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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: June 7, 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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POIT *ST. JOB
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Moderf, Proaroalesv
Weekly NowsPOW
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THE STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County
J


. Joe -The Outfet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


VOLUME XIX


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESL-EY R. RAMSEY

Hey, Ma! Look! We're breathing
still.
After the hectic month prior to
election, it's a marvel that anyone
in the printing business is still
able to move under his own steam
and still be able to work..
We are not complaining about
the money-merely about having
to work for it.
We would no sooner get one can-
dide;te's literature off the press
and start some serious printing on
it, than here would come another
candidate with something to be
printed. And all of them wanted
their stuff "yesterday".
It was a hectic month, but times
like this help the printer to catch
up on a few bills.

Do you read "Dennis The Men-
ace"? We not only read of his es-
capades, but we have one running
loose around the house. Our "Den-
nis", we call Willie. His name is
William, but we call him Willie.
He beats all 'I ever saw for "out-
Dennising Dennis". He's a helpful
little feller.
Just the other night, he got out
in the yard and washed the car
with the hose. Of course, he forgot
a mere trifle like rolling up the
windows first, but he washed the
car.

Speaking of the comics, we es-
pecially liked an "Out Our Way"
cartoon in the Mobile Register
Tuesday. The "old man" of the
house had made it to the bath-
room first in the morning ahead
of the kids.
This is a major accomplish-
ment. But it isn't near the accom-
plishment as getting the bathroom
at all if the kids get there first.
The minute we or the wife get
in the shower, the kids line up
at the door.
'.It makes a fellow feel crowded.


Myron W. Kiebler

Glidden Manager

Appointment of Myron W. Kieb-1
ler as manager of the Glidden Com-
pany's new multi million dollar
chemical plant now under construc-
tion at Port St. Joe, Florida, was
announced this week by Paul E.
Sprague, Glidden vice president
and' general manager of the firm's
Southern Chemical Division.
Mr. Kiebler began ,his. career
with the Glidden Company in 1948
as a research staff member of the
firm's Paint Division in Cleveland.
Prior to that, he served as a mem-
ber of the research staff and as a
part-time instructor at the Carnegie
Institute of Technology where he
graduated in 1937.
Mr. Kiebler has been actively
identified with the development of
Glidden's new Port St. Joe instal-
lation from its inception, and will
represent the firm there during the
construction, period. In his new ca-
pacity, he will report to Dr. W. Da-
vid Stallcup, general manager' of
the Southern Chemical Division at
Jacksonville, Florida.
A member of the American. Chem-
ical Society, Mr. Kiebler is the
-author of numerous articles for
chemical and scientific publica-
tions.


Recreation Program
Begins Monday

The summer recreation program
for the Port St. Joe public schools
will open Monday, June 11.
The following personnel will be
employed at the different school
centers:
Port iSt. Joe High School: Leroy
Bowdoin and Lamar Faison.
Port ISt. Joe Elementary School,
Hubert Richards, Miss Neta Nib-
lack and Bob Smith.
Washington High 'School, David
Jones and R. Wynn.
(Registration will be held at the
different sites Monday morning
from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Grades one through six register
at the elementary school. Grades
seven through 12 register at the
high school.
Swimming will be added to the
summer program this year. Bob
Smith will teach classes to both
the high school and elementary
"groups.


Mrs. Whitaker Installed As Auxiliary Saints Meet

President; Comforter !egion Cmdr. Wewa Tonight;

