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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 22, 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. JOE
A Progreulve ,
Community With a
Modern, Programlve
Weekly Newspaper


SS. J TAR
7ort St. Joe -The Outlet Part for the Apalachicola-Ghattahoochee Valley"


S THE 4 (STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County
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VOLUME XIX $3.00 Per Year 'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1956 Single Copy So NUMBER 30


Craig Is Named


'Coach of Year'

Elliott and Wilder Make Big Bend Class B
All Star Team By Nomination

Coach Marion Craig and Shark
cage stars Wilford Elliott and
Walter Wilder were honored this-
week in the Tallahassee Demo-
crat's sports poll among coaches.
Craig was named Coach of the
year by his colleagues and Elliott
and Wilder were named to first
spots on the Big Bend Class B
basketball team. They share the
positions with George Gibson and .
Buddy Brown of Chattahoochee and
Edward Revell of Bristol. .
Wilder and Elliott also made the
second team in the All Big Bend
team, which consisted of candi- .-
da*es from Class A, B and C schools.
Craig, who has been head coach
.here in Port St. Joe got five votes
as head coach of the year. Coach
Jim Pavy of Chattahoochee was
next with two votes and seven
other coaches received one vote
each. Coach Marion Craig
Craig guided Port St. Joe to a B
26-3 record this year and the run-I S LL Barke Is


ner-up spot in both the Northwest
Florida Conference and Group 2-B
Tournaments.


Work To Begin

Today On Blood

Bank Members

Work will begin today on the
"Walking Blood Bank" for Port St.
Joe, when hospital technicians will
begin typing ,the blood of St, Joe
PrIpe' Company epvnloy-Ce .,.
hP't&ain wil :.yp, all the paper
company i-,il .._-es am, tIe-n beIrin
work on the citizen, iu the city.
The work i being done free of
charge by the hospital personnel
. and the doctors of Port St. Joe.
When completed, it will give the-
hospital a complete file of all type?-
obf blood available in the; oity for
transfusions.
A oolimittee composed of Dog-
tors, Wayne Hendrix, Bill Wager,
Joe Hendrix and John Kramer,
Bill Winters and Bill Whaley laid
the groundwork for the project.


Named To Head

Rotary Club

S. L. Barke, president of the
Florida Bank at Port St. Joe was
Lamed as president for the Rotary
Club for the coming year at a meet-
ing of the Board of Directors last
Thui sday,.
TJarke is a charter member of
the club and has been active in
club ctirities during the past years
servit'g as secretary, treasurer and
director for several yeamr at dj-,
ferent times 1-l haIs also served
on a number of the club's 'stand-
ing and special committees.
Named .to serve with Barke on
the Club's officer roster were L.
S. Biss-ttt, treasurer;. Wayne Ash-
ley, secretary and Jimmy Greer,
-,',-ceanti at Arms.
Nt%.- directors for the coming,
year are WV.ayne Ashley, J. Ijamar
Miller. Thomarn R. Miller, M. P.
Tomlinson, S. L, Barke, L. S. Bis.
sett, Clyde A. Fite,
The new officers will be installed,
un July 1,


Red Cross Workers Start Drive To Raise

Fund Quota; Enthusiasm Reported

C. R. Garraway, fund drive chair- Rev. Lloyd Riley, Oak Grove.
man for Gulf County Red Cross Rev. D. A. Newsome, Highland


Chapter, announces a fine spirit
of cooperation is being shown by
all and the remainder of -his team
have accepted appointment com-
missions as follows:
Mrs. Id'a Lister,, Wewahitchka
division chairman.


J. M. Cleckley Comes

Out For Commission

This is my announcement for
County Commissioner for District
No. 1, Gulf County. -
I have been living here for many
years and the majority of the peo-
ple know me. I will do ni bees.t
for the county's interests.
Oidtimers will remember that I
helpell in the creation of the county
and carried a load of people from
chie area to Tallahassee to vote
for the founding of the county. They
will also remember that I have
built several roads and turned
them over to the county.
I will certainly appreciate your
vote' and support.
Respectfully,'
J. M. Cleckley

TWO .BOYS KILLED BY
AUTO IN WEWAHITCHKA

Two young Wewahitchka, boys,
Michael Melvin, age 1 and Neal
Melvin age 12 were killed instantly
Sunday, at 2:00 p.m. when they
were struck by a car driven by J.
M. Cleckley.
The boys were the sons of Mrs.
Ruby M.elvin and Mrs. Nonie Mel-
vin. Reports, had the two young
boys riding in the street.
No charges have been filed
against Cleckley.


View,
Coleman Tharpe, Kenney's Mill.
.E. A. Twine, Colored division.
Mrs. Tom Coldewey had a kick-
off meeting of the residential sec-
tion captains at the Parish House
last Friday afternoon at 3 p.m.
Col. Ernest Wimberly,-Wayne Butt-
ram and C. R. Garraway made
short talks.
Mrs. Parker Hart and Mrs. Made-
leine Whitaker are hard at work
in the beaches sections and report-
cd approximately 30 memberships
through last Saturday.
Mrs. Ida Lister, had a kick-off
meeting at her home in Wewa-
hifkhka Tuesday. night at 7:00 at-
tended by 15 volunteer workers.
John Blount, chairman of the .St.
Joe business and industrial divi-
sion reports 25% of his quota
reached through Tuesday. He is
ably assisted by Gordon Hallmark,
.IMrs. Grace Meyer, Otto Anderson,
Mrs. Marjorie Carr, Frank Pate,
Joe Christian, Silas Stone, and E.
J. Wood. John feels sure that his
district will meet its quota.

Lions Club Planning
I For Womanless Wedding

The Star has been informed that
in the very near future the Lions
Club of Port St. Joe will invite you
to an old-fashioned "Womrnanless
Y Wedding". All proceeds from this
Y wedding will go towards putting up
an electric scoreboard on the foot-
ball field. The Lions ask your con-
tinued cooperation so that it will
be possible to have this board up
9 by next football season.
Watch this paper for date of "Wo-
t manless Wedding" and other acti-
vities.


TO THE CITIZENS OF PORT ST. JOE .
Your City Commissioners heie a" t thought
and a tremendous amount of time anid i^ connection
with the operation of your Munic.pal d.*.p1
It has been determined that atpprit "''1y 12 .iaddi- .
Stional rooms are needed at this intitui O.ic-h would
provide at least six private rooms. -
Your City Commission will .ittemlip..,; Federal
assistance on this expansion program and -w 1 ieve that
such assistance can be had and will certaitiilyv i. ilierntil
toward that end.-
It is the intention of the City Corinmhs.r tb separate
entirely the dining room and the kitchen froii.T bo spit.l
building so as to eliminate noise and ,-dors lfir m i.n
hospital building. '
Your hospital has no endowment and iy.N-cscs iTn
connection .with the operation has been taken care of by
taxes on the business houses and other ad valorem tax on
property. Practically 95% of the homes in Port St. Joe are
free of taxation by the laws of the State.
A goodly number of' the indigent persons .entering
the hospital are citizens of Port St. Joe while quite a few are
from other than the City of Port St. Joe but mostly from
Gulf County. Th ibseing. the case, it is the intention of
your City Commissioners to appeal to the County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County to make an annual contribution to-
ward the operation of this institution for the care of such
indigent or other people who are wards of Gulf County,
this, of course, will go to assist and help make up any losses
that might be sustained on account of the care for those who
are unable to pay their obligations.
Since the building of the hospital some 15 years ago,
very little if any improvements have been made and it is
in need of considerable repairs and equipment to bring
it u pto a modern hospital that you would be proud of.
Certainly the citizens of this community pay a utility
tax on gas, telephone and light bills and a portion of this
tax goes toward the paying off of the obligation on the City
Hall (which we are sure you are proud of). Some small
portion of it goes to paying for fire protection, such as wa-
ter hydrants, volunteer fire department and the cost thereof,
which is for the protection of our homes.
The City Commission has the very highest type person-
nel at the hospital in the super isor% capacity, anaesthe-
List, technician and laboratory, ts well as thet.,. rw s and
their assistants. Please bear in mind that the supervisory
forces of this institution are on duty at least 24 hours per
day, or at least on call rcg_-.rdle.- of the hour or time of
need.- These people make thefi~elves available for your
protection be it 8:00 in the morning or 4:30 in the morn-
ing, or any other time, and it behooves each of us to give
these people the very best that we can and in so doing we
are giving aid and assistance to the people of the community.
We sincerely trust and hope that you will lend your,
vote toward this improvement, which is sorely needed, come
Tuesday, March 27 by voting for the utility taxi It cannot,
be -o'\ er much on any one of us and for the good that
will ihure to the City of Port St. Joe it seems that, no one
should hesitate to approve and vote for this tax, and we
sincerely trust that you will.
We also wait to point out that this tax ordinance is
automatically taken off the books when the expansion to the
hospital, which will amount to about $50,000 has been paid
off.

