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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: April 5, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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 Progressive
Community With a
Moden, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper


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


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


VOLUME XIX $3.00 Per Year 1ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA 'I HURSDAY, APRIL 1 1955 Single

.. RnDIfl RA AMIf DnflDAM IIMnrDRWAY


ETAOIN SHRDLU
By WESLEY R. RAMSEY


Red Cross Has

$1,147 Collected


While four districts still have
Governor Collins will make a fo u,,rt, tdir final returns.
ritSt e-r


stop in our city Saturday but not
to talk like Fuller did. He's just
going to shake hands and say how-
dy to all who come by.
What with Easter gone and the
primary a scant month away, we
should be hearing and seeing more
of 'he hopefuls in the weeks -o
come.

Red Spivey, up in Graceville
says Ike decided to run again
becausee he couldn't live off his
farm income as long asf Ezra
Taft Benson was Commissioner
of Agriculture.

Pete Comforter is making news
again He has re-grown that fam-
ous hair-line mustache. He reported
that he got so much ribbing from
it taat he had to produce to get a
little peace and quiet. Somebody
even sent him a package of razor
blades through the mail to keep it
shaved off with.
Some wanted it on, and some
wanted it off. That just goes to
show that you can't please every-
body. *

Talking of campaigning, the pace
is telling on "Mickey" Stone. We
were in his office Friday making
the rounds with the candidates
blils. While we were collecting
from Mickey, his telephone rang.
Mickey listened a minute and then
,replied, "You're crazy, it's right
outside here". Another, pause and
he said, "Let me look". He looked
and picked up the receiver again
and said, "You're right, I'll 'be right
up and get it". He hung the phone
up looking sheepish and reported
that he had -gone off and left his
car up in front of Honey's Cafe.

1we people rode away fror.
t.e St. Joe Drive-In Theatre
richer by $2 -.'; sy night
when the theatre's popular Hol-
lywood game gave away another
Jackpot. The jackpot was for $21 ).
and was divided between Marlene
Holly and Mae Murphy.


nine districts have final reports
turned in, to Red Cross treasurer
Lawrence Bissett with $1,147.27 in
the .bank to date, according to Red
Cross Campaign chairman, Charlie
Garraway.
Estimating approximately what
the remaining districts will finally
report and ,the balance expected
from special gifts, the quota of $1,-
800.00 for the Gulf County Chapter
will be met and posisbly exceeded,
predicted Garraway.
The fund drive will be complet-
ed by Saturday of this week and
final returns by districts will be
printed in next week's issue of The
Star.
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Barbecue Will Help

Little League Finances
-----,----
The Little League Baseball Club
will sponsor a barbecue dinner on
Saturday, April 7 at the Centennial
Park. Tickets will be $1.60 and 75c
for children. There will. be barbe-
cued chicken and spareribs done
in the professional style of Ed
Ramsey.
Proceeds will be used to purchase
more equipment for the club, and
to help light the field.
A special program is planned
with the Port St. Joe band under
Herman Dean, giving several num-
bers.
Following the dinner, which will
be from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. awards
will be presented by Tom Colde-
wey, president of the club, to the
outstanding players and teams of
last year.
Everyone is invited to come and
enjoy the fine food, the fine music
and to 1see lhe-&e young boy" re-
ceive their "7,,l. 'l .'
George Wilt. -rly., Sr, is the
chairman of the affair and stated
that "a wonderful dinner will be
served for your money and that
there will be plenty for all."


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LAMAR MOORE get, his finger pricked for a bIood sample y Otto Eisengopfa, Municipal
Hospital technician Wednesday. Others in the picture aiding in the program are T-Sgt. Joe
Codino of Tyndall Field. Mrs, J. Ellis Denney, Mrs. Dottie Thomas, Mrs. Tom Thompson
and Mrs. Sue Spaulding. 137 were typed yesterday. ( photo)



Area Baptists Are .Bei4,u".

S l3dan u.I Apil
STR 0Cf8L han1ons Rnevival L


-Baptist Churches of the Port St.
Joe area will launch 'out sinunliani-
ecusly Sunday, into what they pre-
dict will be one of the greatest ,
evangelistic crusades in recent
years.
. This crimsade will include all the
churches in the Northwest Coast
Association, comprising several
counties. Those in the local area
will be First Baptist, Long Avenue
Baptist, Highland View Baptist and
Kenney's Mill.


I1Ii i., evangelists will be fill-i Special and congregational sin
ing every pulpit, and the public ing will be featured at most se
is invited to attend the service ices'and visiting song leaders w
nearest them.most of the churches.
Coming to the Port St. Joe First be in most of the churches.
Baptist will be Rev. G. Nelson There will be two service da
Duke, of Montgomery, Ala. At the with First Baptist and Long AV
Long Avenue Baptl ",'Q be Rev. i u, uat 7:00 a;m; and at 8:00 p-
Ellis Turner, TalLI.',.i...%,. Fla. At Highland View services will be
Highland View Baptist will-be Rev. 7:00 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
J. W. Lester, of Eii' ipi i- Ala, Services will ,be held through
and at Kenney's Mill will be Rev. the week, with the final servi
John. T. Dudley, Roddy, Ga., form- of the series being held on Sund
early of Port St. Joe. April 15.


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Museum Director Reports Visitors

From Most of 48 States Registered


Star, To Print Pictures



Of Local Children Free


Pictures Will Be Taken By Leading Studio and
In Series In The Star In Coming Months

It is an undisputed fact that.the responsibilities of tomor-
row's world, our Nation, and Community will rest upon the
shoulders of the children of today. Since this is true the pub-
lisher of this newspaper would like to give you a good look at
these future "World Builders".
The only way we. can do this is sor:y if you do not permit your
by publishing pictures of them in children to participate in this event.
a feature series. To assure the lat- The kiddies will have much fun
est and best reproduction pictures and both Mother and, Dad and
they must all be of uniform the youngsters, too will be very
size and quality we have -i- proud to see their pictures in print
vited the Woltz Studios of Des later.
Moines, Iowa, a nationally known To make your appointment at
portrait studio, to take ,these spse- the studio, call Mrs. John Beasley
ial pictures for us. at BAll 7-5501.
An expert children's photogra-
pher for the .Studios, with all the
necessary equipment for this spec- Rolry Club Hears
ialized work, will be here Friday, -I
April 13. Pictures will be taken at BI Head pek
the Motel St. Joe and will be open
from 1.1 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fred Haliford of the Federal Bu-
No ,Charge to Parents reau of Investigation from Mobile,
There is no charge to the parents. Alabama addressed the Rotary
There are absolutely no strings to Club of Port St. Joe in their regu-
this invitation. It is bonafide in lar meeting last Thursday noon at
every sense of the word. Parents the Motel St. Joe. Hallford ex-
do not have to be subscribers, nor plained to the Rotarians the kinds
even readers of this newspaper to of crime that comes under the bu-
,take advantage of this feature. Nei- reau's jurisdiction. Many helpful
rther are they obligated to pur- hints were presented to the club
chase pictures after they are tak- members on what to look for in fu-
ei. eThose who want some addition- ture business operations in the way
al prints may obtain a limited num- of preventing crime and urged the
ber by arrangement with the Stu- public's cooperation in preventing
, dio representative when they select and solving crimes.
the pose they want printed in the Guests of the Rotarians at the
paper. It is entirely up 'to them. meeting were Sheriff Byrd Parker,
The .More Pictures, the ,Better H. W. Griffin, Chief of Police and
The Star simply wants pictures Silas R. Stone, County Prosecutor.
of all the youngsters and the more, Other guests from out of town
the better. So the mothers and were Rotarians R. L. Cavanaugh
fathers of the community in which of Jacksonville, Merritt Pope of
this paper circulates should remem- Panama City, Rod Porter and Gene
her the date, April 13, at. the Motel Austin of Apalachicola.
St. Joe and not fail to bring their William W., Nicholls, manager of
children to the photographer. Boyles Department Store was in-
You wilt be mighty glad, after- ducted into the cluh as a new mem-
wards, if you did, and very, very her.-


- REV. J. LESTER
. at Highland View Baptist


Leroy Will Visit Here
Saturday Morning

Governor Leroy Collins will ap-
pear in Port St. Joe for a short
while Saturday, April 7 around
3:45 p.m.
Collins will not speak, but
campaign workers here report
that he will appear on the streets
for a handshaking session.
Collins is spending the week
end making a swing through West
Florida.


Returns To FSU
Miss Patsy Wilder left Monday
to resume her studies at Florida
State University, after spending
the spring holidays here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Wil-
der.


