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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 8, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JQB
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper


THE STAR


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


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

VOLUME XIX $3.00 Per Year -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1956 Single Copy 8c NUMBER 28&





Secured:'s To aw.a Ful ler wairreB iis Port


-touN LUNG is checked out by hospital personnel after being installed and explained by a
factory representative. Operating the machine is Dottie Thomas, Hospital Administrator. In
the machine is Mavis Butts, nurse trainee and looking on is Clifford Tharpe, commissioner.


Citizens Beautify Street Iron Lung Put Into Operation At The

On Their Own Hook Hospital; Operators Are Trained


Want your street beautified?
Then do it!
That's what, the residents of
Palm Boulevard, are .saying as
they have set themselves to the
task of beautifying the planting
strip -on that street with their'
own labor and mohey.
The :project began this past'
week .end, and already two
blocks have been .cleaned and
trees and shrubbery planted.
';.Th',. entire neighborhood Is
-.pltting.i..Jl.'on the projecLt ,3
they say they hope to set a pre-
cedent for the entire city to
, take it upon themselves to beau-
Ify their street.


T. A. Owens Announces


For A Repeat Term


Sewer Line Completed

To High School Friday

-The sewer line to the High School
was completed last week end and
the school I now-oon city sewer
sr.rvice it was announced this
week by City, Water and Sewer.
Superiutc'ndent, W. D. Dare.
Tha laying of the linue began
.'ioi, .ttree v.e-ek ago a4d..wasa
iaup,.,cd L., rA:' The tie-in with
*hb soh:ol was completed on Fri-
day and is now in operation.
Dare says that the line' is work-
ing fine despite the long distance
of gravity flow and the slight
grade offered iii that section of


town.


Tommy Owens this week announ- Career Day Held
ced his candidacy for re-election to
the position of Superintendent -of At High School
Public Instruction of Gulf County. -A t ig hS 0o
He 'has held this office for the
past 16 years, and has 25 years of Nick Pchelkin, an instructor at
experience in the public schools of Pensadola Junior College delivered
Florida. Upon graduation from the the main address for Port St. Joe
University of Florida, he taught in High 'School's 'Career Day on
t]l' schools of Pinellas, Duval and March 6. Mr. Pchelkin who spoke
Gulf Counties, before [being elected on "How To Choose A-Career" was
County ;Superintendent of Gulf born in Siberia and educated in
County in 1940. Russia, China and the, United
He is a member of the Florida 'States.
Education Association, University Miss Catherine Nix, -a former
of Florida Alumni Association and teacher at Port' St. Joe High
County Superintendents Association S .hool also addressed the group.
of the State, having served as its She told of her experiences in olb-
president in 1952. He is now serv-- serving the United Nations in ac-
ing as president of the West Flor-'tion, and traveling in Washington
ida Superintendents Association for and other historical places in
the second term. He also holds a 'America.
life membership in the Florida Ath- Career Day, which is sponsored
letic Coaches Association. annually by the Student Council is
Owens is the oldest Superinten- a day when the various occupation-
dent, in years of service, west. of al interests of the students are dis-
the Suwannee River, and the second cussed by persons engaged in that
oldest in the State of Florida. work.
Owens says, "My one promise Out of town guests Included:
has always been and will continue Rev. Harry Douglas, ministry; Dr.
to be-progress in the schools of :EdwinHartz, FSU, marriage pre-
Gulf County." paration; Paul Cannedy .of ,Eastern
^ Airlines in Tallahassee, airline work
P. G.Hart Seeking Walter Wipockee, Navy from Talla-
Har S ing hassee; Dr. Harold Canning, mis-
RetUrn To Commission sionary, Wewahitchka;' Nick Pchel-
Return To.-o.mmiss. i -kin, psychology; William Holsten,
Pensacola High 'School, instrumen-
Parker G. Hart, this week an- tal music; T Sgt. James Elkel, Ma-
nounced his candidacy for re-elec- rine representative from Pensa-
tion to the office of County Comn- co'i; 1st Sgt. Denver Pentecost,
missioner from District 3 subject Coast-Guard from New Orleans;
to the approval of the voters of Miss Lillian Kilpatrick, Panama
Gulf County at the polls on May 8. City, fashion designing; Mrs. Lu-
"I am sanding on my record of cilie Simpson, Sears Roebuck Pan-
representing the best interests of ama 'City, interior decorating; Miss
the county as a whole, co-operating Catherine Nix, Panama City, teach-
-wherever possible with the School ing; C. B. Lewis, Panama City,
Board and other county depart- recreation director; Mrs. Smith,
ments with the future progress of Pane ma City, modeling; T-Sgt. Da-
the county always in mind. I as- vid Jenkins, Air Force, M-Sgt. Ab-
'sure you that if re-elected, I shall ner Blalock, Army; Mrs. Basil
continue to strive for the develop- Moore, Panama City, vocal music;
meit of our county, keeping in Mrs. Alverie Taylor, Panama City,
mlid the best interests of all the beauty culture.
people". Local people who spoke were:
Hart is now completing his first Mrs. Ernest Wimberly; Mrs. Dottie
term in the office. Thomas, Ned Porter, Joe Paffe,
e' Mi's. Erma Creel, Dr. Joe Hendrix,.
Send The Star To A Friend (Contin.,ued On P. i


The iron lung donated to the
people of Gulf county by the In-
ternational Association of Machin-
ists of Port St. Joe was put into
operation last week at the Munici-
palt Hospital' by a factory represen-
tftive. The lung was purchased
last year by the local union and.
placed in the local hospital for use
by the citizens served in this area.
Mrs. Dottie Thomals, Supervisor-
at the Hospital was instructed in
the lung's operation.
The City Commission., was -on
band ,,to witness the. installation
and the demonstratidon of the me-
chanism Of the machine.
The lung has a varied. use for
other things than ,polio, the hos-
pital personnel found out and were
thoroughly instructed' on its use
for many respiratory failures.
The lung is operated by an ele3-
tric motor and is equipped with a
hand operated pump in case ol
power failure.


Judge Pridgeon Seeks

Another Term In Office

Judge J. E. Pridgeon announced
today that he will seek another
term as County Judge of Gulf
County, subject to the Democratic
Primary in May.:,
Judge Pridgeon said in announc-
ing his candidacy for another term
"I am ever aware of the confidence
you placed in me when you first
elected me as your County Judge.
I have tried to merit this confi..
cence by the manner in which I
have conducted the business of he
office. It is my sincere hope that
you feel your office is in safe
hands.
The population of the County
and the duties of the office have
more than doubled in the past
15 years, but I am happy- to report
that the work of each day has been
met as it arose.
If you see. fit to give me another
term in this important office, I
promise you a continuance of the
courteous, faithful and .efficient
service you have received in the
past and to which you are entitled
in the future.
I respectfully ask for your con-
tinued friendship, consideration and
support for this important office.


Shark Football Squad
Working In Spring Practice

The Shark football squad began
a tive-week spring practice session
Monday to lay the foundation for
the 1956 Shark team. Eight regu-
lars will be lost from the team or


19Wwi VI U V EU I IV ||

Postmaster 'Chauncey Costin this
week announced that the Post Of-
fice department will establish a
'Star Route between Port St. Joe
and Wewahitchka, 'beginning April
1, 1956.
The Route will leave Wewahitch-
ka immediately after arrival in We-
wahitchka of Star Route from Mar-
ianna and will arrive in Port St.
Joe around 2:45 p.m. It will leave
Port St. Joe at 3:00 p.m. for the
return trip to Wewahitchka.
The establishment of this route
has been long .:,.u-ht by post office
officials and business people both
in Wewahitchka and Port St. Joe.
It marks another step in improved
mail service for the local office.
In the early part of December,
1955, the local office was able to
get a change in the Star Route
schedule from Quincy to Port St.
Joe which enabled the mail to ar-
rive one hour earlier in the morn-
ing and has 'been considerably ad-
vantageous to 'both the local post
office and patrons.


Costin Nanmed President
Of Chamber of Commerce

Cecil G. Costin, Jr. was named
by the heard of Directors of the
Chamber of Commerce as presi-
dent of that organizationn for the
coming year. .
Elected to serve with Costin in
the meeting Thursday night were
Vie Arderson, vice president and
S. L: Barke, secretary and treasur-
er. All will serve for a one year
term.
The newly-elected officers is-
sued a public plpa that all mem-
bers pay up their dues as soon ;s
possible.


Cecil G. Costing, Jr.

Up For Re-ElectionC

Due to insufficient space, "The
Star" was unable to print the an-
anuncement of Rep. Cecil G.- Cos-
tin; Jr., for re-election last week
Rep. Costin filed for re-electi,,n
to the-. office which he presently I:
holds as 'State Representative
from Gulf County on Monday, Feb-
ruary 27. Costin, a life-long resident
of Gulf County and practicing at,
torney, served as a member of the
Legislature from Gulf County dur--
ing the 1953 and 1955 sessions
Costin is City Attorney of Port St.
Joe, served as County Attorney for
Gulf County from 1948 until his
election as State Representative.
He is president of the Port St. Joe
Chamber of Commerce, a member
of the Gulf County Democratic Ex
ecutive Committee, past president
of the 14th Judicial Circuit Bar AF-
socia'ion comprising Gulf, Bay, Cal-
houn, Jackson, Washington and
Hoimes Counties; a member of the
First Baptist Church of Port St.
Joe and of the following organiza-
tions: Kiwanis Club, Masonic Or-
der, Shrine, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, American Legion and
Loyal Order of Moose.
During the 1955 session of the
Florida Legislature, Rep. Costink
served as chairman of the' impor-
tant County and Municipal Govern-
ment Committee and held mem-
bership on the following commit-
tees: Appropriations, Apportion-
ment, Constitutional Amend'ments,
Banks and Loans, and Judiciary-
General.
Rep. Costin was the original
sponsor of the bill providing for
an appropriation for the construc-
tion of a museum on the historic
site of 'Florida's First Constitution-
al Convention held at Port St. Joe,
which appropriation Nwas suibse-
quently written into the Appropria-
tion Bill passed by the House and
Senate. Since the construction of
this museum, approximately 6,000
people have been registered as visi-
tors.
An additional appropriation dur-
ing the 1955 session was made for
the construction of additional park
facilities to provide barbecue pits,
picnic pavilions and other recrea-
tional facilities in the area of the
park for the convenience of the


b public. The ar Boar has announ-
next year by graduation. Strong ced plans to commence construe-
competition is being displayed by tion of these facilities In the very
the 47 boys reporting for the squad near future.
for these positions. As a member of the Appropria-
tions Committee, Rep. Costin as-
Coach Craig'reports that enthus& sisted in the passage of appropria-
itsm is very high among boys with tions providing for the,permanently
each trying -his best to secure a and totally disabled persons, Salk
'starting berth on next year's team. %Vaccine to needy children and ex-
S. 1.pectant mothers, and an annual in-
Tntra-squad games will be played crease in school teachers salaries
each Friday at 4:30 p.m. (Continued on page 10)


Publishers Regret News

Deleted Last Week

The publishers of The Star re-
gret that several news items
were left out of last week's issue
of The Star, but it could not be
helped. We were scheduled to
print 10 pages last' week, but
trouble with our printing press
forced us to leave out twol.of the
pages.
We are sad that this had to
happen, but one of the worse
things about machinery is that it
will break down occasionally-
usually when you need it most.
We have published all the ar-
ticles left out this week and hope
that you will not feel too hard
toward us for leaving them out.


