatra will make a western next,
"Johnny Concho" by name, but
the real news about it is that he
ias signed Gloria Vanderbilt as
is cI -' lady 'This will
r, the debut of the acting so-
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cn's Got R;d
f '' ColId?
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against all symptoms of all kinds of
colds 666 combines 4 potent, widely-
,> d gives positive
:. matter of hours.
Its combined therapy covers the
Ompsee range of ailcold symptoms.
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BARIIE r.-BB98ARD AYER,
From the Warren Record, Wan'rqr ever 'next hill. If this does
renton, North i' A .,s,, We u .. t show a -. ,. .' ,v for-speed-
psked a few days ago why "'' and a lack of -understanding
we didn't write an editorial jump- .: the dangers of high t. .1 we
ing on the Highway Patrol. i i .' know what would show it.
other officers to stop : '. We will admit that a modern
-our highways. We told the friend .ear, racing .at70 miles an hour
that the reason that ; J *** 'v : be-.under better. ,:.*'" .1 ,v.-i'
not been:stopped was because our [was. the old IModel T at 40, but
people don't want it f ,-.! not -remove- the fact, that
S* ,'.. o, ne will --find a: ear 1' u. ; with another
large number of people, who in: .' ;' *: at '50, within the speed
spite, of statistics and reason to ... has a total impact of, 120
the contrary, steal insist tha an R ',i'. and that when two
-ing is not the ain cause of the .. steel collide at 120 miles
-shameful-slaughter on onur ',-' ur the impact is something
ways. terrmo. r-:' ''.'.-, 1 such head-
That people don't want r '*' on collisions are not too rare.
largely because r ... ew *- stop to think that
stop their own ........ is borne an automobile t .. i..,. ,1 60 miles
out by the lack of our is going at the rate of 88
members of the i- a second. No reaction-is fast
receive from the general ;, *. to aj .i-iy check this
This is not only-borne out by the' And it it were the momentum
fight made in the last General As-" use serious injury to the
sembly upon the whammy' and the passenger C '.. dogs, o'possurns
*."- II, of obtaining convictions and hens dafly meet their death on
in the court, but, by the ..-'' :' ;,. because they dash into
attitude of the public .' .. -.,'.: the path of motorists whotunwill-
the whammy, one of the .'8 -- .k.la .LL*ra.Usually the motor-
Patrol's most effective r' t..' .s i ii I'-ond or more before
It is not unusual to meet cars and he strikes such animal or fowl
trucks on our teeming highways '. I te is going to do so, but is
with blinking lights, som6eties .. -r-.;_ to prevent the collision.
sounding horns, warning motor- i." .'.Tne would hold true should
ists that a highway patrol car or a child dart into the highway, or
whatmy is around the next corner .At, ,.-i other emergency arise.,
REPORT OF CONDITION OF FLORIDA BANK AT PORT ST. JOE
of Port St. Joe in the State of Florida at the close of business on,
December 31, 1955
1. Cash, balances with -other banks, including reserve
.and cash items in process of collection- 393,774.59
2. United Sta/tes Government obligations direct and
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions ..... 179,038.30
4. Loans and discounts (including $6.30 overdrafts) .. 683,618.00
15. Bank premises 'owned, furniture and fixtures '$21,062.01 21,602.01
6. Other assets 8,886.03
7. TOTAL AiS'SETS. 2,65,411.13
8. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and
9. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
10. Deposits -of United 'States Government (including postal
1. -Deposits of States and political subdivisions ...--..---.....---_ 219,0947
12. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 1,711.41
13. TOTAL DEPOSI'fTS $2,424,443.50
14. Other liabilities 22,377.86
15. TOTAL DIABILITEBS 1,446,2801.36
16. Capital* 25,0,00.00
17. 'Surplus 160,000.00
18. Undivided profits 13,602.73
19. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 49,987.04
20. TOTAL 'OAPFITAL AOQ0OUNTS 238,689.77
21. TOTAL LIABILrTIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2,.685,41113
*This bank's capital consists of:
Common stock with' total par value of .....425,000.00
22. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for
other purposes 615,000.00
1, 'S. L. ;Barke, President of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly
represents the true state of the several matters herein contained nad
set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Correct-Attest: S. L. Barke
ROBERT BELLOWS J. L. SHAIRIT HARRY H. 8AUNDERR
State of 'Florida, County of Gulf, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of January,
1956, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of thie
My commission expires April 18, 1958.
NOTARY 'SEAL Verna M. Smith, Notary Public
OiTi-i A OAWP It. Jotos, gUIP *0UNPt.ORIDA1 -
**We wan''make deflnlte appointment-but if you' e stUil aroiunt
nest week droe In and see me."
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Phone 7-9411. tf-12-8
FOR RENT:, Small unfurnished
house on Long Avenue. 1305 Long
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
Apartment. Call 7-5881. 223 '7th.
