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


THE STAR
Published in Port St. Joe
But-Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County '
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Port St. Jpe- The Oulfet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XIX $3.00 Per Year -'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1956 Single Copy So NUMBER 23
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BOIITO uperauions ou th fee P ceusy
Suffer Crippling 1 10p iele UsJ

Raid Here Saith k End

h ti Week End Actig


Total of Five Arrested
Here Over Week End


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CITY WORKERS, unload sewer pipe near the-Port St. Joe High School the first-of this week
in preparation for laying a line to the school to eliminate septic tanks now serving the school
and a health hazard. The move to lay the line was instigated by the High School PTA dur-
ing the first of November. City and School -',', -: are -. :: -- to install the line.


Game


Two Port St. Joe .. I: were
$135.00 richer Wednesday a. 'ci.-,.
as a result of hitting the jaca pot
at the 'St. Joe Drive-In Theatre
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Work Scheduled To Begin Monday

Laying of High School Sewer Line


Last of Pipe Arriving This Week


:: .: i Mrs. Josh Miller is Attempted Break-In and Auto Gas

,: --Taken By Death Cop Thefts Are Reported
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al : i h A Petition Being CirculW oed To Recall

Sanders said, along with b g Mayor nd Two City. is were after scout knife Long de-
' and other equi meant for bo. iit- the _e e t c An .e to press charges nd
ta. Office for the gambling opera- Gas Gaps stole"
tions was set up iA Kitchens Details of Petition Not 'Revealed'By Committee -Saturday night wave-oftgas cap
house, according to Sanders. An In Charge of Circulation Kept Secret swept through the city with.
adding machine .as confiscated 'h .. o te'S. oeM'oto Ce
along with the cash. A petition-was being circulated Watoen Smith. ne a u o th sed'car o lotosrCa
The Negro woman, a waitress, through town this week asking for Ben C. Williams, Roy Crews and were taken all along Monument
was arrested in a cafe adjoining the recall of Mayor Joe Sharit and Merril Sherricompose the co- Avenue n he business section and
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Kitchen's house, and had betting'
slips in her possession, according
to officers.
Th6 raiders searched about 15
establishments in Port St.+ Joe n n


HollywooU gmam u ved the 't -. w _n si gn.e.y Ai u J u eo on
theatre Tuesday nigl4t. T.e jack-- .All but one car ,...T.-..,( pipe for water crews are making prepara- warrants signed by Circuit Judge
pot builds up each '- oesday night the laying of the sewer pipe to the tions to start putting the pipe into E. Clay Lewis,,Jr., but truck pay
that it isn't given, away- and had High School had arLived at press the ground Monday morning, wea- dirt in only two of the places, ac-
reached $270.00 'T'.);,. ni.ht ,:ct yesterday. T,.-, car of pipe tler cording to Sanders.
James Li.. and Carolyn Wowod ., ;eft the r- a.- ctu. '-.r and is Engineers were busy the first Gulf County Sheriff's office made
each hit the jackpot at tA a ime iue here. befir s tLe eio i of the of this week checking and re-check- three more arrests for "bolita on
time and -were each '-i1 l w : ,- ing grades for the pipe and city Sunday and Monday, to bring the
of th money. Inthe meant e, a.:iy a."eet and crews were distributing what i total arrests to five.
-- -- --- -- ---- -- ------ -- has arrived .along the proposed 'Beverage department officials
ha- ar--i-t ed PlacingIteproposed reported that ne ea. i3 haven't
h r Tused for a on or the pipe kockd-out bih' stcca i-.ely-, but
'd6' f oitoroudte. City crews will i they've dealt the racket a hard
S- s routeCity crews wil blow
used to install -the pipe since prac- "
tically the whole of the $5,000.00 Local arrests were the second
W I 5Y v securedfrom the School Board heavy blow to :bolita operations In
w W a was used to purchase the pipe. Northwest Florida in the past two
S .Several checks of the grade for months. On Dec. 3, Washington
the pipe have been made, since the and Jackson couty officers, work-
TakeThree Games This WeekTo Run Win distance to be traveled with prac- ing withthe ,Sheriff's Bureau, made
TakeThree amesThiWeegrade would normallythree arrests and confiscated $
tical y no .grade would norma ly 000 in cash in a series of raids in
Streak To 15 One Loss : a pumping station along the cah a of ra
the route to boost the sewage along. _he area.
A -special dispensatio from the -
The Port St. Joe 'Sharks took the Port St. Joe .Pos. Apalaei State Board of Health allows the Municipal Hospital Lists
measure of DeFuniak Springs last Nedley, 11 F Mathews, to install the pipe at a cer Change Visiting Hours
Friday night in DaeFunak -: Taylor 7 F .Howz, 2 to Vstal the pnpe at a Visiting
and defeated them 74 to 44. l liott, 21 C Peevey, 1 rade with no boost otatioa announ
.The Sharks had no trouble with Wilder, 22 G George, 2 LAV O KANSAS e that the afternoon visiting hours
the Walton Couny f' ad hd 10 C LEAVES FOR KANSAS es that the afternoon visiting hoers
the Walton County five.and had. ,.; 10 .. -- 9 have been a stared so that men
havo been altared so that men
the lead for the entire game. ISubstitutes were: For Port St Mrs. .- ,Campbell left Mon- working the 3-11 shift may be able
Wilford Elliott has come back Joe: Shuford, 4; W. L. Smith, 4; day for Topeka, Kans., to be with to visit with loved ones who are
from a short -. in the last two Ray, 4; Fletcher, 0; C. Smith, 0 her daughter and son'- in law, Mr. ,; ', in the ::. The new
games and led the Sharks with For Apalach-icola: Paulk, 9; Carl and Mrs. Carl Guilford and their afternoon visiting hours are from
scoring with-26 points. Robert Ned- ton, 0; Huckabee, 0. new son, ,Carl Jr., who was born 1.00 to 3:00 p.m 'The evening vis-
ley followed Elliott with 20 points. .on January 27. The ,-. have '- hours will remain at 7:00 -to
Charles Henderson paced the Wal- The Port St. Joe Sharks scored a daughter, Laurie, age 4. 9:00 pm' '
)ton Braves with 15 points." their 15th victory in 16 games by -- ---- --Miss Dot.tie Thomas, hospital ad-
The score by quarters: ,..:. .-: '.arrabelle 60-43 here- Visits With Parents mninstrator, stated that exceptions
DeFuniak Springs 6 13 10 15 Tugsday night. Carolyn Brigman, of 1SU, visited can be made however, in the case
Port St. Joe 25 14 18 17 The ball game- was close until with her parents; Mr. and Mrs. Du-. of critically ill persons or small
Port St. Joe's "B" Squad were the final period when the- Sharks rel Brigman last week end. children.


the losers in the jrt..-Li.-.y game opened up and racked up a 22-7
when they were defeated by. the margin in the last quarter to put
hbab Braves bhv a score of 48-35 the game away.


Wayne Davis paced the locals
with 11 points. Donaldson scored
for the Braves with 10 points.
Port St. Joe Pos. Walton
Nedley, 20 F Dannelley '
Taylor, 1s F Talvor, 10
Elliott, 26 C Hendersoun, 15
Wilder, 7 G Bludworth, 1
Ray, 2 G Bludworth, 0
Substraitei. for Port St. Joe were
Charles Smith, 1; W. L. Smith,
Blair Shuford, -Bert Munn, Frank
Fletcher and Terry Hinote. For De-
Funiak Springs, Joe Baker,. 2, and
Brown


The Sharks took a 10-6 lead in
the first period and moved into a
26-18 lead at the halfway mark
only to have Carrabelle cut that
-*Ei. a43.8-36 with a strong rally
in the third period.
The powerful at.' Joe. quintet
finally realized the game was no
push-over and hit their stride in
the final period to pull out of'dan-
ger.
Wilford Elliott was the big gun
in the Sharks' attack with 20 points.
Walter Wilder added 17 and Taylor
got 11 more. Walter Edwards was
tops for Carrabelle with 12.


