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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 26, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
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PORT ST. JOB
A Progremalve
Community With a
Modern, Progresalve
Weekly Newspaper
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THE STAR


THE 4 STAR 4
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devdted To the 0n-
tinued Development of
Gulf County


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

VOLUME XIX $3.00 Per Year -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1956 Single Copy Sf NUMBER 85


Saints Lose To

Apalachicola 9

In 10 Innings


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Little League Teams Are




Picked n Meeting Mon.


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The Port St. Joe Saints were
defeated by Apalachicola this past
Sunday by a score of 4-3 in a game
that required an extra inning to
decide the outcome.
The Saints trailed the visitors up
to the bottom half of the seventh
inning when they tied up the game.
Manager Bascom Hamm pitched
the first five innings and Scott
relieved him to go the route. Ben-
nie Hudson played as always, hav-
ing complete control behind the
plate. Apalachicola used three pit-
chers in order to muster their win,
Keith started and was relieved by
Thompson who was relieved by
Bloodsworth. Wagoner was the re-
ceiver.
Bill Rich rendered the final word
on the basis with W. J. Herring
performing with a very keen eye
behind the plate.
A large turn-out of local fans
who witnessed the game went home
well satisfied. The support of the
fans made the home team feel
good and they played very hard to
please the crowd. There is a great
difference when there is a nice
crowd to view the game than when
the grandstand is empty.
ISeason tickets are now on sale
and may be obtained by contacting
any member of the Saints.


Sikes Says Demos

Helping Farmers


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CANCER WORKERS. Pictured above is the team of Cancer Campaign Workers that pre-
sented programs throughout the city last week end. They are from left to right, Mrs. Mar-
jorie C. Bates, Field Representative, Florida Division, of Pensacola; Mrs. Wayne Ashley and
Mrs. Bert Munn, both workers in the local chapter and Mayor Joe L. Sharit, who has spear-
headed the campaign for the past several years. J. C. Belin is heading the campaign this
year but was not present when the picture was made. ( photo)


Seniors Touring

New Orleans

Thirty-six members of the Sen-
ior Class of Port St. Joe High
School with chaperones left Pana-


"Action of the House Committee ... inl, Sd nt
..a City bus terminal Sunday night
on Appropriations in approving Ac-
reage Reserve and Soil Conserva- at midnight for New Orleans, La.,
tion payments of $1,200,000,000 for where they will tour the city under
farmers during the coming year is the guidance of planned tours.
striking proof ,f the sincerity of They plan to return to Port St. Joe
the efforts eo Democrats iLn Con- Thursday night.
gress to help the nation's farmers," Those making the trip were Jim
stated Congressman Bob 'Bikes in Marlow, Jackie Davis, Bert Munn,
Washington this week. Dick Dawson, Oliver Harper, Billy
"The veto by 'President Eisen- Johnson, Gene Ratfield, Bobby
shower of the farm 'bill left the far-' teibel, John Stephens, Fred Wa-
mer, who already is in a serious ges, Jimmy Howell, Vince Kil-
financial plight, without hope of any bourn, Gail Bateman, Sonjia
substantial farm program for 1956. Blount, Martha Costin, Patsy Dan-
As a stop-gap the President has re- iel, Louise Daughtery, Dorothy
quested enactment of a soil bank Sealey, Barbara Sykes, Grant Ad-
program. (Passage of this legisla- ams, Grover Holland, Robert Ned-
tion would be a time-killing and un- ley, Owen Presnell, Charles Smith,
necessary procedure since author- Walter Wilder, Mary Agnes Cul-
ity for Ithe soil bank program al- pepper, Patsy Herring, Peggy L.
ready exists under the basic agricul- Buzier, Gypsie Love, Kathryn Mar-
tural legislation. All that is needed shall, Bobbie Porter, Joe William-
is money for the soil bank program son, Rachael Wim'berly, and Pie
and the House of Representatives, Sue Smith.
which passed a good farm bill a 'Chaperones were Mrs. Chauncey
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year ago, is now taking steps to
provide the money," iSikes added.
The 'Congressman also said:
"Much more than the soil bank
program is needed by the farmer,
'but 'the President has killed the
'bill -which would have provided a
sound program for the farmer. The
enlargement and liberalization of
the soil conservation program,


UCostin and MrsIL W, 'ij. 6y nes.

Church Softball League
To Begin Next Month

A church softball league will be
opening in May and the schedule
and rules will be printed in the
near future. All men interested in


which has been one of the best of playing see your pastor or the de-
the agricultural programs, will signaled manager of the team.
have very beneficial effects." -
Attend Convention
Mistake In Dates
Mrs. Dottie Thomas and Mrs. J.
The fish fry and political rally Ellis Denney returned the first of
at the Highland View School will this week from Miami where they
be April 27,th at 6:'30, instead of Ap- attended the Southeastern Conven-
ril 26th, as announced last week. tion for Hospital Administrators.


Boy Scouts In This Area To Conduct

Campaign Urging Register-and-Vote


Kefauver To Visit

Here Next Thurs.

Senator Estes.- Kefauver will
be in Port St. Joe on Thursday,
May 3 campaigning for his elec-
tion to the Presidency of the
United States.
Kefauver will arrive here at
10:00 a.m. and will remain here
until 1:45 p.m.
This information was received
by The Star yesterday afternoon
by telegram from Henry M. Sin-
clair, Florida Kefauver Campaign
manager.

Boy Scout Circus Set
'For Friday, May 18

The annual Boy Scout Circus
has been planned for this year for
May 18, according to John' Simp-
son, local scoutmaster.
The circus this year will be
composed of boys from the Boy
Scouts, Cub Scouts and 'Senior
Scouts.

Meeting of Collins Workers
Is Set For Tonight At 8:00

All persons who are interested
in Leroy Collins' candidacy for
Governor are urged to meet at
.the Port 'St. Joe Elementary
'School Auditorium on Thursday
night, April 26 at 8:00 p.m.

Fuel ror diesel engines is inject-
ed ifto the cylinders through holes


Boy Scouts in this area are join-
ing with their brother-Scouts thru-
out the nation 'to urge people to
"Register-and-Vote". 'Hundreds of
thousands of posters will [be plac-
ed all over the country with tthe
following message, "Register and
Vote! Vote as you think-but Vote
November '6".
Over i2500 posters will be distrib-
uted by 'Scouts and Explorers in
the Gulf Coast Council. Local'
Troops will take part in the dis-
tribution.
Scout officials emphasized the
fact that IScouting is not a politi-
cal organization, but the youth of
,the country are definitely interest-
ed in whether or not the adults
vote. 'Their appeal is vote as you
think, but vote.
Before the election in Novem-
ber the Scouts will again do a
"Good Turn" for the nation-they
will hang several million door-knob-
hangers on door of homes asking
people to go to the polls and vote.
This is a part of .Scouting's good-
citizenship training program.

Band Boosters Plan

Barbecue Saturday

The Band Booster' Association
will sponsor a Barbecue supper,
Saturday night beginning at 6 o'-
clock at Centennial Park.
,Proceeds will go to the purchase
of needed equlpmen,' for the Port
St. Joe High School Band and the
the Cadet Band. Tickets are- on
sale by Band Booster members. Be


as small as 1-5000th of an inch. sure and purchase your ticket be-
-- fore hand.
Advertising doesn't cost., it PAYS! On the menu will be barbecued
-. f chicken, potato salad, sliced onion,
It pays to advertise-try it! pickles, bread, coffee, and drinks.


Trammell Tells of Pest Control Program

Insect control programs in the;/or filling breeding areas; 8, that breed dog flies are sprayed at of which the entire county should
State of Florida are organized by Spraying the breeding areas on the regular intervals in the dog fly be very proud, as it eliminates
governing bodies and/or districts beaches for dog flies; 4, Burial of 'season. some of the mosquito breeding area
voted in by the citizens, and such garbage cr the ISanitary Landfill. It is further pointed out that as well as beautifies the park. Many
bodies appropiating funds for such In conducting such programs, it much progress has been made in more projects of drainage, and fill
programs. Boards of Commissioner is expec'.cd to control sucli diseas- Gulf County along the lines of in- in work will be done in the future,
may enter into such programs es as infectious equine encephalo- sect control as approximately five and it is expected in the not too
jointly with the State Board of myelitis (IPFievalent in animals), miles of new ditches have been dug distant future to begin work on
Health by expressing a desire to malaria, yellow fever,(A disease in the county- in the short time one of our greatest problems, that
do so, and by setting up such funds that past history tells us destroy- this program has been in effect, of salt marsh mosquito control'.
in the budget. The programs are ed Port St. Joe at one time). den- and thousands of feet of old ditches Insect control is on the march in
financed in that the State Board gue fever, typhoid, cholera, dirrheas (those dug by WPA) have been the State of Florida. One only has
of Health will match each dollar tuberculosis, typhus fever, possibly cleaned or re-dug, and made to to go a short distance in the state,
of local funds with approximately I polio, and many others. Therefore, function again. In digging new dit- or you may go from Key West to
one dollar and fifty cents (1.50). lit is self evident, that such pro- ches, it has been necessary in many Pensacola, take a few minutes to
There is such a program in Gulf grams are highly recommended by instances to clear spaces approxi- brush up on the subject, make a
County, as many of you may know, those who know and realize the mately 35-40 feet wide through few inquiries of the governing bo-
which has been organized, for the necessity for the control of diseas- dense undergrowth, and low marsh dies and it will be found that in-
most part, approximately three es. land. Several hundred acres of sect control is considered very im-
years. Some of the work being *IIt is pointed out at this time that breeding area is under control, and portant.
done was only begun this year. the tourist season can be extended many acres of land have been re-I We may as well face the facts,
There are four.phases or parts as much as 30 to 60 days by the claimed. One of the most recent our state is growing by leaps and
of your program in the county as control of dog flies in this area, projects that is being done is fill bounds, and we in Gulf County wish
follows: 1, 'Space spraying or fogg- and that it is a very important part 'In work in the City Park, in Port to grow too, or could it be that
ing for mosquitoes; 2, Draining and of your program. The beach areas'St. Joe. This project is something (Continued On Page 10)


Gospel Sing Program
Planned For Monday

A gospel music program, will
be held at the High School audi-
torium, [Monday 'night at 8:00
p.m.
The program will feature all
local talent of the High 'School
Chorus, the Methodist Quartet
and the Oak Grove Assembly of
God trio.