The Willis V. Itowan Post 116 Beat A lch. ,
o and Auxiliary, American Legion i
0 met Tuesday night at the Legion Tonight at 8 p.m. when the St.
1 Home for the installation of offi- Joe Saints play Wewahitchka here
cers for the 1956-57 term of office. in the local park the members of
Mrs. E. J. Cooper of Graceville, .. the Little Boy's League and their
t Second District president, install- .. farm teams will be guests of the
ed the following officers for the i : Saints. The members of the teams
MAuxiliary: '. '" and their managers are asked to
Mrs. Madaleine E. Whitaker come in a group for tonight's ball
president; Mrs. Francis Henley, game
First Vice-Presildent; Mrs. Ellen .,: -.' The Gators have won two games
Kirkland, ISecond Vice-President; from the Saints this season while
Mrs. Carolyn Ford, Secretary; Mrs. dropping only one to the local nine.
Verna Smith, Treasurer; Mrs. Anne Wewahitchka always plays its best
G. tHart, Chaplain; Mrs. Almna against St. Joe and tonight the
Jones, Historian; Mrs. Florazelle Saints will be out to even the score
Connell, Sergeant-at-arms. book. Manager Hamm says with
For the Legion, the slate of offi the help of some new players re-
cers installed is as follows:; .r ceiffty joining the Saints the team
W. P. Comforter, Commander; V ,, ,n has been strengthened and better
F. E. Trammell, First ViceCom- Legion Commander baseball will be seen.
mander; C. A. Lupton, Second Vice- Sunday afternoon the Saints will
Commander; G. H. Henley, Third play Panama City at 4 p.m. at the
Vice-Commander; J. C. Price, Fi- -rh "A |UggeS ted local ball park.
nance Officer; Eldridge Money, C SAINTS 11, APALACH 6
Chaplain; C. L. Belin, Historian; I, fl..rio 0seJ Gulf Saturday night the. Saints came
Jack Fowler, Sergeant-at-arms; C. In r U IT Gu from behind to win over Apalachi-
L. Parker, Service Officer and C. U i cola 11-6 in a well-played baseball
A. Lupton, Adjutant. Co.Unty hkialt Unit game. The game was played Satur-
A most delightful chicken pileau _____ day night to make up the game that
supper was served- by the most
supper was cook in ulf Counthe, Ar- Tom Coldewey, chairman of the was rained out opening day, May 6.
famous cook in Gulf County, Ar- G C Apalachicola, boasting the finest
thur Lupton. A record turn out was Gulf County Health Clinicteam in these parts, found defeat
on hand to enjoy the repast, tee appeared before the County at the hands of the Saints a bitter
Commission at their regular meet- pil Ito swallow, but when the final
|Last Rites Held ing Tuesday to study plans sub- inning was over the scoreboard had
tmitted for the. twu new Health the Saints listed as the winner.
SClinic buildings to he constructed Howell worked the mound for the
For R. H. MarShall in the county as the result of a visitors with coach Wagoner be-
referendum a year. ago. hind the plate. Howell couldn't find
Funeral services were held for Upon examining the plans, Col- the handle on the ball and the
Raymond H. Marshall 9t the Long dewey recommended that some of Saints hit away all through the
Avenue Baptist Church Sunday af- the office space be deleted from game.
ternoon at 3:00 p.m. with Rev. J. the plans as surplus to the func- The fir&t man up for the Saints,
C. Odum and Rev. Lloyd Riley offi- tion of the Health Service in the brown, who is shortstop, belted a
elating. County. It was estimated that the triple to right field. The next time
Marshall was killed Thursday, elimination of the office space Brown was up to bat he put the
May 31 about 10:00 a.m. by a pis- would result in a saving of about ball in the drain ditch out in Oak
tol wound in the chest. He was 47 $8,000.00 in the construction. Grove, but the hall was foul by
years aof ag .,- The Board passed a motion that inches. Brown, who plays a good
Marshall had moved to Port St. the chL ,,:* be made as recom- game as shortstop is ;trMI..O to
Joe four years ago from Panama mended pending approval of the have one ol the heavier bats in the
City and was in the contracting entire committee that Coldewey Gulf r,..,. L...,.2.,
business here. represents. Manager Haninmm pitched one of
Interment was In Holly Hill Com- The committee had never seen the finest ball games of the year
etery the plans, and Coldewey made the against the Oystermen. Hamm was
S Survivors include his wife Thel- recommendation pending the appro- assisted by Hudson behind the
ma and one daughter Charlotte of val of his committee, plate.
Port St. Joe; one daughter Roama The Health Clinics will be con- Attendance has began to lag af-
Yorkswski of New York City; one structed from funds received from ter a good start for the season and
son Eugene of West Palm Beach; additional race track funds and by the Saints urge you to support the
father, R. M. Marshall of Hutchin- matching funds from the Federal games with your attendance at to-
son, Kansas; one brother, Clarence Government. nights game.
of Detroit, Mich.; three sisters,
Mrs. Myrtle Vandeveer of Valejo, y 0 f
Calif., Mrs C.J. Frost of Hutchn- City and Power Company Officials
son, Kan., and Mrs. Nany Holcomb a
of Hutchinson, Kansas. Confer On Rene g ElectricFranchise
I Active pallbearers were Joe Fer- enewingFranchise
rell, H. W. Griffin, George Hall, I
Grady Mathis, Gordon Hallmark The City Commission held an in- of the utility of St. Petersburg and
and Georgia Wimberly, Jr. Honor- formal meeting with representa- Ralph Norman, Division Engineer
ary pallbearers were C. G. Costin, ties from the Florida Power Cor- of Monticello were present to an-
Sr., Cecil G. Costin, Jr., W. W. Bar- portion Tuesday night in the Con- swer questions of the commission
rier, H. L. Ford, L. E. Voss, T. D. mission chambers in the City Hall. and set up procedure fori the fran
Hutchins, J. Lamar Miller, Dr. Joe. iR. C. Pourtless, Vice-President chise election to be held some time
Hendrix, Dr: Wayne Hendrix, Dr. --n July.
W. F. Wager, Joe Wilkie, C. H. C q llas I, Along with the franchise elec-
M Knight, Wilbur Thursbay and swimming asseion, te City will also offer a ref-
Ed Eells. Set For Summer erendum on a resolution to use
Comforter Funeral Home of Port i funds from Power Company divid-
mSit. Joe was In charge of arrange- ends for youth recreation and capi-
ments. The Red Cross in cooperation tal improvements at the Municipal.
__ with the city and the recreational Hospital.
programs will. conduct a swimming' A new franchise with the power
Presbyterians List program this. year. company will give a rebate to the
'Dates For-Bible School -The classes will be held both in 'City of Port St. Joe of two percent
the morning and afternoon for of their gross business for 'the -first
The annual Presbyterian Bible eight weeks. Courses will range ten years;. three percent for the
School will open this year under from the beginner's course on up second year and four percent for
the leadership of Timothy Elder. to a full length course in Senior the. remaining ten years of the 30
The theme is "Adventuring for Life Saving, with text books fur-' y.ar franchise.
Christ" which will follow the nished. In addition to the percentage
scheme of being the knights of-Je- Since the course is conducted by payments, the City will receive a
sus Christ. the Red Cross, certificates will be 33 1/3% reduction in power used
Each year thick, Bible School has given each pupil upon completing by the city.
grown to well over 100 pupils, and his course. PRegistration will be These considerations will mean
this year promises to be the finest ..along with the summer recreational approximately $7,000 per year at
Mrs. W. T. Iverson will head the program since it is part of that pro- the present rate of power use, for
beginners department; Mrs. J. C. gram. Anyone, six years or older the city.
Price, primary; Mrs. M. H. Elder, is welcome to attend the classes. --
juniors; and Rev. Iverson, inler- John Robert Smith, Jr., will be
mediate. Timothy Elder will take the instructor. Rev. Gairdner Underbill
leadership in the stories and open- I -- -+---- --- \Will Preach Here Sun.
ing exercises and teach the Bible to I
the juniors. James W. Sealey Is The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill,
Registrations will be received at Serving In Atlantic his wife and daughter will arrive in
8:30 Monday morning. No child can ---- 'Port St. Joe Saturday, June 9 to
rester the second week of the' James W. Sealey, Jr., gunner's meet with the members of St.
school, as it would not benefit the mate first class, USN, son. of Mr. James Episcopal Church.
school's work on the whole. The and Mrs. James W. Sealey of Port On Sunday morning, June 10, he
school wit run from June 11 to 22 St. Joe, Florida, is serving aboard will conduct the 11:00 a.m.n service.
with classes beginning at 9:00 to the Atlantic Fleet attack aircraft Immediately after the service a
11:30 each morning. : carrier UISS Lake Champlain. covered dish luncheon will be ser-
All boys and girls from the ages The Lake Champlain is undergo- ved in the Parish House.
of 4 through 14 are cordially invit- ing overhaul and repairs at the --- -
ed. There will be games, recreation, Brooklyn, Navy Yard, New York, Visiting Parents Here
refreshments, prizes, handcraft, Bi- N.Y. "Gene Chism, of Rome, Ga., was
ble contests, Bible stories and a t ta- --- r visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
picnic for the group.[ It pays to advertise-try it! Rush Chism over the week end.


