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 Material Information
Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 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. JO0
A Progrreslve
Community With ar
Modern, ProgreIsveo
Weekly Newspap.r


TH.E STAR



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


tHE SrTAR
Published n., Port St. Joe
But devoted To the Cob.
tinued Devel6pment of
Gulf County


VOLUME XIX


$3.00 Per Year


AORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 19; 1956


Single Copy So


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESILEY R RAMSEV

MISTAKEN IDENTITY -
Last suromrer the itrle n-uman s
Another gave our kids a cat
We stamped our foot and de-
ciared tat we wouldn't take th-it
cat off her hands unless it was a
"t.m vaTrjsy cat O'f It is" hAt
-- says "'The only torn c:at in [e


vuh-ale batch''
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allowed the. cat
Us- And -qov%


Overpass Will







Road B oard


regret it
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r heLI.s asve to e 'n al0n oikl z"" :.--e' tT ll --' L t Wl3,' t, ,le :C pre~q i een

to bring fuer oil to our h r. i THE CAST of "A Feudin Over Yonder" lines up on stage to h ave its picture taken. The play will be w.. tomournow, -sn Fo D l t ear dto Late
was left off (intending to put back night in the High School Auditorium by the Senior Class. been drod from the bidsheet
on: tomorrow) That cat -went thbu b. e dropp fromh wi. d" on.'
-the hole anrd up under the bathtub Senio0rs Will Present 3-Act Comedy Referendum Onanswerto.nq

"upuder .Theol : canc CrUSade Set T0 OnHigh School Stage Friday Night Pest Control Unit M charan .


dup uon themarket aned thus cun ty Unit of the Aerican Cancer and :- in' O onder rtr sweet daughter, i played byGail rerendum concerning Gult Proceed expected


local t stores out th wausines Society kl Aegin drive for unds f.srviceR 27 pr e Fhnancial BateRatand Maw Fry, head o the -. -R EheE reUerendumr wil a o r-When theu toy R .oa I ,J ,;.
her rood out the other day. One t to appro tumor clim week'ssue ofThe Star .





l k ta wasthe evening o April -6. i F arida -* B orant to vis- I r -ys, i played by pOe ,ton, whether or not Gulf that a-d r *. .r
hsl t sa a. ..-The Seniore Class of Port St. the typical life in the hlls. Ii. r s-h .p cone twath mE threA .I-1 bi
", elwoe o n a'g3 A t ., "ooi2andboar ExhibhSoon Game la" suid a statement.,thats ,id:t In
e' i e" ey o- un o" "oNplay Friday, Arr 30, at 8:00 pom.o and n.irae of th h .e-e hl p A the .Demo6ratic t:it d r orfor. ..

Maybeinthehigh the o Commerce of oh ghte inning hdaes,. dressings, loan andrin woma to program original plans. r.



ere should e .usy on this. Or c. r d-g 8 .-- Other aid and-. The S=..t. Joe Saintswill p an ie e o A H H oggig, .ditch- h that the only ti *of.he pl.ay is ,u",
..to.ou t 0c4. ... -, . ... .. .....'.2.. p e t ,"F. ... W h.... n.. .. t e I o .. ..wt -o ,,'
local toes out o business Society will -begin a drive for fundsuppor ,a ur clnics B ateman.' Maw Fry, head / of',thew "' :,,'" The' referendum' will askwofThe Sta .





te heendum 'o o D -o theei n pl 28 t A.2i Ii ,l yrid b, 7 p gr cent o vtioee Stat your .,,..t ear y i o played byd o Lo ise : s Th r l wh ther orn il ot al to b m, : ''' ..
Primary ot o May 8 The r to national reha.. .. 1,. r i-- a pp rcent and tate.pand county -sc th" g j .me r 7 a v i s ye-.:1 -t y t he atr r, day,"r. a.. .,-r
..fere.um .as s the tae M ,. p Proved by .. .. .. Tras T t. '. Saints, Pl Wy i ty plays .: s e :r ahuld continue withhe andt atper hat perhaps."i t "o'. wao s
ro ictanr earProjt ..... .. airman Letter o the hort end a 3-1 cor wed are Peggy Buzheavy pnt o r the cu The adjutment w
S. to id- olocon hae.already gonet The St. Joe Saint out r.. team an M ar lift m plor ayue -the includes of he diggeradica shee by the Glidd. ..
ihran. It has' b t a god and hef spea 'ril meetings mag- ed an offiromlinis. 1 Rooeid Avenurd bae hitsione a home rn ay -so toE 'o ri .j:.i. ogshee iaand plang were drawn .a .
even feo effective .e that t er. Profe.onal educa-' a cancer eind amigenation oupay be ob-l Dawden getting a double. Deerypite the ain third S i
Igstate rn5atehing "- .'"tfun ar -,le a l Joi i in flms .c adeto leave o inc t'.' hhha wt inds the game m s r o e i .T he mo quit not. :- hae(f D V
abe -the 0 obir o : ar of Comerce p 1 on orch lights shining B ndages, dressings, lloan andoado m e ,'. .d-fed a gat ab originalndanoed Mhre S pnh 1i









S.r e shl" d -db ...' -the 'Count W. Murdock, OF;.and J. Scott Agnes 1:-- *- chair- t matching unds are set up by been ;..ccesfl.y completed with h
terte hold --t tse on the s Or ''-v ",, e hours ..-The o: r Other aid an'- Th --' ma, Patsy Daniea ,. Stage Man- the county. The refereadumI s onl y 75 workers par t.cip -tng. The, re-










isgettgcloseto40000.tospend were T on andBodorth Ger Holland Jimmy for Gulf.-county and was put on t of thi year'. CcampaignIn












e rest is ma rtcn ads a m o .yI on their home diamond, with seven is i charge of makeup alsoentered into the program, givL 41.60I; Overstreet, '0.; StrJo
at, oa hooe of the a o' oe the city e games to e laed under : --" r- ..- Ing the 'amount that the city or. Beach, 55 j5; St. Joe Residential,j; .;
a h i thliht T wil n th daly spends each year on insect k .49 Kenny Mill 0.00; :ad :
areC of the common housefly. Acr- aIc ca| cer Wll z,' .. oo4tt. \r t Je -.-: p 6a100n' Indian Pab'c -t.Worked-
T oWe':. u brge-n g tha youS .vote .t b ''' foll owing cau ses."' a '.i t a- in ,e 'ioag S s~. i otn atributi-n a g amounted tooad*
th~o referendum c i t'he Democr cic .egeark, .28Z cn '. Fl ,'l ;..L, 7 pc.'cent NaZtion-,.a:. Start your ,,,,..t early by r" -.. and. R" obert'.. ..... v I- ., ,,e y Td s'
U h o k handum o4 aountyn.-Cent '
uretu.asy the ., proved by Per All the. players on the team are ipal Building in the City f of Port h :l Campaig'n Chairman R.. o r-'th














