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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JOB
A Progreelve

Modern, Progresslve
Weekly Newspaper


THE STAR


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


THE STAR
Published In Port t. Jog 4
But Devoted To the Cen.
tinued Development of
r Gulf Oounty


A WELL GUARDED Wilford Elliott lets one go from. the
background in last weeks game. Guard Terry Hinote (No.
12) stands by for the rebound. (' photo)


'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 195o


Sharks Lose To

A Tall, Rough

Chattahoochee. 5


Six Players Foul Out.

in Rough Game

Chattahoochee turned on its
scoring power in Chattahoochee
Saturday night te defeat the top
seeded' Port St. Joe Sharks 71-44 to
win the Class B, Group 2 tourna-
ment title.
Chattahoochee took a slight lead
in the first quarter and was out
ir front 31-22, at the end. of the


Annual Kiwanis

Minstrel Is Set

For Next Friday

The annual Kiwanis Minstrel has
been scheduled for next Friday,
March 9, according to John Robert
Smith, president of the club.
The minstrel, presented annually
provides funds for the many Kiwan-
is charity activities.
According to Smith, the Minstrel
we'll again be held in -the Port Thea-
tre auditorium and will begin at
8:00 p.m. A concert by the high
school band will begin at 7:00 and
continue up until the opening cur-
tain of the- minstrel.


first half. A rally in the third put Garland Lawrence will take over
the Jackets into a comfortable lead. the duties as Interlocutor this
The game was, a rough affair year with end men to be Bob King,
played before a packed house. St.. J. T. Simpson, Frank Smith, Carl
Joe's Wayne Taylor fouled out in Zimmerman; Gannon Buzzett and
the third period as did' Buddy Charles Wall.
Brown and George ,Gibson for Chat- The Dickey Boys will provide
tahoochee. Wilford' Elliott, the specialty numbers between the acts
Sharks' leading scorer went out 'with other specialties to be the
.early in the fourth and Chattahoo- Harmony Quartet, an accordion
chee had a third man, Joe Chap- solo and a tap dance by Elizabeth
man, ejected 'from the game. Ann Brown. Rev. Douglas New-
Wilford Elliott led Port St. Joe some is pianist for the program.
scoring with 13 points. Ray Oliver Admission will be $1.00 ,per per-
wos second with 10. Another St. son.


Joe long-scoring ace, Walter Wilder
was kept under guard at all times.
Hinote and Taylor came up with
two and six points respectively.
Port St. Joe Pos. C'hoochee
Taylor, 6 F Gibson, 22
Oliver, 10 F Chapman, 5
Elliott, 13 C Brown, 8
Wilder, 7 G. Stephens 13
Hinote, 2 G W. Helms, 11
Substitutes: For Port ,St. Joe,
Shuford 4, Fletcher 2, Davis 0, Ray
0, Smith 0 and Young 0. For Chat-
.tahoochee: Smith 2, Taylor 8, Fer-
rell 0, B. Helms 2, Hewitt 0, Ru-n-
kle 0, Jaifies.0.


Score by quarters
Port St., Joe
Chattahoochee


RUMiMAGE SALE SET
FOR NEXT SATURDAY
It was announced this week that
the Hospital Auxiliary will begin
its rummage -sales again next Sat-
urday, March 10 in the building
next to Scheffer's Grocery on Reid
Avenue.

MEETING SET TO ORGANIZE
LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL
There will be a meeting of all
persons interested in Little League
Baseball _re urged 'to meet at the
Grammar School Monday, March


s: 5 at 7:30 p.m. ..
9 13 12 10 Anyone who is interested in he
13 18 21 19 movement are urged to attend.


Gulf Couii-y Gdes Over The Top in

March of Dimes Drive For Funds

Otis Pyle,'chairman of the Gulf the second straight year.
County Marchl of Dimes Campaign Pyle reports that $2,642.70 was
reported this week. that all funds collected toward a $12,500.00 goal.
had been turned in to local head- "Things looked bad there for a
quarters and reports that Gulf while but the good people of Gulf
County has gone over the goal for County;, through splendid coopera-
ti.n put this thing across in the
ragat way -I-, IAyutrr 'ie nar.-


SHARK FORWARD Ray Oliver puts two points through the
nets despite interference from Chattahoochee Guard Wayne
Helms in last week's Championship game. (. photo)


Chalk-Talk Evangelist

At Highland View

Dr. Peter Ruckmnin, chalk-board
evangelist, who is well known to
TV audiences of this area, will be
a' the Highland View 'Baptist
Church, Port St. Joe, on Saturday
night, March 10, at 8:00 p.m. (EST)
Dr. Ruckman will be the featur-
ed guest on this program which is
the regular monthly Youth Service
of the church. In addition to Dr.
Ruckman's message there will be
special music arid a Bible quiz. The
public is cordially invited to attend.

Guests From Virginia
B. V. Van Horn of Richmond,
Va., who has been the guest of his
-niece and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Munn, left Friday for his
1nome.

Send The Stai to a friena.


Kitchens Goes Free

In Lottery Charge

The case against Sandy Kitch-
ens, Port St. Joe Negro; was blown
sky-high, the bombshell taking the
form of a technicality, when it
was determined that the receipt
for all- the "evidence" that was
coralled in the case was signed,
not in the area authorized in the
search warrant, but in a-building
not searchable under the terms
of the search warrant, namely
Kitchen's dwelling place.
Kitchens was being tried for
conducting a lottery.
According to testimony given
at the trial, all of the records,
papers, gambling paraphernalia,
and money was itemized and ac-
counted for in the Kitchen's home,
and a receipt for it as written
there and given to Kitchens at
the same spot.
The Court ruled out all the evi-


Jesse Stone Opens Store dence which contained the name
or referred to "dwelling place."
For -Men On Reid Ave. This action, in effect, knocked
out the use of everything except
Jesse V. Stone is opening a new some tickets found in Kitchens'
bar room and not receipted for
store in Port St. Joe tomorrow on a r n n .
Reid Avenue next to the A & P. in Kitchens' home.
The store will cater to men and According to testimony, some
an advertisement on page three of of the tickets which were permiss-
this issue carries a list of the many able as evidence, were found above
famous names to be carried by the a door- in a room over which
new .business. Kitchens had control. According to
Stone is a native of Port St. Joe reports, the number of tickets
and returns here after some eight amounted to a double handful.
years of managing the men's de-
partment of the Davison's store in Patient In Hospital
Columbus, Ga. Little Margaret Fendley, daugh-
SFree door prizes and refresh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Pope Fendley
ments are being offered in the op- who has been a patient in the Mu-
eiing day celebration. nicipal Hospital was released Wed-
nesday to her home.
GUEST MINISTER SLATED -K
FOR HIGHLAND VIEW CHURCH Released From Hospital
Glenn Grimsley who has been.
Evangelist Bill Britton of Pana- confined to Municipal' Hospital in
ma City will be the guest preacher this city was permitted to return
for toth services at the Highland to his home in Perry, Florida, Sun-
View Methodist Church on Sunday, day.