Single Copy so


NUMBER 41


Trouble Found At Water




Le.+ No Shortage 6 4 w
g Mg ,


County Takes

Steps To Repave

Long Avenue

The Board of County Commission-
ers studied a request by the City
Commission of-Port St. Joe to in-
clude the resurfacing of Long Ave-
nue in the Secondary Road Fund
expenditures for next year, at their
regular meeting Tuesday morning.
The Board studied a request by
the Port St. Joe body to change
requests for roads already made
by the city to make funds available
for the resurfacing of one of the
mainly traveled streets in the city.
The board looked favorably up-
on the request and discussed it at
some length.
A delegation from the County
Board will go before the Road
Board in Tallahassee to see if this
change can be made.
The City has several streets on
the list to be paved which. were
requested about two years ago.
Some of these roads have already
been approved for paving in the
next budget and the City is trying
to change the funds allocated for
these streets to the Long Avenue
project. The city desires to have
the street repaved with sidewalks,
curbs and gutters installed.
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Judge Ira Hutchison

Tells Rotary of Area

Early History Data

Retired Judge Ira A. Hutchison
of Panama City addressed the Port
St. Joe Rotary Club last week at
their regular Thursday luncheon
meeting at the Motel St. Joe.
Judge Hutchison was introduced
by Circuit Judge E. Clay Lewis,
Jr., of Panama City.
Judge Hutchison talked of the
history of old St. Joseph and of this
area, going back to the time of the
first Spanish explorers to come to
Florida. He 'said that St. Joseph
was originally settled in the same
year as New Orleans, La. Both ci-
ties were settled by brothers in
the same year. According to the
,speaker, the city was first settled
at Cape San Blas, at the site of
Eagle Harbor and was occupied al-
ternately by the Spanish, French
and English. Hie said that thle st-
tlement died out after the English
came.
Hutchison described Port. St. Joe
as a link in the Spanish supply
line between St. Marks and Pensa-
cola and stated that at one tmie


Broken Intake Pipe Is Blamed For

Causing Water Shortage

City water department crews are the plant was not delivering the
taking steps this week to remedy amount of water that the de-Igning
the shortage -of water that came engineers specified that it would.
up last week at the new' water A representative of LiltIh and
plant. Gillespie, designing engineers of
A, check of the plants pumping Jacksonville was called to Port St.
record last Thursday revealed that Joe by city' officials to try to deter-
mine the trouble at the plant. A
w Ar check revealed that pumps pump-
New Officers Are ing water from the paper company
Seated By A canal into a pit to be used by the
S eated By P.-T. A plant for treatment was not bring-:
ing in enough water. A diver was
The final meeting of the Port secured to check the intake in the
St. Joe High School Parent-Teach- canal. It was found to be u.racked
at the entrance allowing, grass and
er Association was held Thursday at the rnfrance allowing grass and
night in the auditorium with the other foreign matter to stop up the
president, Harry McKnight, presid- intake pipe. The intake pipe i; a
ing length of porous concrete pipe eim-
The Happyland Kindergarten, un- bedded in gravel on the bottomm of
der the direction of Mrs. Charles the canal. This is what cracked.
Brown and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Divers, cleaned out the pipe and
presented the program. Briggs packed it with gravel to make-
Scisson, program chairman pre- shift until another pipe could be'
rented Mrp. Brown and Mrs.mJohe- obtained and installed. Tests show-
son. .ed that the. pumps were still not
Mrs. Fred Davis, devotional chair- turning,-out the proper amount of
Mrs. Fred Davis,the devotional chair-water and the engineer surmised
man, gave the devotional.
During the business session, Mr. that the impellers in the pumps
McKnight gave a report ,of the were probably clogged up with the
year's work. Mrs. Paul Fensom grass that had been sucked into
the intake pipe. A pipe is now be-
gave a report on the activities of the mtak pip A pip i now b
the youth. center, the STAC House. Ing laid from the paper company
It was voted to give all money pumping station to furnish the city
water plant with the raw product
with the exception of $50.00 for. while the pumps are raw product
use, of the STAC House Fund. while the pumps are being taken
use, of the STAC House Fund.
The following new officers were apart and cleaned out.
installed, Mrs. Paul Fensom, presi- The water plant is now prodn-
dent; first Vice-Prdsident, Joseph ing all the water used in the :uty
Dowd; c.. 'i .-Pr. i t. and it is ,J.t r -i1t b y *- w.lter dp-
T. D. Hftclins, Secretary, Mrs. ipartmet tir the city water woll!
Dori s Whealton; Corresponding ill hAve lo e t urn. bick onr
Secretary, Mrs. Herman Dean; since the plant is now staying well`
Treasurer, J. A. Alligood. Mrs. Jac- ahead of the city consumption.
que Price'was installing officer and
itn. ,i,ai ing committee was corn- Delegation Attends
.. -M.. 4 .-. .. r-. W T. Mosely, Jr., .L i a
Mrs. Wayi,,. Biggs and Mrs. John Iuncheon In -Maanna
Robert Si.ithn.
At the inclusion of the meeting, Miss Barbara Mitchell, American
the members of the Tri-Hi-Y Club Legion aoxillaryy GIrl Stater for
served refreshments. 1S66 a,.upn, el by 4 local uni
served refreshments president, Mrs. Frances Henley,
BOUGLAS BA+LDWIN, Jr. and Unit Girl +State Chairmaau,
WILL BE COMMISSIONED Mrs. Christine Thursbay went to
Marianna Saturday to attend the
GAINEISVI'LLE Douglas Bald- District Pre-Girl State luncheon.
win, Jr., Port St. Joe, will be com- This luncheon is to acquaint the
missoined a second lieptenant in girls with the Girl State program.'.
the U. S. Army during commission- A most informat-ive question and
jng ceremonies at the University of answer period was held on city,
Florida Monday, June 4. county and state government, with,
The ceremonies will follow for- Ben Barnes, acting as moderator
amal commencement exercises and and on the panel was Senator John
are scheduled for the University Rawls, Representative John Shipp,
Auditorium. County Commissioner Boen King.
Brigadier General R. T. Nelson, Mayor J. M. Sims and County Jiudg.'
commanding general of the ,Signal Robert McCrary.
School at Ft. Gordon, Ga., will be Girls' State will be held June 23


a fort was located on the Cape. the principal speaker.


through June 29 in Tallahassee.

