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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: May 17, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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I PORT ST.Jolt
A Pmvovea4
Community with a
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VOLUME XIX 3.00 Per Year ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 17, 195 Single Copy 8 NUMBER 38


Commission Ups




City Water Rates



Move Made Mandatory By Rising

Costs of City Water Service

The City Commission was fore- about by the necessity of paying
ed to raise the water rate in the off bonds floated for the construc-
City of Port St. Joe at a special tion of the new water treating
meeting called for Wednesday atf- plant.


ternoon at 3:00 p.m.
The raise in rates was brought


Last Rites Are Held

For C. M. Parker Infant

Charles McGowin Parker, Jr., in-
'ant son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Parker of Mexico Beach was taken
Dy death Friday, May 11 at the
Municipal Hospital. The infant was
!our days old.
Funeral services were conducted
it the First Methodist Church with
;he Rev. Fred Davis, pastor, offi-
,iating Saturday afternoon at 3:00
).m. Interment was in Holly Hill
cemetery.
Young Parker is survived by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Parker; two sisters Cathey and
Sue, all of Mexico Beach; maternal
-randinother, Mrs. E'stell Kathy
ind paternal grandparents, Mr. and
VIrs. G. U. Parker of Blountstown.
Comforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.

Little League Schedule

listed For Season


17, Kiwanis, % Fo,rd.-Pojti-i
18, Rotary,. *]raif[ies
21, .*KI La Ltes, F.P rd-'ntM.
22, Kiwanis, *Rotary
24, Krafties, *Kiwanis
25, Rotary, *Ford-Pontiac
28, *IKiwanis, FordrPontiac
29, Kraftieg, *Rotary


With the present rate of revenue
it was ascertained through a study
by the Commission that at the
end of the year the water depart-
ment would be $15,000.00 in the
red. This deficit, of course, was
brought about by the fac' that the
payments on the new water system
begin next month. Payments on
the new system are approximately
twice what payments on the old
original bond issue were. Under
the old system, the water depart-
ment was just breaking even, and
now with added expense it cannot
continue to operate on the present
water 'rate.
The minimum rate for water
charges was stepped up from $1.50
to $2.00 and the minimum amount
of gallons was stepped up from
3,750 to 4,000. Each breaking point-
ing point In the water charge
chart was stepped up 5c on the
thousand gallons. The lowest rate
under the old, schedule was 15c per
thousand gallons and is now, under
the new rate, 25e per thousand
gallons. This is the only diviation
from the 5c raise per thousand
gallons.
The low rate of 15c per thousand
was done away with because it
now cos'ws the. City 15c per thou-
sand to treat and distribute water.
The new charges will become efV
f t i vr o % 1 .. '' 'e
\The sewer charge will remain the
same.

State Forest Service
Hires I A L Officer


*Kiwanis, Rotary
*Krafties, Kiwanis The Florida Forest Service has
*Rotary, Ford-Pontiac recently employed Jack Albert
Kiwanis, *Ford-Pontiac 'Brodhage as Information and Edu-
*Krafties, Rotary national Forester to replace Harry
, *Krafties, Ford-Pontiac W. Allen, who resigned from the


June 12, Kiwanis, *Rotary 'service to accept a position with
June 14, Krafties, *Kiwanis !a private industry.
June 15 Rotary, *Ford-Pontiac Mr. Brodhage has been assigned
June 18, *Kiwanis, Ford-Pontiac to the District comprising the ten
June -19, Krafties, *Rotary
June 219, Krafties, *Ford-Pontiac counties west of the Appalachicola
June 21, Kraftles, *Ford-Pontiac River.
June 22, *Kiwani&, Rotary.
June 25, *Krafties, Kiwanis. i Mr. Brodhage comes from House
June 26, *Rotary Ford-Pontiac Springs, Missouri and Was gradu-
June 28, Kiwanis, *Ford.Pontiac ated from the .University of Mis-
June 29, *Krafties, Rotary souri with a B !S degree in Fores-
July 2, *Krafties, FordPontiac try; He served as a member of the
July 3, Kiwanis, *Rotary i5th Regimental Combat Team dur-
July 5, Krafties, *Kiwanis ing the Korean conflict and was
July 6 Rotary, *Ford-Pontiac awarded the Commendation Rib-
July 9, *Kiwanis, Ford-Pontiac. 'bon for Meritterious Service. Af-
July 10Krafties, *Rotary ter completion of the military ser-
July 12, Krafties, *Ford-Pontiac ice Mr. Brodhage acquired one
July 13, *Kiwanis, Rotary. year of graduate credit from the
(*) denotes home team. University of Missouri. Before en-
All games will start at 6:00 p.m. terin the service of the Florida
Play off will be held July 16, 17, Forestry iSerdvice he was employed
29 and 20. First place team plays by private industry in St. Louis,
Missouri.
third place team. Second placei
team plays fourth place team. Two August 1-11.
winners and two losers play. Dixie Tournament, August 13, 18.
District Tournament, July 23, 31. State or Sectional Tournament,


Annual Boy Scout

Circus Scheduled


For Friday Night

6Scout Circus Director and Scout
Master John T. Simpson, stated
yesterday that final steps have
been taken in preparing to stage
the annual Boy 'Scout Circus at


Cty I Attem To Sign





"ew Franchise With F.P.C.