George Cooper Seeking

Another 4-Year Term

George W. Cooper this week an-
nounced that he will seek another
tsrmn as County Commissioner from
District Five.
"My Record as a County Com-
missioner for over three years
will show that I have conducted
my office in a high and efficient
manner, with the interest of the
,people always first", Cooper said.
"Being always mindful that I am
a servant of the people, I'-hafe made
every effort to serve the people
well. If re-elected, I promise to
continue this endeavor.".
Cooper said- that, "It has been
a pleasure- serving the people and
'itli hat thought in mind ramn re-'
"iaesting your .continued support
and friendship.'


George Core Asks For

Return As Court Clerk


oe In Stump Tour



Pledges Upholding Segregation and

No Additional Taxes

Fuller Warren carried his cam- Sharit. Warren.-earlier attended a
paign for governor into Gulf coun- breakfast at the St. Joe Motel at-
t tv vAl%+iidni -wit*+ n h nlr An r~n


iy yes ouerUay wJili a pledge to dLU U
everything in his power to main-
tain segregation in Florida.
"I will do everything in my pow-
er to assume active leadership for
legislation to accomplish that pur-
pose," he told a large crowd who
gathered downtown to hear him.
The former chief executive, cam-
paigning on a 47-plank platform,
was introduced by Mayor J. L.


Kiwanis Minstrel

Set For Friday

The annual Kiwanis Minstrel is
scheduled to begin tt 8:-00 p.m.
sharp tomorrow night in the Port
Theatre auditorium.
The Kiwanis Club produces the
Minstrel each year in the spring
to raise funds fpr their children's
charity work.
The cast consists of members of
i.he club and variety bis by volun-
teers of the city.
All money raised by thi show
i; .o to charity work. Airoiss:oa
'. $1. 0 per person.
hbo Kiwanians urg) 'bL .iu
give them a hand in this needed
work by spending '*hi.- ,,enlnig w:t!'
hlui tomorrow ey._ -g a' h i
oTt Theatre.
half-hour concert wi:[ b" pre
se-itrd "by the PIort St. Jo.6e. I-ii'
ScLool b pri,~ :to the .Iori'nM-.
ance beginning at 7:3.


Silas R. Stone Comes

Out For Representative

Silas R. "Mickey" Stone, prom-
inent local attorney, has qualified
as- a candidate for the post of rep-
resentative. from Gulf County.
A native of Port St. Joe and the
son of one of he pioneer families
of the city, Stone received his edu-
cation from the Port St. Joe schools
and attended the University of
Florida. He holds BS'BA and TLB
degrees from the University.
He is a member and past presi-
dent of the Kiwanis Club member
of the Methodist Church, former
officer in' the Chamber of Com-
merce and was president of the
Gulf County Tuberculosis and
Health Association for two years.
Stone is the county prosecuting
attorney and attorney for th'e City
of Wewahitchka. He served two
years as-attorney for the Florida


George Y. Core announced today Live -stock -oara ant as deputy
that he will be a candidate for re- commissioner for the Florida In-
election to the office of Clerk of dustrial commission for three
the Circuit Court of Gulf County, years.
subject to the May primaries. Stone said that he doesn't have
George is now serving his second a formal 'Platform. He says he
te-m as Clerk, having been sworn plans to give the people of Gulf
in as Clerk on November 16, 1948 County the representation of the
to fulfill the unexpired term of the people. Adcording to Stone, the
former clerk, Gulf County's be- only piece of legislation that he
loved J. R. Hunter, who served as is now aware of as needed is a re-
Clerk for Gulf County from the day visit n of the laws of conservation
Gulf County was created on June 6 in Lhe seafood industry. He expres-
1925, until he resigned on Novem- sed t opinion that a complete
er .15, 1948 because of poor eye- new code was needed. Stone said
sig.e I that his 'platform will be based
In a statement to the editor, solely on the will of the people.
George said that he is deeply grate-
ful to the people of Gulf County R i S S e
for the opportunity they gave him: RIVciva SeVrCes Set
when they elected hfim Clerk in At Methodist Church
1948 and again in 1952. "I am al-
ways mindful of my obligation to ---
serve the citizens of Gulf County: Revival services will bgein at the
and I endeavor to conduct the af- First Methodist Church of Port St.
fairs of the Clerk's Office in a man- Joe this Sunday, March 11. The pas-
ner that all of the people of Gulf tor, Rev. Fred Davis, will bring
County will be proud of, one mark- the messages on Sunday. Rev. Clif-
ed with courtesy and efficiency. 'ford M. Abbott, pastor of the First
This I will do each day." Methodist Church of Tallahassee,
George says, "If re-elected as Alabama,.-will bring the messages
your Clerk of the Circuit Court, I from Monday through Friday. The
will continue to give the citizens !weekday services will be held at
of Gulf County the best-kept rec-i7:00 a.m.: and 7:.30 p.m. Booth
ords in the state of Florida." IPoole will;direct the music.
George has designated himself 'Coffee and doughnuts will be
as his Campaign Treasurer and the served after the morning services.
Wewahitchka State Bank his De- The public is cordially invited to
pository. attend.


tended by one of the largest such
gatherings of the campaign to date.
In his Port St. Joe address, War-
ren called attention to- the tremen-'
dous road and bridge building pro-
gram of the first Warren adminis'-:
tration from 1949 through 1953.
He emphasized that during this
period Gulf county received more
roads and bridges "before or since"
any other administration. In Gulf
county, he said, more than $1,619,--
000 was spent on road and bridge'
building. Much of this money, he.
said, was primary road funds.
In addition, he said, it was dur-
ing the Warren administration that.
the State Legislature amended the
state statute which refunded to
counties the money it collected in
cigaret taxes. The candidate prais-.
Vd Senator George Tapper for his
aid in getting this legislation push-
ed through the session.
Warren also told the crowd that
he is opposed to any new taxes for
Florida.
The candidate said that if the
p(,ople return him to Tallahassee
for four more years he will recom-,
mend to the 1957 session of the
legislature that a constitutional
amendment 'be offered the people,
which would forever exempt, the
necessities of life such as food,
medicine, house rent, farm machin-"
ery and, low' cost clothing.
'"rr'-u aid' that 3re- wi alsoo
_i4e ih g s.tadure to nffer, Thy
people a co ntitutional .amendment '
which would' raise fhe Florida
homestead exemption amendment,
passed in 1934, has probably bene-
fitted Florida more than any
atenndme-nt eve-r offered' to the
't.i', n : t itu ti:,n -
'Wei.on this act was enacted in
1934 the average cost of a Florida
home was $5,000,", he said. "Today,
the same kind of home costs at
least $10,000, therefore the exemp-
tion -amendmnent should be raised
to provide this amount .of exemp-
tion."
He scoffed at suggestions that
such an increase in the exemption
would affect' the school system.
"The public schools of Florida
have made their greatest progress
as a result of the policies and pro-
grams put into effect by the first
Warren administration, the legisia,-
ture and the state cabinet."
He pledged continued support of
the school program.
Warren pointed out that it was
his' first administration that insti-
tuted the policy of constructing
catwalks on bridges for fishermen
and pedestrians.
Warren said that the state treas-
ury had a balance of only about
$5,000,000 when he took office Jan.
4, 1949. He said the government
was faced with obligations for the
next biennium of about $70,000,000.
When his :administration was com-
pleted, he said, there was a balance
of more than $50,000,000 in the
treasury despite the tremendous
four-year program for progress his
administration put into effect.
The candidate selected Port St. -
Joe to advocate for'the first time
the creation of a department of
labor for Florida to settle' disputes
between l1bor and management.
He said the department would be
composed of outstanding members
representing both labor and man-
agement.
Time did not permit the candi-
date to go into detail on the other
planks in his platform. However,
he said that within a week or wo'
his campaign manager here, Gor-
don Hallmark, will have copies of
the complete platform ready, for
distribution to the voters. His depu-
ty treasurer here is W. P. Comn-
Ge'ter.

Guests in Dandridge Home
Mrs. Albert Ward and daughters,
Bobby, Betty and Brenda, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dan- -
Iridge and son Danny, in Lynn
Elaven, Sunday.


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"- PARE TWO

Evangelist At Hiland View aim again. During 194940 be was
pastor of the Highland View As-
Evangelist Bill Britton will. be sembly of God Church and is now
the guest minister at the Highland engaged in evangelistic work. Rev.
- View' Methodist Church, Sunday, Britton now appears over WDLP,
March 11, 196, at the morning and Panama City, with his program en-
Ma rch 11, 1956, at the morning and +l _ra,. im"


evening services.
Evangelist Britton has many
friends in this section who will
welcome this opportunity to hear


141A ,, t*r WA AA/ .
The pastor, Rev. Douglas New-
some, extends to all a personal in-
vitation to enjoy these services
in the-old-time way.


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St. Joseph's Altar Society
Met Last Thursday Nire
The St. Joseph's Altar Society of
St. Joseph's Catholic Church met
last Thursday nigb4t at the home of
Mrs George Anchors.
Mrs Lamar Hardy opened the
meeting with a prayer. The min-
ute-s of the last meeting were read
'by Mrs. Bill Whaley, secretary,
pro tern. Mrs. .George Anchors,
treasurer, gave the club's financial
report. The following chairmen
were elected for the coming year:
Mrs. Kenneth Brodanx, program;
Mrs. Bill Whaley, and Mrs. Claude
Gautreaux, telephone committee;
Mrs. Frank Hannon, correspond-
ence; Mrs. William Wager, pufb-
Hlcity.
Mrs. Brodnax gave an interest-
ing talk. on the vestments the
priests wear at mass and xplain-
ed the colors which are chosen for
each church season.
A white elephant sale was con-
ducted during refreshments. This
money will be added to the new
church fund. The following mem-
bers were present: Mrs. Kenneth
Brodnax, Mrs. Joe Paffe, Mrs. La-
mar Hardy, Mrs. Bill Whaley, Mrs.
William Wager and Mrs. George
Anchors.

