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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: May 3, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Star Office On Field Trip Last Week


By MRS. PAULINE McGEE in the paper. '
On Tuesday, April 24, Mrs. Mc- A school bus carried the class
Gee and her third grade pupils back to the school where thlie trip
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PICTURED ABOVE is the High School nurses auxiliary at the Municipal Hospital. The girls
work before and after school and during free periods. They work an average of 20 hot'rs
a week and earn 50c per hour. The girls perform a needed service at the Hospital and save
that institution a good deal of money with their services as well as gain much-needed exper-
ience. They are. hack row, left to right, Martha Rave, Mavie Butts, Edna Carol Young, Fran-
ces Lewis, Melba Dean Armstrong, Elaine Musselwhite. Front row, left to right, Pat Davis,
Joyce Wynn, Barba -'\ illi .. Kathleen Collinsworth, Zola Ray, Wanda Kennington



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Hope To 'i+[ s and Finish Channel

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(Colon HIlarold E. Bisbort, Army
District Egie ti .',., Log Avenue Church
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Engineers has jd'..:r -.i ,., b rid. i aiv r
for dredging a channel 9 feet deep
and 100 feet wide in the Apalachi- -The members of the Long Avenue
cola River from the 12"-foot-deep Baptist Church will observe the
Gulf Intracoastal Waterway in the third anniversary of their church
lower river to the Jim Woodruff with special services this Sunday.
Dam at the head, a distance of The church was organized- on May
about 100 miles. 10, 1953 with 44 charter members.
The present membership is 186
The dredging of the channel in w teh 2 enroe n th ndy
the Apalachicola River is a part School.
of the comprehensive development The anniversary message will
program c currently under way on be given by the pastor at the Sun-
jhe Apalachicola, Chattahoochee day morning service. Following
and Flint River system to provide the morning services a picnic lunch
a water route from the Gulf to will be served at the church. The
Bainbridge, Georgia, on the Flint ordinance of baptism will begin
River and to Columbus, Ga., on the the Sunday evening service and
Chattahoochee River, flood control the pastor's message will be on
in the upper Chattahoochee valley, '"The Obligations of Church Mem-
increased stream flow in dry sea bership." The public is invited to
sons in the Chattahoochee and Apa- aeitd these special anniversary
lachicola Rivers and hydroelectric se ticesa
power. -_
The Jim Woodruff Dam on the Saints Defeat Panama City
Apalachicola River and the Bfiiord
and Fort Gaines dams on the Ohat- In Free-Hitting Game
tahoochee River, which are in var-e came into the win
ious stages of construction, are all lPort St. Joe came into the win
iousstagestofconstrucna column t his past Sunday when they
f part of the same development odefeatedthe Past Sunday when they
program. A fourth dam will be con- defeated the Pancoama llectedty nine 18-
stxucted near Columbus., Alabama, t0. Both teams collected their share
tructed near Columbus, Alabama, of hits. 'St. Joe collected 21, while
to complete the program.Pana City got. 19.
Paunama City got. 19.
Colonel Bisbort said that the En-
gineers expect to fill the reser-. Fleming, !Scott and Hamm had
voir behind the Jim Woodruff Dam turns pitching with Bennie Hud-
to, its full depth by the end of son catching for the locals. Pana-
this year and to complete the new ma City used 2 pitchers, Todd and
channel in the Apalachicola Riv- Phillips wiLh Bazzel catching.
er about that time. A 9-foot nay- Parnell collected a batting aver-
igable channel will then be avail- age of 1000 Sunday gettIng 6 tor
able from Apalachicola to Bain- 6 while playing 3 base for the vis-
(bridge, .Georgia, on the Flint Ri- itors.
ver and to Columbus, Alabama, on
the Chattahoochee River. If present Sinquefield swung the 'big bat
expectations are realized the en- for the Saints getting four for five
tire development will be complet- and 800 average.
ed in 1 062. The exhibition game .of Sunday
Th n,e District Engineer tated was officiated by Leonard Belin be-


that bids for the construction of
the channel in the Apalachicola
River will be opened at his office
I Mobile at 11:00 a.m. on May
17, 1956. The work will consist
of dredging to a depth of nine feet
below low water over a bottom of
100 feet, widening sharp bends, and
realigning the channel at a point
about 33 miles above 'the mouth
of the river. It will entail removing
2,860,000 cubic yards of earth and
about 45,000 cubic yards of rock,
placing about 32,000 cubic yards
of material in levees and clearing


hind the plate with Jeff Plair on
tlhe bases.

Highland View Home
is Damaged By Fire

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orrell of
First Street in Highland View
returned home Sunday night from
Tazwell, Georgia to find their
home had been broken into and set
on fire.
The fire burned a new bed and
all of Mrs. Orrell's clothes that
had been washed and left on the


about 30 acres of land. bed. A watch that belonged to
their son was missing.
The Woman's Missionary Society Alert neighbors discovered the
of the First Baptist Church will fire and went to working putting
meet Monday afternoon at 2:45 aL it out and SumiiuL the Port SL.
the church for the Royal Service Joe Fire Department.
and Business. Meeting. Circle 2 will The sheriff's office is now work-
have charge of he program. ig on the matter.


University Pres.

To Speak Here

Dr. J. Waiyne Reitz, president of
the" Univerkity of PFloida, will be
lie 'un -' .]-.li>-r before the Port
St Joe ti[.r'.y L'u' I .i i .-ni noon
luncheon on Thlira'-dlay at the St.
James' ELi',:, ..,Il Parish House.
-Meeting also with the club and
accompanying Dr. Reitz is R. C.
Beaty, Dean of Men. John Eibner,
Assistant Coach and Leland Hiatt,"
Alumni Executive Secreta.rv


printing office, The Star. The class
left school about 10:00 and on the
way observed the flowers and birds.
On arrival at The Star, the class
was invited in to view the opera-
ion, of the printing plant. They
were taken' on an inspection tolir
of the plant and inspected the dif-
ferent operations in publishing a
newspaper. They viewed the type-
setting machines, saw pages be-
ing made up to print and observed
the newspaper press printing a
portion of The Star. On a comple-
tion of their tour a picture was
made of the class for publication


The class then decided to extend
their field trip and went to the
Museum to view the relics of old
St. Joe. There, Mrs. R. H. Brinson
welcomed the class and registered
them at the desk. Then the pupils
were conducted through the mu-
seum to see the many interesting
articles there.
The class learned many things
of interest on the trip and had a
very good time.
We want to thank Mr. Ramsey
and Mrs. Brinson for their interest
and kindness shown to us.


Candidates Use Extra Time To

Woo Gulf Voters


Perhaps the most outstanding
feitiure of the Democratic rally
staged in Wewahitchka Saturday
afternoon, beginning at 4:00, was
the amount of time it consumed.
In this respect, the race among
the three lively candidates for the
Representative's chair was no
exception.
In eath rally thus far through-
out the county, the candidates for
this chair have spoken last. In-
terest in this particular campaign
is running high, and organizers
of [lie rallies feel that the last
place position for the Leglislature-
minded aspirants will insure a
la'ge crowd front the first bite
until the last swallow of the rally.
Tn reference to the time factor,
each candidate is supposedly lim-


SSpecial guests are members of &- '- -' .;
the local Kiwanis Club and Lions "" .' .'
Clubs and the president of the lo-
cal Parent-Teacher Associations. THE THIRD grade of Mrs. McGee is pictured above in front of The Star office as they visited
The University officials are mak- the local newspaper on Tuesday of last week to round out their study of newspapers.
ing a tour of West Florida visiting
with alumni and civic groups tell-
ing the "University Story". tElection Results and Rev Ned version Will egn Preaching
Another outstanding guest who A Sandwich Too
will attend the luncheon is Sen. M Ission At Presbyterian Church Here
Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) candi- The Kiwanis Club plans to have'
date for the Democratic preside trial a "Side Wralk Cafe" set up in frontTh ... y preaching mission
nomination who will speak briefly.of. Smith's Drug Store Tuesday -_ The ten day preaching mission


Mark P. Tomlinson is president
of the local Rotary Club.
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evening to serve sandwiches, cook-
ies, coffee and soft drinks to those


-'- who will be' watching the election
Saints Will Open returns.
I The election return score boare?
Season Here Sunday will be placed in front of the drug
store so everyone can get a first
The first game of the season will 'hand glimpse of the returns. 'Inis
'be played at the local park be-L service is for the citizensof St.
tween Apalachicola and Port St. Joe and surrounding communities.
Joe, this coming Sunday at 4:00 The Kiwanis Club is looking for-
p.m. ward 'to a good crowd.
iPort iS-t. Joe will field a team The club was honored by the
that-has been shaping up very well presence of Mr. Joe Baker, Lt. Gov.