Centennial Field tomorrow night

Eighteenacts have been prepar-Saints Lose Season Opener To Apalach
ed for the Win Here Sunday ver Wewaitchka
all types of circus entertainment. Wi Here Sunday Over W ewahitchka
A fireworks display will be a fea-
ture of the evening along with a Wednesday, May 9 the Gulf Coast worth pitched a very good gameth
large display of wild, ferocious ani- League got under way. Port St. Joe enabled his team to send the Saints
mals, not usually found in Port traveled over to the Oyster City home on the short end of a 9-6
St. Joe. of Apalachicola to play the open- score. Port St. Joe played well be-
A huge downtown parade will ing game under the light- Bloods- hind the able pitching of manager
herald the circus spirit into the Bascom Hamm, but couldn't ma's-
city at 5:00 p.m. tomorrow when ter the proper hits at the right
the High School band and members Kwanis Tacktime
of the circus troupe will put on a L Apalachicola playing at home,
big parade down Reid Avenue. ProteCt For Th 1 iu theboost of thei rsupporters
I The parade will show a portion roect For The th e stands made the rip back
of the many wild animals and skil- F tball to on the st. Joe, for the rplocal team,
led acts that have been brought to root allFl a long ride home. '
Port St. Joe especially for this oc- ____ WIN OVER WEWA, 10-9
casion. .The Kiwanis Club of Port St. ISunday afternoon at the local
'Committee chairmen have all
phases of thtee chaircus program lined ll Joe have taken it upon themselves baseball park, the Port St. Joe
phases of the circus prto sponsor the expansion of the fa- Saints broke into the winning side
out and ready for presentation. cilities of the ft. field at Port of the ledger by defeating a very
All proceeds will be used by the St. Joe High School. ,good team from Wewahitchka 10-9.
local troop in scouting activities. The game went something like this:
For an evening of good entertain- Extended plans of the Kiwanians The game went something like this:
men.t, and a needed boost for the call for the construction of more Wewahitchka opened the game
youth of the community don't miss bleachers around the field, a pub- with three runs in the top half of
the Boy Scout Circus tomorrow lic rest room, team dressing rooms the first inning. The Saints scored
night at 8:00 p.m. and a fence around the field. two in the bottom half. Wewa-
nght a John Robert Smith, president of hitchka failed to score in the second
the club, told The Star this week inning, but the Saints put two
Commission Talks that plan are to havethe bleach- runsacross to take the lead4-3.
ers. fence and public ros rooms The Gators came back in the third
O ,'I" Alco l completed by September and the inning with two more runs and
OU S selling Al0CORh beginning of the 19.56 football sea- took a one-run lad over the Saints.
I *son. Smith said that additions to In th fourth inning Wewahitchka
DrlnkS TO MinorS bleaeahers are about onethird scored two more runs and the
D completed at the time and that Saints put one across.
At its monthly meeting held by the beginning of the season, In the top hal of the eighth in-
on May 9th, the Board of County there will be twice as many bleach- .ning the Gators stretched their
Commissioners discussed at some er seats as were available last lead some more and had ant9-5 lead
length the niatter of selling alcohol year on the loc bat in the bottom half of the
to minors. The Kiwa.iiaii are seeking do- hto h ,an, ,t .h bot rtnm .lnfof.
upat fidwt three runs across


The discussion was the result
of an appearance made before the
Board a month ago by the Rev.
Mr. Bill Iverson of Port St. Joe,
Presbyterian minister, who at that
time claimed liquor wos being sold
to youngsters in this county and
requested the Board to use its in-
fluence in correcting the situation.
At that earlier meeting, the
Board promised to look closer in-
to the matter and to write a letter
to the State Beverage Department
requesting that the department
send a representative to Gulf
County to meet with the Board and
other interested and concerned in-
dividuals in an effort to determine
what joint action could be taken.
On hand for last Tuesday's
meeting from the SBD was M. A.
Saunders, District Supervisor of
the SBD. Beverage dealers on hand
at the Board's request were Jack
Prince, R. R. Kingry, and Ross
T. Brown.
Iverson repeated the claims he
made at the earlier meeting, cit-
ing several cases in which high
school children were allowed to
buy alcohol, becoming intoxicated
as a consequence. Iverson stated
further that he knew of six in-
cidents wherein minors were hos-
pitalized as a *result of fights
begun in and around of one of
Gulf County's night spots.
Lengthy discussion followed out
of which no immediate action was


nations of material and money to
construct the rest' rooms. Accord-
ing to Smith, they will need around
500 cement blocks, som plumbing
fixtures, two doors and three win-
dows. In addition to the materials
Smith said that about' $600.00 in


right quick and brought the Saints
up to within one score of a tie.
The Gators, Jim McDaniell loaded
the bases. Saint left-fielder Harry
Dowden came to the plate and
rapped out a sharp single driving
in thp, tAIn and winning runs.


cash will be needed. He said that J. McDaniell pitched with R. Ga-.
anyone can donate and that all in behind he plate for Wewa
citizens are urged to get in touch hitchka. Scott and Hamm pitched
with any Kiwanis member if they with Hudson behind the plate for
can help out in this project. Joe.
4 bSt. Joe .
PLAY HERE TONIGHT
June Esquire Sings The Saints will play Wewahit-
lDr jkf ElA.ILo| in chka here tonight at 8 p.m. The
r~u~~ rn ~urud


ruia s o i o iioruU

Declaring that there is nothing
on earth quite like the Sunshine
IState from the standpoint of devel-
opment or a place to vacation, the
June issue of Esquire magazine
says the magic extravagent adjec-
tives used in describing it.
With an entire section of eigh-
teen pages, headed by a travel art-
ical by writer Richard Joseph, Es-
quire goes into the subjects of va-
(Continued On Page 8)


requested or taken except that
Saunders announced a hearing on
this matter will be held before
the State Beverage Commission in
Panama City in the near future;
and the Rev. Mr. Bill Iverson
requested the Board to take steps
close the Mexico Beach Drive
Inn patio.


House and Senate Race Gains Interest


With the governor's race. re-
duced to a shambles and LeRoy
Collins returned to the hallowed
walls of the state mansion, po-.
litical interest in the county set-
tled around two interesting, to say
nothing of provoking, races -the
race for the House of Represen-
tatives (the incumbent Cecil Costin
and Silas R. Stone, attorney, slug-
going it out in the finals) and the
race for Senator in the heavy-
weight division (Joe Mathis of
Bay County and Marion B. Knight
of Calhoun being the finalists).
In the county race Costin polled
a healthy 1294 votes to 922 for
Stone. Williams, third aspirant,
was eliminated when his suppor-
ters could get him only 802 votes.
The big .question here is which

t ,)-. -. Du~lk of Williams' votes,


assuming, of course, another
turnout of better than 85 percent
of the county vote, as was the
case Tuesday, May 8.
The same question is, naturally,
being applied to the Senate race
in the 25th Senatorial District.
Who will get Hansford's,. Mi-
lam's, and Albritton's votes? Ma-
this or Knight? Speculation here
in Gulf is that Bart will continue
strong in the three smaller coum-
ties, while Mathis will probably be
able to count on a more united
front in Bay County. If Bay gets
out the vote and votes for the
Bay County man, it could swing
the election for the Bay Candi-
date, Mathis.
Bart's selling point is "don't
interrupt the chain of rotation,"
o rtil'n'34 s a-or -th Pet intt ^
motion 64 years ago when the fou.


counties affected were all about up a surprising strong first, the
the same size. Bay has since grwn incumbent, Parker G. Hart, fight-
to better than 50,000, outnumber- ing it out with Peter G. Strange
to stay in the running. Parker
ing the combined population of earned a shot at Croxton when
Gulf, Calhoun, and Washington he tallied an official 866 votes to
counties. "-Pete Strange's 823.
Of course, of much local interest Those who visit the polls on
are the runoffs. for two commis- May 29th will find other "offices"
sioners' chairs. In District One for which they may cast a vote.
W. C. Roche, St. Joe Furniture & These "offices" are Democratic
Appliance Store owner, will op- National Committeeman, Demo-
pose A. J. Strickland, an employee cratic National Committeewoman,
at the St. Joe Paper Company. Delegates at Large for Stevenson
Strickland made a surprising run, and for Kefauver, and District
according to observers, e d g ing Delegates for Stevenson and Ke-
out Clyde Brogdon, popular tour fauver.
foreman at the mill and a pre- A sample of the ballot will be
.race favorite to' be in the run-off run in the Breeze at a later date.
with Roche. Brogdon got 689 and Elsewhere on this page are the
Strickland got 692 votes. Roche, official returns, set up and run
top man,- got 1163. last week in the St. Joe STAR,
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fo. thiae .bo., U. S. C.-ox-on nde,. a-.- e.e.