Lenten Devotionals Are
Held At Catholic Church
Lenton Devotions are held every
Thursday night at 8 o'clock at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church. A dis-
cussion Club is being held during
;he season of Lent at the verious
parishoners homes. The subject,
"God, Man, and God-Man." Next
week's meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Joe Paffe, 1024 Wood-
ward Avenue.
Advertising doesn't cost-It pays'
This a on your printing Is a sign of quality. ,


Presbyterian Women
Meet With Mrs. Campbell
The Women of the Presbyterian
Church, Circle No. 1, met in the'
home of Mrs. Henry Campbell
March 5. The meeting was opened
with the group singing the "Doxol-
ogy" and the opening prayer was
given by the circle chairman, Mrs.
C. W. Long.
Mrs. Charles Garraway, the Bible
study chairman, gave an interest-
ing program on "Jacob and His
Family", using as her theme
"Household Problems." The scrip-
ture was taken from the book of
Genesis, chapter 25 and 3'5 which
was read 'by Mrs. iSid Brown.
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. C. R. Garraway.
The' following were present:
Mesdames M. H. Elder, James
Greer, C. R. Garraway, C. W. Long,
R. D. Prows, J, R. Smith;- R. M.
Spillers, Sid Brown, J. B. Perritt,
A. P. Wakefield, J. A. 'Stebel and
one visitor, Mrs. Lisenby of Pana-
ma City, the mother of Mrs. Camp-
bell.

Mrs. Florence Rush is-
Taken By Death Wed.
Mrs. Florence Bush, 82, o: We-


Little League Is

Re-Born Monday

At Meeting

A board meeting of Port St. Joe's
Little League Baseball Organiza-
tion met Monday night at the City
Hall for the first meeting of the
year with Tom Coldewey, presi-
dent, presiding.
The league will ,enter the Little
Boys' Baseball, Inc. of Charleston,
iS. C. this year, which will enable
them to include boys from Oak
G-ove, Highland View and White
City. This organization is compris-
ed of little ,leagues of Louisiana,
Georgia,' .Florida, Mississippi, Ala-
bama, North Carolina and South
,Carolina.
Port St. Joe's official name will
Tbe The Port St. Joe's Little Boy's
League. The league will still re-
tain the four teams as of last year
with a possibility of organizing
four farm teams. Tryouts will start
on Monday, April 9 and will prob-
ably start the season on May 14.
Last year the league got off to a
late start'but despite this, interest I
mushroomed and the games were
well attended.


v ahitchka, died at the resl iJnc3 f A barbecue dinner honoring last
her sister, Mrs. John Griffin yes- year's players 'will be held Saitur-
terday morning. day, April 7, at the Centennial
'She is survived by three sisters, Building. At this time, trophies
Mrs Griffin of Wewahitchka; Mrs. will be awarded -to the winning
Andie Wilddr of Phenix City, Ala.; team.
and Mrs. Bessie Payner of Colum- During the meeting officers for
bus, Ga., and one brother, Jim Har- the coming year were elected as
his of Wewahitchka. follows: Tom Coldewey, president;
Funeral services will be held Paul Fensom, vice president; Law-
this morning at 10:00 a.m. at the rence Bissett, treasurer; J. H.
Bap'ist 'Church in Wewahitchka Chason, secretary and- William
with the Rev. Frye officiating as- Whaley, player agent.
sisted by Rev. Wooten. A committee for the barbecue
Inteiment will be in Lynwood dinner was appointed as follows:
Cemetery at Columbus, Ga. J. H. Chason, George Wimrberly,
Comforter Funeral Home of We- Phillip Chatham, W. Thursday and
wahitchka was in charge. Ralph Nance.


High School Band "The StarSpangled Bannr."
g Special numbers was a flute
Concert Well Attended quartet, "Vilia," by Barbara Mit-
chell, Delores Chism, Marsha Car-
The Port St. Joe' High School gill and Kathy Davis; a brass quar-
The Port St. Joe High School tet by Blair Shuford, Kenneth Set-
Band, and the Cadet Band present- tlemire, Wanda Kennington, Terry
ed their first mid-winter concertHinote, Louis D. Holland and
under the direction of band master Ralph Wat ts.
Herman Dean, Friday night in the Miss Linda Padgett gave a twirl-
High School gymnasium. Ing act.
Leroy Bowdoin, principal, pres- -Approximately 100 boys and girls
ented Mr. Dean. The Cadet Band took part in the concert which was
played, "Flagship," "Gold and Silv- attended.by a record crowd of ap-
er" and "Holy, Holy, Holy." lvroximately 375.
The Senior Band presented
"With Flags Unfurled," Cathedral Mr.' and Mrs. Bert Munn spent
Canyon," "Bandinage for Brasses," the week end in Pensacola with
"The Thunderer," "Lustspiel," and Mrs. Munn's sister and family, Mr.
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On Sunday afternoon, between
the hours of four and seven p.m.,
William R. Tapper and Senator
George Tapper, honored their fa-
thr and mother with a Golden
Anniversary Reception at their
home on Eighth Street. Approxi-
mately three hundred guests call-
ed during these hours. Masses of
golden and ,yellow hued flowers,
roses, chrysanthemums, gladioli,
sntpd-ragon, iris, tulips and carna-
tions enlivened by lighted pale yel-
low tapers, ornamented the spa
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studded in rhinestones and pearls,
was charming and lovely. The floor
length gown was adorned at the
neckline with a pear-shaped, cut-
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Captain Tapper, as always debon-
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lapel of his white dinner coat.
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Visitor From Canada
Walter Harder of Trenton, On-
S tario, Canada, is visiting with his
.cousin and family, r. and Mrs. Bert
b 5'-nMunn on Hunter Circle.


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and sons of Blakely, Georgia spent
Sunday with Miss Laverne Glass
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children.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Peterson
and children visited Mrs. Peterson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .Laird of
DeFuniak Springs, over the week
end.
Miss Grace Bryant, a missionary
from Jinives, Haiti, gave a very
interesting talk on her missionary
work there Wednesday night at
the Highland View- Methodist
Church.
Edgar 'Strange and Mrs. Pete
Strange motored to Tallahassee
Saturday. on business.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Can.nington
are the proud parents of a son,
born February 19. The young man
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following guests: Mrs. H. C. Jones,
Mrs. Judy Foster, Mrs. Ethel Sel-
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Mrs. George Ramsey and Mrs. Bill
Brannon. Sending gifts but unable
to attend were: Mrs. Preston Mc-
Cormick, Mrs. Bud Williamson,
Mrs. Carl Dees, Mrs. William En-
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Clinton Cox and son, Gene visit-
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Charles Revells left last week
to visit his son in New Orleans,
Louisiana.
-Mrs. Lily House has returned
home from Mobile, Alabama, where
she 'has been visiting relatives.
B. H. HARPER, JR., PICKED
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'Congressman Bob Sikes announ-
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Wewahitchka as an alternate to his
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Highland View W$CS Meets
The Woman's Society of Chris-..
tian Service of Highland View met
at the home of Mrs. A. B. Pratt on
Monday, March 5 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs.
A B Pratt, vice president, called
the meeting to order and led the.
opening .prayer, after which Miss.'
Marjorie Rogers read the scripture..
taken from John 14:23-31 and 15:
7-11. Mrs. Pratt read meditations
on some values of devotional read-
ing 'by Russell Chilcote.
Mrs. W. H. Weeks read a devo-
tion from ".Streams in the Desert"
by Mrs. Charles E. Cowman.
Miss Marjorie Rogers gave the.,
closing prayer.
The hostess served refreshments
to eight members.
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I wish to thank each and all of
my friends for all their goodness
and kindness to me when my house
burned last week for the many
Things did in getting my house fix-
ed up again. May God bless each
and all of you is our prayer.
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SJoe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
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CONGRATULATIONS HI SCHOOL BAND
Those of you who heard the Eort St. Joe
High School band in concert last Friday will
agree with me that Port St. Joe has something
here to be proud of.
.We would like to publicly commend Her-
man Dean for the band he has turned out in
the two short years be has been here. Cer-
ta,,rly it is the best band we have had here in
Port St. Joe in a number of years.
With the band's rendition of their festival
numbers, we feel that the band will come home
with some of the ribbons even though they have
not participated in the last few years.
We know the band members will enjoy
their trip to the festival. We remember our
/ one and only trip to one when we played in the
High School band. There is nothing like it to
cap off the years of training to blow that horn.
We think that the band will receive much
the same thrill that they received in Apalachi-"
cola the night of the football game there when
the band came niarching on the field, and all
of Port St. Joe stood on their feet and raised the
roof with their cheer. They will get no cheer-
ing at the festival and if it is like it was back
in 1945, they 'won't have much of an audience
to play to, other than judges, but believe me it
is a thrill.
Of course, the festival is what all the work
S.and money spent during the last two years has
lead up to. We feel that they will hold their
own, and that the name of the Port St. Joe
High School band will certainly receive some
mention of merit after their performance Friday
night.

IT NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT
.,While we have let this subject lapse for
a while, we must now put in a plug. for the
water and sewer tax program to be voted upon'


the 27th of this month. That isn't far off.
We would like to report that the hospital
is now out of the red and shows promise of
staying out for while at least. It is being effi-
ciently operated and as long as we can give
Mrs. Thomas the co-operation she needs from
the whole community that it will continue to
pay its own way. Since she has taken over as
manager of that institution three months ago,
all bills have been brought up to current and
a small-balance is in the bank. The new x-ray
machine that it was thought would have to be
paid for out of city funds, but the hospital
revenue is even making those payments now.
We feel that the dependence of the hos-
pital upon city funds for operation had held
some people ,back from making a favorable
opinion upon the tax.
While the hospital is now doing well fi-
nancially it is still grossly overcrowded. The
need for more rooms is critical now and what
with the coming of new industry and the talk
. of still larger industrial expansion in the near
future, the need for expansion becomes more
than imperative it becomes mandatory. We
cannot wait until the need gets greater before
we expand.
The City Commission has 'investigated
every other means "of taxation to build this
addition and there just is none that the people
of Port St. Joe would not have to pay. The
only question is how do they wish to pay for
it. The water tax would- be just as easy as any
other that would be fair for everybody. There
can be no county-wide tax. No special legisla-
tion can be passed providing such a tax. The
people of Port St. Joe must do it, just as they
had to do when the hospital was built in the
first place. You can get nothing without pay-
ing for it. We had a letter from Bob Bringman,
a former resident of Port St. Joe, who said that
if the people of this community could see the
taxes he has to pay on his HOME in New York
they would be thankful that they had no more
taxes to pay than are now 'imposed. He says
he has to pay over $700 a year on his home.
All of ours are homestead exempt. Of course
Bob said they had, excellent services but they
paid for them. That is what we are going to
have to do here, and the quicker we realize it,
the quicker We get these many services we want.
To go- first class, you have to pay first class.
When approached by your candidates for
county commissioner, ask them if they would fa-,
vor a county grant to the local hospital to help
in -this expansion. Attempts will be made to
secure, federal funds to help with the bill of
construction also.
We urge that you vote for the measure
when it comes up on March-27 and. do your
part to secure some county funds to help with
our program here.