Council


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ime esey amsey mittee presenting the petition. a few caps were taken 'from .new
Repeated calls to two of the memi cars at the Hutchins-Thursbay
or ifor eChevroet oe -. r7., McGowin Mo-
r Ser S bersofthe..- a- tor"' ::,. suffered the amefate
tion as to charges against the com- as the St Joe Motor Company, with
re He d Sunday mission members and other pertio al cars being on the outside being
*'nent data on the ; '... :L for this' denuded of their fuel caps. Wim-
SJ J PriC resulted in no information berly Pontiae Company was also
SI *1 ,, ._, -_ .for r,_.. -, -, -. ,, and all cars were minusgas


I The p ,, ." 'till remains a see- eaps.
Funeral services -for, Junior J. ret to all but the few signers. Some of the caps were not taken
Price, 49 .were held at .' ';'.r The Star is sorry/that it cannot away however, as piles of them
Creek Baptist Church near At ; ir j '''. these facts -to..the public for were -found at the scene of the
,- : afternoon at '- w. t- 'r ~. "' crimes. According to police offl-
Rv Lowell .A ,Jaa Z?-- ".-' ceis, only caps off' thQ new car
P.., ," "* --", D,, e,.ee. wer _-,kept. -- -
.Mr. Price was an employee of ... .. .. .... .
the fSt c Joe Lumber and Export Pini P ln
Co., a nd was a resident of High-on sLogAvene Church
View. Planned For This Area To Have Open House
He is survived by his wife,
Louise; four sons, Joe and Lonnie, Representative Cecil G. C.'r .The Long .Avenue Baptist Chur-
of 'Highland View; and 'Charles Jr., announced this week that plans ch will have :q,-v services Sun-
and John, Jr., of Kinard; two ',, been completed-on the propos- day afternooni at 3:00 o'clock at
daughters, Mrs. Onita Fowhand of ed construction. tby the Florida which 'time the new 'building and
Tampa, and Mrs. Earlene Moore, Park Service of modern sheltered facilities will be publicly set apart
ot 'Chattahootchee, and two grand- .r ,;.,-', -, ,,. pits and for children. Also, one '"..5: J. Co drinking fountains near Constitu- and fellowship. 'Reverend J.- C.
Price, of Port ISt. Joe and one sis- tion Park. .Odum, .pastor of the church, an-
ter, Mrs. W. C. .Goodson, also of He reported that the Florida nounces that he 'will be assisted
.St. Joe. Park Service wil laocept bids on by other local Ministers in this
Pallbearers were iSamp Bailey, these projects in the very near fu- service. The program will 'not be
:. Shiver, Monroe Johnson, ture, and that the facilities at this long and the public is cordially in-


Woodrow aniels, Jonn wDaniels,
LeRoy. Fortner, and '..'"-.. .' Mc
Call.
Arrangements by Comforter
Funeral Home, Port St. Joe. -

Return From South Florida .
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bowen re-
turned this week from Fort Myers
where they attended the funeral of
Mr. Bowen's father, 0. G. Bowen.

Send The Star To A Friend


new park area should oe available vitea to attend.
:o accommodate the people in this Upon completion of this service
community as well as tourist tra- there will be an extended period
veling through this area, in the ear- for "open 'house." The public is
ly summer. These park projects invited to come and *look over
will be constructed from appropria- the .building and facilities.
tions made available in the 1955 5-
session of the legislature. It Days to alimv;rise-try it!


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Port St. Joe cofitinued its winn Port St. Joe Pos. Circa. ~6'- -i 1r 1
ing ways Saturday night and in- Nedley, 4 F La eu, 6 4 .. .
vaded Apalachicola for a lopsided Taylor, 11 F Cjum, 0 ", ''.
2 victory. Elliott, 20 C Edward 12
The St. Joe quintet rolled to a Wilder, 17 0 I l tender 4
23-2 lead in the first quarter and 2 inote, 4 G E. Smit, ,
settled the matter th 11Coen and Substitutes were For Port St. T; g w e a'
there Joe: Shuford, 2 and Ray, 2. Fo"
Carrabelle, L.-Smith, 10 and Jetton .'
Wilder and Elliott hit the nets'1 .
for 22 -and 21 points respectively -o The score by quarters. Five members of Florida Power and A. Waller Smith, right, presi- The other members of the FPC
take the high scoring honors. Port St. Joe 10 16 12 22 'Corporation's "All-Florida" Board dent of the Bank of Clearwater. board of directors are officers of
The Port St. Joe -B team also Carrabelie 6 12 18 7 of Directors were honored this A five-year emblem went to R. the company with many years of
won, defeating the Apalachicola Jackie Mitchell paced the Sharks week for their years of service to J. Knipe, center, 'St. Petersburg service as regular employees. They
Bees 38-28. Jock Jennings was high "B" squad to a close 41-39 win over the company. 'President W. J. civic leader. R. B. Fuller, special are, W. J. Clapp, president; E. K.
for the winners with and Bolng- the Carrabelle Bees by scoring 16 Clapp, presented 10-year service consultant to. International Min- IlgenFritz, vice president, secre- C. W. LONG, owner of Western Auto Associate Store here, is
on had 15or Apalachicola points Second in the scoring was emblems to R. J. McCutcheon, Jr., :rals and Chemical Corp., inset, tary and treasurer; K. E. Fender- shown pointing to the window unlocked by two youthful
Score by quarters: J po ints. Second in with 12. High scor- wasstanding, iSt. Petersburg invest- was recognized for his five years son, vice president and general shw p to i tnto ance to his storc lasttw yo ht
St. Joe 23 18 19 22 ment banker; O. A. Brice, left, of service as a director of the util- counsel; W. C. 'Schoeppe, vice Tudy i
Apalachicola 2 9 11 18 (Continued on page 8) publisherr 'of the Lake Wales News; ity. president and comptroller. The "burglars" were 11 and 12 years old, (4. photo)


Two Win Jackpot In
Drive-In Hollywood


THEE STAR







' 'AGE TWO

Helen Durant and J. C.
Owings Exchange Vows
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Durant an-
nounse the marriage of their daugh-
ter, Willie Helen Durant to James
Clarence Owings.
The couple were married Sun-
day, January 22 at Lucedale, Miss.,
with the Rev. G. S. Jenkins of the
First. Baptist'Church, officiating.
Those attending the wedding
were Miss Alice Andrews and
George Machen, both of Port St.
Joe.
The couple will make their home
in Port St. Joe. Both are employees
of the St. Joe Paper Company.

First Baptist Circle 4
Meets With Mrs. Elliot
Circle 4 of the Woman's Mission-
ary Union of the First Baptist
Church met on Tuesday afternoon
at 3 p.m. Mrs. Perry Elliot was
hostess in her home at Oak Grove.
Mrs. A. V. Bateman presided ov-
er the meeting in the absence of
the circle chairman.
Mrs. Emory Stevens opened the
meeting by reading the devotional
taken from Mark 16:33 followed
with prayer.
Routine business was transacted
and reports given.