Regular Season's Play Is Scheduled

To Begin On Monday, May 14

The player selection for the four least five players 10 years and un-
team Little Boys'- Baseball League, der. The complements of the four
Incorporated, of Port St. Joe was teams are as follows:
made at a meeting of the Elemen- KRAFTIES
tary School building on Monday, Age (12: Robert 'Paul Costin,
April 23. Dwight Rodney iSpaulding, Steve
S+- T- -- ....h Whaltoif, William Richard Wil-


The proceeds from the program According to League ruies eacU h ..., ----.... "i
will be used to bring more big team cannot have more than five lians, James Henry Wilder. Age 11:
Robert Julian Bracewell, Chesley
name gospel singers to this city. players age 12 and must have at Sherwood Fensom, Harold Busby
Keels, George Thomas Williams.

Wewahitchka Health Clinic Plans Are Cf f simr .Age
p UI U Marion Craig, James Frederick
C mplete; Port St. Joe Unit Coming Up hason. Age : acob C. Bin, Jr.,
David Kenneth Broadnax, Jr. ('Bat
Boy), W4lliam Allen Cathey.
Preliminary plans for the We- Joe health clinic are also in pro- Team Managers: Coy Williams
wahitchka health clinic are com- cess. and George Wimi berly, Sr.
plete, have 'been forwarded from According to Mr. Gaskin, 'the 'ROTARY
the architect to Dake Gaskin, drawings will be presented to the Age 12: Larry Rodgers Davis,
'who heads up 'the clinic committee 'County Board for its consideration, Randall Earl Lanier, Thomas Rob-
at ,Wewahitchka. Plans for the St. at the earliest practicable date. ert MdLendon, Virgil Ray Rester,
| Once final approval is made by Clifford John Tharpe, Jr. Age 11:
,, hfl"r Dr0-rm the Board, the architect, 'Daniel Donnie Cook, John Harold Chaitin,
May Day Program !of Panama City, will be given the Byron W. Eells, III, Herbert Eu-
go-ahead signal to proceed with gene Gardner, Jr., Ronald Kenneth
Is Set At School preparing the details in blue-print Th-arpe. Age 10: Lloyd Allen Gard-
form. ner, James Solon Goodman, Char-
A one story brick [building of mo- les Thomas iSisk. Age 9: Larry,
A special May Day program will dern deisgn, the 'clinic presently Pa ker. Age 8: Richard Carl 'Schetf-
be presented at the Elementary calls for the use of brick with gen- for (Bat Boy), Leo Gilliam Shealy.
School by the first and second erous use of glass. The main en- Teamn Managers: Cliord Tharpe
grades. The program will be on trance, placed on the drawing at and Rev- C. Byron Smith.-..;-'
Tuesday, May 1, from 9:00 a.m. the south end, features building- KIWANIS -2 "- '* .:r "
to 1:15 a.m. It will be, held on the I
playground 11a Iw bhd e scho. To high glass and wid doors. Age 12: George Walter-Duren,,
playground c tschool.Tri' The clinic will -be located on the Gordon Gale Griffini, Lindsay E.
ens will annstnde the srie r; of Panama Road jut' north of the Thurshay, Jr., E. _IIt C. Thurs-
events. All parents and friend. are -Floyd List- r b '- ,a property bay, Thomas E. Rr Age 11: Jo-
invited to atIud. owned by -John i f n D!eph Anthony Mage,, William
The following i tis i pro'gi am and Blane Tharpe, Robert' Sewell. Age
the teacher who ;. sponsoring each 1 0 10: Wiliam E. Griffin, Ellis J. Stev-
event: C owin iO r Co. ens, Jr. Age 9: Philip Ivey. Age 8:
9:00, May Pole Dance, Martin, P u c h Wesley Ray Ramsey, Jr., (Bat Boy),
Rasmussen and Yadon; Pet 'Show, is rurchn Sed By Andrew Trammel, Daniel Edgar
Aide; Dance, "I See You", Howell; i l Wilson, Wilmer Eulce Thursbay,
Play, "Three Bears", Howell; Cargill, Stevens Jr.
Dance, "My Partner", Martin; Team Managers, W. 0. Howard
Stunts, Aide; Dance, "Ten Little and John Aide.
Indians" "Mulberry Bush", Yadon. .In a business deal which was FORD-PONTIAC
10: 00,'Intermission, effective as of April 1, Bill Cargill Age 12: Edward Nelson Hall, Cur-
10:30, Play, "Land of Flowers", and Joseph T. Stevens became the tiss 1Hammond, Alfredo Edward:
new Dodge and. Plymouth dealers Joines, Jr., David Todd Nance,
Gunn, Hazelwood, -Maddox; Dance, for Port St. Joe and Gulf County 'John Edward Ray. Age 11: George
"PawAPaw 'Patch", Gunn, Hazel- and Apalachicola and Franklin E. Boyer, Harry Leon Brewton, Jr
wood, Maddox; Dance, "Jenny County. Mr. Cargill and Mr. Stevens 'Tommy Grimsley, Eric Hammond,
Crack Corn", Gunn,-Hazelwood and will operate the firm as a partner-Curtis Alvin Johnson. Age 10: Clif-
Maddox; Clowns and Stunts, Ras, ship. The consummation of this ton Carrol Johnson. Age 9: Roger
mussen; Dance, "Looby-Loo", Aide; deal marks the end for the firm Douglas Hallman, David Waldon
Relay Race, Gunn, Hazelwood and name of McGowin Motor Co., which Porter, Herbert Shelton Smith,
Maddox. was, established here in Port St. William Francis Wager, Jr. Age:
Joe in 1946. 8: William Harry Smith (Bat Boy).
Alfred L. Smith To Bill Cargill is a native of Ever-Team Mangers: Bucky Walters
Complete Boot Training green, Alabama, and has been as- and Dan Sexton.
---- sociated with McGowin Motor Co., Two Farm Team will be organ-
GREAT LAKES, 111. Alfred L. for the past four years as manager ized from thosela s not assgn-
dreed from those players not assign-


Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer of the concern, and is entirely cap-
A. Smith of Port St. Joe is sched- able and qualified to direct the
uled to graduate from recruit train- affairs of the firm in a successful
ing April 28 at the Naval Training and satisfactory manner. Joe Ste-
Center, Great Lakes, 111. venes has had about 12 years ex-
The nine weeks of "Boot Camp" perience in the DodgeePlymouth
includes drill and instruction in parts and service. He is a native
seamanship, gunnery, life saving, of Demopolis, Alabama, where he
sea survival, boat handling, and served with the local Dodge-Ply-
the use of small arms. mouth dealer as parts manager.
Following two weeks leave, grad- He comes to Port St. Joe from Fo-
uates will be assigned to shipboard ley, Alabama where he served as
duties or service schools depending parts and service manager for the
on the qualifications each has dem- past four years with Koehle Motor
onstrated. Co., Inc.


University of Florida Alumni Meeting

Is Slated Here For Thursday, May 3


GAINEGSVILLE University of
Florida President J. Wayne Reitz
with other University officials will
visit with alumni and civic groups
in the Blountstown area during
a tour of West Florida April 30-
May 5.
Telling the "University Story"
with Dr. Reitz will be Dean of
Men R. C. Beaty, Assistant Coach
John Eibner and Alumni Executive
Secretary Leland Hiatt.
There will be a coffee break
with alumni in Blountstown May
3 aL 9 a.m., and a visit with Port
St. Joe Civic Clubs at 12:15 p.m.
A tour of Port St. Joe Paper Com-
pany mill is planned for 2 pm.
May 4, Bay County Alumni and
civic clubs In Panama City will
honor Dr. Reitz with a banquet at
7 p.m.


ed to the four League teams. The
two Farm Teams will form a pool
from which regular players will
be drawn during the season to re-
place players on excused absences.
Players eligible for these teams are
as follows:
FARM
Age 12: Richard Phillip Arnold,
Jerry Wheeler Barnes, Frederick
Leroy Bowdoin, Ralph Eugene El-
liot, Archie Floyd, C. J. Giddiens,
Ray Dell Johns, Clarence Edward
Johnson, George Norton Kilbourne,
Cecil Lyons, Charles Albert McKin-
non, Wayne Stevens, Douglas Au-
tey Whittington.
Age 11: Charles Bennard Buz-
zett, Earnest C. Bryan, Jr., Herbert
Orville Davis, Robert W. Hender-
son, Jr., Carl Jessie Zimmerman,


Jr.
Age 10: Charles F. Bates, Leon
Temple Hobbs, Carey Allen Pres-
nell, John Ronald Shirah, Danny
Royce Roberts, Peter James Wim-
4.i berly, Woodrow Wilson Walker.
Age 9: Wayne Morrison Butt-
'ram, Melvin Wayne Bryant, Wil-
"' liam Rex Buzzett, Michael Albert
Carbonneau, Durwood Wayne Cul-
S .'..ver, Charles Henry Dockery, Rob-
ert Hower Dendy, Elmore Myrick
Godfrey, George R. Guilford, Rob-
ert Miles Hooper, Jr., Olin David
SHenderson, Rodney Louis Herring,
: Leslie Junior Nichols, Charles Gor-
don Thomas, Edward Jerry Wynn,
Michael Thomas White, Robert Ed-
A ward Williams, Charles Edgar Zim-'
merman, Wilkie Gilbert.
Age 8: David Calvin Dickey, Da-
vid Arthur Hoker, Jason Jacob Ni-"
LELAND W. HIATT chols, Jerry Gall Wellington.