As late as one week before 'the
end of the drive it appeared that
the goal would not be met but last
minute contributions put the drive
over the goal.
'The heaviest contributor to the
fumd was the Mother's March which
brought in a total of $77'5.03 for
nearly a third of the total amount
of 'funds raised. The Mother's
March was held on the last day
of 'the campaign and proved -to be
the shot in the arm that it needed.
Chairman Pyle wished to express
his thanks to all his workers, both
known and unknown for their un
tiring efforts to put the drive across
for another year.

Mayor Sharit Urges A
Slow. Down In Traffic

May I beg ydu 'to stop speeding
on your streets. 20 miles per-hour
in the business area will get you
-where you want to go real soon
and safe. 30 miles per hour in oth-
er areas except congested areas of
churches and schools or any other
concentrate areas visible to you.
should render safe-driving for you
and others.
Please remember the pedestrians
are .your friends and citizens and
have the same rights or more so
than you, respect that right. Real-
ly we do injury to ourselves with
speed.
Do not get angry with your po-
liceman if you are a violator obf
these speed restrictions. Surely
this is for your protection, your
loved ones, friends and neighbors,
and our children and all citizens.
Try it for all next week, you will
feel better and so will your neigh-
bors and friends, and then continue
this self-preservation move.
Respectfully,
J. L. SHARIT, Mayor

Patient In Hospital
Tom Thompson, who has been a
patient in the Municipal Hospital
was released to his home Wednes-
day.


Single Copy 8o


NUMBER 27


ou ty. Commission Votes'




pprova of Rivelr u redg i ng


Hig School Band

Concert Will Be

Given Tomorrow

The Port St. J6e High School'
Band and the 'Cadet Band will pre-
sent iTs first mid-winter concert,
under the direction of Bandmaster
Herman Dean, in the 'Port St. Joe
High School -Gymnasium at 8:00
p.m., Friday night. A well rounded
program to appeal to all concert-
goers has been planned. Band mem-
bers and majorettes now are sell-
ing tickets.
The .program -will include, two
overtures, "The Cathedral Canyon"
and "'Luststiel", "Bandimage for
Brasses", "The Thunder March"
and "Flags Unfurled". The Cadet
Band will present four numbers.
Special numbers will include a
twirling act by Miss Linda Padgett
using a fire .baton, a quartet of
flutes and a brass sextet. Blair
Shuford is band president and Miss
Kathryn 'Marshall is drum major-
eto.


Costin Announces For
Re-election To House

Rep. Cecil G. Cosin, Jr., an-
nounced today that he had ;filed
with the Secretary of State Mon-
day for re-election as Gulf Coun-
ty's Representative to the State
Legislature.
The physical structure of this
week's paper necessitated leav-
ing out most of the announce- .
ment, but it will appear in next
week's issue of The Star.

CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank all my friends
the doctors and nurses for the
nice cards, visits, flowers and good-
ies during my stay in the hospital.
They helped a lot.
Robert Nedley


Vote Is Unanimous To Secure Spoil

Areas and Rights-of-Way

Monday night,. before a small gathering of interested on-.
lookers, the county commissioners voted unanimously to ap-
prove and forward the resolution which will permit the Dis-
trict Engineers to proceed with plans for dredging the Apa--
lachicola River. Approval was delayed about a month when
the commissioners, for want of funds and because they fav-
ored dredging the lower Chipola River in lieu of the parallel
but further-removed Apalachicola River, decided at that time
they could not sign the resolution.
The vote as unanimous and ty had no objection to 'dredging"
came on the heels of about an the Apalachicola. River as part of,
hour's discussion. 'a waterway project which is cost-
District Engineers, once they ing the government better than
receive the signed resolution, can A$200 m dolr n i ex-
proceed with asking for bids on million dollars and will ex-
the project dredging which will tend into North Georgia.
begin at the mouth of the Apa- To Saunder's request, Comm.
lachicola River and terminate at E. C. Harden, Sr., observed that
the face of Jim Woodruff Dam at there was no money presently in,
.Chattahoochee. the budget earmarked to take care
Harry Saunders, as he had of the expense involved in se-
promised he would a week ago at during the necessary rights of way
Mrs. Beard's Fish Camp, appeared undergo the terms of the resolu-
before the Board and asked the tion. What suggestions, he want-
Board to honor the 1948 resolu- ed to know, did anyone have in
tion signed by the then incum- this connection which would en-
bent Board, a resolution which able the commissioners to go along
agreed, in effect, that Gulf Coun- with the project.
Saunders, who is an assistant,
Fiv Homes' BUrned vice president at the- St. Joe Paper
Five Hmes urne Company and who was represent-
During Past Week ing ttlat company, said that there
was tio immediate need for any
'u money, that it will be at least
Five houses have burned down before the Dis-
since last Wednesday night in the trict Engineers will need the
trict Engineers will need the
iiskirt of *Port St. Joe and n ,ghs--way,which, under the
the c#ltired section of town. law, o.ly the county can secure.
Last Wednesday night about l the ta re .
9: th fireeartm wasc He declared, further, that regard-
:30 the re department was call- less of when it became necessary
cd to Highland View where a house to pa forth services connected
was ablaze. Lack of water ham- e seri s te
pered the firemen, but the blaze withgetting the easements, the
was confined to the one house. expense would .be small.
w Fid totheooneoue5:00 p.m. George Tapper, State Senator'
Friday afternoon about 5:00 p.m. from the 25-Senatorial District,
the department was called back to from the 25-Senatorial District
-libl'and View where two houses rose to his feet at this point to,
were 'burning on sixth street. Again s ugest a method whereby the
a lackl of water and a high wind neessary monies could be gotten
He said he believed that if the
made the firemen confine their ac-
tions to confine the blaze and keep county had any surplus funds
it from spreading. from which the money could be
Yesterday at 11:30 a.m. the de- drawn (he thought the Race Track
partment was called to Avenue "F" Fund would fall in this category)
in the colored section of town the commissioners could make a
where a large house was ablaze request to the Comptroller at Tal-
in a thickly crowded area. A house lahassee stating their reasons for',
next to the one burning was kind- the request. He thought that, for,
ling Up Vwhen the firemen arrived good c aus e, the Comptroller
.at the. scene. The crowded condi- would permit amending the. budg-
"'


tion of buildings in the area, made
the fire hard to confine.
Two houses were burned to the
ground and two were damaged by
the time firemen had- the blaze
under control. Failure of the fire
warning siren to. blow and lateness
in turning in the alarm made the
blaze get, out of control before
firemen were at the scene.


FULLER WARREN will speak here in Port St. Joe to start off the
1956 political campaign next Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. in front of
the police station on Reid Avenue. Warren will go from here to
Apalachicola and from there to Wewahitchka.


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When questioned on this point,
the Clerk of the Court, George Y.
Core, said that he had never
known the Comptroller to tu r n
down a reasonable request.
Tapper then turned to another
point. In 1948, he said, the elec-
ted- officials of Gulf *County had
passed favorably on the Apalach-
icola River dredging project. They
acted in good faith; gave their
word through signing the 1948
resolution, in effect, asking the
engineers to proceed with this
project if and when it was ap-
proved by the Congress.
If the present Board, he con-
tinued, does not support this 1948
action by a previous Board, there
may come another day when
another resolution will come out
of Gulf County requesting such &
such an action. People up the line,
; thought, would be hesitant to
;;a dl the resolution seriously,
feeling, perhaps, it could not de-
oend on a future County Board to
h ,nor any commitments that
might arise because of the resolu-
'.ion.
"More is involved here than a
channel," Tapper concluded. "The
honor of Gulf County is involved
here."