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SUNDAY, MONDAY


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TM STAR, qrrlilII~glllliCs PORT ST.:~i~ JGI,~~'~ 4ULP' OOJsh~ FLOID FNLWBiD


Marylin Stabe and
Philip Tomlinson
To Be Married Sun.
Mrs. Iva Mae Stabe of Apalachi-
cola announces the coming mar-
riage of her daughter, Marylin to
Mr. Philip Rene Tomlinson, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Rene Tomlin-
son of Port St. Joe.
Miss Stabe is a graduate of the
class of '55 of Chapman High
School where she was outstanding
in student activities and in reli-
gious work. Mr. Tomlinson is in the
United States Navy and is statoned
at 'San Diego, California.
The wedding will take place at
the First Baptist Church in Apala-
chicola on February 6 at 4:00 p.m.
in the afternoon.
No .invitations will be sent, but
all friends of the families are in-
vited.

The hostess served cake, sand-
wiches, coffee and cokes to the fol-
lowing members present: Mrs. A.
V. Bateman, Mrs. R. W. Render-
son, Mrs. Emory Stevens, Mrs,
I ohn Dawkins and Mrs. A. R. Tom-
linson.
The next meeting will be held in
the home of Mrs. R. W. Henderson,
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Mrs. Elizey Hostess
To First Baptist Circle
Cirole 2 of the First Baptist
Woman's Missionary Union met
Monday afternoon January 30.
Hostess was Mrs. Bob Ellzey of
Marvin Avenue.
Mrs. H. F. Ayerg- presented an
interesting program entitled "Mis-
sion and Duty". Mrs. J. D. Lane
gave the devotional taken from
Psalms 24:1-5. A short business
meeting was presided over by Mrs.
W. J. Daughtry, circle chairman.
After adjourning, refreshments
were served by Mrs. Elizey to the
following members present:, Mrs.
W. J. Daughtry, Mrs. J. D.. Lane,
Mrs. H. F. Ayers, Mrs. George Da-
vis, Mrs. Roy Crews, and Mrs. E.
H Van Landingham.
PRESBYTERIAN MEN'S CLUB
WILL HOVE SUPPER MEETING
The Presbyterian Men's Club will
meet Tuesday night at 7:30 for
their monthly supper meeting. A
good program is planned. New offi-
cers to be installed are: F. K.
Clark, president; Ted Beard, vice-
president; James Yadon, secretary
and Bill Rasmussen, treasurer.
In the near future a new men's
Bible class is contemplated to be
taught by H. A. Campbell.


Mr. and Mr. Ernest Lloyd of
Port *St. Joe announce the birth of
a daughter, Rebecca Ann on Jan--.
,uary 28 in the Municipal ;.. r .1
Weight 6 lbs., 4 os. Mrs. Loyd is
the former Geneva Ferris Hersey.
Mr. and Mrs, Paul Jones of Port
St. Joe announce the birth of a son,
.'. Lewis on January 28 in the
IMnici al HOsital Weight 7 b 1h


I VWARNER B iO& 1 1, L k. Plal 0 >
,'iV,"L *"* S 12 ozs. Mrs. Jones is the former
ae McBrayer.
IN MEMORIUM
In Sad bet moving memory of
EARL L. HOBAUGH
who .- away one year ago to-
HAWKILNS HA .Y' '*., .'.L. February 5, 1955.
PROBUCEoARD DIRtciEn vIWAtiWK< G 'God gave me strength to face it,
KESETE nBWARNER -.. And courage to bear the blow:
I'; I* '' l i"",i"!" i ut what it meant to lose you,
TUESDAY No one will ever know.
S _. i -ed foryou my dear one,
A .' And' .:: yoqi each day
-And it's hard to live without you,
'But I'll have to find a way.
il.&JK'I Missed,


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Wedrivsday Thursdiay


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CARD OF THANKS
wish to offer our heart-felt
for flowers and visits to our
while she was in the hospi-
JACK FOWLER
PHILIP LOVETT
PA'TY LOVTT


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to offer our apprecia-
tion for the kind deeds and actions
our many friends during the
of our father, Oscar Guy
S- last week.
Bil .ly A. Bowen and :


Hun'irn'lFishin' Bargains


'52 PONTIAC Catalina '52 FORD
Loaded, Clean Radio, Heater, Overdrive, New Paint

$795.00 5695.00

'52 CHEVROLET '52 CHEVROLET
4-Door, New Paint, As Is Club Coupe Cream Puff

$595.00 $695.00

1946 FORD "AS IS" 1948 MERCURY
2 Door 4Door, Runs Good
$99.00 SPECIALS! $125oo00

1949 FORD 1951 STUDEBAKER 1952 DODGE
Station Wagon 4-Door, Automatic Transmission 2-Ton Truck, 2-speed axle,
Mechanically Good New Paint 6 New Tires
$175.00 $295.00 $595.00

1946 PONTIAC 1947 NASH 1951 MERCURY
Torpedo 2-door Clein Club Coupe 4-Door, Radio, Heater, Overdrive
$145.00 $125.00 $295.00

$295.00 1947 FORD 1951 CHEVROLET
2-Door, New Paint 2-door As is Pick-up, New Paint, Good Shape
1 950 FORD $95.00' $345.00


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PHONE 7-2221


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Home On Leave
Philip Tomlinson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson of
Long Avenue arrived home Satur-
day from San Francisco, Calif. He
is with the Dental Department of
the U. S. Navy and will return to
San Francisco for further training
after his leave. He will be married


to Miss Marylin Stabe of Apalaohl-
cola, Sunday afternoon.
VISITS IN MOBILE
Mr. and Mrs. Rush Chism and
children, Ronnie and Delores, spent
the week-end in Mobile, Ala., the
guests of Mrs. Chism',s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hughes.


THURSDAY and FRIDAY

-. HIS BACK TO
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AND A GUNPACK
S: AT HIS HEELS!


PAY MILLAND


SATURDAY ONLY
-- FEATURE No. 1 -


-- FEATURE No. 2-


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ERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE 80-VAWLUS YOU'iL FINDO..


AT WEBB'S.. .STARTING FRIDAY, FEB. 3-11


* TERRY TOWEL
S Solid Colors, 20X40
Buy several

27c

SCRUB PAIL
Galvanized
(Foot Tub)*

77c

HANDKERCHIEFS
.i] 1. Imperfect
Men's and Ladies'

7c ea.


CHILD'S SHORTS
-For Spring Plisse Boxer
,Sizes 2-6


27c

MILK PITCHER
20 Oz. Size
Crystal Glass

17c

FRU- T FREA .
White Pottery
5" Size

7c

BED SHEET
Cellophane Wrapper
81 X 99










PORT ST. JOE


HEAD SCARF
.Challis Prints
Large size

37c

COMB SET, 12 Pc.
Several kinds
Less than 2c a comb

17c

Enamelware Assort.
Snow White
Choose item wanted

97c ea. pc.


LADIES' SLIP
Nylonized
White or Pink-

97c

CLOTHES PINS
Quality Wood
With Metal Spring

10 for 7c

CONGOLEUM MAT
19X36 Borderless.
Outstanding value

17c


TABLE CLOTH
.* ~2X56
Lace Design

37c

Ironing Board Cover
and Pad Set _
rn Polyethylene Bag
87c

WASH BASIN
,White Enamel
Large Size '

37c


POLO SHIRTS
For Spring Stripes
Sizes 4-8

27c


COFFEE CUP
Matching -Saucer
Sensational Value

7cea.pc.