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in the exhibition games. Apalachi- !of 'this district, at their meeting ".1
cola always fields a good 'team and Wednesday noon.
a very good game should result --a-
when these two teams meet in the Methodists Will Feature
opening game. Annual Children's Day James R. Nelson
The officers for the St. Joe 9 S S0
Saints for the 1956 season are W. The annual Children's Day pro-
O. Howard, Bus. Mgr.; Bascom gram will be presented at the First Dies F0rm BUrHs
Hamm, Field Mgr.; Harry Dow- Methodist Church on this coming
den, iSec.-Treas.; and Bob Elzey, Sunday at the Sunday 'School hour, James R. Nelson, 40 of Jackson-
handling 'the publicity. These men beginning at 9:45 a.m. ville died at the Municipal Hospi-
request those who want to pur- tal Tuesday morning.
chase season tickets please do so The air conditioning of the church Nelson was badly burned a week
by contacting any member of the has been completed. The church ago in an explosion on a ship put
team or themselves. will be fully air conditioned thru- in at the oil docks here. According
Let's support our home team, all out the summer months. The pub- to reports, a boiler exploded in a
of the games will, be played hard lic is cordially invited to attend ball of flame and Nelson received
and to the. highest standards of all of the services of the First Me- third degree burns on 95 percent
Sportsmanship. Plan now 'to attend thodist Church. of his body. He was rushed to the
the opening game Sunday and all~~ Municipal Hospital where he lived
of the home games that wil follow. Band Boosters Report until Tuesday morning.
Season tickets are on sale at On Barbecue Earnings! His body was taken to Ashburn,
Fuller's Supply and Austin-Atchi- --- Georgia Wednesday afternoon for
son Men's Store. Henry Chason, fund raising 'burial in Bethel Cemetery.
chairman, and Terry Hinote, presi-
Second Lt. Tom Ford spent last dent of the Band Boosters Assn., Spends Week End Here
week with his parents, Mr. and wish to express their thanks to all Miss Jeanie Longshore from We-
Mrs. H. L. Ford of 1019 Woodward who contributed time and effort in wahitchka spent the week end
Ave., after completing his primary helping put on the Barbecue to with Barbara Williams.
pilot training at Graham Air Base raise money for the Port St. Joe
in Marianna. He has bati. i -'ign-'Band. Some $200.00 was raised by Hospital Patient


ed -to Goodtellow Air F",r'ce _Ba-, the supper
San Angelo, Texa;, to omjple htis ---------
Ipilot training. it i as to advertise-try it!


Mrs. Edith Painter, mother of
Mrs. Ted Frary, is a patient in a
hospital in Pensacola.


long awaited by so many in the
oinni unity will open ar the Pres
byterian Church next Wednesday
niuh't at 8:00. Rev ed Iversun,
'ec; J), ced P v, hri:;n evangelist
of Augusta, Ga.. will be the guest
iiiiniseri. John Lovett of Port St.
Joe will be the sonig leader. The
evening services will be in pro-
gress for ten days, while the last
five days will also offer a Bibie
study at 7:00 to 7:45 each morna
ing. Coffee and doughnuts witl be
on hand before and after, and tlih
men are encouraged to come in
work clothes.
Mr. Iverson is noted as a Bible
preacher and teacher, and offers
a real opportunity to all to grow
iu Bible knowledge. Mr. Lovet: is
;planning an outstanding musical
program, in which he will be as-
sisted by the Lovett family, Mrs.
IT. J. '.Iit.h. 1i Miss Barbara Mlt-
chell and Rev. Douglas Newsomoa.
Of interest to the young people
will be the fact that Rev. Iverson
was a three-letter athlete of na-
tonal renoun at Davidson College.
The public is cordially invited
to participate in this season of
worship and instruction.

Fish Fry Saturday

There will be a fish fry sponsor-
ed by the Port St. Joe Lion; Club
Saturday, May 5 at 3:00 p in. in
,front of the Florida Power Office,
All proceeds ironm the fish fry
will be used toward payment on,
the electric scoreboard and clock


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for the high school football field. Friday evening at 5:00 at Kenney's
As an added atLrac'ion to the Mill. The windup ralley will get
fish fry, all -ancdilajti oif othil u.!fd'-way at Port St. Joe on Reid


County wito bi
pheir ,iC.+ !. i ;
platform.


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ited to 5 minutes. Silas R' "Mick-
ey" Stone spoke for the better
part of 30 minutes. Ben Williams
followed (with a light to guide
him because it was darkening)
for the better- portion of 20 min-
utes. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., then
took the platform (with a lamp-
raising ceremony because it was
then very dark) for the better
portion of 20 minutes.
But it was all fairly interesting
-as long talks go- and the
crowd reflected this interest by
doing very little shrinking from it
original 4:00 o'clock bulk, in spite
of the late hour and the growling,
neglected stomachs.
After reviewing his qualifica-
tions, Stone consumed the re-
mainder of the time he spoke re-
viewing Costin's legislative re-
cord over the past two years.
His contention was that, aside
from the local bills Costin had
gotten passed (some 12 or 13 bills)
every bill which Costin had intro-
duced had, for one reason or an-
other, not been passed, exceptirg
one -a labor bill. And this, said
Stone, was not Costin's bill be-
cause it was introduced two days
earlier in the Senate by Senator
Gautier.
In short, Stone contended, Cos-
tin had no record whatever when
it came to state legislation.
Candidate Ben Williams, during
his time on the piltfromn. hit out
again at the ',-. i' '., -n-the
schools issue. Re-ferring to an ad-
vertisement which he had run in
the BREEZE, in which he accused
Rep. Costin of placing Negro
president Gore (of Florida A&M)
in the dignitary category, Williams
made the observation that "Gore
didn't come down but sent two
niggers for one big nigger."
Williams stand is that there are
no dignitaries in the Negro race.
His allegation is that Costin has
placed Dr. Gore in that category.
A new item brought into his
campaign talk revolves around the
tragic death of the two Melvin
boys in a Sunday automobile ac-
cident about a month ago. Will-
iams made the statement that
Costin collected s fee for
drawing up the release papers in
the settlement of an insurance
claim between the Presidential In-
surance Company and the two
widows Melvin.
Representative Costin, the last
speaker, defended his record.
He pointed out that no addi-
tional taxes had been levied since
he took office, rather that the
county was getting benefit from
additional taxes levied against the
dog track operators.
Charged earlier by one of his
opponents for sponsoring a bill
because of personal interests, Cos-
tin pointed out that he sponsored
the bill at the request of the
county 'commissioners. Briefly, the
county had money in the banh
gathering dust and wanted to get
a bill passed which would allow
them to put it somewhere where
it would return seme interest. The
Representative charged that Stone
should have advised the Board as
to the soundness or constitution-
ality of the bill, since he (Stone)
in an attorney for the Board.
In a reply to Williams' Melvin
statement, Costin said that draw-
ing up releases referred to was a
routine matter in settling insur-
ance claims, that any lawyer can
do it, that he was convenient at
the time a release was required
so the Adjuster called on him.
He told the crowd, further, that
through his efforts the unfortu-
nate widows received a larger set-
lement than otherwise would have
been the case.
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Svi ; Psent God", followed with. oAripture Le6hard Belin and Mrs. Morgaf ol o
.s. ud M thdists reading and prayer given by Mrs. Jones, J., taking part. Developing ch of Arra events and Horticulture
Study eoasts Robert King. the program were Mrs. Joe Grims-
rs. P'red Davis presented the Responsive reading was given by ley, Mrs. H. W. Griffin, Mrs. Fen- IS Sn0 SOred By I cal Garden tlid
study o Combie ou Efforts Mrs. George Suber and Mrs. R. H. non Talley and Mrs. Ernest Wim-P
study "o Combine our Effo Brinson. berly.
For. Lasting Peace" in the meet- film, "Strangers No Longer" The theme hymn w& used in The School of Arrangements and Officer training courses are offer-.
ing of the Woman's Society of was presented. Mrs. J. C. Laney closing (he program. "In Christ Horticulture sponsored by the Gar- ed twice a year and are usually
Christian Service of the First Me- discussed. "Working Together for There Is No East or West". den Club of Port St. Joe last week scheduled to 'begin in August' and
thodist Church, Monday afternoon, Peace" and Illustrated her talk Thirty members were present. at Sit. James' Episcopal Parish February of each year. Applicants
when the group held their meet- with the showing of several beau- The next meeting will be at the House proved to be very success- interested in being considered for
ing at the church. The opening tiful and illustrative posters.' church, Monday afternoon at 3 ful. Course five, the last in a series bhe August 1956 class should sub-
worship was a solo given by Mrs. The program entitled, "Social pnm. for 'the final study to be of courses given consecutively for mit completed applications between
Chris Martin, "Come! Peace of Responsibi4ty" was illustrated taught by Mrs. Davis. All mem- the past five years was well pre- 'May 1 and 15. Applications receiv-
I.sented by two very talented instruc- ed after this date will be considered
first with a skit with Mrs. Robert King, Mrs. Hubert Richards, Mrs. bers were urged to attend. nted by two very talented instruc ed after thi date will be considered
tors. for- theQ clas a .hiduledllor fo~r Febru-n