Respectfully,
JOE L. SHARIT
GORDON HALLMARK
WESLEY R. RAMSEY
WATSON SMITH
CLIFFORD THARPE


CARD OF THANKS


Attend Funeral


I wish to express my thanks to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prid
all my friends who remembered Mr and Mrs at-
me in my sorrow in the loss of my tended the funeral of R. S. Upshaw,
brother, by sending flowers and brother of Mrs. Pridgeon in Bir-
cards arid by other acts of kind- mi'g-am last week.
ness. May God bless you all. ---- -- -
MRS. W. C. PRIDGEON Send The Star To A Friend


AND NOBODY WAS KILLED


ONE MAN received a broken leg, one man received a few cuts
and bruises and one man wasn't even treated by a doctor
after they were cut out of what was left of this plup wood
truck last week. -It struck the back of another pulp wood
truck. (a not-so-good photo)


24 Candidates Seeking



1I countyy Office Seats


Registrar Will Be

Here Today To

Register Voters Tue
candid
Movement Is Sponsored resist
By Kiwanis Club put t
line a


The Kiwanis Club is sponsoring
a drive to enlist voters to register
and re-rgister for County, State
and National elections.
According to the Gulf County
method of registration, every vot-
er must re-register every four years
in order to keep the voting lists
up to date. Recently cards for re-
registration were sent -out and all
have not been returned. Those not
returning their cards will be in-
eligible to vote in the coming elec-
tions. Also a new precinct has been
formed South of Sixteenth Street
which will require these people to
re-register.
The County Registrar will be in
the City Hall Thursday and Fri-
day, March 22, 23 from 9:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. each day for you to
i register.


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High School Band Leave

To Attend Distri

The Port St. Joe High School annua


band will leave Friday afternoon,
March 23 for Fort Waltii Beach
where they will take part in the


Youth Revival Set
For Highland View

A Youth Revival will be held at
the Highland View Methodist
Church beginning Thursday night,
March 29,, and ending April 2,
These dates are the spring holi-
days in the school calendar and
all young people are urged to make
these "holy days" for God's Spirit
to move. Evangelist for the services
will be Rev. Joe Register, pastor
Springfield Methodist Church, Pana-
ma City. Pianist for the revival
will be Mrs. Joe Register. Services
will be held nightly at 7:45.
'The young people of Highland
View Methodist Church extend a
hearty invitation to all other young
people \of Highland View and Port
St. Joe to attend the Youth Revival.

T. D. (Doc) Whitfield
Announces For Sheriff

T. D. (Doc) Whitfield this week
announced his candidacy for the
office of Sheriff of Gulf County,
sa.bject to the Democratic Primary
of May 8, 1956.
Whitfield said, "If the voters of
Gulf County will honor me with
this important office, I pledge to
carry out the duties of the office
to the highest standard and in such
way that no one will be sorry they
voted for me."
"I have served. the people of
Wewahitchka as their City Police
and the people of Gulf County as
County Commisisoner, and I be-
lieve that in both these capacities
that I give the kind of service that
would merit the confidence of all
the people of Gulf County to let
me serve as their Sheriff.

Ministers Alliance Is
Sponsoring Poster Contest

"Evils of Alcoholic Beverages",
is the theme of the PosteP Contest
being conducted by the Port St.
Joe Minister's Alliance.
The contest is open to any stu-
dent in the Port St. Joe High
School, except children of the Min-
ister's Alliance. Cash awards will
be given for the first, second and
third best poster. The first prize is
$15, the second is $10 and the third
prize is $5.00.
L, F, Adams and Lloyd Riley,
poster ch.-,irmen, can furnish all
details to those desiring to call.


test.
A fi
test v


Six Incumbents Go Back In Office

With No Opposition

sday noon at the deadline for fied to run for 10 positions In the
dates for county orifices to county government. Six of the 10
er, 24 avowed candidates had candidates have no opposition.
heir name and money on the Following is a list of the offices
%s candidates for the May 8 up for filling and the candidates'
on. who are seeking them:
*se 24 candidates have quali- Sheriff, Incumbent Byrd E. Par-
ier and T. D. "Doe" Whitfield.
O n, County Judge, Incumbent J. E.
Dting Organizes Pridgeon and Sam P. Husband.
Baseball Tea Tax Collector: Harland 0. Prid-
aints Baseball eam eon, incumbent and Walter T.
Stafford.
meeting was held at the Tax Assessor, Samuel A. Patrick.
ida Power Lounge .Tuesday Clerk Circuit Court, George Y.
t, March 2Q, for the purpose Core.
organizing the "St. Joe Saints" 'Supervisor of Registration, Mrs.
bal Iteam. C. G. Rish.
ans were made to field a Superintendent of Public Instruc-
ball team composed of local tion, Thomas A. Owens.
it, to participate in the Gulf Harbor Master, H. M. "Bill" Ham-
;t League. Bascom Hamm mock.
be manager for the coming County Commissioner, District 1
on. Manager Hamm requests Henry Bozeman, Clyde Brogdon, J.
,ho are interested in, playing M. Cleckley, W. C. Roche and A.
neet with him at the local J. Strickland.
park 'Sunday, March 25 at County Commissioner, District 3,.
p.m. G. S. "Jack" Crouton, Incumbent,
Parker G. Hart and Peter G.
Strange.
s Tomorrow County Commissioner, District 5
B n F t Incumbent, George W. Cooper and
ct Band Festival o Ter poltwint
tMemnber Board of Pnubtlic Istrunc-
tion, District 3, Carter Ward.
A Sixth District Band con- "- Memlber Board of Public Instruc-
tion, District 4, Incumbent, J. B.
eld show and marching con- Harris and C. E. "Peck" Boyer.
kill be held Friday night in


Meigs Stadium beginning 'at 7:30
p.m. Twenty-two high school bands Harland Pridgeon Is
from Northwest Florida will parti-
cipate in this event. Each band will Up For Re-Election
perform a show as well as execute
nine required drills for the judges. Harland Pridgeon, incumbent in
A massed band concert will con- the Tax Collector's office, has de-
elude this portion of the official cared himself available for the job
contest. The .St. Joe band will again. He paid his qualification
march before the judges at 9:06 fee several weeks ago.
p.m. Friday night .. Pridgeon was born in Gulf
The local band Is scheduled to County and has spent all of- his
play the concert contest at 1:00 44 years within its boundaries ex-
p.m. on Saturday, March 24. Im- eepting a period during the war
mediately following this event, the when he was employed at the
St. Joe band will sight read in the Wainwright shipyards at Panama
adjoining school library. Visitors City. There, from 1943 through
are welcome to observe any, or all, 1945 he held positions as cost ac-
of 'these contest events. However, countant and finance officer.
admission will be charged for the In 1952, -after several years with
Friday night band pageantry. the Game. and Fresh Water Comn-
The Port St. Joe band will leave mission as Wildlife Officer, on
Fort Walton at 3:00 p.m. Saturday June 30, he resigned to run for the
for "he return trip home. office of Tax Collector, vacated
TIe public is cordially invited to when his father, Edd C. Pridgeon,
at'enu -the band festival in Fort died.
VWalton Beach on March 23 and 24. -
Come out and support your band. Visitors From Pensacola
Familiar faces in the audience will Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris and
add greatly to the morale of your daughter visited with Mr. and Mrs.
barfd students. W. C. Pridgeon over the week end.


Little Boy's Baseball League Lays

Plans For Coming Season's Play

W Rh T k In a meeting Monday night at
.* C .Roche T o eek the City Hall the Board of the Lit-
mrnmission Pnst tle Boy's League completed plans
..... for remodeling the park by revers-
iug the home plate to the other
I hereby announce my candidacy side of the field and installing
for County Commissioner of Gulf
County from District No. 1. I was lights. Last year too many base-
privileged to serve as your County balls were lost in the drainage
Commissioner for six consecutive ditch running through the park.
years, 1943-1848, inclusive, and I The city has offered to move the
feel that I am justified in being
proud of the accomplishments rea-back stop and enlarge the field. This
lized by our county during my will include moving the fence back-
terms in office. I am particularly from the present position.
prideful of the fact that county
indebtedness was reduced by more It was announced that tryouts
than $450,000.00 during my tenure and registration will star on Mon-
in office and ;his in spite of the day, April 9. All mothers are be-
fact that the county tax millage ing asked to meet at the Elemen-
was substantially reauiced each
year. At the same time we started tarv School and bring birth certi-
one of the greatest road building ficates. The meeting will be held
and paving projects ever put forth at 8 p.m.
in Gulf County history. I sincerely
solicit your vo:e and support and In making the announcement,
will be glad to discuss with you To-1 Coldewey, president, stated
any matters concerning the county, that players option will be held on
at any time, either prior to or af- M11nday, April 23 and that all boys
ter the election. W. C. ROCHE in the Port St. Joe, White City,
.Highland View and Oak Grov4
areas are qualified to play on the
Twenty-five million people sub- .our teams in the league. A barbe-
scribed 23 billion dollars ,to the five cue dinner is planned for Saturday
Liverty Loans during the First night, April 7 at Centennial Park
World War. to raise money for the year's op-
"ratiUn of the league. T,.phlie. will
a a: .- :SuIts be awarded at this time.