wt hoed -no h- me-tbwn boys and. deserve your At Jo, at 7:30 p', Monday, April The Gladiolus Circle of the Port aoy PaNases the splendid cooper-a
Sonne to opete support. .16.T Theollowing members were S' contact. Joe Garden Club held their reg- aton he received from so many
Caer research Project airman' Leters of on the hort end of a S s copresent: Mrs. Wayne Ashley, Mrs.u heavy meeting in the home fnThe voluntee r workers who were.
ei expense o'ver the past r d '.: to local buines ad e s ses 'f c coa. -i
ee~ .......filmsNattI The loal Cancer Unthas of the local aSuayers g, toting l f other added atracon is te mausO fuse and garbage in these holes, abutting the ovihrpass :. r,'' ..-, ,ri-,"
y e a r s n ,"s i o n ale p o ,i,, ,a yre d b y O l i veba sehh i t. g r am-forc o v r i n gt g v ep i e ces -f iad j u s t m en t &r a n
.gram it hasbeen a good and e m t~-.- -.T-e"p.c.eia Lng, an office 221 Reid" v ues a ehibitione, ahome Watm H' d l and 'u ids u o w ise au
fectI'- pconoram and is ti ct .Ca .... -.. Res s, a .d .Pomc ':,-" r-iu for those who desire Scott in tl1e 2nd inning, and Harry H se a' '.' I ..__a not s
eve mre eet .ow that ...enters, Professionl ea a cancer amination may be ob~-' n g g a d e ee ..rMaryloe and Bloy Wil u, t o
stat hatgognds are too so lb io flmetthlocal y St....t.Savy twide ategamer w e masters of ceremonies are The county d igi not hve to Ded ein D riv
.."'e medtI played with only errors Toeing Jack herade and BeriiMutn They expend al the moneyarto keep thios,, % EU SSI.
erat. The County ha s been able I ....hlclCn r ,''o dd a hilarions ay ginni, g to 'pR ogram o per eating. A, funds com- "
ed dh ea prof 'o e P"lying Sunday foA the Se Joe ats oay T-he ushers areiora Sue mlteJ bye county are matched
whIch wil aid In des oying mes.a Saints were as follows f t- Patshy ew ",,'d :.:' Po with n.'. '2' per $100 by te stat.
"quto beedln places and at i hI ( 1.i' -.B.Hudson, C; "o S'cctt, P, B r tar, and Meaba Butiy. Whether or not the referendum s $1,553.31wTot
same tt e mae e onty-mor H eamm, P, H Rogers, t Bw ".Others whofve rdd.ed a great g'en a ftavdrsale nod, the state
a te .mc i n'fas weol a 'b S a a t'l.- Prridgeon, lfBc Stewart, B; kieal to the p1y and th 'oun ness 'money wll still be availsle Tout
healthful.o., SS; Ho Dowden LF; man~agrs..Son a Bloint...and Mary it wilw not come to the county un-. The annual Red C6rose Drive hae
At TthCressyt te Coenty '- W
ge t.o$,0 ed'hado Patsy Danisa Stage Man- the county. The referendum is only 76 workersparticipating. The -e-
ton inya-otconr.lo""Beae woey Tompt n t, tBeodfwoo agers, Goeerm Ho.land, Jimmy for Gulf-counity and was put on sult s of this' year'scampaign in
aTud ro.ao y'The Ciy. of Port St. Joe has White Cihty, 14e; Beacon Hll,

.tn a stte. wa district has acomon0ehomt thecity"ea
".-'; ohwduind epastr few .othe gaes to spayed under,.b-

h a ta yeedi plape'rso ramd cthe -; to be ta'ket advantage, of tha state -ict,,43I8..00a Oak Gaove, 2-.80; Wet
a ta oI the common houseflyW AM- oc O;at 8.00 p .m 6-0-s, St. .
. gettg to board of health men, Mhae r- fo r atH"y n Colored Section, 1'82.72; Miscellanoin
rstins act' ayopaying oS oenhng home gme ands that you County Unit of the ,mriean Can Garden Club Heurs eou n (downtown booth)," .1t0I2sp .:
Thores is mooeatching undsfromN'The aint..the .team tgrougho .t the season. Commission chambers ofthe Muni- aOe sona 4eevs 0 .00, .-
foragood'u "d e' '" ,e All the. players om the team are ciyal Buidinga in the City of Pur -- '.Campaign Chairman C. R.t i'a
urge p fat you allow .In to Toe cn- .0; a-
tned.-:"" hom-twn. oys anddeser your S. Joe at 7:30 pm. Monday, April The Gladiolus Circle of the Port.rawaypraisesthesplendidcooper-M
t i ,.I f. su5ppportmw 16. The following members were St. Joe GardenrClub held their reg-
to, board. at e h n,,. '.,Z. .Th present- Mrs. Wayne AoshleG, Mrs. ular monthly meeting in the home finevolunteer c workerss who were,


' ,, ,, *.. i Bert Munn, Mrs. John Sowers, Mrs. of Mrs. Paul Fensom on 16th Street unsefish and diligent in their ef-
For Unopposed Nomination Annual Twirp Dance Marion Buckley, Mrs. H. C.'Brown, Thursday, April 12. forts. Hq expresses special- com
Set For Saturday Night Wayne Ashley, J. C. Price, F. E. Mrs. Lawrence Bissett was co- mendations for.,the fine work of.'
Congressman Bob Sies in a Trammell, Jake Belin, W. L. Tharpe, hostess. John Blount in the St. JoeBusiness,
statement. expressing appreciation 4'The annual 'lTWIRPPF" dance of Roy Gibson, Jr., Bill Cowden, Dr. Mrs. I, C. Nedley,. circle chair- Section, Mrs. ParEer Hart and Mrs.
.to the voters said this weeek: the Stac House will be held Sat. W. F. Wager, B. B. Scisson and man, opened the meeting with the Madeleine Whitaker in the beach-,
"I am deeply grateful to the vot urday night. All members are in- R. W. Henderson. club prayer. Reports were heard area, Coleman Tharpe in Kenny'.
er of threnominate Third Congressional DiFAYTTE KBOURN ow a he is ee relatives, Charles vited and are to wear their dlothes Wayne Ashley talked briefly re- from the horticulture chairman Mill Section and Jimmy McNei" a
trict for renominating ,me without FAYETTE KILBOURN is shown as he ,s greeted by relatives, Charles c r guarding the recent meeting of the who gave some timely tips on seed Indian Pass, all of whom- exceeded
opposition -for MembeT of Congress Brown and Charles Smith upon his return from California with a backwards. guarding the recent meeting of the who gave some tmon seedIi a l ofc
opposition for Memey o Congres Brown and Chare Sm.th upon hw s return from Calforia wth a b The refreshment committee and Bay County Unit of the American to plant at this time of year. Mrs. their assigned quotas. All cam-,
in the Democratic Primary." "Seeing Eye Dog". The dog-.was bought by a fundcontributed to by chaperones are Mr Emmett Cancer Society, held in the Dixie- Robert Bellows, Sr., Finance chair- aign workers qualified for awards
Congressan:Sikesannouncedfor the local MachinistsUnion No. 1435 adpresented to ayette. The Thompson, Mrs. A Carbenneau, Sherman Hotel in Panama City. an and Mrs. Henry Maige, treas- merit certificates issued by the .
his ninth term as a Member of the dogs are allocated by a foundation and cannot be bought bya Mrs. V. Buchert and Mrs. Char- This meeting was attended by sev- urer, gave their reports. The civic National Chapter.
U. IS. House of Representatives. He straight purchase. les Gill. en members of the Gulf County committee reported that Mrs. Terry '
ia Chairman of the 'Southeastern -"" Unit. Hinote had contacted Mr. Thurs- Spends Week End Here
Zoiie of the Democratic Congres Highland View Church Long Avenue Church Schedules were made up for the bay of the State Road Department Bob Smith student at Auburn
sional Organization and is a mema- 'Reports 15 New Members I Now Air Conditioned Highland View Elementary showing of cancer films over the to have the unsightly garbage re- spent the week en with his ar
ber of the powerful Committee on To Sponsor Fish Fry week end throughout-the city to moved from the beach road. cents, Mr. and Mrs. John Robert
Approriations. He has been par- Highland View Baptist Church Th Long Avenue Baptist Church -- different organizations and groups. Mrs. Thomas Mitchell, president, Smith of' Garrison Avenue
tcularly active in fields of military,epo a new record in unay announces that the installation of The Highland View Elementary The local cancer society unit urged all interested persons to at- -
forestry and social security, and report School will sponsor a fish fry at agreed to a house to house fund tend the Flower Show School on Vists Over Wteek End
due to his untiring efforts much School attendance for'. the past a central heating and cooling sys- the school at 7:00 p.m. on April 26. Raising solicitation program for Arrangements and Horticulture to
progress has beef made in each. Sunday. The number was 131 and tem for their church has been com- Plates will be $1.00 for adults and Thursday night, April 26. Tbe held April 26 and 27 whether a Norman Allemore, student at Au-
ISikes further stated: the number Is gradually growing pleted. With this modern type 50c for children. All candidates are Bill Cowden stated that the lo- member of the garden club or not. burn, returned to his studies Sun.-
"I am proud of the opportunity to larger each week. equipment the church can be heat- invited to attend and each cani- cal theater manager, Don Sports, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast was guest day, after spending-th week end
carry on this important work, and At the close of the revival which ed in the winter and cooled in the 'date will be introduced and given had agreed to show one minute and speaker for the afternoon. She gave here with his parents, Mr. ind Mrs."
I assure each of you in my District, ended last Sunday night, there had summer. Each room in the educa- the opportunity of a three minute 30 second cancer educational films an interesting program on contem- N. F. Allemore of Garrison Avenue. -
a continuation of the best service been a total of fifteen added to the tional wing as well as the audi- speech. The public is cordially in- at the Port Theatre and also at pory flower arrangements, demon- ,
I ama c-pable c "'i." church rolls, torlum will be air conditioned vited,_ the St. Joe r::ve-&Ii.. (Continued On Page 10) Send The Star To A Friend


NUBR 4


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THE OTAX PORT &T. J91 GULF COMWTY, FLRP40A


LINGERFELT --HARPER


Mr. -and Mrs. Cecil Lingerfelt of Rockport, Missouri-
announce the marriage of their daughter, Joan E. to G':* -
* H. Harper, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Harper, Sr.
of White City. The wedding was an-event of April 14. The
Harpers will make their home at Beacon Hill. Mr. Harper
is employed at Tyndall Air Force Base.