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Mrs. Guy Yaste of Pensacola of
the Pensacola Garden Club, well
known to Garden Club members,
and a past district director of Dis-
trict 1, taught, "Flower Arrange-
ments" on Thursday. 0. E. Parvin,
Professor of Horticulture. of the
University of Florida, Gainesville,
very ably instructed in Horticul-
'ture and Landscaping at the Friday
session.
The classes were well attended
by garden club members and one
visitor, Mrs. Edith White who made
a special trip from Sarasota to
take this course. A covered dish
luncheon in honor of Mrs. Yaste
and Mrs. E. Adams, who accom-
panied her, was given by club
members on Thursday. Mrs. Thom-
as Mitchell was chairman in charge
of the school.
,iSix members: Mrs..p c l r Mdny'


ary 1957.
Requirements for consideration
under this program are, in general,
applicants must pass a physical
examination, be citizens of the
United States, married or single
with no dependents under age 18,
and be college grads; however, wo-
men with two or more years of col-
lege who have the required amount
of experience in .teaching, business,
recreation, personnel administra-
tion, advertising and other fields
requiring leadership may apply for
a waiver of the college degree re-
quirement. Applicants for' consid-
eration under this program must
be 'between 20 and 33 years of age.
Applications and further informa-
tion may be obtained by writing
the WAC Recruiting Officer, U. S.
Army [Recruiting Main Station,
Monitgom'ery, Ala., or the WAC


Mrs. J. C. Arbogast, Mrs. Ethel Procurement -Officer, MPPD, AG
Bridges, Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mrs. Section, Headquarters, Third Army,
Fort McPherson, Georgia.
Thomas Mitchell and Mrs. Kenneth Fort McPheron Georgia.
Broadnax took a written test early CARD OF THANOS
Saturday morning for credit. Upon CA r OF T a
passing examination and a final I wish to express my thanks and
reading test, four of the above appreciation to my many friends,
mentioned members will shortly the nurses and' doctors for the
be able to qualify as full accredited deeds, the beautiful lowrs cheer
judges in the National Council of ful cards and kind and thoughtful
Flower Show Judges with the priv- words during my illness.
UIGILLE WILLIAMS
iledge of instructing flower show _______ __ IM
schools. Visitors From Miami
Upon completion of the test Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Olin R. Ramsey, Sr.,
urday, Mrs. Thomas Mitchell, Mrs. and children of Miami are visiting
Ethel Bridges, and Mrs. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Williams and
Broadnax helped to judge the Third family this week end'. Mrs. Ramsey
Annual Flower Show of the Gulf is the niece of Mrs. Williams.
Beach Flower Show at Panama __-
City. After attending the show, the r Want Ads Get Reult
three were guests at. a judges t ant As et
luncheon given by 'Mrs. Grier Barn- VOTE RIGHT VOTE FOR
hart and Mrs. T. A. Tucker of the
Gulf Beach Garden Club in honor
of 16 visiting judges.


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BUTTER CHEST, Applications Now Ope
SIN DOOR For WAC Enlistee

Applications are nbw being
cepted from qualified young womr
Interested in becoming commission
ed officers in the Women's Arm
FOODS Corps, Sergeant A. C. Blalock of t1
D~ U. S. Army Recruiting Station
4 DON'T NEED Panama City announced this wee
S$4.25AWCOVERING! Young women selected'under th
S A WEEK after small down payment special program are commissionE
In the U. S. Army Reserve a]
called to active duty in ,the graded
SFt a a second or first Lieutenant, accord
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co. : to ageand,:qaliy
g lence, to attend .the appropria
WA-C Officer Basic course conduct
ed at Fort McClellan, Alabam
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BORN COTTONDALE, JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, JULY 24, 1901
County Prosecuting Attorney
Calhoun County twenty-six years,
School Board' Attorney, Calhoun
County, City Attorney, City of
Blountstown.
Veteran World War 1, Member
American Legion; Masonic Lodge,
Eastern Star; Lion's Club; Moose;
holder of Silver Beaver in Boy
Scouting, for Adult Leadershi,p;
Methodist Church, ember Official
Board and Teach Men's Bible
Class. Hasn't missed 1Su nda y
School in 22 years.
His record shows that he has al-
ways favored old age persons.
school teachers, cripples and de-
pendent children. He favors a dam
at the foo* of the Dead Lakes, and
'will endeavor to get It built with
State or Federal funds. His slogan
"No New Taxes". He is endorsed
by Florida Federation of Labor
and voted for and supported every
SBill introduced in the 1953 and 1955
Ssassions.
SMember Legislature, as Repre-
1 tentative from Calhoun County in
1953 and 1955 Sessions. Has many
friends in House and Senate.
(Those who know him best trust
him, he is only candidate from Cal-
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
sons, two sons in College now.
One already a Chaplain In U. S.
Army.
Southern Democratic Honor and
tradition says it's his County's
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THE DICTATORIAL WAY
Sumter Lowry, the one-tracked candidate
-z Governor, finally has given us his specific
.a for keeping segregation in Florida schools
-.a colleges and the people had better look
it carefully and let all the implications soak
In.
He says he would simply withhold his
a-itme from State checks to support mixed schools
.-d colleges. The Florida Supreme Court has
nued no State check is good without the Gov-
..nor's signature, and the Governor can't be
A.inced to sign his name even for a justified ex-
penAditure.
So the Governor of Florida holds a dicta-
tI,rial hand over expenditures of State money.
.eretofore, it has been used only rarely. The
last time was when Fuller Warren refused to
sign the paycheck for a Game and Fresh Water
. ish Commission employee he didn't like but
"couldn't fire because the commission is an in-
dependent agency.
Lowry says "I wil hold back money from
the trouble spots and let the rest of the schools
,o ahead with their work."
That, to the all-or-nothing segregationist,
imay sound good.
Just what does it mean?
State money does not go to the counties
for public education school by school, teacher
-,y teacher, building by building. It goes in a
lump sum for them to spend -within the discre-
tion of their school boards.
Now suppose one Negro in Dade county
gets a federal court order allowing him to at-
tend a white school. It's possible there are
some schools in Dade county where this would
not meet violent objection from the white par-
ents (although we don't know of any in our
part of Florida thank God).
Would Lowry cut off all the State money
from *tade county? Would he automatically
close all its schools lop off the teachers' salaries,
stop state funds for payment of installments on
their school construction debts?
Suppose a federal court order should say
one Negro must be admitted to the small con-
Iferences and a few classes that go with obtain-
ing a master's degree from a graduate school of
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P'lo ida State Urnvershity or the Univermity of
Florida. Would Lowry stop all payments to the
University, cut off the salaries of the staff and
faculty, close its doors and send all the rest of
the students home?
Do the people of Florida want that? Do
they want it done solely on the whim or judg-
ment of one man without action by the Legis-
lature, the Board of Control, the Cabinet Board
of Education, the county school boards?
That is the way to dictatorship.
If Lowry would weild his power this way
with the schools, would he use it also when it
served his purpose in other matters?
Would he use it to knock down the new
state employes' merit system by refusing to
sign checks for employes he wanted to dis-
charge? He's never told us how he feels about
the merit system.
Would he use it to stop old age assistance
payments here HE thought shouldn't be made,
regardless of what welfare department case
workers, recommended? He's never told us how
he feels about the welfare program.
Would he use it against other constitutional
officers, like the Cabinet members, the Game
and Fish Commission, the Parole Commission,
to force his will upon them?
This is a method, and a man, the people
should find out a whole lot more about before
they go to the polls.

DESPERATION TACTICS SURE SIGN
FIRST PRIMARY VICTORY POSSIBLE
It may be significant to note that the first
primary victory predictions for Gov. LeRoy
Collins are not coming from his camp. It is un-
likely, even if he felt sure of "having the elec-
tion i nthe bag," that he would make any pre-
diction that would encourage over-confidence
among his supporters.
No Florida governor has ever won that of-
fice in a first primary. Dan McCarty came
closest in 1952, when he came within about
16,000 votes of making a runoff with Biailey
Odham unnecessary.
Nevertheless, many close observers of the
Florida political scene are predicting a first pri-
mary victory for Collins. That belief was re-
ported Sunday by a Washington columnist, who
said his report was based on information Flor-
ida Congressmen were getting from back home.
The possibility of a first primary win was
also reported Sunday by three veteran Tallahas-
see political columnists, as ,well as many other
close- observers of the Florida political scene.
Despite the reputation of the columnists
for accuracy-in the past, we have been inclined
to discount the predictions. We did, that is,
until some of the other candidates began show
ing signs of desperation.
That is being evidenced by wild and reck-
less charges, the use of faked pictures and simi-
lar stop-gap desperation tactics. When a can-
didate resorts to such strategy, it is a sure sign
that he sees the "handwriting on' the wall."
In this case, it could mean that the veteran ob-
servers are right again. The May 8 primary
will tell.


Undergoes )Surgery
John Blount, who underwent sur-
gery at Oschner's Clinic in New
Orleans, is expected to return to
his home this week end. He will
fly to Panama City and will be
met by Mrs. Blount.
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Visits Grandparents .
Linda Roberts spent the week
end in Altha with her grandpar-
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebar-
gar of Tyndall Field Air Force
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Bill Bennett, a student a4t. Florida
State University in Tallahassee
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Hilton and Doyle Richard.
Miss Minnie Ola Ray spent sev-
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Mrs. Earl Fussell and children
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Mrs. E. L. Lightfoot honored her
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Paula Lovett, Donnie and Diane
Ellison, Mary and Philip Riley, Lar-
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Mrs. Howard Linebargar. Jeau O'Brian, Alice Jean. and the
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and honoree.


