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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 14, 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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\ PORT ST. JOE
S A Progrete "
Community With a
Modern, Progrewlve
SWeekly Newspaper


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THE I STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinu6d Development of
Gulf County
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Port St. Joe The Oulet Port for the Apalachicolo-Ghattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XIX OORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1956 Single Copy So NUMBER 42


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY

Do you take the Mobile Register?
,If you- do, how about looking
down in the lower -right hand cor-
ner of the front page every day
for "The Country Parson". He is
good.
The other day he said: "I don't
like my people to criticize sinners
-the sinners don't need critics,
they need good examples."
Sage advice, my friends.
How many of us try-to give a
word of advice these days instead
of a kick in the place we figure it
will do the most good?
As the old fellow once said, "It's
easier to be critical than to be
right".
We don't believe that criticism
is to just vanish out of this world.
We do believe that one can be
critical in a helpful way and- just
because you don't like or agree
with a person that you should' do
all in your powei to ridicule him
before his neighbors and friends.
Try a little helping hand the
next time you desire to be critical
and understand the person's mo-
tives you are criticizing before you
let go with a broadside in his di-
rection.
You would be surprised at how
many times there is no need for
criticism, but a lot of cooperation.


RocheS




Protest




May VG tA



Declares Irregularities Enough To

Make Election Void
6 C 0


W. C. Roche, candidate for Coun-
ty Commissioner in District 1 in
the May elections filed papers of
protest against the Second Pri-
mary election held on May 22'
'Roche filed his protest with Coun-
ty Clerk, George Y. Core on Friday
of last week.
'He listed several charges in the
complaint filed against the County
Board of Commissioners, the Coun-
ty Judge, and the Supervisor of
Registration, Mrs. C. G. Rish, who
made up the canvassing board ac-
cepting the election count of the
pollholders.
iRoche charged that Republicans
were allowed to vote a Democra-
tic ticket; pollholders in various
precincts were changed without
proper publication of their chan-


So now the bus strikes have in- ges and irregularity in talTl
vaded Florida, counts.
They are shameful. We are em- The canvassing board, made up
barrassed that there could be such of the above named people, has 20
people in Florida, as to stir up days from the date of filing to an-
animosity between people. swer the charges. At this time the
A thing about these strikes of case will come before the Circuit
course, always brings about the Judge for a decision.
amateur solutions of the -problems. If the Circuit Judge rules in fa-
And, one of the solutions will prove vor of Roche's complaint he can
workable.
Our solution s this. Recognizing St
the fact that the bus lines claim Work To Start On
about 70% of their load is colored,
we would advocate enlarging the Overpa ss June 22
colored section of the bus. We can
understand the feelings of a colored
person getting on a bus with only The State Road Department
a few in the white section and the this week reported that work is
colored section full. He then has scheduled to begin by June 21 on
to stand, even though there are a $302,534 construction project
plenty of unoccupied seated. on State 'Road 30 in Gulf County.
A contract for this work was
Now would be a good time for executed with Coggin and Deer-
all the organizations in the city to mont of Chipley, who were the
get together and start planning a apparent low bidders when the
city-wide picnic and celebration project was let on May 3.
for the Fourth of July. The Fourth Work on this project is sche-
is in the middle of the week and duled to take 250 working days
not many people can leave town. for completion, and consists of
It would be a good ,thing to have constructing a-n overpass bridge
a community picnic with the ac- over the Apalachicola-Northern
companying games and contests to 'Railroad in Port St. Joe.
provide a good time for the entire
city at one time. mr
We all remember the good Labor Play
Day celebrations the labor unions
put on before the war. Why not I Prgram Begins
resume them? t1Program Begins

We have word that the snakes Monday, June 11
are on the prowl again.
The SiRD crew cleaning up the The summer recreation program
boulevard the other day, killed a began Monday, June 11 at the Ele-
big rattler and hung him up on a mentary 'School and will continue
pole. through the first 'week in August.
Monday morning the forestry ser- Some 50 children in grades one
vice killed a large rattlesnake near through six have registered already
the edge of town. He had eight this week. Those children who have,
rattles, not registered and would like to
We don't like snakes. do so may still register for the
If they are as scared of us as we morning or afternoon sessions, or
are of them, we both will get along both.
just fne. Swimming instruction is offered


Florida Receiving

Salk Vaccine

In Big Quantities

Florida is now receiving plenty
of Salk vaccine to meet the demand,
announces the Florida State Board
of Health this week, and all par-
ents whose children are not im-
munized against poliomyelitis are
urged to secure this protection for
them as soon as possible.
As of ay 30, 1956, only approxi-
mately one-third of the total state
population eligible to receive the
Federal Salk vaccine, ages 0-19
years, have received one or more
of the injections. Only one-fifth
have received two injections.
"We feel that all children should
have at least two shots of vaccine
for good immunity," says Dr. James
0. 'Bond, epidemiologist, Florida
State Board of Health, "and for
more complete protection they
(Continued on page 8)


in the mornings from 8:00 until
10:,30. Bob ;Smith is teaching and'
will award Red 'Cross certificates'
tn t-hnoa onnnlatin +-th reaniead


do one of several things. tie canl
declare the election void and call
for a new election. Dispose of the
ballots in which irregularities oc-
curred in the one office complained
about or all offices.
Roche was defeated by 10 votes
by A. J. Strickland of Wewahitchka
in the First District.
Roche stated to The Star that
be was bringing the alleged irregu-
larities to the forefront to see if
they cannot be prevented from hap-
pening again.


"Dead Boy" Stirs Up Much
Excitement At Drive-In

Folks at the St. Joe Drive-ln
Theatre got a scare Saturday
night.
A customer, upon leavingg the
drive-in about 12:30 after a dou-
ble feature, saw a boy lying be-
side a speaker post that had been
knocked down. The customer got
out of his car to see if the boy
was hurt or asleep.
Upon examination the boy
couldn't be awakened and ap-
peared to be dead.
The customer hurriedly noti-
fied the picture machine opera-
tor, Grover Holland, who. also
examined the boy and thought
him dead. Holland hurried back
to the concession stand and
called a Comforter ambulance
and the manager of the theatre,
Don Sports.
The ambulance arrived on the
scene and attendants started put-
ting the boy in the basket to
take himn to the hospital, when
.the boy suddenly raised up rub-
bing his eyes.
He had been asleep all the time
and the noise and confusion
finally woke him up.
He must be a sound sleeper.


FutLe leaders In Our City


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Coroner Declares Marshall
Death Was Accidental

A Coroner's Jury of Gulf County
ruled that the death of R. ,H. Mar-
shall of Port St. Joe was aciden-
tal in a session at the Court House
last Wednesday afternoon.
Marshall died by a gunshot
wound of unknown origin Thurs-
day, May 31.