*~ Beco e Sam Elbert Key of Scotsaboro, Ala.,
Margaret Key Becomes r. Biggs is the-son of aiph Biggs
Bride of Wayne Biggs and. the late Mr. Bigg of Anita,
SIowa.
On April 1 at 2:00 p.m. in the af- The bride was gowned in a white
ternoon at -_the IFirat Methodist Sacony Palm Beach suit with which
Church Miss Margaret Annette Key she wore wnlte accessories ..Her
became the bride of Wayne S. Biggs. hat was of light blue' i ; -, -: *, straw
*The Rev. Fred L..Davis, officiated. Iand she worea 'blue .orchid -.,, ;; ;':
The bride la the daughter of Mrs. Miss Hazel Burnette was .-i
_Maggie Lee Key of Troy, Ala., and of honor-and best' man was i :







OPEN HOURS: Sunday and Weekdays, 245 p.m. Saturday, 1245 p.m.

THURSDAY and FRIDAY

Kettle's In The Ozarks

SATURDAY ONLY
FEATURE No. --- -- FEATURE No. 2 --
I-*'"""~ i~r^'^ ICRIs^ JPsWm-' ^ I-


and bird displays prepared by the
Cubs Have Banquet Cubs n keeping with their theme
I of the month, "Birdwatchers".
At Pack Meeting Mrs. Marion Craig was in charge
of the banquet committee.
,Cub Pack 47 had their monthly TheLiberty Bellwas cracked
Pack meeting last Thursday night was cracked
Pack meeting last Thursday night n 1835 while being tolled for the
at the Methodist Church. in the death of Justice John Marshall.
form of a spread luncheon. __________ __
During the meeting, seven Cubs ii pse to adlvtti e-iry it!
and their, parents were presented


with .the Wolf award for achieve-
ments. Those -receiving awards
were Bobby Guilford, Albert Gen-
try, Bob Craig, Rex' Buzzett, Billy
Wager, Leon Hobbs and David
Horton. Albert Gentry received an,
additional award of the Silver Star
for 10-additional achievements.
During the course of the evening
an informal buffett luncheon was
enjoyed 'by the Cubs and-their par-
ents after which a short -"-meeting
was conducted by Cubmaster, Law-
rence Porter District Scout Repre-
sentative, Bob Walton .of Panama
City gave a short address to the
Cubs on the meaning of Cubbing
and a Cub's behaviour,
Mrs. Doris Whealton showed the
troop a movie on the correct way
to cross a street.
On display about the meeting
room was a number of bird houses
Roux of Apalachicola.
Immediately following the cere-
mony, the couple left for. a honey-
moon trip to the west coast of
Florida. They are now residing in
Port-.St. Joe where Mr. Biggs is
employed by the St. Joe Paper'Com-
pany. Mrs. Biggs is a member of
Port St. Joe High School fa-
-.'; Tvhere she is head of the
l -.' department,


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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprecia-
tion to our many friends, the doc-
tors, blood donors, and hospital
staff for their kindness and thought-
fullness in our bereavement.
IDA KiLBOURN
JIMMIE KILB'OURN .
IDA ETHEL BROWN
FAYETTE KILBOURN


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New styles arriving daily. Cas-
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SHEERS SUNBACKS
In cottons of all kinds
$5.95 to $17.75

LADIES'
SUITS
Priced To $29.50
Entire Stock Now
/3 OFF

ONE GROUP GIRLS'
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REDUCED TO
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GIRLS' DRESSES
Sunbacks, Sheers. Cool and summery. Sizes 1-3, M-SX, 74

$1.98 TO $5.95


* BIGGEST and BEST SELECTION OF PIECE
GOODS IN PORT ST. JOE
YOU NAME IT WE PROBABLY HAVE IT
Reg. 659c Yard
Sheers and Demities 2 yds. $1.00
Reg. 390 yard
LAWNS 3 yds. $1.00
DAN RIVER COTTONS -- 66c yd.
OTIAR MATERIALS IN COTTONS
RAYONS and BLENDS -- from 59c to $1.29
36 inch to 48 inch SOLIDS and PRINTS
DRAPERY MATERIALS 98c to $1.98 yd.

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A multitude of styles and colors In flats and wedges' Also thong
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$1.98 TO $5.95


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NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS
Honored With Party
Mrs. Kurt Gwaltney honored her
daughter, Olivia with a birthday
party Thursday at her home on
Madison Street. Several games
were played then refreshments of
cake and ice cream were served
to the following guests: Jan and
Karen Stripling, Paula Lovett, Sara
Norris, ,Kenneth and Linda Calla-
han, Charley Walker, Mary Riley,
Mary Louise 7 s' : Kenny, Jerry,
- :. and Linda Hill, Frankie and
S_,Gwaltney, .. .:
*Shelia Gay, Iva Jane Parker, Linda
and Diane Gardner, and the
honoree Olivia Gw'altney. Mrs.
Fred Hill assisted in serving.
P. -W :. and sons, Howard
and Adolph Worley of Graceville
were the Sund'ay guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Worley.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealy and
daughter, Evelyn spent several days
in Bradenton visiting with friends
and relations
Mr. and Mirs. W1llis Dykes and
children of Apalachicola were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
son Dykes' .
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar
*of Tyndall Field were the -'-,-
guests of the latter's parents,
Sand Mrs. W. B. Dykes.
ir. and Mrs. -. Deese and
idren returned home Friday af-
ter spending several weeks in Hous-
-ton, Texas,
Miss Minnie Ola Ray, a nurse
' Moultrie, Ga., is ,home visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
P. Ray.
We are sorry to say that Mrs.
Johnnie Williams is ill and her
many friends wish her a speedy
..
Gene Chitsm, of Rome, Ga., wa
the week end guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Rush Chism.
'


Dinner Guest Here
Williard Munn was the
guest of his brother .and
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert


Thursday. Mrs. B. H. Muan, ~f.,
dinner who has been Visiting here .re-
sister- turned with him to his home in
Munn, DeFuniak Springs.


THANK YOU,
GOOD FRIENDS

for your continued confidence in re-
nominating m as your Congressman
without opposition in the Democratic
primary. I assure you a continuation
of the best service I am capable of
giving.



BOB SIKES


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Whites and Pastels Reg. $1.49
CANNON TOWELS 98c
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Pillow Cases 3 for $1.00
L -- Sell For 49c Each .
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Full bed size Pastel Colors
WOVEN CHAMBRAY
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Baby Doll Pajamas $1.00
Solid Pastels Medium and Large
75 Gauge 10 Denier
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MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE
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BOYS'OVERALLS --$1.44
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company I
WESUEZ R. LAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
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damages further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts,
the printed word thoroughly enovinces. The spoken word
i lost the priubntd word renmau.


GOV. COLLINS CAN GIVE FLORIDA
GREATEST TERM IN ITS HISTORY
Fronr The Miami Daily News-
Recently Time magazine described Flor-
ida's Gov. LeRoy Collins as "one 6f the most
interesting and effective governors in the U .i'-
States today."
Last month, coincident with Gov. Collins'
announcing for re-election, Look magazine said
he "has the wisdom, education, imagination and
personality to make a good race for any office
in the nation."
Today Floridians know that Gov. Collins is,
running for re-election on a foundation'of high
ideals. He said in his bi:. announcement that
Florida has a "government free of -.. -ri. free
of- racketeering- and free of sham and hypo-
crisy." He said that he -*,. .' issue a detailed,
platform soon. -
However, Florida can find in the few words
above the keystone of the ( .' r: administration:
Integrity.
Florida can also find in the r,. .,r- of the
Administration the answer. to what Fl", ,i'- most
needs today and it will most need for the next
four years: Stability,
Finally, H'.,i can see that under Gov.
- Collins great _ii ._.-. has been made and can
continue to be made.
lr ,-.. r; ', ,L i That is .
1 -..' ..- arch of FI -... state -. -.. L
iI ., i *;,,:- m ay be ..-. : .. to take t! .
things too much for granted-. t '..r Americans
.can draw their own ...!' r,
Florida's Gov. -:,1 ..... .'.. on the op-
;, .:. above to take t K. i: tours of
North ast and ..I .n- .. i.: ,.... enters re-