GARDEN CLUB CIRCLES
WILL MEET TOGETHER
The Azalea Circle and 'the Glad-
ioli. Circle of the Port St. Joe Gar-
den Club will meet together for
the March meeting in 'the home
of Mrs. J. C. Arbogast at St. Joe
Beach.
The meeting will' be held Thurs-
day, March 8 starting at 3:30 p.m.
All members are urged to attend
and visitors are invited.


VOLUME XIX


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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tapper Honored

On Their Golden Wedding Anniversary
In a beautiful and impressive can- of the community. Captain Tapper,
delight ceremony, Captain and colorful, sea-faring pioneer of
Mrs. Robert Tapper renewed the Northwest Florida was originally
nuptial vows pronounced by them affiliated with the Alfred I. duPont
a half-century ago, on Sunday, Feb- Company, when they first came to


ruary 26, in iSt. Joseph's Catholic
Church of Port St. Joe before the
Reverend Robert O'Sullivan, pastor.
The ceremony immediately tollow-
ed the 10:30 Mass. Mrs. John Mar-
shall of Apalachicola, intimate over
hte years, friend of the participants"
and William R. Tapper, elder son,
were sponsors.
An inspiring vocal and organ re-
verie of hymns was played before
the Renewal Vows were spoken, in
the presence of the congregation.
The High Altar was embellished
at either side with lighted waxen
candles, in golden seven-branched
pyramidal candleabrum against a
background of lighted candles in
single golden standards surround-
ing the handsomely satin-veiled ta-
bernacle. Whie pedestal baskets,
arranged with masses of yellow
gladioli, chrysanthemum, acacia
and huckleberry were placed with-
In the Chancel Railing, to the sides
of the Altar.
Mrs. Tapper chose for this occa-
sion an Eisenberg Original silk
faille suit, trimmed 'in cut-jet and
black. jet-tipped, silk-balled braid.
During the 37 years of Captain
and Mrs. Tapper's residence in
Port St. Joe, they have been prom-
inently identified with the social,
religious, civic and business history


SUNDAY an


Florida from New York State in
1919. He later became associated
with the Florida Menhaden Com-
pany and afterwards was Harbor
Master for thirteen years.
Mrs. Tapper one of the ogani-


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zers and past president 01 Port holding lighted sunlight yellow ta- V 1 -
St. Joe ParentTacher Association, pers, encircled with garlands of L= ...
the Port .St. Joe Woman's Club and single stemmed yellow roses. The
Municipal Hospital Auxiliary, was five-tiered, gold-frosted cake, en- BOX OFFICE OPENS 30 P. M.
also the organizer and first presi- rted with yellow iing rosebuds,
dent of the St. Joseph's Altar So- ruffled at the base in gold lacelyn F R T oOW STARTS 7-0 P
city. She has served in the capa- and the silver coffee service occu- W .
city of School Trustee and numer- pied either end of the table. jUIilllll lHinIlillillllllllllll I11 IllllHllHirllHII liillhIII l lhlh.. .' :11'1;' l;l
ous Red Cross and other Welfare Graduated single-stemmed yellow FRIDAY and SATURDAY TUESDAY
activities have been prompted and roses, arranged in footed silver .
inspired ,by her untiring efforts creamer and sugar bowl, centered JOEL
and remarkable initiative, the buffet. Sunlight yellow tapers t A LCV, I-.
The carefully preserved nosegay in three-branched gold candleabrum i TH :iE : .
and boutonniere, faded and brown- illuminated either end. n A' .
ed by their 50 years, but holding Ia the sun room was the punch
their leaves, worn by the Captain table, overlaid with Mexican, em-
and his Lady when they first pro- broidered and hand-drawn, heirloom i-
nounced their marriage vbws, were wedding cloth. It was adorned with a
displayed in filagreed silver bas- caila lilies and' crystal appoint-
kets, decorated with gold, metallic mentsa. ':
lace and ribbons, on the organdy- The hostesses for the occasion STER'NG-HAYDEN
flounced table holding the guest were Mrs. Nick Comforter, Mrs." cO,,A ldh lN TE. 6F 1- STER tIN AHAMEN
registry. B. W. Eells, Sr., Mrs. C; L..Costin, released thr WilTED n .GL0R 'R,, E'
The emphasized decor in the liv- Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. J. L. Sharit, ROBERT C.RQARKS E '
ing room was the mantle centered Mrs. W. D Dare, Mrs. W. S. Quar- A UNIVERSA i"Ni' L P
with a Cherub-ornamented, golden, les, Sr., Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Mrs. T .. I
antique clock, a wedding gift out S. Coldewey, Mrs. John W. Hen- I1 l illlIll!Cilii::
of the past. It was flanked with drix all of Port St. Joe and Miss I I sT1 rD Wednesde y &J Thursc
beilloom .burnished candlesticks Louise Austin of Apalachicola. .AI jL L JT E
I % ^ ^-^^l Attending the guest registry were c"PATHECOLOR "- BURST OF MUSICAL
Mrs. W. TI. Carr, Mrs. John Mar- -R K SUNSHINE IN COLOR AND
shall, of Apalachicola and MissNrlA C"P
Betty Ward. In charge of the gifts P iTCAS
was Mrs. Horace Soule. Those pre- ,irs,.. .. L: ,A,., L..-
siding alternately at the punch l. .... .
bowl were Mrs. Charles Brown, SUNDAY, MONDAY FAIR
...._ Mrs. Joseph V. Dowd, Miss Bobby r IHUMPRprALi PETER
3_____ ___ Ward and Miss Mercedes Murphy D OGAiI' DY TIN
~ *"*"""'*m^*^^ of Tallahassee. B 'ORAY'U- l n ,,
Cutting the cake were Miss Enid GENE KELLY
id MONDAY M'athison of Jacksonville, Miss .'. ..'. 'DAN D I
Idelle Murphy of Tallahassee and D*": D Lf
Mrs. Robert Bellows. CYD CHARISSE
CloiC)h j Young girls serving were Dianne J DOLORES RAY
O l Hannon, Mary Dell Ramsey, Bren- OLO-ESRAY
da Ward and Kathleen. Dowd.and color TECHNICOLOR EL KID
Toni Mira. JOAN MMpiBENNETTm
RAC~II LPA7-4Zrr\IfEP7


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

ELLIOTT'
T LTE T.
FREEZINGTER

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WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY


PAT CROWLEY WILLIAM REYNOLDS 1.


FRIDAY ONLY: Open 1:45 to 6:00 p.m. 2 Shows, 2 and
4 p.m. Close at 6:00 p.m. for Kiwanis Minstrel.


