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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 21, 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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PORT ST. JOB
A ProgrWlve
Community With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newapapoer


THE 4 STAR
Published In Pott St. Jod
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County


VOLUME XIX


Saints Trip Apalach

In Game Tuesday

Meet Wewa Sun.

Manager Bascom Harum pitched
his Saints to a 4 to 3 victory Tues-
day night at the local park over a
tough Apalachicola nine: The visi-
tors scored two runs in the second
Inning and one run in the fourth in-
ning. Joe Worden got himself a
home run in the second inning put-
ting the ball over the fence at the
3115 foot marker. The Saints were
not to be denied Tuesday, but they'
had to come from behind to take
the ball game.
The Saints scored one run in the
third inning, one in the fourth in-
ning and two in the fifth inning to
sew up the game. Harper and Mur-.
dock caught for the Saints. Keith
pitched with Galloway behind the
plate for Apalachicola.
The home run hit Iy Joe \Vorden
was the first home run hit in the
local park this season. There has
only been four hit in the Gulf Coast
League. a
Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. the
St. Joe Saints play Wewahitchka
here. Make an effort, to attend Sun-
days game and help the local nine
come out of the slump in attend-
ance. The local nine ,play a very
good' brand of baseball and the city
is fortunate to have semi-pro base-
ball continued after the year the
team had last season.
The men will play under many
circumstances, but they must have
the equipment to play with, and
the only way to continue baseball
is to have the fans pay to see themn
play. The local team appreciates
the fans coming out and play bot-
ter with a full house.

Two Teen-Agers Are
Injured In Auto Wreck
Two teen age boys were injured
Monday night when their car over-
turned. on the beach road near Bea-
con Hill. One was injured serious-
ly.
Leon Robertson, 19 of Kenney's
Mill was the most seriously.. injur-
ed. His back is broken in two plac-
es. Donnie Land, 17, the other oc-
cupant of the car, of Kenney's Mill,
received only minor injuries and
bruises.
According to Land, Robertson,
who was driving, lost control of the
-car causing it to overturn.


THURSDAY. JUNE 21, 1956


-'ORT ST, JOE, FLORIDA


Single Copy Be


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


S :. Commission Sets Date for



.'r..... Powe Referendum Vo


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PICTURED ABOVE are the incoming officers of the Port St. oe Garden Club. They are, back
row, left to right, Mrs. S. B. Witt, Mrs. G. S. Croxton, Mrs. Gordon Thomas, Mrs. I. C. Ned-
ley, Mrs. Wayne Ashley, Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Mrs. Mary R. Grice, Mrs. Fred Bennett of
Chipley and Mrs. J. C. Martin. Bottom row, left to right, Mrs. R. W. Henderson, Mrs. J. C.
Arbogast and Mrs. J. C. Belin. Story on page three. (C photo)


Six St. Joe Cheer Leaders Attending Collins Brings

Cheer Clinic Being Held At Tallahassee New Industry
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The second annual clinic for high


school cheerleaders at Florida State
University was attended by the fol-
lowing members of Port St. Joe
High School: Martha Ford, Sandra
Bracewell, Delores Chism, Jody
Tukey, Carol Thonmpton, and Nan-
cy Pridgeon.
Conducted by the Department of
Physical Education for Women and
assisted by members from the De-
partments of Speech and Psychol-
ogy. the clinic is designed to give
cheerleaders a wider knowledge of
cheers and their effective use. The
clinic opened officially Wednesday
night, June 13 at the University
Camp with registration and an in-
formal party led by Dr. Florence
Cole, Associate Professor of Physi-
cal Education.
Areas discussed in the two day
clinic included:
Values (f Cheerleading by Dr.
Katherine W. Montgomery, Direc-
tor of Women's Physical Education
at FSU.
Types of Cheers by Miss Ann


TOP hUll iclt t' rL -tr.1 li 1--o i in It 11i. itIl rs. b.
R. Holley; Bernarr, 11 mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bridges
Lee Anna, 1, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hardy. Bottom
row, left to right, Roy, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lillie; Rus-
ty, 1 and Sandra 9, children of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baxley;
Rusty, 1, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramsey.