REV. G. NELSON DUKE
. at First Baptist Church


REV. ELLIS TURNER
.. t Long Avenue Baptist


Red Cross Workers Attend Sharks Will Playr
Meeting In Panama City Squad Game To
Squad Game Tond
Ernest Wimberly and 'Wayne ....
Buttram attended a large get to- The Shark squad will play
gether at the Civic Center in Pan- other intra-squad game tonight
ama City Tuesday night for Red the High School field to let
Cross workers in Bay County and
other Red Cross leaders from neigh- people get a glimpse of what is
boring counties. This was followed come next year.
by a reception for all Red Cross Spring practice sessions wi
chairmen. the exhibition put on tonight.
Wimberly is Gulf County Chair- Admission for the game toni
man and Buttram is Home Service will be 50c and 25c.
Chairman for Gulf County. The first of these Spring exh
tion games was played last Thu
Making Home Here day with a good response from
cal fans.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Guilford and Game time will be 8:00 p.m.
children Laurie and Carl, Jr., ar- -_ _
rived over the week end from Wi- Spends Week End Here
chita, Kansas to make their home
here. Lt. Guilford, son of Mr. and Miss Ann Kenney left Morn
Mrs. James Guilford, was recently to resume her studies at Em
discharged from the USAF and will U'iversity after spending sev
go into business with his father. days with her parents, Mr. and Mv
Mrs. Guilford is the former Billy Basil Kenney, Jr.
Jean Campbell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Campbell of Hun- Leaves For Fla. Southern
ter Circle. Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey, dau
;-i o.- f^ lii.*d RduO Ui'Q Tnp.


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As individuals it is part of our
nature to want 'to preserve ;those
things out of the past which depict
.the way in which the generations
before us have lived, sometimes in


Kiwanions Hear Former

Secretary of Agriculture

The Kiwanis Club had as guests
at their, meeting yesterday, Ira
Buinfield of Athens, Ohio and a
guest speaker presented by Gus
Creech. The guest speaker was Carl.
yrooman from Bloomington, Ill., a
former assistant secretary of agri.
culture under president Woodrow.
Wilson. Mr. Vrooman expressed the
opoiuon that the United States is
an enviable position to give peaCO
Lo t'e world and that Pres'.lent Ei-
senhower is truly striving for 'Ubat
very goal. However, it is not being
act-omplisbed because we have a
government that is representative
of pressure groups "instead of rep-
resenritive of the majority.
Mr., Vrooman thinks we the peo-


prosperity, sometimes meeting de-
feat and sorrow, struggling to
.build, better homes, cities, states
and countries. We do not preserve
these things merely to remind our-
selves of these historical facts that
we might relive those events which
took place many years ago. As
pleasurable as this might be, the
greatest satisfaction comes in shar-
ing these historical events with
others and passing them on to our
children.
Our State Museum is doing a won-
derful job of preservation, at the
same time telling the story of the
important part our community has
played in the history of our state
to many -friends and visitors who
come to Port St. Joe. There has
oeen 7,579 people to visit the mu-
seum, 4,876 of this number are
from Port St. Joe; 1,795 from the
others parts of Florida; 97 from
Georgia; 98 from Alabama; 21
from Missssippi; 15 from South
Carolina; 12 from Indiana; 16 from
Illinois; 12 from Massachusetts;
IS from New York; 12 from North
Carolina; 9 from Louisiana; 6 from
California; 9 from Missouri; 10


Ie sliculd make ourselves felt more from Virginia; 3 from Kentucky;
to our congressmen and representa- 3 from New Hampshire; 5 from"
lives, letting them know how we Maryland; 10 from Maine; 2 from
feel and what we want on an in- Pennsylvania; 2 from Delaware; 2'
dividual basis. from Arizona; 2 from Rhode Island;
--- 2 rom Vermont; 6 from Canada;
Cub Scouts Visit Sea 2 from Connecticutt; 4 from Wis
Animal Display Saturday consign; 1 from Utah; 1 from Ne-
braska; 1 from the District of Co-
Cub Scouts, Den 4 with Mrs. Wil- ,umbia; 6 from Brazil; 3 from Thia-
liam Wager, Den Mother and Mrs. land; 2 from England.
Arthur Hoker, assistant Den Mo- Included in this total were sev-
ther, together with Mr. Hoker at- eral groups which were as follows:
tended an all day outing at the The Cub 'Scouts, Mrs. William Wa-
Gulfarium in Fort Walton Beach ger, leader; Fourth Grade, St. Joe
last Saturday. Elementary School; Mrs. Bybus,
Those making the trip were Mor- teacher; Home Economics Cla'.
ris But ramDavid Dickey, David St. Joe High School, Mrs. 'Pat Calk-
lioker, Leon Hobbs, Ray Ramsey, way, teacher, fifth grade, St. Joe
Richard Scheffer, Gil Shealey and Elementary School; Mrs. Eula
illy WageriPrid;eoni. teacher, first- grade, St.
Billy Wager^. JoA Elementary School; Mrs. Pur-

MAKES DEAN'S LIST vi. Howell, teacher and two church'
AT AUBURN UNIVERSITY groups,
AT AUBURNCitizens of the city take pride
Auburn, Ala., Bernard A. Prid- in the fact that Port St. Joe is not
geon, Jr., Port St. Joe, has been lust a town with great industrial


Ronnie Chism, a student at the her parents. Miss Ramsey is at- placed on the winter quarter Dean's
Florida State University has been tending Florida Southern College. Honor Roll for the School of En-
spending his spring vacation with gmneering at the Alabama Polytech-
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rush nic Institute according to an an-
Chism on Garrison Avenue. Send The Star To A Friend nouncemnent by Dean J. E, Hannum.


and sporting opportunity which has
sprung up in the past few years,
bjit a city well founded over a cen-
tury Ego with a very c-'N'rful and
interesting historical background


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Copy So NUMBER 81




Gulf Coast League




plans To Start Ball




Season On May 6



Teams From Apalachicola, Port St. Joe,

Wewahitchka, Panama City In League

for the coming season. The meet- Port St. Joe for the purpose of or-
ing was held at the Florida Power ganizing the Gulf Coast League
Lounge with representatives from the four teams that will play this
A meeting was held March 28 in year in attendance;
Officers for the league for the
coming year are: president, Gene
Austin, Apalachicola; vice-presl-
dent, I. C. 'Nedley, Port St. Joe!
secretary; George Bradford, Apdla r
chicola; treasurer, Kenneth Whi
Field, Wewahitchka. The Board of
Directors will be composed of
four members: L. G. Buck of Apa-
omanless Wedding ashicola; J. Lamar Miller of Port
u This Si oe s e and Ross Stripling of Wewa-
l uy hitchka. One director was not nam-
--- ed at this meeting but will be nam-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown an- ed later and Panama City will fur-
nounce the engagement and ap- nish the director.
preaching marriage of t h e i r Four city teams, one each from
daughter Bertha Brown to Junior Apalachicola, Panama City, Port St.
JTootle of this oe and Wewahitchka will play a
Tootle of this city. The wedding 26 gae schedule beginning NM Iy
will be an event of Friday, April 6 wi:h the play-off following the
,3, in the Elementary School regular season.
Aud'rorium. 'Tfhd Gulf Coast Leagae will have
The bride and groom," both be- plenty of good baseball for the l-
ing alumni of Port St. Joa' High b cal fans by the way things are
ng- School, have decided to charge !.s'ria.g up.
rv- $1.00 a head to see the wedding The St. Joe Saints' manager Bas-
and purchase an electric score- com Hamm said he haa around 20.
board for the football field. men out for the team at the pres-
The Lions Club of Port St. Joe 'eu. Lime.
ily is directing the weddlig. All I The complete schedut.e for the
ve- friends and neighbors of the cou- season will be announced in a fu
.m. pie are invited to attend. ture issue of The Star :


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Blountstown.
Veteran World War 1, Member
American Legion; Masonic Lodge,
Eastern Star; Lion's Club; Moose;
holder of Silver Beaver in Boy
Scouting, for Adult Leadership;
Methodist Church, ember Official
Board and Teach Men's Bible
Class. Hasn't missed 'Sunday
School in 22 years.
His record shows that he has al-
ways favored old age persons,
school teachers, cripples and de-
pendent children. He favors a dam
at the fool of the Dead Lakes, and
will endeavor to get it built with
State or Federal funds. His slogan
"No New Taxes". He is endorsed
by Florida Federation of Labor
and voted for and supported every
Bill introduced in the 1953 and 1955
sessions.
Member Legislature, as Repre-
sentative from Calhoun County in
19,53 and 1955 Sessionls. Has many
friends in House and Senate.
(Those who know him best trust
him, he is only candidate from Cal-
houn Counity, and he was returned
to House in 1955 without opposi-
tion, the only candidate ever re-
turned there without opposition.)
Has wife, one daugther and four
sons, two sons in College now.
One already a Chaplain in U. S.
Army.
Southern Democratic Honor and
tradition says it's his County's
time There is no excuse to forfeit
Honox -there is no substitute for
Honor.
Vote Right-Vote For Knight
Your Vote Will Be Merited and
Appreciated
(Paid Pol. Adv.)