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tile meeting with prayer
Those tauteuding were Mrs.
Charles McClellan, Mrs. Charles
Gill, Mrs. Joe Bracewell, Mrs. Roy
Irvin, Mrs. Billy Joe Rich, Mrs. E.
J. Rich, and Mrs. J. 0. Bagget.

St. James' Guild
Meets With Mrs. Munn


taken from Esther 13: 4-16. follow-
ed with prayer by Mrs. Joe Brace- 'St. Mary's Guild of St. James'
well. The W. M. U. Watchword Episcopal Church met Tuesday
was given, night in the home of Mrs. Bert
During the business,, routine re- Munn on Hunter Circle.
ports were given by the chairman. The meeting opened with a
Plans were discussed to attend prayer by Mrs. Thomas Miller fol-
the WMU Associational meeting lowed with a continuation of the
that will be held Thursday, May 3. study of the Four Gospels. Mrs.
Mrs. Charles McClellan dismissed Miller gave an interesting explan-


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Mrs. Pyle Hostess
To Circle No. 6
R.
Mrs. Otis Pyle was hostess to
members of Circle 6 of the Wo-
man's Missionary Society of the
First Baptist Church, Monday af-
ternoon in her home on 7th St.
Mrs. Billy Joe Rich read scripture


and St. Matthew.
Taking part in "he discussion was
Mrs. Harold Prim, Mrs. Otto An-
derson and Mrs. Munn.
The meeting closed with prayer.
The next meeting will be in the
home of Mrs. Harold Prim on Gar-
rison AVenue.
w V. .
Mrs. Guilford Hostess
To Presbyterian Women

Mrs. Gertrude Guilford was host-
ess to Circle No. 3, Women of the
Presbyterian Church Monday night,
April 23 in her home near Over-
street.
The meeting was called to order
and opened with prayer by chair-
man, Kaye Gibson. "The Greatest
Love. Story Ever Written", (Book
of Ruth) was read by Mrs. Dot
White from the Reverend and au-
thor Basil Miller's book on "Wo-
men of the Bible". After this each
member of the circle took.part in


Mrs. A. V. Bateman presented'
a discussion not family life in Bibli- the program with readings taken
cal days as compared to ours to- from the Royal Service magazine.
day. The meeting was closed with During the business session rou-
prayer by Mrs. Anne Hart. tine business was transacted and
Refreshments were served by the reports given. It was announced
hostess, Mrs. Gertrude Guilford to by the chairman that Mrs. A. R.
Mrs. Anne Hart, Mrs. Newcombe, Tomlinson would be hostess for
Mrs. Dot hite, Mrs. Kaye Gibson the next meeting of the circle.
and Mrs. Ann Chewning. 'Refreshments were served by
the hostess to the following, Mrs.


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FOR

State Senator


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Gene Stevens., Mrs. A. V. Bateman,
Mrs. A. V. Bateman, Mrs. Sarah
Herring, Mrs. Perry DIllot, Mrs.
R. W. Henderson and Mrs. W C.
Pridgeon.

Long Avenue Circle
Meets With Mrs. Ford

,Circle 2 of the Womana Mission-
ary Union of the Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church held its. April meeting
at the home of rs. H. L. Ford.
The Royal Service program, "Tell
Them of Jesus the Mighty to Save"
was presented by Mrs. H. L. Ford,
Mrs.. P. B. Fairley, Mrs. Joe Alli-
good, Mrs. W. J. Ferrell, Mx& Joe
Wilkie, Mrs. J. E. McLeod and
Mrs. R. E. Phillips.
Refreshments were served to the
following: Mrs. Joe Alligood, Mrs.
J. E. McLeod, Mrs. R. E. Phillips,
!Mr&, W. J. Ferrell, Mrs. N. G. Mar-
tin, Mrs. Joe Wilkie, Mrs. P. B.
Fairley, Sr., Mrs. H. L. Ford and
Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Jr.
'The next meeting will be in the
home of Mrs. -Darrell Griner, 229
8-th Street.

Mrs. Sheffield Hostess
To First Baptist Circle
Vt
Circle 2 of the First Baptist
Church met on Tuesday, April 17,
with Mrs. Jack Sheffield. The pro-
gram, "Our North American Bap-
tist Women's Union" was present-
ed by Mrs. W. J. Daughtry, Mrs.
J. D. Lane, Mrs. Sheffield and Mrs.
Bob Ell.zey. At the conclusion, Mrs.
Pinson led in a prayer-for mission-
aries on the prayer calendar.
Mrs. Daughtry, circle chairman,
presided over a short business
meeting, at which time two new
members were welcomed: Mrs. P.
W. Petty, and Mrs. Marie Rudd.
Mrs. Sheffield served ice cream
and cake to the following: Mrs.
Pinson, Mrs. SemPler, Mrs. Petty,
Mrs. Rudd, Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Daugh-
try and Mrs. ElIzey.
at It ft
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Generals "Stonewall" Jackson and
Matthew B. Ridgway were baptized
at the same font in St. John's Epts
,opal church. Brooklyn. N. Y.