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David C. Gaskin, Salary 28.50 Anuie Rhames, Mothers Pension 9.00
MINUTES OF THE Silas R. Sone, Salary 238.50 Mrs. Tom Parker, Mothers Pension 9.00
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Hunter, Pension 50.00 Bessie Porter, Mothers Pension 6.00
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD George Y. Core, Salary 47.00 Mrs. A. G. Montgomery, Mothers Pen. 3.00
Ray E. Green, Compt., Retirement 36.00 Mrs. Bessie Beck, Mothers Pension 3.00
Professional Ins. Co., Premiums 12.00 Connell Water Works, Dec.-Jan. Serv. 36.00
Minnie Williams, County Indigent 8.00 St. Joe Tel. & Teg. Co., Jan Serv. 12.25
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND Mamie Brewer, County Indigent 8.00 Gulf Coast Elect. Coop., Jan. Serv. 77.48
February 7, 1956 W. T. Strange, County Indigent 15.00 P. F. McDaniel, Supplies 75.00
To Whom Issued Purpose Amount Maggie Smith, County Indigent 10.00- Comforter Funl. Home, Connely Serv. 75.00
B. E. Parker, Sherfif's Cost 1,784.66 Nora McDaniel, County Indigent 8.00 -Ga. Chem. Co., Supplies 10.79
J. E. Pridgeon, Judge's Cost 575.00 Bryant Jones, County Indigent 15.00 Gulf County Breeze, Printing & legal 168.55
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Salary 31.02 El'zabeth Strength, County Indigent 10 00 B. h. Parker, Salary 68.60
Silas R. Stone, Salary 171.55 Jeff Bennett, County Indigent 10.00 Boyd's Office Outfitters, Supplies 5.95
David C. Gaskin, Salary 138.55 John B. Nichols, County Indigent 10.00 Harland Pridgeon, Postage, Tel., Etc. 96.78
George Y. Core, Recording fees Cony. 27.25 Hildra Strickland, County Indigent 15.0 The Star Pub. Co., Prin. & Legals 50.00
Director Int. Revenue, W/holding Tax 53.00 Bessie Glass, County Indigent 15.00 The Haloid Co., Paper, etc. 299.10
Ray E. Green Compt., Retirement 23.88 Lena Whitfield, County Indigent 10.00 0. R. Laird, Telephone 10.95
P. F. McDaniel, Supplies .80 Mrs. Ella Hall, County Indigent 10.00 Gulf Co. Ins. Co., Premiums 157.50'
Suwannee Store, Supplies 4.70 Mamie, Thomas, County Indigent 8.00 Florida Board &f Forestry, Service 721.75
Mc's Sundries, Med. for Prisoners 1.71 Allie Porter, County Indigent 6.00 Bishop Office Eqpt. Co., Supplies 80.80
Game & Fr. Waer Fish Com., Arrests 51.60 0. C. Davis, County Indigent 10.00 The H & W Drew Co., Supplies 82.06
Bishop Office Eqpt. Co., Supplies 70.60 Grace Dunlap, County Indigent 10.00 W. T. Edwards TB Hosp., Patients 261.25
:Red's Office Mach. & Sup. Co, Supplies 1.85 Druscilla Keel, County Indigent 10.00 Bowen Supply Co., Supplies 23.19
Wewahitchka Clinic, Prof. Services 20.00 Eva Pate, County Indigent 10.00 Senior Fluorencent, Inc., Lights 10.00
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F. E. Trammell, Tel. & Postage 24.23 John 0. Dickey, Salary 56.00 fllid. mental resolution, that Gulf County will
St. Joe Motor Co., Parts 25.32 Ray E. Green, Compt., Ietirement 84.08 .Pursuant to notice to receive bids, the fully comply with the intent of Congress
Seabrook Mach. Co., Parts 2.00 Prof. Ins. Corp., Premiums for Ins, 8.00 following bids were received and ordered in its authorized improvements to the Apa-
M. G. Lewis & Sons G~r., Parts 6.78 Dir. of lnt. Revenue, W/holding Taxes 16.00 cpened: lachicola River below the Jim- Woodruff
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Parts 51.75 Coy Goff, Salary 18.00 Florida-Georgia Tracor Company, Talla- Dam, and thAt this Board of County Com-
Standard Oil Co., Fuel 88.27 Bildra Strickland, Salary 16.00 hassee, Florida offered one Viking Asphalt missioners re-affirm that certain resolu-
Calhoway Bros. Lum. Sup., Labor 23.40 GENERAL FUND pump according to specifications at $404.00 tion' adopted by the Board of County Corn-
Sportsman Serv. Sta., Fuel -2700 February 15, 1956 tess five percent in ten days. naissioners of Gulf County on March 8,
Rex Lum. Co., Supplies, 19.22 George Y. Core, Salary 125.00 Chris J. Sherlock, Inc., Montgomery, Ala. 1948, in which Gulf County promised to
Wewa Hardwe. Co., Supplies 84.60 Cubic R. Laird, Salary 119 70 offered One Littleford Asphalt pump accord- support said project. Mr. Saunders said that
The Sar Pub. Co., Printing 32.40 Leona Taylor, Salary 85.80 ilr to Specifications at $458.65. his Company was first opposed to said
Bay Machine & Weld. Co., Parts 426.10 Mrs. J. A. Glenn, Salary 40.20 Whereupon, after consideration, there was projoeocot oboyoo-opassing the Cui2la River,
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND Mrs. C. G. Risb, Salary 47.00 unanimously carried, that the County pur- but after the U. S. Engineers f-.,v';n, le
February 7, 1956 William H. Linton, Salary 50.00 chase the Viking pump as offered by the 'St. Joe Paper Co., that the by-passing of the
Max W. Kilbourn, Salary 70.50 Elmer. Nunery, Salary 94.00 lorida-Georgia Tractor Company at $404. Chipola River will not have any ill- f ect
Director Int. Revenue, W/Taxes 4.50 Ray E Green, Compt., Retirement 27.00 Comm. T. D. Whitfield presented aplat on the water level in the Chipola, that hW
B. W. Eels, Parts 16.lt 48 Director Int. Revenue, W/Taxes 48.30 of Whitfield Acres at Howard Creek-Second company was willing to support the project
American Oil Co., Asphalt 516.61 Prof. Ins. Corp., Ins. Premiums 3.00 addition and requested same to be filed if as it was authorized by Cogriice;; that
Sears Roebuck & Co., Parts 1.39 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND found in order. : this project will not cost Gulf Count7- but
Taylor Parts & Sup. Co., Parts vi 69.57 February. 15, 1956 Whereupon, there was a motion by Com- a minmumi amount because her,. :re( c; 1
St. Joseph Tel. & Tel., Jan. Service 10.30 Lloyd Whitfield, Salary 148.70 Hart, seconded by Comm. Price and upon' seven land owners involved a;nd the 'wo
. G. Skipper,- Labor 8.00 Charles Fortner, Salary 145.90 vote was unanimously carried, that said large owners have already promised to ogve
Gulf Coast Elect. Corp., Jan. Service 11 04 .cnn" Daniels, Salary 131.78 plat be accepted, filed and recorded in tmie their right of way, because they arc in favor
Galf Serv. Sta., Parts 6.00 Alvie Kemp, Salary 132.30 public Records of Gulf County, Florida. of the project; tha tGulf County is now
Yank's St. Joe Ser. Sta., Parts-Labor 7.65 "ravis Wiley, Salary 134.54 (Recorded in Book 1, Page 59). 'lksrous of requesting the Congrass to
0. V. Glass, Labor .3.10 Russell Hancock, Salary 118.40 There being no further business to come '.ike an authorization that will provide im-
Sportsman Serv. Sta., Fuel 3.76 Veto Nichols, Salary 95.50 hefose the meeting, it did then adjourn Itrovements in the deep water chanr.el m
Panama Motor Parts Co., Parts 147.19 R TT Whitten, Salary 8.00 ATTEST: St. Joseph's Bay and construct a dam
Burord Toothaker Tra. Co., Parts 14719 B. E Champion, Salary 1.00.50 George Y. Core, Clerk cross the South Ed of the Dead Laities,
St. Joe Builders & Sup. Co., Parts 146.88 Carl Lester, Salary, 110.90 E. C. Harden, Chairman out tat rulf county is in io position to
St Joe Lumber & Exp. Co., Lumber 655.75 Coy Goff, Salary 64.00 .- expcn t to receive usch authorization irn
Marion-Power Shovel Co., Parts 174.72 WV. E. Walshingham, Salary 100.50 Coiingress, unless we back up our previous
P. F. McDaniels, Misc. Supplies 118.80 Hildra Strickland, Salary 72.00 WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA rimnntnents to the Congress; it is now time
T. T. Construction Co., Parts 63.00 Ray' E. Green, Comptroller, Ret 10.50 FEBRUARY 27, 1956 for us to support the project, or to do
T. & W. Tires Recapping, Tires 18 72, Dir. Int. Revenue, W/Taxes 69.30 The Board, of County Commissioners of .,...... cause the entire congressional
Gulf Hdwe & Supply Co., Supplies 268.05 Prof. Ins. Corp. ,Premiums 45.72 Gulf County, Florida met this date in -,,.. to'be held up.
Bay Machine & Welding Co, Labor 64.85 George E. Jones, *Salary 130.46 special session with the following mem-n1 After iin open discussion, Comm. Whit-
Gaskin Bros., Lumber Co., Lumber 449.85 bers present: E. C. Harden, Sr., J. U. Pruce, field asked in any person present was op-
Simpson's Auto Parts, Parts 12.51 r. D. Whitfield, George W. CooDenr and posed to this Board passing a supplemental
Seabrook Mach., Inc., Parts 80.87 -- Parker G. Hart. Thce Clerk, Deputy Sheriff resolution to re-affirm the original resolu-
Quinn Wire & Iron Works, Parts, 1.18 IN T O and AtlorneyGaskin were also present. tin adopted arch-3, 1948., -There were
Wewa Plumbing & Heating, parts 221.41 MINUTES OF THE The meeting came to order at 7:00n m. no objections registereere were
Oalloway Bros., Parts 7.87 The 'following.Gulf County citizens wire 'Whereupon, Comin. Hart offered the.fol-
Alvin McGlon Serv. Gar., Parts 2.80 COUNTY COMMISSION present From Port St. Joe: Senaor Ge-,:ge luing resolution and moved for its adop-
Cook Motor Co.,, Parts 2.80 G. Tapper, W 0. Anderson, Herbert Brown, tion, seconded by Comm. Whitfield and
Panama Machinery & Sup. Co., Parts 74.22 E. F. Gunn, J. Lnmar Miller and Harry H. upon vote was unanimously carried, to-wit:
Wewa Hdwe. Co, Parts-Supplies 961.51 Saunders. From Wewahitchka: Mayor Thorn- SUPPLEMENTAL RESOLUTION BY THE
Chris J. Sherlock, Inc., Parts 54.71 WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA a H. McDaniel, Dave Gaskin, Harland BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
Pares Shell Serv., Parts 15.50 W AITC -i r;'idgeon, C. F. Brunner, Floyd 0. Lister, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co.,, Fuel 24.75 February 7, 1956 f. C. Miller. From Overstreet, Quincy Har-, WHEREAS, the Federal Government has
Ray Brooks Mach. Co., Parts 24.64r The Board of County Commissioners of dy. authorized improvements to the Apalachi-
Flit-Ga. Tractor Co., Parts 121.00 Gulf County, Florida met this date in The Chairman announced that this meet- cola River below Jim Woodruff Dam 'to
Fla.-Ga. Tractor Co., Supplies 383.80 regular monthly'session. The following mem- i:lg is called, for the purpose of taking provide improved navigable waters on said
Dr. H. E. Bartee, Prof. Service' 18.00 bers were present: E. 0. Harden, Sr., Chair- some sort of action on the request frbm rivtr: and.
Dr. W. D. Norwood, Prof. Serv. 89.00 man, J. 0. Price, T D. Whitfield, Parker the U. S.' Army Engineers for the County WHEREAS, by resolution adopted on the
Florida Eng. Ass., Equipment 297.50 G. Hart and Geo. W. Cooper The Clerk, to furnish rights of way, easements, etc. 3rd day of March, 1948, the Board of
Bay Machine & Welding Co., Parts 86.69 Sheriff, Atorneys, Road Supt. and County for the Apalachciola River Improvement County Commissioners of Gulf County
GENERAL FUND Engineer were also present, program. uigeed and promised t ofurnish free of
February 14, 1956 The meeting came to order at 9 o'clock Mr. Harry H. Sannders, Vice President charge tp the'United States, if and when
Jack Sheffield, Salary 106.84 A. M. of the St. Joe Paper Company appeared required all lands, easements rights of way
Ireston 'Farmer, Salary 72.22 The Farm Agent presented his monthly before the Board and announced that the aad spoil areas within the confines of this
S. T. Morris, Salary 69.98 report and the same was ordered filed. St. Joe Paper Company is in favor of the County which are necessary to provide im-
J. M. Whitfield, Salary 100.00 The Gulf County Health Department pre- Apalachicola River project as it is author- (Continued on page 8)
W. B. Coppedge, Salary 77.86 rented its monthly report of Activities for ized by Congress, and requested the Board p