a pink tatile aiternuon dress with
S.;. utching accessories. She carried
i n.segay of pink carnations.
Tlie brildegroo:m's brN,ther, Otis
e L'nwit., 'iis he m.an. and the uthb-
.er w-re iBaill Ric:h and Floyd
Do,-, % d ,

r n t.) vr h f o ld it the church parlor
Ji'y F ih s buri. ii ssI sidd pnp. a reeep-

li e bri-i.,'s table wwaa Loered with
Sw ite-1ace clotl. ivy enicir ed tie
i'111 t and i .tse; ,d ti lr ui gbhou. the
ro'm., The utuble.dtiered wedding
a' ned with: trJ i It miniature

STh ie h rid,:' lI, ok \a.s kept by
X 'iLt., Sait ,I'. Eh I orC., J .:ks. n.0
Those sisstintg Cin set nlg were
ldi,,a Sara .na ro Lewi, tsite. of the
hridhegr,, wiml. N.e- r,)w bn,s n C aroli
GCuJrey. Mr.i. Iree Marsron, Jack
i on: and MI i., l i, Rat h lnu i n .,
Wa.co, TexasL,
-Out iof t,'ri ue we 7: Mi' s
Cl de Leve -.. -.... ri.:- l,-II
Lewis, Otis Le s lr i r.,41,1 ir3.
LIA, 'ward f f[iif. i ,if ,,,1 Nat., and
viinnyv Huff, Morton, 1iss M[is
.\[arth[ia \il. on, Mi t.,s I. a Ruth Jn I
ni igs., layl r I, university, Waco,
Texas; Al Waoni, M%.io,,. C- '.
gia Toni iee, Mis .C.,lia Mo .re,
M,.s Milired r Cred i.-r; d., ni. lliss
Sara Ann Leti;, Miss Ann Hudson
.idT, Mi- MTaggi- L.e MTanning ;-f
s ..yu owy, Mississippi Clarke Coligee, Newton, Mississ-
Colege, uinton, .wa.s ippi and the Rev. and Mrs. J. C.
C e C t msdum, Port St. Joe.
Weddng music was furnished by The couple left for a wedding
Jimmy Meets, organist, who accom- rp to Vicksburg isssippi. For
panned Mrs. Edward Huff who sang her traveling costume, the bride
"The Sweetest Story Ever Told", wore a navy blue dress of silk dac-
"Because" and ".Seal Us, 0 Holy ron with matching accessories. She
Spirit", wore a corsage of white rosebuds.
The bride's gown was of white -.
satin with lace trimmed neckline
and fitted bodice, styled in waltz VOTE RIGHT VOTE FOR
length. The long-fitited sleevs had
petal points over the hands, and BART "KNIGHT
were buttoned with self-covered
buttons. The finger tip veil was FOR
imported illusion and was attached STATE SENATOR-25th Dist.
t[r a juliet cap of lace embroidered BORN COTTONDALE, JACKSON
in seed pearls and iridescent se- COUNTY, FLORIDA, JULY 24, 1901
quins. She carried a white Bible County 'Prosecuting A ttorney
topped with white rosebuds. Calhoun County twenty-six years,
The maid of honor, Miss Martha School Board Attorney, 'Calhoun
Wilson, sister of the bride, wore County, City Attorney, City of


CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere-at
appreclatlon to my many rrlends
f..r :eilr prayers, the nice cards
anii flower sent to me aLring my
r':.aLL operation and recovery wviLtie
II Lie hospital aid 10 .ihe kind
uw ...l and nurses andiall the tios-
rit sal-f.
.iy G.d bless you all.
HATTIE M. PIER-CE

CARD OF THANKS
I isih iu express muy sinceiurs
appreelation for the many prayers
;n niy i.c.hjlf and fonr iie be'-autiul
CIaitds a:id flowers I have recei-.-J.
Yulir thoughtfulne-ss hal. been a s:,.
lace to uie ani my entire faiiiiy
nla my illnes.. May God's bleE.ing
o:. ;, n in rabutidance.
J F. DANIELL,
61!71 Oakwood
JackLonville, Fla.
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"TiTe- cili t n.eanl-'s. of our y0 '-1
Sil' i. r ite lli ll ,\h' .. t t -n e
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is-, u-ii.s ll, lla a bjUii.'-ies o in.o
,. n aii anl ., a'i. 'i.'rd t., quLli."
"i. i,. iy) pieas:.ur to. ilhe Al
mii ilhly, that thou ari ri' liteUs
or is it gain i -lrim, that thou
make.t thy 'ay. per-cr?"


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SUNDAY and MONDAY

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<, & sREX REASON
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Wilson Lewis

Vows Exchanged

Miss Sara Frances Wilson, daugh-
-ter of Mr. and Mrs. C: C. Wilson
of this city became the bride of
Aaron Austin Lewis, son of Mr. and
. Mrs. Clyde Lewis of Morton, Miss-
issippi in a double ring ceremony
March 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the Broad-
moor Baptist Church, Jackson,
Mississippi, with the Rev. Gordon
Sansing, pastor, officiating.
C.andelabra entwined with ivy
and flanking an arrangement of
whiLe gladioli formed a fitting
background tor the wedding rites.
The candles were lighted by Bill
Riclh, Mississippi Southeru, Haties.-


Judy Fensom Entertains
At Party Monday Night
'll-. ,iudy Fen ntll entel-rtained
i.llh a weiner ria'st at her parents
hoisWe on Garri-.on Avenue. Micnda,'
righlr. Fu,,llouwing th r s pper d.inrc
inz '.-a, e. ij'.'v'-l ''nII the patiu.
Nl is. Fensoin 'ii was. as.imLed in
carintg for her h deStl by her io'
their Mri Paul Fe-soum.
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and

DIAL BA 7-4331
DIAL BA 7-4331


Visit In Pensacola Dinner Guests Here
Mr. and Mrs J. C L.iney .zpen I Dr. And Mrs. Harold Wager of
i.i-. ee,-=k -nd in Pensaeula %si tingp,P.rama Cit) were dinner guesS
.th Mr. and Mrs J. A. Higbiorwer : e gu-,
. tu Mr. aud i.. A. Hig wer, D and N Mrs Wiii.ni Wager and
ind raniil and Mr. and Mrs Uor. famn Ea: terSunday
i in A Haijmbritk- and fi.ily. >
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Visiting Son Here wieeur..ini- b ds nionsters to
Mis oyi1l H MunrT. Sr .t PI ,,I ni all ii.. vi nn.i. s of the
PFjriSk Sprirlp- is thil :u r,- l:irl .u that i r,.. ie, utpie-d hy the ver-
nLr aij da.iightci I-a '. lit .1ui t I 1 ikn wlitge- He whlo de-
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1 ir N where I sit... y Joe Marsh


SHc;py Ending With
A Familiar Ring"
Buck Hoaell says he and his long rings and a short-their
issuess had quite a tiin, iat the paity-line si -nai ba;: home.
Stockman' Convention in Chi- Front where I sit. our own
cago. But for a while Ihe had a familiar roulinee tend to make
"breakdown in communications." other wa', of doing ihin. seem
The phone bell in their hotel strange. That's natural. For in-
room w a pitehed so l.ow they stance. if '.ou' e always had ice
often didn't answer their call. water with .4.ur neal-..oi. night
"Never lnew if i was for us or think it'. odd that loiT of usI pre-
not,"Buck said,"always sundled fer a bottle of beer at dinner-
far off-like it was ring;na- in time. r I-av you're a right to your
someone else's roorn." own cisoni., but don't call
Finally, Buck hit on the mine wrong.
obvious solution. He just made
a deal with the hotel switch-
board operator that whenever .
she called them she'd use two

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FOR --

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Other Piece Goods


PONGEE -----yd. 98c
Pure Irish
LINEN -- yd. $1.29
Bates Disciplined
COTTONS yd. $1.29
Glibrae
GINGHAMS yd. 98c
Gilbrae
CHAMBRAY yd. 98c
Gilbrae Printed
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COTTONS -- yd. 79c
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TAFFETA-- yd. 59c
Prints and Solids
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Cottons ,In several styles to
choose from. Padded and not
padded. 32 to 44. A to C cups.