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Mrs. Dawkins Hostess
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Mrs. John Dawkins was hostess
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Honored With Party
The Senior Class of the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Sunday
School class honored Miss Jean-
ette Armstrong with a birthday
party at the home of lhe teacher,
Mrs. Kenneth Ellis. Several games
were played hen refreshments of
cake and Cokes were served to the
following: Linda Thomas, Zola Ray,
David Riley, Evelyn Shealy, Melba
Dean Armstrong, James Ivey, Cath-
erine Elliot', James Knight Dean
Glass, Joyce Hayes, Patsy Smith,
Bobby Neel, Betty McArdle and the
honoree Jeanette.
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their Christmas. at :00 p.m. Monday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Wooten of De six members present and with two
Funiak visited Mr. and Mrs. John reviewing counselors, Mrs. C. A..
Hewett this week end and their Phelps and Mrs. Adams. The presi-
Smother, Mrs. J. W. Wooten .return- dent, `Sandra Adams opened, the
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Roy, Braxton visited Mr. and followed by prayer by June Coker.
'Mrs. John Hewett this week. end. The group' gave their allegiance
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Peterson and watch-word. Topic for the pro-
and family visited, parents in De- gram ,was, ";Showers of Blessings".
Funiak and also his mother of Those on the program were Sandra
Samson, Ala., over the week end. Adams, Dauhrice Keels, Linda
SClinton Cox and sons, Jimmy and Thomas and Gall Roberts. Sandra
Jean spent Sunday in Sopchoppy. Adams and Dauhrice Keels passed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blount of Pan- their scriptures in -the princess
ama City spent the week endwith steps. The meeting was closed by
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters. Sandra Adams with prayer,
H.'A. Rogers. is visiting his sis-
ter, Mrs. Eula Dockins of De Fun- The Jr. G. A.'s met at the church
iak this week. Monday at 4:15 p.m. The president,
Mr. and Mrs.,D. M. Rogers of Pinky Whitfield opened the meet-I
Rockmart, Georgia visited Mr. and ing by reading John 2:1-3. The
Mrs. Brooks Kennington and famn- program was learning gmore about V
'the forward steps. After a shortI
business session the meeting was'
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Wt4e 4ra fMand keel-id wrv ~red Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes. dy of Marianna were the Sunday :ily, closed with .prayer by RosiM Lee book which is to be ordered soon.
to the following guests: Diane Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hershey and Keels. iMrs. Homer Echols brought to the
Gardner, Jae Freida Joines, Fran- daughter LaDonnie spent the week Cleveland Hall. son Jame have just returned from circle the book on "Soul Winning In
kie Dyke*, LarryCox, Pan Stripling, end in Bonifay visiting with Mr. Rev. Lloyd Riley and Mr. Han- a vacation trip to points of inter- The Willa Dean Lowery circle Your Community". This circle 111
Diane Gwaltney, Vickie Thomas, and Mrs. Sapp and in Graceville ley motored to Wewahitchka and est in North Carolina. met in the home of Mrs. Alice Ma- bring the 5th chapter'of this book
Shelia Gay, Belinda Jordan, Shelly visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Panama City Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Key and comber, the WMU president, Mon- this coming Monday to the WMIU.
and Willie Ramsey, Lonnie and Worley. Mrs. Herman Ard spent several children of Wewahitchka visited day April 2 at 3 p.m. wrs seven Mr Echols dismissed with prayer.
Kenny Hill, Patsy McAlpin, Rita Mrs. Jason Dykes. Mrs. Shirley days in Darlington, visiting with Mr. and Mrs.. George Ramsey and The hostess served refreshments.
and Dell Pinter, Billy Allen Norris, Webb and Misses Minnie Ola and friends and relatives, family Saturday. members present and one visitor, to the circle group.
Patricia and Allan Hallmark, Linda Zola Ray motored to Panama City ---- and Mrs. J. C. Blakenly and R. F. Cantly. Mrs. Edna Floyd
Kay Webb, Peggy Haskins, Jenny Tuesday on business. family motored to Pensacola Fri- opened the meeting with scripture ircle 1 of the Highland View
.Kay Norris, Lamar Anderson, Tom- Mr. and Mrs. Elderige Adams and. NEWS FROM day returning home Saturday. from Esther 4:13-16. Prayer w Baptist Church met in he home
my and Kay Musselwhite, Al Schef- daughter Chris spent Tuesday in H ghlI Vi. I Mr and Mrs. Fred Schuler of of the last meeting were read byf Mrs. C. A. Php. Mrs. Phelps
fer and the honoree, Toby Dykes. Panama City visiting with Mr. and Hosford visited Mr, and Mrs. Ben- the cretary,st Mrs. Roney There read by of Mcripts. Cure from Cor. 3:9 and
Hostesses for the occasion were: Mrs. Grant. By Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan nie Frank Faircloth this week end,the secretary, Mrs. Roney. There read scripture from Cor. Leo Kennedy
Mrs. Jewel Dykes, Mrs. Belle Du- Mrs. H. D. Levins and daughter PHONE 7-5053 Mrs. Arvil' Douglas was called was a short business meeting and psalmhip 22:27. Mrs. Leo Kennedy
Bose, Mrs. Emily Pinter, Mrs. Shir- Regennia spent several days in to Panama City because of illness a discussion on a stewardship (Continued Page 7)
ley Webb and Mrs. Jason Dykes. Bonifay visiting with Mr. and Nrs. Mrs. Clayton Coker visited her of her mother.
-Crutchfield. sister, Mrs. H. M. Williams and; A big political rally was held ELECT'
Mrs. James Young spent Wednes- Bill Bennett, a student at FSU 1Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston and in front of Miles Gafe Saturday af-
day in Tyndall Field visiting with in Tallahassee spent the'week end family in Starke last week.' ternoon with many candidates JOSEPH 1. (Joe)
Mrs. Howard Linebargar. Visiting with his wife, Mrs, Bill Devone Herring of Jacksonville speaking., 'MATHIS
Mr. and Mrs. Curly Pinter and Bill Bennett and children Doyle spent the week end with his wife Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand at- STATE SENATOR
children returned from Mississippi Richard and Hilton Conger. Mrs. Patsy Herring, tended the IOOF Grand Lodge.and S A "TE S' E
after spending several weeks visit- Mr. and Mrs. Jpe L. Kelley of Mrs. Pauline Christmas and E. the' Rebekah Assembly that was 25th Senatorial District
ing with friends and relatives.. St. Andrews were the Sunday H. Pr-idgeon spent the day in Ocilla, held in Tampa, April 18, 19 and 20. Mathis is
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar guests- of Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Mc- Ga., Tuesdy and brought their mo- They reported having a grand.
of Tyndall Field were the week Farand. th. Mr. E. B. Prideon home with time. 44 years old, has practiced


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THE STAR
Published Ever Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue. Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnast,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR. t3.00 T SIX MONTHS S1.5
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SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-cldns matter, December 19. 1987, at the
Postdfice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161

TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver-
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable fir
damages further than amount received tor such advertiseMent
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed w-rd
Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely saeser~
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
Is lost- the priutud word remains.


NO SOLUTION, JUST TALK
A one-tracked candidate for Governor from
Tampa is storming around the state shouting
that he's the only one who can stop desergega-
tion in Florida.
So far he hasn't told us exactly what he,
would do to keep segregation if he were Gov-
ernor.
Now he asks why Governor Collins hasn't
stopped the opening of a municipal swimming
beach at St. Petersburg to Negroes.
The fact is that the spa hasn't been'opened
to Negroes. The matter is still in the courts.
There has been no breach of the peace, nor any
violation of State segregation laws, which would
justify the, Governor in invoking his. extreme
authority to keep the peace in a municipality.
It is appropriate to ask this vote-seeker:
"Just exactly what would you do, right
now, to keep segregation in Florida if you
were governor?" t '
News reporters asked him that recently in
Tallahassee. He replied he would call a special'
session of the Legislature to adopt an interpo-.
sition resolution.
When they inquired how this would ac-


complish anything, he replied only that "I know
it will work."
They pointedly asked him to explain why
the interposition movement, which originated
in Virginia has failed to keep 58 Negroes out
of the University of Virginia. He said only "I
can't answer that. I don't know their prob-
lems."
To inquiries for his position on such other
issues as taxation, constitutional revision, reap-
portionment, consolidation of tax collecting agen-
cies, this candidate offered only non-committal
replies or an accusation that the press was hos-i
tile in asking him how he stands.
If, Sumter Lowry has a sure-fire plan for
stopping desergegation, the whole South would
like to hear it.
But he apparently is tied only to the doc-
trine of interposition which even the Attorney
General of Virginia concedes has no legal sta-
tus, and is nothing more than a protest.
If he has nothing better than that to offer
on the issue of segregation, and nothing at all
to offer on the other issues, the voters would do
well to listen no further to his ratings.

COLLINS FOR SEGREGATION
Recently the people heard Gov. Collins
once again declare himself for segregated
schools.
Here is what he said:
"I want to make-perfectly clear although
I am sure the people of Florida understand my
position -- what my position is now and what
it has always been on this issue.
"Let me repeat, as I have said many times
over the years, that I believe deeply in my
heart in the maintenance of our traditions and
customs of segregation in the South and in'
Florida and all the powers and force of the
office of governor have been used and will be
used to maintain segregation."
How can you talk any plainer?
The Star recalls that while segregation did
not rear 'its ugly head in the Collins-Johns cam-


1''


paign, LeRoy Collins took his stand then some
two years ago (March 30, 1954) on the issue.
On the front page of The Orlando Sentinel
the next day, after he spoke before 150 support-
ers, in a story written by Ben Field, Collins said
this:
"That is a question (segregation) that only
the Supreme Court can answer, and what that
decision will be nobody knows. But so far as


L ER$I TO
THE EDITOR


-- -' "'L? Wesley R. Ramsey, Publisher
1 J -s.- ."' t The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla.
You rfine edi orial has .,ust been
i }called to my attention. I deeply ap-
preciate your confidence, respect,
shall always strive. to merit all the
and support. I assure you that I
fine things you have said about me.
1" LEROY GOLINS
-, Dear Mr. Ramsey
I want to commend you and The
go -'Star in aligning yourself and your
-1 *paper with the Collins organiza-
V tion.
Certainly you -are doing your
vice when you endorse such a man
as Governor LeRoy Collins. I hope
you will rcontinue'your good work.
Yours truly,
PEARL J. BROWN

e, Presbyterian Women
Meet With Mrs. Garraway
V Circle 1 of the Women of the
,-'Presbyterian Church met Monday
afternoon in the home' of Mrs.
Charles Garraway on 16th Street.
Mrs. R. D. Prows presided in the
Sabsenceof the president, Mrs. C.-
WV. Long.
The meeting opened with prayer
by M rs. Prows. Regular business
.was transacted and the program
S. was directed by rs. J. E. Perritt.
S- he used asher topple, The Home
I am concerned I believe in the present policy of Naomi, illustrating the story
uYof Ruth. Scripture was taken form
of segregation." Judges 2: 11-23, followed with pray-
So, as the governor makes his position clear er. -
today, he did the same thing two years ago when Those attending were Mrs. John
he first aspired to the office and when segre- Robert Smith,' Mrs' R. D. Prows,
nation was not an issue. Mrs. Thomas Mitchell, Mrs. Mary
Grice and Mrs. CampbelL.,
Such is the record. And the record is so e and Mrs. Campbell.
clear that it should convince any fair-thinking
man or woman.


E FLORIDA CLIMBING .
~KEEP FLORIDA CLIMBING..


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Governor LeRoy Collins has clearly
Ahown in less than 16 months in office that
,he can give Florida sound, sincerely ad-
-.ministered government free of scandal,
.racketeering and sham-a government in
which Floridians can take pride. LeRoy
Collins has kept every pledge he made to
carry Florida forward. He has won for
"Plorida national recognition as a solidly
'growing state with progressive government
.and a great future so long as good govern-
"ment-the Collins-type of government-
prevaim-..
i Since the Collins Administration began,
Florida has enjoyed its greatest period of
prosperity.
i Population has grown by more than 2,600
new residents from- out of state every week.
The personal income of Floridians has in-
- reased nearly twice as fast as the national
,average. Farm income in Florida is gain-
Ring while declining elsewhere. The tourist
,tide is growing rapidly, winter and summer.
New industry is entering Florida at a rate
never before equalled. Such industries range
nfiom small one-man plants to giant $85,-
S 000 chemical establishments. Job op-
Iportunities are up, unemployment down.
It has been a period of advance for all
Wlorida-North and South and Central, big
"Bounties and little counties. -

Florida's Future and Your Future
Florida's opportunities-your opportuni-
l -es your children's opportunities are
!boundless. But, as Governor Collins says,
weO must "Keep Florida -Climbing toward


its destiny without faltering, without de-
touring, without risking setbacks under un-
tried or unstable leadership."