Move Will Mean A

Per Year For'

The City Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe took steps
at their regular meeting Tuesday
night to make the City about $8,000c
a year richer. The plan will ulti-


Annual Pre-School


Roundup Planned

For This Friday

H. E. Richards, principal of the
Elementary School, has announced
that the annual Pre-school Roundup
will be held at the Elementary
School on Friday morning, May
18, from 9 to 12 o'clock. Registra-
tion will take place in rooms num-
ber 1, 2, 3 and 5 in the Primary
Building.
It is at this time that all children
who will enter school in Septem-
ber need to register. Any child
who will be six years old by Jan-
tary 1, L957, should register.
This, registration is necessary to
approximate the number of children
enrolling for next. year and to ac-
quaint the' child with the physical
plant of the school.
iBirth certificates or records
should be brought at this time.
No first year students .will come
to school this Friday, but all other
classes will progress as scheduled.,
Dr. \V.'-'tiinigi.:'n, the County
Health doctor, will be present to
give a brief examination and to
obtain a health record for each
child.
The morning bus schedule will
be followed. Buses will return the
Pre-schoolers to Kenney's Mill,
White City and Beacon Hill at
noon.
Parents are asked to accompany
their child, if possible.
The school is asking the coopera-
tion of each parent in seeing that
as many children as possible are


Gators will be out to revenge their registered this ,Friday. Keeping
defeat of last ;Sunday afternoon. Your child from registering will
A large crowd will be appreciated not assure his being placed in a
by your local team tonight. If you certain room next year, and will
can attend this game-be there. *only lend to the complication of
iSunday afternoon more people registration for both the children
from Wewa'hitchka attended the and the faculty.
game than local people. The Saints Please help your school to serve
are doing their best and deserve you better!
support by all who can attend. -.
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About 18 per cent of U. S. pas- Russia in 1867. It was called, a
senger cars are pre- World War II district until Aug. 24, 1912, when
models. it became a territory.


EYES SKYWARD


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Split seconds count in the defense of our homeland. To defend an
irea of more than 3,000,000 square miles from long-range bombers is
3 gig:niic undertaking, but scattered all over the Nation are alert
:il.tiirc,'rft units ready to swing into action. United States Army
.i iircra ft artillerymen are respected members of communities, and
:.- been adopted into the society of tlhe cities they protect. Citizens
Sknw th-k t if hostile planes should come, these are the soldiers
i ,ir d iatar and guns that represent the inr,r line of defense of


,bout $8,000.00

The City Tills

mately need the approval of the
voters: of the City.
The plan calls fortheb renewal
of a franchise with the Florida Pow-
er Corporation four years before its
present franchise has transpired.
The Florida Power Corporation
has recently introduced a profit
sharing plan with the eitte's it
serves and the City can take ad
vantage of this profit-sharing for
five extra years if the franchise
is renewed at the present time.
The plan, as outlined by the
utility would pay the City. over
the period of a 30-year franchise.
2 percent of gross sales for the
first 10 years; three percent of
gross sales for the second ten-year
period and four percent for the
third& ten-year period. In addition
to the percentage rebate, the City
would receive a 32.3 percent reduc-
tion in its own electrical rate.
The Power Company first began
to figure with the City on this mat-
ter about two months ago and.,
were instructed to bring back fig-
ures to show the City where it
would stand under the plan. The
first figures brought before the
City showed that the City would
save $2,132.32 on its own use and
would receive $3,027.24 on a per- ;
centage rebate based on the first
six months of last year. The same
figures based on the second six
months of use, brought up the to-
bal that thete ',uy .'- ouid receive by,
$3,121,35 saved on its own use;
$3,522.83 as a percentage rebate.
and $1,465.25 saved at the Munici-
pal Hospital (not figured on the
first plan).
Power Company officials have
agreed to renew the franchise ear-
ly in order that the city may take
advantage of this return of cash.
The Commission must hear a read-
ing of the Intention to let the fran-
chise three times before it can be
put to vote. The resolution was
read twice at the meeting Tuesday
night and will be necessary to be
heard again at the next regular
meeting night, which will be the
first Tuesday in June.
After approval of the resolution
by the Commission, the matter
will be put up to vote. It Is expect-
ed to have the referendum next
month so that the program can
be retroactive to the first of June
if the measure passes.
The rebate to the city will mean
no increase in rates. The electric,
rates are set by the State Railroad
and Public Utilities Commission
and cannot be raised or lowered
by the Power Company.
The City Commission has already
passed on a use for the expected
extra income. A motion was intro-
duced and passed unanimously to
set aside 30% of the income, up to
$20,000 for youth playground and
recreation work and 70% up to $50,-
000 for hospital major improve-
ments and expansion.

Mrs. Edith Painter Is

Taken By Death Sat.

Graveside services were. held
Monday afternoon at 2 p.m. for
Mrs. Edith Painter, 82, of this city
who died in Pensacola Saturday
afternoon.
Mrs. Painter had been a resident
of Port St. Joe for the past 13
years, residing with her daughter?
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Frary on Garrison Avenue.
Interment was in Holly Hill
Cemetery in Port St. Joe.
Active palbearers were Wade
Barrier, Sr., Wade Barrier, Jr.,
John Beasley, J. R. Smith, Alfred
Joines and W. B. Richardson.
j Survivors include three daugh-
ters Mrs. Ted Frary of Por St.
SJoe; Mrs. Ferrin Rogers, Pensa-
cola; and MrL. ella Uceny, Long
Beach, Calif.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange:
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For your loyalty and ..rie:i support


AN INVITATION:

To those who voted for other candidates in the first
primary, I respectfully and humbly ask that you
join with me, and with your h'e and advice vic-
tory will be assured.

SCECIL IN, JR.



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FIRST SNOW P. M.


FRIDAY and SATURDAY


A I)Z ONYPROUCTIN A REPUBLIC PIC T UN.