Penworthy Filler
5. Hole Punched
95 Sheets *Ruled

17c

MIXING BOWL
Deep Shape
Green Glass

17c


CUB C.OUT MEETING
SET FOR NEXT THURSDAY
A Cub Soout meeting will be held
next Thursday, Feb. 9 at 7:80 at the
Presbyterian Church. All boys who
wish to be in a new den please be
present with their parents. The
boys are reminded to be in full
uniform for inspection.


Returns To F8U
Miss Mary Karris, daughter' of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harris of Ken-
ney's Mill, returned to her studies
at Florida IState University, Talla-
hasee .after spending several days
with her parents.
Advertising doesn't cost, it PAYS!


- COFFEE MUG
Ivory Glass
A Low Price

7c.

GIASS BOWL
Ivory 5" Size
A Rea' Value



PILLOW CASE
Hemstitched
42 X 36

27c ea.


CHILI BOWL
White Pottery
Has Many Uses

7c


FACE TOWEL
White Huck
First Quality

17c

DISH CLOTH
Slight Imperfects
A Good Buy

7c


SAVE DURING THE BIG 7 SALE AT



TV50 0 STORE

FLORIDA


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FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:00 P. M.


W&.aM CouaoL a with Chad es BICKORD Ro lh BLL. Y Rod STEIGER
#4P *AVw t ** ,4 9 1as t *
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
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Sr rco-starring
U. jT ,-' JAN STERLING
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THIS SALE IS DIFFERENT We are not over-
stocked nor unloading old merchandise.
Every item is new, bought especially for
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COUNTY COMMISSION

WXWAHITCHKA, FLA.
January 1,. 1986
The Board Of County Commissioners
of Qulf County, Florida, met this date
in special session. The following mem-
bers were present: E. C. Harden, Sr.,
Chairman, J. C. Price, Geo. W. Coop-
er, T. D. Whittled, and Parker G.
Hart. The Clerk, Sheriff, and Attor-
ney were present.
The meeting came to order at 7:00
o'clock, p.- in.
TheChairman announced that this
meeting is called for the purpose of
considering dividing voting precinct
No. 9; to hear recommendations from
the Gulf County Health Center Com-
mittee, and to attend to any other
business, that may come before the
Board.
After a .discussion with reference
to dividing Precinct No. 9 into two
precincts and other changes that are
necessary, Commn. Hort offered the
following resolution and moved for
its adoption, seconded by Commmis-
'sioner Whitfleld and 'upon vote was
unanimously adopted:
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the Supervison of Reg-
istration. of Gulf County, Florida,
has recommended that the Board of
County Commn issioners of Gulf Coun-
ty -create a new polling place and pre-'
cinct in* Gulf County, and that pre-


cinct 6 be enlarged to include those
residence in White City east of High-
way 71; and
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissionerers have investigated and
find that those residents in White City
residing on the east sde of High-
way 71 can vote more conveniently in
the White City precinct; and that
Precinct No. 9 creates a hardship on
the electors and poll holders as a
result of the large number om voters
therein and that the electors and the
entire county will be benefitted by
splitting Precinct No. 9 and creating
an additional precinct and polling
place therefrom,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED by the Board of County Com-
missioners of Gulf County, Florida,
that Precinct No. 9 encompassing that
area of Gulf County lying east of St.
Joseph's Bay, southeast of 5th Street
in the City of Port St. Joe, south of
Township Seven where line dividing
Township Seven south and 8 south to
Lake Wimico, thence through Lake
Wimico southeasterly to a point where
Jackson River intersects the Franklin
& Gulf County line, thence southerly
along the Franklin-Gulf County line
to St. Joseph's Bay, be, and the same
is hereby dissolved, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by
\the Board of County Commissioners
bf Gulf County, Florida, that the fol-
lowing- described area, be, and the
same is hereby designated as Precinct
Nio, 9, to-wit: Beginning at a point
where 16th Street of the City of Port
St. Joe intersects with St. Joseph's Bay
and runs northeasterly along 16th





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Street to Knowles Avenue in the city
of Port St Joe, thence run due east
from the intersection of 16th- Street to
Knowles Avenue in the City of Port
St. Joe to Lake Wimico, thence north-
erly along Lake Wimico to a point
where Searcy Creek Intersects with
township line dividing Township Sev-
en South and 8 South, thence run due
west along said township line o a
point where State Highway 71 inter-
sects said township line, thence south-
erly along the center line of State
Highway 71 and 5h Street in the City
of Port St. Joe to a point where the
same intcrsocts with St. Joseph's Bay
thence south along St. Joseph's Bay
where the same intersects 16th Stree in
Port St. Joe. Said area shall hereafter
be known as election Precinct No. 9
with a permanent polling place at the'
Port St. Joe Elementary School,
B EIT FURTHER RESOLVED by
the Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County that the following des-
cribed area be and the same is hereby
designated as Precinct 10: Beginning
at a point where 16th Street in the
City of Port St. Joe intersects with
St. Joseph's Bay and run northeaster-
ly along 16th Street to Knowles Aven-
ue, thence run due east from the in-
tersection of 16th Street and Knowles
Avenue to Lake Wimico, thence run-
southeasterly through Lake Wimico to
a point were Jackson River inter-
sects the Franldin-Gulf County line,
thience run southwesterly along the
Franklin-Gulf County line to Bay,
thence run westerly along the Bay to
St. Joseph's Point, thence northerly-
along St. Joseph's Bay to 16th Street


GOTIOB i- 17 v I thTt A L
to '. "-* four '' .

_ C'. .. .' ." name ..:
: :. "-L engage in bhens .
S business is to be armec on
C 0 OOmi, doing business as
|"'Rche's" or "Boche's Furniture and AP
oiance Store," sole owner, Port St Joe,
NOTICE
I will not be responsible for any
incurred against my ame
*; .iyone but myself from, th
'.orward.
JiRGN P, MORRISON

Sealer ,;i.,., "- '.' ; ; ,,.. received
'.7 ..O ': '..','hie Lstractioa of Gulf
-.* ,..'-, of the SagerintendenL
"-,_ ida up wo 1000 A.M.,
.*- .- -.: 7. :. 19B at
:.. __ .- .:** ; bh w h b pl o
: ::*: .. : .:. a ud for t he io ow


General Oonatruction
School 1h com-
S ;: a ,2-Olag room
.._: :, ,. ,..-: ,.'ie.- lets and
S :. .. Plumb-
.. Drainage
all materials
tor a compier' ,: .' job. Approxi-
mately 2,186 square feet, Located In
Port St. Florda.
PROPOSAL 2. Unit Gas Heaters
Washington ,'i School The heat-
ing of a room : which
will consist of gas fired : ,-
controlled as ::-
S. St Joe, Florida.
Plans, C-: Oontract Doen-
T 'e', ,' '' the "offi e of the
S- procured
S ... the, : ..
"",- _' P. OROSS
S .. .. Beach 'Drive
f'anama dity, Florida
upon a deposit of It .- (for Contract No.'
1 ; : ",-"": on Oont act No.
2-, '.- : '.:._ '-. which, payment will
be ':-:: '., bonafide bidder re-
all documents in :' :.ndition
l: ." ess than ,. :: ,' of the
::'- of bids. -,;;; '_' .f Oontractors
S:. '. ding will i.,':', with "deduc-
cost of reprdouction and delivery
: ., "on return of documents
:. additional sets of Plans
..- -nay be obtained upon
: which payment will
fund.
SDertified Check or Bid
:a. an 6% of the amount
.... must accompany each
Proposal.
Contractor's Bond, Performance, Labor
-_ Material Bond and Workman's Compen-
: insurance will be required of the
successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any or all
proposals, and waive technicalities.
No bidder ma ywithlidraw his bid for a
period of thirty (20) days after date set
for opening thereof.
THOMAS A. OWNS, Supt
The Board of Public Instruction
Gulf County
Wewahitchka, Florida 4t-1-12