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OP ROW, left to right, Richard, 4 mo., son of Mr. an Mrs.
Richard Coleman; Richard, 4 mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Hart; Kenneth 14 mo., son'of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crews.
Bottom row, left to right: Brenda, 4 yrs., daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Crews;- Phyllis, 2 yrs., daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Blake Thomason; Pamela, 3 yrs., daughter of Mr. and. Mrs.
James. Wilson.


Lankford, Assistant Professor of
Physical Education FSU.
Cheerleading Qualifications by
Miss Martha Moore, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Physical Education at
FSU.
Effective Use of the Voice* by
Laurel Schendel, Assistant Profes-
sor of Speech and Mr. Clevenger,
Instructor of Speech.
Voice Aid by Miss Mgagaret Ann
Ballinger and Maurice Steinberg,
Head Cheerleader at FSU.
Pep Rallies by Dr. Mary V. Alex-
ander, Associate Professor, Physi-
cal Education for Women, FISU.
The Psychology of ,Cheerleading,
Dr. Hugh Waskom, Professor of
Psychology, FISU.



Long Avenue Goes

Into Secondary

Road Program

In a special meeting of the
Board of County Commissioners
held last week, the County board
passed a resolution striking sev-
eral roads in the City of Port St.
Joe off the records and inserted
a resolution for the paving of Long
Avenue.
The Commission had been asked
to make this change by the City
Commission of Port St. Joe at their
last regular meeting anad taken
the matter up with the State Road
Department to see if the change
could be made.
Those streets taken off the see-
ondary lists to insert Long Ave-
nue are: First Street, Woodward to
'Garrison; Wescott Circle; 18th ;St.,
Marvin to Garrison; 20th St., Long
Avenue to McClellan and Jones
Homestead Road.
The Resolution calls for a maxi-
mum of $38,000 to be spent on Long
Avenue.
Long Avenue has long needed
paving and its fading life was
somewhat shortened, by its use as
an alternate highway during the
paving of Monument Avenue.
The Commission asked for the
inclusion of sidewalks, storm sew-
ers and curbs and gutters but it
is not known yet if these will be
available.


Voose Donates $25.00

To STAC House Fund

The Loyal Order of Moose has
donated the sum of $25.00 to the
STAC House Fund, the'youtth cen-
ter of Port St. Joe High School.
The sum was donated from pro-
ceeds of a fish supper that they
sponsored. Plans are to have a ser-
ies of square dances with the first
one scheduled on June 30 At the
Centennial Building with the pro-
ceeds to go to Moose Heart and to
the STAC House Fund,
Mrs. Paul Fensom, chairman of
the STAC House committee wish-
ed to express her thanks to this
organization for their wonderful
'gesture.


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Band Boosters Start

Work On Calendar

The Band Booster's Association
is. taking names for the yearly cal-
endar as to birthdays, anniversar-
ies, meetings, etc. Anyone wishing
to have their name on the calendar
can call either Mrs. Carl Armstrong
or Henry Chason.
Plans are for the calendar to be
changed to black and white and a
picture that will include the whole
band, which will make the calendar
a more attractive one In every way.
The charge for the calendar will be
the same as last year.
"We are asking that you get your
names in promptly so that the cal-
endar can be completed by Sep-
tember 1." Mr. Chason stated.
The girl members of the band
will solicit birthdays and meetings
and other dates to go on the cal-
endar.
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White City Will
P-z. A n- A- jrf!.-