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.. Moved by Harris seconded by Broo Mary Ann Aide, ettonin Strives To Be Good.
to approve the general plans of the Kiwanis iFrank lBarnes, Patrioia Callaway, Willie hews Map of Week, Inc., Sup.. 21 13 UT
Club to improve athletic field at Port St. !Mae Daniell, Royce Dickens, Sara Fite, CO&G Sport. Goods Co., Sup....... 6 .90 n o B
Minutes of The Joe High. All voted YES. 'Juanita Gunn, Jean Jump, Frances Hazel- E M Hale & Co., Sup...........174.60
The Board approved the School Board's wood, Minume Howell, Betty Sue Kurth, Marguerite Hardy. Travel...........15.15
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD share of installing sewerage lines o the vare Martin, Paline McGee, Ann Par- Port St. Joe lem. School, Refund onity n
410. Moved by Whiefield seconded by Brogdon en Rol'in. Yvonne Straughn, Alice Yadon, Costin's Dept. Store, Supplies ....... 4.00
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA that the board pay approximately $200.00 Rebecca Maddox, Grace Smith and Laura Singer Sewing Mach. Co., Sup. ...... 5.82
W* WApR ?195LD6 0' balance on the bleachers at the Port St. Joe itedie. h ScReell's ert sup. Local l135-lntenational Asso-'seIted toG
The Board of PUbl i tiirtiOn. Gulf IF-),q.h hool. Port St. doe High School J E Whatley Typewriter Co.. Sup... 85.05
The Board o Publ Instrucon, u ... by Harris seconded by Whitfield I Iris Poole, Katherine Ivey, Marjorie Ans- Keenan Weld. Sup. Co, Sup. ...... 5.60 caition f Machinists is a small Port St. J
County, Florida, mt the boe da t thate little league baseball group ma tin. Jacque Price. David Nicholson. Ernes- Southern Liquid Gas Co., Sup .......1.00 iAon of Machinists s a smal n- Port Sit
ihers present aDr. a'I t t .o. 1 d fo- ., J. A. tae ol football field. All voatthed f ye. J,.:. ,"..aret Devore, Lamar Paison. West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co., Sup.. 29.1,
itfiel, e on mem s and seconded and that te t- i Lillian Kenninton, J.. Standard Oil Co., Fuel.0il ... 80.9 ees, most of whom work for St. without c]
Carter Ward, chairman. The Superintendentt lowing personnel be re-appointed to their ,11 ii .r, G. L. Tohaesson, Alice Andrews, Gulf Coast Elee. Coop, Inc., Elec. Energy Oe Paper Company. These men year Loca
was present andHe ,. otoeonsfor the 16-57 school year: ir -, Key, Bodth Ple erman on for Wewa Schools ...... 146 J2 P Company. These men year Loca
Thw reindu- preceding meeting a d ,ka "h h Shool James Yadon, Marion Craig and N"'1 Connell Water. Works, Water for Wewa are all Interested in the progress able resus
The nnil teeth for the mob Charlotte Brwn, Irene Connell, Ann iblackDure Hudson. School ................ 0.00
of March wa" a examined and approved Bell Gaskin. Betty Holloway, Harrell Hal-Highland View Elementary School Fla. Power Corp., Else, energy for PSJ and continued growth ofithei com- ed to Dr.,
The o Nurses' report was examine d and approv- owaBe, Laura into, Leo Hodges, Mag- Nancy Mills, Jacqueline Brown. Mary Schools ............... 634.72 m ty Even though some people ch lin
ed and ordered filed. dalene Hubbard, Rosenia Kilbourn, William Bailey, Ruby Bartlett and Alma DeWitt, P. McDaniel, Suppliesup.......... 1.2 untowy. Even though some people chka m Clini
John Robert Smith and ,.. Wimber- Linton, Martha Lanier, Clytee S.' Mayfield. George W. Carver School Ga. Chem. Co., Inc, Sup ........ 15.87 throw off on unions and their work, unity se
SJr r Mayfield Jr.,et Rester, BarbaradorBo an, Gwen- Cter Cem Co., Sup......... the union continues to work or te one 195eedi
Port St. Jcemel rce liti the Boad o lu a k Shirley, Hugh leminer,/adge Semmes, Ange- dolyn Ingramtand Harvey Woods. The Santab Co., Sup...........78:26 the union continues to work for the one needi
their approval for their plans of improving line Whitfield, Robert'Woll, Janie C. Dunn George Washington Junior High School St. Joe Bldr. rSup. Cou Material 39.50 betterment of the community and Then se
the athletic field oramt Ow Port St. Joe Ilign and Reba Wooten. .,nrr- rnold, Annie Mae Bailey, Mary Woolford's Serv. Sta., Sup...........2.23
the athlic ic. Port St. Joe Eig andementary School P. Bruce. Harriet Carr, Susie Bill's Plumb. Serve Labor & p... 44.00 ts people. handicap
oo0-nr Ar,-lie D. Willielmina Hamp- Gaskin Bros. Lmbr. Co, Sup ........09.65
r-.- nt .ir ol i i, Lois Johnson, David i I & Refrig. Co., Sup. 12.96 About a year ago when the polio munity w.
!Jones, Johnnel P'ql7 Tin Peters.U U D -" tt ,r Inc., Labor & Sup. 104.38
Tvines, Annete ., Edwin Williams Gulf Hdwe. & Sup. Co., Sup ......38.32 epedimic became so prevalent in ject, this
RE-ELECT Lua,- .i A.i ..I r .,. Woods, Beutrie I I. M. McClamna, Labor & Sup.. 1910 this part of the state, Local 1435, eye dog fo
Woodfautk, ,! .r WrWnn and Matline Wynn ISt. Joe tdwe. Co., Sup .......... 160.38 is p sate, Local 1435, eye dog fo
There being no further business to om Quincy ardy, Sub. BusDriv.......7.00 seeing the great need for an iron munity. IT
Sbefr then the li e then adorn to n AaIlhort W in rn(s -choo cbilid. Io lung in ou3 community, took some contacted
'.Special JGu on Ar.l -4 "' lf uit oil Corp., Sup. .........418.66 $500.00 that had been set aside ed in Nor
y I S l' Thoma A. Owens Carter War Zt. Toe 3fitr. Co., Latbor & Parts 21.83
SSuperintendent Chairman citech ,bs. Inidry, Serv. ...... 1.35 as a building fund to purchase an and made
LIST OF EXPENDITURES FOR -THE ,Gulf Drung Co,, Sup. .......... 11.70 iron lung and drone which was pre- ments for
MONTH OF APRIL 1956 Lester's Ser. Sta., Storage of Sup. ... 90 to take
GENERAL FUND in"Land. ... 1,0to
lfO, Be. Supplies..n Lau lul Coin to PS 10.0
Star Pub. Co., Printing & Sup ... 10 i&R 1c Fritht .......... 1.CStandard School Serv., Sup....... 200.00 course wil
.' E .. Dew Co.. -.. .... 4.29 John McMulon, Garbage Disp ... 12.00 St. Joseph Tel. & Heat.el Co., Servu. 8.800
.C!.' Wheeler iPub,. ,ICo iU .ln l ln. C. I ............. Okin E erm. Co., Pest Control .... ee
A..% '..&17.63 M. P. Tomlinson, T3. ........... 55 03 Oikin Exterm. 0oe., Pest Control. 112.00 ceive abs
SStanda I .r..S.. Ser1 ..,,... 25.30 Frank & ol' \e,--. lT... .... 98977 Wewa tdwe Co., Sup........... fo1.2hi
Fla. School Book t- 1 -u 11.84 Zion Fair P,t' ., I Ent .. 26 00 The Steck Co., Sup ............ o 94.46 dog for hi
Amerioan lEdu.o Pub., Supplies .duator. Pog.Serv. Sup .. .. Wall Else. Co., Sup .............10.00
your Amera d u upplis 5 educator. er. Sup.. 6:00 D.T. Bridges, Light for Office .... 46.70 and now
Thomas A. Owens, Exp. to FEA meet. 140.25 that he is
Carter Ward, Exp. to PEA meet... 140 25
S.1.B. Harris, Exp. to FEA meet. 140.25 Guiding E
State Representative A TABLET FOR Alvin McGlon's Serv ar., Labor andand
ATABLE Rpartse.................... 5 d and
Hugh H. Semmes; Sub. bus drivnig .. 12.00 national A
EXPERIENCEDnin A L *A L A Leroy Hodges, Sub bus driv.. ..... 3.00
EXPERIENCED CAPABLE ARTHRITIS ALFALFA Gn Cont Co., Payment on buildingnited St
Contract r ........... 4,986.00
., 1 S $ ?9 WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA the contri
APRIL 24, 1956 women ev
am The Board of Public Instruction, Gulf
m i County, Florida, met in special session on over the
/I ....... 0.10 f1 the above date with the following mem- ,