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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Resolution of the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County, Florida,
uw-der date of January 12, 1956, election
precinct number 9, formerly known as
'South Port St. Joe", i hereby abolished
ai d two precincts have been created there-
from.
That area lying South of 5th Street in
the City of Port St. Joe and State High-
way 71 and North of 16th Street extended
to Lake Wimico and East of St. Joseph's
Bay to White City, is hereby designated as
election, precinct number 9 with a pre-
manent polling place at the Port St. Joe
Elementary School
That area of Gulf County lying East of
St. Joseph's Bay and South of 16th Street
in the City of Port St. Joe extended to
Lake Whnico is hereby designated as
election precinct number 10.
Precinct number 6 has been altered to
include al of Sections 1, 2, 11, 12, 18, 14
and 16 of Township 7 South, Range 10
West-and those sections are hereby deleted
from precinct number 8. The area above is
that part of White City East of State Road
71. All residents of White City are re-
quired to notify the Supervisor of Regis-
tration of their change in voting place and
they will hereafter vote in White City at
the established polling pace.
Those residents of the newly created.
precinct numbers 9 and 10 are required
to notify the Supervisor of Registration
of their place of residence and the proper
precinct in which they 'reside.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
By E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman
4t-1 -19


School Sewage

g Thursday Night


in the City of Port S. Joe. This area
shall hereafter be known and desig-
nated as Precinct No. 10 of Gulf Coun-
ty with a permanent polling place In
the Centennial Buiilding in the City
of Port St., Joe.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by
the Board of County Commissioners
that the following described area be
and the same is hereby declared to be
deleted and removed from election
Precinct No. 8 and added to and made
a part of Precinct No. 6:,Beginning at
a point where the south line of Section
15, Township 7 South, Range West in-
tersects with State Highway 71 and
run east along said Section line to the
southeast corner of Section, 13, thence
northerly along the east boundary of
Section 13 to the northeast corner of
Section '36, thence easterly along the
north boundary of Section 36 to state
Highway 71, thence southwesterly a-
long State.Highway 71 to a point where
said State Highway 71 intersects with
the south boundary' of Section 15, the.
described area known at "White City"
area shall heheafter be known and in-
cluded in election Precinct No. 6 and
those electors residing in the above-
described area -therewith shall change
their registration eto Precinct No. 6.
The following members of the Gulf
County Health Center Committee were
present: MIrs, Myrtle Childers, Chair-
man Tom Coldeway, and Mr. Dave
Gaskin. After a general discussion of
the proposed Health Centers, it was
decided that an architect be employed
at this time in order tha this project
he started without further .delay.
SWhereupon, there was a motion by


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Comm. Whitfield, seconded by Comm. No
Price and upon vote was unanimously
carried, that this- Board employ the PTA Dicusses High
services of Thomas H, Daniel as arch-
Itect for the Health Center projects I
in Gulf County, fees to be 6% of the
cost of the work as jar agreement be-
tween this Board and the architect
-the same being filed in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court.Associa-
After a discussion with reference to he Parent-Teachepr Associa-
the present Highway (U. S .98) be- tion of -the Port 6St. Joe High-
tween Port St. Joe and -Apalachicola,
Comm. Whitfleld offered the following School met in the auditorium,
resolution and moved for Its adoption, Thursday night at eight o'clock
seconded by Comm. Price and upon T a h a occ
vote was unanimously carried, to-wit: for the regular monthly business
WHERAS t L ate Road Depart- meeting. Harry McKnight, presi-
ment of Florida has let contract to dent, opened the meeting with
construct a short-cut road between
Port St. Joe and .,:.:-: .:":: : be prayer. Reports were given by
known as alternate 2. .-: 98, Mrs.. Herman Dean, secretary and
and
WHEREAS, it has come to the at- treasurer.
tention of the Board-of County Comn- Mr I .-.. .poke briefly o
missioners that original U. S. High- briefly on
way 98 w. :. :, the short-cut the .sewage problem of the Port
is under I' "'' "- 's State
Road .Department for : in the St. Joe High School and explained
R:i :. Roads of Gulf County, Flo- the committee's letter to the pub-
NOW; THEREFORE, BE IT RE- lie. Tom "'. .." school superin-
SOLVED by the Board
Commissioners of Gulf :-'. tendent, gave a report of his meet-
the State Road Departmer. ing -with Mayor ISharit and stated
be, ana it o "4-zquested, to re- ,
tain U. S -- : the Primary to0 the association that the line
R o a d :. e a d j ts h
Thoei, .- no further business to "A be laid "ust as soon as the
come before the Board it did then ad pipe is received from the firm."
ATTEST: =: stated that $60.00 was paid
GEORGE Y CORE Rout by the county school board
CHAIRMAN each time the septic tank was
pumped.
SON BORN Miss Margaret Key, Stac House
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alton G-'.i. 7:"' ::, gave a report on the ac-
ford of Topeka, Kansas, are .'- .. -' .if the club and stated that
nouncing .the birth of a son, Carl a Fund Raising 'Campaign had been
Jr., on January 27. The '' -: by the students to raise
man 'weighed 6 'Iba, 5 oss. money for the building of a i,.: ,i
maternal grandparents are center for\ Port 1St. Joe. Herman
Mr. and' Mrs. Henry Campbell of
Port St. :.. an d paternal rand- Highland View Baptist
aren s are r. aa M s, ames' Increasing In Attendance
ocf- Oversreet

VISITS IN ALTHA The- Highland View Baptist re-
t. hat have had a con-
Mr. and Mrs. .Roberta and sistent .... .-, n School
daughter Linda, spent n attendance for the past 'several
... with Mr.' Roberts' parents, weeks, and lait ,- .).-,- was the
kr. and M Ben brs -' this year. The goal for
.. year is A00- average attend-
LEGAL AD'dE-RrISING ance
NOTICB At the Youth'Program on Satur-
Notice is hereby given that the under- night, 0P-. 11 'Dr. H. B Can-
signed will apply to the Board : -- .
Commissioners at its regular r" of Wewahitchka will be the
be held on : ", 1956,
option of a .: .... .:.''. .: ::d di guest speaker, and will show one
renting the exchange :' des- of 'the color movies 'he made while
in Bloc' ,- -i :ll : a missionary in Africa. This serv-
per plat on file in the effic 3' -a d--. 7, n he public
of tie circuit Court of Gulf : Flo- ic will be at 7., and the puic
rida, in return lor Lots 9 : Block lnvite d .
12, Beacon. H il :..- ,:.. as per plat
on file in the :. :: : Clerk of the -
Circuit Court of Gulf?.. ', Florida, said
exchanges to be made further con-
sideration. TA
This the 20th day of January, 1966. I T
G. V. Woodward. N IIill
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Dean,' Band Director, presented his
cadet .band in several well rend-
ered numbers.
Coffee and cookies was served :-
in the school lunchroom at the
conclusion of the meeting with-
members of the Tri-Hi-Y Club -act-.
ing as hostesses.


G. R. Linton Scheduled
To Finish Navy School

GREAT LAKES, Ill. Gona R.'
Linton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samr-
Linton of Port !St. Joe, Fla., 1-x
scheduled 'to graduate from ri.',TiUi
training January 28 at the N q3a,
Training Center, 'Great Lakes, Ill.
The nine weeks of "Boot ",,'.i: "
includes 'drill and instruction in
seamanship, gunnery, life saving
sea survival, boat handling, and-
the use of small arms.
Following two weeks leave, grad-
uates will be assigned to hipboard
duties or -service schools I.,d-
ing on. the qualifications each has
demonstrated.