THURBDtAY, MAlPOH1 I
147 71--L h'T


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a! Ii ALn ...... five-tiered golden frosted cake
Kich's Observe Their l adorned with ldmass of yllowake
Golden Anniversary ing. rosebuds
Yellow single stemmed roses in
Mr and Mrs. Harmon Elijah crystal centered the buffet flanked
Rich were honored with a Gden by yellow burning gtapers in three-
Rich were honored with a h branched candleabrum. Calla lilies
Anniversary Reception, March 18 branched crytadleabrumppointment adorned
between the hours of one and five and crystal appointments adorned
o'clock by their children, Ernest the table holding the guest regis-
Rich, Clyde Rich, Lucille Rich try-
Sherfield, Essie G. Rich Hender- Presiding over the coffee service
- nn and Earl Rich. The reception was Mrs. Jack Sheffield. Serving


was held in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Sheffield on Woodward
Avenue.
Masses of yellow and golden
hued gladioli, roses, chrysanthe-
mums, pom poms, calla lilies, iris
and tulips lighted by yellow aperss
were used throughout the rooms.
The guests were greeted at the
door by Mrs. Ernest Rich.
Mrs. Rich chose for the occasion,
a navy ,blue crepe. over satin. The
street length gown was adorned
with a midnight blue chantilly ace
foke and the pointed sleeves wer
of the same lace over crepe. She
wore a pair of pearl earrings. Her
corsage was of yellow carnations
tied with yellow ribbons.
Mr. and Mrs. Rich moved to Port
St. Joe 16 years ago from Iron City,
Ga., where Mr. Rich was engaged
in farming. He was employed by
the Si, Joe Paper Company for
several years before retiring nine
years ago. Both Mr. and Mrs. Rich
are members of the Free Will Bap-
tist Church of Enterprise, Ala.,
near Iron City.


the punch and cake was Mrs. Bill
Rich and cutting the cake was
Mrs. John Rich. Mrs. L. Z. Hender-
son was in charge of the gifts.
Presiding over the registry 'was
Mrs. Carolyn Schultz and Mrs. E.
J. Rich.
Prior to the reception, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Sheffield entertained
with a luncheon for 47 members of
the immediate family. They were
assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Rich and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rich
and Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Hendersqn.
Out of town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Rich and children Betty,
Joe Ann, Earlene, Pee Wee, Jack-
ie and Donnie of Marianna; J. L.
Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hand and
daughter Linnie and Edwina of Iron
City; Armand Roone of Sneads;
Mr. and Mrs. Eustice Rich and Mrs.
Thornhill of Bainbridge, Ga.; Mrs.
Lorena Kendrick and Mrs. Ben
Rich of Bainbridge, Ga.; Mrs. Car-
olyn Rich Schultz of Bainbridge,
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ard of
Brinson, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
and Clarence Waddell, Iron City,


The Golden Anniversary Table Ia., J Aimteo
was overlaid in antique goel ace and George W. Anglemeyer, of Iron
over yellow linen centered with a Ci*y, Ga.
.......44.44<(44 > e G ** *-


OPEN HOU.RS: Sunday and Weekdays, 2:45 p.m., Saturday, 12:45 p.m.

THURSDAY and FRIDAY

Where Svinal Was the
Only Law!


SThe 1T RP ONT'

ICTOR MAURE- GUY MAiDISON- ROBffIR RESIGN
AMNE BACROFI-lAMlES WIllMOlRE
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SATURDAY ONLY
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ExP~ss


CHAPTER 8 of SERIAL
"THE BLACK ARROW"

SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY


"ROLL OUT THE OSCARS!" EWSWEEKMagin

Frank
SINATRA
Eleanor
PARKER
SNKim -
NOVAK


WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY


Richards Will Preach At t. Joe High Names
Highland View Church Citizens For Month
On Sunday nigh, March 25, Hu-
bert E. Richards, outstanding lay- Miss Sonjia Ann Blount and Miss
man of First Methodist Church, Martha McIntosh were chosen as
Port St. Joe, wil Ispeak at the citizens of the month for March.
Highland View Methodist Church. Students nominated by the facul-
This will climax and bring to a ty were these two students, Celia
visible closing the church attend- Tomlinson and Jackie Mitchell of
ance crusade which has been in the senior high 'and Jackie Camp-
opw nation for three months. Theme bell and David Odum from the jun-
of 'he church attendance movement ior high.
has been "God is our Strength." Miss Blount is the daughter of
Special music will be featured Mr. and Mrs. John.Blount. Jr., and
by the Lovett family and by great ser-1-i% ., editor ol the Purple
-congregational singing led by A. NVae. Port St. Joe .Hi-gh School
B. Pratt, minister of music, pap,' r, ; aso in, mana-
Mr. Richards has been principal ger .:.t tfe A.i n.al. The Monument.
of the Port St. Joe Grammar She -..* e ,- ll.el Miss St Joe High
School for the last six years and and -. v-,,red le pre'tifet in this
is past president of the Kiwanis year', ''li,.,'. Who electrion She is
Club. a n,e:-Iu~r ,tof-the .-enior Honor So-
The pastor, Rev. Douglas New- clet., ,, Pep Club. tihe Tri-Hi-Y,


some,, extends a cordial welcome
to everyone to enjoy this great
service.


the inrnrtur'.iioard and has been
a ci-e.=rvi-a er f'r [Th. pr.'-st three
year- 12 1 jii rem oer :f the First
|Me ii.. Church.


MAKE DEAN'S LIST .I.f. cnto.h is the daughter of
AT FLORIDA STATE
TALLAHASSEE Thomas R. the R. v and Mrs. Fred McIntosh
Miller and Laura A. Geddie, Port of :'- i tinni Viev. She i- v~ice-presi-
St. Joe, have been named to the de.(t of t1 he t-C hmer,)on and is
Florida State University Dean's a member of the Glee Club. She is
List.. a member of the Junior Tri-Hi-Y
The academic period for which iand was named to the all "A"
they earned recognition was the honor roll for the firstsemester.
first semester, September through She is a member of the Assembly
January. of God Church of Highland View.


GARDEN CLUB LECTURE
at

Elementary School Auditorium
FRIDAY EVENING, 8:00 P.M.


Guest Speaker

EDWIN A.

MENNINGER
Noted authority on
Flowering Trees


To Speak on Flowering Trees and
Community Beautification
COLORED FILM WILL BE SHOWN
NO ADMISSION
Everyone Invited and Urged To Attend


BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M.

FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:00 P. M.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY TUESDAY



170 Elle 4/3
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SUNDAY, MONDAY


'B '-- -'" ...JAN STERLING



Play HOLLYWOOD
Every Tuesday Night


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ROSASLLI FERNANDO
RUSSELL' LAMAS
Eddie Albert
Gloria De Haven
*....A. J. .AMES GLEASON /
Fredes Ba sson Robet hprosht
Ro mert Pirosh and Jerome D-av1s.



Wednesday & Thursday


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SPECIALS FOR THURS. THRU WED., MARCH 22 THROUGH 28

L. C. PACKING CO., SMOKED TENDERIZED
TenderWhole orHalf, lb.39 c
denied sliced, lb. 49
SMOKE SUG R CURD SE INOL


FRESH
PORK SHOULDER


lb. 23c


FRESH
PORK BACKBONE lb. 29c

FRESH
PORK SIDES lb. 23c


REGISTER'S GREEN HILL
SAUSAGE


Slb. 39c


DOTHAN STYLE
SAUSAGE Ib. 29c

SKINLESS
WEINERS lb. 29c


SELECTED
BEEF LIVER


SELECTED
PORK LIVER


WISCONSIN STATE
HOOP CHEESE


lb. 29c


lb. 29c


lb. 49c


SMOKED SUGAR CURED SEMINOLE
SLAB BACON lb. 22c
SMOKED SUGAR CURED SEMINOLE
SLICED BACON lb. 29c
DRESSED and DRAWN
Go. Grade 'A' FRYERS lb. 39c

FRESH ,PIG FEET and
NECK BONES. lb. Oc
U. S. GOOD FRESH GROUND
HAMBURGER 4 ibs. $1.00
PURE PORK PAN 4
PAN SAUSAGE 4 lbs. $1.00
FRESH -
PORK HAM lb. 39c
MEATY SMOKED
HAM HOCKS lb. 15c
FRESH
PIG EARS lb. 19c