I feel that my record as a member of the Legislature
has been a good record and the legislation which I intro-
duced and supported was for the best interest of the people
of Gulf C('nty.
I rs-p .ctiully solicit your continued vote and support'


upon mny pas' record.
Sincerely,
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
(Paid Political Advertisement)


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bears present and acting: Carter Ward_. chair- nappy Dy receiving seeing eye aogs
man, J. B. Harris, J. A. Whitfield, Pennon to lead and guide them in their
Talley and Clyde Brogdon, members. Theevery day walks of life.
Superintendent was present and acting. every day walks of life.
The Board met for the purpose of re-
ceiving bids for (3) 60-passenger bus bo- So you see my friends we are
dies and chassis and (1) 48-passenger
bus body and chassla no in a community to hurt it but
The Board received bids from the follow- to help it in any and every way we
ing chassis representatives:
St. Joe Motor Company can.
Wimberly Pontiac Company
Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Company. Inc Yours truly,
The Board received bids from the follow- Roy 0RDWS President
ing bus body companies: ROY OEW Preient
Blue Bird -Body Company Local Lodge 1435
Rivers Body Factory (Wayne)
Superior Coach Corporation
The lowest bid for (3) 60-passenger bo- ii
dies and chassis was GMC chassis with
Wayne bodies. Amount $14,075.82.
The lowest bid for (48) passenger bus
body and chassis was Ford chassis with
Superior body, amount $3,622.106.
Moved by Whitfield seconded by Brogdon
tha thte Board purch aes(3) G1MC chassis
and Wayne bodies for $14,075.82 to be de-
livered to Gulf County. All voted YES. S- ..
There being no further business to come
before them they did then adjourn to meet
again in regular session on May 8, 1956.
ATTEST:
Thomas A. Owens Carter Ward .
Superintendent Chairman ..... "l


take its tol from your car


in nis r gnr ror:
GOOD GOVERNMENT
LAW ENFORCEMENT
STATES' RIGHTS
SEGREGATED SCHOOLS

%e- C/ect
DICK

ERVIN
FLORIDA'S
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Paid for by the
Dick Ervin Campaign Treasurer


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ELECT
JOSEPH I. (Joe)
MATHIS
STATE SENATOR
25th Senatorial District
Joseph I. (Joel Mathis is
44 years old, has practiced
law in Panama City for
over 25 year, has 'been


County Attorney for four

is a memberof of the Rotaryhe Florida Legislature




He stands for economy in government, better schoos1949
and roads, and has provenand 1951 and is the slabof
Col. C. R. (Uncle Bob)
Mathis. fle is a graduate
of Bay County High School and the University of Florida,
is a member of the Rotary Club, Elks American Legion,
and is an active member of the Methodist Church.
He stands, for economy in government, better schools
and roads, and has proven himself a friend of labor.
He will work vigorously to -maintain segregation of the
races in every respect.
He will work for some feasible plan to impound the
waters of the Dead Lakes and is in favor of extending
State Road 22 east to connect with a road near Sopchoppy
-thereby shortening the distance to South Florida arid
Tallahassee.
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Behind your and the family can continue to live right here!
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the South. Gulf Life's Special Mortgage Cancellation plan for as
little as 400 per month per $1,000.
,*S ,..,* Valuable policies that you now own can be adapted
to meet other family needs. Your Gulf Life
representative will be glad to arrange it. He can
also, point out the many ways Gulf Life insurance plans
can provide for family income, education,
retirement and many other things your family
wants and needs. Call him today for advice about your
family protection problems.


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Citizen Cong. Sikes Urges

Thich It Serves That You Vote

the Municipal Hospital in Congressman Bob Sikes in Wash-.
oe and dedicated to corn- ington has Issued a statement re-
rvice for use by anyone minding the voters that next Tues.
charge. Also in this same day is election day and urging them
1 1435 purchased a port. to vote. He stated: "The greatest
itator which was present- privilege we have is the. right to
Canning at the Wewahit- express our own opinions. Let's
ic and dedicated to corn- keep this heritage by using it. Be
rvice to be used by any- sure to vote next Tuesday. oVte
ing it without charge, any way you like-but be sure ,to
eking further to help the vote.
ed and needy in our corn-
e undertook another pro-
time to provide a seeing IInternational Association of
or a blind man in our corn- Machinists.
n doing this Local 1435 -
Guiding Eyes, Incorporat- Advertising doesn't cost-it pays!
*th Hollywood, California ---
the necessary arrange-
Mr. Lafayette Kilbourn
a four weeks training
th a seeing eye dog and
nd of this course to re- "-
)olutely free a seeing eye
s own. This Mr. Kilbourn
we are happy to report.
back home with his dog.
yes, Incorporated is spon-
d supported by the Inter-
Association of Machinists
auxiliaries all over the S9
rates and Canada. Through' T 5
'butions of union men and "
erywhere, blind people all
United -States are made
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POLITICAL
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election to the office of Coun-
ty Commissioner from District 3
subject to the approval of the vot-
ers of Gulf County at the polls c
May 8. I am standing on my record
of representing the best interestL
of the county as a whole, co -operat-
ing wherever possible with the
School Board and other county de-
partments with the future progress
ia mind the best interes:a of ell
of- the county always in m'nd I
-svure you that if re-elasted, I
hall continue to strive oe' the de-
iei( ment of our county, keeping
thE people."
PARKER G. HARUT
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 *romiee 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 CommAesiol-
er from District No. 1, subject to
the May 8 Democratic Primary.
I nave been a resident of Gulf
County for twenty years, and dur-
ing, t.at time I have done my level
oest it whatever I have unaer-
taken.
It it your wish that I be a mem
ber of the County, Commission,
please let me have your support.
Tu reltrn, I promise you I will d.-
-ote my every effort to the prob-
'ems of the county's business in
the same manner as you would If
youi yourself, were a member of
the Board.
CLYDE F. BROGDON
(Paid Political Adv.)
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of County Judge of
Gulf County subject to the Demo-
cratic primary of May 8, 1956.
it 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
Couriiy.
c. To be available at all hours for
those unable to transact the busi-
ness of the office during regular
hours.
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


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the opportunity of serving them made every effort to serve the
as their Tax Collector for the past people well. If re-elected, I promise
three years, to continue this endeavor.
I will deeply appreciate your It has been a pleasure serving
consideration when you cast your the people and with that thought
ballot on May 8 for Tax Collector. in mind I am requesting your con-
I promise, if elected, to serve you tinted support and -friendship.
HARLAND PRIDGEON GEORGE W. COOPER
to the best of my ability.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
FOR SHERIFF I am announcIng for County Com-
I herewith announce that I will missioner for District Number One
seek another, term as the sheriff of Gulf County. I have been living
of your county. My record, assher- here for many years and the ma-
iff for more than 19 years, will jority of the people know me, I
show that I have always condu.-t- will do my best for the county in-
ed the office in a. busin-sssIike terest. I helped to create the
wanner County and carried a load of peo-
I: nas been my pleasure to serve pie up to Tallahassee to vote. I
the good people of my county and have also given several roads to
I have always had the cooperation the county.
ot the people of the county. With- I will certainly appreciate your
out the cooperation, we could not vote and support.
have had the success we have had Respectfully,
in law enforcement. For this J.s. p eckley.
I will be ever thankful, being M
mindful that I am a servant of
the people. If reelected, I promise Vote For and Elect
to give you the same courteous W. C. ROCHE
service that you have had in the COUNTY COMMISSIONER
past. District One- Gulf County
On this record I ask you to re- "With Proven Ability To Build"
turn me to this important office. Your Vote and Support Will Be .
BYRD E. PARKER Appreciated
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
I announce.that I am a candidate FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
for re-election to the office of I hereby announce my candidacy
Clerk of Circuit Court for Gulf for the office of School Board
County. I sincerely appreciate your
continued support in my behalf. As
your -Clerk, I onllgate myself to
fullfil, with efficiency and dignity, Yo A
every responsibility of the Clerk's I U Are Cordially
office. I


GEORGE Y. CORE

Vote For and Support
T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT
ror
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Gulf County--District 5
Representation On A County-
Wide Basis

FOR COUNTY-COMMISSION
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 vSs your
County Commissioner from Jan. 1,
1949 to Jan. 1, 1N%. I hope to have
this privilege again as your sr-
vant in this office. I will work un-
tiraigly if elected to this office for
the best interest and the develop-
ment of Gulf County.
I will endeavor to co iduct 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. STRANGE
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-
Ler, with the interest of the peo-
ple always first,
Being always mindful that I am
a servant of the people, I have


Member in District Four.
If I am elected, I will consider
the voters problems in their schoc
system, as the problems of th
School Board. I plan to work wit
the people of this county to bette
our school system. I plan to wor
toward the program of putting ta
money where it will do the mos
good..
Your vote and support will b
appreciated.
C. E. "PECK" BOYEt
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSION
I hereby announce myself again
for County Commissioner in Dis
trict 1. I trust in the people as
whole. I know I can make you
good, commissioner. Will be hon
est and fair witir everyone.
Your help, support and vote wil
be appreciated.
HENRY BOZEMAI
----.