cently. One was to New York, Ptiladelphia and
Boston. The other was to Pittsburgh, Detroit,
Clevedland and Chicago. The message he brot
to the people in those cities was, that Florida is
prospering as it never has before, but that abun-
dance wil lnot wholly support its own develop-
ment.
He sold Florida as it has never been sold
b-efore in our experience.
Back in'Florida now, Gov. Collins is setting
an example in leadership and know-how in state
government, the while preparing to campaign for
the ful lter into which the Supreme Court said
the other day he was entitled under the Consti-
tution.
He can point with pride to a program in
which Florida is meeting its many needs:
In 1955 Florida had its greatest .: i-..
ing year under a new highway code .: '".L. -. has
put the building of roads and bridges on the
basis of proven need, not political *.r Turn-
pike construction has been started and carried
forward expeditiously and economically.
The state's promotional activities .- been
consolidated- and expanded under the Florida:
Development Commission, opening the eyes of'
the nation to Florida's industrial potential.
The new Sheriff's Bureau is no win i.:-:
with cooperation between state and local offi-
cials at a peak. Crime is at its lowest level.
The death rate on the _-.- ':' has been:
i.. i- .j. with a saving of 100 lives 1:. year.
The State Highway Patrol has -been v- ':..- ,i .
and driver education has been established in
our public schools, i
The school system and the universities, like
all other state institutions, have been i .:,..... :
;,,.i. There has been no i'-r :...- .'
Department I 1: have proven their char-
acter and :,' :.., and the merit system has been
- n -..'.: :,, law and broadened,
In such fields as -: r' ... ",. ', .i "
-_.. and .,.Li health Florida also hasi I.
, u ., i progress.
These and othe *.- 1.. -. ".
with studies now .. 1-.. -* ..; I'".,: to early fu-
ture action, carry out in full the !rl..4...., OP
. i,. ,i*F C--c.. was elected governor two
years ..
Florida's Gov. (., f ..: succeeded to the two-
year last haif of the four-year term of a Florida
.... .-.1 ..' was stricken, then died in his first
year. He may be able to do what no other Flori-
dian has ever had the opportunity to do car-
ry out a .r rr, --, t :-, of six ,... instead
of the regular four.
This newspaper 1'-.,:i the man and the op-


pe-itunity have met for the greatest possible bene- lins for re-eleotion, subject to the May primaries
fit to Florida. .
This newspaper supports LeRoy Co and the November general election.
This newspaper supports Gov. LeRoy Col-


Compensation

Payments Increase
TAILLAHASSEE -- Weeks of
covered unemployment declines but
compensation payments to those
out of work through no fault ot
their own increased $76,961 in
March above same month last year,
r e p o rt a Industrial 'Commission
Chairman James T. Vocelle.
March payments totaled $6&2,979
with the increase over a year ago
due to 1aw changes which raised

ELECT
JOSEPH I. 'JOE' MATHIS


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I STATE SENATOR
25th Senatorial District
BAY WASHINGTON
CALHOUN and GULF
COUNTIES
Lawyer and Businessman
.....(Paid Po-. t' .
(Paid Pol. Adv.) *


the maximum weekly benefit and payments by $61,819 over Feb-
amounts to $26 from $20. Weeks of ruay, reflecting .the normal trend
unemployment covered by pay- for the month.
ments declined 2,101 under March One of each four new claimants
last year. for payments during the month
-In March, weeks of covered un- was found ineligible ,on first deter-
employment- increased by '2,700 mination.


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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.)


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*fl4LAPIL. 10,19-1 ; ,, --1 -s .r,,r.rrr
w'oh ^be much tood in a door Mt. if he didn't get a kick In ths patts those petftions?, What had tapBSn- short 0is to readh ttdiiatd *kit,
St tened with a dozen tenupeany nails. for good measure. As for giving ed, you ask. Nothing ew*. Our fe- friends whb have .already hlpea

Negro Pastor Gives Views On NAACPf Wh is -gon to hel t,. : *u
Who isgoing to help you then Will ,him credit, who? You? groes were just up to Ler t .n cit .of more than One th.' -
the NAACP -give you a hand-out? .If you think that NAACP will tricks. I wonder if the N: ...to Lip:, Northerners don't .want to
Laugh, folks laugh! get those jobs back, get somebody big shots understand it yet. I won believe it' like that dwn South,
The years I lived in Philly and to explain the meaning of th der f yo vers told them that *so w let them think what tey
And Intergration Opposes Proposal hNewYouse maebioey : ItDadrinyyevtodhmat-1 ttmtikwte
hous plNew York I made big money as a news from s Wabhington in the na- Southern Negroes are the Ibest join- pleae. It's not our fault if they
house painter, but ittook it all to perwth b print i th top line ers on earth but the poorest stick- have to learn the hard way.