Another A in e r ican industrial A 0ost UTTICe
giant is going to expand its Florida
operations-thanks to Governor Le- Postmaster Chauncey Costin an-
Roy Collins' salesmanship,. -ounced today that the Post Office
President Joseph S. Young of Le- Department has approved a Rural
high Portland Cement Company an- Post Office Station for White City
bounced plans last week for the wiIch will operate out of -the Port
construction of a $20 million-plus St. Joe Post Office beginning July
plant, near Miami, to reclaim roc 1. The station will be located in
from under the sawgrass and muck the George H. Harper store and
of the Everglades for the maniuface will be under the management of
ture of vitally needed cement. George H. ,Harper as Clerk-in-
Lehigh already operates a plant Charge.
at Bunnell, near St. Augustine. u- Postmaster Costin staLed that the
Ing native coquina shell, and the opening of this station will bring
new bring the company total invest- in the White City area as it will
ment in Florida to $50 million. Thim provide all of the postal functions
BT lnt h...- ..,l... available at the local office except


twice since it was opened in 1952
President Young says the new
plant in the Everglades is a direct
result of Governor Collins' goo 1
will mission last summer to sell
Florida to Northern finance and
industry.
"I was much impressed by the
persuasive case your able and tal-
ented Governor presented for Flor-
ida industry," Mr. Young said. "I
was deeply moved by his assur-
ances that he was genuinely inter-
ested in the further expansion of
the cement industry in Florida. I
was most receptive to his eactour-
agements to develop additional ce-
ment capacity in Florida in order
to provide an adequate supply of
this basic construction material,
not only for normal demands of
constantly expanding private build-
ing, but also for the tremendous
public works and highway programs
which lie ahead,"
When the Miami plant is complet-
ed, one-third, of Lehigh's total capi-
tal assets and one-sixth of the com-
pany's total capacity will be locat-
ed in Florida, Mr. Young explained.


Sen. George Tapper Is

Bothered By Stomach


NUMBER 43


Freeholders Will Decide On Franchise

On Tuesday, July 24

The City Commission of Port St. another 30 year period.
Joe heard the third reading and The first publication of the elec-
approved of a resolution to call a tion notice is published in this
referendum election of the freehol- week's paper and calls for the ref-
ders of the City of Port St. Joe to erendum on July 24.


determine whether or not a fran-
chise with the Florida Power Cor-
poration shall be entered into for


Jerry Buchert

Leaves To Attend

Boys State At FSU

Jerry Buchert ,son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Buchert, left Sunday
for Tallahassee where he will at-
tend Boys' State. Boys' State, spon-
sored by the Florida Department
of the American Legion, holds most
of its sessions on the campus of
Florida State University where the
boys live during the week they at-
tend Boys State.
More than 500 members of Flor-
ida's Boys' State are attending the
annual meeting, but they won't
have complications with the Legis-
lature.
The boys carry on make-believe
legislative sessions each year in
the House and Senate Chambers.
Last year they ran into compli-
cations because the Florida Legis-
lature was in its extra ordinary re-
apportionment session.
This year, they'll miss the reap-
portionment session by one week
and will get in just ahead of a spec-
ial session -.. 'o be convened
about July 16.
NVRCT------R


city delivery. NAVY RECRUITER WILL
Patrons may purchase stamps, HOLD DISCUSSON
envelopes, cards, etc., receive and Chief West of the United States
deposit mail for dispatch including Navy Recruiting Substation of Tal-
parcel post and COD; purchase lahassee will hold a round-table dis-
money orders, use registered and cussion about the Navy at the post
certified mail services and transact office in this city, Thursday, June
any other business normally assoc- 28 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. and all
iated with a post office, graduating senior boys are invited
General delivery service will be to attend.
available with the opening of the ----
station and it is anticipated that Attend Camp
lock boxes will be provided for-pat- Kay Creech, Kathy Parker, Mary
rons who desire this service short- Dell Ramsey, Tomnmie Grimsley and
ly after the opening of the station. Jimmy Johnson are attending Blue
Postmaster Costin suggested that Lake Methodist Church Camp at
patrons who desire to receive mail Andalusia, Ala., for two weeks.
at the station notify their corres-i -. ,-_.-_. _
pondents to address them as fol- A woman's definition of a girl
lows: White City Station, Port St. is any woman her own age.
Joe, Florida. -,Sara M. Henritsy
Send The Star- To A Friend ---a-- to advrttse--try it!
Send The Star To A Friend n pHav? 10 ailvsrtise-try it! ,