The City Commision Tuesday
night voted to install a radio-tele-
phone in the police prowl car to
make the police available by tele-
phone at all time.
The Commission had discussed
installing two-way radios in the
police department some time ago
but because of the expense of the
equipment and the necessity to hire
a night-time radio 'operator, the mat-
ter was shelved.
The radio-telephone system will
work through the telephone switch-
loard and will make the police car
available at all times simply by
dialing your telephone.
With only one patrolman on duty
:at night, it has worked a hardship
on the citizens by virtue of the fact
that the ofifcer must patrol and
be away from the station telephone
a good deal of the time.
The date of installation of the
system is not known- at present,
since the city must apply for a'
Federal Communications Commis-


,Ar W .;..'- ." 0 ... ` ... ... -. s oim permit to op -rtie the system
Tujr w.N v, ltt tJ:. lii liustv. 0 weeks, u' -, r years, 'arn, 2 before it can be put into operation.
years, children of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burch. Bottom row, left The sets have already been, or-
to right, W. E., 8 years. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thursday; dered and the permit applied for.
Bobby, 5 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Pop,' and 1 loyd, 11 l
years, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley. Last Rites Are Held
.. For Kirk W. Hart

SKirk ar, 73was taken by
.' .. dea th at the Municipal Hoepital
S" ,onday, June 11 following a linger-
-ing illness.
-flart had made his residence at
He -'acon Hill for the past seven
vt:rs and was a retired engiueer.
(iraveside services were held at
Pleasant Rest Cemetery at Over-
'treet, Tuesday, June 12 with Rev.
W \Villiam Iverson, assisted by Tim
S Elder, a s ix g Active pallbear.
-i-,s were Chuck Gibson, Kenne.l:
SCreech, Roland Hardy, Jack Prince
S. a 'Arthur Lupton and J. R. Guilford.
.... .Survivors include one son, Parker
G. Hart of Beacon Hill; one-daugh.
'ier, Mrs. James Foust, Goldston, N.
-J C., and six grandchildren.
TO iAOW: Left to right, Bobby 4t' years and Barbara 7 years Comforter Funeral Home was i
children of Mr. and Mrs. fThrvey -Allen. D)ale, 4', son of Mr. charge of arrangements.
and Mrs. Willard Fuqua. Bottom row, lI:'.i.-lit 9, Curtis,.12
and Eric 11, children of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. IIammnond. TO PREACH AT HIGHLAND
-__ VIEW METHODIST CHURCH
Dr. A. E. Middlebrooks, District
Saints Defeat Wewja lvIn Superintendent of the Marianna
Here T J L Mrs. Wesley tR. Ramsey are District will preach at the Highland
Here Ty spending a few weeks i Warner View Methodist Church at the
Robins. Georgia visiting MArs. Ranm- Sunday night services.
Thursday night the Saints ook -----
Wewahitchka by a score of 7-5., sy's parents, Mr. ad Mrs. II. 1 To reduce overcrowding on
Manager Hamm went the nine in- Wooden. The old man is still at railroads, India's lines plan to buy
nings with Murdock behind the home working. 700 new coaches.


to those co mp eung m'e equia e
numberf h-ur. plate. Tom McDaniel pitched for
number of hours.
n Wewahitchka with Cas.kin behind
The afternoon sessions will con- the plate.
sist to outdoor games, arts aid A large crowd was on] hand to
crafts, indoor games,- story hours witness this fine game. Many nim-
and a film program once each week bers of the Little League attended
The film program is scheduled the game as guests of the Saints.
for each Tuesday afternoon at 1:30. The local team will play Apala-
This film program is made possi- chicola here Tuesday night at 8 p.m.
ble to a great extent by the Wo- -- .
man's Club of Port 'St. Joe. This Leaving For Bradenton
organization contributed $ 25.00 Mrs. A. J. Owens. is leaving Fri-
wlich has been used for the rental day for Bradenton to attend the
of the films. wedding of her nephew, Doyle Per-
The schedule of films is as fol- ry Sunday.
lows:
June 12, "Little Hiawatha", a car- ing".
toon. July 10: "This Is Little L-ag'Iu",
June 19, "Wheels Across the An- "Heidi".
des, "Rumplestillskin" and "Gin-j July 17: "Beaver Valley" (\Valt
ger", a story of a boy and his dog. Disney production), "Soap Box
June '26; "Treasure Islan d, Derby", "Three Fox Fables".
"Sleeping Beauty", "Elmer Ele- July 24: "Mozart's Wondt-rland"
phant", a cartoon. "Ugly Duckling".
July 3: "Day at Florida's Silver July 31: "African Adventure,
Springs". 'Adventures of Huckle- "Three Little Kittens", "Tortoise
berry Finn, "Lifeliner-Life Say and the Hare".


First Two of Three Readings Are

Heard To Call Referendum.

The City Commission heard the the regular recessed meeting Tues-
first two readings of a resolution day night.
calling for a referendum election The resolution was read before
for the purpose of granting the the commission one time in full


Florida Power Company a new 30
year contract, at the conclusion of


and one time by title only, as re-
quired, by the City Charter. The
third and final reading of the reso-
lution will be heard at the regular
meeting of the Commission next
Tuesday.
The new franchise is being called
for five years early as the present
franchise doesn't run out until 1961.
'The new franchise, if granted by
a majority vote of the freeholders
in the city, will give the city the
opportunity to share in the profits
of the utility for the next 30 years.
The profit sharing plan calls for the
city to receive 2 per cent of the
Texenue of the firm for the first
10 years; 3 per cent for the next
10 years and 4 per cent for th final
10 years.
Fort BSt. Joe's neighboring city,
Panama City has such an arrange-
ment with their power supplier but
they receive a flat 3 per cent for
the entire franchise period. The lo
ctl commission feels that the plan
offiled here will provide thi city
turne revenue than a straight 3 per
cen1 dividend.


PD,Ordered To Crack

Down On Speeders

The police department was giv-
en ordc -s 1by th.- ,:'..' oEommissio.
Tuesday night to crack down on
speeders throughout the city


Vandals Destroy Parts

Of Power Sub-Station

The Florida Power Corporation
reported to The Star this week that
vandals are shooting at transform-
ers at their sub-station at the foot
of 10th Street.
Officials of .the firm have good
reason to believe that young boys
are doing the shooting.
They urge that parents know
what their young boys are going to
use for targets when they go out
shooting the rifle.
Local manager 'Richard Porter
said, "besides costing the Power
Company a lot of money to replace
the damaged parts of the station,
there is a high possibility of the
sharpshooters hitting the wrong
thing that could cause a power fail-
ure in the' city for quite a few
hours".
Porter urged that parents and
the childtr .n 4' to put a stop to
the practice before something of
this nature happens.


i streets--especially youths that
persist in making race tracks of
M. H. Conger is Taken the city streets after dark.
By Death Monda- The department was instructed
y Dea Monday by the Commission to make a
F-case against anyone caught
Funeral services were held Tues- speeding as ample warning had
day afternoon for Mack Hilton Con- been given about a month ago to
ger, 70,' who died at his home in no avail.
Oak Grove Monday following a lin- The Council discussed at some
s. Te s s w The Council discussed at some
eld ilne. The service Ba ere length the "drag racing" that is
he, the Lcn A o s going on over certain city streets
Ch urch. o which Mr. Conger was late at night by teen age drivers.
a member. Rev. J. C. Odum, assist- The p d w in-
ed by Rev. Lloyd Rileyofficiated The police department was in-
Sbe o e structed to take steps to stop this
at the services practice immediately.
Conger was born in. Worth Coun- _______
ty, Georgia and moved to Port St. _
Joe five years ago. He was a re-, Work To Start On
tired Baptist minister and saw mill Whit City Paing
engineer white ty aving
Survivors include his wife, Le-
noraT two grandsons, Doyle and The State Road Department 'his
Hilton, all of Port St. Joe and one week reported that work is sche-
brother J. W. Conger of Sparks, duled to begin by June 13 on a
Ga. $41,112 construction project on
Active pallbearers were 'Leo State Road S-3'87 in Gulf County.