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Washable cotton. White only.
Slips, sizes 32 to 44.
Petticoats, sizes S.-M.-L.
$1.00
LADIES' BRIEFS
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WASH CLOTHS -----. 18 for $1.00
Light Weight Woven

Bed Spreads


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REG. $1.59


LADIES BLOUSES
Lots of Styles. Lots of Colors. Lots of Value
Sizes 32 to 38.,

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DRESSES


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REDUCED TO CLEAR!
To save you money, we have
gone through our stock and re-
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dresses for quick sale.'
WAS $17.75 to $19.75
NOW $15.00
WAS $12.75 to $14.75
NOW $11.00
WAS $8.95 to $10.95
NOW $8.00
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FOR COUNTY JUDGE people and Gulf Cotmty. I am well HARLAND PRIDGEON PHILYAW NAMED TO A&M doilege, is among 1,85 A&M or more who achieve a grade point
i- I hereby announce my candidacy qualified to serve you. I was your to the best of my ability. DEAN'S HONOR ROLL students from 3,5 states and 15 average of 3.0 or better. This is
POLITICAL t he offt of County dge o19 to Jan.is er fran tohavne DGEO STILIWATER, OKLA. James other countries who have been based on 4.0 for straight A, 3.0 for
"'- AFaur~ El Gulf County subject to the Demo- his privilege again as your ser- For County Judge I. Philyaw of Port St. Joe, sopho- camed to the Dean's Honor Roll a B average.
ANN UN E Ncratic prary of May office. vant in this office. I will work un- I am seeking re-election to ano- more in Commerce at Oklahoma for the first semester of the cur- --
If elected to this hig office I tir;ngly if elected to this office for other term as your County Judge. rent school year. The Atlantic- Ocean is west of
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER promise: the best interest and the develop- I feel that my past record has been
I hereby announce my candidacy a. To maintain the oand office ient ent of Gulf County. a good one and promise to make here for many years and the ma- This honor is given only those [he Pacific Ocean, at the Panama
for re-election to the offiwill endeavor to co dct myself you a good judge during the corn- jority of the people know me. I students carrying 15 college hours Canal Zone.
ty Commissioner from District 3 manner. in this office, if elected, in a way ing term if re-elected, will do my best for the county in-
subject to the approval of the vot- b. To employ a capable and cour- the people will be proud of, with Your vote and support will be terest. I helped to create the .
er '6( Gulf County art the poll c r teous assistant to give better ser- courtesy and efficiency. Your vote sincerely appreciated. County and carried a load of peo-
May 8. I am standing on my record vice to all the people of Gulf and support will be greatly apprec- FOR COUNTY COMMISSION ple up to Tallahassee, to vote. I A Z TABLET FOR
of representing the best interests County. iated. I hereby announce that I will have also given several roads to
of thl county as a whole, co-operat- c. To beavailable at all hours to r e. ATd another termban Coun Com- thecounty- several roadc to A TITI* AAA
thec e ofc duin regular ARTHRITIS COtig ALFALFA
"School Board and other county deness otMy record as a County Commis- vo'e and support.
-partments with the future progress hours. Vote For and Elect sioner for over three years will Respectfully, aT eos $2.49 A 1
of the county always in m'd I d. I will NOT resign during my A.J. STRICKLAND show that I have conducted my ofJ.M. Cleckley. T
.sure you that it re-ela.ted, I term of office in favor of any per- To The Office of f-ice in a high and efficient man-
ihall comment of oinue r county, keein Your VOTE and SUPPORT will COUNTY COMMISSIONER r"er, with the interest of the peo- Vote For and Support
r mind the best interest i; of 11 be greatly appreciated. District 1 Gulf County pie always first, T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT 6W00 Tablets $9.95
n mind thpeople" SM P. HUSBAND Your Vote and Support Will Be Being always mindful that I am ror T LETS
th popl. G. H T Appreciated a servant of the people, I have COUNTY COMMISSIONER / Containing concentratedT m
SCLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT mae evey eort to serve the Gulf County-District 5 powdered extract of the sugi Ma
FOR TAX COLLECTOR CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT HARLAND PRIDGEON people well. If re-elected, I promise Representation On A County- a ng itaminand min
I -rb announce m candidacy I announce that I am a candidate Candidate for the Office of to continue this endeavor. Wide Basiseaihamn an
forthe oi cef mY -ub for re-election to the office of Tax Collector, Gulf County It has been a pleasure serving a- -l rich ALFALFA plant plus fast working pain
S"th office DemocraticprimarbClerk of Circ uit Court for Gu I am very grateful to the vo- the people and with that thought Vote For and Elect agents offers effective same day relieffrom
ect to te Democrat8, 1956. ic primarelected County. I sincerely appreciate your ters of Gulf County for giving me in mind I am requesting your con- W. C. ROCHE the agonizingpains of arthritis,rheumatism,neuritis,
ecpromnize to maintain this office continued support in my behalf. As the opportunity of serving them tinted support and friendship. --_ and neuralgia. ALPHA TABLETS.are sold on a
in a courteous and efficient mane- o lr, I me to h as their Tax Collector for the past GEORGE W. COOPER COUNTY COMMISSIONER
ner at all times. fulfil, with efficiency and dignity y, three years. District One- Gulf County DRU
nour vot e and support will be every responsibility of the Clerk's I will deeply appreciate your COUNTY COMMISSIONER "With Proven Ability To Build" BU ETT' DR STORE
greatly appreciated. office.GEORGE Y. CORE consideration when you cast your I am announcing for County Corn- Your Vote and Support Will Be. eUS
4t-3-28 WALTER T. STAFFORD GEORGE Y. CORE ballot on May 8 for Tax Collector. miasioner for District Number One Appreciated I
SO I promise, if elected, to serve you of Gulf County. I have been living
-FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce my candidacy I herewith announce that I will
for the office of School Board seek another term as the dieriff ....
Member in District Four. of your county. My record, as saher-
If I am elected,.I will consider iff for more than 19 years, wl -
the voters problems in their school show that I have always condu-t-
system, as the problems of the d the office in a bustinuss-like
-School Board. I plan to work with manner
the people of this county to better 1, nas been my pleasure to serve U..
our school system. I plan to work the good people of my county and
toward the program of putting taxI have always had the cooperation
money where it will do the most ot the people of the county. With-
good, loutthe cooperation we could not
Your vote and support will be have had the success we have had
appreciated, in law enforcement. For this
C. E. "PECK" BOYER I will be ever thankful, being
mindful that I am a servant of
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER the people. If reelected, I promise
I wish to announce that I am a to give you the same courteous
candidate for County Commission- service that you have had in the
er from District No. 1, subject to pPast.
On this record I ask you to re-
the May 8 Democratic Primary. turn me to this important office.
I nave been a resident of Gulfi BYRD E. PARKER
County for twenty years, and dur- FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
in tat time I have donemylevel I I hereby announce myself again
ing iat time I have done my levefor County Commissioner in Dis-
bet at whatever I have unr- trct 1. I trust in the people as a ...... ....... ........ -- .
taken. whole. I know I can make you a as7.
It it your wish that I be a memr good commissioner. Will be hon- ... ... *. --
ber of the County Commission, est and fair 'ith everyone. will .
please let me .have your support. be appreciated.l up advtwi ,.,:.. ,. "
Ta return, I promise you I wili d-- HENRY BOZEMAN
ote my every effort to the prob- O.,U Y.M ..' .
lems of the county's business n Peter G. Strange makes his an- 4k,
the same manner as you would ;f nouncement that he is a candidate
you yourself, were a member of fcr County Commissioner, District ,
the Board. 3, to the people and friends of Gulf
CLYDE F. BROGDON County. If elected to this impor-
Pi PltlAtant office, I will work for the ..
(Paid Political Adv.) best interest and welfare for the


MONTHS
TO
36 UPAY


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SEE OR CALL


R. .- Marshall


1021 Woodward Ave.


Phone 7-5941


oYou Are Cordially Invited To Attend

Long Avenue Baptist Chucrh
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP --------11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --- 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP --- 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.n.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



SILAS R.