First Baptist Circle 1
Meets With Mrs. Clemerits
Circle One of the Woman's Mis-
sionary Union of the First Baptist
Church met in the home of Mrs.
J. J. Clements with five members
present.
The meeting opened with a devo-
tional given by Mrs. W. I. Garden.
The scripture was taken from Ec-
cles. 8:12-20, stressing "Steward-
ship".
During the business, Mrs. Clem-
ents presided in the absence of
the chairman. She stressed the im-
portance on attending the week of
prayer services that will begin on
the 5th and end the 9th.
The program was on Home Mis-
sions. Mrs. W. J. Belin led in
prayer.
Mrs. Clements dismissed the
meeting with a prayer. Refresh-
ments were served to Mrs. W. I.
Carden, Mrs. Ralph Nance, Mrs.
W. J. Belin and Mrs. D. W. Smith.

Mrs. R. W. Henderson Is
Hostess To Baptist Circle
'Circle 4 of the First Baptist Wo-
man's Missionary Union, met in
the home of 'Mrs. (R. W. Henderson
with Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon presid-
ing over the meeting. Mrs. Emory
Stevens ,presented the program,
"The American Indians", as taken,
from the Royal +Service Magazine.
Mrs. A. V. Bateman closed the pro-
gram with prayer.
Refreshments were served to the
following members and two visi-
tors present: Mrs. John Dawkins,
Mrs. Emory iStevens, Mrs. A. V.
Bateman, Mrs. Perry Elliott, and
Mrs. W.cC.C. Pridgeon, Mrs. Byron
Smith and Mrs. Herman Barbee.
The next meeting will be held
in the home of Mrs. W. C. Prid-
geon.

Highland View Circld
Meets Monday Afternoon


The Willa Dean Circle of the Spread
Highland View Baptist Woman's
Missionary Union, met Monday at-
ternoon at 3 p.m. in the home of LADY! SAV
Mrs. T. 0. Richards with nine our stock of
members present. One visitor, Mrs.
Fannie McMillan was introduced to HEAVY
the group. *
The meeting opened with group
singing, one verse of the WMU Oval an
hymn followed 'with a prayer by Lovely
Mrs. A'ce Macomber. Non-skid
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck, WMU C6m- In Solid
I unity Mission chairman gave the Multi-co
first chapter on Community. Mis-
siori Book, "Missions in Your Corn- Heavy
munity". The group participated in
the study by giving Bible refer- +


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUliVT, LORLODA

holding lighted yellow candles from *:,nces. Mrs. E. R. DuBose dismissed Guests of Ramseys
which was necklace-strung a repli- the meeting with prayer. 1Vr;. and Mrs. Fred Boyer of
ca Flower Rosary of yellow Rose- The hostess served refreshments. Champaign, 111., are the house
buds and yellow, rosette chrysan- The next meeting will be in tha guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsey
themums. At other vantage points home of Mrs. Ware Peterson. and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boyer. Mr.
were placed an old-fashioned lamp, Boyer is the uncle of Mrs. Ram-
completely festooned in yellow a W ft As Cf .'( sey and Mr. Boyer:
chrysanthemums, bearing the num-o a -, sey ______and Mr. Boyr
eral 50, and a Golden Wedding and on u pr s n n u.it Acveri: doesn't cost-It PAYS
Engagement Ring, clustered with,.. -
golden tulips. o -
The Golden Anniversary table, in
he dining room, handsomely cloth-
ed In Alil-over-Italian-Cut-Work cov- -
er, inserted with medallions of Qua-
ker Filet lace, was centered with
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Clothing Furnishings Sportswear
PoRT ST. JoE, FLORmA
February 15, 1956


&U IW OAVNUM


At last a long cherished ambition has been realized. That is
to move back to the greatest place on earth. HOME.
Port St. Joe is a town with a future. Port St. Joe Is a town
in which a person can find happiness, pleasure, and fellowship.
We beleive in the future of thAs great city and we beleive :that
In this future, there is a future for us as individuals.
It is because of this belelf in the future of Port St. Joe that
we find we are able to come back and go into business. Port St.
Joe deserves a first class, first line, first quality store in
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strive to give all prompt courteous service with a smile. We
want our store to be a place where friendliness prevai-ls. We
will not hesitate to serve you in any way that we can.
As citizens of this fair city we will be for and work for and
do all that we can to help make this great future for this-city.
The upbuilding of our city will always be foremost in our mind.
Elsewhere on this page you will all the wonderful prizes to be
given away Friday. You do not have to do.anything to win except
register on opening. You do not even have to be present ,at:the '
drawing at 730J P. M. We hope as many as possible will be present
ast that time.
Ladies, we know that all the prizes are for men, but we want you
to come in too. We know that "the man in your life" would really
appreciate the gift you win.
We invite you all to come in, drink a free coke, and renew old
acquaintances. If we have not yet met, come in and leta get ao-
quainted. We are looking forward to seeing you all.
Sincerely yours,

qese V. Stone
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GRAND) PRIZE
ONE PAIR SLACKS by Higgins ----Value $11.95
ONE SPORT COAT by Clothcraft Value $35.00
Every person over 15 years of age is eligible (except for members of the
families of owners or employees) to win any of these prizes. Just register
and drink a free coke with us. If you are a lady, Just sign your name and
give us the sizes of you husband, father, son, brother or boy friend. Give us
his name and any prize you win will be in his size. Drawing will be at
7:30 -P.M. on Friday night. You do not have to be present to win but we
hope that as many of you as possible will try to be at the drawing.


1st Prize-One pair of
Shoes by Freeman
Value $12.95
2nd Prize-One pair of
Slacks by Higgins
Value $11.95
3rd 'Prize-One golfer
Drizzler Jacket by
McGregor, Val. $10,95
fth Prize-One Hat by
Resistol, Val. $9.95
5th Prize-Three sets
Underwear by Jockey
Value $6.00


6th Prize-Three sets
Underwear by Jockey
Value $6.00
7th Prize-Three sets
Underwear by Jockey
Value $6.00
Bth -Prize-One pair of
Slacks by Lanier
Value $5.95
9th Prize-One Dress
Shirt by Arrow
Value $3.95
10th Prize-One Dress
Shirt by Arrow
Value $3.95


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Shirt by Arrow
Value $3.95
12th Prize-One Dress
Shirt by Arrow
Value $3.95
13th Prize-One billfold
by Buxton. Val. $3.95
14th Prize-One Belt
by Hickok. Val. $2.50
15th Prize-One Sport
Shirt by Lanier
Value $2.95


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BELTS


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Underwear by Jockey
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Leather Goods

Gift Items


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'SAEu n f tHE StAR, Po' ST J L L tHieAY A ,