SUNDAY, MONDAY


Play HOLLYWOOD

Every Tuesday Night


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Happyland Kindergraten Will Present -

Annual Program Monday, May 21 wscS Crd TW
Meets Monday P. M.
The Happyland Kindergarten un- Princesses, Barbara Buzzett, Mar-
der the direction of Mrs. Charles garet Fendley, Karen King, Carol Circle Two of .the Woman's So-
Brown and Mrs. Walter Johnson Ann Byrd, Dottie Sutton, and Dale city of Christian Service of the
will present their annual program Jackson. Couriers, Jim Godfrey, First Methodist Church met Mon-
"Rumplestilskin" Monday, May 21 George Kennington, Mike Martin, day in the home of Mrs. B. E.
at 8 p.m. in the High School Audi- and David Kiebler. Rawls with Mrs. John Beasley and
torium. The Song and Dance Revue will Mrs. W. D. Jones, co-hostesses.
The cast will be as follows: be put on by, Cassandra Fendley, Fifteen members and three vsi-
Narrator, Jim Fensom; King, Bill Hendrix, Brenda Paffe, Dennis .tors were present.
Knap Smith; Queen, Beth Creech; !Atchison, George Anchors, Brenda Mrs. George Pattonopened taken
Prince, Joe Hendrix; Christina, Wall, Holly Barr, Benny Dickens, meeting with a devotional taken
Becky Hendrix; Rumplestilekin, Debbie Lay, Donna Parker, Jan from "The Upper Room" with
Freddie Anderson; Prospective Fleming, Doda Gilbert, and Cather- scriptures taken from 1 Proverbs
8 followed with prayer.


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here your savings earn above-average dividends
, .. where your savings are always available when needed
... where investments received by the 10th of the
m.nnth narn dividends from the 1st


K THANKS


To the citizens of Gulf County for the
fine support and confidence you have
manifested in me through the years.


To my successful opponent, my heart-
iest congratulations.


Judge J. E. PRIDGEON









My Thanks





I wish to extend my sincere thanks, and
appreciation to you, my wonderful friends -
who supported me in my re-election tb your
Sheriffs' office. I shall always remember, and
be grateful to you.

And to you who did not vote for me I
hold no ill will.




BYRD E. PARKER


I Am Grateful


Deeply, Sincerely and Humbly..
I dedicate myself anew to the service of the
people of Florida. I want to serve you in the
fine manner you deserve.
The great and overwhelming victory we have
achieved is, I believe, reaffirmation of our people's
determination to continue on the sound and stable
and progressive course we have steadfastly pursued
for the past 16 months.
Now we must work together. Florida's future
is boundless. With courage and cooperation, with
vision and understanding, we will build a State of
Which we can be even more proud.






LeRoy Collins, Governor


SPEEDY!


Kennys Mill M 0 thnsvj an d gran wtitude
to everyone that has. remembered
Meets WithS Mrs. Dobbs us in 'so many, many -ays during
m ...W i ...the illnessof our loved cu. But
this would be almost impossible.


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The WMU of the Kenney's Mill
Baptist Church met at the home
>f Mrs. J. N. Dobbs for their social
meeting of the month.
Mrs. Roy Tharpe brought the de-
rotional reading from Malachi 3.
Mrs. Edward Williams led in
prayer.
During the social hour delicious
refreshments were enjoyed by all,
Those present were Mrs. Roy
Tharpe, Mrs. Sam Graves, Sr., Mrs.
.. Pate, Mrs. Edward Williams,
Mrs. H. A. Davis, Mrs. C. D. Webb
and Mrs. J. N. Dobbs.
CARD OF THANKS
Wre wish we could find words to


So may we just say thanks to you
allall. May God bless all of you in
a special way.
The E. 0. Cason family
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A brief business session was held.
Mrs. John Beasley presented the
program and read a beautiful poem
followed with prayer.
I Mrs. Patton closed the program
with a prayer.
j iRefreshments were served to he
: following members and visitors
present: Mrs. 0. M. 'Taylor, Mrs.
John Beasley, Mrs. George Patton,
Mrs. Fred DIavis, Mrs. J. T. Me-
Neill, Mrs. R. H. Brinson, Mrs. Net-
tie Anchors, Mrs. Joe Grimsley,
Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs. Martha Ann
Bedwell, Mrs. S. B. Witt, Mrs.
Ralph ,Swaftts, Mrs. W. D. Jones,
Mrs. Travis Graves, Mrs. George
Suber, Mrs. George Atkins Mrs.
Charles Brown and Mrs. Rawls.

Mrs. Pridgeon Hostess
To WSCS Circle One

Mrs. E. T. Pridgeon was hostess
to members of Circle One of the
Woman's Society of Christian Ser-
vice of the First Methodist Church,
Monday afternoon, May 14 in her
home on 7th Street at 3 p.m.
The meeting opened with scrip-
ture being given in part from six
chapters of the Bible by Mrs. H. W.
Griffin. The program under the di-
reotion of the program chairman,
Mrs. Morgan Jones, was given and
discussed by each member and
prayer by Mrs. Jones.
A brief business session was pre-
sided over by Mrs. Roy Gibson,
Sr., chairman followed with refresh-
ments being served by the hostess
to 10 members and one visitor, Mrs.
Chauncey Costin.
The meeting closed with the WS-
CS. benediction.

Senior Class Entertained
With Supper, Dance

Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, Mrs. W. D.
Sykes and Mrs. Bert Munn enter-
tained wi'h a weiner roast and
dancing, Monday night at Beacon
Hill Beach. Honor guests were
members of the Senior Class of
Port St. Joe High School.
After the supper of roasted
weiners, potato salad, roasted
marshmallows, cake and iced
drinks. The group enjoyed dancing
at Van Horn's Beach Club. Attend-
ing were Martha Costin, Gall Bate-
man, Walter Wilder, Gene Raffield,
Biliy Johnson, W. L. Smith, Bert
Muvn, ,Patsy Daniell, Barbara
Sykes, Louise Daughtery, Grant
Adams, Dorothy Sealey, Dick Daw-
son, Billy Jordan, Bobby Stebel,
Fred Wages, Jimmy Howell, Vince
Kilbourn, iSonjia Blount, Owen
Presnell, Charles 'Smith, Mary Ag-
nes Culpepper, Gypsie Love, Kath-
ryn Marshall, Bobbie Porter, Cora
Sue Smith, Joy Williamson and Ra-
chael Wimberley.
Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Biggs, Miss Alice Andrews,
George Ma-tchen, Benny Roberts
and Jimmy Arnold.
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I sincerely thank those who supported and
worked for me in this campaign.
I am deeply grateful to, and proud of the
vote the people of Gulf County gave me and
for the opportunity I have had hadin serving
you.

GEORGE W. COOPER


A CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this opportunity to thank each
of you for your excellent support in the first primary.
I am very grateful.
At this time I also want to ask you for your
continued support in the second primary.
To those who *supported' other candidates in
the first primary, may I ask that you throw your
very able support behind me now and help me the


rest of the'way.