Kennedy, John Williams, Joe Lov-
ette, 'Harvey Larimore, Pete
Strange, Earnest Lightfoot, Jessp
Anderson, W. H. Weeks, Bill Car-
gill and Buddy Walker. Honorary
pallbearers were deacons of. the
Long Avenue Baptist Church and
Dr. Wayne Hendrix.
Interment was in 'Holly Hill
Cemetery.
,Comforter Funeral Home of Port


A contract for this work was
executed with George G. Tapper
Company, Inc., of Port St. Joe, who
was the apparent low bidder when
the project was let on May 3.
Work on this project is sche-
duled to take 69 working days for
completion, and consists of grading
and paving from State Road 71 in
White City to northwest, Beaty
Avenue in White City and Wimico


St. Joe wag in charge of arrange- Subdivision Road in White City,
ments. --


HoroK Graduates Give Addresses

Graduation services of the Senior Development, Mary Gladys Ingram; .student body at the opening of vice-president; iSonjia ,Blount, re-
Class of the Port St. Joe High Intellectual Development, Mary Cul-' school was awarded to Barbara cording secretary; Martha Costin,
School was held June 1 at 8 p.m. pepper; Social Development, Kath-, Sykes and Walter Wilder. The Year corresponding secretary; Cora Sue
on the lawn at the high school. ryn Marshall; Cultural Develop- Book Award, was given to Martha Ga Bateman, Melha Butts, Vince
Forty-one seniors received their 'ment Maartha Costin; -Spiritual De- 'Costin and Barbara Sykes. The Kilbourn, Gypsle Love, Robert Ned-
diplonius. The program opened with velopment, Oliver Harper and Con- Ministerial Association Award for ley, Jimmy Marlow, Nell Canning-
the processional "Pomp and Cir- clusion, Robert Nedley. The bene- posterss on Alcoholism was given ton, Peggy Buzier, Kathryn Mar-
c mnstance" by Elgar, played by diction was given by Gene Raft- to ,Betty Ann Ford, first prize; ,hall, Gene Raffield, Dot Sealey,
the Port St. Joe High School Band field. |Jerry Tanner, second prize and Ar- Owen Presnell, Charles Smith,
under the direction of Herman The class song was sung by the Ilene Fuller, third prize. Ann Mont- Mary Clifton, Ranza Cox, Mary
Dean, Band director. The invoca- senior .class accompanied by the gomery was awarded the Art Culpepper, Patsy Danlell, Louise
tion was given 1. lPet Munn, Sen- band. !Award for outstanding work in Art. iDaughtry, Dick Dawson, Oliver
ior C'lass president. The theme of M. P. Tomlinson awarded the Ro- Superintendent T. A. Owens award- 'Harper, Patsy Herring, Jimmy
rthe program wa. developed by sen- tary Trophy to 'Robert Nedley and ed the Diplomas. Hwoell, Grover 'Holland, Mary
iors who graduated with high hon- .Martha Costin; The American Le- The Recessional, "Festival" was Gladys Ingram, Fred Wgaes, W. L.
ors. gion Trophy awarded to the girl played by the band. Platform Smith, Billy Johnson, Billy Jordan,
"The Development of Tomor- was presented by Mrs. M. Whitaker guests were Thomas A. Owens, B. Joy Williamson, Rachael WIunbr- 1:.,
row's Citizens" was the subject and to Mary Agnes Culpepper and the iB. Scisson, Leroy Bowdoin and Barbara Sykes, Walter Wilder and
the introduction was given by Ha- boy award to Oliver Harper was Herman Dean.- John Stephens and Barbara Porter.
chael WimberIy; Physical Develop- presented by E. Money. ,,'adJu., 'iti seniors were Bert Class sponsors were Mrs. Margaret
meant, John Stephens; Emotional The School award voted by the Munn, president; Jackie Davis, Biggs and Miss Alice Andrews.


Commission Prepares To



Hold Franchise Election


Police Department Will Get Radio-

Telephone Installed In Patrol Car


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"The Harder They Foil" Tells of Rackets

In The Fight Game. Bogart Is Starred


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A movie that blasts the fight clas. Lane himself was a profes-
racket wide open, Columbia Pic- sional strong man and wrestler be-
turee' "The Harder They Fall" ap- fore he won the Toro Moreno role.
propriatel enough is inhabited by Johnny Indrisano, former welter-
more real pugilists than probably weight contender with an impres-
any other picture ever made t1 sive string of victories to his cre-
Hollywood. Starring Humphrey Bo- dit, and now a referee, served as
gart as a sports writer who relu- technical adviser.
tantly tries to go along with the Edward Andrews is also featured
racket until it sickens him to the In 'The Harder They Fall" which
point where he rips it apart with was scripted by Yordan from a
bare-knuckled fury, the new Colum- ',best-seling novel Sy Budd Schul-
bMa drama co-stars Rod Steiger and berg, Academy Award-winner for
Jan Sterling at the Port Theatre. is 'On ,the Waterfront" screeri
.Among the featured players are 'play.
two former champions of the world "
heavyweight division, Max Baer
and Jersey Joe Walcott.
Max plays t h e heavyweight
champ whose brutal punches ex-
%.lode the phony buildup given 6-
toot, 10-inch Mike Lane, as the
glaoas-awed Toro oreno, the'Latin-
American giant. As Lane's trainer
and starring partner, Jersey Joe rI
Walcott also demonstrates that he Mr. and Mrs. Wiliston Chason of
aill packs quite a punch, fistically this hity announce the birth of a
and dramatically. whon, Russell Hammond, no Thurs-
Other lesser ring luminaries who day, June 7, at Tallahassee Me-
put in an appearance in "The morial Hospital. The young man
JHarder They Fall' 'are Vinnie de w'gihied 8 lbs., 15% ozs.
Carlo, who fought as a lightweight.
and welterweight;' Tommy Hetr- Visitors Here
man, who started out as a bantam- Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hopson and
weight and is now a judge and son Stevie of Lima, Ohio and Mrs.
referee; Pat Comisky, who was a G. C. McGill and two daughters of
heavyweight contender, and %Abel Childersburg, Ala., are visiting Mr.
Fernandez also in the behemoth and Mrs. A. J. Owens.


one weeK, 15 minutes per day in
true soap opera fashion) are re
peats of plays seen on other tele-
vision dramatic shows They
even run repeats of repeats and we
wonder whether they are actually
fooling many people? Martha Scott,
we must admit, is one of the most
charming TV hostesses on 'the
air, but even she cannot save thl
show if they persist in their prea
ent policy.
PLATTER CHATTER
CAPITOL:-Hi-fi fans will d4
nip-ups at some of the terrific
discs turned out by this company
One is Dick Haymes' Raim
or Shine album-record that in.
eludes such old favorites ai
"Come Rain Or Come Shine," "I1
Might As Well Be Spring," "You'll
Never Know," "Where Or When,"
"Little White Lies," and other
ballads Dick does so well ,
Another collector's Item (1i
time) "The Eddy JDuchin Story"
selections recorded especially fol
Capitol Numbers-all piano
solos, of course-include "Dizzy
Fingers," "Chopin's Nocturne in
E Flat Major," "Body and Soul,"
"Brazil," "It Must Be True,",
"Manhattan" and "Shine On Harw
vest Moon."
A real must for anyone seeing
the play or movie "Oklahoma!" is
,the fine album recorded from the
:sound track of the movie All
'songs are done by Shirley Jones,
Gordon MacRae, James Whitmore,
Gloria Grahame, Gene Nelson and
!others responsible for the success
:of this great movie Songs are
'well known by now best are
!"People Will Say We're In Love,"'
"Oh. What a Beautiful Mornin'." eta