The new franchise agreement
will give to the City of Port St.
Joe a percentage of the gross in-
come of the utility and will re-
duce that power consumed by the
city itself itself by about 32%.
In questioning R. C. Pourtless, a
Florida Power representative here
to work on the franchise, the ques-
tion was asked that has been asked
by several of the citizens in Port
St. Joe, "Will this ultimately mean
a hike in rates to -take care of the
payments to the city?" The answer
was no. The power company rates
are set by the State of Florida and'
are based on the investment the
power company has in equipment
to produce and transmit electricity
-not on business expenses. It is
up to the Power Company to keep
their expenses down so as to make
money.
The payments to the city will be
in the form of a tax, said Pourtless.
Upon further questioning about
rates, it was further learned that
the power company rates in the
city are the same as those through-
out the Florida Power Corporation
territory and' remain so, -by virtue
of the State of Florida setting the
rates.
The new franchise with the utili-
ty, will mean that the city will
have approximately $8,000.00 a year
in itstills that it does n.ot now get.
It wili be I 7, r.- oujrdein ,.n t:e
public and will be pidl by the pow-
er company to the oily U ,L:x month
periods.
The complete ftiii'-hise oi.ii.irii-n
will be published in Tie St ir next
week for your study.
Only freeholders are allowed to
vote in the referendum. City Clerk
R. W. Henderson, urges that you
check to see if you are registered
to vote as a freeholder, as many
are not. He stressed the fact that
even though you may be registered
to vote, you could not do so unless
you are registered as a freeholder.

Returns To Atlanta '
Miss Ann Kenney of Atlanta, Ga.,
has returned to her home there af-
ter spending the week end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil
Kenney, Jr. Miss Kenney is an X-
Ray Technician at Emory Hospital.
Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey returned
with her and will spend a week
before returning to her home here.


Supper Honors Fla. Rebecca



President Last Thursday Nite


The Parish House was the scene
of a very beautiful banquet honor-
ing Mrs. Nadine Slaughter of Or-


MiIAMI State Sen. George G. lando, President of the Rebekah
Tapper, of Port St. Joe, his honey-IAssembly of Florida on Thursday
moon in Haiti interrupted by an, at- evening June 14 at :30 p.m. at
tack of stomach trouble, w:-s tn- which 63 guests were present.
der observation in a hospital here Seated at the speakers table were
this week. Mrs. Onnie Greer, Mistress of Cere-
His bride of iine days, the for- monies, Mrs. Flora Connell, Noble


Mrs. Fern Forehand, presided at Twenty six honored guests from
the piano and played soft music the various branches of Odd Fel-
during the meal. lowship over the state were recog-
The banquet table was beautiful- nized Assembly President, Grand
ly decorated with mimosa and bou- Master, Past Assembly Presidents,
quets of red roses were used at District Deputy President, Past
various points on the table. Place Assembly Presidents, Past District
cards representing an open Bible Deputy Presidents, District Depu-
and using Mrs. Slaughter's watch- ty Grand Masters, Past Noble
word which is -'Prayer" and her Grands, Noble Grands and Vico