St. Bill Rasmussen. tfe
HOUSE FOR SALE: Unfurnished
i3 bedroom home, corner Palm
Blvd., and 14th 'Street, Port St Joe.
Venetian blinds, circulating oil
heater, water heater. Contact Kar-
lene C. Owens, Box 590 or phone
2241, after 6 p.m., Marianna, Fla. 4t
FOR SALE: A nice' well built,
three bedroom house, situated. on
two lots with 140 foot frontage and
175 feet deep; House has approxi-
mately 1200.sq. ft. of living area,
plus garage and an outbuilding.
Lot is already grassed and land-
soaped. Only $12,600. 3t-15
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone, 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla. '
FOR SALE. Flower plants. Pansies
Snap ..3 -.-, a sweet william, del-
phennium, candy -tuft, b. -' .- % --
carnations, stock, single, and don-
ble petunias. Mrs. Frank -....'
1319 McClellan Ave. Phone 7-3961
.FOR SALE: AIC- -- :1 "-' collie
pup. 8 weeks old. Sable and
white. Excellent stock. Already
'FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. weaned. 307 16th St.
See Mrs. Paul Farmer at Oak _-
Grove or Call 7-3 22. te FOR SALE 19'51 Plymouth 2-door.
Good condition. Radio and heat
FOR RENT: Small furnished house ..,: ... seat covers, 2 new tires
at 311 Woodward Avenue. Phon ;,,,,,, ,. ke up paymen..a Inquire
"-3726. tf-1-12 at 2.5 R.... '-.g- 225 Raid Ave.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished-apart- FOR SALE: .Oushman motor scooa.
ment for couple. Phone Mrs. A. or. -. *'..' .. rebuilt. See 0. Mh
M. Jones,.. Sr., 7-7646. S. te T.-, .. .Phone 7-9866. lip
FOR RENT: 3-room downstairs a
furnished apartment. Private en- FOR FAST, EFFICIEN' -. ..-:.
trance. Available immediately. Mrs. service, call .BILL'O i :. 4
C. A. McGowin, Phone 7-4221. .Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
You need'in your home. STOP and
ing money see us for anything
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
300 p.m., American Legion Home
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Pori St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
meetings 2nd and 4th Fri-
days each mbnth, 8560 p. m.
Members urged to attend; L
lsltng brothers welcome. W. Lj
Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0,
O. F.-Meets firs aind third Thurs.
cays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; vIsIttng
rethren. invited. H. H. ...e N.
OF MOOSE ..
Meetings at Moose, .
Meeting night ev-
Hall, 310 Fourth St 1 ,-'
ery other Monday.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4t Mondays. All vlalt-
ing companions welcome. F. 0.
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
IECElPT BOOKS: Small books of
diplicate receipts and books of
our receipts to the page. The Star.
'OR SALE: Scratch pads, ditto
paper, second sheets, sales books
nuest cheeks. THE L -. .. Phone
i for g --.
Advertising doesn't eoast, it PAYS!
paired, also. -
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Reel Parts and Repc
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the standard "' in F.;Y-i i-lan. :n .I1 'at0ion
Wngon... is the most powerful "' in its
field at no extra cost. Fr V-8's than all other& makers combined!
SIn virtually every model, Ford ;;
Pick Up The Phone and
FOR QUICK, EFFECTIVE
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equipped the way more and more people
want it... costs less* than any other
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Test Drive the Ford in your future!
*Based On a com !~ n ofsugge iW 1t prtces
ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
P St Joe, d C e F t e ad
NOW is the time for you and your fam-
ily to get Polio shots so you will be protected
when Summer begins. Your doctor has the
new Salk vaccine on hand. See him today -
it will only take a minute.
^_-^A A-* D..Lj ,--.I-1 -*- Rio-
T S* A member o the Ffrst !Me.odit 11. Grater nhpbls on eonserVre-
T10m 1M it l O-f Pranama City Announces Church in Panama City, Milam Is tion and ., Iprove.me.nt of our .na- .
To, ,Mi o P n m Ct A a*ctiv e in church and civic-afairs. tural roource&.
Candidacy For Senator In 5th District He L ,'Am- o and impro s.all
..* arloax Legion, Young Demooftts freshi, .and salt water tribiutaries.
and is a past president of a Kiwan- 18. Minimize the political apoil-
Tom Mdlam of Panama City and said, this didn't bother him. "Fil- is Club. Milam also is active in age system. tI order to attract
Bay County announced to the peo- ing of expenses will be routine PTA,' Florida a s:..n Asocla- more efficient employees for state
ple of Gulf County that he is a with me," he asserted, "Since I tion, Bay County School -Super- service.
candidate for State Senator of the don't intend to spend any great visors' Association, and other 14. Less attention to politics and
25th Senatoiial District which in- amount of money on my campaign. school organizations more emphasis on bringing indus.