And here is LeRoy Collins' Program
Continued progress under the far-reach-
ing platform overwhelmingly endorsed by
Sthe people of Florida two years ago and
carried forward without exception since
then.
Completion of work on:
a revised constitution
fair reapportionment of legislative
representation
turnpike construction and road pro-
grams, including urban expressways,
based upon need
elimination of tax inequities
conservation and development of
water and other natural resources
Maintenance of, segregation and- avoidance
of disorder
.... Stepped up promotion of tourism ,
Broadened agricultural research
Sound industrial development, including
good community planning and labor-man-
agement harmony
Adequate education, health and welfare
programs
Reorganizations where possible to effect
economy and efficiency.
LeRoy Collins has been a great Governor
for All Florida. Let's keep him for a full
term and Keep Florida Climbing.


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The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors Dr. Joe Hendrix Will Represent Area 4 Road Projects

Medical Society at Fla. Convention Underway In Gulf

M. K TOMLINSON Dr. Joseph P. Hendrix, of Port cording to Dr. Day. Over $91 millions in road and
St. Joe, will officially represent the The list of speakers includes bridge construction projects were
REALTOR INSUROR Franklin-Gulf County Medical Soc- Dr. Elmer Hess, Erie, Pa., presi- underway in the state during
Slety at the 82nd annual convention dent of the American Medical As- ;March, according to a monthly
403 Munument Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla. of the Florida Medical Association sociation; Dr. Dwight H. Murray, progress report Issued today b
eing held May 13-16 at Miami M Wilbur E. Jones, chairman of the
being held May Napa, Calif., its presidential-elect; iState Road Department.
---- Beach, it was announced today by Dr. John W. Cline, San Francisco, In addition to the $91,485,475 of
Dr. Samuel M, Day, secretary-trea- a past president; Dr. Shields War- projects already under contru-
'surer of the Association. Japrojectsalread under construc-
surT he P or t St. Joe physician was ren, Boston, president of the Amer- tion, Chairman Jones said that
SILAS R. ThePort b St. Joe physician waican Board of Pathology; Dr. bids were received for $2,265,019
Chosen by members of the local James J. Callahan, Chicago, pro- in new construction During the


'Mickey' STONE

CANDIDATE FOR

Representative

GULF COUNTY


The Peoples' Candidate


We Sincerely Solicit Your

Vote and Support

Jot My Will .
But Thine Be Done


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together with representatives of ,Pennsylvania Hospital. c
the other 35 county medical soc- Dr. Day announced that beginn-
ieties, determines the policies of ing May 12, medical and surgical
ithe Association. The 148 delegates specialists and physicians who en-
covene once each year at the time gage in general practice will attend
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consideration will be many reports All 3000 members of the Flori-
and proposals prepared by corn- da Medical Association are not ex-
mittees appointed by the Associa- pected to attend the convention.
tion's president, Dr. John D. Mil- Those who do not attend will pro-
ton, of Miami. vide arrangements for their pat-
'In addition to the sessions of ients to receive adequate medical
the House of Delagates, the con- care during their absence, Dr. Day
vention program features scienti- stated.
tic assemblies during which emi- _____ _
nent medical authorities from Flor- Barke On Forest Committee
ida and throughout the United Br On Forest Committee
States will present addresses, ac- As one of his first actions foll-
owing his recent election to the
T C Presidency of the Florida Bankers
COMFORTERK lAssociantion, G. R.'Griffin, Presi-
dent Exchange National Bank,
Fineral Home Tampa, has announced the appoint-
ment of Mr. S. L. Barke, President,
601 Long Avent a iFlorida Bank, Port St. Joe as a
Member of the Forestry Commit-
tee of the FBA. This committee is
one of the several through which
Oxygen Equipped the work of the Association is ac-
Oxygen Equipped accomplished. Every commercial
Ambulance bank in the 'State is a member of
the Florida Bankers Association.


month contracts were formally a-
warded for construction totaling
$7,419,571, while work completed


and accepted by the Department in
,the period amounted to $3,169,389.
Richard H. Simpson of Monti-
cello, Road Board Member from
the Third District, reported that
construction under 74 contracts
in the 16 counties compromising
'this district accounted for $14,248,
666 of the state total.
Four projects were underway
in Gulf 'County during ithe month.
These included the grading and
structures on 7.3'27 miles on SR
',30A from the Franklin County line
to Port St. Joe 83 per cent com-
plete; grading, paving and struc-
tures on 1.804 miles of streets in


vicinity of Port St. Joe 64 per
cent complete; grading, paying and
structures on 1.646 miles of streets
in vicinity of Wewahitchka 65
per cent complete; and the erec-
tion of signals on SR 71 at the
AN Railroad north of Port St. Joe
- 95 per cent complete.

FOR COUNTY COMMISSION "
I hereby announce myself again
for County Commissioner in Dis-
tr'it 1. I trust in the people as a
whole. I know I can make you a
good commissioner. Will be hon-
est and fair with everyone.
Your help, support and vote will
be appreciated.
HENRY BOZEMAN


More people named Jones*




own Chevrolets than any other car!


"Of course we haven't actually counted all the Joneses. But
it seems a safe guess. Because this year-as they have year
after year-more people are buying Chevrolets. And 2 million
more people drive Chevrolets than any other car. Maybe you
ought to come in and see why this is so.

(Are you keeping up with the Joneses?)


POLITICAL
ANNOUNCEMENTS


CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT"-
I announce that I am a candidate
for re-electionm to the office of
C!erk of Circuit Court for Gulf
County. I sincerely appreciate your
continued sumiort in my behalf. An


FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER your Clerk, I onllgate myself I
I hereby announce my candidacy fullfil, with efficiency and dignity
for re-election to the office of Coun- every responsibility. of the Clerk
ty Commissioner from' District 3 office.
subject to the approval of the vot- GEORGE Y. COR
ers of Gulf County at the polio er.
May 8. I am standing on my record
of representing the best interestL Vote For and Support
of the county as a whole, co operat- T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT
ing wherever possible with the or
School Board and other county de- COUNTY COMMISSIONER
apartments with the future progress Gulf County-District 6
In mind the best interest's of ell Representation, On A County-
of the county always in m-nd I Wide Basis
-sure you that if re-eleated, I
ball continue to strive 'or' the de-
7eilcment of our county,, keet.ing FOR COUNTY COMMISSION


to
y,
's
E


tne people."
PARKER G. HART
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Tax Collector sub
ject to the Democratic primary
election of May 8, 1956. If elected
I promise to maintain this office
in a courteous and efficient man-
ner at all times.
Your vote and support will be
greatly appreciated.
4t-3-28 WALTER T. STAFFORD

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I wish to announce that I am
candidate for County Commissioi-e
er from District No. i, subject to
the May 8 Democratic Primary.
I nave been a resident of Gulf
County for twenty yea:s, and dur-
ing tl.at time I have done my level
nest at whatever I have unaer-
taken.
If it your wish that I be a mem
ber of the County Commission,
please let me have your support.
'a r'tlrn, .1I promise you I will d>-
;ote my every effort to the prao
lems of the county's business ;n
the same manner as you would !if
you yourself, were a member 4f
'he board.
CLYDE F. BROGDON
(Paid Political Adv.)

FOR COUNTY JUDGE
I hereby announce my candidacy
for 'he office of County Judge of
Gulf County subject to the Demo-
cratic primary of May 8, 1956.
If elected to this high- office I
promise:
a. To maintain the office in a
courteous, capable and efficient
manner.
b. To employ a capable and cour-
teous assistant to give better ser-
vice to all the people of Gulf
County.
c. To be available at all hours for
those unable to transact the busi-
uess of the office during regular
hoars.
d. I will NOT resign during my
term of office in favor of any per-
son.
Your VOTE and SUPPORT will
be greatly appreciated.
SAM P. HUSBAND'
HARLAND PRIDGEON
Candidate for the Office of
Tax Collector, Gulf County
I am very grateful to the vo-
ters of Gulf County for giving me
the opportunity of serving them t
as their Tax Collector for the past
thr.e years.
I will deeply appreciate your
-onsideration when you cast your
ballot on May 8 for Tax Collector.
I promise, if elected, to serve you
HARLAND PRIDGEON
to the best of my ability,
FOR SHERIFF
I-herewith announce that I will
seek another term as the sheriff
of your county. My record, as sher-
iff for more than 19 years, will
show that I have always condu-t-
ed the office in a bustuas-like,
iranner
I' nas been my pleasure to serve
the good people of my county 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


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Peter G. Strange makes his an-
nouncement that he is a candidate
for County Commissioner, District
3, to the people and friends of Gulf
County. If elected to this impor-
tant office, I will work for the
best interest and welfare for the
people and Gulf County. I am well
qualified to serve you. I was your
County Commissioner from Jan. 1,
1949 to -Jan. 1, 1988. I hope to have
Jhis privilege again' as your ser-
vant in this office. I will work un-
tiringly if elected to this office for
the best interest and the develop,
ment of Gulf County.
I will.endeavor to co iuu.;t myself
in this office, if elected, In a way
the people will be proud of, with
courtesy and efficiency. Your vote
and support will be greatly apprec-
iated
A friend,
PETER G. 2ITRANGE
Vote For and Elect
A. J. STRICKLAND
To The Office of
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 1 Gulf County
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated
J. E. PRIDGEON
For County Judge
I am seeking re-election to ano-
ther term as your County Judge.
I feel that my past record has'been
a good one and promise to make
you a good judge during the com-
ing term if re-elected. ,
Your vote and support will be
sincerely appreciated.

FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
I hereby announce that I will
scek another term as County Com-
missioner from District Five.
My record as a County Commis-
sioner for over three years will
show that I have conducted my of-
fice in a high and efficient man-
her, with the interest of the peo-
ple always first,
Being always mindful that I am.
a servant of the people, I have
made every effort to serve the
people well. If re-elected, I promise
to continue this endeavor.
It hag been a pleasure serving
the people and with that thought
in mind I am requesting your con-
tinued support and friendship.
GEORGE W. COOPER
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I am announcing for County Com-
missioner fpr District Number One
of Gulf County. I have been living
here for many years and the ma-
jority of the people know me. I
will do my best 'for the county in-
terest. I helped to create the
County and carried a load of peo-
ple up to Tallahassee 'to vote. I
have also given. several roads to
the county.
I will certainly appreciate your
vote and support.
Respectfully,
J. M. Cleckley.
Vote For and Elect
W. C. ROCHE
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District One- Gulf County
"With Proven Ability To Build"
Your Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER,
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of School Board
Member in District Four.
If I am elected, I will consider
the voters problems An 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. "PtlOK" BOYER







OA0 SA.


TOO LATE TO
CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY
Since "segregation" ,has been
tossed on the field as the official
football of the present gubernatori-
al campaign, it might be well to
consider the views of thoughtful
Southern leaders on the subject
Seeking such reaction, the
Christian Science Monitor asked
a number of outstanding Southern
leaders to clarify their thinking
and indicate the action they deem
best to find a solution to the prob
lem.


Space in a single column does Harvie Branscomb, Chancellor,
not permit use of the entire report Vandarbllt University, Nashville,
but a review of the highlights of sees the need for developing sent-
each individual's statement gives inent over the country which will
a cross-sectiotn of sound, construe- eavee with local authorities, under
tive thinking from some of the best legal pressure, and wlbh the in-
in the South. Influence of successful desegregation
Edward J. Meeman, editor of in the border states, the working
the Press Scimitar, Memphis, sees out of the problem. Self-integ-ra-
peril for not only the South, but tion is the only solution and it
in the nation -in the situation. He must be achieved by local action.
. points out that extremists on both. George S. Mitchell, Director of
sides are doing most of the talk- the Southern Regional Council,,
I ing and organizing. The great mid- Atlanta, states that there- is noth-
idie ground of responsible citizens ing in the Soudh's plight that can't
must take -a stand for law an or- be resolved by responsible white,
der, tolerance and good will if they and Negro citizens sitting down
- would avoid the destruction of the together in. mutual respect. For


South and possibly the nation.


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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
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'each southern community there is
a wise, workable program, neither
rebellious nor precipitate, which
sensible local people can agree up-
on if given a chance.
James E. Folsom, Governor of
Alabama, sees the southern mind
perplexed. Unrest and tension is
evidenced in Alabama" and else-
where. To intelligently meet the
problem he asked the legislature
to set up a bi-racial commission to
help resolve the tension, retard the
violence and find a workable sol-
ution.
Colgate W. Darden, Jr., Presi-
*dep+ of the University of Virginia,
points out that the Supreme Court
decision reverses the whole pattern
'of life in the southern states.
Change cannot come overnight
when it touches the lives of 40
million people. He warns against
I substituting emotion for reason in
Attempting to meet the issue. It
will take time and great patience
to solve.
Brooks Hays, Congressman from
Arkansas, sees the situation as ex-
tremely serious, but feels that with
the exercise of common sense and
tolerance we can find the answer
if extremists on both sides are held
in, check. He thinks church leaders
on both sides can do much to help.
*The problem is' not too great to
solve it consultation is encouraged
and strengthened faith in the
ISouth's' intellectual and moral re-
sources is displayed at this crucial
'stage.
Boyd Camplbell, Mississippi, Pre-
sident of the Chamber of Com-
merce of .the United Sstates, states'
that the vast improvement in race
relationship and progress of south-
ern Negroes is education, health
and economic opportunity were
brought about by the enlightened
leadership of men of good will in


SLAFF OF THE WEEK"]


"Oh, mother-he's dreamy! .. tall and dark with push-button win-
dows!"

both races. He blames extremists ists.
and hot heads for most of the trou- --
ble that has developed. The prIb- Ruth Ramsey On Dean's
lem cannot be solved by name call- iList At Fla. Southern
ing or weight throwing. Integra- -
tion will never be forced upon the Ruth Ramsey, daughter of Mr.
South, but if given an opportunity and Mrs. Edwin D. Ramsey, 1027
the South will work out the prob-
lem. Moderates of both races can. Long Avenue, Port St. Joe, has
accomplish much If permitted to been cited on the Dean's List at
do so. Florida Southern -College for out-
These men are Southerns. They standing scholarship. Miss Ramsey
are intelligent, able, learned men. will be honored at the college's
who know how to think a problem annual 'Scholarship Recognition
through and come up with a prac- Service in the Annie Pfeiffer Oha-
tical answer. It would be well for pel on Monday, April 30. To be
all of us to heed their suggestions cited on the Dean's List a student
at 'his trying period and accept must maintain an average of B
their .leadership, rather than listen plus or higher.
to the irresponsible mouthings of --- -
agitators and political opportun- It nevp to advertee---try It!


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your

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I feel that my record as a member of the Legislature
has been a good record and theflegislation 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 m;ny past record.
: Sincerely,,
CECIL G..COSTIN, JR.
(Paid Political Advertisement)


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The word's getting around fast-the big,
handsome husky you see here is the big surprise
that caught the industry a year or so off balance!
But it didn't, come as any surprise to Pontiac
engineers that they had the year's performance
sensation.
They knew all along that it would be, because
they started from scratch and designed the most
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smooth, uninterrupted flow of power to the wheels.
Bring yourself up to date-come in and pilot
the surprise car of the year-you'll soon see what
the talk's all about!
And don't be afraid to ask about price, for
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By reliable corporation, in order to establish new outlets for Gen-
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machines and establish route without charge for responsible person
who has the money to handle his merchandise for cash. You do not
buy the machines, but you do keep the profits. Must have good
car, good character, good credit and carry not less than $640.00
worth of merchandise .


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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS and


CUSTOMERS. ..

We wish to advise as of April 1, the McGowin Mo-
tor Co., will be under the sole ownership of W. T.
(Bill) Cargill and Joseph T. Stevens, Jr. As you
know, Mr. Cargill has been associated with the
company for four years. They will operate the
business under the name of Cargill-Stevens Motors.
We would like to express our sincere appreciation
to all of you fine Gulf county people for the oppor-
tunity you have given us to serve you.

We ask that you give the Cargill-Stevens Motors
the same friendly support you have given the
McGowin Motor Co., during the past years.





McGOWIN MOTOR CO.

C. A. McGOWIN, Owner
All outstanding accounts are payable to Cargill-Stevens Mtrs.


J The Port St. Joe Sharks high
school baseball team defeated the
Apalachicola nine Saturday, April
14 by a score of 12 to 7. .
Walter Wilder was the winning
pitcher, striking out 15 of the Apa-
lachicola sluggers. Charlie Smith
honored in the third inning with
'Billy Denmon and Wayne Taylor on
base.
Kimbro was the losing pitcher
for Apalachicola. Wilder was the
winning pitcher for St. Joe. lHe was
relieved by Oliver in the sixth in-
ning.
St. Joe 0- 3 0 0 4 1 4-12
Apalach 1 0 3 2 0 1 0- 7
The Sharks defeated the Wewa-
hiitchka nine Tuesday, April 17 on
,the home diamond by a score of 4-3.
- Larry Porter started on the


mound for the Starks but was re-
lieved by Ray .Oliver in the first
with one out and pitched three-hit
ball for the remainder of the
game.
St. Joe scored three in the sixth
on a walk to Hinote, single by Wil-
der, a triple by Taylor and a dou- I
ble by Charles Smith.
All -three of Wewahitchka's runs
came off Porter. Oliver struck out
seven batsmen and walker three.
The losing pitcher was Ward who
gave way to a relief man in the (


sixth.
Wewa
St. Joe


3 0
0 0


Wewahitchka
Port St. Joe
St. Joe returned


0 0 0 0-3


Wilder was the winning hurler L P
for St. Joe with 13 strike-outs and 0coo Peope
four walks. Losing pitcher was
Mayhan with eight strike-outs and Return Meet
four walks. -
St. Joe 005101000 2-9
Wewa 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0-7 I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Owens and
R H E J. B. Harris -have returned from
Miami where they attended the
Port St. Joe 9 10 5 Florida Education Department of
Wewahitchka 7 10 8 County, Superintendents and the
Florida School Board Association
Social Se urityS meeting which was held last week.
1' Thomas D. Bailey, state Super-
s Aintendent, of -Public instruction,
Re orts Are Due told educators that Florida may
S f need to spend as much as $100,
In onth f April 000,000 on school construction in
the next four years. Educatinoal
-- needs of the state must be-met by
-Social security reports are due 1960 he said.
in April from housewives who em- Bailey was she principal speaker
ploy domestic workers, according before the session. He emphasized
to John V. Carey, district manager the need for expansion of facilities
of the Panama City district office, and explained that the answer may
'Housewives are required to make lie in the difference between fed-
these reports during April onral school aid measures now be-
household workers paid as much fore Congress, the administration
as $50 in cash. wages in January, fbill and the Kelly Bill.
February, and March. This is the The administration bill provide
fifth quarterly, report due, 'since for the money to be apportioned
the new law covered household on an equalization formula so
employees without regard to the needier areas-would get principal
number of -days worked. Reports attention. The Kelley Bill provides
are sent to the District Director for distribution to states accord-


of Internal Revenue at Jackson-


ville, Florida.
Work of cooks, maids, house-


0 0 ,-3 1-4 keepers counts toward eligibility
R H E for retirement or death payments
3 5 3 under old-age and survivors insur-
4 5 4 ance if they are paid at least $50
the game to cash wages by one employer in a