The follow was taken from minister of Kingree, South Car- letter to members of his race thru keep going. When, I finally came saying, "Justict Department Ladk- ers when it comes to following Tye done a 1it of traveling An
The followCounty Record, ng was taken rom minister o Kingstree South Car- back home, I hardly had one dime ing Interest In Economic Pre- strange Negroes. As for whites who my day and seen a lot of sig
the Cairo Messenger. olina. The Rev. Webster MoClark, to rub against another. What did sure." step down on an equal footing with And I'm telling the worlt .tat
(This artiol was written by the pastor of the St. Paul, A. M. E. We feel such an enlightening i do? I went to my white friends Listen, my colored, brethren andwe might pretend South Carolina is a good p e or
Rev. Webster CcClark, a Negro Church ,sent the article as an open subject is worth rpeating hsce.) and got a job. Later, who lent me sisters: Come out into the open to lreds them but when we get Negroes who want to be ...'r .e
To the People of Williamsburg the money to start farming? Who and tell the world it's equal schools off to ourselves we call them dress izens My >lored brother andl i
I County: sold me seed and fertilizer, and you want, not mixed. If you are too ed up white trash or say that their -L pray to God to give you the
There are times to speak and mules on credit? When diy wea- .- .:. get somebody else to speak grandpa must have had tar in his wisdom to teach YOUR ".'"
Times to keep quiet and this is a their ruinaed my crops, who let my for you. Get on the winning side bood to teach children n, .
time to speak. debts ride until the next year? -'- you can* Forget the NAACP 0O course Southern 7'egroes let strangers come into South-.ar
I am a Negro who was born and Who let me have groceries and and the Supreme Court before they -follow any big talker a little olina and mess things up for our
i-aised in ur county. At p:esen ..--., on credit when I needed :.-- you. How lon gdo you think while if there some excitement. race. Watch your step aboutsign '
S.... am serving as local preacher In : When I was sick who fed are going to stay in a lather -- ut wait until the new begin :. petition now and froser au t .
'"" St. Paul A M E hrch na and clothed me free? Not the trying to force mixed schools of to war off The leader will still' blessings be on you and your
'" ingtree, S. C '..: the week Cros no the Welfare De -. Carolina with all the whites be marching off full '..... -.
I work my own land and als run --v*-- not the NAACP, but my >-7r- i back on their hind legs say- we are right at his heels'
a licensed taxi service in town. I own white friends. I say God bless". hree-fourths of the Negroes After a while he has to stop to -Mamie Esenhower, wife of the
belong to, the Free and Accepted and their seed! ; :- around to whisper, "We catchhis breathand mop his brow. was born in Boone,
Masons, tothe Grand Order of Odd Now don't take the notio that : want them Take an open when he glances behind him -- No. 14, 1 .
":'" "p .... .' : Fellows and to the Joint Stock So- I'm ..:. against my own race. stand with your white and colored o e ho e g a ein out. But o v 14,
city. It has been reported that I I am not. I'm trying with these' :' ..-:-. sothings can settle down, .- is hot a Negro in aight All Mammoth Cave in i- u'." -' .
., ,.. .. belong o the NAACP here. o God to lead my own people Let's all work .:: again i- tie Many uniform temperature o
F irt, let me say to my white right I'm warning all you Negroes the program to build equal schools re already making as time y 5 degrees
friends that I have never belonged not to be misled by a few NAACY so your children can get a good
to the NAACP and never expect to. .7;-, you see strutting their stuff education before -- gat grey- FOR COUNTY COMMiSSION:
I am too free and happy praising in your .; Remember the headed. Beg your Christian lead- Peter G. .Strange make hi an-'.
S. God, working hard and living in old saying, "Give a calf enough er a to furnish you with good lead- nouncement that he! acandfte-
the friendship of both races, rope and he will hang erhip. What this country for County Commisioner, District
S.I ask you to show this to your Just kepe an eye on the calves more: .- Leaders on both ANNOUNC EMENTS t e people and en odflf
S. .colored friends. around yea and yo uare apt to see sides who will teach their people fie, I will work for the'
J ii Second, let me say to my col- a show turn into a circus. If you to pray more and work toward FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ..terest and welfare for the
aI', ored brethren and sisters: are one of the calves cut the rope -..... and ;:-:..-:: instead re i Tannounce my e andida:y ,' d Glf Coaty am we
... ,.You are doing a lot of talking c- Come out into the open and of mixing the breed's against God's ty Commissioner from D'a f C e tormmS from Jan. .1,
about whites Citizens .Councils. ,:- .your weight for equa but plan to the approval of .- : an. 1, 18. I hope to have'
You say not like, a bunch '":- -. schools where Negro chil 'My friends, let all the nit-wit .'.' ol Gulf County at the '.. .. as .,r set-
g drunks whooping and dren can learntotakepride in their .i about mixing races go in am o .t on .. i -, will rk. -
r: on*A_ on a possum hunt. You own race instead of being asamte d one ear band out the other. It was o the county as a .. .- ,b .s.t-------.-- i ;,'..j1 ,'c'0-.t.it'
.. ~ ... 7 Counncils are spring up quiet of it. plan to have a -'herever 4 ... .. .. r,,
as mushrooms in the night. And White folk s have P 'r ae race and a race and t: Board and otbter e"- ,- .. *, .f r awdayf
y t*' Hyou say right. Those are smart :: to us Negroes ro use sonsI when G Eriel Rows his last trum- apartment with the future progress ithis ..., ift inA way
a#Am a t. m.. tbhe county always in ni'od. I p people w-l .. i with
PRETTY MARY FRANCES SPELL, 17, a senior at.* .-''-" and they mean businesa.-. -: and look far ahead, but -: won't the two races will still be :sure you that if re -eleted, I o r and .... vote,/
High School, Daytona Beach, is the i:t entrant in the told you there won't be any be 'surprised itf we don't because earth to answer. The .... :- of hall continue to strive "or t e d- .. port will be : .' aptpre-
contest for queen of the Florida V'.rr.-.:.-.lr. -, i at mied schools hereabouts and I'm we never have. Right now' I'm not -. -.-..-.- .... wi only show at e amientL of our couny :. .,
Leesburg May. 23. She is sponsored by the-Tunnel of 1 r ,..-, tiling you you can --'. .,- on that. ro -. -':.::.: to you colored peop both raceG were human and sin- tbe eest iotpla e r STfr i ,
and holds the titles of Miss Seaside Fiesta and Queen of the can quiet your worrying and about the .distant future: -I'm tell- ful and -: :.'.- in need of prayer. PARKER G. ART
r..,,rd., -. about mixed schools for ing you about the present. I you i f I were a -"..' :.- man I would
of you don't want the many are in the NAI.OP you had better bet you that you'll see the day FOR TAX COLLECTOR Vote For an.i Flct
I ore than white do. You just out' while the getting is good. before too, long that Northern big I hereby announce my caidacy A.J. T L
for'the officesofTax Collctter aub Tor@ .s f
know how to keep from -, white folks have told you :- .:, in the NAAC-P will got o to th-. ... primary COUNMTY C.OtM "a1,SIUEirp
S' A 0 f: them. .-- and honest. They don't sick of Southern Carolina Negroea .... -.. Oi)tpi M0rasit t rity
SILKS l A ca.-sao y this to any Negro who *-. the Negroes for joining be- just the mention of one will make|I promise t maintain this You' r Vote a' 4-.j(. *r. .- Nl Be
S-i.. it in his craw that he can't fore the NAACP was set to stir up their stomachs turn upside down, a a courteous and effic ient man- ,r.t'-a. .1
e -atla -,'-'. .
Sby' STONE be happy without trying mixed trouble between the races here at Here's why. When they came down our L.. 1 sup'* wi I .
"*cke .-. *:. All you have to do to get' :a: But now they have busted here, we Negrbas thought they :,--, .,.- Lf lb ".t i.E.3
S ---- heart's desire s to buy a tick- wide open. Common horsa-se as were pawing th .. kick-i 7. iT' O -"-'"' ""l
CAND]i FOR et to Philly or other points north will tell you that. every i who ing gravel. .. m*t have work FOR C-)L.ri ,I ',ioNeH l:
where they are already mixed. No- stays in the NAACP and in the hard enough, to firazzel an ox or- K I7 r
Reg--g ntt -..' .sa to tell you that colored ... is planting briars "n his own ganizng I j CP chapters and wi tor ct, '"- l' rI-
-.... don't learn 'books as a .. and briars can' grow power- sweet-talking suckers. '*'. draw ,r e ',a Ditrie *Noy ,' 1 w
GUhF -COUNTY whtas But see for f-C.-r ast in a Southern climate, up and got Negroes from e Dnrati Prim -. Ait yo
.- .'' yau big colored chil-o Dod you read 'in the papers in ar and near to sign them. eena -residnt-of ur
dren will look in the same grades .'.- counties- "axerciling eco- must have felt sure had tha .. .- r twenty yesa. ; nt.lf 'i ,'- ,' A", -.'- -
The Peoples' Cnddate ma ler white children. Have namicn .. Do you know South by the tail for a hl I ha done my
"-, got enough money to dress your what that means? I didn't either drag. From the looks of news in ,- st -whatever I have unner to the beat of my 4,-h I..,
in clothes they won't be till I had it explained to me. In the papers must hae fa ,
y .,. .. ..V or .Y .:.'- of? Go ahead and try it our kind of talk it means r' mighty stady in their saddles for It year w tha I .ao. m m J. E. PRIDGEON
If ou must. But don't be fool -' -from a Job or having your ... sure started driving their hor- of the County For County Judge
SVot 't to slam the door in your : :- cut off. B fair, If you were sea at a efat Then' som&- lt y I am seeking i ... to ai.o...
r ends' faces before you go. paying wages to a fellow and how their hoses began to stumble. termJ as d' .. ge.
Not My W eight want to come back like found he was double-crossing you, First one and then another. What tre my every effort to th r' p .-. '.done andt roem iet omak.
S. But Tine eD ne -Ifter I had lived up there a what would you do? You would had .,: -'.. -- Why were so many ms of the county'a buness .r good ,- the com
S- Howif you come home and fire him so quick it would make Negroes suddenly : their 'e manner as ou woa i t r lte
Sfind the-door locked? Your old key his head swim. He would be lucky heads Bcard, rC ,I iNTv rflt.MfiflSAio


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CLY-J' t. i .* [ *I- hereby anoitae that I will
(Paid Politicls Ai, .-' '.her term as County Comr-
.*.-.. --.' from District Five.
mOR OUTYJ n rr,i. record as a County Com5f-
FOR COUNtY JUDGE f, !" or over three years wil
I herelgy jnUnculU rii chauau y -,-b t that I h ve conducted my of-
for the P .- f "C',J'.r .h lee "., I... a a high and ,efficient man-
Gulf Oounty ., .... -a'. ,.- -d th the intaet-of the peo-
It elected .' i *. .fi, ... s.. ays first,
Selected .. always mindful that I am
-"-"' ." o- o a seryvat. of Uze p,-,,-pe I _ha
a iO maintain the offi in 4 a rav. ery -art t.fr, Ive t
coute capable and rl~r every of.
courtsaou, capable and f- nt people well. If re-elected, I promise
ba e po :to ri.; ;rue hia endeavor.
tb. To employ a a.W -.t er pleasure serving
teous assistant to g.-.,. o uer ser- t people and with that thought
vice to all the "i :.... '! 'ulf an *ci ha I am requesting your con-
i. be available at all hoar.'for. lI,'.:- support and friendship.
those unable to transact the busW.
ne eof the office during regular COUNTY COMMISIONER
hoars. COUNTY, COM,MILOSIONER
d. I wllt NOT resign during my I am announcing for County Oom-
term of offios in favor of any.per- miMsaoner for ,Ditrict Nuimber Oit'
son, iof Gulf Gounty. I have.been living
Your VOTE and SUPPORT will here for, many year's and the ma-
be .--.'..7 appreciated.t .'V...7 of the peopi ; k vo- -me.' I
aAM, P. IU -BAND aI' Il 'to my best 1for the- county in-
Sterest. I helped to. create the
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT County and carried a ,oad 6f peb-
* I announce that I am a candidate ple up to Tallahassee to vote. I
-for re-election .to the office of have also given several roads to
Clerk of Circuit Court for Gulf the county.
County. I sincerely appreciatee your I will certainly appreciate your
continued support in my behalf. As vote and, support. -
your Clerk, I onllgate myself to Respectfully,
fullfil, with efficiency and dignity, J. M. Cleckley.
every responsibility of the Clerk's
office. Vote For and .Elect