JA l dtia .;..- t Ai


PICTURED ABOVE are Mr. and Mrs. R. II. McIntosh and their honor guests, George Tapper
and Amelia Gibson taken at a dinner party gi /en for the betrothed couple at the Mcil toh
home Friday, May 25. About 100 friends of the couple were in attendance at the informal
affair. (p thn'to)


JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1956


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.Attend Graduatio I .rs. et os'. n Trunk
Garden Club Luncheon out tend Gradtion Mrs. Miller Honored Sadie Arnette Graduates HOSPITAL PATIENTS or V ors and chil- n. end of the is-
Out-of-town relatives attending Mr.and Mrs. C. R. Holt and cl-Iphant's many-muscled trunk Is so
s SetFor une he graduation of Miss Patsy Dan- With Coke Party From Stetson University Kirk dren of Warner Robins, Georgia, supple and skillful that this big,
s e FrJn 1Wi Coe a y o StsnU vriiktea i wwere the week end visitors of Mr.,awkward looking animal can even
---- lell were Mrs. Zack Varnadoe, Mrs. Louis Johnson, Port St. Joe. and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey and untie knots with it.
The annual installation luncheon Thomasville, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Otto Anderson and Mrs. Sadie Arnette of Port St. Joe, Claude F. Hanlon, Wewahitchka .family. Mrs. Holt is Mrs. Ramsey's '
of the Port St. Joo Garden Club James Daniell, Jimmie, Betty Anne, Charles Wall entertained with a received the bachelor of arts de- Thomas A. Rogers, Highland sister i vio mlT'PRic
will take place at the home of Mrs. Jean Porter of Winchester, Tenn., Coke party, Thursday afternoon in gree from IStetson University at View.
Richard McIntosb. Constitution Dr., Mrs. Charles Liles Bruce, Danny the Anderson Home on Monument'Commencement exercises held Mon- Franklin Pitts, Highland View. Home For Week End
Thursday, June 14, at 12:30 p.m. and David of Kingsland, Ga., Mrs. Avenue. day, June 4. Dr. Rutus H. Fitzger- Mrs. Jeanie Johnson, Highland MI. and Mrs. Edward Ranisey of! .
Mrs. Fred Bennett- of Chipley, di- Mamie Lou Haddock, Jacksonville, Honor guests were Mrs. Thomas aid, chancellor emeritus of the Uni- View. -DeLand were here this week end .
rector of District 2 of the Federated George Conner, Jacksonville. These Miller an dher mother, Mrs. Har- Iversity of Pittsburgh, delivered the Mrs. Betty Mears, Port St. Joe. visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs .
Garden Clubs of Florida will be families are the guests of Mr. and well, who will leave Monday for address. Mrs. Wynelle Taylor, Highland Wesley Ramsey and M and Mrs. O
guest speaker and install new club ; Mrs. J. F. Daniell, Mr. and Mrs. their new home in Lubbock, Texas. While at Stetson she was a mem-! View. Frank Wimberley. -
officers for the year 1956-57. Emmette Daniell, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- The rooms were beautifully dec- ber of Women's Executive Coun- Henry R. Walker, Port St. Joe.
All garden club members are in- gene Bradley and Mrs. Gladys Mc- orated with spring flower arrange- cil, Chaudoin House Council, Young DC,2 Robert Lohman, Cape San Visitors From New Mexico
vited to attend this annual event. Coy ments and a large crystal bowl Women's Auxiliary and the Baptist Blas. i Mr. and rs and -,
_. with 'Cokes centered the dining Student Union. H '. F. Shirah, Odena.and Mrs. Marion Amos and- .
Advertising doesn't cost-It PAYS Send The Star To A Friend room table. .Mr. Billy McGee, Blountstown. family of Albuquerque, New Mexi-
Invited were members of St. TEACHERS ARE HONORED co, are spending this week with .. I
W 111111"111111111j111. James' Woman's Auxiliary. WITH SUPPER SATURDAY Mr .and Mrs. Wayne Buttram and i I -K SD OU ,
_X -- Mrs. Gladys McCoy, Mrs. George Timothy Elder Will ,family. Mr. Amos is Mrs. t- Church
r0` Barn Dance Honors odkiHns Mrs. Ben ickens, r Serve Beach Church intrort 1 1 rch
..o4seeat an outdoor sup- i dvertslng doesn't ost ItAYS JUNE a
Teen Agers Saturday per at the home of Mrs. Adkins on i b- a B s o
S June 2 in honor of Misses Iris Timothy Elder is acting pastor .
ECrista Duren and Diane Lay en- Poole, Anne Parker and Booth this summer at the Beach Pre'sby-
tertained wtha barn dance Sat- Poole teria Churh and already is a Y Cord T Attend
urday at the Duren home Son Hun- work in the field. The young church A e r iay l S To A ttend
ECL ter ircle. Honorguest was Marie Visiting In New York is growing in its interest and in- 0 e1 h.u h
Talley, who celebrated her birthday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Canavino" fluence. for V.flv ` '_- lcr
A L recently. and Miss Joyce Davis are spending There will be a Bible School for : 'ir
Punch, cake, peanuts .and potato a week in Elmira, N. Y., and Allen- the Beach in July an dalsoa weekREV O Psor
FOR JUNE ONLY chips were served town, Pa., visiting Mr. and Mrs. of meetings held by Re. Ned IverV. J. Oor
SInvitwere erve. Thomas Malanoski, parents of Mr. on of Augusta, Ga. opening July SUNDAY SCHOOL,-...- 9:45 a.m.
NOW YOU CAN OWN A vitedCanavino and Mr. ad Ms. Tony members of the 15.Those residents,and visitors of MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
younger, set. this area that need a place of wor- MORNING WORSHIP :00 a..
A CONSOLE SET Assisting their daughters were Germano in Allentown. ship are cordial invited to come to BAPTIST TRAINING 6:45 p.m.
Mrs. Walter Duren and Mrs. Fen-led To New Orleans the Beach Church at Beacon Hill EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
For The Price Of A Table Model non Talley. Mraled To New Orleans ext Sunday morning. PRAYER SERVICE (W'e'-;:,Li.y) 7:30 p.rn.
____ __Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mazarol were ..
Also CARD OF TIHANKS called to New Orleans, last Thurs- In The Hospital Corner LnO AvenUe .'U 6 Street
2-Yh W T Tub *Te family of the late Raymond day due to the death of Mrs. Maza- Kirk Hart, father of P. G. Hart LongW e e
2-Year Warranty On The Picture Tube H. Marshall wishes to thank the role's father. They are expected to of Beacon Hill, is seriously in VISITORS ALWAYS W LCOME
many friends for the beautiful return .today, the Municipal Hospital. VIS.R LWA i "EC O
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NEWS FROM
Highland View
By Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan
PHONE 7-5053
Clinton Cox and son Gene left
for Birmingham Sunday to attend
the graduation of Mary Cox from
Southeastern Bible College.
Friends of Mrs. Lee Whittington
will be glad to know she is improv-
ing from a recent operation at the
Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. James Shuler of
Hosford visited Mr. and' Mrs. Ben-
nie Frank Faircloth and family this
week end.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters'spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Messer of Panama City.
John Hewett visited Willie Ray
Praxton in Washington County
Hospital in Chipley Wednesday
night. *
Mrs. Clarence Whitfield spent the
day Monday in Wewahitchka.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitfield of
Baytown, Texas spent last week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
- Clarence Whitfield.-
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rosier of TMc-
Clenny spent the week end with
Mr and Mrs. Sam Armstrong and
family.
Mrs. James W. Johnston of
Stairke is visiting Mrs. Annie Wil-
liamson for a few weeks..
iCpl. Douglas Willianmson of
Washington, D. iC. is visiting his
family on leave. He will return to
duty on June 17.
Mr. and Mrs. .. D. Leece of
Grand Rapids, Mich., are visiting
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. ,George Leece of Palm
Blvd.
The Ralph (Budyd) Maddox are
moving to Panama City to make
[their future home. We regret los-
'ling them.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Charlie Revels and
family of Geneva, Ala., visited Rev.
and Mrs. F. Adams and family
this week end.
Libby Adams is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Emmett Hughes and family
and also Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rev-
els and family of Geneva, Ala. '
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Phelps and
Brenda Sue of Lake Waccamaw,
N. C., visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Phelps this week end.
iC. A. Phelps, would like for his
friends to know he is. home after
a few days stay in the Municipal
Hospital.
Kate Rhames is home after vis-
iting her brother Ly.iwood Rhames
of Albuquerque, N. M.
Woodrow Adams of Jacksonville
visited his aunt, Fannie Mae Mc-