FRESH
PORK CHOPS


Ib. 39c


Streak-O-Lean Swift's Branded Oxfor t Sides DRY SALT


White Meat c

NABISCO ARMOUR STAR
VANILLA WAFERS g. box 31c Cooking Oil No. 10 jug $1.29
NABISCO PREMIUM WHITE
CRACKERS b. box 25c POTATOES 10 lbs. 39c
POUND PACKAGE GREEN HEAD
OLEOMARGARINE 19c CABBAGE lb. 3c
SUGAR CURED GOLDEN RIPE
PICNIC HAMS lb. 25c BANANAS lb. 10c
ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising U. S. GOOD
FLOUR 5 Ibs. 39c ROUND STEAK lb. 59c
ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising KILN DRIED
FLOUR 10 lbs. 89c SWEET POTATOES lb. 5c
ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising ALL KINDS
FLOUR 25 lbs. $1.74 SOFT DRINKS 3 for 10c
JIM DANDY U. S. GOOD RIB and
GRITS 2 pkgs. 25c BRISKET STEW lb. 19c
PURE HOLLYWOOD
PORK FAT No. 5 jug 45c CANDY BARS 3 for 10c
PURE FRESH INDIAN PASS
PORK FAT, No. 10 jug 79c OYSTERS pint 59c


FOR EASTER Plenty of Fresh Ga. Un classified


Large CEG f S-


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Sportsman Club Has wa dofiated by Jo6e racewell.
Sportsman Club Has Th purpose In building-the camp
Completed Camp Site to promoteetterportsman-

The Sportsman Club of the Port All that the. club has accomplish-
St. Joe High School has completed ed this year, came about through
a $1,5C0 camp on the site donated a group of hard working officers
them on the Chipola River, by Mr. and co-operative club mmebers. Of-
Wuitfield of Wewahitchka. The 25 ficers for this year are president,
members have been working on Dick Dawson; vice-president, Bert
week ends and holidays to corn- Munn, Jr.; secretary, Charles
plete this came. Smith; treasurer, Bruce Parker.
plt is camJames Traweek is club sponsor.
To finance this project, the club ____ _
members paid dues of $1.00 a week Guests of Parents
for three weeks. With the help of
Riotard Dawson as supervisor of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
building, the camp not only has Robert Smith and sons over the
-their building, but a gas stove and week end were their oldest son,
an electric plant. Lumber for the Bob, student at Auburn; Walter
building was donated by Percy Culley of Tallahassee; Claud Pi-
Fleishel and W. 0. Howard of the lant and Bill McQuagge of Marian-
St. Joe Lumber and Export Corn- na.
pany; Cardbodrd was donated by
Terry Hinote of the St. Joe Pa- Visiting With Chasons
per Company box plant. Tin for Mrs. Ivy chason, sister-in-law of
the roof was purchased by the club A. S. Chason is visiting this week
from the St. Joe Hardware at $150. in the homes .of A. S. and W. L.
by the members. ,The gas stove Chason and families:


HJH6-S- 8HOoL--PTA
WILL MEET TONIGHT
The Port St. Joe High School
PTA will meet at the High School
on Thursday night, .this week- at
8:00 p.m.
Some important matters of busi-
ness will be discussed and a very
,.''r:tlnr program has been ar-
ranged. All patrons and friends are
uiged to attend.

IT'S

ELECTRIC
COMPANY

FOR EXPERT
trkzd Repairs
and
ConrDIAL BA 7-433inq
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Boyles Dept. Stores'


Port St. Joe's Leading Department Store


Lit
To make you look your pretty
best for Easter!
Choose your Junior sizes from "Jonathon
Logan", "Doris Dodson" "Jollie Jr's"
"Shirley Lee" "Carol 'Rodgers". Sizes 5
to 15
SChoose your misses and half sizes from
"Miss Peg Palmer" "Pat Perkins" "Geor-
glanna". Sizes 10 to 20. 14/2 to 24Y/2.

$5.95 to,

8V $1450


E EE F'lEE
DRESS OF YOUR CHOICE
Given away Saturday before Easter
"SAVE A DRESS TAG"
Ask Your Favorite Saleslady About Details



Lovely styles In EASTER EGG COLORS. "Kate Gr"eaway" "Peachee 'N
Cream". 'SIzes 1 to 3, 3 to 6X, 7 to 14.
Choose from nylons, cottons and blended fabrics. Frilly and flosele. For
the lady of discriminating taste. 1

$2.98 to $7.95

MILLINERY FOR ALL AGES


Ages I to 3 years --------$1.00 to $2.98
Ages 4 to 16 Years ---- $1.98 to $3.98
Ages 17 to 80 Years ------$2.98 to $3.98
Perky and pretty with that little extra something that says "EASTER"

MEN'S, WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'

Dres Shoes
FOR MEN: Rand and Randcraft, 6 to 12

5.

FOR LADIES: Natural Bridge, Trim-Tred, Sandra,
Harvey and Joyfuls. Sizes 4 to 10




FOR CHILDREN: Poll Parrot, Scamperoos, Little 2
to big 3.
SI... =


BOYS' SUITS
and SPORT COATS
1 to 4, Short Pant Suits -- $4.98
4 to 7, Long Pant Suits -- $5.95 (
5 to 7, Long Coats ---- $5.95
8 18 Sport Coats $9.95, $14,75


MIen's Slacks
For casual and dress wear. Wash and wear, tropicals,
gabardines and others. Sizes 28 to 42.
$5.95 to $9.95


Van Heusen


Shirts


$2.95 and $3.95

SPECIAL PRICE

WHITE DRESS SHIRT ------$1.98

Men --TIES$1.50 $2.00
Men s TIES ..........$1.50 $2.00


BOY'S DRESS SHIRTS
With cuff links and bow tie. Sizes 3 to 6
With Cuff Links Sizes 6 to 16 White Broadcloth


MEN'S




Dacron and Rayon --------- $24.95
Dacron and Wool ----------- $39.50


MADE TO MEASURE SUITS
By GLOBE TAILORING COMPANY







les Sp rt Coats
Flannels and linen weave. Many patterns including solid white. 36 to 42


SPORT SHIRTS
$1.98 $3.95

SPECIAL BUY
TOWELS
20X40 Bath Size
4 for $1.00
Wash Cloths 18 for $1.00


Big Thick Thirsty


T-UERISH ll

By'Cannon
22 X 44 a
69c
26 X 48 Extra Heavy pL

MATCHING CLOTHS --- 15c pa

Boyles offers the most complete selection of Spring

Piece Goods

EVER SEEN IN PORT ST. JOE
PRINTED PONGEE yard 98c
Printed or solid fine butcher weave. Gingham check. Printed and solid cham-
bray and many others. Dotted Swiss
PURE IRISH LINEN yard $1.29
BATES DISCIPLINED COTTON yard $1.19
Solids and prints. Printed and solid sail cloth.
PRINTED DRIP DRY COTTON -.--.. 79c
Highland Park ginghams. Crinkle crease cotton.
QUADRIGA PRINTS and SOLIDS 49c
PRINTED LAWNS 39c
SUMMER SHEERS 59c
COTTON DRESS PRINTS ---- 4 yards $1.00
SPECIAL PURCHASE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY
* Light weight woven Full Size 82X90.
BED SPREADS- --------$1.00


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LADIES HOSIERY
51 Gauge -----79, $1.25
60 Gauge $1.19, $1.35
66 Gauge $1.50
SPECIAL PURCHASE
HOSE 99c
Slightly Irregular, 75 gauge, 10 den-
ier. If perfect, would be $1.95. Ter-
rific value. Frankly we haven't
been able to find the defects.
LINGERIE
For your every need
"Sans Soucl", "Mojud", "Seam-
prufe", "Archdale"'. "Ci'rol'
Schrank's"
Cotton and Nylon
SLIPS $1.59, $6.95
Cotton and Nylon
PANTIES 49c, $1.95

FOUNDATIONS By
"Gossard", "Loveable" and "Sans
Soucl". The basls of your good,
looks.
Cotton and Rayon
Brassieres $1.00, $3.95
. Girdles $2.98, $12.50
GIRLS' LINGERIE
Cotton Slips $1.00
Cotton and Nylon
Panties 39c, $1.00


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THiURSDAY, MARCH '1 10


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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESSY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
AlUo Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
Reporter. Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, O3.00 SIX MONTHS $130
THERE MONTHS $127.15
SU8SORIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
fittered as second-cess matter, December 19, 1987, at the
Poetcffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-38161

TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions In adre
Stisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damage further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed wlrd
Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word thoroughly cuovinces. The spoken word
Ik lgot, the priuted word remains.