GEORGE Y. CORE
FOR SHERIFF
I herewith announce that I .will'
seek another term as the aherilff
of your county. My record, s sher-
iff for more than 19 years, W*l.
show that I have always condfl-t-
ad the office in a busaiu-sa-lte
manner
I: nas 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
Vote For and Support
T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT
ror
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Gulf County--District 5
Tr.-presrnta'i-in On \ Coun'y-
Wide Basis '


W. C. ROCHEi
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District One- Gulf County
"With Proven :Ability *To Build"
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of School Board
Member in Distriqt Four.
If I am elected, I will consider
the voters problems in their school
system, as the problems of the
School Board. I plan to work with
the people of this county to better
our school system. I plan to work
toward the .program of putting tax
money where it will do the most
good.
Your vote and support Will be
appreciated.
C. E. 'qPEOK" BOYNR

FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
I hereby announce myself again
for County Comminioner in Dis-
tyVit 1. I trust tnithe people as a
whole. I know I can make you a
good aomnmsmioner. Will be hon-
est and fair with everyone.
Your help, support and vote will
h appreciated
HENRY BOZEMAN


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U;;4 m. t(b A O I I O O H A A I Q5


- TOO LATE
TO CLASSIFY
BY RUSSELL KAY


There is nothing more tragic
than the uncalled for snuffing out
of a young life. The teen-ager kill-
ed in an 'automobile accident or
the younger child the teen-ager
struck 'and killed while he was
drag racing on a public through-
ifare, was the HOPE of America
and the World's tomorrow.
[Parents of these children were
proud of them; they loved them
dearly and had great plans for
their future. They wanted them
to have "fun" while they were


ACROSS
I Smart
5 Digging im-
plement
10 Old European
coin
14 Large sand-
wich
15 High regard
16 Rant
17 Isles off
Ireland ,
.18 Command
19 Ariow poison
20 Dinner course
22 One of armed
forces
,24 Esoteric
26 Measure of
length
27 Explosion .
30 Radical
32 Mirror
36 Oxidized
38 Malay gibbon


68 Swordlike
weapon
60 Designed
64 Renew
68 Dodecanese
island
69 Rains hard
71 Deposited .
72 Afresh
73 Small picture
within large
one
74 Actual being
75 of the
D'Urbervilles
76 Heroic acts
77 Weight of
Sweden
DOWN
1 Lake of
Africa
2 At this place
3 Cleopatra's
handmaid


UP
TO


21 To go in
23 Ship's
journal
25 Narrates
27 Pair
28 Money
29 Flower,
31 Split pea
33 States
34 Painful spots
35 Intelligence
37 Condensed
moisture
39 Corded cloth
43 Jewel
44 Matrons


47 Fans.
50 Leaps re&
peatedly
52 Vast age
54 Covered with
S7 warm
59 Outstrips
60 Chart
61 Unaspirated
62 War god
63 Accomplished
6 :plo--yc
67 F-.z
70 Emp oy
L *B L
e Bn we fe


young.. They wanted them rto enjoy f *- or what is happening.
advantages they had not enjoyed They provide the lethal weapon
in their youth. that can kill their own or :, -: ,
. Now they were gone. Their lives' :. They face 'the damage suits,
snuffed out needlessly -- in the the : :' bills and the anguish.
twinklig of an 'eye because their Parents, like their ilol-trained
parents loved them and wanted i" "'., think Athat accidents are
them to have "fun and advant- things that happen to other peo-
ages." Those .same parents spent ple; not to their child 'because he
a great deal' -on these youngsters, is smart. He gets "A,a" in school
educating them, preparing them and he's Ibeen told to be "care-
for their place in the World, and ful."
every penny they invested is gone ,Our present day ::: -..
along with ,the child that loved, system has failed miserably in its
Few parents would give their ogbllgtion to teach youth respon-
teen-aged youngster .a stick of dy- :"-' What good does it do 'to
Sand tell him to go and have .2 millions .of taxpayers money
fun with it. Nor would they pre- :-' students in reading,


40 Cryanaof 4 To be maae. I TN A IS sL A sent him with a loaded pistol and
Bacehanals up of
41 Performined Had hair urge him to take it to a party and
royally 6 Redcap R E n0n D EP u TI "have fun." But ,they do not hesi-
4 Ship' e 8 Performs S W CET C R A% tate to providee him with a lethal
4 company 9 Mistake E TEA R RE M I N D O -
4Most 10 Metal plate ok E O weapon far more dangerous the
49 Monks i used tor cook- 3 R A P NO
51 Weird Ing pancakes A T R P ET .E:'-' car.
53 rc e Curvedt S d uqueenMEE During the past two weeks in
56 Word of molding -. a half a dosen teen-agers
"Sto13 Flortune teller I Aswer to Paule No. M a half a dozen teen-agers
caused death and destruction to
-.' .. I :... -. the improper use
of a God given blesing, the auto-
- Star Classified Ads Bring Quick Results L :,-- e n d
Re uts -r to be "careful" but they
were young, their judgment was
not mature. They were L ., -
S- knew their way around. They
A TABLET FOR l could handle an automobile like
business. Dad or Mother
celIgl ALFALFA I IEtaigh them to drive, They were
ARTHRITIS contiALFALFA od ao eae
SARTHRTIS naturally cautious and careful
PW '10 00 'when their parents were with
Them. Dad and Mother were con-
we' T 99 vinced that they were excellent
J ,. '* Idrivers so they gave them their
blessing and the keys to the car.
S aLI ted In Tampa aa 16-year-old boy that
*| powtm faw t ot tb ^003 3 his parents, 'termed a "good dri-
"M 'I v a aan d iM ",- tried to impress his compan-
A, i SA A plant wA wo g pa ions that he was and failed to
1,1 ||agen1-ofs mml n smeday MieftW m *' -m a curve on a city thorough-
aozng pains ofarthrieamatim itis, at over 80 miles an hour. He
Snd neuralgia. ALPHA TABITS a old on a didn't make it 'and the accident
-moneyback guarantee. .... J the deoth,f of one compan-
and -serious injury to himself
BUZZETT'S DRUG STORE a
SS RDE own Miami way a group'of
teen-agers decided 'to pull a drog
race on a 'busy thoroughfare. One
of the cars struck two little girls
'- a,bicycleo They are in the hos-
S unconscious At Winter Hav-
an other teen-agers went in for
some top flight drag racing on a
eahvily 'traveled highway. Police
RE-E CT ':-them and both the teen-
r' car and the :' car ere.
e fil Ir. -" wrecked. 'One officer was killed,
d- lj I. CII II- '..'.-.' seriously injured. All be-
S4 IN THE RCU IT COURT
yOUf GULF COUNTY, FLORMBA.
M Chanebry.
IVY HENDERSON
Stale Representative JERUTHA-JACKSON HENDERSON
SINOTICE TO Jertha 'Jackson Henderson
EXPERIENCED CAPA E before the 1 of May, A.D;
..e defendant, i Jackson' Hen,
-", :' a -, to serve upon lon Silas
i F L .. .: v whose address
a.d file with the of said
,., of an answer to the Bi
S' "" against her herein.
iha'. r d a i of t T i i my hand and official seal of
Ii that my record as a ....... ii Of the 'i ,''. .. ..' a at Wewahitchka, Gulf county,
has been a -:..... record and the .. .. .. I intro- .- T- AD
vrOGER".
duced and -... ,.i-,cr .1 was for the best interest of t,.L- "-,*.',' .l rk Circuit Court
of Gulf County.
I r i.', L t I.-Lr your continued vote and.support this man can.give you
upon mv past record. dependable
EA-- .v,1 A ,; delivery of
Sincerely, .. delivery of
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR. THE
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There is no occasion.for us to
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the ads and listen -to the radio
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latest in the current (April 21.) is-
sue of 'The Saturday Evening Post.
That near-miracle, 'he says, has
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linquency, where Florida, which
had one of the highest teen-age
crime rates in the country, today
has' the lowest.
The governor tells the story .".
that progress in an article entitled
"How We Solve Our Teen-Age
FProblem,' in which he ',: .
S,.1- .. 'that 'the next legislature
will remove Florida frdm the easy-
racket.
He notes this will be in 1957 .
calls it .a significant date because,
it will have been --'.' ten years
earlier that 7 1: .: its citizens'
report completed, made
Sthe welfare of it's children its Num-
ber One objective, with big-time
and quickie divorces
.among the .targets.
Since the state wide campaign
was launched, the governor says,
we have given our .children better
schools, better teachers, a construc-
tive suinmer program, improved
S. of meeting personal needs,
S,, olesome atmosphere and
: .... 'In return, he finds, the
: ,, nave given 'Florida a bet-
ter generation -of young people.
r 'tion's. average juve-
.1 rate is said to be
er -than 2 per cent
of the teen age population.
Governor iCollins contrasts ithi
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,67 counties has a juvenile-delinquen-
ate anywhere near the .national
age; 415 have a rating of less
.'__. I per cent, a nmo oadftPTA
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FRESH CELERY 2 Staks 19c eck one lb 9c FRY RS Ib 35
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OLD SOUTH ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT
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Como TISSUE roll 5c OTT CBeNTY TALLc' A
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--" -_ -' spent the day Wedneoday -in Pan-
NEWS FROM ama City. on 'business.
I f The Oleander Garden Club met
HIghland View on Tuesday afternoon, April- 10,
M MM with. Mrs. Lila Williamson. The
PHONE 7-5053 Mae McMllan ro repeated the club poem,
PHONE 7-5053 ]Prayer was led by Mrs. W. C. Fore-
-- hand. The program was on formal
Mr. and Mrg. Gordon Adams and informal -table setting.. MIs.
Henry Ayers and Mrs. Forehand
'gave interesting talks on table set-
IT'S 1 ting: Refreshments were served by
the hostess. There were six mema-
WALL ELECTRIC brs present. The next meeting
will be a beach party the second
COM PANY week of May for the members and
their families.
FOR EXPERT J T. Story of Blountstown, visit-
F a ed Mr. and Mrs. John H: Story and
Electrical Repairs family a few days fast week.
E Mr. and Mrs. John H. Story and.
and family spent Saturday, in Chipley
SC n tr ctnon business.
Contracting M. and Mrs..Billie Allen of
DIAL BA 7-4331 Ashford, Ala., visited Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Pridgeon and Mrs. Kate
Swords this week end.