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 lu-
ties of the office to the highest
standard and in such a way no one


Invited To Attend


Long Avenue Baptist Chucrh

REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor


.SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP --------11:00
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -- 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP --. 8:00
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30


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Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

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- will be sorry that they voted for :age 65. "
e~me*. In cases where the wage earner
ol1 I have served the people of We- leaves no minor children and no
ie wahitchka as their City Police- leaves no mor children and no
th.man and the people of Gulf County surviving spouse, if he was contri-
erlas County Commissioner, and I buting as much as fifty percent of
rkibelieve that in both these capaci- the support of his parents, month-
tx ties I gave the kind of service that
st would merit the confidence of all ly benefits may, be payable to them
the people of Gulf County to let when they reach age 6-5.
)e me serve as their Sheriff. Carey explained that social- secur-
I know that I have the ABILITY i
R and ENERGY to make you a good ity benefits are not automatic. Ap-
Sheriff. Won't you please VOTE plications must be filed for all types !
and SIUPiPORT me in this election of benefits. He urges that some one
n and let me prove myself to you in contact the nearest social security
s. this IMPORTANT OFFICE. office ad find out whether suri-
a Your VOTE and SUPPORT will ce a fid out whether survi
a be forever appreciated. vors benefits are-payable whenever
1- T. D. "DOC" WHITFIELD a member of the family dies who
sk About Your had a social security card or who
ASK A OU YOUwasin military service at any time
N After September 15, 1940.


survivors Benefits

In Case of Death
If a worker in your family dies,
ask if survivors benefits are pay-
able. John V. Carey, district man-
ager of the Panama City social se-


curity district office states that
each year here are some benefits
that are no claimed by the survi-
vors of insured workers. This is
particularly true when the de-
ceased worker is a female.
The Social Security Act provides
that a lump-sum death payment
can be made i eve'y case if the
v.orker was insured at tlif time of
his death. An application for this
payment must be filed within two
years after the wage earner's
death.
In addition -to the lump-sum
death payment, monthly benefits
may be payable to the deceased
wage earner's children under 18
yeass of age; and to his widow,
regardless of her age, if she has
minor children of the wage earner
in her care. When the last child
reaches age 18, if the widow is still
under @5 years of age, her benefit
it stopped-to be resumed when
she becomes 66, provided she has
not remarried. Under some condi-
tions, monthly payments are pos-
sible to dependent widowers, at


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NEWS F HOM
Highland View
y Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan
PHONE 7-5063
Members of the WMU of the
Highland View Baptist Church
honored Mrs. Ruth Harbuck with
-a surprise going away party at
her home on Tuesday afternoon,
April 24. Each circle presented her
with a lovely gift. The group had
prayer for her safe journey home.
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and auction will go to buy play t on your printing a sign of u Star Clasiie Ads Bring Quick Result


Satives. famy visited' relatives in Taz-
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck and children, Mrs. Mary Barham. spent the day well, Ga., this week end.
Mrs. Ruth ar k and hild Friday in Panama City on business. and Mrs. Peter G. Strange
Jerry and Anita left April 25 for Mr. and Mr. Bllie Brach pet spent the week end in Wewahitch-
Jacksonville where they boarded a the week end in Wewahitchka vis- ka with friends and relatives and
plane for Ansbach, Germany, near iting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Branch they alto attended the political
rally ,Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strange and
family spent Saturday in Panama
City on business.
Dave Gaskin of Panama City vis-
ited his daughter, Mrs. Lila Wil-
Sliamson Monday.
< Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Whitfield
p of Callaway visited Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Whitfield Saturday.
Mrs. Jessie Phillips of Bristol is
Doiley dress visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cum-
I bie this week.
/ ..-- .. shown in Glamour
Fre:;h as air, welcome as
/' 'ummr,, breeze-new leno The WMU of the Highland View
rpe dotted Swiss with Baptist Church met Monday at the
/ church for mission study. Mrs. L.
Scrochet-frostec F. Adams gavr the fourth chapter
n ckfipe and sleeves, of the book, "Soul Winning In Your
.. full pleatec Community" and Mrs. Alice Macom-
Sskirt. Yellow ber taught the fifth chapter. Mrs.
bu''e 'pk Edna Floyd reported on the trip
I/ '... "blue, pink made to DeLand by the YWA girls.
/ i' 8 to 18 There were 10 members present,
'. 12.95 Mrs. Lillie Richter dismissed the
/ \ group with prayer.
SThe YWA's met at the church
\president gave the devotional and
'' Valeria Roberts led in prayer. The
S' .. program was "Jesus Saves". Those
-- iI! taking part on program were Val-
' \\ eria Roberts, Betty Jo McCormick
S. and Yvonne Richter. The program
/ chairman, Melba Armstrong, dis-
S' missed the group with prayer. The
S, next meeting will be held at the
*. }'/ ; S ', i1 home of Yvonne Richter.
Highland View PTA Thanks
., Public for Cooperation
\ The Highland View PTA wishes
to express their appreciation to ev-
eryone" that helped to make the
fishl fy the great success that it
COSTIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE was. At the end of the supper and
political speaking, a cake was sold
Port St. Joe, Florida at auction for the PTA by David
Carl Gaskin, bringing $83.10. Hozie


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Table Lamps -------------$3.95 Up
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handle a complete line of children's wear from infant's size to Sub-deb sizes. We will carry
a complete line of girl's clothing through these sizes and boys' through size 6X. All by na-
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TODDLE TYKES INFANT'S CLOTHING

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Hermann Ptetat, fail syaspent the day aturdLr in
Mr. and Mris J, R. Balne &id Chipley on business,
children of Panama City are mak- Mr. and Mrs, John H. Story and
ing their home on Bay View Drive family spent Sunday in Blounts-
at the present time. town visiting J. T. Story.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Swords and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Pitts and
family and friends from Dothan family of Panama City visited Mr.
and Ashford, Ala., spent Sunday and Mrs. Bob Raffield Sunday.
with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pridgen, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand
Mrs. Kate Swords and Mrs. Bobbie spent the week end in Meigs, Ga.
Davis and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster visited
Mrs. Patsy Herring spent *he Mrs. Ether Sellers of New Hope,
week end In Jacksonville with her this week end.
husband Devone Herring and rel- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orrell and


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A Beautiful Carat
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DIAM O DS

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WE HAVE A LIMITED SUPPLY


Wedding Bads


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Regularly priced from $10.00 up


EARRINGS and

Necklaces
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SO EARLSROSARIES SAFEW BILLFOLDS Ieico
OPAL EARRINGS Cigarette Lighters BILLFOLDS BRACELETS
Br -- REGULAR $1.00 FOR ONLY
and NECKLACES 4 *A 0 ACE For Boys and Girls
2 OFF 1-3 UOff NOW 67c $1.00 1- 3 OffUH 3 OFF
Pi d ALL StaBring that old Electric Razor in. We will
Pierced ALL give you
.Ear Pe Knives $5.00 TRADE-IN
P o tt ry Made of Sheffield Steel Allowance on a new
GOING FOR Regular $4.95 SUNBEAM ELECTRIC RAZOR
GOING FOR Regular $4.95
1 1-2 $3 25 $7.50 TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
1-2 Price Now On A New
"2"_ =P ricewSCHICK or REMINGTON SHAVER
1847 Rogers Bros. 55-pc. FOR THE PROM TIE CLASP
SCATTER PINS SILVER SET RI N G S Rhinestone Necklace and TIE CLASP SP 0 RTS
Reg. $1.00 Each Reg. stock price $100.90 12 OFF EARRING SETS and
SOME, 2 FOR $1.00 NOW 549.95 A Emblem Rings, Initial Rings, Were $5.95 CUFF LINKS CHAINS
Some Reg. $1.00 OW e a"ernay Birthstone, Eastern Star, Genu- NOW $3 95
NOW 65c "First Love" and "Eternally ine Stone Rings, Rings for Baby N t $" OFF OFF
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BRING THAT OLD WATCH IN


For a TRADE IN ALLOWANCE. We will take any jewelled
watch Regardless of age or condition.
The ideal gift for graduation or any other occasion


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school rented at the rate of five New Presbyterian Church Is Formed
For 60 New Members per year payable in advance at theeacon Hill Area Monday Night
beginning of the iEl-47 school n Beacon Area Monday Niht
term. The recruiting campaign
Sixty new students for the new schedule is as follows:
Hih oo an i e objeive 7 Band The Commission of Florida Much of the success of this
Iigh Sclhool Band i. ilie objec:iveiMonday, May 7 Band director Presbytery convened Monday night
of the recruiting campaign which meets with high school studen sat the Beacon Hill Church to or'
will begin on Monday, 7th of May during "Activities Period." at the a Pre terian Church in Rasmussen and Timothy Elder of
1956. Tuesday, May 8 Band Concert that area. With a spirit of enthus- Port S. Joe.
All boys and girls in grades sev- in the Port St. Joe Elementary iasm and confidence, 21 beach resi-
en thlirough nine are .-- .... to School auditorium beginning at dents became charter members of Seniors Return
join the new band classes. There 1:30 p.m. Parents are invited to this new church. The charter will eturn
are a number of school owned attend this program. The band di- remain open through July 1. It- is
musical ins-truments now available rector will' be available for cons-uI- expected that there will be over Fr1 New OrleanS
to students who will contact the station at the end of the program. 40 charter members in this church.
high school band directors as soon Wednesday, May '9 The band Rev. D. A. Swicord of the Gulf Some 37 members of the Senior
director will meet with parents of Beach Presbyterian Church was Class of .the Port St. Joe High
ELECTRIC IRONS interested students in the elemen- moderator, while Rev. William T. School arrived home Thursday


tary school auditorium at 2i30 p.m.
I Thursday, May 10 Instrument
display in the high school band
room at 8:00 p.m. A representative
,of a reliable music company will
be present and will discuss musical-
instruments, purchase plans, etc.
' Class instruction for new stud-


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Wing brought the' message. V. G.
Philips, elder from Tallahassee gave
the charge to the congregation,
while Rev. Wm. T. Iverson assis-
ted by Elder J. W. Gibson adminis-
tered the baptism.