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Port St. Joe, Florida


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V. Carey, district manager ability," Carey explained. "To qual-
anama City social security ify for the 'disability freeze', a per-
s some news of importance son must have worked under social
)le who have worked at security for at least five years out
e years under social se- of the ten years before he became
id who, because of a dis- disabled and one and a half years
ave not been able to work out of the- three years before he
months or more, according became disabled. The disability
announcement he made to- must have -existed for more -than
six months before age 65, and a
person must be disabled at the
Social 'Security Act now time he files an .application for the
us to keep the benefit 'disability freeze."
itact of a person who is
before age 65 and who is "Anyone now receiving a social
o work becuase of his dis- security payment on his own earn-


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Anytime is the right time for fudge making! And comes
Spring, with the party season full swing, this easy-to.-make
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lust the right combinations for a good time.
Florida Fudge is 'r
simple and inex-
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and it will delight
guests of all ages
Rt your next
party. Or. just
watch how it will
give a festive air
to any meal.
FLORIDA FUDGE
3 cups white sugar
3 large table- .
spoons cocoa a
1 cup cream,
16 large table- .
spoons peanut .,
butter
Combine sugar,
cocoa and cream.
Bring to rolling
boil, stirring con-
stantly. Add pea-
heat until it holds its shape. Drop on cookie sheet or wax paper
and top with nut piece. Cut into squares. Serve on plate. Pack
hi butter dish, for a lovely gift. Keep balance of the fudge from
drying out by storing it in a vacuum-sealed bowl.
Free Recipe Cards
This prize "recipe was tested at the Tupperware Consumer
Service Bureau, and is reprinted here from a series of illustrated
recipe cards in full color, ideal for filing. The complete set of
16 cards is offered free of charge, and may be obtained by writ-
ing to Tupperware Consumer Service Bureau, Dept. H, Tupper-
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security office in order to learn Jr., presented a program on India,
how the 'disability freeze' may pro- Taking part were Mrs. G. S. Crox-
tect him," Carey said. "If you are ton, Mrs. J. C. Laney and Mrs. B.
unable to contact us yourself, a R. Gibson.
friend or relative may do it for you. Mrs. Gibson, circle chairman, pre-
A period of disability cannot be es- sided during the business session
ta.blished unless ,an application is which followed.
filed with the social security of- Mrs. Chris Martin,_ hostess, serv-
fice. ed refreshments to the members
___ during a social hour prior to the
Guilfords Visit Hospital meeting. The meeting closed with
Mr. and Mrs. James Guilford and the WSCS benediction.
son Bobby visited with their son,
Jimmy, who is a patient in the Star Want Ads Get Result.
Sacred Heart Hospital In Pensa-
cola, Sunday. It pays to adVais-e--Lry It!


GIRL'S BLOUSES


Rev. Douglas Guest Speaker
Rev. and Mrs. Harry Douglas of
Tallahassee were visitors here
Tuesday. Rev. Douglas was. the
guest speaker during Career Day
at the High School.


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Girls' DRESSY HATS 98c
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S CABANA SETS, Sizes 1 to 4 98c
COTTON and NYLON SUN.SUITS
Sizes 1 to 4, 49c and 98c
Infants' Plisse DIAPER SETS 98c
GIRLS' SUN DRESSES, 1 to 3X 98c


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I St. Joe, Florida Corner Fourth Street and Highway 98


i rordiay have h rs. Griffin Hostess
refigured to exclude a period of oMrs I hostess
disability, if he is now disabled and To WSCS Circle 1
the disability was n existence for
more than sx months before he Circle One of he Woman's Socie-
reached age 65," Carey continued. Circle One of the Woman'sSPce-
"Of course, he must meet the work ty of Christian Service met in the
requirement of five years out of home of Mrs. Buck Griffin Mon-
ten years and one and a half years day, February 27 with 15 members
out o& three years as set out and one visitor, Mrs. Rolls Meyers
above. of Ithica, Ohio.
The meeting was opened with
"People who are now disabled prayer by Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr.
and unable to work or anyone who The scripture reading was taken
becomes disabled in the future from Luke 1:8 and given by Mrs.
should contact his nearest social A. M. Jones, Jr. Mrs. A. M. Jones,


Highland View WMU
Meets At Church
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the Highland View Baptist Chur-
ch met Monday at the church for "
the beginning of the Week of Pray-
er. 14 members and one. visitor:
were -present.
Thr meeting opened with all
singing the WMIU song followed by
scripture being read silently by
all present. Mrs. Lee Watts had
charge of the program, "Pray For
Understanding for the Establish-
ment of New Churches and New:
Missions."
Those taking part on ihe panel
discussion were Mrs. L. F. Adams,
Mrs. Lillie Richter, Mrs. Ruth Har-
buck, Mrs. W. W. Garrett, Mrs.
Ted Richards. Mrs. Watts dismis-
sed tle program with a prayer.


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Mrs. Emory Robertson Leads Program Sikes ures Houses To

Opening WSCS Week of Prayer Study Hor War ets


- .. *- I .
The first program of the Week at 3 p.m. with Circle 6 in charge
- of -Prayer was observed onday af- of the program. The meeting clos-
ternoon at the First Baptist ed with a prayer by Mrs. J. 0.
Church with Circle One in charge Baggett.
of the program. Mrs. Emory Rob-
.rtson led the program. The devo- Highland View Church
tlonal was Scripture read silently
by all, followed with prayer by Gaining n11 Attendance
Mrs, Robertson. The topic of the ._
Seek is "Lord Teach Us To Pray" The Highland View Baptist
-and was developed by rs. Ralph
and was developed by rs. Ralph Church is steadily increasing in at-
Nance ra. W. J. Belin, Mrs. W. I.
tendance according to an an-
Cardin, Mrs. Byron Smith and Mrs. enhance according o an an-
J.. Clements, which told of, the nouncement by the pastor, L. F.
J. J. Clements, which told o the Adams.
needs of our work-in the western ams.
States. Prayer was offered by Last spring, it became necessary
those taking part. to add to the facilities of the church
Plans wee announced fo week and three class rooms were added.
.-,.. P .n "e oue o ee Now the attendance is taxing the
and sessions will ibe held each af- a
ernoo to Fd .~ ,capacity of present. buildings and
trnoon through riday. three more rooms are under con-
During the business meeting, struction.
the nominating committee present- This addition s being built by
S ed Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon a presi- Th addition is being built by
dent who will fill out the term due volunteer labor, and ustee. A. Phelps,
to the resignation of Mrs. W. J. chairman of the trustee committee
SHerring. All reports, including an urges that anyone wishing to help
Interesting account of Young Wom- contact him.
an's Auxiliary associational meet-' Present Sunday 'School attend-
ing in Immanuel Church in Pana- ance at, Highland View is 118 and
ma City, was .given by Mrs. Henry the church is striving for a goal of
Ayers, Y. W. A. Leader. It was an- 200 during 1956.'
bounced that the Jr. R. A. will have -
M'ssion Study supper March 22, at hospital Auxiliary Will
the church from 4 o'clock until
7 o'clock and will be conducted by Hold Rummage Sale
Mr. Armond Ball, state Royal Am- ___
bassadorsecretary o aksonville. heHospital Auxiarye. ory' will hold
All b oy are invited t6 attend. The T
S .. are Invited to atte. h the first of its Rummage Sales for
Royal Service program will be held the year, Saturday from 2 o'clock
at the church Monday, March 12, until 5 o'clock in the building next
to Scheffer's Grocery on Reid Ave.
O E Mrs. Joe Hendrix and Mrs. William
COMFORTER Wager will be in charge of sales.
Anyone having any rummage
Fune aI 0HoM me that they would like to donate,
can contact Mrs; Hendrix at BA
601 Long Ave n 7-5561 or Mrs. Wager at BA 7-4491
S ng... V and the things will be picked up
for transportation to the sale.
The sales will be held every Sat-
O en Equipped urday at th esame time and place..
Oxygen Equipped
Ambulance
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NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby give that pursuant
to Chapter 20958, Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1941, the undersigned persons intends 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 they will
Engage in, business and which said busi-
ness is to be carried on to-wit: PAULINE
and DUREL BRIGMAN, doing business as
MODERN FURNITURE CO., Port St. Joe,
*Fla. 4t2-28
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hieLeby givch bthaL pursuant to
Chapter 20952, Laws of Florida, Acts of
1941, the undiers.gned person intends 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 busi-
ness is to be carried on to-wit: MILTON
V. POPPELL, doing business as GULF.
COUNTY EGG CO., Highland View, Fla.