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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
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Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
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THE RIGHT TO KNOW
Florida's "the people's-right-to-know-law"
has gone into effect.
How good application of the law is will be
clear as the year progresses.
At present it represents the effort of the,
Florida Bar Association, hte Florida Associated
Dailies and other American-minded groups to
strip some of the secrecy away from state agen-
cies, boards and commissions.
It proposes to give the people access to the
rules and regulations adopted by the specified
boards.
The general intent of the law is to require
every rule or regulation adopted by any state
department, board or commission after : I :..


1, 1956, and affecting the rights of the public,
be filed with the .Secretary of State's office be-
fore it can become effective.
Any rule or regulation adopted before Jan-
uary 1, 1956 shall not be in effect until it has
been filed with the Secretary of State.
Only those rules and regulations affecting
the rights of the public are covered by the
new law.
This statute is not .just another law. It
results from a growing attitude of personal pow-
er among officeholders, bureaucrats and clerks
from Washington down to the country con-
stable's roll-top desk.
Once in office some officials forget that
they are the people's servants. They become
infected with a paternalism-complex. From
their own self-created bureaucratic Olympus
they decide what they will or will not permit
the people to know about their business.
The people can begin to fear for the cqn-
tinuance of the democratic processes when pub-
lic agents arrogate to themselves the right to
mask their activities behind a wall of secrecy."
Citizens of a self-governing society must
have the right, not. an official gratuity, to ex-
amine and i'- : --' ". the conduct of its affairs,
only to those i:.-.-"';-_.. ,imposed by the
most urgent public i. .
The new state law is a step toward estab-
lishing and enforcing that right.
The legislature, should round out the law's
scope by making it -. ';.-:..1.- to all strata of
government in the state municipal and what-
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LETTERS TO
THE EDITOR

Editor The Star,
Port St. Joe, .Florida.
Dear Sir:
An incident happened to me last
week that has changed my line of
thought about -our police depart-
ment. I had not needed them be-
fore, and maybe a lot more people
whom I have heard criticizing them
'will have a 'different feeling after
hearing of my experience.
Before leaving my store each
day I always check the back door
and window latches and had never
found, them tampered with until
last Thursday. I noticed the latch
on the rest room window was open,
and I knew right then that some-
ope had set the stage to 'break in
that night, so I showed it to Jeff
'and Mrs. IVaddox, and then I called
in the police department and told
them I needed their help. Police-
man Kelley and Jeff and me set
a stage also for act 2 of the' show,
and before too long two juveniles
came down the alley and stopped
at the back window to see if the
latch'was still open, and on finding
it just as. they left it, '. started
their act, but was flushed twice
by car lights shining down the
alley. Kelly was standing by 'or'
was -J D: the block, I was park-
ed in my truck and Jeff behind a
telephone pole, both of us watch-
ing the -show, then ,i struck,
and the boys confessed the whole
plot.
I have come to the conclusion
that if the :-.), i department had
a. little cooperation from people
who see something suspicious, in-
stead of criticism for not 'being
able to be everywhere at the same
time and see t.,. ,-.,,,: they
could accomplish 'much more. I
sure found them ready and will -
ing to help me, and of course now
I can see -that they most likely
would not have caught these burg
lars had they not have had a httle
cooperation from me.
Yours truly,
C. W. Long
Dear Editor.
I want to commend the: :'.- -
Department of Gulf County for the
help they render in funeral pro-
cessions. It was my duty to lead
a procession last Sunday that in-
volved about 35 miles pf travel,
and Sheriff. Parker xery graciously
went ahead of us in the official
car. Also, the Police Department
of Wewahitchka met us at the city
limits and conducted the process-
ion through the corporate limits
of that city.-
I am sure that other ministers
and funeral directors will agree
that this cooperation on the part of
law enforcement .agencies is very
helpful and much appreciated.
Yours very truly,
Lowell Adams
HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
WEEKLY CHURCH CALENDAR
Sunday: 10:00, Church school'
.for all ages. 11:00 Communion'
meditation. Holy Communion. 6:300
Methodist Youth Fellowship. 7:30
Evening worship. 8:30 official,
board meeting.
Monday: 7:30 Woman's Society
of Christian 'Service,
SWednesday, 7:'30 Bible study and
prayer service.
Friday: 7:30, Choir practice.
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How many ties did you get for-
Christmas? For once I didn't
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used a couple this year, too. In.
stead I got three wool mufflers.
Never wear a muffler.
Some people are determined to
do .. .. '-,. -about .
Gift Problem- 1 ..,--'a
"White Elephant Satur-
day at the Hall.
S- r- the chair-
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rather give than receive," he
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c il fie S holders are inaig ieorts when Therefore If you have a. oblem
SOCla Security Office Gives Story On du,e, and reporting names and so- regarding the amount of taxes to
S ec r* y 1 cial security nuibers correctly, be reported, the form to use,or
Deducting From Domestic's Salary This .condition has improved over such similar problems, you should
the years as the domestic workers write or call the Director of In-
are beginning to realize what val- ternal Revenue in, Jacksonville,
"Social Security reports on do- social security. All domestics who unable protection social security of- Florida.
mestic workers for the calendar are paid $50 in cash wages in a fers. However, all. household em- Any questions about rights and
quarter October through Decem- calendar quarter for work in thd players houl'd be reporting all benefits under the iSocial Security
ber were due before January 31, same household are covered re- domestic. workers who are paid social security office at 52,2 Mer-
.from housewives, John V. Carey, gardless of the number of days $50 or *more in cash wages in a cer Avenue, Panama City, Florida.
District Manager of the Panama work calendar quarter" -----
City social 'security office announc- Carey said, "We want to im-' Every effort is made by the So- BAKE SALE"
ed today. prove the way local housewives records for workers, since bene- A Bake al'e will be held Bat-
Under present law, domestic are complying with the law which fits paid are figured' on the earn-.urday beginning at 10 a.m. in front
employees, such as maids, house-, provides old-age and survivors in- iigs credited to the individual. ac- of the Campbell's Drug Store. The
keepers, chauffeurs, nursemaids, surance protection for their house- counts. However, the Social Se- sale is being sponsored by the Stac
_- rr'- cooks, and persons in hold employees. Investigations dis- ., Administration takes no .House Committee for the building
like occupations are covered under .close that a large percent of house- part in the collection of taxes, fund of a recreation center.