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pilots in simulated carrier take-offs'from Alice Myers from -South Ocala, secretary in the office of REV, UNDERHILL,
S -, tn"nand landings. Whitehouse is an out- America marked, 'Having wonder- Congressman Bob 'Sikes, second CONDUCTS SERVICES HERE
Washington lying field to 'Cecil Field-where an- ful' time ." Alice is from Palmet- vice-president; Janice Bridwell, Rev. and Mrs. Gardner D. Un-
SEE SAW other part of the expansion pro- to and is a secretary in the office Lake Butler, secretary to Congress- derhill and daughter, Donna of
SEE SAW gram is taking place. At Cecil, 90 of Congressman Jim Haley and man Billy Matthews, and Mrs. Windsor, N. C., were visitors to
by WIN PENDLETON units of housing have just been worked in his Florida office during Frank E. Wideman, treasurer. Elte- St. James' Episcopal Church over
contracted for-at a cost of $1,092,- his recent campaign. Her three tion was held in the Senate Cau- the week end. Rev. Underhill con-
HOW TO SAVE FOUR BILLION 566. week tour will take her by boat cus room. Outgoing president is ducted the 11 o'clock service and
BUCKS That's a lot of money, HOLLAND AT WORK Florida and plane to Cuba, Panama, Peru job Williamson, of Leesburg. following the service the Woman's
but freshman Congressman Paul will receive more public works and other romantic spots south of Axiliary held a covered luncheon
Rogers thinks his bill will do it. money this-year than ever before us. Called To Rome in the Parish House.
In a speech before the House he in history. Something like $16,817,-r OONVENTION VISITORS-Here Mr. and Mrs. Rush Chism were -
explained that his proposals fol- 000 was cleared for passage by the representing Jacksonville for the called to Rome, Ga,, last week end 'lvertising doesn't cost--lt pays
lowed closely some of the sugges- Senate this week. Each member of 50th Annual Convention of the Mu- due to an accident involving their
itions made in the Second Hoover Congress from Florida has worked nicipal Finance Officers Associa- son, Gene.
Report. His ideas are being back- hard for the projects in his district, Pion were: Dallas Thomas, city He received. bruises and a bro-
ed up b some 38 senators who al- 'but most of them will agree that commissioner; C. W. Hendley, city ken leg and is reported getting
ready have sponsored a similar bill Holland's position on the Senate treasurer; John W. Hillister, as- along'fine. II'
on the'Senate side. Briefly, Rogers IPublic Works Committee was the distant city auditor; -and Ray Per- -----
says that our present government key to such a large appropriation, menter, municipal inspector. Accepts Job In Mobile -
accounting system is "outdated and For example, when the Tampa ELECTION RESULTS New Mr. and Mrs. Bert Munn, Michael --
ridiculous." He -said, "Under the Harbor appropriation reached the officers for-the Florida State So- and Bob accompanied Bert Munn,
present set-up, the Congress loss Senate-Holland looked it over, city have been named. Taking ov- Jr., to Mobile, Ala., Wednesday
control of the money after it is ap- felt it was unrealistic and weak and er July 1 will be: James G. Shar- where he has accepted a job with
(propriated. Closer control would upped it by a million and a half on, Jr., Sanford, a lawyer in the the International Piper 1mopany
save billions." Paul's concern for dollars. ,Now standing at four mil- Department of Justice, president; of that city. They were the guests
the taxpayer's money comes natur- lion dollars, it should be adequate ohn Buckley, Miami, Administrative of Mr. and Mrs. !Conley Ward. .
ally, since his father was noted in for the continuation of this impor- Assistant to Congressman Fascell, -
Congress for his efforts to promote tant work-a project on which Hol- first vice-president; Nella Adams, Advertising doesn't coast. It PAYS' C
economy. land has worked for years.
MORE NAV YFOR FLORIDA NOTE ON FLORIDA The De-
Congressman Charlie Bennett has apartment of Commerce says that FURNITURE and AUTOMOBILE
announced plans to expand White- d had the gratst rat of
house field, near Baldwin, as a car- Fiorid a ut.o- p h o.e rea st rat 7.
rier landing field for training jet increase in automobile registra-
tions in 1955 of all the states of "M L
the Union. Florida's rate of in- SOt r
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Mr and Mrs. Eugene R. Williamt busMness. ..M eW .. s rrstpIIa I ... Miss Annette VW.aJu of Mobile,
a.d family of Tyndall Fie'd visited Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster and Mee At Church Mon Has Monday Meeting To St. Anne's Guild Ala., iste uest of her aunt, r
his mother, rs. J. K. William, this Mrs. Ethel Sellers spent Saturday Albert Ward.
wrck end. in,* .-', On business-cand alIo
wMEki end, in at .i on business and also The Highland View Junior G. The Woman's Missionary Society St. Anne's Guild of the WomaIn's
Mrs. Bill Lee and daughter S- visited relatives Min B o shi a nd 's met :..l..L, afternoon at 4:15 of the First Baptist Church met Auxiliary of ISt. James Episcopal
dra spent the week end in Tama Rev. and Mrs Fred pe Mcnding their aa- pm at the church. The vice-presi- Monday at 3 p.m. at the church Church met onday evening at the THAN YOU
Sandra stayed to spend her vaca- daugh r are spending their aca dent Rosa Lee Keels opened the with the president, Mrs. W. C. home of rs. Robert Bellows, Sr. T A
ticn with her grandparents, Mr. ad tLon t a awek in Winter Haven. meeting
Sereeting by reading Deu. 14:52. Pridgeon, presiding. The meeting was opened with
Mr Jand Mrs. John H Story were and aii rs. Crecil stanudord Title of the program was "Getting The singing of "Saviou.- Like A prayer by Mrs. Will Ramsey, after
Mr. and Mr. John H. Story were and family adMrs. H. Daughtry Money Right and Wrong Ways". Shepherd Lead Us" opened the which she led the discussion. This
Scaled to Jacksonville last week o Ozark, Ala., spent nSunday with Rsa LeeKels was in charge of meeting. The devotional taken g1oup is continuing a study of the.
because of the illness ofher father Re ad r.L Adthe program. from St. John 17:18-26 was --given gospel according to St. Mark.- The
| Andrew aCoxweil. r'X o i ld B:*raswell of Highland There were four members pres- by Mrs. J. 0. Baggett. Mrs. W meeting was closed with prayer.
Broncille and Jean Coxwell of I Iw and Sg. W~hc Crow of Tyl'- 'Wi
Sonville ar sendin e ad Billie Crow of Tyn- ce Carden led the opening prayer, Mrs. Bellows then served cake
J 5acksonvrille are spending, few dall l were married at 2:00 The group ,was dismisedby Routine business and reports and Cokes to the six members pres-
week wth Mr a nd Mrmily s. pm atrd afternoon at the prayer ly Mrs. F. Adams. were given by the officer and ent. The next meeting will be at -
Story and family o Kennedy Church ih committee chairmen. he home of Mis HazelBurnette
Miss Mavis E. Kennedy is spend land View wia 'Rev. Holland per, HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST
ing her vacation with her sister, I rminig the ceremony. AVING BIBLE SCHOOL Twmeein .member attended th
Mrs. William Hersey. ------ ------ Th Highland View Baptist AMERICAN LEGION AUX.
Mr. and Mrs, B. G. Burke and ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Church is holding their vacation Mrs. Wesley Ramsey dismissed MEETING PLANNED TUESDAY %'
son Gib of Rome, Ga., are visiting HOLDING BIBLE SCHOOL B lbe School from June 11 through the meeting with prayer. Circle The regular meeting of The
Mr. and Mrs. L, H. Kelly and Mr. j 223. The school reports a good at- meetings were announced as fl- American Legion Auxiliary will be
and Mrs. Henry Rogers and family. The Assembly or (od Church ""
and Mrs. henry Rogers and familyHighland View i holding their Va- endance and a good school. lows: Circle 1 will meet with Mrs. held on Tuesday, June 19. It will
Essie V. Knight and Martha Ray cation Hibhe chool this week. All children are invited to at- Emory IRobertson, Tuesday aftec- be a business session and all mem-
are vsiiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B Ath of the Bible schooll tend- noon at her home at Beacon Hill; bers are urged to attend as many
Williams of Fort White this week a covered dih dinner will be held -- ircle 2 will meet with Mrs. P. W. things of interest will be taken up.
end. 'Friday, June 5, Visitors From Altha Petty Tuesday at 3 p.m.; Circle Mrs. Whitaker will outline her pro-
Mrs. Myrtle Kelley and sons are 1 'Mr. and Mrs Ben ;Roberts of Al- 3 will meet with Mrs. Tom Parker, gram for. the next three months shall endeavor to me
visiting her mother, Mrs. DEllen GraduatiTon exercises will be ttha are ,he guests of their son and Sr., Tuesday at 3 p.m.; Circle 5 and will also appoint,the chairmen I Shalleneao r TO mer
Walker of Fort White this week held Saturday night at 8 p.m. The daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. will be announced later; Circle 6 of the standing committees. it the confidence and
end. publi is .. -l invited to at- Floyd Roberts of 'Hunter Circle. 'will meet with Mrs. George Mont- support given me by
Mrs. Kate Swords spent lasttend gomery, Monday afternoon at 3 Guests Here making every County
week in Panama City visiting Mr. .. ---. -..-- pm E. E. Van Horn, is the guest of the best Senator the
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I8 thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts
the printed word thoroughly enovinces. The spoken woed
I- lost- the prmutd word remains.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
Mystery story of the year is the sudden dis-
satisfaction of the UN command in Korea with
the Red abuse and disdain of the Panmunjom
truce, and its concern with violations that began
,.before the ink was dry on July-26, 1953.
Members of the four-nation "neutral" truce
supervisory commission have been ordered to
drop all their activities in South Korea and with-
draw into the neutral zone. The suddenly alerted
IUN Command lashed oit at the North Koreans
charging they had used the commission "as a
blind" for their build-up of arms, material and
fighter planes.
US Major General R. G. Card, senior UN
delegate to the armistice, reported on combat
aircraft, and declared that your side now
maintains in North Korea between 400 and 500.,
' such aircraft whereas you had none in that
area at the time the armistice was signed". Gen-
o eral Gard accused the Czech and Polish commis-
sion members of obstructing efforts of the Swiss
and Swedish members to investigate truce viola-'
tions, as well as aiding the Reds in screening
their illicit activities.
Previously, the 16 UN nations that fought
in Korea rejected. Red China's bidfor a confer-
ence to talk aboutremovalof foreign forces from
Korea and reunification of that unhappy coun-
try. Evideniie of good faith, said the British note
representing the allies, was sadly lacking."
What is puzzling at this writing is why
these allies, notably the US have put up with
nearly three years of consistent violation and
r- dangerously expanding enemy strength before
getting tough about it. And .why sound off now,
a few months before Red China makes her big
pitch for UN membership?
Could it be to give Chou En-lai time enough-
to move his dangerous toys (said to include a-
toinic cannon) and his groups back into those
previously sacred staging areas in Manchuria,