Thank you.
A. J. STRICKLAND


LETTERS TO Mrs. Williams ~stss
THE EDITOR To Newcomers Club
The Newcomers Club met Tues-


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District 1
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day night, May 8. In the reception'
room of Florida Power Co. with
Mrs. John Robert Williams as


hostess.
It has been decided that the club
will' be a social rather than busi-
ness club as for right now. The wo-
men of the club will. however, vis-
it all newcomers, to our knowledge.
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for Saturday night May 19. Further ae S a Offi r problems. This free service miclud-
plans on tibis wiln be announced, es assistance to employers of vet-:
later. To Visitj U MHye 24 rans under the GI Bill, Vocation-
After the business and intertain- ay al Training, Subsistence ,or other
ment portion of the meeting deli- Veterans of Gulf Couty ho problems.
cous refreshments re served ou outy, wo
cious refreshments were served to need assistance in obtaining ben- During his visIt in this area Ni-
the following: Mrs. Braxton Ward, efit' under the GI Bill, may receive cholas may be contacted at the
Mrs. Bill Bo ath, Mrs. Bill Win- expert guidance from Preston L. following places a- the time and
t. Mrs.R rt rs. Bi -Nicholas. Assistant State Service on the date specified: Thursday,
terms, Mrs. Robert Trawick. Officer. May 24th, 1956. Wewahitchka, Fla.,
----- ----'- Nicholas will visit this area next City Hall, from 1:30 to 2:30 PM.
First Baptist WMU i week for the. purpose of helping Port St. Joe, Fla., City Hall, from
veterans of their dependants in 4:00 to 5:00 PM.
Meetings Are Listed filing claims for Compensation -
-Benefits or solving their Insurance It pays to advertise-try it!


Welsey Ramsey:
Port St. Joe Star;
I want lo thank you again for
the splendid support you and the
Port St. Joe Star gave to our cam-
paign. There is no doubt in my
mind that. your support and that
of many other newspapers through-
ont Florida played a very great
and vital part in our first primary
.victory. We now have a great chal-
lenge lo measure up to your confi-
dence and- this I am determined
that we shall do. Florida has a
great future and with harmony
and co-operation, vision and, cour-
age, we can and should enjoy our
greatest prosperity and progress
in the years just ahead of us.
Thanks again.
Leroy Collins
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.. ...... -P .W_........ -LO vCL .Circle meetings for the Woman's
cry newcomer as we have no way Missionary Society of the. First
of 'finding out who moves in and Bap tit Church are announced as
out of our city. We would appre- follows: I -
ciate it if anyone knows of any1 in the home of Mrs. Em- I
new family, to call the Club Presi- Circle 1 in the home ofMrs. Em-
dent, Mrs. Braxton 'Ward and giv- ory Robertson Beacon Hill.
ing her any information you have Circle 2 in the home of Mrs. W.
and you may be sure that they 3 in the home of Mrs.
will get our welcome. .C 3 in thf home of Mrs.
,.Clifford Tharpe.
Plans for the future include a Circle 4 in the home of Mrs. A.
Merle Norman beauty council dem- 'R. Tomlinson.
onstration. A representative from The time will be Tuesday after-
the Merle Norman Cosmetic SLu- noon at 3 p.m.
dio in Panama City will meet with Circle 5 will meet in the home of
us in the home of Mrs. BillBrown, Mrs. L. Z. Henderson and Circle!
707 Long Ave. and any women who 6 will meet in the home of Mrs.
is interested is invited to attend, Billie Joe Rich on Monday at 3 p.m.
May 22nd at 7:,30. .-______
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GEORGE OF GEORGIA.
The decision of Walter F. George' not to
seek a seventh term in the United States Senate
carries national and international significance.
It will take from the Senate its most influential
member. It will take from the Eisenhower ad-
'ministration its wisest and most effective ally in
the deevlopment qf bipartisan foreign policy.
It is good to learn that Mr. George expects
to continue his service in the field of internation-
al cooperation as the President's personal repre-
sentative in the reshaping of NATO. But in all
frankness it is unlikely that such work can reach
,the importance of the senator's great service as
leader of the powerful Foreign Relations Com-
mittee and of conservative Democrats in Con-
gress.
The cooperation Mr. George has given the
Eisenhower, administration as an opposition lea-
der is often compared with that rendered by
Senator Vandenberg to President Truman. It
was less dramatic, for it involved no such break
with ast positions, but it was no less courageous
and possibly even better informed. And it car-
ried the same high qualities of personal convic-
tion and patriotism rising above petty partisan-
ship.
While much regret is rightly expressed over
the gap Mr. George will leave in the Senate, the
gloom should not be- exaggerated. Leadership
of the Foreign Relations Committee, will not


fall into uncooperative or uninformed .hands.
Tnd some damage might have been done in the
South to the cause of international cooperation
if it had become mixed up in a bitter battle in
Georgia over segregation.
Former Governor Herman Talmadge, lead-
ing prospect as a successor, is extreme on racial
issues, but has support from some of the same
business interests which backed Mr. George.
He is now challenged, not by the senator in per-
son, but by the example he leaves of able,
broad-gauged service t9 the whole nation.

'FOLLOW THE LEADER' TO .TRAGEDY?
Again airplane pilots stewards, and steward-
esses have spoken out against "the potential
hazard" implicit in serving liquor on planes in
hazard" implicit in serving liquor on planes in
flight.- Again two bills-one in-the Senate and
one in the House-are pending which would for-
bid interstate advertising of liquor.
The flight personnel are talking about the
bald risk of having themselves and their charges
imprisoned thousands of feet above the ground
with one or several drunken passengers. Sena-
. tor Langer and Representative Siler are talking
about the national risk of continuing to expose
youth an dsusceptible adults to the massed for-
ces of modern advertising importuning them to
start drinking or to drink more.
The public concern that eventually will com-
pel the airlines to take liquor off their planes is
part of the same public concern that eventually
will bring about a policing of liquor advertising.
The airlines and the liquor industry both feed
that concern.
The airlines suggest that the stewards, and
stewardesses 'really are less interested in safety
than they are in extra pay for doubling as bar-
maids. If so, then why do the pilots, who are
not called upon to be bar-tenders, also protest?
The airlines argue that competition forces
them to serve liquor to stay in business. Aside
from the obvious question as to how, then, do
the three major airlines which don't serve liquor
stay in business, one is compelled to ask: Must
the other seven play follow the leader with com-
petition until somebody goes over the brink?
Until, to quote the resident of the Airline" Stew-
ards and Stewardesses Association, "we have
some great liquor-caused lane tragedy"?