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NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS


Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar
of Tyndall Field'was the week end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris
and Mr. and Mr&. W. B. Dykes.
Mr. and 'Mrs. H. D. Levins and
daughter, Regennia spent the week
end in Bonifay visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Crutchfield.
Mr. and Mrs. James Young of
Tyndall -Field was the week end
guest of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ard spent
the week end in DeFuniak Springs
visiting with- friends and relatives.
Miss Carolyn Hanlon was the
week .end guest of Miks Alimae
Camp-bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
daughter LalDonnie Fay spent the
-week-end in Bonifay visiting with


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Phone BAI- 7-9291


223 Monument Ave.


Port St. Joe, Fla.


the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Azalea Circle Will Meet
,Sollie Sapp. With Mrs. J. R. Smith
Bonifay Monday on business.
Lloyd Deese, son of Mr. and The February meeting of the
Mrs. Edgar Deese of Panama City Azalea Circle of the Garden Club
spent the week visiting with his will take place at the home of
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. John Robert .Smith on Thurs.,
Deese. Feb. 9, at 3:30 p.m.
Mrs. Young and children spent Mrs. Carl Armstrong will con-'
Sunday in Panama City visiting duct an interesting program on
with friends and relatives. flower -arrangement. .
r. and Mrs. iSanford Goodman of Anyone interested in joining the ,
Bonifay is spending several weeks garden club is cordially invited
visiting with the latter's mother, to attend this meeting.
Mrs. Mary Levins.
Bill Bennett, a student at FSUT
in Tallahassee spent several days Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coleman
visiting with.his wife and children. and son, Harold, and Mrs. Junior
Mrs. Wallace Hall and daughter Jcffcoat spent the week end in!
Cindy, of Mariana was the Sun- Donaldsonville, Ga., and Alabama,
day guest .of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve- visiting with friends and relatives.'
land Halol. Mr. and Mrs. W. IS. Love and
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd -Riley, Mrs. daughter Gypsie, spent the week
Joel Lovett, Mrs. Nelson Gardner, end in Wildwood, Fla., visiting
and Mrs. Wade Neel motored to with Mrs. Love's sister, Mrs. W.,
Pensacola Tuesday to see Mrs. C. Hill and family.
Brooks who is a patient in the
hospital there.


Mirses Melba and Betty -
and Dean Glass attended the Wes-
leyan Methodist 5th meeting er-
vice in Apalachicola Sunday.
'Rev. 'Gillis Crenshaw, Jr., stu-
-dent at .State Teachers Colage,
Troy, Alabama, was the week end
guest of Rev. : Newsome
and preached at the .- wor
ship service of the Highland View


MMsMUT-s issMsMsAsMaasIsgMM


TATE SENATOR John Rawls
spoke before the local Kiwani
attacked Governor Leroy Col


ment in his speech.


Methodist Church.,
iGlenn -? student at Chipola
Si -. .' : -* spent
the -week end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Garrett.
"Lewis" ~ --'-", Marjorie Rogers,
Patty Redd, and Rev. Douglas
Newasome attended the Birming-
ham-Southern Campaign Rally at
the First Methodist Church in Chip-
ley, on Tuesday night of this week.

STAC House Committee
Starts Fund Raising Program

,Saturday the IStac House com-
...-. of the Port iSt. Joe High
'School started a fund raising cam-
: -to "Build A Youth Recrea-
tion Center."- They adopted for
their motto, "The Youth of 'St. Joe
' ,e- -a Recreation Center."
In order to raise monies, the
committee together with the stud-
ent council of the Port St. Joe High
:1 .' voted to wash cars, hold
-. sales and sell stickers for
cars.
The sale-of stickers will ge into
effect Saturday morning at 10:00
a.m. Students will be selling them
on the street. Miss Margaret Key,
..:. House director, reported Mon-


from Marianna is shown as he
.s club two weeks ago. Rawls
llins as hindering reapportion-


( photo)


day that proceeds netted from Sat-
urday's bake sale amounted to
$13.45. Each Saturday the students
will work for this fund.
Anyone wishing to contribute to
the fund can contact Miss Key or
any student *of the Port 'St. Joe
High School. All contributions will
be announced.

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Phones BAll 7-3961 or 7-7181


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Avenue Baptis Chucrh

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP --------1:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ---. 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP --------- 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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West Florida Postmasters
To Meet In Monticello NEWS FROM

West Florida Postmasters Asso- Highland View
clation will hold a meeting at By MARTHA RAY
:4 p.m. (EST), Saturday, Feb. 11,
at the Wonman's Club in Monticello L. Sellers of Vern-
Dinner wil be .served at 6:30 uday with his of Veusin and family,
p.m., 'according to plans made by urday wth Mrs ousinL. aKelld family,
:Postmaster Tom Braswell of Mon- Mr. and Mrs. L H Kely
ticello, who is host for the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jerd Barfield of
Officers of the association are Cottondale, visited their daughter,
Officers of the association are Mrs. Rv G. Butts and family and
Postmaster Bernard O'Brien of Mrs.,R Butts and family and
Panama City, president; Postmast- their son, A Barfield and fa
er Drew Padgett of Ponce de Leon, ily Friday.
e president, and Postmaster ,Carlos Peterson of 'Panama City
vice president; and Postmaster Sunday with his cousin, C.
Dan Fager of 'Shalimar, secretary- sent Sunday with his cousin,
treasurer.. C Peterson -
aMr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts and
Invitations have .een mailed to family spent Sunday at the beach
various Post Office Department of- with their daughter and family,
ficials as well as state officers of Mr and Mrs. Warren Yeager.
the Florida 'Chapter of National Mr. and Mrs. John ..- are
Association of Postmasters, visiting with her mother, Mrs J.
Postmaster -Chauncey -Costin will We Wooten of DedFniak Springs.
attend the meeting. W Sr
____d__ _____. Miss Barbara Gay of Wewahitch-
HOME FOR HOLIDAYS ..-. and MissT 7T- .Butts spent
Ronnie Chism, son of Mr. and Sunday with Miss Margie :
Mrs. Rush Chism is -.-. -: .;the i Mr. and Mrs, Ro G. Butt-s and
betweea-semester -holidays -with :: returned home from Mara-
is parents. thon, which have been visiting
S:' four weeks.
VISITING HERE Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barfield and,
Bill Ayers, of the University of children returned home from Mara-
Florida, is spending a few daye '- Mr A J ..-, -
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs" return to Marathon Sunday,
Henry Ayers on 'Bay View Drive. Mrso A. J. Barfield and children
-___ will remain at home.
For a "Crick" in your neck-See Mr. aid Mrs. Donald :-. of
Chiropractor. (adv) 7 ..: a visited Mr. and Mrs. H.
-------- A. Butts and family -;-o
Advertising doesn't cost-rt PAYS H. A. Butts returned from Mara-
thon Mond'ay to spend a few days
with his family.


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WAYNE TAYLOR pokes one at the basket against Wewahitch-
ka last week with Robert Nedley standing by for the rebound.
Wewahitchka players smother around Taylor to prevent his
scoring but he put it in the hcop for two points. ( photo)


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9halt Talks About City the City of Port St. Joe. The var- Local guests of the club were
in I members of the city service Mayor Sharit, Gordon Hallmark, CLASSIFIED ADVE TISING
Iusinwiss _T0 Rotary Club1 .departments were in attendance and Clifford Tharpe.

ar .J.L. Shart was guestand introduced as guests by Shar- tar Ads Bring Quick results
speaker at the 'Rotary Club Lunch- it. They included I1. W. Griffin, Heading Overseas StarClassified Ads Bring QuickResults
Kon held Thursday, January 26 in Chief of Police; Miss Dotty Thom- Sgt. Robert A. Kennedy of Port
the club dining room.of Motel St. as, Hospital ;Superintendent and St. Joe left Tyndall Field for Call- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
Joec. R. W. Henderson, City Auditor and fornia enroute to Okinawa. Mrs. house at Beacon Hill. See Silas FOR RENT: Apartments, furnished
Clerk. Kennedy, the former Ruby Lee R. Stone, and unfurnished. 522 3rd St.
Mr. Sharit gave an Interesting Out of. town Rotarians were Farmer, will remain with her mo- Phone 7-9411. t-12-8
and informative talk reviewing Merritt Pope of Panama City and their for a while .and then join her FOR RENT: Furnished bedrooms
riou rand apartments. David's Mote, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
various problems and projects of E. A. Bandjough of Wewahitchka. husband in Okinawa. 202 Monument Ave, Phne 9-.916., rarn, Cafll-881 7 2 23-7th