Two Elders were elected to take
the leadership, C. L. Gibson and
Carl Guilford. Rev. Win. T. Iver-
son was called to continue as act-
ing pastor.
Plans are being made for a build-
ing at another location from the
present church house. Sunday
School is each Sunday morning at
11:00 with church following.

enbs will begin on August 1. 1956,
at 8:30 a.m. All new 'band students I
are requested to attend this meet-
ing, in order to receive necessary'
instructions for class schedules.


sponsoring plays and dances and
giving hayrides for a small fee.
The group worked hard all through
their high school years to complete
arrangements to mak this trip.
They received compliments from
the management of the hotel and
from the restaurant on their won-
derful behaviour and as an appre-
cilation of this, the manager of Ci-
cero's gave 'them souvenirs.
Mrs. Wayne Biggs is the sponsor
of the class.

Vacancies Now Open
For Army Enlistees
A limi-ted number of vacancies


night at midnight aboard a Grey- avre now open for quanlea young
hound bus from New Orleans,. men without previous service to
where -they spent four days tour- enlist in the Regular Army for di-
,g the city. rect assignment with the 10th Di-
ing the city. ision in Europe, according 40o in-
While in New Orleans, they were formation just received by M-Sgt.
guests at, the Hotel De Soto and A. C. Blalock, of the U. S. Army
ate at Cicero's Restaurant on Jet- Recruiting Service.
ferson Street. They enjoyed our- "Young men interested in volun-
ing all points of interest, parks and tearing for this special assignment
museums.. They were guests at a 'for duty in Europe must do so not
Recreation Center that operated later than May 12," Sgt. Blalock
24 hours a day. They were special points out, "since only a limited
guests ofi a radio show given by number of young men can be ac-
Pinky and Jack ,the Cat. Everyone cepted on a first come, first accept-
enjoyed the 'rip and it is one that' ed 'basis for .this assignment.
will be well remembered by every- Volunteers for this duty in Eu-
one including the chaperones, Mrs. rope will be sent to Fort Jackson,
Chauncey Costin, Mrs. W." D. Sykes South Carolina for approximately


and David Nicholson.
The trip was made possible b:
various p1ojiects of the senior
such as washing cars. bake sales


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PAINT BRUSH
CHILD'S SHORTS PARING KNIFE
Plisse Boxer Stainless Steel 1 /2" Size, 14c ea.
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Sizes 2.to 6 Big Value White and Colors
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WHITE DISHES Plastic Gray Enamelware Cotton Clip
CUP CHILI BOWL Drapes 77c pr: MIXING BOWL TRIANGLES
SAUCER FRUIT Scarfs 17c ea. PUDDING PAN REVERSIBLE
Suit Cover 9c ea.-
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J_ PLASTIC WALLETS MOTH BALLS GLASSWARE
S/ Ladies and Men's 1 Pound Box IVORY MUG
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37c ea. 27c 9c ea. pc.

GLASSWARE GRAY ENAMELWARE METAL WASTE

HANDLED RELISH Utility Pan BASKET
BOWL CRYSTAL Dish Pan Floral Design

9c ea. 38c ea. 27c ea.

White Enamelware 18" SILK SQUARES GLASSWARE TRAINING PANTY
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FLORIDA


Star Classified Ads Bring Quick Results


SILAS R.

'Mickey' STONE

CANDIDATE FOR

Representative
GULF COUNTY


The Peoples' Candidate


Not My Will ...
But Thine Be Done


LAWYER, BUSINESSMAN, CIVIC LEADER


HE PLFDGES TO:


1. Properly represent the people of Gulf County ac-
cording to their wishes, and not the interests of Dade, Du-
val, or any other large county.


three days processing after which 2. Fight for continued segregation in our public schools.
they will go to Fort Ord, California
y for basic training. Upon completion
of Basic training at Fort Ord, they 3.. Sponsor an amendment to the Constitution providing
' will thne go to Europe and be as- for the election of a Secretary of Labor, who shall be a full
I signed to duty with the 10th Divi- member of the State Cabinet.
sion.
Further information about this 4. Support a "dam for the Dead Lakes".
special assignment and travel op-
portunity may be obtained by con-
tacting the U. S. Army Recruiter, Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
Sgt. Blalock, at the Post Office
Buildin here in Port 'Sit. Joe each
ThThe Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
This it on.your printing is a sign of qualty.


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.. CO LLINS


The Record


Tells The StoryF

The record shows that Governor LeRoy Collins has been one of t+k}
most outstanding and -sincerely human Governors in Florida's history.,/

"One of Most Effective U. S. Governors"
Since he has been in office he has been the symbol of good goverfi'
ment. In less than 16 months, he has established a standard of leadership
that caused one of the nation's great magazines to call him "Onie of the
"t interesting and effective Governors in the U. S. today."
What he has done for Florida as a State is nationally known. But the
record further proves, Governor LeRoy -COLLINS has not only kept
Florida climbing as a State but has also helped solve the problems of cities,
counties and the smallest communities. Here's the record for GULF County
- and the records of other counties will be found in the newspapers of each.


ROADS:
Under Construction $314,351
Completed ---------------$380,457
In Budget $394.000
BUILDING 'APPROPRIATIONS:
Board of Parks and Historical Me-
morials (additions to Constitution
Monumerit Park) $15,000
SCHOOL ALLOTMENTS:
Minimum Foundation Prog. $321,716
Textbooks $6,179
Capital Outlay Amendment __ $41,410


DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION:
Surplus Property delivered to
county _-.........-


DEPARTMENT of PUBLIC HEALTH:
Hospital: Gulf County Health Center,
Port St. Joe, in planing stage. Total
cost $50,000
Wewahitchka, in planning stage,
Cost $40,000
Industrial Services Division reports
new plant.
$26,839 contributed by State for mos-
quito and sandfly control.
Mass x-ray survey is scheduled for '56.
909 doses of Salk vaccine received in
county.
State funds for County Health De-
partment increased.


$6,075


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Phone 7-9171


410 Reid Ave.


CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom ap&ttmwit.
Dowistairs, 223 7th St.. 0ol]
7-0$81, tfo-426
MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkina
dealer. See or write W. L. Bur-
kett, dealer. Box 482. Port St. Joe.
SELL OR LEASE: Old Breeze
building in Wewahitchka. Easy
terms. Repair to suit tenant. C. F.
Hanlon, Phone NE 7-2361. Wewa-
hitchka. tfc4-19
WANTED: Lawns to mow. Call
Kenneth Hurlbut. 7-9056 or 7-4271.
PIANO TUNING and repairs. Call
7-4691. Charles A. Scurlock, 509
10th Street. tfec-4-19
FOR SALE: Lots, 50' X 150' Located
five miles South of Port St. Joe.
Just off U. S. 98 on the Jonesville
subaivision. First five lots $200
each. Terms offered. See Roy E. Cox
on the homestead or write Box 471
Port St. Joe for full information.6t
WANTED: Person with bookkeep-
ing and :typing experience. In-
quire at Wimberly Pontiac Com-
pany. Phone 7-3411. itc
FOR SALE: 49 DeSoto custom de
luxe, 5-passenger coupe. One own-
er car. First $195 takes it. First
class condition. Good tires. Contact
J. E. Bobbitt, 7-7711. Can be seen
beside Star office. ltp
FOR SALE: Frigidaire imperial
double oven range. Call BAll
7-3381 or BAll 7-9101. J. Lamar Mil-
ler, 110 Hunter Circle. Itc
FOR SALE: 4-wheel trailer. $35.00.
Good tires. See A. W. Murphy.
Oak Grove. 1tp
HELP WANTED: We are accept-
ing application for a part time
representative to do credit report-
ing in Port iSt. Joe and vicinity on
a fee basis. Retired or semi-retired
persons also considered. Car essen-
tial. Reply by mail, stating age,
background, business or employ-
ment record and present activities.
Reporting manager, Dunn and Brad-
street, Inc., P. 0. Box 2206 West
Bay Station, Jacksonville, Florida.


uM# AJAN4
frame $W.00
MELODY MUSIC MAfVP
1i? HaItiOan Ave.
Panama City, pIopIdae
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
MELODY MUSIC MART
137 HarPHeon Ave. Phone SU 64711
Panama City, Florida
Sa CIAL SERVICES
FOR PAST, EPPFICIENT plumbing
Service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
paired, also.