KEEP YOUR FINGERS CROSSED
Perhaps, by 1960, .we shall be rid of the out-
moded electoral college system of choosing our
president by which the big cities have en-
joyed inordinate political power and the poten-
St'al for upsetting the will of a national majority.
Senate sponsors of the reform are now
dgieed on a compromise measure that combines
the Daniel-Kefauver plan and the Mundt-Cou-
cdert plan, and its chief backers, Senator Price
Daniel, (Dem) of Texas, and Senator Karl
Mundt, (Rep) of South Dakota predict its pas-
sage.
Each of the component plans having run
into opposition in the past, the new joint Sen-
'ate-House resolution for amendment to the Con-
stitution offers the states their choice of either
-and seems likely therefore to achieve the neces-
sary two-thirds majority in both houses and
ratification by 368or more" of the states.
Under the Daniel-Kefauver plan, each of
the three leading candidates for President would
receive a share of the state's electoral vote exact-
ly proportional to his portion of the popular
vote.
But, if a state legislature prefers, it may


adopt the Mundt-Coudert plan providing for n Education Wall o. Supp ...... Star Want A Brne Quick Rsults At Small Cost.
F. A. Owens Pub. Co., ,p.t 11.25 'Prow'o Trucking Co., HlAtling dirt 40.00 A Sa...
the selection of electors "in the same manner in st JaeBuilders Sup.Co, supplies .. .07 George Washington High School, E -xpenses' 1-
which its senators and representatives are cnSe. Co., Inc,Sup...... 41.03 Gulf Oil Corp, Gas & Oil.... .. Al REPAIRED and RECORED
--re a. M. Hale & Co., Sup..........16SO DISTRICT NO..I 'FUND
n Hamilton Beach Co., Sup. ........ 24.00 The Star Pub,- Co., Printing ..... t168 EAIED, a R ED
chosen." Buzzett's Drug Store, Sup. ...... 18.00 Harland Pridzeon, Commission ... 26.1U CLEANED, FLUSHED
Without going into the relative merits of A.C. SCiur g &Co., .Sup....... aad BOND FUND NO. 12.12
the two options, selection of either would free Fuller's Sup. Co., Sup.- ......e.. 2.50 BOND FUND NO. 2 1.72 STARTNERATORS
oth Atlantic Book & Bible House, arlandPridgeon, Commission .... 1.72SdI
the nation once and for all from the present vi- Sports Illustrated, Supplies ........ 600
Sunr ativ and rac arguerite Hardy, Travel .......... 21.82 ---REPAIRED and EXCHANGED
cious, unrepresentative and undemocratic sysQuality Gro. & Mkt., Supplies ...... 8.49 PINs rhT E
tem by which the winner of the narrowest ma-. Webb c to $5.00 Store, Supplies 5.1 MINUTES OF THE
Port St. Joe Elementary School
jority in any state wins all the electoral votes of Refund Postage ............. 72 COUNTY COMMISSION
Revell's IGA Store,, Supplies .......6.34 P a te
the state. It should free the states from the J. E. Whatley Typewriter Co, Servcies Fe- *wv
and Supplies. ............. 29.35 WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDAR .1
grip of its big cities, and politics of much of its B. B. Scisson, Refund on Trip .... 5.75 MARCH 6, 1956
rKeenan Welding Sup. Co., Supplies .. 6.90 The Board of County Commissioners of
skulduggery. Standard Oil Co., Fuel O ....55 Gulf County, Florida met this date in reg- Phone BAIl 7-9291 223 Monument Ave.
S.utheru Liquid Gas Co., Gas ... *63 ular monthly session, with the following
.. ..... Jesse Dawson, Wood ............ 8500 m-mbers present: E. C. Harden, Sr., chair-
West iea Gas & Fuel Co., Gas .... 9970man J. C. Price, T Whitfield, Parker BS a aa. -- ,-4-4 .. .illima
HOW TO RUN AGAIN Fla. Power Corp., Elec. Energy for PSJ 27G. Hart and George W. Cooper The Clerk, _
Schools ...................769.27 Sheriff, Attorneys and Road, Superintendent
Now that we're hearing gso much about the Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative, Elee, were also present.
Energy for Wewa Schools .... 155.06 The meeting came to order at 9:00 a.m..
health of our presidents-back to William Henry Conne Water Works, er for Wewa The min utes of the meetings of Fabru. UI D
School .....................30.00 ary 7th and u 7th were read, approved and
Harrison, the first to be srticken inthe White ityof Port St. Joe, Sewerage fee for PS adopted nd th were rea
Schools ....................30.00 A discussion was had with reference to M ODEL
House-some consideration of the state of our The Sanfx dCo., Supplies .......132.3 the proposasioffered by Senator George G.ODE
SGa. Chem. Co., Inc., ,j.v. ....... 86.25 Tapper at the last special meeting of Feb-M D
own chassis is a normal and inevitable reaction. tington Lab., Inc, .......76.80 ary 27, 1956, in which he explained a
Some mornings, of course, we feel mighty possible method of financing the const PAIR
Some mornings, of course, we feel mighty Center Client Co.;,v,'; ...... 115:50 tio of a (lai and road across 4he lowerP I
low .. but on others we could like our weight ew Plumb. & i Supplies 17.50 Dead Lakes. After lengthy discussion, Comm.
low but on others we could like our weight Lonnie Gay, Pumping out Septic tanks at Cooper offered the" i11..,.. motion, see-
PSJ Schools ................315.00 ended by Comm. 11It,.. rd'dupon vote
in postage stamps. By and large there's noth- st. Joe Hardware Co., Supplies 3073 wasunnimously carried, that heounty M NTH
in m t m wi m o u Gulf Ilddwe. & Sup. (. -,i...... 21.60 take under advisement tile possibility of P MONTHS
ing much the matter with most of us adult Kennedy's Elec. & ,, Supplies ,.,... lam across the lower end of the .
Amrca........................19.75 J..L.. ]i-. to be financed with a portion
Americans that some judicious exercise woh't St. Joe Furniture & Appl. Co., Supplies l of the secondary road funds an a o TO TO
some..urnitur .....pp ....o 19.66 County funds that may be available and TO VT
take care of. Except for eating too much, sitt- Gaskin Bros. Lumber Co., Supplies 1029 that til ........ gate this matter to PAY
ing too much and burning too much midnight F M aniel, Supplies .........1.40 determine ...... .. and the cost of the
Stoo much and burning too much midnight ) Bridges, Lahbor............. 800 'construction and the availability of funds
oeretax we'd be pretty good Bill's plumb. Sen',, Sup. & Labor 21.50 and the extent of cooperation from the
oil over theincome tax we'd be in pretty good eson Corp., Supplies .......... 84.63Gam and Fesh Wate .- ssionof
1II. M. McOlhmma, Labor & Sup. 37.33 i.l,,sda; U. S. Corps .1 .i, U,.,. US
oia te h do Sten &b n b 846 dam o n de ae Fisio o NO DOW N PAYM ENT
shape. Etheridge Cab, Shop., Making Tables 48 00 Bureau of Roads and the U. S. Fish and
Not.everybdy to plaerv., Sta., Sup. & Labor 2.00 Wild Life Service,
Not everybody has time to play golf, or Transporting SchoolChildren Carl Glass appeared before the board and
learned how soon enough to want to show off .. sor ho,3000 requested inanci aid. After discussion, ee- SEE OR CALL
his form. Believe it or not, there are people Children .................. 30.00 ended by Comm. Cooper ,and duly carried,
is form. eeve it o'r not, tere are people av Welding Repair. Labor & 'arts 4.0 that Carl OGlass be paid $10.00 per month up p. .. hi
who just don't like golf! And the same limit st- e Mtr. Co., Labor & Parts 67.44 from the County Indigent funds, beginning
,te And te SAame lin viin McGlon's Serv, CGar., Labor & Parts \Nilh thie month of February, 1956. "
....................... 234.78 i ir. F, E Trammell, Supervisor of the. ,'ii ..
tons apply to other virile sports. Many of us Gulf Drug Store, Supplies ...... 40.40 Gulf County Mosquito Control program,
don't have more time for fun and games be- i., CMutllon,, ', .'",, ...i''osal .2 diussd the Mosquito Coatrol program i
cause of the simple botanical fact that grass in- Roche's Appi. Store, Rent on refrigerator Comm, Whitfield offered a resolution.
S...... 50.00 and moved for its i,..r...ht the street 941 1021 Woodward Ave.
sists upon growing-plus the more complicated l.R.&R. Trying Freight 50.46 plans i City of ... be altered.
John Land, Hauling Sup..........60.00( Adoption 9,ndd. by Comm. Price and-
psychological fact that an awful lot of us derive Zion Fair Baptist Church, Rent .. te eputy sheriff of u cou .ni
Reader's Digest Assoc., Supplies. 2.1), ells While, Depty Sheriff of Gulf Coun-
some spiritual satisfaction from a nice lawn. iEducator's r..... Serv., Sup.... 5 .0 o ty presented her bond in the amount of
The Steck 1...........51000.00, with tile Hartford Accident and
Hlanson-Bennett Magazine Agency, proved. M P, TOE ILINSON
Wherefor, you'd think the answer would outhestern p."bo. sCup... ..... 0s Indemnity Co., and the same was duly ap- M P. IOM LINSON
be easy. We could get all the exercise we need Supplies .................. 8.40o The Board entered into a discussion with-
riference to the location of the two Health
by mowing that grass. But we don't. We hire Lie Filmstrip. Supplies E ox pr..........esente the Boa25.00 Cen REALTOR NSURORters
H. 0. ....comb, Supplies....... 1000(0 Ir, 'Roy E. Cix presented, the Board 1-41 REALTOR INSUROR
some kid to do it, and sit on our duff on the Norman 1'. Gross, Prof. Serv .... 909.00 with right of way deed for a road in tn,
R. S. Porter Son Co., -..i. 207.45 Jones Homestead, Section 19, T8S, R10W;
porch watching bins get in trim for the football Bishop Office Equip. (. SUP, 184.50 the same was duly accepted, approved and
porch watching him get in Joseph Tel, & Tel. Co., Soera... 66.04 ordered recorded ic the public Records of 403 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
squad. Perhaps pushing gthe old mower is too Wea Hde. Co., Supplies ...... 17.42 Gulf County, Florida (Recorded in Book ,
much exertion, but it's certain erort St. Joe High Sc ool, Refund on No 29, page 120.
much exertion, but it's certain there's no m Postage, etc................27.51 Continuoed on page 5)
reportt Oil Co Fuel Oil7....... 7,08


in it.