Millan Saturday.
'The children of the Highland


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I would like to express my ap- ig andg View WMU n .
preciatlon for the many visits, the Has Business Meeting iThe hurch Monday
flowers, the kind deeds of myTeuoG 'ote
friends and neighbors, to the nur- The Junior G. A.'s o fthe High-
es and doctors during my taya The Highland View WMU met land View Baptist Church met at
the MunicipalaiHospital.- Monday at 3:00 .p.m. for their busi- the church, at 4:15 Monday. Sara'
Sincerely, ness meeting. Mrs. Ralph Macom- Cumbie read John 12:32. Mrs. L.
P LP ber, the president presided 'and F. Adams led in the opening pray-
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Mrs. Belle DuBose. The group sang was said by ,the group. The group
View Elementary iSchool were treat- the TWMU .song after which the busi- sang the first stanza, of the G. A.
ed to a beach party last Friday,
by the teachers and parents. Swim- ness of the month was attended to. hymn. The title of the program was
ming was enjoyed after which the Mrs. Lillie Echols dismissed with "An Office Called" Sara Cumbie
children had a picnic lunch, prayer. : dismissed withy prayer.
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HOME RULE VOTE BLOCKED
Leon Circuit Judge Hugh Taylor, one of
the most highly respected judges on the circuit
bench, has handed down a ruling permanently
enjoining Secretary of State Gray from certi-
fying the Dade County home rule amendment
to be included on the November general elec-
tion balot. If the Supreme' Court substains Judge
Taylor's ruling the proposed amendment is dead.
The purpose of the amendment was challen-
ged by a Miami real estate dealer, whose at-
torney contended the home rule but actually a
revision of the entire constitution, in that it com-
pletely changed six articles of the constitution.
The constutition provides that any proposed
amendment must deal with a single article only.
Judge Taylor agreed with the argument of
Harold Golden, who represented the real es-
tate man. He said it attempts to vest in the
county some. legislatative powers "primarily of
state concern" and would vest a, substantial
part of the state's judicial powers in courts
other than those created by the present con-
stitution. He said the "home rule" amendment
amounts to "more than a revision of a single
article of the constitution and therefore could
not validly be proposed by the Legislature."
As the Supreme Court has sustained Judge
Taylor's ruling in other interpretations of the.
constitution, notably the eligibility suit in the
Collins case, it is believed he will. be substained
in this instance. That would mean the amend-
ment will not be included on the November
ballot. -
It had been the hope that the amendment
would be approved by the electorate in Novem-
ber, as it would have given Florida's most pop-
ulas county an opportunity to show what can


THE STAR
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Jo*, Florida, By The Star Publlthing Company
WESLEY R. BAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
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tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable (or
damages further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
Is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts;
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
Is lost* the printed word remames.

be done with a more efficient system of local
government. It possibly might have opened the
way for a state-wide home rule law, such as
has been enacted, and is operating successfully.
in our neighboring state of Georgia. Former
Senator Wallace E. Sturgis, chairman of the Con-
stitutional Revision Commission, some time ago
issued a statement in which he said the commis-
sion was giving serious thought to including a
home rule section in the draft of a proposed(
new constitution. of Florida.
Home rule is a cousin to states rights. The
Democratic party stands for states rights, and
it should stand for home rule at the city-county
level. Now that It has been blocked, if county
and city officials are to be give a wilder lati-
tude in conducting their governmental affairs,
the home rule theory will have to be advanced


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that make for pleasant personal re-DEI UlA E
nations. These are the acts that Unwc I DA


SL A %J I r I help us to get along better with
By RUSSELL KAY ourselves.
"What about our children, now
in the rat race for pelf? Our only
Plato Winder, the storekeeper at hope in retrospect is that we give
Atax, Florida, writes a column for them a puppy of kitten, that we
the Stuart News. I have never had teach them to love and care for the
t l creatures of the forest, the air and
the privilege of meeting the gentle-the water. It is easy to be kind to
man, but I do enjoy his writings. someone who can help you or repay
He talks a lot of sense and I'd like you in" some form, but the acts that
to pass on a 'bit from one of his mould the soul are those where we
recent columns. are kind for kindness' sake."
Discussing the subject of child Parents would do well to ponder
training, he says: "Most of us be- over the wisdom of the modern
lieve our own children are cute Plato. Too many' of us have the
until we discover that we have mistaken idea that success and hap-
waited too long to lay a restrain- piness is obtainable only by push-
ing hand on them and that they are ing' others around. We deliberately
now well on the road to a selfish, cultivate selfishness and greed as
grasping life like their parents be- we make our way.through life and
fore them. We didn't want to be encourage our children to follow
selfish, ambitiousand grasping our- in our footsteps.'
selves, but by the time we found We let them have their own way
we were we had .learned that route when it is not good' for them to
and weren't happy unless we kept have it. When Johnny slaps his sis-
on it. ter and takes her bike away from
"Ambition unfits a person for her, we say Johnny will be a BIG
any other kind of life; you have to man some day. He is aggressive.
keep on getting, getting, getting, He knows what he wants and he
of you are miserable. On the other gets it. When he pulls the cat's
hand when you sucked in getting tail or kicks the dog we let him
you find that it doesn't bring hap- get away with it. A dog isn't im-
pinesA. portant, he can't go on your note at
"The strange thing about the the bank or help you up the ladder
man who Is completely succeaaful to success.
at getting is that he becomes eith- ,So Johnny grows up to be just
er a monster emotionly and has no another successful but unhappy
feeling for anyone or anything or person because no one took the
else he takes to the bottle or some trouble to teach him that giving is
other form of forgetfulness. so much more important than get-
"Not at first, of course; he is ting and that personal kindness
too engrossed- in getting at that and consideration -of others, no
time, but later as the chips accum- matter how trivial, -is more worth-
ulate and he has time -to speculate while and pays greater dividends
and draw conclusions, he finds he than the accumulation of pelf.
ia trapped -in his own net. He tried .-
ball games, fishing, radio, TV, mus- SOLOMON, W. BROWN
Ie, hunting, but nothing does him IS STUDYING MEDICINE
any -good. Then he takes to the bot-
tle and gets tis fellow feeling vi- Solomon W. Brown, 213 Avenue
earioushy. A., Port St. Joe, is studying medi-
'"l sounds .simple to say so, but cine at Meharry Medical College
the only treasures we lay up for under provisions of the Southern
our old age are the acts we did for Regional Education Board's inter-
those who could not do anything state contract program.
for us. It is very strange, but very Regional education contracts at-
true that 'the more I give to Thee, ford educational opportunities in
the more I have.' the fields of medicine, dentistry,
"Not to shoot a rabbit who is veterinary medicine, and social
helping himself -to the beans in my work for citizens of Southern
garden; to take the time and carry states which have no institutions'
a turtle off the -highway to safety; offering such programs.
to remove a tick from a dog'a ear; StarWantAdsGetResult
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IN FLORIDA