mer Amelia Gibson of Port St. Joe Grand of Melody Lodge; Mrs. Flora favorite verse of scripture Romans Granas.
kept him company in his hospital 'Long, who gave the address of wel- 10:27 were appropriately used. Panama City had seven to sign
room. come, Ernest Wimberly who gave Mrs. Elvie De Marko of Pensa- the guest register. Lynn Haven had
Tapper, 39 represents Gulf, Bay, the invocation. The guest of honor cola was introduced. nine, Pensola two, Orlando two
Calhoun and Wakulla Counties in Mrs. Nadine Slaughter of Orlando Following the banquet 54 of the and Jacksonville one guest each
the Senate. He and Miss Gibson who gave an inspiring address, Mrs. guests reported at Masonic Hall for. present. There were 33 local guests
were wed June 9 at Tallahassee Leona Cadenhead of Orlando, mo- a visit with the local Rebekah present.
and took a plane the next day to their of Mrs. Slaughter, who is her L,,dge at their regular session with i Mrs. Aline Hightower presented
Port au Prince, Haiti for a honey- traveling companion, Mrs. Jessie Mrs. Flora Connell, Noble Grand the guess' of honor.'s gift from Mel-
moon. Tapper was flown to Miamni Schreiber, past president, of the presiding. Mr.. Slaughter and Mr. ody. Mrs. Gladys Boyer presented
after he was stricken in his hote; Rebekah Assembly of Pensacola Switzer, were given the honors of her a gift personally. Mrs. Mary
room in Port au Prince. and Mrs. Irene Moorman, Noble the degree after which they were Weeks presented Mrs. Jessie Schru-
-_ Grand of Lynn Haven Lodge No. escorted to the seat of honor by ber's gift in behalf of Melody Lodge,
Leaves For Home 35 who gave the response to the i Mrs. Ruth McCormick, Conductor, Mrs. Flora Long presented Mrs.
Clayton Weaver of Mobile left address of welcome in behalf of while the Past Noble Grands of Gladys Boyer with a gift from the
Saturday for his home after spend- the entire district. Melody: Mrs. Mary Weeks, Mrs. Lodge, Mrs. Viola Walters gave
ing a week here with Bob and Mi-: Mrs. Gladys Boyer, district depu- Flora Long, Mrs. Mary Forehand, Mrs. Leona Cadenhead a gift from
chael Munn in their home on Hun- ty, President of District Two and Mrs. Viola Walters, Mrs. Eliza the local lodge.
ter Circle. Clayton is the son of George S. Switzer, Grand Master r. ladys Boyer Following the eremonie, punch
Mrs. Conley Ward. of the Grand Lodge for Florida of Lawson and Mrs. Gladys over their and cake were erved to the -
-- the Independent order of Odd Fel- held a canopy of flags over their and cake were served to the
Advertising doesn't cost-it-pay- lows. heads and welcomed them. hers and guests.


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,ray-Embleton Engagement Announced Mrs. J.C.elin Hostest
To Methodist Circle


Mrs. Mary C. Bray of t)rt St.
Jtp annCiin.e:.o the 4 r and m s Griffin
"-.,,roci n f, o Miss Estelle Griffin
,,uIroahin m, SaraEna, to f Firrs I
S-.htr S to iIr r, oi Honored With Party
.o' Mr. and Mrs, Frederick Embe
tl.:I ,"r., of State' island, N. .- Miss Estelle Griffin, house guest
MIiss. Bray is the aughter'of -hI of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Griffin and
.ta -as hW Bray the niece of Mr. Griffin. was the
T'e'wedditng wl1 e take piace "i inspiration of a beach party, Mon-
.-t4 F' ast 1 p.m.) i ,. Pirst ap- day night at Mexico Beach.
t church of P ,. t oe. 11 Host for the party was Fred Grit-
trends of the' coppie ''are' in'1ted fin. He was assisted by his mother
Sattend., "' and Mrs. Gene Ferris.
The 'bride-elect graduated frni Attending were Ann Miller, Bet-
Part St. Joe High i ,u,_,"and at- ty Ward, Ann Montgomery, Judy
teRdd florid State nversitf. Fensom, Ray Lapeyrouse, Crista
She is now employed in the Ac- Duren, Jackie Mitchell, Terry Hi-
S utin ;emt'n.r oth e t o note, Tony Barbee, Edward Smith,
ie", o n. ,'I' o Glen Alligood, Richard Zipperer and
''' Willie Daniels, and Mrs. Gene Fer-
,,, ,Lt.,:Em^ 6 n,at~en, dIed r, ,i-. ,1 ris.
,,' calS~-f.r l iNew YPrk and s.
,,Qhlp, HnRyersty.,ini, A th-;r. Ohio,
, wher1.. h e,,ia ,t a mnembr of ,the Gardens
tr ea t.i. *" m o h t few minutes once a week, or a
iAty. needed, with a good dust gun and a
Lt. Embleton entered the Air
Lt. Embleton entered 1e irgood dust will save a garden that
,;,7prpe. ,],44,,)4,, ,,o, stationed may be destroyed by Insects and
,i Frbas, la ga, diseases.