MINUTES OF THE
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
MARCH 6, 1S56
The Boadr of Public Instruction, Gulf
County, Florida, met on the above date in
. Regular Session, with the following mem-
bers present and acting: Carter Ward,
Chairman, J. A. Whitfield, J. B. Harris.
Fennon Talley and Clyde Brogdon were
absent The Superintendent was present and
acting.
The minutes for the preceding meeting
were read and adopted as read.
The Financial Statement for the month
of February was examined and approved.
The Health Report was examined, approv-


ed and ordered filed, before them they did then adjourn to meet
The Superintendent was instructed to r,", in Regular Session, April 3, 1956.
call for bids on four (4) school bus bodies Nfic-1
and chassis. Thomas A.. Owens Carter Ward
The Board voted to visit all of the schools Superinllendent Chairmnin
to determine the necessary repairs to be LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR THE
done. MONTH OF MARCH, 1956
Upon the recommendation of the School GENERAL FUND
Trustees the following were re-appointed for tGeorge W. Carver School, Exp. to ball
the 1956-57 School Year. players ................ $..28.00
-B. B1. Scisson, General Supervisor. Mrs John Land, Sub. Sweeping .... 4.00
R. C. Maddox, Principal, Wewahitchka Alf M.l ,'c--.. Postage ........... 15.00
Ihigh School. Port I-. ,i. School, Lunchroom 410.87
H E. Richards, Principal, Port St. Joe Wewa Ht.l 5.1... Lunchroom .... 442.41
Elementary School. *-*....-. V, il..r. Lunchroom .. 167,14
Leioy Bowdoin, Principal, Port St. Joe -r i... .i ,1. I.... room 601.10
High School. Highland .. i Lunclroom
BH F. Ayers, Principal-Teacher Highland .. ... .................... 178.80
A icw Elementary. Streckland-Gore Musie Co., Instruments
Emile A. Twine, !Principal, George Wash- .................. 722.06
ington Iigh School. Bowen Supply Co., ... .....50 47
There being no further business to come Gaylord Bros., hInc., "r.. .... 14.40


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SOW you can have a counter-top electric
range designed and placed just the way you
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. and you can have your oven built right
into the wall, with warming drawers and stor-.
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There are many makes, combinations anr col-
ors available to suit your taste and your pocket*
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See your dealer NGOW a fa aw.laokJaKIjdma
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'56 DODGE Coronet



it's your King Size Buy!


Luxurious new '56 DODGE CORONET is bigger by far than other
medium-priced cars! Bigger in size, comfort, performance, style! Yet
it is priced right down with' the lowest-priced cars. A big Dodge Coronet
V-8 Lancer hardtop costs only 95 cents a week rore than "hardtops"
in the small-car field!


Size it up with others in the Price it against small cars in
medium price field the "low price field" '
Push-button driving and
Car "B" Dodge is 6.9 inches longer Car "C" Dodge is 14.5 inches longer record-breaking performance!
At a touch of your finger, you
Car "M" Dodge is 5.6 inches longer Car "F" Dodge is 13.5 inches longer command the greatest perfor,;,-
or n on e! T h e n ew '5 6 D o d g e sh at-
Car "" Dodge is 7.7 inches longer Yet Dodge -costs only $4.11 tered every record in the bcok
Car month more -including world records held
Car "P" Dodge is 6.4 inches longer a mocents morweek)* br expensive foreign models-
(less than 95 cents a week!) in its sensational 14-day official
More legroom front and recrl More hproom front Why settle for a strll car, when a new '56 Dode run on the Bonneville Salt
and readrl Wider doors! Greater fsteerlng wheel Coronet brings you so much more for so-littla Flats. The '56 Dodge V-8 holds
clearance! More rear deck space New '56 Dodge morel Here's big-car ride and roominess, big-car more performance records than
is bTgger inside and outl Looks bigger Rides luxury and looks in o full line of King Size allotherAmericancarscombined.
bigger Is bigger Coronets, priced right down with the small cars
*Coparing price of Dodge Coronet V-8 Lancei agaomi average price of saome body style of the "low price 3." Price Value Leader of the Forward Look
difference based on 24-momi financing after 'V down payment. "
,- Dodge Dealers present: Danny Thomas In "Make Room for Daddy," Bert Parks in "Break the Bank," The Lawrence Walk Show-all no an ----