WHEREAS, it is necessary that the Muni-
MINUTES OF THE cipal Hospital of the City of Port St. Joe
MINUTES OF THE purchase grain alcohol for use at. said hos-
NI pital and the U. S. Treasury Department
CITY C M MISSION requires in the purchase and use thereof
that certain reports be filed by said Muni-
----- cipal Hospital; Now therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COM-
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the MISSION OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
City Commission of the City of Port FLORIDA, IN REGULAR SEASON AS-
St. Joe, Florida, held in the Munici- SEMBLED:
pal Building on the 21st day of Feb- Section 1. That Dottie Thomas, Supervisor
ruary A. D., 1956 at 8:00 p.m. and Administrator of said Hospital, be,
The Regular Meeting of the City Com- and she is hereby authorized for and in be-
mission of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor- half of the Municipal Hospital of the City
ida was held at this time with Commis- of Port St. Joe, to purchase grain alcohol
sioners Hallmark, Ramsey, Smith, Tharpe for use at said Hospital and sign all Depart-
and Mayor Sharit present. Attorney Costin meant for such purposes.
and Clerk Henderson were also present. Section 2. That a certified copy of this
Minutes of the previous meeting of Feb- Resolution be furnished the Assistant Re-
rary 7, 1956 were read and approved. gional Commissioner of Alcohol and Tobac-
Dr. F. M. Hall, and E. L. Fleming, col- co, Tax Division, Atlanta, Georgia.
ored citizens were present asking the City ADOPTED at a regular meeting of the
Council to improve the street condition of City Commission of the City of Port St.
Avenue "B" from Main Street to Battles Joe held at the City Hall in said City on
Street. The Mayor stated that this portion the 21st day of February, A.D. 1956.
of Avenue "B' was not scheduled for hard /s/ J. L. SHARIT
paving under -.the secondary road paving Mayor-Commissioner
program. The Mayor, agreed however to ATTEST:
look into this situation and stated that /s/ R. W. HENDERSON
attempts would be made to put a sand and City Auditor and Clerk
lime mixture on Aver,' "B" from Main Commissioner Smith moved that Resolu-
S treet to Battles Stree. Joe High School st- tion No. 246 be adopted. This was seconded
A group of Port St. Joe High School stu- by Commissioner Ramsey and upon a vote
dents met with the City Commission ask- on the adoption of Resolution No. 246 there
ing permission to reserve the Centennial were ayes five, nays none.
Building for a period from March 1 to May Commissioner Ramsey introduced Reso-
4, 1956 for the purpose of decorating and lution No. 247.
plannr'2 for their Junior-Senior banquet RESOLUTION NO. 247
activities. The City Council granted the WHEREAS, the State Road Department
students permission to reserve the Centen- has located and proposed to construct and
nial Building for this purpose from March improve Streets in Gulf County, Florida.
1 to May 4, 19566. in an around' the old St. Joseph Cemetery,
Commissioner Smith introduced Resolu- Section 5156-151, in said County; and
tion No. 246 WHEREAS, in order for the State Road
RESOLUTION 246 Department to further and complete said


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STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED



Pate's Shell Service


Phone BAil 7-9291 223 Monument Ave.




M. P. TOMLINSON


REALTOR INSUROR

403 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.


project, it is necessary, that certain lands there were ayes five, nays none.
now owned by the City of Port St. Joe be Mayor Sharit stated that the Methodist
acquired by the State of Florila for th- Church had requested to borrow approxi-
uiFe and benefit of the State R, ml Depart- munaely 70 folding chairs from the Counrcil
rment of Florida; and itom for use a the Methodist Church S-t
WHEREAS, the State Road Department arday evening. This request vas app.i.ve.l
having requested the City of Port St. Joe sy all members of the City Comr..ssioa.
to execute and deliver to the State Road The City Clerk presented a tabu.atinn
Department a deed or deeds in fav)r of ea ct current City and Municipal Hosn it ltits.
State of Florida, conveying all right, I tl, Commissioner Smith moved that these bills
and interest that the City of Port St. Joe uoe paid. This was seconded by Commissioner
has in an dto said lansd required for right liamisey and upon a voLe there w \-e ,yes
of tway for said State Road (or other roads) five, niys none.
and said request having been duly con- Mrs. Thomas, the Municipal Hospital Di-
sidered. ietor stl.te'l that she was informed that the
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED 5itate hospital Improvement Service in
BY THE CITY COMMISSIONERS OF THE Gainesville, was selling surplus hospital
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE: That the Mayor equipment at .20 percent of its retail value.
and Clerk 'of said City of Port St. Joe be rue Mayor recommended that Mrs. Thomas
and they are hereby authorized and direct- be authorized to visit Gainesville to deter-
ed to make, execute and deliver to the State ;mine what type of equipment would be suit-
Road Department a deed in favor of the i,.ble for use at the local hospital. This lee-
State of Florida conveying all right, title commendation was agreeable with all counciL
and interest of the City of Port St. Joe members.
in and to said lands owned by the City Commissioner Smith introduced Ordin-
of Port St. Joe required for right of way for ance No. 154X entitled:
said road in the old St. Joesph's Cemetery Ordinance No. 154X
area. Ani Ordinance repealing Ordinance No.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a 153X entitled:
certified copy of this Resolution be forth- An Ordinance levying a tax on all *pur-
with delivered to the 'State Road Depart- cliases of water and sewer service within
cent at Tallahassee, Florida. the corporate limits of the City of Port St
INTRODUCED AND ADOPTED by the Zoe. Florida: providing for the collection of
City Commission of the City of Port St. Joe, suc' tax and the disposition of the proceeds
Florida, at a regular meeting held on the tir-rc.-.i al providing penalties for the vio
21st day of February, A. D., 1956. ntion of the provisions of this ordinance.
/s/ J. L. SHARIT Be it enacted by the people of the City
Mayor-Commissioner of P.ort St. Joe, Florida:;
ATTEST: SI section 1 That Ordinance No. 153X be.
/&/ R. W. HENDERSON and the same is hereby repealed.
City Auditor and Clerk I Cominiss,.i,cr Smith moved that Ordin
Commissioner Smith moved that Resolu- anc- No. 1, 4. be read in full for the first
tion No. 247 be adopted. This was seconded time Tins was seconded by Commissioner
by Commissioner Ramsey and upon a vote Thirrpe and Ordinance No. 154X was read
on the adoption of Resolution No. 247 in full for the first time. Commissioner Ram-
sey moved that Ordinance No. 154X be read
a second time by title only. This was sed-
onded by Commissioner Smith and upon a
ITS Vote there were ayes five nayss none and
'IT'S Ordinance No. 154X was read a second time
ELECTR by title only. Commissioner Smith moved
BW ^ I B l that the rules be waived and that Ordinance
W A ELECTR No. 14X be read a third time in full and
be placed before the Commission for final
COM PA NY ion. This was seconded by Commissioner
Tharpe and upon a .vote there were ayes
COM P ANY i five, nays none and Ordinance No. 154X was
.read a third time in full. The Mayor an-
nounced that Ordinance No 164X had been
FOR EXPERT read a third time in full and was now be-
3 fore the Council for final action. Commis-
E t ie r sIn 'sioner Smith moved that Ordinance No. 153X
E e trical a I be repealed. This was seconded by Commis-
l cirs ioner Tharpe and upon a vote there were
ayes five, nays none.
and Commissioner Smith introduced Ordni-
\anance No. 155X entitled:
6 ORDINANCE NO. 155X
Contracting I An Ordinance levying a tax on all pur-
B chases of water within the corporate limits
DIAL BA 7-14331 of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida; pro-
IAL BA 7-4 Ividing for the collection of such tax and
the disposition of the proceeds thereof, and
providing penalties for the violation -of the
provisions of this ordinance, and providing