GAINESVILLE-A definite drop
In the Incidence of American foul-
brood disease among bee colonies
in Florida is looked for now that
the feeding of sulfathiazole has
been discontinued.
Beekeepers in the state maintain
that it should be less in evidence
with the return to the old control
method of destroying infected bee
colonies.
The treatment of American foul-
brood with sulfathiazole was per-
mitted under former state regula-
tions.
The decision to discontinue use
of sulfathiazole was made by the
State Plant Board on May 17 upon
the recommendation of Plant Com-
missioner Ed L. Ayers. The coni-
missioner suggested the regulation
missioner suggested the regula-
tion be rescinded after listening to
briefs presented by beekeepers dur-
ing a hearing two days earlier.
Most recent estimates place the
loss of bee colonies in the state
due to foulbrood at slightly less
than one per cent. The ailment, a
bacterial disease of the larvae or
immature stage of the honeybee, is
found in the brood nest of the col-
noy and has absolutely no effect
on the honey produced.
'The State Plant Board presently
services the bee industry with a
Chief Apiary Inspector and eight
assistants.


Leaving For Colorado
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Smith, Mrs.
Allen Whealton, Stephen Whealton
and Mickey Thompson leave Sat-
urday, June 2, to attend the wed-
ding of Margaret Anne Sulfridge to
Charles William Hagemelster. She-
phen Whealton and Mickey Thomp-
son will be members of the wedd-
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geddle will
leave on Tuesday, June 5 to at-
tend the wedding of Peggy Sul-
fridge to Charles Hagemeister in
Denver, Colorado.
The first party expects to visit
Carlsbad Caverns en ,route to Den-
ver. The Geddies plan to return
by Hot Springs, Arkansas.

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Seniors Are Honored
With Party May 22
The Senior Class, their sponsors
and dates were honored with a
graduation party Tuesday night,
May 22 by John Blount and the em-
ployees of the St. Joe Furniture
and Appliance Company, in the
firm's store building.
The guests were greeted by the
employees and were told there was
a gift for each senior placed some-
where in the store. The gift hunt
afforded much amusement. The
boys' find were overnight bags and
"Otto the Autograph Dachshund"
wearing black graduation caps for
the girls.
The refreshment table was cOv-
ered with a lace cloth and the
punch bowl was outlined *with
greenery and purple and yellow
flowers.
Mrs. Grace Meyer, Mrs. John
Blount, Mrs. Malzie Baldwin and
Mrs. Jenny rSmith served assorted
sandwiches, nuts, mints and punch
to approximately 60 guests.
John Blount, Doug Baldwin. John
Smith, the editor and Paul Blount
broused around wishing they were
Seniors again.
Paul Blount took movies of the
affair and they will be available
for anyone to see after they are
developed.


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS


;S'Sgt. and Mrs. Ivis Pinter and
children of Orlando, Fla., were the
week end' guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Norris and Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Dykes.
We are sorry to say that Creel
Scott is ill and his many friends
wish him a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold 'Hall of
Charleston, ISouth Carolina are
spending several weeks visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ray of Al-
tha were the Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. Ray. -
Miss Jeny Kay Norris is spend-
ing several weeks in Orlando vis-
iting with. &Sgt. and Mrs. Ivis E.
Painter.
Carl Deese returned home Sat-
urday after spending several days
in.Houston, Texas visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Bomgay.
Mrs. Edgafr Deese and children
spent several days in Panama City
visiting with friends and relatives.
iSULFRIDGE-HAGEMEISTER
Mr. and, Mrs. Dayton R. Sulfridge
of Denver, Colorado, have announ-
ced the approaching marirage of
their daughter Margaret Anne to
Charles William Hagemeister, of
Port Collins, Colorado, on June 10.,
at the Ascension Episcopal Church
in Denver.
The Sulfriage lamly tave visit-
ed Port St. Joe inalny times. She
being. the sister of Mrs. R. W.
Smith, Mrs. J. H. Geddie, and Mrs.
Allen Whealton.

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nedy .of Oak Grove announce the
birth of a son, David Carlton- on
IMay 1. Weight 7 pounds, 14 ozs.
Mr. and Mrs. Iris Elijah Furney
oe Port St. Joe announce the birth
of a son, Philip Shannon on May !.
V'eight 8 pounds, 5 ounces.
CARD OF THANKS
\Ve wish to express to our many
ilriends our sincere thanks for your
pinrayers .and gracious indulgences
during the crucial moments of
Neese's. accident as well as later.
Neese is now at home to her many
f2rids-and we sincerely hope to
heop her here during the period of
recuperating.'
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SMaoy I ibrth of a daughter Brenda Gail,
mI n, -- e nMWeight 7 pounds and 3 ounces on
White or Fot St- oe n rc e May 12.
a birth oft so, Tony ichael. Mr. and Mrs. James Bronzell
weight 9 pounds an- a10d ,O-.ces on Ward of Wewahltchka announce
M ay 3 the birth of a daughter Iris Anue ll
Mr.U a5 iy5 .s. CEA D FS ee o weight 5 pounds, 10 ounces on MaT
SMr., Y-rs. au Peek of1.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jack John- Hhl n Mr. and Mrs. pi, McCray Du.
o o highland View announce the a pree of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of a daughter, Kathy Ann, Mr. and C Wibur Daa-birth o a on e
SN et,-e ight 8 pounds and 15 ounces o;
weight 9 pounds and 1 ounce. oniels of Wewahitchka anonce the May 16
--_____ _o __'-__-.i-__ --: .... I .. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas mith
S- of Panama City announce the birth
SRADIATORS of a daughter Patty Marie, weight
S CLEANED, FLSh 5 pounds and i0 ounces on May 24.
STARTERS Mr. aond Mrs. Willard 'Ferre
-lliSTARTE'RS%" -- Smith of Port St. Joe, announce the
'birth of a daughter Connie Jean-
REPAIRED nd EXl,{.` -D nette, weight 8 pounds and 1 ounce
.. on May 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Morris Kirk-
'-land of Kenney's Mill announce the
PSate ," birth of a daughter Charlotte Ann,
-weight 7 pounds and 10 ounces on
Phone BAI 7-9291 223 May 22.
S l Mr. and Mrs. W rren Clarence
.__.._ .. .Whitfield, of Port St. Joe announce
'".- the birth of a son, William Moreli
weight 7 pounds and 4 ounces. on
%ay r27.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ray Pickron
P IAof ,,,,,. view announce the'
birth of a daughter Audrey Elaine,
weight S pounds and I ounce on
&4May 27.
IMr. and Mrs. C. M. Parker of
(1856 -- Mexico Beach announce the birth
of a son, Charles McGowin on May
7. Weight was 5 lbs. 1 oz.