eludes the Counties of Gulf, Wash In the first place being of modest Milam outlined the following try -to the state-especially In West,,
ington, Calhoun and Bay. means ininncome, .I have no measures as principal ;. ., .his Florida where it is most needed
In Port St. Joe for the purpose of large amount of money to spend, campaign.for state senator. 16. Equal representation for the
making his announcement, Milam and even if I did it is my belief 1. General welfare of the people four counties in the 25th -Sentor
said if elected senator he will go that an election cannot be bought. f big business last al Ditrict. h -
all out for improvement of Gulf If this were true I .wouldn't be in- ort to adequate- Co ue to pro
Cctd c21 Continue effort to adequate. 116. Continue to promote and de-
County beach'es a Lae lo teretd h n n u fe e -ly finance and improve our school velop the pine tree prosperity of
"If elected, the Dead Lakes also Milam had the following to say program Guarantee to ch hld West Florida
will have top priority ,on my bill of his senatorial cam-paign Flridam. Gua ranthe o chp 17 N eae in taxes
of legi. ave. a. ,:- ia ,.ecliIn Floirida the S ;- support IT No crease in taxes.
of legislative :-.. Milam deelar t I always have wanted re equal to the national average, Milam concluded his announce.
ed. "Illo '- poibetth pepl n therpresn Otain greater share of .- ment -by saying, "If elected, I pled-ge .
aid in getting state help to build a pacity of state senator. I have no advertising und or the Gulf Cae to entcarry out these 17 general cam
dam for the purpose of raising the higher political: 'ambitions. If el- of Florida where it is most needed r_"u promises that have a bearing.
water level of the lakes. I realize ected, I promise to live up to all 4. Closer -:.r of all state On all four counties, and is addition
tht importance of the lakes to campaign pledges and serve the .aen will promote .- tha t.-
Gulf County's economy." people of Bay, Calhoun, Gulf and be beneficial to the individual
The Bay County candidate for Washington counties to the very 5. More dequateconsolidation of be beneficial o the individual
senator is a member of the Pana- best of myabiity, state purch ng saving ofSenaorial D
ma City Commission and he is "As a -Christian and teacher, I the taxpayerss milUons. tratO
principal of -one of Panama. City's believe my reputation and. moral "MOE bCi MORE M
largest schools Cove Elemen- character is beyond reproach. My 6. More government by -- School Student of Month
tary. w campaign will be .a clean one, officials and less by appointed bu- (Continued from page 1)
Mila~ is well known in Gulf but vigorous. reaucrats; bureaus, boards and Stephen Whealton from the Junior
County, being a frequent visitor for "I intend .to visit every town, H' g The student body choseMar-
the past several years. -. : .:-,, .- and home in 7. Increased -effort .to expand and, tha Costin and ,Coral Lee Arm-
I. n announcing his intentions to the four counties comprising the improve Florida's primary and sec- 'strong /'
.-.? the senatorial seat now, held 25th Senatorial f .. ; : and per- ondary .road program, Martha, a senior, si.-active in the
by Sen. George Tapper of -Port sonally ask every voter in .the 8. Obtain a greater and ""-.... 1 is assistant edi-
St. Joe, Milam said he "was out district to vote 'for me, --,-- -. share of State Road De- tor of ,. :-. *'-. serves as chap-
to win n ii--- of how many "My political record stands for apartment funds for West Florida lain of the ISenior Tri-H-Y .and
S*,.. ... enters the race." itself. I do not belong to any poli. especially the 5th .Senatorial Dis- represeIted Port iSt. Joe High as
.-,t: ':''- -, "This- is no ticall clique, am not. obligate-d to trict president of the Senior Honor So-
hasty decision of mine.,, Hundreds anyone, and have not business nor 9. Improve conditions for. old city and of the North West .Flvr-
of persons from 'all four counties personal interests to protect or people. ida Association of 'Student Coun-
have been urging me to run for promote. My time -and energy will 10. Extensive application of the- ci ,
the Senate for over two years. I be devoted to serving the people it merit system for *- -... W' and
want to give fair warning to all elected" advancement of state employees Ir Want Ads Get Resuts
-*.--.-- candidates that I'm out The 84-year old Milam is an .....________
to wage a vigorous and victorious .-.u.:-.. : by profession with 12
campaign." years in thefl o TA IsIx
The candidate said he announced of t em as principal. He holds. TAX SERVICE
early "at the insistence of back- both bachelor and masters degree SINGLE, JOINT and SMALL BUSINESS
ers in every community of the 25th in education. In ...'.'ri .... Milam Expertly and Promptly P.fopret
Senatorial .District."- Candidates has done graduate work toward a
mut il a detailed financial re- doctorate in education at Florida CO E TAX SERVICE
port of all campaign activities if State ,. .-: and studied busi- ..
they announce before the regular and city planning at Vanderbilt 112 REID AVENUE.
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