and to compose pious speeches on his good
works and love of peace and human brother-
hood?
We would rather think this is a flare-up
of honest wrath, of ultimate exasperation, of fi-
nal realization that agreements with Communists
are written in water. But, watch it.


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suburbann shopping areas with
BUSINESS: PLATEAU OR TIGHTROPE plenty of parking space save the
Dr. Arthur F. Burns, chairman of the Presi-i shopper a trip to the crowded down-
dent's Council of Economic Advisors, spoke the, town market area, and today most
other day of the economy as being "poised on a anything a person wants can be
very high plateau." But the feeling many people oun in these super marked areas-
have at the moment is one of being on a very trying to counteract it with snorkel
high tightrope. deposits and branch banks. The big
A string of daily stock market declines has chain operators are getting out of
registered this feeling. Reduction of output tar- congested areas as fast as they
gets in the automobile industry has further pub- can and developing gigantic mar-
gets the atomokets in growing suburban sections.
iicized perhaps overpublicized negative as- Big department stores like Bur-
pects of the current business situation. More dines in Miami and Maas Brothers
people "feel" .what the automobile industry is in Tampa are establishing neighbor-
doing than ever watch the experts charts on, say hood branches.
steel output- 'Organizations like the American
steel output. Automobile Association, National
This feeling is somewhat offset, however, by Safety Council and others ha-ve
recent headlines showing that American busi- been issuing warnings for years,
ness leaders have stepped up their .investment trying to tell us what was going
plans for the coming year to about $39,000,000, to happen, but even these alert
000. That is a $4,000,000,000,000 increase from groups couldn't see how quickly the
situation would become acute or
the earlier estimate of .$35,000,00,000. find all the answers to the-prob-
These plans for capital expenditures spell lems' solution.
jobs and demands for raw materials which will Automobile manufacturers went
put money in everybody's pocket for quite .a in for bigger cars, more and more
while to come. The question about such figures horsepower, and added to the con-
is whether they reflect a realistic approach by
industrial leaders to long-range American needs
and capabilities.
On the whole we liked Dr. Burns' "plateau"I I1
speech which he made in Boston. This was no
the-sky-is-still-the-limit pep -talk. Indeed, he
stressed that when business is on such a high ,. WU
plateau the "threat of inflation cannot be very by U
distant." Dr. Burns warner that upward .preasure (1856 -
at wholesale levels held inflationary elements.
This may increase as a result of new wage-rise
demands. The public is not yet aware of whole-
sale price rises because retailers have not been PRICES
able in an increasingly competitive atmosphere
to pass them along to consumers.
Dr. Burns foresees still stiffer competition
for the consumer's dollar. If this happens, it may $ 3 8 !
have a widespread, sobering effect which could
be a check on dangerous inflation.
Therefore, so far as one can judge by weigh- 36 Mth
ing experts' opinions one against another, Amer- 3 M O
Jeans are in for a period of stability rather than'
sharp business decline. That is Dr. Burns' expec-
tation too. The air may be very thin up here on
the Burns Plateau, but the footing is firmer than I o
it feels at the moment. That seems a fair ap- A
praisal, but it is hardly one to send folk rush- lIV
ing to the brokers with the rest of their life savy-.
ing, I 137-139 Harrison Ave.
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..- Aautomobile is here to stay and start has happened to us.
TOO LATE TO to learn how to live with it under iState. Road Departments and
present day conditions. New cars City Planners have not been able
SA T have been coming off the assembly to keep' up with the avalanche of
SBy RUSSELL KAY lines so fast that it is hard for the cars that are flooding our highways
Jt Is time we rt'ali,- that rhe average individual to realize what and, cities. Too late we realized


10


that trying to tunnel every car
through the main street of town
was a mistake. Parking meters
have- helped some but don't solve
the problem. Merchants in congest-
ed. business areas are now finding
that too much traffic by their door
is as bad if not worse than none
at all.


business areas and will need more
and more off-street parking. [
Mounting traffic tolls will make
stricter, law enforcement impera-
tive with loss of drivers' licenses
compulsory in cases of drunken
.driving, hit and run, drag racing
on public highways or consistent
reckless driving. Many people are
driving cars today whose eyesight
or hearing is defective. Cases have
I been recorded where people driving
cars on our streets and highways
were at the same time drawing wel-
fare funds for aid to the blind.
:Eventually an annual drivers' ,x-
"!amination will be required before
r a license to drive is issued.
The one-car family used to be
Sthe rule but today we find more
t and more two or three car families.
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REFRIGERATORS

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ADMIRAL
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Social Security

Benefits Increased

All farm operators, self-employed
architects, engineers, accountants,
funeral directors and ministers age
65 or over who netted $400 in 1955
and have netted $400 this year are
eligible for social security benefits
according to John V. Carey, district
manager of the Panama City social
security office. Also, a person of
any age who works under social
security oat least half the time in
the three years before death leaves