d .d . .k.y. .2.4 p.m.


Bpti Un'dy hd W ekdays, 2:45 p.m.

QM A 'ISATR!RAYS AT 10:30 A.M.


... ..., ..,, ,,,,iI DAY and FRIDAY

SHAKEDOWN ARTIST AT WORK!



J|.JANE CORNEL


RUSSELL*I
CINEMAScoPEl
Color by TECHNICOLOR


-- FEATURE No. I --


WILDE
jl:.:ll


Mrs. Jake Belin of Garrison Ave-
nue was hostess to members of Cir-
cle 1 of the Woman's Society of
Christian Service of the First Me-
thodist Church, Monday afternoon.
The meeting was conducted by
Mrs. Morgan Jones acting chair-
man. The devotional was given by
Mrs. Jones and taken from Ro-
mans 15:1-6.
Mrs. Eula iPridgeon and Mrs.
Jones gave the program, "Our Com-
munity and The World".
New officers elected, were chair-
men, Mrs. Morgan Jones; co-chair-
man, Mrs. J. L. Miller; secretary,
Mrs. H. W. Griffin; treasurer, Mrs.
0. M. Taylor; program chairman,
Mrs. Jake Belin; social service
chairman, Mrs. H. T. Ricketson;
Birthday chairman, Mrs. Fennon
Talley; telephone chairman, Mrs.
H. A. Jones; dinner chairman, Mrs.
Roy Gibson, Sr.
Refreshments were served to the
ten members present and the meet-
ing was dismissed with the WSCS
benediction. Mrs. G. ,S. Croxton
will be hostess to the circle next
meeting to be held on July 16.

Visitors from Tennessee
Mrs. Gene Ferris of Cleveland,
Tenn., and Miss Estelle Griffin of
Marianna, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Griffin.

Returns To Marianna
Mrs. John W. Prim of Marianna
who has been the guest of her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Prim of Garrison Avenue,
returned to her home Monday after
spending a week he-e.

Visitors From Rome
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Gaskin and
children of Rome, Ga., are the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Gaskin
are former residents of this city.


CHURCH OF CHRIST
Highway 98 and 5th St.
Highland View, Fla.
SUNDAY
Bible Study -....... 10:00 a.m.
Worship Serv, ... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Serv ..... 8:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Wed., 8:00 p.m. Bible Study





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SUMMER COLD

TAKE -O
for
symptomatic

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this week's
patterns...,
BY IRIS LANE


Ever-Populai Pair


SATURDAY ONLY


-- FEATURE No. 2 -


Peter GRAVES
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vQ'Icl ~SUNDAY ad MONDAY


Parrish-Costin Engagement Announced


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rM. C R, .AV, SLNiM AY. MOX'NDAY