'Mickey' STONE
..CANDIDATE FOR

Representative
GULF COUNTY

The Peoples' Candidate

V'e Sincerely Solicit Your
N oVote and Support

.Not My Will
... But Thine Be Done


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the "cupful of trouble"-the "dirty-burning tail-
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UP
TO


THS STAR, FORT WT, 4019, QUO'e COUNTY, FLORIDA


THUR&D.AY, APFIIL 6, 1966







RIN Thi ST. FOt *1'. 4, QULF o fLO4tDA -Ma plyM


Pine Canker Attacks Young Trees At r to those found on pine are
Thi Time of Year Watch For It It's pretty hard to knock out
s i e or -- atc or T pine canker. If only the branches
are affected, you can check spread
That bright yellow powder you pines, to the trunk by cutting off the in-
see this time of year on swellings i The canker usually appears in fected branches close to the trunk.
on nine trees is one of Spring's the form of gall-like swellings It .the trunk of a small tree is in-


Methodist WSCS Meets
At Church Monday
The regular business meeting of
the Woman's Society of Christian
Service met Monday at the First
Methodist Church with 25 members


uglier sights, as far as Florida's which may completely surround the fected, you might as well cut down present.
practicing foresters and home own- branch or trunk affected. In March, the tree and plant another one. In Mrs. Edwin Ramsey, president,
ers are concerned. I yellowlsh-oflange Iblisters on the pine plantations taking out diseased presided over the meeting. The
It's a disease-pine canker, list- surface of these galls rupture and trees during regular thinning oper- meeting opened with the singing of
ed in the forest pathology text- release dust-like spores which take nations apparently helps to hold in- "There's Within My Heart A Mel-
books as Cronartium fusiforme ac- to the wind. Air currents may car- section and re-infection down. ody" followed with a prayer.
cording to R. A. Bonninghausen, ry the spores over a quarter of a Aemoving oak species from the Mrs. Robert King presented the
Management Chief for the Florida mile. zone of spore travel is not practi- devotional on Spiritual Joy.
Forest Service. 1 After a short period on the al- cable as a means of control. Reports of officers were read
The disease is not restricted to ternate host, they take off again -- and approved. Mrs. Robert King
the trees of the woods, as you to make trouble for more pines. IB ner PIln was elected a delegate to the Me-
might have already discovered in That's the only way the disease Bs Meeting thodist Conference which will be
making the rounds of your home can spread-from pine to alternate I U WOuAod Florida held in Montgomery. Mrs. Ralph
pines. It won't be much comfort host, certain species of oak, and ywrid Swatts was elected president of the
to you to know that, to seedlings, back to pine. It can't travel direct WSCS with Mrs. Billy Howell elect-
saplings, and small pole-size trees, from pine to pine. Practically every bank in the ed to serve as secretary of youth
fjsiform is quite destructive, ei- The only part of the oak affected sate will be represented when work for the coming year.
their killing trees outright, or mal- is the leaves. They show yellowish bankers of Florida convene for The meeting was dismissed with
forming them badly and reducing blotches, with or without small their 62nd annual meeting to dis- the regular benediction.
their rate of growth. Brown specks in the centers, on cuss affairs of state, banking, fi-
But the disease rarely kills big the under surfaces. No galls simi- nance, economics and politics, itJ Gets
wis announced this week, by C. B. James R. G UIftor Gets
MoLeod, president of the Florida Amphibious Training
..------ Bankers Association and president i
of the Bank of Crestview in Crest-
.-__ ..... .. 1,ST AV TDIV TAPANT-First.t


Come in and
ROCKET
AROUNDD THE
BLOCK (OR 'ROUNE
THE TOWN IF YOU LIKE)
NEAREST


View. The annual conUventionL will
be held at the Hollywood Beach
Hotel in Hollywood on April 12,
13 and 14. Between 800 and 900
,bankers and their wives and guests
are expected to attend.
The serious business of the oc-
casion will be supplemented by an
elaborate program of entertain-
ment for both men and women
which will be climaxed by the an-
nual banquet on the night of Ap-
ri! 14. Also at this event newly'
elected officers of the association
will be installed and each will
make brief talks.
Expected to attend from Florida
Bank' at Port St. Joe will be Mr.
and Mrs. S. L. Barke.
Leaves For FSU
Miss Sibbie Brinson left Monday
to resume her studies at Florida
State University, after spending
the Easter week end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brinson.
---
A chandelier in Radio City is
the largest in the world.


Lt. Charles E. Guilford, 25, son of
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Guilford,
Port St. Joe, is receiving amphi-
bious landing training in Japan
with the 1st Cavalry Division.
Climax of the training will be a
beach landing on the Island of Iwo
Jima, supported by warships, air-
craft and a simulated atomic at-
tack. Preparation for the assault
includes classroom and practical
instruction in the use of landing
craft.
A platoon leader in Tank Com-
pany of the division's &th Regiment,
he entered the Army in April 1951.
Guilford, a Veteran of service in
Korea, is a 1949 graduate of Port
St. Joe High School.
Week End Guests
Gil Smith of Boston, Mass., Car-
men Battaglia of Niagara Falls, N.
Y. and Donald Ramsey, students at
Florida State University were the
guests of Donald's parents, Mr. and
Mrs Edwin Ramsey over the Eas-
ter week end.


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LET US HELP YOU you his correct size if he has registered with us.
Make your shopping easier and more accurate.
TO BE RIGHT Let us help you to be right. .



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"11 TOYAC I I LLIE 1"


U. of Florida Alumni
To Meet In Panama
GAINEISVILLE University of
Florida alumni from Hoimes, 4R
ington, Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf and
Bay counties will hold a district
banquet in Panama City Tuesday,
March 27, according to John S.
Shipp, Marianna, district vice presi-
dent.
The banquet program, beginning
at 7:30 p.m., will feature Leland
Hiatt, executive secretary of the
Alumni Asosciationi, and John Eib-
ner, assitsant football coach, as
speakers.
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, president of
the university, will make his first
official visit to this district and
West Florida, May 1-4, according
to Shipp.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this method of
thanking all who were so kind and
thoughtful on my behalf during my
recent injury and operation.
Your kind words and deeds help-
ed immeasurably toward my re-
covery.
JIMMIE GUTXUFORD

ELECT
JOSEPH I. 'JOE'1MATHIS


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STATE SENATOR
25th Senatorial District
BAY WASHINGTON
CALHOUN and GULF
COUNTIES
Lawyer and Businessman
flonest-Able-Experienced
(Paid Pol. Adv.)


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=- _- Ibetween Adlai Stevena and Estes made considerable progress in this ing at high speed and he has a Iand Warren with Lowry and Bry-
Keaer, Both en hae active state on his last visit and he seems strong following in spite of the eft ant trailing and Price and Streets
TO CLASSIFY ganizations in the state working to have the knack of getting down torts of Lowry and others to tear lost in the cloud of dust but bark-
SATin their behalf and both are sche- to people and making a favor- him down. He a forceful and g their heads off even i they
TOO LATE to make Florida appearance able impression wherever he goes. colorful campaigner and has a pret- .. ...
BY RUSSELL KAY between now and the May primary. Stevenson has his work cut out ty strong organization left over ts th ai.
K.efauver's ability as a vote-get- if he hopes to stop Kefauver in from his previous administration CARD OF THANKS
The national political spotlight ter and campaigner in presidential Florida and it will be interesting that is working tooth and nail in I wish to ak all who were so
to see how thesehia taoughwtul of me and my family
Vnig& to Florida as the next bat- preference primaries in other states to ee boys work in is behalf. toughtul o me and my family
tleaground in the fight for ballots has focused attention on him. He their head-on battle for Florida's Collins enjoys the advantageof during my recent stay in the hos-
favor. running while in office, a position ial. I would especially like-to
With the segregation issue hot- former gubernatorial candidates Iexpress my thanks for the beaut--
_:_____ | ter than a firecracker in the guber- have not had. His effrots to ad- Iex es and the many oardt I
LATE SHOW natorial campaign, both presiden- vance the welfare of the state El flowed during this time.
tial hopefuls are handicapped in through his appreciation tours hasi May God bless each of you for
SMarch 13 their Florida battle as they find res-ulted in, a tremendous amount kindness.
Friday, March 13, themselves unacceptable to a large of favorable publicity for the state your nes BRneIGs.AN
segment of Florida voters who are in the nation's business and indus- _____
;l.' "?'"\.^ BORIS K ARLOFF not in accord with their views on trial circles. He has handled, him- Education does not grow from
< the subject.. self well as governor and has a beautiful buildings.
B4" ELA LUGOSI While the Florida spotlight will strong following among leading
e.. .t.-erB /Ciifxremain focused on the Governor's citizens and business and indus- _
: ., A Universal Picture lace, national interest will center trial people.
on Stevenson and Kefauver. Flor- Lowry, who is pinning all his Make a Date
ida's position as a state on the hopes on the segregation issue, has with the Newest
segregation question will be more acquired a certain following that
S or less determined by the outcome will give him some votes, but his f
of the gubernatorial campaign. progress. Will depend on his ability
Fuller Warren's campaign is mov- to cut in, on Warren rather than
Collins or Bryant, for he and Fuller
are battling for the wool hat boys
and Fuller has had a lot more ex-
W perience than the General when
it comes to campaigning in this
SBparticular field.
te r Opponents of Collins are not
leaving, a stone unturned to em-
barrass him in every possible way; C 4 VM EIN AND
MSp e M picketing his hotel, for example,
softrMI g6trying to get him before a grand
M M jury in Lake County, and question-
Simg his every move and action.
Such tactics are not unfamiliar
!.o the American voter and my
SPECIALS FOR THURS. THROUGH WED., APRIL 5 TO APRIL 10 guess is that before this mess is
over it will backfire in Collins' fa-
vor. The fact remains that in the
-Plenty of Fresh Ga. Un classified eyes of most folks Collins has been
... a good governor and has held his
Large doz J 1'9. position with dignity and credit
0 I Z to himself and the state. While his OR 'ROUND THE TOWN
actions have not always pleased IF YOU LIKEl I
L a rg d IL. political groups or cliques he has,
nevertheless, retained the good will SEE YO U R
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FRESH SMOKED SUGAR CURED SEMINOLE dividuals who are sincerely unbia- N AR ST
r ed in jheir concern for the welfare
PORK SHOULDER lb. 25c SLAB BACON lb. 29c of the state and whose judgment
is i ot blinded by prejudice and
FREGH Sugar. Cured Smoked Economy hare.
PORK BACKBONE lb. 33c SLICED BACON lb. 29c it is too early to start specula. rlE
ing on the outcome of the race, but LI
DRESSED and DRAWN it appears that at the moment the
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FRESH PIG FEET and
REGISTER'S GREEN HILL NECK BONES b. 12c
SAUSAGE lb. 39c NECK BONES lb. 12c
U. S. GOOD FRESH GROUND
DOTHAN STYLE HAMBURGER 4 lbs. $1.00
SAUSAGE lb. 29c
PURE PORK PAN
SKINLESS PAN SAUSAGE 4 Ibs. $1.00
WEINERS lb. 29c FRESH
PORK HAM lb. 39c
BEEF LIVER lb. 29c MEATY SMOKED .
HAM HOCKS lb. 15c
SELECTED CENTER CUT
PORK LIVER lb. 29c PORK CHOPS lb. 49c