SUPPORT OF


Mr. and Mrs.
Jackw6nville visit
Mr. and Mrs. I
.week end.
I Friends of Mr
'will be happy to
improved after 1
Ious operation at
pital.
Mr. and Mrs. I
and daughter Ma:
day from Los A
to make their hc
Mr. and Mrs.
and sons, Willie.
non visited Mr. a
ley and family.
Mr. and Mrs. T
children of WE
Thursday with M
Peters. '
Mr. 'and Mrs.
Mr. arid Mrs. W.
ama City spent


ley. "
,Mrs. Wllie 'Ca
their, '-Mrs. Emm


wahitchka this
"tAs Mr. and Mrs.
TOM MILAM Sunday in Pan
Mr. and Mrs. W
Miss Agnes.H


-


The people's candidate for State Senator of the 25th
Senatorial District, means progress for Gulf County
and Port St. Joe
(.1). If elected,. Tom Milam will .-. t toward- l-- ..' ,:
(2.) If .elected, Tom Milam will fight for a greater share of
state advertising funds for Gulf beaches.
(i,'[ ,T. ..., and its beaches. -


SOur high school correspondent
says that Economics and Geog-
raphy students are going in for
"grass roots" studying. ',
.- :-- -: '. buses
and take off on ".. : -
For-Yourself-have a ten-day
look at some of the -things
i been studying about. -
As I :-. was hard to
your mind on-schoolbpokls
at this time-of ydar. Today's kids
can give in to that old urge to
bust out of the classroom-with
a clear- conscience. Wish they'd
take me along.


Travel "In. Class"


From where I sit, it doesn't
hurt us adults, either, to get out
and -:_k i .:.w it!t rest of the coun-
try lives. We find "the "typical
American" .;,', ;. rt..i;-' f- I r.
A i -: ;4' cattle ,' 1 r-... ... -
with -.-,'. :,. from steak to'
chowder for his favorite dish...
,E. : .. in_ from beer to butter-
milk for his .;...'-* beverage.
And the more we study our dif-
ferences the more we learn how
alike everyone is underneath.


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I onvri`t. 1956 United StatesBrewers Foundotwn


FOR
STATE SENATOR-25th Dist.
BORN COTTONDALE, JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, JULY 24, 1901
County Prosecuting -. ,' .*-7
Calhoun County twenty-six years,
School Board Attorney, Calhoun
County, .q '- of
Blountsitown.
Veteran World. War 1, Memober
American Legion; Masonic I .
.. '. Lion's ." Moos;
holder of Silver Beaver in Boy
,. i' ..- ~or Adult ',. .
S- ,.'.. Church, ember .--
I- -i and Teach- Men's
.. Trie.-l' missed Sunday
n- 22 years.
His record shows that he has. a21
--.. favored old age persons,
. school teachers, cripples -and de-
pendent children. He favors a am
-t the ftoo of the Dead Lakes, and
will endeavor to get it built with
State or federal funds. His slogan
S New 'I! .--: He is n- ..----.
'... Florida Federaton oft Labor
!.,l voted for and .,- :.. ev..- ery
Billflntroduced in the 1953 and 1955
sessions. -
Membear -: as ? :, .
rbm Calhoun Con :
1953 and 1955 Sessions. Has many
-friends in House and Senate.
-" (Those who know him best '"..
Shim, he is only. :: .
houn County, 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
eons, two sons in College now.
already a Chaplain n U. S.
Army.


w hepa yolir iavings corn abo*'veio
*.where ioul soviflg, are lV
***.hie -,~rment's fee
-. month earn divi~ends


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mys OVa1,1ble whn needed
eeVived by the loth of the
's float thelIst


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THURSDAY, APRIL 19
Southern Democratic Honor and
says -it's his v... v ;
There is no excuse to forfeit
' -:, -there is no substitute -for

Vote Right-Vote For Knight
Your Vote Will Be Merited and
Appreciated
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In Performance
At Daytona, Ford won the Manu-
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around.- performance. And Ford's
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records at Kingman, Ariz. Truly,
Ford goes first!


In Safety
TREND
The editors of "Motor Trend"
voted Ford's C.. :_ f.-:.:-
"the top car advance" of 1956. It's
a whole family of safety features
to help protect you. from injury in
case of accident.


The way a Ford performs, the way it saves, the- way it pro-
tects you, go hand-in-hand with the way it looks and lasts.
Ford's look was inspired by America's most exciting car, the
Thunderbird. Its rugged K-bar frame and carefully-built body
give it the endurance and reliability traditional with Ford.
These are the facts behind Ford's reputation as the car that's
worth more when you buy it... worth more when you sell it,
:ool Come in and let-us show voul