REALTY


On March 1 Congressman Bob
Sikes offered before the House oft
Representatives a resolution o
provide for a joint session of Con-
gress to honor the surviving vet-
erans of the. War Between the
States and for the presentation of
a medal to each of them. Sikes
stated that this would pay tribute
not only to the survivors but also
to he tradition of unity that exists
among the 48 states. -
Congresman Sikes went on to
say that "almost 91 years have pas-
sed since that war ended on April.
9, 1865, and it is altogether remark-
able that there are still a few liv-
.ug survivors ,both in the South and
in-'the North. In their' earliest
youth these men knew from first
hand experience the price that had
to -be paid for division. But they
saw the end of the conflict, acad
the days of reconstruction. They
witnessed the healing of the
wounds of war and the resurgence
of a nation united ;in common ac-
cord. "
For decades the line of surviv-
ors ias been thinning and is now
threatening to disappear altogeth-
er. -The opportunity is, as of this
moment, held out to us, to trans-
late a kind of final encampment
of the Confederate and Federal
armies into a gesture that will give
us all a reborn faith in i the value


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This is your personal invitation to see our new
spring line of tailor made suits..

Mr. T. D. LAUTERBACK

our factory specialist will be at our store all day
Friday, March 9 to show you this line, and measure
for a new suit, slacks, or sport coat.
BE SURE TO COME IN WHILE HE IS HERE

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The fashion-starred cos-
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NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida, Acts
oi 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,
la. 4t2-23
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, 1956 for the purpose of
voting on Ordinance No. 1,55X, 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-
1porate 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 ?rdln-
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
the 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, 1966.
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 Ft. Joe, Florida
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 20953, Laws of
Florida, Acts of 1941, the under-
:ifned person intends to re-ister
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
* Gulf County, Florida. four weeks
ifter the first publication of this
notice the fictitious name or traJe
name under which he will engage
in business and in which said bus-
nes is to be carried on to-wit.
- A. P. MARTIN; doing basine3s as
"4ndy's Welding Repair", Port St.
,Joe, Florida. 4t-3-1


NOTICE
I will no longer be responsible
incurred by Mrs, Jewel Callahan
1, 1956.
S. PETE i


e for debts
after March


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Highland View Methodist
Enjoying Night Services
Great crowds are enjoying the
inspirational and soul-winning ser-
-vices at the Highland View Metho-
dist Church. each Sunday night.
Last Sunday night all records In
the history of the church was bro-
ken including regular worship ser-
vices when 77 people were present.
A. B. Pratt is in charge of the con-
gregational singing assisted -by
Mrs. Katherine Brown at the pi-
ano and Rev. Douglas Newsome at
the organ. =
Pew captains were appointed for
the month of February and Miss
Patty Redd lead all other pew cap-
tains with a grand total of 64 peo-
ple attending and sitting in her
pews. .
Everyone is invited -to attend
these old-fashioned revival services
each Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock.

and the toughness that make this
country great."
Sikes concluded, "This seems an
event upon which we all can un-
ite. It is an event we must provide
for now for it cannot wait. And,
I know of no place more hallowed
more fitting or more inspiring for
a ceremony symbolizing ultimate
and consummated reconciliation
than in the Halls of the Congress
of the United States."


Lenten Study Being Taught
At St. James Church

The Lenton Study of St. James
Episcopal Church is conducted ev-
ery Tuesday night at 8:15 in he
Parish House during the Lentoen
season. The study entitled, "Man's
need and God's Action," is written
by Ruel Howe and is lead by the
Rev. Tom Miller.

Visitors Here From Doth'an
-Mrs. H.. Lisenby of Dothan, Ala.,
and Panama City, is visiting with
her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Campbell on Huns
dr Circle.

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SHOP PIGGLY WIGGLY We carry special prices from Thursday
STEAKS b b '39C
- to Thursday plus low every day prices, we give S & H Green Stamps .a
T-BONE.
SSHOP PIGGLY WIGLY where everybody saves! Is
STEAKS Ib 49c
PURE FRESH 100% BEEF
.^ i = A i TENDERIZED ALL MEAT
IGrund Beef 5 Ib 95c STEAKS Ib 69c
rTHE BEST ONLY BRISKET
Chuck Roast Ib 29c STEW MEAT 'b 19c
I REGISTER'S GREEN HILL '
SUNNYLAND A U S A G II l"9 I ,
iWElNERS pki 39e END CUT
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BARKER 'S PORK CHOPS Ib ''eb
A CORN MEAL J SLABT BACON (Sliced Free)- Ib. 29c I
t 29cThursdy f------ lw e- FRESH BEEF LIVER ---- -------l b. 39S
2LbH.OBag HOOP WISCONSIN CHEESE --------- Ib. 49c
DELICIOUS APPLES I. 19c Golden Ripe
e s BANANAS -
I SOmiKS CELERY 2 large stalks25c BANANAS
.,cart.o l .II GREEN ONIONS 2 bchs. 29c L H
19C RADISHES 2 pkgs. 29c 10C
(Plus Deposit)
SNew Red POTATOES 2lbs. 19c
SPURE CANE With $5.00 Order or More Florida Grade "A" Fresh Apalachicola "
S T2SUGAR 5K b 39c RUTABAGAS Ilb.10c OYSTERS
With Grocery Order L Pint *
CR E/SWEET CORN 3 ears 29c
Large TIDE 19c LUU 69c
> -- DOZEN I
OAK HILL -H-2 TALL CANS SWIFTNING CE --.
TOMATOES 2E5Cc APLC i ES11 lb.1 9G
S PENNY 3 TALL CANS stalks 25c BANANAS
I Dog Food 2 SRA.S. sS S 2ps
" THE BEST LIGHT CRUST 25 LB. BAG GMlf Brand Frs A irl


F L 0 U R COFFEE Plenty of Free Parking
Reg. or Drip
i25 lb-$1.98 6c
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Minutes of The
COUNTY COMMISSION
(Continued From Page 4)
roved navigable waters on the Apalachicr'la
river; and
WHEREAS, it was the intent o' the Con-
gress of the United States in authoring
said improvements to the Apalchicolt Bivcr
that local interests would furitshi free (I
cost to the United Sta.e. all lands, r,,'e-
ments, rights of way and sp I disposal
areas, as and when requiiei, for proviFicn
: nd in lit' nance of the chi'ne'l in Atala-
chicola River below Junction lam, maintain
and operate at their expense all utility and
highway facilities which are relocated or
otherivise altered as a part of the improve-
ment; provide suitable public terminal and
transfer faciliteis open to all on equal terms;,
.nd hold and save the United States free
irom damages which might arise from the
construction of the improvements, and
WHEREAS, it is the desire of this County
to comply fully with the intent of Congress;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
by the Board of Counmity Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, that the assurances
given in the aforementioned resolution are
hereby re-affirmed, and the Board hereby
agrees and promises
(a) to furnish free of cost to the United
States all lands ,easements, rights of way
and spoil-disposal areas, as and when re-
quired, for provision ana maintenance of
the channel in Apalachlicola River below
Junction dam,
(b) to maintain and operate at their
expense all utility and highway facilities
which are relocated or otherwise altered as
a part of the improvement,
tc) to provide suitable public term'.ail
and transfer facilities open to all on equal
terms, 1
(d) to hold and save the United States
free from damages which might arise from
the construction of the improvements to
Apalachicola River within the confines of
Gulf County;-. *
ADOPTED by the Board of County Com-
Smissioners of Gulf County, Florida in spec-
ial session at Wewahitchka, Florida this 27th
day of February, 1956.
Senutor George G. Tapper offered a plan
to expedite the construction of a Dam
a ross the South end of the Dead Lakes and
requested the Board to take same under;
awvisement. The plan being: 1. To set
aside and ear-mark a certain amount of
secondary road money from each budget
for this purpose. 2. To require each person
to purchase a permit to fish in the Dead
Lares ,according to a special law passed
m the 19538 legislature, and that the fees
from' said permits be ear-marked for the
dam. 3. That the County request the Legis-
latmie to authorize the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission' to -assist in the
cost of the Dam, and 4. To request the
Congress of the U. S. to authorize the U. S.
Engineers to assist in the engineering of
tha project and that an appropifation b3
set up to assist in the cost of the o.< ct.
Mr. Tapper said that Gulf County must
first do something to show the Legislature
and the Congress that we want the Dam
constructed before we can expect any nelp
from them' and there is no better way to
show that we want the Dam, than to begin
setting money aside for the project. -The
Chairman thanked the Senator for his plan
and announced that Board will consider it
at an early edate.
There being no further business -,o come


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Honored With Party
Mrs. Jimmie Burns honored her
oon, Ferrel with a birthday party
on his ninth birthday Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 28 at his home on Duval St.
Several games were played then' re-
freshments of cake, potato chips,
cookies and punch were served to
'he following: Jan and Karen Strip-
ling. Alfus and Sharon Jernigan,
Gloria Shoots, Paula Lovett, Linda'
and Buddy Kennington Ricky- Lov-
ett, Albert Cannon, Roy and Buddy
Knight, Mary Riley, Earl Hainey,
Lloyd and Herbert Gardner, Linda
and Jerry Hill, Phillip Ivey, Doyle
and Hilton Conger, Chardene and
Mary Walker and the honoree, Jim-
my Ferrell Burns. Party favors
were awarded to each child.
Mr. and Mrs. Josh Dykes and
children Clara and Cliff of Apala-
chicola were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dykes, Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Norris and Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
son Dykes, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Norris and
children and Mrs. W. B. Dykes
motored to Panama City Wednes-
day on business.
Rev. Conn of Palestine was the
guest speaker at the Oak Grove As-
sembly of God Church Wednesday
evening. He also will be the speak-
er Friday veening and will show
the Jewish passover, the table and
plates where the Lord and his 12
disciples ate before the Lord was
(rucified. I
Bill Bennett, a student'" at FSU
'n Taliahassee, spent the week end
visiting with his wife and children,


before the Board, it
ATTEST:
George Y. Core
"ihrk


did then aj urn.
E. C. Harden, Sr.
Chairman


Mot.a~


Mrs. Bill Sennett.
Mr. and Mrs. Rester of Jackson-
ville spent several days visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Parish.
Mrs. Edgar Deese and children
of Panama City spent the week
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Deese.
Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Linebar-
gar of Tyndall Field were the
week end guests of the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ernest and
daughter of Ohio returned home
Sunday after spending a week vis-
iting with Mrs. Minnie Gay and
Mr. and Mrs. Curt Gwaltney.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows of
Tyndall Field were the week end
guests of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Hanlon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall',
spent Saturday in Marianna visit-
ing with friends and relatives. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bennett and
children motored to Panama City
'Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradley of
Panama City spent the week end
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Maddox.
: Miss Dot ISingletary, Miss Carol
Young, Miss Mavis Butts, Miss
Marjorie Rogers, Miss Martha Ray,
Miss Zola Ray and Mrs. Purtell
motoled to Panama City Friday bn
business.