IIRWUY and SATURDAYI4



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Mrs. Harold T. Fields and Mrs.
Ralph B. Reed of Orlando are en-
tertaining on Saturday, June 23
with a luncheon at Markham's Hi-
biscus Room to announce the en-
gagement and forthcoming mar-
riage of Miss Sylvia Ann Parrish,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel
Hooper Parrish of that city to Ash-
ley Marion Costin, Lieutenant,
United States Marine Corps, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Guerry Cos-
tin, of Port St. Joe.
Miss Parrish was born in St.
Augustine and received her early
education there before moving to
Orlando. She Is a graduate of Or-
lando Senior High and Florida
State University where she receiv-
ed a BS degree in education and
was a member of Pi Beta Phi so-
cial sorority.
Lt. Costin was born in Port St.
Joe and received his early educa-


tion here before attending Gulf
Coast Military Academy in Gulf-
port, Mississippi.
He attended Tulane University
in New Orleans,. La., and later
Florida State University where he
received a BS degree in business.
HQ was a member of Alpha Tau
Omega social fraternity. Lt. Costin
is currently in flight training at
the Naval Air Station in Pensacola.
Complete plans will be announc-
ed later for the wedding, which
will take place in Orlando early in
the fall.

Guests From Altha
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roberts of Al-
tha who have been the guests of
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Roberts of Hunter
Circle, left Sunday for their home
after spending a week here.


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RelesIed (fIll UNITED ARTISTS

'~e~d~~ I ~ Thursday


MOVIES ARE
BETTER THAN EVER


FORD sets 500-mile e



at Indianapolis Speedway


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A Ford V-8 hurtled across the brick and
asphalt surface of tough and testing Indi-
anapolis Speedway whirling through
the tight turns and flashing over the
straight stretches ... to set a mark that no
stock car ever reached before!
Previous to Ford's record run, no other
stock car had gone even one lap at Indi-
anapolis at 100 m.p.h., but one of Ford's
laps was timed at the electrifying speed
of 113.7 m.p.h.! And Ford averaged over
107 m.p.h. for the full five hundred miles!
. close to the average set by the ex-
tremely costly, specially-built racer which
won the Memorial Day "500"I


Ford fully realizes that the welter of
claims and counter claims about "racing
victories" (many of them completely con-
tradictory) must be confusing and disillu-
sioning to the public. Ford ran this race
against time, over the true "Classic" dis-
tance and at the most famous track in
America, in order to dispel this cloud of
doubt and disbelief and prove that no one
outperforms Ford!
Peter de Paolo, leader of the team of
drivers that piloted the winning Ford,
states flatly: "No other stock car could
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with a better than 100 m.p.h. average,
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drivers to establish a stock car record with
the great '56 Ford!
Ford wrote this new mark large and
bold in the record books. And the whole
Ford did the trick. From the hood-full of
throbbing horsepower to the road-hugging
rear end, Ford demonstrated that it has
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T IuRSDAY, l. -. -)


New Officers Are Installed At Eighth

Annual Installation Luncheon, Thurs.


'The Ga'den Club of Port St. Joe
held its eighth annual installation
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Rich-
ard W. McIntosh on Constitution
Drive last Thursday.
Incoming officers for th-e year
1956-57 were installed by Mrs, Fred
Bennett of Chipley, Director of Dis-
trict 2 of the Federated Garden
Olubs of Florida.
4in an impressive ceremony, Mrs.
Bennett clearly defined the duties
of each office and the meaning of
the representative colors used in