WISCONSIN STATE END CUT
HOOP CHEESE lb. 49c PORK CHOPS lb. 39c

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


White Meat lb 18o

NABISCO ARMOUR STAR
VANILLA WAFERS Ig. box 31c Cooking Oil No. 10 jug $1.39
NABISCO PREMIUM WHITE
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POUND PACKAGE GREEN HEAD
OLEOMARGARINE 19c CABBAGE lb. 5c
SUGAR CURED GOLDEN RIPE
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ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising U. S. GOOD
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ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising KILN DRIED
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ROBIN HOOD, Plain or Self Rising CANNED 1 lb. 14 oz. can
FLOUR 25 lbs. $1.74 PORK & BEANS 2 for 35c
JIM DANDY U. S. GOOD RIB and
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PURE CANNED 1 lb. 13 oz. can
PORK FAT No. 5 jug 45c SWEET POTATOES 2 for 35c
PURE FRESH INDIAN PASS
PORK FAT No. 10 jug 79c OYSTERS pint 59c

L. C. PACKING CO., SMOKED TENDERIZED
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First Baptist WMS
Met Monday Afternoon
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the First Baptist Church met
Monday afternoon at the church for
the Royal Service and business


imeeLing,
,Circle One was in charge -of the
program under the leadership of
Mrs. Ralph Nance, chairman. Mrs.
Nance opened the meeting with a'
devotional', "Tell them of Jesus,
The Mighty to Save" followed with


Mrs. Wesley Ramsey, Mrs. W. J. ST. JOSEPH'S ALTAR
Belin, Mrs. W. I. Carden, Mrs. Ce- SOCIETY WILL MEET
cil Linton and Mrs. J. B. Thomas Women of St. Joseph's Altar So-
taking parts. A silent meditation city will meet Thursday evening
closed the meeting. at 8:00 p.m. for their regular
Scriptures used for the medita- monthly business meeting. Hostess
tion was from Luke 19:10 and for the meeting will be Mrs. Earl
'John 20:21. Atchison at her home on Woodward
Mrs. W. 'C. Pridgeon, president, Avenue.
presided over the business meet-
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RE-ELECT

Cecil G. Costin, Jr.
your .

State Representative


EXPERIENCED CAPABLE

I feel that my record as a member of the Legislature
has been a good record and the legislation which I intro-
duced and supported was for the best interest of the people
of Gulf County.
I respectfully solicit your continued vote and support
upon my past record.
Sincerely,
CECIL G. COSTING, JR.
(Paid Political Advertisement)


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Tl-fURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1956
prayer followed with a roll call
answered by 24 members. Three
new members were introduced' as
Mrs. J. B. Thomas, Mrs. P. W. Pet-
ty and Mrs. Pinson. Mrs. Mike
Namynanik was introduced as a
visitor.
Reports from the chairman and
officers were given. Plans to serve
donuts and coffee after the revival
services next week Monday through
Saturday by circles one through
circle 6.
Mrs. C. Byron Smith dismissed
the meeting with prayer.
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CHUCK ROAST pound 29c FLORIDA ORANGES doz. 29c6<
BRISKET STEW BEEF lb.19c LARGE STALK CELERY 10c
I i TENDERIZED STEAKS lb. 69c JUMBO HEAD LETTUCE 19c,
0 Fresh | FRESH BEEF LIVER Ib. 39c FRESH TOMATOES lb. 25c
I f | | i' FRESH PORK NECK BONES Ib. 19c BELL PEPPERS 2for 9cs
I FRESH PORK BACK BONES lb. 49c CARROTS 2 cello bags 23 C
mQ~lil r B FRESH PORK SPARE RIBS lb. 49c N R 8L 5
5 Pounds 2 PALM RIVER WEINERS pkg.039c atoes 2l|
I ..... FRESH MULLET Ib. 15c FRESH TURNIP ROOT lb.lOc 0
c SLAB BACON (Sliced Free) lb. 29c RED HOT PEPPERS lb. 29c
CALIFORNIA SUNKIST DOZEN
FLORIDA GRADE "A" SMALL "i
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GIANT SIZE BOX I W I iB
ArTSPH AM rI SWEET CORN 33ig.ears25c
SI U 0 ISweet ,and Juicy FRESH EGG PLANT lb. 19c
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MAYFIELD CORN tall can 10c .
CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 3 cans 29c
SALL BRANDS MILK 3 large cans 39c ORNE doz 29c


NBC VANILLA WAFERS pkg. 33c
LITTLE CHEF CATSUP 2 bottles 29c 4
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HARTS GREEN BEANS 2 tall cans 25 c
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NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
daughter, LaDonnie spent -the week
end in Bonifay visiting with friends
and relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar
of Tyndall Field were the week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Dykes.
'Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Shoots
and children Gloria and Donnie
spent the week end in Bonifay vis-
iting with Mr. and Mrs. Sollie (Sapp.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Ivis Pinter and
children and Mrs. Allen Norris and
children spent Thursday in Apala-
chicola visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Dykes.
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. Ivis Pinter and
Mrs. Allen Norris motored to Pan-
ama City Friday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levins and
daughter Regennia were week end
guests in Bonifay.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradley of
Panama City were the guests of
Mr. ard Mrs. Jim Maddox Thurs-
day.


Phone BAIl 7-9291


Bill Bennett, a student at Florida
State University in Tallahassee
spent several days visiting with
his vife and children, Mrs. 'Bill
Bennett and Hilton and Richard.
Mr and Mrs. Cleveland Hall spent
Monday in Marianna visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Willys Liptford.
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley and
children were the guests of the
latter's parents, in Milton during'
the spring holidays.
Honored With Party
Mrs. Bill Bennett honored her
son Richard on his tenth birthday
with a party at his home on Du-
val Street, Saturday at 4:00. Sev-
eral games were played then re-
freshments of cake, ice cream,
drinks and cookies were served to
the following guests: Jerry 'Wynn,
David McCormick, Ralph Elliott,
David Young, Bobby Kennedy, Lin-
da Alfonso, Philip Ivey, Terrell
Buias, Mary Louise Walker, Char-
lene Walker, Alphus Jernigan, Hil-
ton Conger and the honoree, Doyle
Richard. Miss Carrie Jo Walker
assisted Mrs. Bennett in serving.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams and
daughter Chris spent Monday in
Panama City visiting with the lat-
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant.
Mary Kathryn Conner of Wewa-
bitchka spent 'Sunday visiting with
Miss Peggy Ann Haskin.
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Ivis Pinter and
children were the Monday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebar-


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williaus Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publlitba Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
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Entered as second-cl.ss matter, December 19. 1987, at the
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DIAL BAll 7-8161

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tisements, the publishers io not hold themselves liable far
Damages further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed w rd
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely assertl,
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
ii last" the priuted word remains.