Marietta Chafin Makes

Dean's List At Judson

Marion, Ala.- The Dean's List
and Freshman Honor Roll have
been announced for the first sem-
ester at Judson College by Dean
Robert Bowling. The Dean's List
requires a 2.5 academic- average,
and the Freshman Honor Roll re-
quires a 2.25 academic average and
no grade ,below. C.
SAmong those named to the
Freshman Honor Roll was Miss
Marietta Chafin, of Port St. Joe.

Send The Stal to a friend


.


Phone BAII 7-9291


223 Monument Ave.


Highland View G. A.'s Meet
At Church Monday Nite

The Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary
of- the Highland View Baptist
Church met Monday night at the
church with 10 members present.
The 'meeting opened with the
singing of a hymn, 100 Psalm, pray-
er and sentence prayers.


Mv iyh keels, atewaidst lChaiff-
Man, presented the les IJ S tew-
ardshlp. N
The Week of Pray erila
was given out urging all to
take an active part.
Gall Roberts dismissed th-e mee"-
ing with prayer.


Advertising doesn't cost--it payi!


Mrs. Bert Hall Hostess Long Avenue Circle 2

To Long Avenue Circle Meets Tuesday, Feb, 21

Circle 3 of the Long Avenue Circle Number 2 of the Long
Baptist Woman's Missionary So- Avenue Baptist Church met Tues-
ciety held its February meeting at day, February 21 at 8:00 p.m. in
the home of Mrs. Bert Hall at the home of Mrs. Joe Alligood for
Mexico Beach with Mrs. Mal Camp- their monthly meeting.
bell as co-hostess. The meeting was opened by the
After the watchword, Mrs. Durel circle chairman, Mrs. Joe Ferrell.
Brigman led the devotional, follow- The program presented was en-
ed by a prayer for laborers in the titled, "God ISave America". Those
home mission field by Mrs. J. C. taking part in the program were:
Traweek. Mrs. Joe Alligood, Mrs. P. B. Fair
The program, "God Save Ameri- ley, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. Ford,
ca", a' discussion of work done by Mrs. Philip Lewis, Mrs. Joe Mc-
tha Baptist Home Mission Board Leod, Mrs. Grady Player. During,
in America was led by the follow- the business s-ession the circle de-
ing members: Mrs. J. C. Traweek, cided to send Easter baskets to the
Mrs. Eldridge Money, Mrs. Roy Florida Baptist Children's Home in
Gibson and Miss Alma'Baggett. Lakeland.
Miss Baggett, Mission Study The hostess served refreshments
Chairman announced plans for a to the following members present:
-mnission study program March 5 at Mrs. Joe Alligood, Mrs. P. B. Fair-
6:30 p.m. at the Florida Power ley,. Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. H. L.
lounge. "The Tribes Go Up", .by Ford, Mrs. Philip Lewis, Mrs. Joe
B. Frank Belvin will be taught by MoLeod, Mrs. Girady Player, Mrs.
Mrs. T. D. Hutchins. J. D. Griner. Three new members
After the closing prayer by Mrs. Mrs. R. E. Phillips, Mrs. Fred Per-
Campbell, refreshments were ser- ry, Mrs. J. G. Wincey, and two visi-
ved by Mrs. Bert Hall and Mrs. tors, Mrs. Neal K. Arnold and Mrs.
Campbell to Mrs. Eldridge Money, Lindsey Thursbay.
Mrs. Mary Grant, Mrs..Durel Brig- The next meeting will, be held
man, Miss Alma Baggebt, Mrs. Roy in the home of Mrs. Joe Ferrell at
Gibson, Mrs. Doyle Retherford, Mrs. Ill0 Long Avenue.
L. E. Voss, Mrs. Harry McKnight,
Mrs. J. C. Traweek and two new Star Want Ads Get Results
members, Mrs. Nancy Creech and
Mrs. Joan Hague. Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS


REPAIRED and RECORD
RADIATORS: CLEANED, FLUSHED


STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED


Pate's Shell Service


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 N $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


tf-2-23


Nobody "spared the horses"


in the '56 Chevrolet!


lead a merry life

in painters' colors!



SNJW


SACONY


SEPARATES
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This new beauty's go er. Big, deep-breathing power that's
panther-quick and silk-smooth. Power that puts new kick in
your driving and makes passing far safer.


seen in McCALLS'


Austin-AtfIhison Co.

"Exclusive But Not Expensive"

Port St. Joe, Florida Phone 7-9171


Feather-touch the gas pedal-and you
find out right quick that nobody
spared the horses here!
A flick of'your toe is all it takes
to unleash a hoodful of power. Power
that makes passing far safer by sav-
ing seconds when they really count!
Power that's smooth as silk-and as
full of action as a string of firecrack-


ers! Big, deep-breathing power that
ranges clear up to 225 h.p.!
But power's just one of the things
that make for safer;, ;happier driving
in a Chevy. For instance, you get
safety door latches and directional
signals in all models.
Come on in and see how the hot
one handles. Why not make it soon?


F.'- Air conditioning-temperatures made to order-at new low cost. Let us demonstrate!
123 GLAMOROUS PRIZES IN THE "SEE THE U. Sr.A. IN YOUR CHEVROLET" CONTEST. ENTER NOW-AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S.


Traffic-test It-
it's a beautiful thing I
to handle!


HUTCHINS-THURSBAY CHEVROLET CO*


Corner 4th and Williams


Phone 7-2221


VA


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If It's Bad, It Is Concealed.

If It 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


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THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 196


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Donley Furniture Co.


33rd. An niversa ry

21" CONSOLE TV SET
TO BE GIVEN AWAY'
SATURDAY, MARCH 31
Register For The Free Zenith
S- AT OUR STORE
Come in and Inquire For Particulars


$2 Delivers


Save $20.00 and buy the complete
$4 99s set Matching Box Spring is regularly
$49 95,.but during the anniversary
sale, both Mattress and Box Spring
lattreSS may be purchased for only $79 90 Complete Set


$3953
Feather-filled bed pillows
In sturdy feather proof
Making 19" x 26' f"


;NO UUTSI o0
financing
When You
Deal With
DANLEY


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7-PIECE SOFA.BED GROUP
k modern style suite with massive lnes-note the decorative rolled front
)f the arms. An extra service is performed by this suite in that it makes
nto a bed that sleeps two. Available in a stylish cover selection, a large
variety of colors-and priced just right
includes Sofa Bed,'Club Chair, 2 Table Lamps, 2 Step Tables and
Cocktail Table. -


We are proud to offer this outstanding volke again. Ov-e
every time it's been offered.
Double Dresser, Mirror & Bookcase Bed $
Chest Available at 39" $5 DOWN
Night Stand 5 DOWN
Night Stand ..1..........14"


DAN
FINANCE YOUR PURCHASE ON

EASY PAYMENT PLAN
We Do Our Own Financing
LOW DOWN PAYMENTS EASY TERMS
NO OUTSIDE AGENTS


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mplete Trundle Bed Outfit In Black Steel
Smart, modern, plaid mattress iet priced $ 95
amazingly owl *v ] r j7

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LOUNGE


, I $5.00
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2 Twin Beds 0 2 Steel Springs
2 Thick Guard Rail and
Maftresses Laddei
Sleek black wrought iron in a complete outfit for
Junior's room or your guest room And lust perfect
for your week-end or beach house! Sturdy con-
struction for years of use


COLORFUL
SELECTION
IN LINOLEUM
TYPE RUGS


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THEENg tR, PORT ST. JOs, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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FOR SALE: Boat, motor and til-
er. 10 hp Mercury Lightning. 11'
speed hull with steering wheel.
$200 for whole outfit. Contadt Mack
at Wimberly Pontiac.


and
SI-iORlT OF IT"
How LONG has It been since you've
bad a physical check-up? Have you
been bothered by a chronic condi-
tion for a LONG time?
Do you realize that one SHORT visit
to your doctor's office may result in
a new treatment which may discour-
age this chronic ailment... In a
S SHORT time?
Today's accelerated medical prog-
ress Is bringing us startling new
discoveries. Now it is wiser than
ever before to see your doctor twice
a year or even more. For he may
S prescribe new drugs which may help
S restore your health in an amazingly
SHORT time.
We take great pride In keeping pace
with this progress "and stand ready
S to serve you on the order of your
physician.



Butzett's Drug Store
PHONE 7-4371



CLASSIFIED ADS

'OR 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. Call
7-3171. Unfurnished. 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
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart-
ment. 704 Woodward Ave. Call
74866. Itp
FOR RENT: 3-room furnished
apartment. 1301 Long Ave. Call
7-3261. itc


FOR SALE: 2-bedroom house in
Highland View. J. V. Cannington.
Phone 7-2644. 2.p
FOR SALE: Nesco elecc-,c roaster
includes grill and broiler in cab-
inet with storage space. Excellent
condition. Call 7-4301.
FOR SALE: Clean 1949 Oldsmo
bile Super "88" 4-dr. new tag for
only $295.00. Terms to suit. Phone
7-4611. C. R. Garraway.
For Delivery of
FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Call 7-4776 between 7 and 8 p.m.
6tp-2-16
FOR SALE: Modem 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. l3tp
FOR SALE: Lots. 50'X149' located
on Jones Homestead. First five
lots, $200 each. Terms offered. See
Roy E. Cox on the homestead. 6t

SPECIAL SERVICES
FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
paired, also.
PIANO TUNING and repairs. Call
7-4691. Charles A. Scurlock, 509
19th Street.

Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
A REAL BARGAIN in a gopd used
piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
Your credit is good.
FRADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
SWAP.
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and


-ow


Costin Announces
(Continued from page 1)
and classroom expenses.
Rep. Costin was sponor of the
bill to raise the standards of labor-
ers' wages on Public Works con-
cracts and bringing apprentices
under its provision, which was sub-
sequently enacted into law.
He was one of the sponsors in
the House for the Constitutional
Amendment providing for a Sena-
tor ar',m each County of the State
as a pian of apportionment so that
tie smaller Counties of the State,
by having a numerical majority in
the Senate, would be in a position
to offset any control of the larger
cou .ties in the House.

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.
KErNNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION' SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and Installation. Phone
.-3032. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in savy-
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
ing money see us for anything
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion 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-
days, 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
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
Meetings at Moose
Hall, 310 Fourth St
Meeting night ev
ery other Monday


Among bills of a local nature al-
fecting Gulf County sponsored in
the House by Rep. Cos.in, were
bflls providing for apmoprfaAionis
for the two High School Bands,
Dead Lakes Commission, and *'e
Ull providing for lighting of the
Por; St. Joe High School football
ield.
In announcing his candidacy for
re-election, Rep. Costin said: 'I
'eel that my record as a Legislator
has been a good record and hbe
legislation which I introduced a.ud
supported was for the best int. :-
esL of the people of Gulf Couna.y
If I am re-elected, I shall continue
to fight for goad legislation and
oppose legislation which is harm-
ful "o the people of -this county
and ifle State of Florida."

Career Day
(Continued from pag Ix
Richard Skipper, A. P. Gilbert, Dr.
Robert King, Miss Clara Pate and
A. L. Hargraves.
The Seniors from Apalachicola
were guests accompanied by their
sponsor, Miss Emily Porter, Mrs.
Cleve Randolph and Mrs. Chaun,
cey from the Apalachicola Pilot's
Clubl also were present.
Martha Costin served as general
Career Da chairman, assisted by
Mrs. J. C. Price, student council
sponsor.


Grammar School
Tournament Starts

The third annual Port St. Joe
Grammar iSchool Basketball Tour-
nament- got underway Tuesday
night with two ,fast first round
games being, played. 5A over-
whelmed 4ABC in the first game.
The 5A boys were much more
mature players than the younger
opponents. The 4th grade was in-
cluded in the tournament this year
due to the small number of 5th
and 6th grade teams. 20 4th grade
boys were used in the game. Ralph
Elliott and Gayle Griffin led the
5A attack.
6C defeated 5B by an equally op-
sided score of 34 to 4. Nelson Hall
led the winners with 16 points.
James Gibson and George Duren


SHOP FOR MEN

SAYS



THANKS

We would like to take this humble way of saying thanks
to the fine people of Port St. oe for the royal welcome that
was given us on our opening day. We deeply and sincerely
appreciate all the many friends who showered us with
their graciousness and kindness. We are happy to have
made new friends and welcome them to our hearts. The
many expressions of Well Wishers and beautiful floral ar-
rangements that were given to us shall make us work all
the harder to give you the type store and the service that
you want and -deserve to have.
We would especially like to say thanks to the mer-
chants of 'Port St. Joe, without whose help we could have
never opened our doors on time. Gordon Hallmark offered
us his station wagon to get merchandise that was lost in
transit. Boyles Department the use of his price ticketing
machine. Costin's Department Store for loaning us price
tickets when ours did not arrive in time. Austin-Atchison
Company for their much needed and helpful advise. And
thanks to all. the other merchants who went out of their
way to supply us with the tools and equipment necessary
to do our work prior to -opening. Thanks to the contractors
who did rush jobs on a minutes' notice. THANKS TO ALL
THE PEOPLE OF PORT ST. JOE.
We did not have our full selection of merchandise on
opening day.- New items, new styles, ,and new patterns
are coming in 'every day. Come back and visit with us again
and watch the selections grow.
We want you to feel that this store is YOUR STORE.
If we do not have what you. want, we will try to get it for
you. We are endeavoring to build a list of the sizes of all
the men in the city in order that you, our customers, the
people of St. Joe may shop with greater ease and make your
purchases more accurately. If you have not yet registered,
please come by and do so.. We can serve you more efficiently
when this list is complete.
THAN KYOU AGAIN, OUR FRIENDS, OUR CUSTO-
MERS. THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR
HEART.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LUCKY
PRIZE WINNERS
GRAND PRIZE: One Sport coat and one pair slacks, Total value
$46.95 Wiley G. Hop'ps
1st Prize: One pair Shoes, Value $12,95 Joe L. Sharit
2nd Prize: One pair Slacks, Value $11.95 Mrs. Joe Wilkie
3rd Prize: One Drizzler jacket, Val. $10.95 Mrs. Ola Cleamans
4th Prize: One Hat, Value $9.95 Miss Bobbie Ward
5th Prize: Three sets Underwear, Val. $6.00 T. J. Bush
6th Prize: Three sets Underwear, Val $6.00 Watson Smith
7th Prize: Three sets Underwear, Val. $6.00 E. M. Godfrey
8th Prize: One pair Slacks, Value $5.95 Mrs. C. !R. Garraway
9th Prize: One dress Shirt, Value $3.95 Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon
10tb Prize: One dress Shirt, Value $3.95 11th Prize: One dress Shirt, Value $3.95 *Mrs. John Tanner
12th Prize: One dress Shirt. Value $3.95 Arthur Phurrough
13th Prize: One Billfold, Value $3.95 Mrs. Paul Pave
14th Prize: One Belt, Value $2.50 Mike Morton
15th Prize; One Sport Shirt, Value $2.95 Mrs. Liona Green
Three additional prizes of $5.00 jewelry sets were won by George
Neel, Mrs. Lillian Cannington, and Mrs. Ralph Macomber.


NOTICE

Built-Up and Shingle Roofs replaced and re-
paired Heating and Air Conditioning -
Gutters and Downspouts Any Kind of
Metal Work All Work Guaranteed.
FOR FREE ESTIMATE CONTACT

SP. WILLIAMS
LAWSON HOTEL


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VOTE FOR and SUPPORT


Tom milam

Candidate For STATE SENATOR
He Stands For STATES RIGHTS With The Florida
Constitution Upheld To The Last Letter
(Paid Political Advertisement)




FILL DIRT


Land Clearing


We will clear your lot no matter how

large or small. Fill dirt to level

or Build Up Your Property


G. L. DUREN
Call BAllI 7-5681 or 7-3621


S PER TIRE

Trade-in Allowance
Providing your tire is recappable



TUBELESS NYLON
We'll We'll
Black Allow White Alldw
Sidewall You Sidewall You
6,40-'5 ..........$10.25 6.40-15 : ........$12.56
6'.70-15 ....... 10.80 6.70-15 ....... 13.24
,7.10-15 ....... 11.85 7.10-15 ......... 14.49
7.60-15 ..... 12.99 7.60-15 .......... 15.93
8.00-15 .... 14.44 8.00-15 .......... 17.70
8.20-15 .......... 14.98 8.20-15 .......... 18.34
TUBE TYPE NYLON
6.40-15 ..........$ 7.48 6.40-15 ..........$ 9.16.
6.70-15 .......... 7.85 6.70-15 .......... 9.61
7.10-15 .......... 8.69 7.10-15 .......... 10.64
7.60-15 ....... 9.50 7.60-15 .......... 11.64
8.00-15 ........ 10.44 8.00-15 .......... 12.79
8.20-15 .......... 10.88 8.20-15 .......... 13.33
Above allowances apply on brand new 1955 tires
while stocks last


Yes, we sold out our entire stock and we


want to apologize to the hundreds of cus-
tomers we had to disappoint. But here's
good news! We just received another big
shipment of brand new Firestone "500" Nyloq
Tires and we're offering them at the same
low price as before. Don't wait this time.
These may be the last tires we can get t ,
sell at this amazingly low price!


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also played well. Clifford Wimberly
and Jim Terry scored 5B's only
field goals.
The tournament is being jointly
sponsored by the Senior Intramur-
al Board from the high school and
the grammar school physical edu-
David Jump.
The following teams, their spon-
sors and coaches are entered in the
tournament: 6A, Mrs. Royce Dick-
ens, sponsor; Wayne Taylor, coach,
6B, Mrs. Sarah Fite, sponsor; Wil-
ford Elliott, coach. OC, Frank
Barnes, sponsor; Jimmy Marlow,
coach. 5A Mrs. Ester Rybus,-spon-
soi; Robert Nedley, coach. 5B, Mrs.
Betty Anchors, sponsor; Terry Hi-
note, coach. 4ABC, Yvonne Straughn
sponsor; Walter Wilder, coach.
The second round found first
seeded 6A meeting 5A in the open-
ing game on Wednesday night.
Second seeded 6B played 6C in the
second. game. The results of these
games were not available at press
time.
The finals will be played tonight.
The winners of the 6A and 5A
game will meet the winner of the
6B and 6C game for the champion-
ship. The losers of these games
will play for third place. The first
game will be played at 7:00 p.m.
and the championship game at


Ire$tone-


Dr. Peter Ruckman To
Appear At Highland View
Dr. Peter Ruckman, well-known
TV artist-evangelist, will be the
featured guest at the Highland
View Baptist Church Saturday nite

8.00 p.m.
The youthful participants in this
tournament substitute unboundedd
enthusiasm for any lack of tech-
nique that they may have.
There is no admission charge.
Everyone who is interested in the
youngsters of this community is
invited to attend the games. The
parents of participating players are
urged to enjoy this activity with
their children.
The final results of the tourna-
ment will be announced next week.


1017 Woodward Ave.


at 8 p.m.
This will be the regular month-
ly "Youth Service" of the church,
but people of every age are invited, -
said the pastor.
Other attractions, will be a Bible
Quiz and special music.



G. S. 'Jack' Croxton
Candidate For
County Commissioner
DISTRICT 3
If elected I 'will work for ad-
varicement and progress in Gulf
County at all times. Your vote..
and -support will be greatly.ap-
preciated.
(Paid Political Adv.)


Phone 7-3046


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AZALEAS SHRUBS CAMELLIAS
I sell for ROGERS' NURSERY at the same price you
pay at Wewahitchka
Your 'Business Will 'Be Appreciated
MRS. E. H. VITTUM


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