COMFORTER

Funeral Home
601 Long AvenmS


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elected to come under social se-
curity effective January 1, 1955,
should also see about filing a claim,
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social security benefits for survi-
vors.
"Social security credits for self-
employment cannot be given unless
tax returns are filed," Mr. Carey
emphasized. "All self-employed per-
sons covered under social security,
including sharecroppers and tenant
farmers, as well as other farm op-
erators, and ministers who elected
social security coverage to begin
with the year 1965, are required
to file an income tax return on
their 1955 earnings if they netted
$400 or more, regardless of whe-
ther they had to pay income tax.
"Farm operators age 65 or over
who have filed their social security
tax returns for 1955 and are still
farming this year, should contact
their social security office to file
an application for benefits.. They
should bring a copy of their 1955
tax return with evidence of the tax
payment and a statement of their
total farm income since January
1, 1956.1


REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL .. 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP--------11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
100% AIR CONDITIONED


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Raymond
Howard Marshall. deceased, are hereby noti.
field and required to file any claims or de,
mands which .they may have against said
estate in the office of the County Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, in the courthouse at
(Wewlit chka. Florida, within eight (8)
alerndar m months from the date of the first
publication' of this notice. Each claim or
(dinand must e in writing and must state
the, place of residence and post office ad-
dress of the claimant and must be sworn
to by the clahmant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void according to law.
l.une 7. 1956. 6-14-It
/s/ THELMA A. MARSHALL
.\miniinlrah'ix -of the Estate of
Rayniond Howard Marsha'l, deceased.
/si 'lIt, G. COSTIN. Jr.
.l!or:ey for Adniinistratrix
21. T id Avemnue
i'ort Si. Joe. Florida
Fir', [,ul ication on June 1-t, 1955.


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statement of their 1956 earnings. Bryan Simpson. OTHELL GILBERT WILL
"All insured individuals age 65 r ?etiBO y Dy Judge Simpson announced pro VISIT SAN FRANCISCO
and over, whether salaried or self-u~ posals by St. Joe Paper Co.. and SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
employed, should check on their K ect yge trustees of the Alfred 1. DuPont Othell Gilbert, radioman first cl
social security benefits. Benefits trustees h dUSN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Huey
are payable at age 72 even though estate were of doubtful legality and Newcomb of Eighth St., Port
the individual may be working full JACKSONVILLE A petition by should be made to the Interstate Joe, and husband of the for:
time." Florida East Coast Railwnaybond- Commerce Commission. Miss Laura L. Wilkerson of For
-- ------ holders to relocate passenger and The ICC plans to open reorganiza- Miss., with Cruiser Division 1,
SGT. LINCOLN E. HALL IN freight facilities in Miami was re- tion hearing for the bankrupt rail- arrive in San Francisco, Ca
WEST POINT FIELD MEET -ected last week by Federal Judge way on June 19, June 8 for a three-day visit betw
WEST POINT, N. Y. Sgt. Lin- phases of a U. S. First Fleet tr
coln E. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. i ngexercises.
Bert L. Hall, Port St. Joe, recently Are Cordially invited To Attend OUNTY
participated in the First Army ou -Are ori y iviteU n T.E COUNTy- JUDGE'S 00
IN AND !On0 OUT1F 00UNTY,
track and field meet at the IU., S. DFORIDA.E
Military Academy, West Point, N. T INR OB: AEte of
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Fort Totten, N. Y. He entered the
Army in June 1953. The sergeant
attended Florida State University.
His wife Regina, is with him at
the fort.
Famous Font
Generals "Stonewall" Jackson ant
Matthew B. Ridgway were baptized
it the same font in St. John's Epis
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SAMAR

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGdays,7: *
members
brethren

erms. Repair to suit tenant. C. F. THERE
FOR RENT: Small furnished house I.lalon, Phone NE 7-2361. Wewa- munic
For couple only. 311 Woodward 'hitchka. tfc4-19 No. 111
Ave. Phone 7-3726.USE PIANO 8:00 p.n
'FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. from $25.00 dially in
515 Third St. tfc6-14 MELODY MUSIC MART J.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. 137 Harrison Florida F
Apply Mrs. Charles Brown, 305 PIANO TUNING and REPAIR -
MELODY MUSIC MART ALCOH(
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at 137 Harrison Ave. Phone SJ 5-4711 Ameri
White City. Inquire at Harper's Panama City, Florida a disease
:Store. lp ---- sons, no
Gth St. ItP PIANO TUNING and REPAIR question.
I Special discounts to wide fel
FOR SALE: Good home at a price Churches and Civic Groups onymous
you can afford to pay. Kitchen All Work Guaranteed St. Joe
complete with Youngstown cabinets CHARLES A. SCURLOCK wings twiO
hot water heater, refrigerator and Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St. siring to
electric stove. All in good condi- ,-.. .- imay con
tion. Some terms. Call 7498&6 for SPECIAL SERVICES All 7-36
appointment. ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work -
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house with guaranteed. Quick dependable i
bath on 7th St., at Highland View service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave T
Priced to sell. See or call. Jake Ga- TV ANTENNAS iislled, clean FLQs
vin. Po 7-281 TV ANTENNAS installed, clean- PLAS
ed and re-wired. Phone iBA 7-9921. vs
HELP WANTED, Ambitions, ener- ;Bill Bowen. tfc6-14 JOHN P. D
getic young man. Furniture sell- DEF
ing andtcollecting. Good proposi- OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing NOTIE/o Gen
tion. Fowhand Furniture Co., Inc., service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. on or be
028 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors re- fendant, Jol
paired, also, upon, Ernes
MAN WANTED: for J. R: Watkins p3intiff's at
dealer. See or write W. L. Bur- Keys Made While You Wait the Clerk
kett, dealer. Box 482. Port St. Joe. 35c EACH ing for div
BICYCLE PARTS at Wewahite
SELL OR LEASE: Old Breeze WESTERN AUTO the 0th da
building in Wewahitchka. Easy n G
Rt.el Parts and Repairs (Circuit Co
M-- May 31, Ju
'RADE US that useless article for --
| j ,, s something useful. STOP and NOTI
sIWAP IN TI
E. TOM PRIDGEON CO
l J Real Estate & Insurance In re. Es
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. Deceased
__ FOR RENT: Furnished house. All er
S- --- John Pou
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE. notified
,. .. FRIGERATION SERVICE. Il- claims or
ensed electrical contractor. All have aga
S- kinds electric and refrigeration fiee of t
service and installation. Phone' County,
.4032. tfC at Wew
F YOU AREINTERESTED insay- dte of t]
t- lag money see us for anything notice. E:
S~ ou need in your home. STOP and be in wr
SSWAP SHOP. place of
J WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, address
THE AMERICAN LBPIION. Meet- be swor
lug first and third Monday nights agen' or
.- 800 p.m., American Legion Home come 23
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G. May 2-
M.-Rega Rosa
,. it A. Me--Regular convocation of Adm
S. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. John
L 0 M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
0 Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge, IN
r'r. .. Cecrtav FC


LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at. Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting nightevery other
Monday.