Wewahitchka Friday and defeated calendar quarter. Social Security
,them 917 in -an overtime contest. benefits are payable in old age or
;St. Joe scored five in the third to survivors in case of death based,
on singles by Wilford Elliott, Tom- !on an insured status from house-
my Mitchell, Wayne Taylor and hold work on the same basis as
Bert Munn. A walk to Hinote and benefits are payable on an insured
a ii,.1.. 'choiceby Denton brought 'status from any type of security
in the scores. Wewahitchka tied it employment.
up in the seventh on a walk, dou-j Free booklets explaining the enm-
ble and fielders' choice. In the 10th ployr's, tax obligation and benefits
Mitchell singled, Hinote sacrificed, ;to the employee are available at
Wilder tripled and scored on an the social security office located
error by the catcher to, take the at 522 Mercer Aveue, in Panama
game. City.


ing to their school population.
W. T. Moore, Jr., of Tallahassee


was elected president
Board Association.
Carl F. McFarland of


of the school
He succeeds
Blountstown.


The International Fraternity of
Delta Sigma Pi, professional bui-1
ness fraternity, at the University i
of Florida, held its formal initiation
April B. It was held at ,the Florida
Union Building and was followed
(by a banquet. Among the initiates
was Luther C. -Parrott, son of Mr.
Charles J. Parrott of this city.


NEWS FIOM

Highland View
By Mrs. Fannie Mae MeMIllan
PHONE 7-5053
(Continued From Page 3)
brought the third chapter of the
mission book. Those present were
Mrs. L. F. Adams, Mrs. Garrett,
Mrs. John Core, Mrs. Richter and
Mrs. Leo Kennedy and Mrs. Phelps.
The hostess served cake, ice cream
and cake.


or it.aitb. !e0itton D of filot toot
ths 2It yjt er wAM held At thi
time. The new offleers are pret-
dent, Mrs. HIozie Barfileld; vIte-,
!president, Mrs. Hoke Glass; secre-
tary, Mrs. Wise and treasurer, Mrs
Webb. The officers will be installed
at the May meeting.

Stac House Announces
Saturday Chaperones

The Stac House Committee an-
tha Saturday night Mrs. Herman
Dean and Mrs. J. A. Allegood will


The Highland View PTA had be chaperones.


their monthly meeting Monday
night. The film ".Sanitary Land
Fill" was shown to. the group by
F. E. Trammell of the State Board


The period between one annual
time of settlingaccounts, and the
next is called a fiscal year.


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LET'S TALK TORQUE! In plain language,
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- That's why, when it comes to power,
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TNT! Figures prove it: 350 pound-feet at
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What's more, the Rocket's got horsepower
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- design that translates horsepower into ter-
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TOP TORQUE MEANS
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The result is higher torque silken, re-
sponsive Rocket action. Touch the acceler-
ator ever so gently you "go". and
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. wheni you want it,
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S.. .. Ot SALE: Elquity in '55 Fairlane .-SO4 tic tion. A. group oft ti dit6f wotd-ide
Ford and 14 ft. plywood boat and fellowship of Alcoholics Anony.
SS8FIED ADS trailer. J. T. Wood. 706 Woodward. F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav. iou.s is being formed In Port St.
C1. A AS wr iID A USt lug money see us for anything( ...
WHO WILL BE Mother of the you need in your home. STOP and LEGAL NOTICE
Year? See Page 2. SWAP SHOP. -N ic NTh
FOR RENT: Cottages. Furnished. FoR SALE or RENT: Mod r, A S q pi hereby given that the
Reasonable. Patrick Cottages, FOR SALE or RENT: Modern 3 WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, appli.lau listed below have ap.
Beacon Hill. See Lawrence E. Town- bedroom home. Floor furnace, hot THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet plied to the Federal Home Loan
send. Itp water. 20 acres. 5 mi. South of We- ing first and third Monday nights Bank Board for permission to or-
wahitchka. Ideal for chicken or 800 p.m., American Legion Home 'ganize a Federal savings and loan
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment, truck farm. Near good hunting and N. G. C. W. Long, V. G. association in Port St. Joe,. Florida.
Downstairs. 223 7th St. Call fishing. $6500. Charles Whitfield, I "A hearing will be neld on the
7-5881. tfc-4-26 Rt. 2, Box 616, Panama City. R.A. M.-Regular convocation of application at ten o'clock in the
MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkins SPECIAL SERVICES St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A forenoon on Wednesday, the six.
dealer. See or write W. L. Bur. M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- teenth day of May, 1956, in Room
kett, dealer. Box 482. Port St. Joeo. FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge, 827, Federal Home Loan Bank
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. secretary. Board Building, Washington, D. 0.,
SELL OR LEASE: Old Breeze Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors rc, if written notice of intention to ap-
building in Wewahitchka, Easy paired, also. LOYAL ORDER pear in person or by attorney to
terms. Repair to suit tenant. C. F. OF MOOSE protest the aliplication is receive
Hanlon, Phone NE 7-2361. Wewa- Keys Made While You Wait Meetings at Moose.by the Federal Home Loan. Bank
hitchka. tfc4-19 e Hall, 10 Fourth St Board from one or more persons
S. 35C EACH Hall, 310 Fourth St at least 10 days before that date.
WANTED: Lawns to mow. Call BICYCLE PARTS Meeting night ev If no such notice has been received
Kenneth Hurlbut. 7-9656 or 7-4271. WESTERN AUTO ery other Monday by the Federal Home Loan Bank
HELP WANTED: 3 dealers for Reel Parts and Repairs MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.- board t east 0wibeorpse
Tupperware. Needed at once. Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular with A ny i interested person ma
Good opportunity. Car necessary. tRADE US that useless article for meetings 2nd and.4th Fridays of in person or by attorney
,Agent will be at Campbell's Drug something useful. STOP and each month, 8:00 p.m. Members appear in any evidence or by at chtorney
Store, 9 a.m. Friday morning, Ap- iWAP. irged to attend; visiting brothers a pertinent to the questions
ril 27. Mrs. Clara Adkisson. ltp- welcome. J. B. Griffith. W. M.; F. hearing pertinent to the question a sear
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and W. Chandler, secretary. at issue, or, in lieu of such appear
PIANO TUNING and repairs. Call OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired. April 27, Work in entered appren- ance, evidence may be submitted
7-4691. Charles A. Scurlock, 509 Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View. tice degree. in writing.
10th Street. tfc-4-19 Phone 7-2681. tfc A Cecil G. Costin, jr., E. F. Gunn,
FOR SALE: Lots, 50' X 150' Located E. TOM PRiDEON SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. Frank Hannon, W. 0. Anderson,
FORive SALE: Loouth of Port St. Joe. E. TOM PRIDGEON. F-Meets first and third Thurs- Dwight I. Marshall, L. G. Buck, G.
five miles South of Port St. Joe. Real Estate & Insurance days 7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall AI U. Parker. M. Brooks Hayes, C. G.
Just off U. S. 98 on the Jonesville BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. daya7:30 p. m. in Masonic Hall Ai Costin, J. C. Belin."
subdivision. First five lots $200 FOR RENT: Furnished house. memth invtedt Go F Lairene -
each. Terms offered. See Roy E. Cox brethren invited. G. F. Lawrence,
on the homestead or write Box 471 KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE. PERSONAL Bred fong netfers
Port St. Joe for full information.6t FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li- Alcoholism, recognized by the Dairy heifers should not bebr
USED PIANOS ensed electrical contractor. All American Medical Association as as. before they are 15 Ao 18 months of
from IN$25.00 kinds electric and refrigeration disease, is no respector of persons, ,'F
MELODY MUSIC MART service and installation. Phone nor is it essentially a moral ques- It pays to advertise-try it!
137 Harrison Ave. .. -
Panama City, Florida
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR F R
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137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 5-4711 >E EF
Panama City, Florida F E F E
FOR SALE: Cabinet grand piano.
$75. Phone 7-9903.
FOR SALE: Child's swing. Gooas in h U
condition. $18.00. Mrs. R. H. Brin-
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G. S. 'Jack' Croxton
Candidate For
County Commissioner '
DISTRICT 3 1
'f elected I will work for ad- \ WeStighuse
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F (Paid Political Adv.) AT EACH