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35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS


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91 TOM P01049QN
OA l estate &A InuranOit
fAta W-741 411 Reid Avb,
POR RENT: Furnished house.
KENNEDY'S IL.ECTRIC and REt-
FRIGEtRAtION iEftVICE. Ll.
ensed eleoth cal o0ittactor. All
kinds electric atid refrigeration
service and ltstalitilon. Phone
.-032. tte
P YOU Akr INTRiSTED in a&a,
lag money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP ind
SWAP SHOP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN P0St 110,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
RfO n m A yralnQa T.aLin HT-T I


*40h mn~ A.'40 p.fn, aMbar
irgad to attend; visiting ~ rthera
welo iae. J. B, Qrifflth. W. M., F,
W, ChOndler, aporetary.
April W7, Work in entered appren-

LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moo5
Hall, 310 Fourth St.
Meeting night ev.
ery other Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited. G. F. Lawrence,


OU .mtu., AlUtlOt .MJAmerican i U iuome. I PERSONAL
WESTERN AUTO N. G. C. W. Long, V. G. Alcoholism, recognized by the
Reel Parts and Repairs R. A. M.-Regular convocation of American Medical Association as a
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56 R. A. ,disease, is no respector of persons,
sRADE US that useless article for M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit nor is it essentially a moral ques-
something useful. STOP and M 2nd ad 4th A vt tion. A group of the now worMld-wide
iWAP. Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge, fellowship of Alcoholics Anony-
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and secretary. mnous is being formed in Port St.
OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired. MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.- THERE WILL BE a regular com-
Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View. Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
Phone 7-2681. tfc meetings 2nd and 4th Fridays of No. 111, F&AM Friday, May 11,


8:00 p.m. All Master Masons cor-
dially invited.
S J. B. GRIiFITH, W. M.
S F. W. CHAiNDLER, Sec.

G. S. 'Jack' Croxton
Candidate For
County Commissioner
DISTRICT 3
'f 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.)
GULF COUNTY, FLOfIDA.
In Chanoery.
IVY HENDERSON
Plaintiff,
'JERUTHA 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 Hen-
derson is required to serve upon Hon. Silas
R. Stone, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 321 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida,


EtMrO J. Mea^hdJ

Eib'Tl .t Mirftshali. 6 8iwas tak-
en by death t hisb reidenas at
Two-Mil near Apalah icola Siuiday
at 2 p.m. 6Ie *a a (r>nvrcli
fisheramn4l
He la survived by his Wife Lillie,
three fotIs, Max of Highland VIeW,
i4dgat, East Point, Monioe, Two
Mile; five daughter, Mrs. Pastell
Gavins, Highland View, Mrs. Ed-
na Larrimote, Highland View, Mrs.
Zadha Clark, Indian Pass, Mis;, Bet-
ty Jean and Ernestine of Two-.
Mile; one brother, Willie of Louis-
ianna and 11 grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held on
Monday, April 30 at 2:30 p.m. at
Pleasant Rest Cemetery near Over-
street with Rev. A. McKithen of-
ficiating.

Industrial Art Show
-The Port St. Joe High School
Industrial Arts Shop will present
a display of student projects, May
3 through 8 a' the following pla-
ces, Fowhand Furniture Company,
Danley Furniture Company and St,
Joe Furniture and Appliance Co.
'The public is cordially invited to
come in and see these projects.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends here in Port St. Joe for
their many deeds and words of
kindness shown to us during the
recent death of our father.
May God bless you all.
Family of Elbert J. Marshall


a copy of and file with the Clerk of said
Court, the original of an answer to the MlM
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.


Who Shall Be Mother Of The Year?

She Will Be Honored With A $25.00 Gift Certificate From



JOAN'S GIFTS


COME TO OUR SHOP AND CAST YOUR VOTES FOR GULF COUNTY'S
MOST OUTSTANDING MOTHER. THE MAJORITY WINS. SHE WILL BE
ABLE TO CHOOSE FROM ANYTHING IN OUR STOCK, NOW OR IN THE
FUTURE.
COSTUME JEWELRY FOR SPRING AND SUMMER
EARRING and NECKLACE SETS----------- from $1.98
ALSO GIFT CERTIFICATES FROM GULF SANDS RESTAURANT


JOAN'S GIFTS


ST. JOE BEACH


GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS


FLORIDA

FORWARD


WITH




!rmathber

Senator George Smathers has served
Florida well. He has watched
the interests of ALL of FLORIDA.
His record merits your support and vote.


George SMATHERS

As Your UNITED STATES SENATOR


Near Senator Smathers On
Television and Radio

Wovkh your favorite daily newspaper for the Senator Smothers
advertemekt wanou cing the times and stations on which he
wM appear e Friday, e ay 4. ,


9Offiiin A*. poid far by SWe neampign aTres'rOr)


Tom Milam


FOR

State Senator
HIS PLATFORM INCLUDES-
1. More adequate support for old people homes
for the aged.
2. Adequate financial support for each pupil in, the
schools of Florida.
3. Obtain a greater share of state advertising .fund
for our Gulf Beaches and for securing new industries
for our area..
4. Safety on our highways adequate vehicle inspec-
tion laws.
5. More government by elected officials and less by
appointed bureaucrats, bureaus, boards, and commissions.
6. Increased effort to finance our state road construc-
tion program and secure a greater share of roads for
Northwest Florida.
7. Encourage livestock farming by advocating a state
veterinarian in each county and providing free serum or
vaccine when needed.
TOM MILAM WILL -REPRESENT THE
PEOPLE. TELL YOUR FRIENDS TO
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
TOM MILAM FOR STATE SENATOR
(Paid Political Ad)



To Whom It May Concern:-
We wish to make public that we resent any state-
ments made by one of Mr. Costin's opponents in the
Representative race about the settlement we received
in the matter of the recent deaths in our families. We
settled this case with the Insurance Adjuster, and the
Insurance Adjuster said it didn't matter which lawyer
drew up the settlement papers. It didn't matter to us,
so the Adjuster got Mr. Costin to draw the settle-
ment papers. We knew that Mr. Costin was preparing
the papers for the insurance company, and he was
very kind to us and told us that we didn't have to
sign any papers until our checks for the settlement
came.

We hope that any person or persons who have
been making false statements in this case will leave
us alone, and will not say anything further against
Mr. Costin because he certainly treated us nice.

RUBY MELVIN
NONIE MELVIN

Sworn to and subscribed before me on this 1st
day of May, 1956.

George Y. Core
Clerk Circuit Court
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(!-',aicl Advertiserment)


Former C of C Prexy and Dedication

Committee Chairman Clarifies Letter

As President of the Chamber of Commerce of Port St.
Joe at the time of the Dedication Ceremonies of the St. Joe
Museum, I would like to clarify a matter which has caused
considerable discussion in the Representative Race. The
Chamber of Commerce was sponsoring the Dedication with
the City of Port St. Joe bearing the cost.
A large number of citizens of Port St. Joe met at the City
Hall with the Mayor of Port St. Joe and members of the
Dedication Committee and requested Representative Costin
to write Dr. Gore, President of Florida A & M University
requesting the Florida A & M Band to participate in the par-
ade and play for the dance for the evening, and also to invite
Dr. Gore to attend the ceremonies. A colored committee
was designated to meet Dr. Gore and a fish fry was planned
for the colored people in their quarters. The only reason
the Florida A & M Band was not used in the parade and for
the dance was because the City had limited funds to pay
for the transportation and cost for the services of this Irand,
and it was necessary to engage a band which cost much less.
Dr. Gore did not attend these ceremonies. Representa-
tive Costin was not the master of ceremonies at this Dedica-
tion program, and the only guests which he introduced were
members of the State Legislature.
EARL D. ATCHISON
Past President Chamber of Commerce
Port St. Joe, Florida.


The Committee for the dedication ceremonies held' in
Port St. Joe last fall is very much concerned over the fact
that one of the candidates for representative from Gulf County
is trying to make an issue of the invitation extended to the
Florida A & M Band and to the President of Florida A & M
College to take part in this dedication.
This Committee wishes to state that Representative Cecil
Costin, Jr., and Ben C. Williams attended these discussions
along with many other citizens. It was agreed to invite Dr.
Gore, President of A & M College and the Florida A & M
Band to participate in these ceremonies.
A Committee headed by Damon Peters and Emile Twine
worked with the Dedication Committee in an attempt to
secure Dr. Gore and the Band to attend and participate. Due
to lack of funds in the budget, this Committee was unable to
secure their participation.
L. S. BISSETT
General Chairman Dedication Commit-
tee, Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce
(Paid Advertisement)




Gulf County Democratic


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

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.


A Vote for Tom Milam
is a vote for

A Dam & A Road Across

The Dead Lakes
VOTE FOR PROGRESS


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