a referendum thereon:
Commissioner Ramsey spoved that Ordin-
ance No. 155X be read "in full 'for the first
time. This was seconded by Commissioner
Smith and upon a vote there were ayes
fle, nays none and Ordinance No. 155X
was read in full for the first time. Com-
missioner Smith move that Ordinance No.
155X be read a second time by title only.
hIbis was seconded by Commissioner Tharpe
'ind upon a vote there were ayes five, nays
rone and Ordinance No iS5X was read a
second time by title only. Whereupon Com-
missioner Smith moved that the rules be
N\aived, that Urli: n.- No. ",X' be enact-
ed as an emergency Ordinance and that it
be read a third time in full and be -placed
before the Commission for' final action..This
was seconded by Commissioner Ramsey and
upon a vote there were ayes five, nays none
snd Ordir.arce No. 155X was read a hir-l
time in full. The Mayor announced that Or-
dinance No. 155X had been read a third
time in full and was now before the Com-
missioner for final action. Commissioner
Smith moved that Ordinance No. 155X be
adopted. This was seconded by Commission-
er Ramsey and upon a vote on the adop-
tion of'Ordinance No. 155X there were ayes
five, nays nbne.
Commissioner Smith moved that the Spe-
cial Referendum Election as provided by
Ordinance No. 155X, relatvie to a 10 per-
crnt tax on the sale of water service in the
City of Port St. Jop, be held on Tuesday,
March 27, 1956 This was seconded by
Commissioner Tharpe and upon a vote
there were ayes five, nays none.
Commissioner Tharpe stated that Mr. Al
Smith had advised that the deed conveying
16%1/ feet of the North portion of Lot 6.
Block 38 that the City had agreed to sell
Mr. Smith had not been executed. The Ma-
vor stated that an accurate survey was
:Lecessary before this transaction was com-
pleted and that he would attempt to have
this portion of property surveyed Saturday
morning, February 25, 1956, to determine
lhe exact footage involved as to its exten-
sion into the existing drainage ditch that
may be involved in the aforementioned 16Y1/
feet mentioned in the proposed deed.
There being no further business Com-
missioner Tharpe moved to adjourn. This
was seconded by Commissioner Ramsey and
upon a vote, ayes five, nays none, the Meet-
ing adjourned.

'NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given tthat "pursuant
to Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1941, the undersigned person intends to
register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Florida, four weeks
after the frist publication of this notice
the fictitious name or trade name under
which he will engage in business and in
which said business is to be carreid on to-
wit: E. F. GUNN, doing business as GUNN
READY MIX CONCRETE CO., Port St. Joe,
Fla. 4t2-23
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to


Chapter 209n52, Laws of Florida, Acts of register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
1941, the undersigned person intends to Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after the
register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, first publication of this notice the fictitious
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks after the name or trade name under which he will
first publication of this notice the fictitious .engage in business and which said busi-
name or trade name under which he will ress .is to be carried on to-wit: PAULINE
engage in business and in which said busi- and DUREL BRIGMAN, doing business as
ness is to be carried on to-wit: MILTON MODERN FURNITURE CO., Port St. Joe,
V. POPPELL, doing -business as GULF Fla. 4t2-28
COUNTY EGG CO., Highland View, Fla. --
wi- NOTICE
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME I willnot be responsible for any debts
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAM charged to me by any member of my fam-
NOTICE is hereby give that pursuant iiy other than myself after this date, Feb-
to Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Acts ruary 23, 1956. 2tp
of 1941, the undersigned persons intends to .BERT HALL



INCOME TAX SERVICE
SINGLE, JOINT and SMALL BUSINESS
Expertly and Promptly Prepared.

INCOME TAX SERVICE
112 REID AVENUE


Fuller Warren will visit the following places

at the times shown. Be there to meet with

him and find out how he really stands on the

issues facing the people of this area.

Check this schedule.



Port St. Joe ---------10:00 A.M., E.S.T.

Leave Apalachicola -...----... 2:30 P.M., E.S.T.

Arrive Wewahitchka --.3:30 P.M., C.S.T.

Leave Wewahitchka -..- 5:30 P.M. C.S.T.

Arrive Blountstown ....... 5:15 P.M. C.S.T.

Leave Blountstown -----8:00 P.M., C.S.T.

Arrive Marianna for Overnight




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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 William* Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Lintype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
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W FO Curt Gwaltney and family. Mrs.t daughter, Chris spent Friday ini Student Council Is
NEWS FROM !Ernest is the former Miss Dorothy -Panama City visiting with friends
O\AK ROVG ay- and relatives. Planning Career Day
AK GROVE G Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conley and Mr.
By HELEN NORRIS daughter, Regennia spent the week and Mrs. Fout of Maryland, Ohio, The Student Council, consisting
end in Bonifay visiting with friends returned home after spending a
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ard and and relatives, week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. o ho
Mrs Jimmy Burns motored to We- Mrs. Edgar Smith spent several Glen Knight. room has been working on several
wahitchka Saturday on business. days in Eglin Field visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodman and major and minor projects this year.
Mrs. Edgar Deese and children Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pitzel and daugh- daughter of Camp Rucker, Alabama They are now in the process of.
of Panama City was the week end ters. spent several days visiting with planning Career Day, which will
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese. Miss Tresna Deese of Panama his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford be held March 6. This special day,
guests of Mr and Mrs Carl Deese.City returned home Sunday after Goodman. grades 9-12 will have the privilege
Mr and Mrs. Gene Ernest and City returned home Sunday after Goodman. of listening to experienced leaders
Mr. and Ms. Gene Enest a spending a week visiting with her Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson and of listening to experienced leaders-
Sdaughter if Ohio, were the guests grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl children spent Sunday in DeFun- i ddferent fields of work. The pur-
the latter's mother, Mrs. Minnie Deese. iak Springs visiting with Mr. and pose of Career Day is to give the
y and Mrs. Ernest's sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edridge Adam and Mrs. Monroe Darby. Mrs. Daby is occupationthey wish to
:. the former Miss Glenda Wilson. field of ocvpation hey wish to
choose. They have speakers com-
Bill Bennett, a student at SU hoos. Thy ha
in Tallahassee spent the week end ing from different parts of Florida
~_ ^ visiting with his wife and children ard h students are looking for-
'*VE 17 **~ SMrs. B*ill Bennett. ward to hearing them speak.
Sl |., Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hall and Every week, a committee from
-. fH P l It daughter, Cindy of Marianna were the Council grades each room in
Mi P.J I1 4% the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. the building according to its clean-


NOTICE

EFFECTIVE MARCH 12, 1956
Barber Prices Will Be As Follows. .
HAIR CUTS $1.25
Children Under 11 yrs., Mon. & Tues. $1.00
ALL FLAT TOPS $1.25
SHAMPOO $1.25
MASSAGE ---- $1.25
HOURS: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Sat., 8 A.M. to 7.P.M. Closed All Day Wednesday

COOPER'S BARBER SHOP

PALACE BARBER SHOP


Cleveland Hall. lines. The grades Excellent, Good,
Mrs. Roberts and children of Pan- Fair or Poor are the standards and
ama City were the week end guests they are posted in the hall each
of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Young and week. This is to help keep the
family. school in good condition. Also the
Lloyd Deese, son of Mr. and Mrs. /mats in the gym at each end have
Edgar Deese of Panama City spent been cleaned by council members.
a week. visiting with his grandpar- '
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese. J. Stripling.
We are glad to say that Mrs.
Brooks, who was in the Pensacola
Hospital has been transferred to C an' Get eid
the Municipal Hospital and is doing
better. of Y@a Cold? *
Gerald Smith, son of Mr. and Then try 666, the wide-activity med-
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were the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Hanlon, Mr. a4 Mrs.
Connie Gay, and Mr. and Mrs. T.