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COUNTY C .M. I--A ,ISS aGrac5Id p, S ............ 00 St. Jodeph Tel. & Tel; Smn'. ...... 18.66 SLnpsons Auto Parts, Parts .. ,). 9.8
COUNTY COMMISSION rnftil ,[ Sam* ........... 10.00 Gulf Coast Elee. Corp., Services .... 78.40 St. Joe Motor Co, Part ........ o10.19
Minutes of The Eva Pate, Sam. .............. 10-o0 Comnll Water Works, Services .... 1800 Gulf Mfg. Co., Parts ............ 38.50
MinuteS o The iM. W. P. Coleman, Same ...... 10.00 W. T. Edwards T.B. Hosp., Gulf County !Service Engineer. Co., Prints of maps 10.56
(Continued From Page 4) Izella Lester, Mothers Pension .... 3.00 patients .................. 108.765 Standard Oil Co., Fuel ............ 5.52
Mrs. Dollie Weeks, Same .......... 9.00 Gulf County Breeze, printing minutes, legal George Y. Core, Recording ........ 3.85
There being no further business to come Ruby Melvin, Same ............ 10.00 forms, etc. ............... 112.52 Fla, Equip. Co., Parts ........ 140.qO
before the Board it did then adjourn. Bessie Glass, Same .............. 6.00 D. T. Bridges, Labor & Mat., ...... 5.00 Yank's Serv. Sta., Parts .......... 4.78
ATTEST: .Mrs. Lee Sims, Same ............ 8.00 Haloid Co., Supplies ............ 29 87 Max W. Kilbourn, County Engineer .. 70.50
George Y, Core E. C. Harden, Sr. ;,iinnle Patterson, Same .......... 3 00 West Fla. Wholesale Co,. Supplies 39.30 Ray E. Green. Compt., Retire. ...... 4.50
Clerk Chairman Mrs. Mae P. Creamer, Same ...... 6.00 Harland Pridgeon, Post. & Tele. 18.75 Gulf Hdwe. Co., Supplies ........ 26.28
GENERAL FUND Mis. Tom Parker, Same .......... 9.00 H.&W.B. Drew Co., Supplies' .... 1.84 Taylor Parts & Sup Co., Parts .... 164.74
MARCH 6, 1956 Ressie Porter, Same .............. 6.00 Bowen Supply Oo, Supplies ...... 159.50 West Fla. Elea. Serve. Co., Parts .... 1.77
Minnie Williams, Indigent ....... 8.00 Mrs. A. G. Montgomery, Same .... .00 Bishop Office Equip. Co.. Supplies 260.78 Burford-Toothaker Tractor Co., Parts 52.78
Mamie Brewer, same .............. 8.00 M s-. Bessi eBeck, Same .......... 8.00 Standard Oil Co., Fuel .......... 70.76 American Oil Co., parts'........ 166.95
W. T. Strange, Same ............ 15.00 Annie Rhames, Same .......... 9.00 *-:..,r Roebuck & Co., Supplies .... 53.91 Chris J .Sherlock, Inc., Parts .... 10.65
Maggie Smith, Same .. 10.00 I O. Price, Salary .......... 101.84 M. P. Tomlinson Agcy., Ins. ... 38.40 Bud Williamson Machine Shop, Parts and
Nora McDaniel, Same ............ 8.00 E. C. .Harden, Sr., Salary ........ 88.28 F. E Trammell, Mileage & exp,. 16.55 Labor .................... 187,80
brvant Jones, Same .. 15.00 George W. Cooper, Salary ........ 95.84 West Fla. Equip. Co., Supplies .... 21.97 Alvin McGlon Serv. Garage, Parts ...... 55
Elizabeth Strength, Same ........ 10 00 Parker G. Hart, Salary .......... 101.84 WAewa Hdwe. Co., Files .......... 1.30 Andy's Welding Repair, Labor ...... 3.00
Jeff Bennett, Same ............ 10.00 T. D. V,.i..f. ii Salary ....... 94.00 M. .G. Lewis, Supplies ... ...... 38,18 Wewa Plumb. & Heat. Co., Labor .. 81.52
John B. Nichols, Same ......... 10.00 David 0. ,. kr., Salary .......... 28.50 Board of Co. Com. Use of Equip. .... 8.00 Boyd's Office Supplies, Supplies .. 2.00
Hildry Strickland, Same .... ... 10.00 Silas R --'..n-. Salary .......... 23.50 B. E. Parker, Costs .............. 40.80 P. F. McDaniel, Supplies .......... 84.56
Bessie Glass, Same ............ 15.00 J. R. Hunter. P ,.: o ......... 50.00 John W. Hendrix, Examination .... 5.00 Panama Motor Parts Co., Parts .... 238.34
Lena Whitfield, Same ............ 10.00 Geuige Y. Core, .,ry ......... 47.00 Joseph P. Hendrix, Examination .... 2.00 Seabrook Machinery, Inc., Parts .... 69.02
Mrs. Ella Hall, Same ......... 10.00 Rav E, Green, Compt., Retire. .... 36.00 Elmer Nunery, Committee on Insanity Caskin Bros. Lumber Co., Lumber 209.13
Mamie Thomas, Same ........... .8.00 Proiessional Ins. Corp., Ins. ...... 12.00 case ...................... 2.00 Sportsman Serv. Sta., Gas and Parts 10.10
&llie Porter, Same ............... 6.00 B A. M'I'. r.-... Postage ........ 51.01 J. E. Pridgeon, Judge on insanity McGowin Motor Co., Parts .......... 9.;61
C. C. Davis, Same ............ 10.00 George ,..r., Postage .......... 13.11 case ........ ............... 7.50 Hurston Motor Co., parts .......... 78
Revell's IGA Store, Supplies ..... 672 J. E. Weeks, Labor ............ 6.).20
Taylor Chem. Co., Supplies ........ 75.00 Sears Roebuck & Co., Parts ...... 17.36
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Misc. Sup ...... 189.87 Bay Machine & Weld. Co, Parts and
Coy I vi te At Gulf Mfg. Co., Supplies .......... 31.50 Labor. .................... 11.00
Y u A f Ward Sign Serv., Sign ............ 6.60 Wewa Hard. Co., Gas, supplies .. 610.87
You Are Cordially invited To Attend Carl Glass, Co Indigent ......... 10,00 Panama achinery Co., Parts ...... 36.40
E. C. Harden, Sr., Expenses ...... 87.45 GENERAL FUND
J. C. Price. Expenses ........... 87.45 ARCH 1, 1956
A o B W Georg eY. Core, Circuit Court Cost 280.20 George Y. Core, Salary .......... 135.00
II' t g gqg g r 9 fiI NP~ t FINE & FORFEITURE FUND Cubie R. Laird, Salary ........ 119.70
Lon Avenuve D a-at i 1a.u MARCH 6, 1956 Leona Taylor, Salary ............ 35.80
SB. E. P., -. r sheriff's Cost . 2,223.37 Mis. J A. Glenn, Salary .......... 43.20
Cecil C ,....I,,, Jr, Salary Judge,. 31.02 Mrs. C. G. Rish, Salary .......... 47.00
REV. J. C. ODUM Pastor Silas E .... Salary ........ .. '9..0 William H. Linton, Salary ...... 50.00
PastorDavid C. Gaskin, Salary .. 6 30 Elmer Nunery, Salary ............. 94.00
Geo:gL Y. Core. 1--.,r ; ..... l.0.(0 Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 27.00
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. I,, E. Green, C.OLL, i,. ..- .'. S I) rector Int. Rev. W-Taxes ...... 48.30
Director Int. Rev., W-Taxes ...... 32 00 GENERAL FUND
MORNING WORSHIP 1.1:00 a.m. Game & Fresh Water Fish Comm., Arist FEBRUARY 25, 1956
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:15 p.m. 1 T kets ................... 0O Jack Sheffield, Salary' .......... 100.84
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION6:15 p.m. P. F. McDaniel, Supplies .......... 8 50 Preston Farmer, Salary .......... 78.96
EVE ING WORS 7:0 m. Lanier's Gift Shop, Spoons ........ .4.0 S. T. Morris. Salary ............ 78.96
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m. Bishop Office Equip. Co., Desk .... 215.25 W. B. Ooppedge, Salary .......... 77.86
PR YFR SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m Pridgeon,Judge's Cost .... 305 00 J. M. Whitfield, Salary ..........84.60
PRAcYFR SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30p..m. Wewahitchka Clinic, Service ...... 3.00 L. F Sellers, Salary ............ 94.00
Mc's Sundries, Supplies ............. .50 Director Int. Rev., W-Taxes ...... 3.30
Bishop Office Equip, Co., Supplies 24.44 John C. Dickey, Salary. .......... 12.00
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street W. C. Cooper Plumb. & Heat., Co., Ray E. Green, Compt., Retire .... 33.48
Parts .................... .41,00 State Board of Health, Salary for F. E.
VIS ITS RS ALW S W C ll Gulf Drug Co, Medicine .......... 4.93 Trammell ................ 125.00
V A W AYS WGeorge Y. Core, Ciredit Court Cost 240.00 GENERAL FUND
ROAD & BRIDGE FUND FEBRUARY 15, 1956
MARH 6, 1956 George Y Core, Salary ........ 135.00
S. Joseph Tel. & Tel., Services .... 16.75 Cubie R. Laird, Salary .......... 119.70
Gulf Coast Elec. Coop., Services .. 30.35 Leona Taylor, Salary .............35.80
S- GCalloway Bros., Supplies ...... 231.32 Mrs. J. A. Glenn, Salary ........ 40.20




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WiMrs ia .iston, Salary ........50.00 High School Honor Roll Mitchell, Betty Jo McCormick,
Elmer Nunery, Salary ............ 94 00 I Listed For Six Weeks Katherine Marshall, Mary Gladys
Diect. It. Rev., W-Taxes... ..... 48.30 Ingram, Patsy Herring, Linda Pad-
Profes. Ins Corp., Ins .3. .00
GENERAL FUND Listed on the Honor Roll at the gett, Betty Lou Kirkland, Valeria
FEBRUARY 14, 1956 Roberts, Wille Faye Mason, Wan-
lack Sheffield, Salary ...........106.84 Port St. Joe High School are: "A's" Rbers, Willie Faye Mason, Wan-
1P'eston Farmer, Salary .........72.2 'daKenningtonRosemaryTomln-
S. T. Morris, Salary ........... 69:98
. N. Whitfield, Salary. .........94.00 "A' and B'" Sandra Bracewell, son and Edward Smith.
W B.I .. 1h., Slary ............ 7.800
.F .F I .........o0 Jndy Fensom, Tony Barbee, Larry
John C i..,..................56o00 Go To Auburn
I ay E.. Green. Compt, Retire.....34.08 Porter, June Coker, Dauhrice Keel, Go T Ab
profes ins. Corp., Ill .........15- 2 Frances Lewis, Elaine Mussel- Mrs. John Robert Smith and Mrs.
Direct. lnt Rev., W-Taxs ........ 3 30..,
Coy Gof, Saary ............. 16. hite, John Stevens, Oliver Har- Norman Allemore accompanied
ira ekand, Sal BRIDGE FUND per, Martha Costin, Dorothy Sea- their sons Bob Smith an'd Norman,
FEBRUARY 15, 1956 ley, Bert Munn, Nell Cannington, Allemore, Jr., to Auburn, Sunday.
Lloyd Whitfleld, Salary ........ 148.70
Charles Fortner, Salary .......... 145.90
Glenn Daniels, Salary .......... 131.78
.Alvie Kem Salary ............ 132.30 *.
Travis Wiley, Salary .......... 134.54 13... .. ..f -
Russell 11-,,,, p., .,1ry ............ 1180.40 TI -
B E. Champion, Salary ........ 100.50.
Carl Lester, Salary ............ 110.90
Coy Golf, Salary .............. 84.00 r g l l
NV. P. '.' .V h z ,'-d'.,a lary ...... 100.50
tlildra ..... -, ,r., ,i ,r" ........ 72.00 E ''
iay E. Green, ComDt., Retire. .... 10.50
Direct. Int. Rev., W-Taxes ...... 69 30
George R. Jones, Salary.......... 130.46 "
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SUPPORT OF TOM MILAM