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ard Hanlon. citing with Mr. and Mrs. .Richard
Miss Minnie Ola Ray spent the Levins-
week end in Moultrie, Ga., visiting x 1956
with friends. apl
Mr. and Mrs. Browning of Taa- James Bray Completes
hassee was the week end guests Teletype COUFSe
of the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Everett McFarland.d oP~P. James ,. Bray, whose wife,
Mr.'and Mrs. Howard Linebargar
BillMr enn ad Mrstuowrd Lentat Linda, lives-at l 7Sth Street, Port
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and M rs. W. B. Dykes. the teletype operation course at
the Army's Southeastern Signal
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Levin and School, Fo Gordon, Ga.
daughter Regennia spent the week The eight week course trained
end in Bonifay visiting with the T eight week course trained
end in Bonifay visiting with the Bray in the use of the military
latter's parents Mr. and Mvrs. keyboard, teletype and tape relay 55 b. F'
operation and communications con- r.- -
Bill Bennett, a student at FSU oer dute. a c-uit.Storage on top
in Tallahassee spent the week end ter procw"edu re. r.l
visiting with his wife, Mrs. Bill Braye, who entered the Army last
Bennett and children Doyle Rich- October, is a 1953 graduate of Port / "- E
ard ande Hilton Conger. ic St. Joe High School. His mother, Huge 9.8 ,u. h.
Mrs. Mary C. Bray, lives in Port Relfrigerator Sedion 2 _
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stripling St. Joe. '
and daughters Karen and Janice -
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Written For Last Week
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Griffin and
daughter Wyvonne spent several
days in Vernon visiting with
friends and relatives.-
Mr. and' Mrs. Toby Worley and
daughter Ladonnie spent the week
end in Bonifay with Mr. and Mrs.
Sollie Sapp and In Graceville visit-
ing with Mrs. P. W. Worley.
iBill Bennett' a student at Florida
State University in Tallahassee
spent the week end visiting with
his wife, Mrs. Bill Bennett and
children Hilton and Doyle:
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burrows of
Tyndall Field were the week end
guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Richard
Hanlon.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Linebargar
of Tyndall Field Air Force Base
were the week end guests of the
latter's parents, r. and Mrs. W. B.
Dykes.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lightfoot
and children, Bobby Glenn and
Alice Jean, spent the week end in
Dothan, Alabama visiting with
friends and relatives.
Wallace Hall of Marianna and
Earl Parish of Fort Benning, Ga.,
were the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Cleveland Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Adams
and -daughter Chris spent in Panama City visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Grant.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
children spent Saturday in Pana-
ma City visiting with friends rnd
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Rome Miller and
children of Apalachicola were ihe
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs;
Hansel Norris.
Written For 'This Week
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
children spent Saturday in Panama
City visiting with friends and rela-
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Porter and
children spent the week end in
Teorgia visiting with friends 'and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl -Burrows of
Tyndall Field were the week end
guests of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Hanlon.
Miss Eunice Vickers spent sev-
eral days in-Salt Lake City, Utah,
visiting with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Sollie Sapp. and son Jimmy
of Bonifay were the week end
guests of Mr. and. -Mrs. To'by Wor-
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in1 DIoUW) nUInm
Mrs. Robert Bellows, Sr., and
Mrs. George Patton were hostesses
to the Gladiolus Circle of the Port
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daisy arrangement. Mrs. G. S.
Croxton's gladiolus ,took second
place. Mrs. Hallman's day lily ar-
rangement using twisted stems of
the plant showing a most, interest-
ing seirling line, won third place
and Mrs. Joe Sharit drew the door
prize.
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SM------- r. and Mrs. Fred Hicks and Land son Roger of Highland View. discussion on pest control. Many ing into a lovely -chartreutse color. Jake Belin, Mrs. W. C. Belin, Mrs.
NEWS FROM children of Warsaw visited Mr. The WMU of the Highland View Ipests and disease and remedies Delicious refreshments of sand- R. W. Henderson, Mrs. Cecil Hew-
d *i e and Mrs. J. H. Foster this week end. Baptist Church is planning a pic- were discussed. Mrs. Witt gave wiches, cookies and Coca-Colas itt, Mrs. I. C. Nedley, Mrs. Terry i
Highland View Miss Barbara Ann Gay of Wewa- nic for the Junior and Intermediate each member a Golden Rain Tree were served to Mrs. G. S. Croxton, Hinote, Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs. I
By Mrs. Fannie Mae MoMillan hitchka spent the week end visit- G. A!s Saturday, May 19. and it i hoped there will be many Mrs. S. B. Witt, Mrs. Henry Malge,-Wilbur Thursbay and Mrs. Robert
PHONE 7-6063 ing Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ayers had gracing our lawns in a few years Mrs. Fred Maddox, Mrs. Joe Sharit, Tapper.
_______ and family,. as their week end guest, their son, with th I The next meeting will be a lunch-
Mr Mtha Blakenly and Mrs. Pearl Whitfield is home Bill Ayers of the University of eon In the home of Mrs. Sarah Mc-
Mrs, Martha Blakenly and Mrs. from the hospital and is doing Florida. ers turning into red pods then dry- lows, Mrs. Andrew Owens, Mrs. Intosh at which time the new of-gomery of
doin.Davidson honored Mrs. Geranicely. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Long have ficers will be installed.
dine White with a atork showermoved to their new home, the X Miami announce the birth of a
Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. Many Mrs. L. F. Adams had a surprise ixe Bell Motel on Bay View The Stato riet daughter, Cynthia Lee on May 3.
lovely gifts were received. Refresh- Mother's Day dinner for Rev. L. F. Drive. We welcome them as our
menta of Cokes, cake and ice Adams' mother, Mrs. F. J. Adams neighbors
cream were served to the 15 guests of Mobile, Ala., Sunday. Those at- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand ne- I. AS R
present tending were Mr. and Mrs. Derrill J t companionship ofecm theirM THE SEfI' E GUL F LAS R.
,We welcome Mr. and Mrs-John Adams of Tallahassee, Mr. and children and grandchildren, num- l 'eJ.Wsl
Davidson, our new neighbors, that Mrs. Wallace Attaway and chil-ci g 1. orteradin eOFGU C UN
have moved to our community. dren of Clarkville, Mr. and Mrs. For the wonderful vote you gave me on May
Glenn Garrett ofChipola College, Adrian Adams and daughter Susan sincere solicit your continued sup NDIDTE FO
Marianna, visited his parents, Mr. of Marianna, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mrs. Fred Maddox is teaching an 8th 1and I sincerey solicit your continued sup- CANDIDATE FOR
ed. and Mrs..W. W Garrett this week dams and Mrschil.n obbite To adult school at the Highland View port and vote in the primary on May 29th for "ere e iv
e2. *an wr. and Bobbl ale SElementary School at night and Representative
the school is progressing real well. County Commissioner from District 3.
Bob Baine and Henry Ayers GULF COUNTY
FURNITURE and AUTOMOBILE made a business trip to Birming- G (Jack)CROXTON
ham, Ala., Monday. G. S. (Jack) CROXTON
h- nE i Mrs, Deece of Bay View Drive The Peoples' Candidate
S have returned home from the Muni- Peoples
Uo S e icipal Hospital and is doing nicely.
The WMU of the Highland View I. T A /' *
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP FINE MATERIALS Baptist church met Monday at 3:00 You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
p.m. at the church for Bible study
BUTLER'S TRIM SHOP with the Rev. Holland speaking on Long venue Baptist Chucrh w
the Great Commission. Using as But Yours Be Done
112 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida his scripture, Matt. 28:29. There
were 11 members present. Mrs. Lil- REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
-^- lie Richter dismissed with prayer. LAWYER, BUSINESSMAN, CIVIC LEADER
UMrs. E. R. DuBose and Mrs. A. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.YER BUSINESSMAN, CIVIC LEADER
SD. RoberLts carried both groups of MORNING WORSHIP --------- 11:00 a.m. HE PLEDGES TO:
BUILD G. A.'s to the Immanuel Baptist BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.EDGES TO:
H*" Church in Panama City Sunday at- EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
OD E" ternoon to rehearse for corrona- -NGWOR .1. Properly represent the people of Gulf County ac-,
M ODE tion night. PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.r. cording to their wishes, and not private interests or the in-