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Possibly you have noticed them at
the basketball games.
The Student 'Council State Con-
vention is to be held in Gainesville,
on March 15, 16, 17. The Council
can send only three delegates
which will be Walter Wilder, Rob-
ert Nedley, and Gene Raffield. It
is hoped these boys will bring val-
uable information that will aid the
council in their future work for the
school and community.
With the co-operation of the fa-
culty and townsmen, the Student
Council has done wonderful work
this year. Thank you for your back-

In The Hospital
Mrs. Victor Anderson is a pa-
tient in the Municipal Hospital.


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Tunic Jacket $8.98
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Fancies and Plaids. Short lengths
of better quality materials priced
..... lower than you would expect to


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Sewing Thread 10c Bias Tape 10c Rick Rack lOc
Butterick Patterns Grippers 25c Talon Zippers
35c and 50c Snap Fasteners 10c 30c, 35c, 45c
Machine Needles 20c Buttons 1Oc and 25c Scissors 49c and 69c


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If It's Bad, it Is Concealed.

Ift Is Good, It is Revealed.
We want the world to know the merits of our AA
GRADE FLY SPRAY and our 2-WAY INSECT DUST
SEE OR WRITE
W. L. BURKETT


YOUR WATKINS DEALER
tf-2-23 Port St. Joe, Fla.


P. O. Box 482


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Ln Avenue' Baptist Chucrh
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP --.... 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ---- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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Q- 5 LBS. FOR WHOLE or HALF LB.

Ground Beef 5c Tiderized HAM 38c I
MORRELL'S SLICED

Chuck Roast Ib 29c ACON Ib 39
R FRESH HOME MADE
FRESH CLUB or S1RLOIN4 29c.
L T EA K Ib 39USAGE Ib 29C.
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GIANT BOX BORDEN'S, PET or CARNATION FRESH JUMBO BAG SWEET
TIDE box 69c CANNED MILK 3 cans 39c GRAPEFRUIT 29c POTATOES


COMO
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ARCHER 2 CANS
VIENNA SAUSAGE 23c


29c


PURE CANE WITH $5,00 ORDER OR MORE
SUGAR 5 lb. bag 39c
SUPREME HALF GALLON
ICE CREAM 59c
TALL CAN
Mayfield CORN 10c


FRESH SWEET AS SUGAR DOZEN
TEMPLE ORANGES 39c
DELICIOUS
APPLES lb. 19c


GOLDEN RIPE
BANANAS


2 BAGS
RADISHES


21bs.


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CLASSIFIEDIADS

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house at Beacon Hill. See Silas
R. Stone.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
Apartment. Call 7-5881. 223 7th.


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. Cal'
7-3171. TIUnurnished. tfltp2-23
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed house, close in. Call Mrs. C.
A. McGowin. Phone 7-4221. tfc2-23
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom with ad-
joining bath and outside en-
trance. Also one vacant apartment.
Mrs. A. M. Jones, Sr., Phone 7-7646


I eek End Specil


FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY


ALIGN FRONT END

BALANCE FRONT WHEELS

NEW MODEL ELECTRONIC BALANCER

Regular $10.00 Value



(INCLUDES WEIGHTS)



Huitchins-Thusbay


Chevrolet Company, Inc.


Phone 7-2;


221


4th and Williams


tfc2-23
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
at Oak Grove. Call 7-3022 or see
Mrs. Paul Farmer at Oak Grove.
FOR RENT: 5-room house on First
Street. Call or see Mrs. Neal Mc-
Kinnon, Phone 7-4676.
LOST: Eversharp pen and pencil
set. Gold caps on each. Burgundy,
barrels. Nawe Wesley Ramsey en-
graved around base of gold on each
piece. Sentimental value. Finder
please call The Star for reward.
FOR SALE: second hand Wizard
motor bike. Call 7-5866. 2tp
FOR SALE: Boys 26" deluxe bicy-
cle. Very good condition. Cail
7-5611. 2tc-2-16
For Delivery of
FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Call 7-4776 between 7 and 8 p.m.
6tp-2-16


FOR SALE: Modern 3 bedroom
home. Floor furnace, hot water,
20 acres, 5 miles south of Wewa-
hitchka. Ideal for chicken or truck
farming. Near good hunting and
fishing. Price $6,500. Charles Whit-
field, Route 2, Box 616, Panama
City. 2tp
FOR SALE: Beach lots at Beacon
Hill. Raesonable. Small down
payment. Small monthly payments.
R. L. Fortner, Mexico Beach. 3tp
FOR SALE: Lots. 50'X14'9' located
on Jones Homestead. First five
lots, $200 each. Terms offered. See
Roy E. Cox on the homestead. 6t
SEE ME for Rogers' Nursery plants
and shrubbery. Mrs. E. H. Vittum
1017 Woodward Ave. 3tp2-23
SPECIAL SERVICES
FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors rec
paired, also.
[Trt-T.- 'iV-- -1wa1" a


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On Reid Avenue


Let's Send FuI er




Back To TA LLAHAS EE

(Paid Political Advertisement by Gulf County Friends of Fuller Warren)


re prI werSale

at ED EELLS'







(Next Door To .Firestone Store)


226 Reid Avenue


St. Joe's Newest Florist


PIANO TUNING and repairs. Cadl
7-4691. Charles A. Scurlock, 509
19th Street.
SEWING: (For all your sewing and
alterations, call BAl 7-7037. Rea-
sonable.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
R~el Parts and Repairs
4 REAL BARGAIN in a good used
piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
Your credit is good.
FRADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
iWAP.
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired.
Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.
Phone 7-2681. tfc
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7-7741, 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.-3032. ttc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
ing money see us for anything
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 118,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
mng first and -third Monday nights
S00 p.m., American LegioQn Home
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
.Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
meetings 2nd and 4th Fridays of
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, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs.
Jaya, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited. G. F. Lawrence,
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G.


R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
S. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th-Mondays. All visit-
ing companions welcome. F. 0..
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
$400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME
Refilling and collecting money
tromn our five cent High Grade Nut
machines in this area. No selling!
To qualify for work you must have
car, references, $640 cash, secured
by inventory. Devoting 6 hours a
week o business, your end on per-
centage collections will net up to
I$400 monthly with very good possi-
bilities of taking over full time. In-
come increasing accordingly. For
interview, include phone in applica-
tion. Write Royal Distributing Co.,
Inc., 1001 Chestnut St., Phila. 7, Pa.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moos& [
Hall, 310 Fourth St -')
Meeting night: ev-
ery other 'Monday. t