M. P. TOMLINSON

REALTOR INSUROR


403 Munument Ave.


Port St. Joe, Fla.


WimVV luberly, Plaintiff's A'ttorney,
whose address is Port St. Joe, Flor.
ima, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original
of an answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed against him herein.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 20th day
of March. A. D. 1956.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court.
(SELAL) By Rosselle Gaskin, D.C.


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?23 Monument Ave.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULP COUNTY, FLORIDA

gar of Tyndall Field. upon a vote there were ayes three, i Ashley Costin Now
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and nays none.
S pn. v a d sn Commissioner Ramsey moved Stationed At Milton
children spent several days in Sum- that the following local citizens be
ter and Cross City visiting with appointed as pollholders for the --- -----
friends and relatives. Special Referendum Municipal lile
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gardner and tion to be held Tuesday, March 27,
1956: Mr. W. W. Barrier, Sr., as J
children spent the spring holidays clerk, Mr. Jack Fowler as ballif, I
in Bagdad visiting with friends, and Mrs. W. J. Ferrell, Mrs. Ruth
and relatives. Ramsey and Mrs. Addie M. Good- .
s_____ son as inspectors. This was second-. '
ed by Commissioner Hallmark and
upon a vote there were aye three
"*INUTES OF THE nays none. ,
Mr. Henry Geddie, City of Port ;-
CITY COMMISSION St. Joe Volunteer Fire Chief stated
that the he had received an invi- '
station from the Florida State Fire- .
Minutes of th eRegular Meet- man's Asosciation for two members
ing of the City Commission Of of the local Fire Departl ent to
the City of Port St. Joe, Flor- attend the State Fireman's Con-
ida ,held in the Municipal vention to be held in Lake City,
Building on the 21st day of Florida, April 19, 20 and 21, 1956.
March A. D., 1956 at 8:00 p.m. The Mayor recommended that if
The Regular Meeting of the City two of the fire department mem-
Commission of the City of Port bers attended the convention that
St. Joe, Florida was held at this the City of Port St. Joe pay their
time with Commissioners Hall- expenses to the amount of $75.00
nark, Ramsey and Mayor Sharit for both members. This recommen-
present. Attorney Costin and Clerk dation was agreeable with all Com- ..
Henderson were also present, mission members present. |PENSACOLA, F.LA. Graduated
Minutes of the previous m nting There being no further business irom the Naval Pre-Flight School
o' March 6, 1956 were read and ap- Commissioner Ramsey moved to 'at Pensacola, Fla., March 16 was
proved. adjourn. This was seconded by Marine 2nd Lt. Ashley M. Costin,
'Mr. Ernest Goff met with the lity Commissioner Hallmark and upon
Commission asking permission ti a vote ayes three, nays none the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin
move a houe from Goff Town to meeting adjourned with closing of 706 Monument Ave.
a lot n Third Street in the vicniity prayer by Commissioner Hallmark. He graduated from Florida State
of ne ice plant, said house to be University before entering the ser-
used as a dwelling. The Mayor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT vice.
recommended that Mr. Petty, the GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
C'-y Street Superintendent exam- In Chancery. He is now assigned to the Whit-
ine Lhe conditions of this building FLOSSIE L. DJREN ing Field Naval Auxiliary Air Sta-
and report the facts to the Cityi Plaintiff, tion, Milton, for primary flight
Commission. This recommendation Vtion, Milton, for primary flight
was agreeable with other council JOHN P. DUREN, ET ALS training.
members present. Defendant -
The City Clerk presented a tabu- NOTICE TO JOHN P. DU'REN Visiting Here
lat1on of General Fund, Water and whose place of residence is Cool- Mrs. George Ward of Mobile,
Sewer and Municipal Hospital bills, idge Georgia.
Commissioner Ramsey moved 'hat On or before the 27th day of Ap- Ala., i: visiting with her daughter-
the bills as indicated by the tabu- '-il, A.D. 1956 the defendant, JOHN in-law, Mrs. Albert Ward.
lation be paid. This was second' P. DUREN IS REQUIRED TO
by Commissioner Hallmark aad SERVE UPON Hon. Ernest C. ...............


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Veterans Service Officer
Plans Visit Here
Veterans of Gulf County who


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need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
expert guidance from Preston L.
Nicholas, Assistant State Service
Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their Insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes
assistance to employers of veterans
under the GI Bill. Vocational Train-
ing, Subistence or other problems.
Duiinii his visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted at the
City Hall from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.


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Mrs. R. H. Fendley of Carrollton,
Ga., is visiting here with her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Pope Feiidley and family.
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King George III, she was edu-
cated In England.

Angry owners of a particular conm
mercial refrigerator blamed thf
manufacturer for failure of the, units
and subsequent food spoilage. A hur-
ried investigation revealed failure
of the diaphragm in the temperature
control. The diaphragm material,
weakened by constant compressor
pulsations, stiffened and failed un-
der temperature changes. The prob-
lem was resolved by substituting
Enconel, a nickel-chromium-iron al-
ly, strip for the diaphragm.
This on your printing Is a sign of quality.


Mrs. Louise (Neil) Alford, Jack.
sonville, National, Democratic
Committeewoman for Florida,
now serving her third term in
this office, announced this week
that she would be a candidate
for reelection subject to the
Democratic primary in May. A
native of Florida, Mrs. Alford
has long been active, in civic
and public affairs. Without
salary and paying her own ex,
penses she has worked diligent-
ly to build a strong Democratic
Party in Florida.

Marconi, inventor of wireless
telegrapy, received the Nobel
prize for physics 'in 190,9.
The average family spends from
$150-200. per year on a vacation,
according to AAA.


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SIMMONS 320 Coil
"-' : Innerspring Mattress
Reg. $49.95 --_- $39.95
Matching Box Springs Available
'K SAVE $20.00 ON THE GROUP
Reg. $29.95
Innerspring Mattress
c^.$27.95
BOX SPRING and MATTRESS $49.90
SAVE $10.00 ON THE GROUP


Save up to 50% on Floor Sample Items. These MUST
CO to Make Room For Incoming Merchandise.


7-Piece Solid Maple. Table and 6 chairs
Reg. $179.95
DINING SUITE $99.95


Assorted. Values to $17.95
17 DINING CHAIRS
Mahogany Ladder Back. Reg. $14.95
2 DINING CHAIRS


Break Front Mahogany. Reg. $
CHINA CHEST
Blonde Mahogany. Reg. $99.95
CHINA CABINET
Blonde Mahogany. Reg. $99.95
, Credenza Buffett


$179.95
$1


$7.95

$9.95

19.95


Reg. $4.50
Aluminum Blinds
2-Piece. Reg. $119.59
SECTIONAL SOFA
Reg. $69.95
2 SOFA BEDS
3 Padded
IRONING BOARDS
Only 10. Includes 2 covers
Ironing Board Pad Sets


$59,95 Only 12. Reg. $1.50
$59.95 COCOA DOOR MATS
Plastic. Reg. $12.95
$59.95 4 COCKTAIL CHAIRS


$3.95

$89.95

$49.95

$3 95

$1.00

$1.00

$7.95


See Our

Complete Line

of

LAWN

FURNITURE

Both Wood and

Metal Tubing


IS BUSTED OUT ALL

OVER!


So Are





With Your Needs for

House Porch and


Lawn.

LoAN ARE Th e VL Used T Values!


MANY ARE SO SLIGHTLY USED THAT YOU WON'T BELIEVE THEY ARE!


2-Piece Kroehler. Good as new. Beg.
SECTIONAL SOFA
Nylon cover, Kroehler. Reg. $229.95.
-Pc. Living Room Suite
Value at $25.00.
DUNCAN PHYFE SOFA
Veloire Cover Worth $50.00
2-Piece SUITE
2 Innerspring
DOUBLE MATTRESSES
3 Innerspring. $30.00 Value
DOUBLE MATTRESSES
Assorted Sizes
VENETIAN BLINDS


$229.95.
$149.95


$149.95


Reg. $59.95
Mahogany BUFFET


Wrought
7-Pc.


Iron. Tweed Plastic. Reg. $139.50
DINING SUITE


Platform Top. Double size.
$9.95 2 METAL SPRINGS


$29.95


7-Piece Maple. Worth $50.00.
DINING SUITE


$19.95


Reg. $189.50. Good as new.
7-Pc. Living Room Suite


Double Size
$1.50 3 COTTON MATTRESSES,


PORCH

FURNITURE


All iasulaEed, htes.y duty rubber,
with sturdy, protective bulb cage
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lever before at this price!


LAWN

MOWERS


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Solid Oak, 3 Leaves
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THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1968


THE .TAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


We feel these are the essen-
tial virtues of a pharmacist
-and have built an enviable
reputation around them. The
next time your doctor gives
you a prescription, bring it
to us for compounding. We
take pride in giving you
prompt, accurate and cour-
teous service.