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amazing you'll never stop ,,!M.-g about them. So to
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TH3E. ~~.. PoST si. .3. G Uc-UF COUNTY,


I Am Deeply Grateful-

For the confidence vote that elected me
County Commissioner from District 3. I1
shall endeavor to merit that confidence.


G. S. CROXTON

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MY THANKS
ft does my heart good to know that so
many people all over the county have so
much confidence in me.
You may rest assured that your confidence
was not misplaced. My purpose will al-
ways be to serve the whole county fairly,
being mindful of the interests of all.

A. J. STRICKLAND


SPECIAl, SERVIQOR secretary
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:OR FAST, EFFiCIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
FOR SALE: 1952 4-door Dodge. Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors re -
New tires. paint and seat covers. paired, also.
$350. H. S. Lilius. Ito
Keys Made While You Wait
! FOR RENT: Small furnished house e While You Wait
For couple only. 311 Woodward 35c EACH
j Ave. Phone 7-3726. BICYCLE PARTS 8AMARI
WESTERN AUTO OF,-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. days, 7: WESTERN AUTO F-
516 Third St. -ft6-7 Reel Parts and Repairs members
MAr WANTED: for J. R. Watkins 'ADE US that useless article for brethren
aer. ee or write W. L. Bur- something. useful. STOP and THERE
K U .. 6 ealir Box 482. Port St. Joe. "WAP. munici
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house with E. TOM PRIDGEON No. 111
bath on 7th St., at Highland View E tMte PDIEO ce 8:00 p.M
Pricedtose or call. Jake Ga- BAIl 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. dially In
vin. Phone 7-2681. FOR RENT: Furnished house. J.
ELL OR LEASE: !hOld Breeze KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE- F.
buicdiling ill \\ owahitchka. Easy FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li- __
e Irns, Repair Lo -uit tenant. C. F.
anlon, l'ione iNE 7-2361. Wowa-t ensed electrical contractor. All ALCOH(
ilctchkea, tfc4-19 kinds electric and refrigeration, Ameri
service and installation. Phone a disease
USED PIANOS -3032. tic sons, no
from $25.00 -- question.
MELODY MUSIC MART F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav- wide fel
137 Harrison Ave. ing money see us for anything onymous
Panama City, Florida you need in your home. STOP and St. Joe
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR SWAP SHOP. ings twi


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Special discounts to
Churches and Civic Groups
All \Vork Guaranteed
CHARLES A. SCURLOCK
Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St.


WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
STHE AMERICAN LBIION. Meet-
Ing 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. Jo.,(-;-:) Chandter No. 56. Ri A
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LOYAL ORDER
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Meetings at Moos*
Hall, 310 Fourth St
Meeting night ev.
ery other Monda3


ITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. .
*Meets first and thid Thurb
30 p. m. in Masonic Hal. Al
s urged to attend; visiting.
invited. G. F. Lawrence,
WILL BE a regular com-
ation of Port St. Joe Lodge
, F&AM Friday, June 8,
i. All Master Masons cor-
.vited.
B. GRIFFITH, W. M.
W. CHANDLER, Sec.
OLI-SM, recognized by the
can Medical Association as
se is no respector of per-
r is it essentially a mao:ai
A group of the new world-
flowship of Alcoholics An-
s has beeii formed in Port
and is now holding meet-
ce a week. All persons de-
he services of this group
tact P. 0. Box 241 or call
6416.

*ICE TO CREDITORS
HE COUNTY JUDGE'S
IT OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA I
state of JOHN POUNSEL,
d.
editors of the estate of
unsel, deceased, are hereby
and required to file any
or demands which they may
ai.nst said estate in the of-
the County Judge of Gulf
Florida, in the court house
rahitchka, Florida, within
calendar months from the
the first publication of this
Each claim or demand must
riding and must state the
residence and post office
of the claimant and must
n to by the claimant, his
his attorney, or it will be-
id according to law.
3, 1956 4t
a Lee Pounsel
Linistratrix of the estate of
! Pounsel, deceased.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
GULF COUNT, FLORIDA will do all in
FfOSSIE L. DUREN. )
Vi 2" i the trust you
JOHN P. DUREN, Et als. )
NOTICE TO: John P. Duren, whose address return me 1fo
is: c/o General Delivery, Daleville, Alabama.
On or before 2 July A.D., 1956, the de- I'Sta ete ni,-s
fendant, John P. Duren, is required to serve
upon, Ernest 0. Wimberly, Attorney At Law
303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, Florida,
;plaintiff's attorney, a copy of, and file with
the Clerk of this Court the original of, an
'answer to the Complaint as amended pray-
ing for divorce filed against him herein.
Witness my hand and seal of said court
at Wewahitchka, Gulf County, Florida; this i
the 30th day of .May, A D., 1956. C e
GEORGE Y. CORE
As Clerk of said 'Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
May 31, June 7, 14, 21, 1956.


Results At 6-,nja~l .Csto


of confidence in me. I
my power to live up to
i have placed in me to
r another term in the
ure.
Sincerely,
Ga*i I.