POLITICAL
ANNOUNCEMENTS

FOR COUNTY JUDGE
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of County Judge of
Gulf County subject to the Demo-
cratic primary of May 8, 1956.
If elected to this high office I
promise:
a. To maintain the office in a
courteous, capable and efficient
ma nner.
b. To employ a capable and cour-
teous assistant to give better ser-
vice to all the people of Gulf
Co unty.
c. To be available at all hours for
those unable -to transact the busi-
-ness of the office during regular
hoars.
d. I will NOT, resign during my
'crm of office in favor of any per-
son.
Your VOTE and SUPPORT will
be greatly appreciated.
SAM P. HUSBAND
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
I announce that I am a candidate
for re-election to the office of
Clerk of Circuit Court for Gulf
County. I sincerely appreciate your
continued support in my behalf. As
your Clerk, I onligate myself to
fullfil, with efficiency, and dignity,
every responsibility of the Clerk's
office.
GEORGE Y. CORE
FOR SHERIFF
I herewith announce that I will
seek another term as the sheriff
of your county. My record, aa sher-
iff for more than 19 years, will
show that I have always condu't.-
ed, the office in a busiunaslke
iranner
hnas been my pleasure to serve
the good people of my count/ and
I have always had the cooperation
ot the people of the county. With-
out the cooperation, we could not
have had the success we have had
in law enforcement. For this
I will be ever thankful, being
mindful that I am a servant of
the people. If reelected, I promise
to give you the same courteous
service that you have had in the
past.
On this record I ask you to re-
turn me to this important office.
BYRD E. PARKER


FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
I hereby announce myself again.
for County Commissioner in Dis-
trict 1. I trust in the people -as a
whole. I know I can make you a
good commissioner. Will be hon-
est and fair With *vwyone.
Your help, support and vote will
be appreciated. H
HENRY BOZEMAN
FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
Peter G. Strange makes his al-
nouncement that he is a candidate
fcr County Commissioffer, District
3, to the people and friends of Gulf
County. If elected to this impor-
tant office, I will work for the
best ijiterest and welfare for the
people and Gulf County. I am well
qualified to serve you. I was your
County Commissioner from Jan. 1,
1949 to Jan. 1, 190. I hope to have
.his privilege again as your ser-
vant in this office. I will work un-
tiringly if elected to this office for
the best interest and the develop-
ment of Gulf County.
I will endeavor to co.iduct niyself
in this office, if elected, in a way
the people will be proud of, with
courtesy and efficiency. Your vote
and support will be greatly apprec-
iated.
A friend,
PETER G. ESTRANGE
Vote For and Elect
A. J. STRICKLAND
To The Office of
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 1 Gulf County
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated
FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
I hereby announce that I will
seek another term as County Com-
missioner from District Five.
My record as a County Commis-
sioner for over three years will
show that I have conducted my of-
lice .in a high and efficient man-
ner, with the interest of the peo-
ple always first,
Being always mindful that I am
a servant of the people, I have
made every effort to serve the
people well. If re-elected, I promise
to continue this endeavor.
It has been a pleasure serving
the people and with that thought
in mind I am requesting your con-
tinued support and friendship.
GEOtRGE W. COOPER
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
I am a candidate for renomina-
(Continued On Page 8)


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The people's candidate for State Senator of the 25th
Senatorial District, means progress for Gulf County
I and Port St. Joe
(.1) If elected, Tom Milam will work toward promoting
Gulf County and its beaches.
(2.) If elected, Tom Milam will fight for a greater share of
state advertising funds for Gulf beaches.




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Buzzett's Drug Store
PHONE 7-.1371

POLITICAL

ANNOUNCEMENTS
(Continued From Page 7)
Lion as your State Representative.
Should you honor me with renom-
ination and election, I promise to
conduct the affairs and responsibi-
lities of the office for the benefit
of all of the people. It shall be my
obligation to continue to work for
the greater progress and develop-
mint of the entire County. I will
hold public meetings, as I have
done in the past, prior to the Legis-
lature session so that the- public
may express their views on legisla-
Uiw matters.
"Ifeel that my record as a mem-
ber of the Legislature has been a
good record and the legislation
wnich I introduced and supported
was for the best interest of the
people of Gulf Cunty.
I respectfully solicit your contin-
'ued vote and support upon myi past
record.
Sincerely,
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
RE-ELECT
PARKER G. HART
COUNTY COMMISiSIONEiR, for
District 3. 1 promise to do my
very best to keep the county on a
business basis as I have done for
the best three and one half years.
Keeping taxes as low as possible
and the County out of debt.
Sincerely yours,
PARKER G. HART
Vote For and Elect
W. C. ROCHE
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District One- Gulf County
"With Proven Ability To Build"
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I am announcing for County Com-
missioner for District Number One
of Gulf County. I have been living
here for many years and the ma-
jority of the people know me. I
will do my best for the county in-
terest. I helped, to create. the
County and carried a laid of peo-
ple up to Tallahassee to vote. I
have. also given several roads to
the county.
I will certainly appreciate your
vote and support.
Respectfully,
J. M. Cleckley.
HARLAND PRIDGEON
Candidate for the Office of
Tax ,Collector, Gulf County'
I am v-ery. grateful to the vo-
ters of Gulf County for giving me
the opportunity of serving them
as their Tax Collector for the past
three years.
I will deeply appreciate your
consideration when you cast your
'ballot on May 8 for Tax Collector.
I promise, if elected, to serve you
to the best of- my ability.
HARLAND PRIDGEON
J. E. PRIDGEON
For County Judge
am seeking re-election to ano-
ther term .ias your County Judge.
I feel that .my past record has been
a good one .and promise to make
you a good judge during the com-
ing term if re-elected.
Your vote and support will be
sincerely appreciated.
Vote For and Support
T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT
for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Gulf County-District 5
Representation On A County-
Wide Basis


Phone 7-9171


CLASSIFIED ADS

r'OR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house, at Beacon Hill. See Silas
R Stone.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. Cal'
7-3171. Unfurnished. tfltp2-23"
FOR RENT: 3 furnished apart-
ments. 228 8th. St. 2tc
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house.
Completely furnished. Lar ge
screen porch at Beacon Hill. Con-
tact Ted Beard, phone 7-2671 or
7-4054.
FOR RENT: 3-room unfurnished
apartment. Corner long and 3rd.
See E. J. Rich. tfc
FOR RENT: Four room furnished
apartment. Mrs. C. A. McGowin,
Phone 7-4221.
MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkins
dealer. See or write W. L. Bur-
kett, dealer. Box 4&2. Port St. Joe.
WORK WANTED: Typing and
senographic work. Call 7-3013.
HELP WANTED: Man, ambitious,
reliable, furniture selling and col-
lection. Attractive proposition. Ap-
ply in person at Fowhand Furniture
Co.
WANT TO SELL OR TRADE: My
equity in '55 Chevrolet Bel-Aire
hard top. 1305 Palm Blvd., Call
7-5941.
For Delivery of
FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Call 74776 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-
Intchka. 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: Modern home, screen-
ad porch, garage, 35 acres fertile
soil, some wooded, fenced. 6 miles.
South of Wewahitchka. Owner C.
White on .premises. 2tp
FUR SALE: Beach lots at Beacon
1111. Raesonable. Small down
payment. Small monthly payments.
R. L. Fortner, Mexico Beath. 3tp
FOR SALE: Lots, 50' X 150' Located
five miles South of Port St. Joe.
Just off U. S. 98 on the Jonesville
subdivision. First five lots $200
each. Terms offered. See Roy E. Cox
on the homestead or, write Box 471
Port St. Joe for full information.6t
SPECIAL SERVICES
FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors rc-
paired, also.
PIANO TUNING and repairs. Call
7-4691. Charles A. Scurlock, 509
1.9th Street.

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


SILAS R.

'Mickey' STONE

CANDIDATE FOR

Representative

GULF COUNTY


The Peoples' Candidate

We Sincerely Solicit Your
Vote and Support

Not My Will ...
. But Thine Be Done


Port St. Joe, Florida


A REAL BARGAIN in a good used
piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
Your credit is good.
tRADE 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
BAlI 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. tfc
F Y iF'E INTERESTED in say-
you n In your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
ing money see us for anything
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet
.ng first and third Monday nighb'
100 p.m., American Legion Hc.-
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regpm
meetings 2nd and 4th Fridays of
each month, 8:00 p.m. Members
irged to attend; visiting brothers
welcome. J. B. Griffith. W. M.; F.
W. Chandler, secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. Q
0. F.-Meets first and third Tt-ur
dayb. 7:30 p..m. in Masonic Halh
members urged to attend: vs.-
brethren invited. G. F. Lawrence,
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
S J 'J,-ir.-.r.' No, 56, F: k
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 Moo,..
Hall, 310.Fourth i
Meeting nilgl' -
ery other M)iad'i'


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