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ITAN LODGE No. 40, !. 0, -v- .
-Meeta first and third Thur ALBERT RATLIFF if alive, and MinuteS of The
30 p. m. in Masonic Hall. All if dead, his unknown heirs, devise- COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
s urged to attend; visiting es, legatees, and grantees, et al.
Invited, G. F. Lawrence, Defendants. -- _---
WILL BE a regular corn- NOTICE TO APPEAR WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
action of Port St. Joe Lodge THE STATE OF FLORIDA JUNE 5, 1956
TO: -Albert Ratliff, Etta Petty, The Board of County Commission-
, F&AM Friday, June 8, Ja.mes Smith, Alex Smith, Joel ers of Gulf County, Florida met this
m. All Master Masons cor- Smith. Bessie Harir's, G. R. Ratlit, s of Gulf Coun
invited. James L. Ratliff, Mrs. J. B. Wether- date in regular monthly session
B. GRIFFIH, W. M. ington, Daisy Ratliff, Jerry Smith with the following members pres-
B. CHANDLER, I George Smith, Harris Smith Ward ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., chairman,
W. CHANDLER, S mith, Grover Smith. Beulah Jo J. C. Price, Parker G. Hart, T. D.
son, Cleo Morgan, Mrs. H. C. Rih-' Whitfield and George W. 'Cooper.
OLISM, recognized by the ards, 'Viola Green, Mrs. William The Clerk, Sheriff, County Engin-
can Medical Association as Ratliff, Mrs. Brantly Smith, Azel eer. Road Supt. and Attorney Gas-
e, is no respecter of per- iZipperer, Mrs. Steve M. Smith, kin were also present.
r is it essentially a uo0.al Kate Smith, Silas Smith, Besoie The -meeting came to order at
A group of the new world- Smith, Olive Smith, Mrs. Reme. E. 9:00 a.m.
lowship of Alcoholics Ar- Smith, all of whose addresses are The minutes of May 7, 9, 16, 18, 23
has been formed in Pot-r unknown, if alive, and if dead, thaei and 28 were read, corrected, approv-
and is now holding meet- unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, ed and adopted.
ce a week. All persons de- grantees assignees, lienors, credit' A discussion was had with refer-
he services of this groui) ors, trustees or other claimants by, qnce to the minutes of May 23,
tact P. 0, Box 241 or call through, under or against the above 1956. Comm. Cooper told the Board
646. named or designated defendants,- that line 11 to 39, both inclusive,
..--.-- ... and each of them, and to all per- of said minutes, appearing on page
N THE CIRto UIT COURT, i. tlR soils or parties having or claimtllg 465 and 456 in County Commission-
EENTH .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT any. right, title, or interest in or to erseMinute Book 4, was merely a
CULP COUNT, FLORIDA the following described lands sit. conversation between Attorney Si-
SDUIREN uate, -lying and being in Gulf Coun la R. Stone and Comm. Price and
NTIFF ty,'Florida: that said conversation should not
DUREN, Et als. ots Two (r2) and Io. r ii ) have been, recorded, Comm. Cooper
PENDANTS ) ,ots Two () our then moved that the aforesaid men-
0: John P. Dumn, uhose address Block Twenty-six (26) of the Citi e n be Atricken from the
meral Delivery, Daleville. Alabama. of Port St. Joe, Florida. according ioned lines be stricken frd om the
before 2 July AI, I ti, the e- to the official plat thereof on record. Motion seconded by Comm.
ln P. Ir-. is required to terve Price and upon vote wa unani-
t C3. .n,lt,., Attorney At Law file in the office- of the Clerik c carried -The Chairman
SStreet, Port St. Joe, Florida, of the Circuit Court, -o Gulf tnously carried. --The Chairman
attorney, a copy of, and file within y, Florida instucted the Clerk to strike tat
of this Court the original of, part of the minutes referred to ino
the Complaint as Tnoided oHa- You aud each of you are hereby part of the minutes referred to in
force filed against him herein. notified -that a Complaint has been sai mGege C. Melton appeared
my hand and seal of said court against each of u in the
a, Gau County, Florida, thi filed ag ainst each of you in the fore the Board and told that he
ay of May, A. D., 19i6. above named Court. The nature of wasreleased from employment by
EORGE Y. CORE the suit .is one in equity to deter- the Gulf County Mosquito Control
lerk of said circut Court mine the title of the Plaintiffs and District; that he felt that his re-,
ne 7, 14, 21, 1956. to obtain a decree establishing, lease was without just. cause and
quieting and confirming their fee e the Board to inform him
ICE TO CREDITORS simple absolute title to the describ- requested the Board to inform him
HE COUNTY JUDGE'S ed property, removing therefrom as to the grounds on which he was
T OF GULF COUNTY, the clouds alleged in said Corn- released. The Chairman informed
FLORIDA Iplaint, cancelling and setting aside Mr. Melton that this Board has no
,state of JOHN POUNSEL, record as to the reason he was. re-
tate of JOHN POUN.SEL, any right, title, interest or. lien leased bu to t hi matter will be
. which you or any of you have, investigated.
editors of the estate of claim, pretend, or assert in, to, on i ga
sel, deceased, ar hereby ori tsaid or assert to, on Mr.E. T. Pridgeon appeared be-
nsel deceased are hereby or against said property and e- fore the Board and told that lie
n required:ch to fhey may joining you and each of you from would appreciate the County giving'
r demands which they may pretending, claiming or asserting
nst said estate in the of-retla or assert his Insurance Company some o.
he County Judge of Gulf any right, title or interest in or the County Insurance business;
Florida, in the court house el upon sa proper. that his Company wil appreciate
ahitchka, Florida. within You and each of y6u are hereby an opportunity to bid on the Coun-
lendar months from the notified and required to serve upon ty Insurance business the next time
the first publication of this Silas R. iStone, Plaintiffs' attorney, the County purchases new Insur-
ach claim or demand must whose address is P. 0. Box 21, ance or to renew a policy.
iting and must state the Port St. Joe, Florida, copy of your Mr. B. A. Millergren requested
residence and post office answer or written defenses, if any. the County to construct a road Into
of the claimant and must to the Comnplaint filed in said suit, his, property near the old Kinard
to by the claimant, his oil or before the 16th day of July. Home on the Overstreet Road and
his attorney, or it will be- 1956, and to file the original thereof informed the Board that he will
id i.. iJn to law. with said Court. Heroin fail not or give the necessary right of way.
3, 1956 4t tile decree of this Court will be en- lThe Chairman' announced that said
L ee Pounsol Iterod against )you by default. proposed road will be put on the
[nistratrix of the estate of Tl tis tie11 shall be published construction list for later consider-
Pounsel deceased. ollce each week for four consecu- ation.
live weeks ill "The Slta". a-news- Mr. H. M. McClamma offered to
THE C]RCU In T COURT. paper published illn tulf County, sell the County Air Conditioners
fTHE CRCUIT ClOUl C 'Florida. for the County Court House. The
LOTRID, iN .1nI)C L Witness my hand and the official Chairman announced that the Coan-
LORIDA, IN N1FOR seal of the said Court at Wewt- yv has no appropriation for such
PLF COUNTY. IN CHANT- hitchka Gulf County. Florida, this *
DRY. 1 ith day of June. A. D.. 1956. Clerk Circuit Court
LNI LL and wife, (COURT SEAL) SI.LAS R. STONE
DANIELL, GEORGE. Y. CORE Attorney for Plaintiffs. 6-14


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an expendituree at this time and The Chairman an-coucced that t1h
that if the County should purchase At. Joe Paper- .Company has. re-
Air Conditioners at a later date, quoted the County to close the old
the County will be required to ad- Indian Bayou road and that if said
vertise for bids. road is closed, the St. Joe Paper
Mr. Tom S. Coldewey, Chairman Co. will open a new road for -the
of the Gulf County Health Center public that will serve the same area
Committee appeared before the and will be a shorter road than
Board with reference to the plans the one now in use. After discus-
for the proposed Health Centers. sion, it was decided that the St.
After a general discussion of said Joe Paper Co., should advertise its
,plans, Mr. Coldewey recommended intentions to apply to the County
that the following changes be Commissioners to' close said road
made in the plans: 1. Eliminate and that a hearing will be held ac-
the two office rooms on the rear cording to law.
of the building. 2. Change one of The Wewahitchka State Bank.
ihe staff toilets to a storage room. filed its application to be designat-
3. That the west wall on the Wewa ed as County Depository for the
building and the North wall on the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1956.
Port St. Joe building be construcc- After discussion, there was a mo-
ed of a temporary nature allowing tion by Comm. Whitfield, seconded
future additions. Whereupon, there by Comm. Price and unanimously
was a motion by Comm. Cooper, carried, that the Wewahitchka
seconded by Comm. Price and upon 'State Bank be designated as Coun-
vote was unanimously carried, that ty Depository for the fiscal year
the Board accept the recommenda- beginning July 1, 1956.
tion of Mr. Coldewey. (Continued On Page 8)