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IT'S GOOD EIN[G
SA DRUG S-RM...
with a HEART
We are many t to many people
-a place to buy toothpaste, choc-
e late malts, a paper, cigarettes,
* lipstick, to ask .'.T. '.,' hone,
stand in out of *' wel-
come all of these f .t com-
pared to our reason-forheling, they
are incidental. For we started out
or. gim all ,. i.r, '.,' as your Phar-
Ir, 9.1l 'r,,l ,i i l r-r--'n- n our
S Rexall Pharmacy is 1 ,'. HEART
of our business. II is our pride and
the first thing we'd like to have re-
i membered.
We ir: rral fI for the privilege of
compoaurj, ir ,, ".. drugs your ,i--tnr
prescribes to improve your j .,..
Remember us the n xt time you
need a prescription filled. We are
always happy to seru you.



Buzzett's Drug Store
PHONE 7-1371


Constitution Park Museum Reports

10,952 Visitors Since Opening Doors

A report from the Museum for Square painting: F. S. M. No.
the month of May shows that dur- 19749, "Violant Palma". The oldest
ing the month, 607 visitors register-'daughter of Jacopo Palma, Sr,, the
ed making, a total of 10,962 visitors Venetian painter, 1487-1.928, paint-
registered since the Museum open- ed by the artist himself. From the
led on December 16. Noszky collection at the Florida
iSix school groups visited the mu- State University.
seum during the month. Booth These paintings are hung over
Poole's 11th grade history class; the mantel in a reconstructed room
Duel A. Hudson's two history class- of a St. Joseph home in 1839. Here
es; Miss Alice Andrews' 7-B So- are shown everyday items that are
cial Study group; Mrs. James L. typical of early 19th century life
Gaison's Civic 9th grade class and in Florida. Included in this exhibit
Duel A. Hudson's 9th grade Civic is a life-size figure in 19th Century
class. dress and bonnet.
S-A great amount of research by
Of interest to the public is the
information on the oval painting museum staff members was nec-
over the mantel. "Baroness Von essary in order to make the ex-
Geyso". Painted in. oil by Henrich hibits authentic.
Samuel' Lohe, in 1770. This lady was
the great grandmother of Baron Visitors Here
Von Noszky, Christiana Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Boyer of
Henrietta Von Beulwiz, Maine Olste Beebc, Arkansas, Gertrude Boyer
Fochter, C. A. Von Beulwitz mar- of Indianapolis, Indiana and Mrs.
ried to Otto Ludwig Von Platho, H. H. Tillman of Atlanta, Ga., are
\A. P. Zedwitz." From the von visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Noszky collection at Florida State Ramsey and Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Museum. Boyer.


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will present their annual gradua- I --'
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Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
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Paul Edwin, who is home after four
years In the Navy; Donald, who is
home for the summer from FSU


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We have just completed our inventory and found lots of good values that we must move.
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED ALL SALES FINAL. Attention! Home Owners, Boarding and
Apartment House Operators and owners of cottages. Many items not listed. Floor Sam-
ples. New and Used Pieces.


1 Blonde, 1 Mahogany -- WAS $59.50
2 Lane Cedar Chests --- $44.95
1 Blonde, 1 Walnut WAS $49.95
2 Lane Cedar Chests -- $39.95
Blonde, Modern WAS $89.95
1 Double Dresser Base $49.95
Blonde Modern WAS $49.95
1 Bar Bed----- $29.95

Modern Walnut Finish Includes double Dresser, Bar Bed and
Chest WAS $149.95
1 3-Pc. Bedroom Suite .- $119.95

Walnut Finish, Bed, Vanity, Chest, Bench, Used WAS $59.95
4-Pc. Bedroom Suite -... $39.95
Double Dresser (Mirror Short) 'Poster Bed, Chest WAS $159.95
3-Pc. Bedroom Suite -- $99.95
,Maple A BARGAIN Used WAS $19.95
4-Drawer Chest ------$12.95
Modern Grey Finish WAS $49.95
DESK CHEST ---------$29.95
Like New, Blonde Used WAS $139.95
BEDROOM SUITE -------. $99.95

Walnut Finish, Plate Mirror WAS $19.95
1 Used VANITY $12.95
Solid Wood, Ready to finish WAS $29.95
2 5-Drawer CHESTS .. $22.95


Modern, Wrought Iron WAS $129.95
7-Pc. DINETTE $79.95
Mahogany A VALUE Used ~ WAS $49.95
1 Used BUFFETT -- $34.95


Modern, Mahogany Wood WAS $99.95
1 BLONDE BUFFETT


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Assorted Finishes VALUES TO $21.95
17 DINING CHAIRS- $9.95

Sofa, Chair, 3 Tables, 2 Lamps WAS $199.95
7-Pc. Living Room Suite. $149.95

Blue Velour Cover Used WAS $19.95
2-Pc. Living SUITE -- $9.95

1 Wood Arm, 1 Covered Arm Used -- WAS $12.95
2 Used SOFA BEDS $6.95
Reconditioner, Your Choice Used WAS $89.95
2 Automatic Washers ... $59.95

7-Way WAS $12.95
4 FLOOR LAMPS .. $7.95

Your Choice VALUES TO $14.95
14 TABLE LAMPS -$4.95

Your Choice VALUES TO $9.95
11 TABLE LAMPS $2.95

Some Used Bring Your Window Size VALUES TO $6.95
25 Odd NEW BLINDS $1.50


Wood, 5 Pieces WAS $34.95
Assorted Finishes Values to $18.95
5 NITE STANDS --.. $8.95 PATIO GROUP --$1995


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Metal Beds, Coil Springs and Cotton Mattresses Used
WAS $29.95
2 SINGLE BEDS, Complete_ $19.95

Coil 'Springs Used WAS $12.95
3 DOUBLE SPRINGS $7.95

Cotton, Your Choice Used WAS $4.95
7 DOUBLE MATTRESSES $2.95

Dougle Used WAS $14.95
3 Innerspring Mattresses $9.95

New Box Spring to Match Some Innerspring WAS $29.95
4 Single Mattresses .- $22.95

New Double -WAS $39.95
3 Innerspring Mattresses $27.95


New, Double Floor Samples WAS $59.50
2 Innerspring Mattresses


Walnut Finish, Sturdy Construction Used WAS $99.95
9-Pc. Dining Suite .... $69.95


2-Piece Kroehler WAS $249.95
Living Room Suite --- $199.95


Plastic Arm WA'S $79.50
SOFA BED

Assorted Colors WAS $29.95
6 SWIVEL CHAIRS


$59.50


419.95


Rubber Cushions BARGAIN WAS $329.95
PULMAN SLEEPER $199.95


Simmons Toast WAS $249.95
Hide-A-Bed SOFA
Linoleum Type WAS $6.95
16 9x12 RUGS


199,95


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SMaple, 1 Blonde WAS $24.95
3 BABY BEDS .---... $19.95


Chrome, Excellent Condition Used WAS $39.95 Green and White Used WAS $14.95
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