VOTE RIGHT VOTE FOR STORE


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BART KNIGHT You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win
FOR
STATE SENATOR-25th Dist. EXTRA BONUS
BORN COTTONDALE, JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA JULY 24,1901 Additional Tickets Will Be Given
County Prosecuting Attorney
Calhoun County twenty-six years, To each person for every 1.00 paid on account or for each 1.00 paid
School Board Attorney, Calhoun on cash purchase.
County, City Attorney, City of Also, any adult may register on each visit to our store without cost or
Biountstown. obligation.
Veteran World War 1, Member
American Legion; Masonic Lodge, TO BE GIVEN AWAY MAY 26th
Eastern Star; Lion's Club; Moose; B W A 2 t
holder of Silver Beaver in Boy
Scouting, for Adult Leadership;
Methodist Church, ember Official
Board and Teach Men's Bible
Class. Hasn't missed S unda y
,School in 22 years. ,S 0
His record shows that he has al- ".-- s -. "A
ways favored old age persons, wM.kt Howe Funishings.,
school teachers, cripples and de-
pendent children. He favors a dam
at the foo0 of the Dead Lakes, and "
will endeavor to get it built with -
State or Federal funds. His slogan *| iT e M t
"No New Taxes". He is endorsed III! N
by Forida Federation of Labor 1 i l
and voted for and supported every
s introduced in the 1953 and 1955 She Will Be Honored With A $25.00 Gift Certificate From
Member Legislature, as Repre-
sentative from Calhoun County in O A T
1953 and 1955 Sessions. Has many
friends in House and Senate. J AS G
(Those who know him best trust
him, he is only candidate from Cal-
houn Hountyse in 195he was returned oppo- COME TO OUR SHOP AND CAST YOUR VOTES FOR GULF COUNTY'S
ion, the only candidate ever re- MOST OUTSTANDING MOTHER. THE MAJORITY WINS. SHE WILL BE
turned there without opposition.) ABLE TO CHOOSE FROM ANYTHING IN OUR STOCK, NOW OR IN THE
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we do not wish to grow. Let us
pause for just a bit to ask ourselves
a few questions.
Would we as citizens like to help
pay the bills for other counties
with our tax dollars that are paid
into the state. When such programs
as this are designed for the health,
welfare, and comfort of the peo-
ple, could we spend our tax dollars
more wisely than for such pro-
grams.
- If the life of one small child has
been saved, one adult has been
kept well, further, if the livestock


-VI B M U U .waaevwwB
You will have an opportunity on
May 8 to vote on stopping your The session of the First Presby-
program in Gulf Cunty or seeing terian Church announces the com-
that it is continued, and after hav- ing of Rev. Ned Iverson, evangelist
ing read this article, and after hav- of Augusta, Ga., to hold a preach-
ing weighed it very carefully from ing mission May 9-18. Mr. Iverson
every angle, then go to the polls is a vigorous young evangelist who
on May 8 to vote your convictions' has been Instrumental in many re-
ligious awakenings throughout the
One of the natural characteristlel southland. His services as an evan-
of cranberry Jelly and other .tar gelist has extended to several de-
fruit jelly Is to "weep" after the nominations. He is known as a
mold Is cut. To prevent this, place
cranberry jelly in smaller molds strong Bible preacher, with a great
so that all of it will be used up at emphasis on the great truths of the
one meal. Then none will be left sovereignty of God, the diety or God-
to stand and "weep." head of Jesus Christ, the truths of
heaven, hell, sin and redemption
through the atonement of Jesus
S ^ ,,. Christ at the Cross. A hearty wel-
come is extended to all who desire
to learn the Word of God. A 7:00
I ,OBB ,,,. morning Bible study will be held.
i.|)I I B J The fine services of Mr. John


Gulf County Democratic


Executive Committee

To hold Rallies on the following dates and all
Candidates are cordially invited to speak

SATURDAY, APRIL 28 Drug Store, Wewahitchka,
4:00 P.M. CST.
FRIDAY, MAY 4 Tharpe Store, Kenney's Mill,
5:00 P.M. CST.
SATURDAY, MAY 5 Reid Ave., across street from
Florida Power Co., Port St. Joe, 4:00 P.M. EST

A. D. LAWSON, Chmn.
SAMMY PATRICK, Sec.-Treas.
...........


Lovett, outstanding gospel singer
and song leader will give a well-
rounded musical program. Mr. Lov-
ett has recently moved to Port St.
Joe, and is a member of the First
Baptist Church.

Methodist Circle To
Sponsor Bake Sale

Circle 3 of the Methodist WSCS,
will conduct a bake sale Saturday
at 10:00 a.m. in front of the Post
Office.
The ladies will have cakes, cook-
ies an dhome made rolls for sale.
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FOWHAND'S

Classified Ad

GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
IVY IIENDERSON
Plaintiff,
I vs.
JERUITHA JACKSON HENDERSON
Defendant
NOTICE TO Jerutha Jackson Henderson
who place of residence is unknown.
On or before the 14th day of May, A.D.
1956 the defendant, Jerutha Jackson ien-
derson is required to serve upon Hon. Silas
R. Stone, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,
a copy of and file with the Clerk of said
Court, the original of an answer to the Bill
of Complaint filed against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf County,
Florida, this 7th day of April, A.D. 1956.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t- 4-12
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court.


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Judge Lewis To Talk Episcopal Women

To Youths, Fathers Council Is Held

The Presbyterian Men of Port Mrs. Virginia Atkinson, diocesan
St. Joe are sponsoring a heart to president, presided at the spring
heart talk for men and boys of meeting of Florida Branch of the
Port St. Joe, Tuesday, May 1 at Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary to
8:00. Judge Lewis, outstanding in the National Council District 4,
his service as circuit judge, and Monday. The setting was in Trinity


informed on the problems of youth
in these days, will give a message


that should be heard by all,
Fathers of boys in their teens
are to make it an appointment and
bring their sons to this important
meeting. If a civic minded man
has no son of that age, he is en-
couraged to find a lad to bring to
this occasion. A time of refresh-
ments and fellowship will follow the
meeting in the fellowship hall.
The Lions' Club of Port St. Joe
is supporting this important meet-
ing and the other civic groups in
our community are urged to parti-
cipate, as well as men's organiza-
tions.
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The Spring meeting of the Wo-
man's Auxiliary of the Protestant
Episcopal Church in the Fourth
District of the Diocese of Florida
was held at Trinity Episcopal
Church in Apalachicola on Tues-
day, April 24. Those attending the
meeting from St. James' Church,
jPort St. Joe were Mrs. Otto An-
1derson, Mrs. Thomas R. Miller,
Mrs. Clara Comforter, Mrs. Basil
E. Kenney, Mrs. Will Ramsey,
Mrs. Monica Ward and Mrs. Den-
ver Miller.

Brother of Local Man
Dies In Marianna

MARIANNA (Special) Funeral
services were held this week at
the home of Charles Carraway for
Bennie Major Boone, 29. Officiat-
ing was the Rev. James Gilbert
and interment was made in the
Carraway celmetary with Neal Fun-
eral Home in charge.
Mr. Boone leaves his uncle and
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carra-
way with whom he lived: three
half brothers, Tommie Boone, Mar-
ialna; William, of Miami, and
Hays, of Port St. Joe: and two
half sisters, Mrs. Louise Arnold,
of Panama 'City, and Mrs. Margie
Hull, of Los Angeles.
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T. D. "DOC" WHITFIELD
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff
for Gulf County
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Sheriff of Gulf
County, subject to the Democratic
Primary of May 8, 1956.
,If the voters of Gulf County will
honor me with this important of-
fice, I pledge to carry out the iu-
ties of the office to the highest
standard and in such a way no one
will be sorry that they voted for
me.
I have served the people of We-
wahitchka as their City Police-
man and the people of Gulf County
as County Commissioner, and I
believe that in both these capaci-
ties I gave the kind of service thai
would merit the confidence of all
the people of Gulf County to let
me serve as their Sheriff.
I know that I have the ABILITY
and ENERGY to make you a good
Sheriff. Won't you please VOTE
and SUPPORT me in this election
and let me prove myself to you in
this IMPORTANT OFFICE.
Your VOTE and 'SUPPORT will
be forever appreciated.
T. D. "DOC" WHITFIETLD

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gave an address and Mrs. George
E. Anderson, District 4 president,
of Marianna was also a speaker,
The meeting began with Holy
Communion, the Rt. Rev. Hamilton
West serving as celebrant.
At noon a luncheon was served
by members of Trinity Church.
Attending from St. James' Epis-
copal Church here were Mrs. Otto
Anderson, Mrs. Denver Miller, Mrs.
Basil Kenney, Jr., Mrs. N. Com-
Sorter, Mrs. Albert Ward, Mrs. Will
Ramsey and Mrs. Thomas Miller.


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5 Beasts of
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14 Kiln
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54 Religious
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58 Antogonistic
62 Feels one's
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weather
67 Halter
69 Knowledge
70 Scorch
71 Lifeboat crane
72 Cut of meat
73 Covers with
pitch
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75 Thin narrow
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Caucho
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10 Division of
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