I Thursday- Friday

June 14- 15


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STq Welf5aBre Board reOllQlde Annual Summer
that Mrs. Belsie Gl'ass be discono Anual Sumer
tinued from the Coiinty Indigent
roll. Whereup00o, the Clrk was In- Scout Camp Be gins
structed to discontintie payments
to Mrs. Glass beginning July 1966
o A discussion was had with refer- The Annual summer camp sea-
ence to the County being without son of the Gulf Coast Council, iBoy
a Home Demonstration Agent, atf-Scouts of America, will open June
ter whichthere was a motion by10 and will operate through July
,Comm. 'Whitfield, seconded b -. Scout Reservation at the
Comm. Price and duly carried, that on the Scout Reservation at the
/ -! Mrs. J. A. Glenn be authorized to Eglin Air Force Base. The camp
SIT'S GOOD eIN promote and hold club meetings will be a continuation of the Coun-
R T STOOD E throughout the County and that thecil's regular camp, Camp Big Heart.
A DRUG STORE ... LCounty pay up to $25.00 per month
with a HEART ifor travel and other expenses, in According to Council President
We are many things to many people addition to the regular salary paid Francis W. Taylor, the Council
a place to buy toothpaste, choc- I to Mrs. Glenn. Camping and Activities Commit-
olate malts, a paper, cigarettes, 1c
ipstick, to ask directions phone, The Hon. J. L. Sharit, Mayor of tee, with Dr. Don Stullken as Chair-
S stand in out of the rain. We wel. the City of Port St. Joe appeared
come all of these things -but com- b the or ao ested man, and the Council Health and
pared to our reason-for-beingthey before the Board and requested ma and the Council Health and
are incidental. For we started out the County to reconsider his pre- Safety Commimttee, with Dr. John
originally -exclusively as your Phar-
macy. And it still remains- ur vious request to have the State Kay as Chairman, made a thorough
Rexall Pharmacy is still the HEART ,Road Department pave Long Ave- inspection of Camp Big -Heart, Due
of our business. It is our pride and nune in the City of Port St. Joe. n big s d
the first thing we'd like to have re- After lengthy dicussion, the Board to needed repairs on buildings and
membered. After lengthy discussion, the Board
We are grateful for the privilege of announced that the County Engin sanitary facilities at the camp and
compoundescribes tohe drugs your dhealthr eer wil Icontact the State Road De- due to the lack of adequate funds
Remember us the next time you parent to determine if the Sec- in the operating budget to make
need a prescription filled. We are. ondary Road Budget can be altered t o bde oae
always happy to serve you. w to include Long Avenue for con- these repairs, it became necessary
struction in 1956 and the Board will to seek a new location for this sum-
I S make a decision in this matter mer's camp.
after hearing from the State Road The Scout Reservation at Eglin
Department.
UZZtf S ru Store I The Counties bills were present- provides the necessary facilities for
U or ed, examined and ordered paid: carrying out a full Scout camp pro-
PHONE 7-31371 There being no further business gram, according to Scout Executive
I to come before the Board, the Joe L. Ballenger. He indicated all
MINUTES OF THE AtSngTdid then adjourn meals will be served in one of the
COUNTY COMMISSION I George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr. Air Force mess halls and bus trans-
Clerk Chairman portation will be provided to get
The State Road Department no- ------ --- to meals each day.
Ifled the Board that the George tar Want Ads Get Results Advert 't cost-It PAYS
1. Tapper Co., was the low bidder Advertising doesn't cost-it PAYS
or the White City projects wi th a I----- --
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Stephens College and the Univer-
sity of North Carolina where she
was awarded a Bachelor of Arts
Degree, and was a member of Bi
Beta Phi Social Sorority.
Lt. May was graduated from the
University 'of Missouri, where he
received a Bachelor of Journalism,
and was.a member of Sigma Alpha
Epsilon Social Fraternity. Present-
ly he is stationed at Chase Field,
Beeville, Texas, undergoing Naval'
Jet Aviation Training.
The wedding will take place July
14, in St. Joseph's Catholic church
at 5:30 o'clock in the afternoon.
The reception will take place at


Summer Play
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should have a total of three injec-
tions."
Figures just compiled by "the
State Board of Health show that as
of June 1, 1956 there is an estimat-
ed population in the eligible agg
group (0419 years) in the state of
1,254,369. Out o fthis an estimated
nuinber of 108,603 have received
only one Injection; 273,562 have
received two injections and only
55,140 have received three injec-
tions.
As the supply of Salk vaccine be-
came more plentiful during the
last three months, the maximum
age limit for receiving the Federal
vaccine was raised on May 13 from
15 to 19 years. There is no age re-
striction on vaccine purchased by
the private physician from a com-
mercial source.
To receive the immunization
against polio, Dr. Bond says, "Go
to your private physician or your
county health department. We
strongly urge those parents whose
children have received no Salk
vaccine to have them immunized
with at least one shot immediately
as the polio season is just getting
started."
"We are happy," continues Dr.
Bond, "that we are now receiving
Salk vaccine in excess of current
demand and we hope no child in
the eligible age group will fail to
receive this protection." -

METHODIST BIBLE SCHOOL
CONTINUES THRU FRIDAY
The Methodist Church Bible
School ends Friday after two weeks
of study. Parents are invited to be
present at the 10:00 a.m. session
and see and hear the accomplish-
ments of the pupils during the past
two weeks.

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Highland View, Fla.
SUNDAY
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Evening iServ .-...... 8:00 p.m.
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Sikes Throws Support To House Version

Of New National Highway Measure

Vigorous support for the House er states.
version of the new highway bill The new highway bill would pro-
has been expressed by Congress- vide in addition to the present fed-
man Bob ;Sikes of Florida. The erally supported highway program,
measure is now before a confer- a magnificent nationwide super-
ence committee which is attempt- highway system comprising a 40,
ing to iron out differences in the 000 mile network. It would require
'House and Senate bills. Sikes says 13 years to complete and cost 51.8.
the House bill, which has the back- billion dollars. It is largely a pay-
ing of Governor Leroy Collins, is a as-you-go program. However it is
much better bill. estimated that increased taxes for
Under the terms of the House the system would cost the average
bill, .Florida would receive 1.150 driver who travels 10.000 miles a
miles of superhighways in a pro- year only $6 to $9 annually. A pro-
gram calling for an expenditure of portionately. higher share would be
40 millions annually. At present- borne by truckers.
IFlorida receives 14 millions annual- Highway safety is an important
ly in highway funds from the Fed- factor in support given the bill.
Sikes pointed out that the annual
slaughter of motorists in highway
than Florida pays to the govern- accidents is appalling. However a
ment in taxes. The Senate bill network of defense highways is
would penalize Florida and 17 oth- also an important consideration.


1EN.JAMIN II. DICKENS, Attorney and Counselor at Lawt

ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF OFFICES FOB THE
PRACTICE OF LAW AT 107 SECOND STREET
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


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