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that- a
Special Referendum. Election has
been called by Ordinance No. 155X
to be held in the fire station at the
Municipal Building on Tuesday,
March 27, 1966 for the purpose of
voting on Ordinance No. 155X, per-
taining to a 10% Utility Tax on all
purchases of water within the cor-
porate limits. of the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida entitled:
ORDINANCE NO. 155X
An ordinance levying a tax on all
purchases of water within the cor-
porate limits of the City of Port St.
Joe, Florida; providing for the col-
lection of such tax and the disposi-
tion of the proceeds thereof, and
providing penalties for the viola-
tion of the provisions of this ordin-
ance and providing a referendum
thereon.
All registered voters within the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida are
qualified to vote in said election.
The City Registration books will
remain open at the office of the
City Clerk, City Hall in Port St.
Joe, Florida from 9:00 a.m. until
12:00 noon Monday through Friday
and from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday, and from
9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon on Sat-
urday, until ten (10) days prior to
tne date of the referendum elec-
tion, March 27, 1956.
The polls will be open from 8:00
a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March
27, 1956.
Witness my hand and official
seal of the City of Port St. Joe,
Florida this 22nd day of February,
A. D. 1956.- "
R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk 2-23
City of Port St. Joe,-Florida


COMFORTER

Funeal Home
601 Long Avem i



S Oxygen Equipped
Ambulance


Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hillard Lew-
Is of Port iSt. Joe announce the
birth of a son, Willie William Lew-
is on February 26 in the Municipal
Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gray an-
nounce the birth of a son on Febru-
ary 27 in the Municipal Hospital.
The boy- weighed 6 lbs., 12 ozs. Mr.
and Mrs. Gray are residents of
Port St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. Bentdn Hamm of
Port St. Joe announce the birth of
a son, Richard Lamar on Febru-
ary 28 in the Municipal Hospital.
Mrs. Hamm is the former Dorothy
Woodard of OChattahoochee. The
young- man weighed 9 lbs.; 13 ozs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Block of
Mexico Beach annuun,:e the arrival
of a daughter, Mindy Olivia at Tyn-
dall ATB, on February 28.
PPFC and Mrs. Rudy Richards
are announcing the birth of a
daughter, Donna Sue, born Febru-
ary 23 at an Army Hospital at Har-
risburg, Pa. The young lady
weighed 6 lbs, 8 ozs. Mrs. Richards
was the former Miss Joy Clark of
this city.
Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Grace of
Hunter Circle are announcing the
birth of a daughter, Barbara Joan,
on February 18 in the Municipal
Hospital.
Mr. .and Mrs. Perry ,Samuel Hol-
ley of Port 'St. Joe announce the-
birth of a son, Gordon Douglas on
February 18 in the Municipal Hos-
pital.
Mr. and Mrs. Olan Cannington of
Port St. Joe announce the birth of
a son, Donald Wayne, on February -
19 in the Municipal Hospital. Mrs.
Cannington is the former Lilliam
Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jeremiah
Perna, of Kenney's Mill announce
the birth of a son, George Jeremiah,
Fr., on February 24 in the Municl-
pal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cleveland
Blakeney' of Highland View an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Mariaa Diane, on February 24 in-
the Municipal Hospital. She is the I
former Martha Dean iSimmons.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Whetstone
11lls, Jr., of Port St. Joe announce
the birth of a son, Michael Jerard
cells, on Februiary 25 in the Mu--
nicipal Hos.pital. Mrs. Eells" will


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Phone 7-5941 1021 Woodward Ave.
/l l\'"

'Si."*-^1\


NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 20953, Laws -of.
Floridia, Acts of 1941, the under-
s.ined person intends to rf sister
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, i
Gulf County, Florida four weeks'
after the first publication of this
notice the fictitious name or traJde
name under which he will engage
in business and in whica seid bat-
ness is to- be carried on to-wit.
A.- P. MARTIN, doing business as
"Andy's Welding Repair", Port St.
Joe, Florida. 4t-3-1
NOTICE
I will no longer be responsible for debts
incurred by Mrs. Jewel Callahan after March
1, 1956. 4tp2-28
.PETE CALLAHAN

NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1941, the undersigned persons intend
to register with 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 business is to be carried on
to-wit: JESSE V. STONE and SILAS R.
STONE, doing business es, "Stones' Shop
For Men", 223 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe,
F.orida. 4t2-9


2 Year Old Hardy Was 89c

ROSE BUSHES 59c ea.
Guaranteed to bloo.m'ithis spring, Red, Yellow,
White, Pink Ready to plant.

White, Green, Red and Colored Foliage -

Caladium Plants 49c ea.
Was 79o -


Caladium Bulbs __ 20c ea.
Was 49c



AZALEA PLANTS 49c da.
Blooming and in Bud Ready to plant.
Was 79c


Also an unusual line of attractive gifts including luncheon, party, and beverage
napkins, baby bools, wedding books, artificial arrangements, planters, green
plants, reasonably priced cut flowers and corsages for every occasion.

Call ORCHIDLAND For All Your Flower Needs
WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS ANYWHERE


-Days, BA I 7-9181


S Nights, BAII 7-7411


SAdvertiement

From where I sit... ,, Joe Marsh



SDo-lt-Whose-Self? '


Monk McCarthy's almost as From where I sit, I'll have to
good at publicity stunts as he is 'admit Monk's schemes attract
at servicing and repairing. cars- attention. They often seem far-
which is pretty darned good. fetched to me, but he and I al-
His latest gimmick is a hand- ways had different opinions on
bill titled: "Do-IT-YOURSELFERS! how to run a busmness-just as
Why Not GreaseYour Own Car?" we have di -irent opinions about
Then he follows with two what's the best beverage. He
paragraphs about all the greases likes hot tca-l prefer a glass of
you'll need-the full set of beer-which doesn't keep us
wrenches, sprayr gun, grease gun, from ha ving a "smooth-running"
four jacks-the ability to work friendship.-
flat on your back with a face full
of goo. And at the very end '
there's this line: "Or, if that's .


too much trouble, we'll do the job .
for 75Co 9 ..". 9 soundatio
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with flippant button-detailing. Plan bold color combinations
from peacock blue, sailor blue, golden glory, Italian red or green.'
"It's a wonderful buy!" Shorts: 3.95. Shirt-jacketk, 6.95.
,Sleeveless broadcloth shirt,- rib-knit inserts 3.95. Sizes 8-18.


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THE GREATEST SALE IN OUR HIS-
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NEW SHAPES, NEW DESIGNS


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New Glarhorous
Greater Resistance to


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Sofa-Bed Matching Lounge
Chair 2 Lamps
2 Step Tables Cocktail Table
In Durable Wipe-Clean
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Soils and Stain..
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Solid Magnolia in Sea Mist finish with Decorator Hardware.
Double Dresser, Mirror & Bookcase Bed- $999 r
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of service.
FREE 21" TELEVISION SET W
To Be Give Away March 2
Come in For Details No Outside "
-Financing
WhenY
Deal With
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only 9 x 12 ft.
S other sizes from 6 x 9 ft.
By The Yard $1.00
You can be sure of top value when you choose genuine
Gold Seal CONGOLEUM. Its wear-layer is heat-toughened
paint and baked enamel equal in thickness to 8 coats of
the best floor paint applied by hand. That e::h 'a q-ality
means extra wear, easier care. Stop in ,today a.J see our
wide assortment of fresh ncwti patterns.


Save $20.00 and buy the complete
095 set Matching Box Spring is regularly
$4 9 5' $49 95, but during the anniversary
sale, both Mattress and Box Spring
i d .".$ may be purchased for only $79 90
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ers of Cotton Felt Padding.



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