PAIRtrong will regret tolearn she is Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street terests of Dade, Duval, or any other large county.
SMONTHS a patient at the Municial hospital VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME 2. Fight for continued segregation in our public schools.
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Thank You

To the voters of Gulf County for the con-
tinued confidence shown me in the May
8 Primary,

I assure you, I will not betray that
confidence.
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TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND TO ALL OF THE VOTERS OF GULF

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SUPPORT ON MAY 29th IN THE RUNOFF FOR YOUR COUNTY

COMMISSIONER FROM DISTRICT ONE.


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iMPORTANT LEGION MEET
PLANNED FOR MONDAY


AU iM. ar V To Q*

Vileltor From Jaoksonvllle
Mr. ania Mrs. OakIand Ard and
son of Jacksonville were the recent
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T M.
Watts,


r -. 9 .to -T]._t-aye axa i the,
V si g l :--d R.z --mc for each-,a' .,a.ll's r oil
e' confident. First their slate ;of
SEE SAW outstanding delegates. Second is
by WIN PENDLETON the issue of segregation which has
begun to enter the picture. They
figure they are better off with the
STEVENSON4KEIFAUVER-How [National Association for the .Ad-
Will this one come out? Since the vancement of Colored People work-
governor's race zhas been decided ing for Kefauver. Their spirits hit
without a run-off, the election on a new high when thy executive
the 29th has lost its biggest attrac- secretary of the NAAOP criticized
tion. Will either side be more in. Adlal Stevenson for his recent

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THANKS

o 'the voters of Gulf County for the splendid
vote I received on May 8 and to my many
friends, old and new, who worked so untiring-
ly in my behalf. Words cannot express the
gratitude I feel.
Sincerely,
T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT


slatiex.w *ujgflaB jradn.A* aileg a-
Uti-a ;L- c S:,E The ,A.ACP of-
ficial, Roy Wilkins, said' Sevenson
told ,a Negro audnce- in Los An-
geless "to a..comMJodete themselves
to gradual enjoyment of their cIi-
zenship rights."
STRICTER QUARANTINE -
Criticism of the customs service
was voiced by Senator Holland
when he first heard about the new
outbreak of the Med-fly, On numer-
ous occasions he has called on cus-
toms to do a better job f inspecting
baggage coming into Florida. In-
stead of a spot check, he has al-
ways wanted a thorough check.
Now, like locking the door after


Thank You!


the horse has been stolen, the cus-
toms people are adding 10 new
mnen to the Miami detail to inspect
all incoming baggae-both by air
and by ship. Also expected within
the next few days is a-Federal quar-
antine on Florida fruit. This quar-
entine was asked for by a delega-
tion from Florida; industry men,
state officials, growers, packers,
shippers. Point is that if a quaran-
tine is set up, the fruit that is cer-
tified as being "pest free" won't
be slopped by other states.
A SIGHT TO SEE Two lovely
Florida Cherry Blossom princesses,
Carole Weatherly of Jacksonville,
1954 princess, and Elizabeth Hall,
'of Plant City, 1956 princess, stole,
the show last week. A fashion show
staged in the House Caucus Room
by the Congressional Secretaries'
Club. The princesses modeled cock-
tail dresses, sportwear, tailored
clothes-and in Florida tradition
-bathing suits.
AMBITIOUS YOUNGSTER-The
other day, when Mrs. William Cra-
mer attended a White House recep-
tion for Mrs. Eisenhower, she left
the two little boys at her husband's
office. Billy, Jr., and Mark were all
dressed up, and enjoyed lunching
with their father in the House din-
ing room. Afterwards they were
taken for a ride (half a dozen in
fact) on the small electric train that
runs from the Capitol 'to the Sen-
ate Office Building. When fellow
passengers would ask Billy, Jr., (4
years old) what he wanted to be
when he grows up, he would say,
"First a daddy, then a Congress-
man."
TO COUNTERACT NIXON?-
The rumor has started again. Sena-
tor George Smathers is being talk-
ed for vice-president. Friends point
out that he would be the perfect
iDemocratic answer to Nixon. And
with no more campaigning on his
hands, he will have time to work
on the idea between now and con-
vention time.
BATTLE SCARRED BUT HAP-
PY-Most cheerful Florldians in
town are Congressmen Jim Haley
and Billy Matthewa. Haley received,
156% of the vote in the 7th District
to whip three opponents in the first
primary. And Billy Matthews
trounced his single opponent by
better than two to one. In the last
three days of Mr. Billy's campaign,


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V. Post 116, American Legion will of cranberry jelly and other tart
be held at the Legion Hall at 8:00 fruit jelly is to **weep" after the
Sold is cut. To prevent this, place
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time. to stand and "weep."


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Bart Knight

LET'S CONTINUE OUR EFFORTS FOR
QUALIFICATION EXPERIENCE
---- AND TIME HONORED
ROTATION
for
STATE SENATOR
25TH DISTRICT


THANKS TO ALL MY

FRIENDS OF GULF COUNTY


I wish to take this opportunity to THANK
each and EVERY ONE who supported me for
County Judge. I shall strive to merit your con-
sideration and to serve YOU with dignity, cour-
tesy and efficiency.