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l-- land VI'e- across frbm 'Gore -apt
F6(R RENT: Small furnished house 'ee Royce Cozrbott, $a9000. 4tl-2
at 11 Woodward Avenue Phone
"-~726. tf~-112 FOR SALE: Three bSdTom'hiouse
FOR RENT: 3-room '- .a w!th ~~- o square fo0t living area
Fr N rmr" ; :a, porch and outbuilding.
furnished apartment. P .vo w!-i_"., 111 11;it. by 175 ft. and Is well
trance. Available lmmedla,,.'. r,lr. ija,,i: d Will sell for only $11
C. A. McGowin, Phone _. : .2to
LOST: 2 year old liver and white FRANK HANNON
male pointer. Has white blaze on Registered Real Estate Broker
face. Has name tag reading Ray Phone 7.8491 211 Reid Ave.
0. Deal, Fort Walton, Fla. Notify port'St. Joe, Fla.
chief of police here. $25 reward 4t
FOR SALE: 1954 Pontiac Starchief
Catalina. Radio, heater, power
brakes. Phone 7-4696.
FOR SALE: 1955 Belair Chevrolet
with overdrive. $1950. Excellent
Good ires. Call BAl'

FOR SALE: Equity in 19,5, Mag-
nolia 33-ft 1 bedroom trailer.
Can be seen at Mrs. Paul Farmer.
Grove. ltp
FOR SALE: Modern house,. 35 acres
all or part, 6 miles south of Wa&
wahitchka on Highway 381.. C.
White o n premises. 2tp


Slots, $200 each 7.. :- offered.
SRoy E. Cox on the homestead.
D ,I.' Set of keqs in telephone
at T,-.:.. _, office. Own
er can claim them at the Stai by
paying for this ad.
SPEOGAL SERVICES
FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING,
.-. 7776. Outboard motors re

Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
A REAL BARGAIN in a good used
piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
Your credit is good.
RADE US tchat useless article for
something useful. STOP and
B I WAP.
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
SrOUTBOARD MOTORSd rMpairtd.
Jake Gavin, 7th St, F. Vw.
,* -*- 61 .,' ,i tfL
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAil 7-7741- 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
F I '. ,%,TON SERVICE. Li-
censed electrical contractor. All
i electric and refrigeration
I 'uive and installation. Phone

F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
,, eead in your home. STOP and
.. SHOP.
Ing money see us for anything
WILLIS* V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first and third Monday nights
800 b.mo, American Legion Home.
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 ~- Regular
--1.... 2nd and 4th Fridays of
be each month, 8:00 p.m. Members
urged to attend; visiting brothers
welcome. J B. Griffith W. M.; F.
W. Chandler, secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. O.
O. F.=Meets first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
a members urged to attend; visiting
rethren invited. H. H. Shirley, N.

R. A. M,-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing companions welcome, F. 0.
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Maige,
secretary.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE P
Meetings at Moose
Meeting night ev-
Hall, 310 Fourth St.
ery other Monday
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICOE is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 20953, Laws of
Fiorida, Acts of 1941, the under-
signed person intends to register
Sixth the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks
after the first publication of this
notice the fictitious name or trade
name under which he will engage
in business and in which said busi-
nessness is to be carried on to-wit:
ROY E. COX, doing business as
"Famous Products", Box 471, Port
St. Joe. Fla.

D. S. GOODMAN
Painting and. Decorating
Sheet Rock Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
203 Duval 'St. Port St. Joe




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dispensed.
But you can feel great assurance by
knowing-that when you pay for their
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from the knowledge, study and expert
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We take pride in our prescription serV-
Ice and are happy to help you back
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Sharks To Tangle
(Continued from paga i)
ing players for the losers were Jes_
se 'Smith and Jerry Crum with 15
and 14 points.
Friday night -the Sharks journey
'to Chipley to meet the Tigers and
Saturday the Sharks will get a
chance 'to avenge their only loss of
the season' when they meet the
Wewahitchka Gators on the home
court.

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Two Puaniam City Attorneys Announce

Plans To Seek 25th District Senator Seat


Panama City attorney, J. R.
(Jim) Hansford last week an-
nounced his candidacy for State
Senate for the 25th Senatorial
District, comprising Bay, Gulf,
Calhoun, and Washington coun-
ties.
In announcing, Hansford said,
"I believe that I can serve fairly
and impartially the people of the
25th Senatorial District and each
area thereof. Our District has
needs which must be met square-
ly and resolutely, and, if elected,
it would be my purpose to work
closely with the people of each
area and their 'elected officials
in an earnest effort to accom-
plish these needs and to assist
in the further grov h and develop-
ment of our District."
Hansford, 45, was born on a
farm near Omega, Ga., and re-
ceived his early education in Flor-
ida schools. Graduating from Flor-
ida Military Academy with honors,
he served as Captain of the Aca-
demy's football team in his sen-
ior year. Hansford furthered his
education at John B. Stetson Uni-
versity, winning letters in two maj-
or sports. He is a life member of
Stetson University's "S" Club.
After serving in the -Army (69th
Infantry Division),. three years
overseas, Hansford re-entered col-
lege and received his law degree
from Stetson T'., ,r: *., Law Col-
lege. Following graduation, he ac-
cepted the position as 'attorney
advisor in the iJ ,:,,V.' .r of Jus-
-tice, Washington, D. C., for two
years. He then resigned his pos-
'ition and returned to Florida and
served in the 1953 session of the
legislature as legal assistant to the


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VT,


President of the Senate and legal
advisor to the Senate Body,
At the conclusion of the 1953
session, Hansford came to Panama
City and entered into the gener-
al practice of law and served as
deputy commissioner under the
workmen's compensation division,
Florida Industrial Commission.
Hansford is. a member of the
First Baptist Church, Elks, im-
mediate past captain of the Pana-
ma City Quarterback Club, Amer-
ican Legion, member of the legis-
lative committee of the Florida
Bar, and the St. Andrew Bay Rod
and Gun Club.
Hansford is married and the
father of three daughters. T.he
family resides at 1008 Harrison
Avenue.
Hansford listed nine principal
planks as ,the basis of his plat-
form, He-
1. Opposes de-segregation in
any form.
2. Favors preservation of our
natural resources -on farm, in
forest, 'and in streams.
3. Seeks re-activation of the
Wainright Shipyard.
5o Opposes increase in taxes in


PIANO TUNING
and
REPAIRS


"any shape or form."
6. Favors completion /of new
Hathaway Bridge, widening Tyn-
dall Field Bridge.
7. Favors reapportionment on
basis of one senator from each


county and represehtatives as pop,
ulation warrants.
8. Would increase Homestead ex-
emption from $5,000 to $10,000.
9. Pledges to serve the best in-
terest of the 25th Senatorial Dis-


tlict.
-X-
The college fraternity system was
inaugurated in the Apollo Room of
the Raleigh Tavern in Williams-
burg, Va., when John Heath, Rich-


ard Booker, Thomas Smith, Aim-
sead. Smlth and John Jones of- the
College of William and Mary on
the night' of December 5, 1776,
formed the first Greek-letter saie-
ty, Phi Beta Kappa.


JUNE IN JANUARY JUBILEE


PHONE BAll 7-4691


Chas. A. Scurlock
509 10th STREET


as seen in SEVENTEEN
and on 'THE BiG PAYOFF' CBS-TV
CAROUSEL .
a scoop on romance

This little scoop just won't stay at home-you' .i.k too
wonderful in it! The things it does for your figure, by means
of a tucked midriff, a dancing skirt. Rhinestone buttons spar-
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