Buzzett's Drug Store
PHONE 7-4371
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CLASSIFIED ADS


c'OR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house at Beacon Hill. See Silas
-R. Stone.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house. Call
7-3171. Unfurnished. tfltp2-23
FOR RENT: 3 furnished apart-
ments. 228 8th. St. 2tc
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.
FOR RENT: 1 3-4bedroom house un-
furnished. 1 apartment unfurnish-
ed. 522 3rd St. Phone 7-9411. 2te
FOR RENT: New house. Modern
plubing. Deep well. New picket
,fence and carport. $35.00. In High-
land,View. Phone 7-2654... 2tp
MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkins
dealer. See or write W. L. Bur-
kett, dealer. Box 482. Port St. Joe.


Long Avenue Circle 3

Meets With Mrs. Money

The March meeting of Circle 3,
Long Avenue Baptist Women's
Missionary Society was held at the
home of Mrs. Eldridge Money.
Mrs. Dolye Retherford led in re-
pe eating the watchword, after which
Mrs. Roy Gibson read the devotion-
al from Luke 10. Mrs. J. C. Tra-
week led in prayer.
Miss Alma Baggett, acting pro-
gram chairman introduced the pro-
gram "Make Me A Channel of
Blessings". This inspiring program
on missions, and the part Women's
Missionary Societies can play in
spreading the gospel, was present-
ed by Miss Baggett, Mrs. H. V.
Campbell, Mrs. Harry McKnight,
Mrs. Nancy Creech, and Mrs. L. E.
Voss. Mrs. Durel Brigman closed
the program with prayer.
After the business meeting, re-
freshments were served to 13
members and one new member,
Mrs. Mary Alice Singuefield.


St. James Auxiliary

Met Monday Afternoon

St. James' Woman's Auxiliary
me Monday afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
at the Parish House for the regular
monthly business meeting. Presid-
ig was the president, Mrs. Basil
Kenney, Jr. -
Mrs. Thomas Miller, devotional
chairman, presented an interesting
talk based on the Beatitudes. Dur-
ing the business; Mrs. Kenney an-
nounced that the tables and chairs
had been ordered for the Parish
House. Mrs. Will Ramsey was ask-
ed to write a report for the maga-
zine, The Forth. All members were
arged to keep in mind that on May
6. the United Thank Offring in
gathering. The Kiwanis Club was
requested to submit menu and
,rice 'for Ladies' Night.
The meeting was closed with a
prayer.
Twelve members attended.
---- ---


Church, who is also a native of '
Coffee County, Alabama. Rev. New-
some is a good singer and a won-
derful song leader. You will enjoy
the music under his direction.
The public is cordially invited to
attend every service during this
series of meetings. Services: will
be held at 7:00 a.m. and at 7:30
p.m. Monday through Fridv. SiT-
vices on Sundays will be at 1. :00
a.m. and at 8:00 p.m.

Attending Passion Play
Mrs. Otto. Anderson and Mrs. N.
Comforter are in Lake Wales. at-
tending the "Passion Play".

Spend Week End Here
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gaillard and.
daughter Ann of Gainesville spent
the Easter week end here with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Gaillard and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Campbell. Mr. Gaillard is a student
at the University, of Florida.

Attending Passion Play
Mrs. Albert Ward and daughters.
Bobby, Betty and Brenda and Mrs.
George Ward spent several days 'u
Lake Wales and attended the. Pas-
sion Play.


Visit In Altha
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts and"
daughter Linda were the. guests of
Mr. Robert's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Roberts in Altha Easter Sun-
day.
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Indonesia officially became an
independent republic, when it Ph
was released frm Dutch control Phone.
in 1949.


1 6-Drawer Double
Dresser
1 Tilting Mirror
1 4-Drawer Chest
1 Bar Bed


1 Innerspring Mattress
1 Box Spring
1 Bed Spread
2 Feather Pillows


In Browntone Finish
All 9 PIECES FOR ONLY. ..


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Modern Furniture< iaapuAfy
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All 7-9231


HELP WANTED: Man, ambitious, .
reliable, furniture selling and col- ROy. Lester Will
election. Attractive proposition. Ap-
ply in person at Fowhand Furniture Conduct Services
Co.
FOR SALE: GE wringer-type wash- Rev. J. W. Lester -of Enterprise,
ing machine. $40.00. Good condi- Alabama, will be the guest preach-
tion. Inquire at 707 Long Ave. ltp ei during the eight-day revival at
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth hard-\ the Highland View Baptist Church
top Belvedere. Very low mileage. which begin
$800 off original price. Will trades Sunday, April 8. R
for older car. Call Sat, or Sun., at Lester is one of Alabama's out-
phone 7-50%6. 2tp standing pastors, having earned
FOR SALE: 199 2-door Ford se- many signal honors in his minis-
dan. Excellent motor. $150. Phone try. He is at present pastor of the
7-4676. 2tc largest rural church in south Ala-
WANTED: experienced alteration bama, and holds many important
lady. Creech Brothers Laundry, committee posts in state and con-
vention activities. He is a graduate
FOR SALE: Lots, 50' X 150' Located of Howard College, Birmingham,
five miles South of Port St. Joe.andouheatern Seminary, Wake
Just off U. 'S. 98 on the Jonesville
subdivision. First five lots $200 Forest.
each. Terms offered. See Roy E. Cox Rev. Lester is well-known for
on the homestead or write Box 471 his burning zeal and his full Gos-
Port St. Joe for full information.6t pel preaching. Highland View
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house in church, according to the pastor, L.
good neighborhood. Near gram- F. Adams, has made every effort
mar school. In good condition. To ke this the greatest revival
sell for nly $7,500. About $1,100 make this the greatest revival
h,'w.l nuina closing cosL. ever known in the history of the


FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave.
Port St. Joe, Fla.

SPECIAL SERVICES
FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Phone. 7-7846. Outboard motors rc-
paired, also.
PIANO -NUNING and repairs. Cail
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 good used
piano. STOP and SWAP SHOP.
Your credit is good.
rRADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and-
SwAP.
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired.
Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.
Phone 7-2681. tfc
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S. ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.4082. tfc
F YOW ARE INTERESTED in sav-
you naed in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
ing money see us for anything
USED PIANOS
from $25.00
MELODY MUSIC MART -
137 Harrison Ave.
Panama City, Florida
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
MELODY MUSIC MART
137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 5-4711
Panama City, Florida
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
Inr first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion 'Honm


church.
The singing will be directed by
Rev. Douglas. Newsome, pastor of
the Highland View Methodist



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.)

N. G. 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. Malge,
secretary.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meetings at Mooso
Hall, 310 Fourth St.
Meeting night ev-
ery other Monday
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
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. 0
0. F.-Mcets first and'hlipd Thurs
dayM, 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited. G. F. Lawrence,
PERSONAL
Alcoholism, recognized by the
American Medical Association as a
disease, is no respecter of. persons,
nor is it essentially a moral ques-
tion. A group of the now worM-wide
fellowship of Alcoholics Anony-
mous is being formed In Port St.
Joo. Contact should be made by
addressing P. 0. Box 786, Port St.
Toe.


.TI TI// A /8 TIRfIEJ WIIT BUI/LT-I P[AC[ OF M/0D

Ends fear of blowoutel Now from Firestone comes the automatic safety tire...


Ends fear of punctureal,
Ends fear of skids I
Gives longer, safer mileage
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Blowout Safel Should a blowout
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2/3 of the air. This lets you ride out
a blowout without swerving and come
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built-in peace of mind.


the new Firestone Supreme. It gives you and your family protection
never before provided in any tire at any price. Its the
first and only tire with built-in peace of mind!


Puncture Safel This tire has a spe-
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any puncture the instant it occurs
-makes it completely puncture-safe.
No more delays, no more fear of
changing tires on a busy highway.
This is built-in peace of mind.


Skid Safel It won't skid, swerve, or
slide like ordinary tires. Takes danger
out of driving on pavements wet with
rain or snow. And this exclusive tread
is silent-won't hum on the highway.
Won't squeal on the corners. This is
built-in peace of mind.


Thousands of Extra Milesl The
rugged all-nylon cord body runs
cooler, provides better balance. To-
- gether with thicker tread, it gives you
up to 25% longer mileage. Will, in
all probability, last longer than you
own your car. This is built-in peace
of mind.


FREE 5-DAY DEMONSTRATION ON YOUR OWN CARI
0O TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FIRESTONE DEALERS OR STORES..


FIRE TONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLY STORE

B. W. EELLS, Owner PORT ST. JOE, lrt
fl..


232 Reid Avenue


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