Faithfully yours,

SAM P. HUSBAND
COUNTY JUDGE 'elect

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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Noortht
Childers Apartment. Call or see
Mrs. Bartee. Phone 7-7361. 3tc
*i FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
Downstairs. 223 7th St. Call
7-5881. tfc-4-26
ave you e stopped to ponder MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkins
.how research men and women dealer. See or write W. L. Bur-
ofscience are engaged in a contin- kett, dealer, Box 482. Port St. Joe.
of stglping you enjoy a healthier.
longer life? FOR RENT: Bedroom with private
And how phanacles the world over iath. Call 7-5941. it
serve humanlt as the "receiving
stations and dspensaries"--between WANTED TO RENT: Apartment
these research scientists and your foa young couple. Must be fur-
physicans' services to you?Star 7-3161
Have you ever stopped to realize ished Call The Star 7
that you get the benefit ofthi OR SALE Lots, 0'X 150'Located
search each time you have a pre.
sIription iled? five miles South of Port St. Joe.
Vour registered RexallPha Tust off U. S. 98 on the Jonesville
is prod of his profession which ubaivision. First five lots $200
tables him to be n Indispensable ach. Terms offered. See Roy E. Cox
con sidersIt privilege to e on the homestead or write Box 471
your prescription needs. Port St. Joe for full information.6t
Y O HELP WANTED: We are accept-
ing application for a part time
representative to do credit report-
BuzzeW s Drug Store ingin Port t. Joe and vicinity on
a fee basis. Retired or semi-retired
PHONE 7-41371 persons also considered. Car essen-
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Wembley Ties- $1.50 $2.50
Sport Shirts -----.. $2.50 $5.95
Arrow
Dress Shirts $3.95.
Swank
Men's Jewelry $1.00 $5.00


Leather Gift Items -- $1.00 $9.95
McGregor.

Swim Trunks -----. $2.95 $5.00

Slacks $5.95 $15.95

Cooper's Jockey
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background; busilnes or employ-
ment record and present iAtivities.
Reporting manager, Dunn and Brad-
gtreet, Inc., P. 0. Box 2206 West
Bay Station, Jacksonville, Florida.
USED PIANOS
from $25.00
MELODY MUSIC MART
137 Harrison Ave.
Panama City, Florida
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
MELODY MUSIC MART
137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 54711
Panama City, Florida
SPECIAL GIFT SALE
Hyde Park Watches, 17-Jewel Move-
ments $24.50
any other items reduced 50%
Cash Only
Sale ends June 1, 1956
PARKER'S JEWELRY
302 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.
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: White man to sell G.
E., Maytag, and Crosley applian-
ces. Magnavox and G. E. televisions.
Will supply gas and truck. Write,
phone or wire now ECONOMY
CASH STORE, Apalachicola, Fla.
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
Special discounts to


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The magazines praises the ef-
forts of airlines like National, East-
ern and Delta in publicizing the
Summer budget vacation plans.
Prices of hotels in Miami Beach,
St. Petersburg and other areas are


UNITED STATES SENATOR GEORGE A. SMATHERS, Hon-
onary Chairman for the 1956 Florida Mental Health Cam-
paign, contributes his check to Mrs. Richard Stover of Miami,
State Campaign Chairman. The Drive for needed mental
health funds was launched May 9th, and will continue thru-
out the state through Wednesday, May 23rd,


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LA CROSS
Original Dresses

BONNIE FRANCES
Slips Petticoats Camisoles Underwear Sleepers

TRIMFIT
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CLOVERDALE Skirts and Co-ordinates
LAND and SEA Blouses
TEEN FORM Bras
McKEM Shirts
See Us For Your Infant Layettes and Shower Gifts


FOR SALE: 60 Delicious Cakes.
And only 3c a cake-that's how
little it costs to add the perfect Va-
nilla-Watkins Vanilla with the fla-
vor that lasts. Over 60 cakes in ev-
ery 11-oz. bottle. Try it, too, for sup-
plying extra goodness to cake mix-
es. You'll find that any cake made
with cake mix tastes better with
Watkins Vanilla added.
Get Watkins Vanilla and Extracts
at money-saving prices when I call.
See the full-page, full-color ad in
May Better Homes and Gardens
featuring- Watkins Vanilla.
Watkins Quality Products
W. L. BURKETT
Box 482 Port St. Joe, Fla.

LOST: Black and white fox terrier.
Brown face, named Tex. Owner
B. C. aillard. 1009 Monument Ave.
Reward offered.


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popularity ot lordia wiith peoPui
everywhere.
Cornn O(reY
Do corns bother you? One woman
applied a strip of cellophane tape
around her' corn and reported that
it disappeared-in time.


_ N 0 NOTICE
Dr. LaRue Garrett, D. V. M. will be at the Fire
Station at the City Hall in Port St. Joe from 9:00 A.M.
until 12:00 E.S.T. Friday May 18, 1956 for the purpose
of vaccinating dogs against rabies.
A charge of $1.50 each will be made for dogs
weighing 25 pounds or less and a charge of $2.00 each "
for dogs weighing over '25 pounds.
H. W. GRIFFIN
CHIEF OF POLICE
Port St. Joe, Florida


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Churches and Civic Groups
All Work Guaranteed
CHARLES A. SCURLOCK
Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St.
SPECIAL SERVICES
FOR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
paired, also.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
rRADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
SWAP.
BICYCLES, LAWN MOWERS and
OUTBOARD MOTORS repaired.
Jake Gavin. 7th St., Righland View.
Phone 7-2681. tfe
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAII 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
FOR RENT: Furnished house.,
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.-3032. tfc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
rou need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ang first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G.
R. A.. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
meetings 2nd and 4th Fridays of
each month, 8:00 p.m. Members
:rged to attend; visiting brothers
welcome. J. B. Griffith W. M.; F.
W. Chandler, secretary.
April 27, Work in entered appren-
tice degree.
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose
Hall, 310 Fourth Si.
Meeting night ev-
ery other Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, i. 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,
PERSONAL
Alcoholism, recognized by the
American Medical Association as a
disease, is no respector of persons,
nor is it essentially a moral ques-
tion. A group of the now world-wide
fellowship of Alcoholics Anony-
mous is being formed in Port St.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM Friday, May 11,
8:00 p.m. All Master Masons cor-
dially invited.
J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M.
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec.


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(Continued From Page 1) ida is highly recommended, even
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all sections of the state. living conditions are summarized.
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the same distance in Europe as you Esquire, sports are also highlighted ,
do in driving from Pensacola to with salt water fishing described
Key West, you would cover the ln detail. New housing develope-
countries of Sweden through Den- ments, in all sections of the state,
mark, Germany, The Netherlands, are also described, as are business
Luxembourg, Belgium and into opportunities.
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