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In the Mobilgas R R::.:-. un,
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George Leece of tak Springs this week end. be& the first stanza of.the G. A. Older Peol Will .lar rulesfor *i'red statu." Care
cited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.- John'Hewett spent hymn was sung. There were 13 epl said.Newly-covered groups 6 iude
I. G. Parker this the week end in DeFuniak with py visited. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cox Qualify For Soc. Sec. farmers. architects, puublk. *engm
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. WQoten and and family last week. Q u al. *. e.ers, accountants,, clergymeil, un.
rs. Bruce Mitchell Mrs. Wooten returned home with Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Peterson and .o" -o rr l ter', and some State and l;.-
mrMany 61der workers will q0-71-7.
learn she is much them for a few days visit. family visited relatives in De Fun- ... '-, -nment employees'
under-going a ser- Mrs. Mary Barham spent Thurs- members present Helen Richards, or social security benefits .beg-' ng" 3.ers already 65 or thc._e who
the Municipal Hos- day in Panama City on business. Carolyn Thomas, Laney Branch and ning in April under the new eligi attain age.65 or dieabefore JuIl 19ES
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and Linda Faye Keels na( mne program. ability requirements'which go into fe- are fully, insured if they., a'v a:.
Harry V. Forehand family spent the week end with Laney Branch dismissed the group fect at that time, John V. Carey, quarters of Co*erage after 1954.-
ry Lou arrived Fri- Mr. *and Mrs. Curtis Grin. ith prayer. M.. manager of the Panama -City social The sixth qua-ter .nc g with Ar-
kngeles, California Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster spent The Highland View Baptist WMU security office said this week. ril. 1956. -
ome here. the week end in Panama City vis- met Monday at 3 p.m. at the church "This is a temporary liberaliza- Mr. Carey explained 2.' a quar.
. Walter arvin itng Mr. and Mrs Murray Wilson tion the 154 amendmets to the ter of coverage in any '
and Danny of Ver- and family VOTE RIGHT VOTE FOR social security law -to benefit new- quarter in which t he wage. earner;,
nd Danny of Ver- an family. ly covered workers who die or re- is paid $50. Farm workers earn" a
nd Mrs L H Kel- After services Sunday at the tire before they can, aeet the regu- quarter of coverage for eac .-$100
Highland View Baptist Church din- cash paid by one armer d .T .-
c stride ant. nr: w sprea d an by an th o for th ir royal service program. Cir- calendar year. Farmers ,.I
wahitchka spent B A. greg a on oye cle 1 had the program.'The scrip- net earnings of at least iin,
r. and Mr.. A. gregation. : ture was taken from .. 28:1-8 1955 and who gross $800 or-more.
T The Baby 'Sunbea.ms of the High- and was given by Mrs. Homer -:- farm income in 19586 .: u...-.
B.. A. Peters and land View -Baptist Church" met at~ .. 'he group sang the g hey are 65 or older.. .i
G. Messer of Pan- 3 o'clock Monday afternoon 3 To Tell", "Rescue-The P-- Other older self-employed per
Saturday in Chip- their leader, Mrs. H, G. Parker. and "I-Lov -To Tll Rescue The 'Oterolter self-empla -pe955
There were memberss present. ;l- -l' and" Loe- oTel -.,:',:mustne t aleast$400-in 1955.
S Theresso w sere 17 members, present '. Prayer Mrs. L. F. A- ad in19'6 before they a.:. 7
rr visited her mo- The lesson was the "Lost.Boy". ams The program,was, "tell them Mr. .,.-,- urged all c--..r' a-,'
a Danley of We-" The Junior G. A''a met at the of Jesus, the Mighty to Save". Tak- ers Lo contact the social security
week end. church Monday evening at 4:15. ing part on the program were Mrs. :, asr oon as they. meet ,tbhel.e
B. A. Peters spent The president Pinky Whitfield call- L. F. Adas, Mrs. Homer Echola, requirements to determine '
ama City" :.-' ed the meeting 'to order. Pinky Mrs. Nora Lee.Roney,-Mrs. Jessie their benefits may be pi W:e
. G. Messaer. read-Isaiah 25 9. The watchword Core and Mrs W. W. Garrett. Miss yeat,. He emphasized that ** 1..-
larms of Sopchop-I ald allegiance was :7:1's1 and Will Dean, Lowery,who has-,e s --.-'-. status rules, -.,''- r-re-.
in Brazilgave an interesting : '-quiriglonger -- :- o work,
"*s /sm 'on Brazil. There were '., u .. .. apply where. older wo.!kers
-: two visitors. The group do not qualify tinder the special
From where I sit ... Joe Marsh disni -- -s .......
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PIANO TUNIN and repalnL Ca Phone 7-7846. Otitboard motors *r*
C ASSIFIED ADS PIANO TUNING and repairS, Gallpaired, also.
.f M7-4691. Charles A. ScloK 09 ..-.- -.- -
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Childers
North apartment. 1208Long Ave. FOR SALE: Lots, 50' X 150' Located 35 -EACH
Unfurnished. Phone 7-7361.-- 2t five miles South of Port St. Joe. BICYCL PARTS
Just off U. S. 98 on the Jonesville
MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkins ubaivision. First five lots $200 WESTERN AUTO
dealer. See or write W. L. Bur- each. Terms offered. See Roy E. Reel Parts and Repairs
kett, dealer. Box 482. Port St. Joe. on the homestead or write Box 471
Port St. Joe for- full information.6t tRADE US that useless article for
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth hard-ANOS something useful. STOP and
Stop Belvedere. Very low mileage. USED PIANOS WAP.
$800 off original price. Will trade from $25-.0
for older car. Call Sat. or Sun., at MELODY MUSIC MART BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
phone '7-5068. 2tp 137 Harrison Ave. OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired.
phone 7-5068. anama City, Florida Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.
FOR SALE: 1949 2-door Ford se- PIANO TUNING and REPAIR Phone 7-2681. tfb
dan. Excellent motor. $150. Phone J MELODY MUSIC MART
7-3676. 2tc 1137 Harrison Ave. PhoneSU 5-4711 E. TOM PRIDGEON
SELL LEASE -Old:Panama City, Florida Real Estate & Insurance
SELL OR LEASE: Old Breeze Florda BAII 7-7741 411' Red Ave.
building -in Wewahitchka. Easy I SPECIAL SERViCES FOR RENT: Furnished house.
terms. Repair to suit tenant. Co F., F
H lanlon, Phoe NE 7,2361. Wewa- FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE.
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STATE SENATOR
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BAY WASHINGTON
CALHOUN and GULF
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. F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything-
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet
ing first and third Monday-nightL
800 p.m., American Legion Home
N.. G. C. W. Long, V. G.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation *of
St. Josepti Chapter No. 56, R. A
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All ialt-
ing companions welcome. F. 0.
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
LOYAL' ORDER
.OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moos*
Hall, 310 Foirth Bi
*-.:..' night ev
ery other Monday


MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111-- Reguta,
meetings 2nd and 4th Fridays of'
each month, 8:00 pom. Members
irged to attend; visitlpg brothers
-welcome. J. B. Griffith, W. M.; ,F.
-W. Chandler, .secretary.
Work will Ibe held in the Mas-
ter's Degree at the meeting Tues-
day .night.

SAMARITAN LODGf No. 40,I. |.0.
0. F.-Mests first and third Thurs
. .ay-, 7:30 p.m. in Masonlc H'l.l All
members urged to attend;-- listing
brethren Invited.- G. F. Lawrence,
PERSONAL
Alcoholism, recognized by '.
American Medical Association as a
'ii:i'..,, is no respectoi of persons,
nor is it essentially a moral aque-
tion. A group of the now -,( i '; i'e,,'.
.ellowship of Alcobeollcs Anony-
:hous is being formed' in Port 'St
3Joo. Contact sh6uld" be made .by
addressing P. O.'-Box' 76,' Port St.
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Garden Club' Arbogast, Mrs. Horace Soule, Mrs. don McRa tars
CL I. C. Nedley, Mrs. T. D. Hutchins, In Musical At Port I
(Cotinued From Page 1) And Mrs Lawrence Bissett. U
strating beautiful -modern arrange- Mrs. Mitchell announced that the Gordon Rae i a ersitent e
metas using palmetto leaves cut to May meeting would be helin .the Gorn McRae isa persistent fel-
show motion. Others featured the home of Mrs. Robert Bellows, Sr. low. He wanted to sing "Billy" In-'
use of figurines and a simple femrn- Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cam- '
nine arrangement* using poppies Spends Week 'nd Here ousel," which will be seen Sunday..
grwn by Mrs-' Arbogast., Mrs. and Monday at the Port Theatre,
Maige's arrangement of'white car- Bernard Pridgeon spent the week since, while stll wearing the
nations won the blue ribbon. end. here with his parents,- Mr. and uniform of an Air Force lieutenant,
Mrs. Arbogast's composition us- Mrs. Be A Pridgeon otfWhite City. he saw the play in New York in
ing a ceramic rooster with red ro- Bernard is a student at Au1burn 945. He has sung "Soliloquy" and
ses and black and white plastic other songs from it "in night cl'i
leaves won' the red, ribbon. Mrs. .RETURNS TO COLORADO engagements for years, and when
Horace Soule drew the door prize. Marie Horton has returned to he heard that'Twentieth Century-
Dainty rolled sandwiches, banana her home in Colorado Springs, Col., Fox was to make a screen version,.--*-
nut bread and coffee were served after a week's visit.with her sister, laid s.eige to the part.
to the following' menibers and Mrs. Blanche Clements, at Gulf "I knew that I was fright for'
guests .present: Mrs. Robert Bel- Sands .Court on St. Joe Beach. ",Carousel" and that -'Car6usel' was
. ISr., Mrs. Henry Maigd, Mrs. ---- right for ine," he explained laier.
Cecil Hewitt, Mrs. S. B. Witt, Mr s.' :More than 25 per cent of the "When things are right they usual- -
J: C, Belin, Mrs "W,, J. Belin, Mrs. ',res in 'the country are caused ly work out... I always. felt that fI
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