the corsages presented to each of-
ficer. The new officers are as fol-
lows: President, Mrs. Thomas Mit-
chell; Vice-president, Mrs. G. S.
Croxton; Secretary, Mrs. John Rob-
ert Smith; Treasurer, Mrs. I. C.
Nedley.
'Officers for the Azalea Circle
are as follows: Chairman, Mrs. J.
C Arbogast; co-chairman, Mrs.
Mary Gxrice; secretary, Mrs. Chaun-
cey Costin; treasurer, Mrs. Gordon
Thomas.
Officers for the Gladi-'.us Circle
are as follows: Chairman, Mrs.
Jake Belin; co-chairman, Mrs. Hen-
ry Maige; secretary, Mrs. Wayne
Ashley; treasurer. Mrs. R. W. HIen
derson.
Vice-president, Mrs. G. S. COox-
ton, presided in the absence of the
president. Mrs. Mitchll presided
at the meeting immediately follow-
ing a buffet luncheon served to 32
members and guests. A motion was
made and .passed to hold the presi-
dent's conference here in Port St.
Joe in May of next year. Presidents
from all the Federated Garden
Clubs of Florida in District 2 will
gather for this important meeting
with the Garden Club of this city
as host.
At the conclusion of the meet-
ing, gifts were presented to this
year's past president, Mrs. Thomas
Mitchell and circle chairmen, Mrs.
I. C. Nedley and Mrs. J. C. Arbo-
gast.
The McIntosh home was attrac-
tively decorated with various ar-
rangements of .seasonal flowers and
garlands of hibiscus, day lilies and
philodendron enhanced the mantels
in the living room and sun porch.
An arrangement of fruits and flow-
ers in a tall cut glass and brass
epergne was the centerpiece for the
dining room table from which Mrs.
Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. Percy Flei-
shel and Mrs. Jake Belin served
those present.
Hostesses for the ocacsion were
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. Percy
Fleishel and Mrs. Richard W. Mc-
Intosh, who was unable to be pres-


eat. Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mrs. Megs
Hallman and Mrs. J. C. Arbogast
were in charge atf decorating. Cor-
sages for the guest of honor and
officers were made by Mrs. I. C.
Nedley and Mrs. Kenneth Brodnax,
Helping with the reservations were
Mrs. Carl Armstrong, Mrs. Terry
Hlinote and Mrs. J. L. Sharit.
Arrangements for out-of-town
speaker were made by Mrs. J. C.
Arbogast.


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With Mrs. Suber

Circle 3 of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service of the First
Methodist Church met Monday,
June 18 at the home of Mrs. George
Suber with nine members present.
The hostess served delicious re-
freshments to those present. The
meeting was called to order by
Mrs. J. C. Laney, acting chairman.
AMrs. Suber gave the devotional en-
titled, "A New Dawn" followed with
the program. "Our Community and
the World" was the topic of the
program and was given by Mrs.
Laney and Mrs. Chauncey Costin.
The following officers were elect-
ed. Mrs. John Beasley, chairman;
Co-chairman. Mrs. Chauncel Cos-
tin: secretary, Mrs. J. C. Laney;
treasurer, Mrs. George Suber; spir-
itual life chairman, Mrs. T. H. Mc-
NeilH; birthday chairman, Mrs. H.
T. Brinson; program chairman,
Mrs. Joe Sharit; co-chairman with
Mrs. Sharit Mrs. J. L. Temple;
social service chairman, Mrs. Ed
Ramsey; telephone chairman, Mrs.
Nettie Anchors; co-chairman with
Mrs. Anchors, Mrs. R. H. Brinson.
The meeting closed with prayer
by the group.

CATHOLIC CHILDREN ATTEND
CATECHISM CLASSES
The children of St. Joseph's Ca-
tholic Church are attending cate-
chisim classes in Apalachicola at
the St. Patrick's Church. The Al-
tar Society of the church is furnish-
ing transportation. At the comple-
ltion of the three weeks training,
the children will be able to make
their first communion.

Leaving For Wisconsin
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bartee and
baby will leave Wednesday for Wa-
tertown, Misconsin where they
will make their home.

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TRY AGAIN
Article II of the Constitution provides that
in event of the inability of the President "to dis-
Jiarge the powers and duties of said office, the
..iame shall devolve upon the Vice-President."
But it doesn't say who or what body shall de-
termine when such inability exists or when it
t.rminates. It leaves the answer to Congress..
But Congress up to now has not succeeded in
framing one acceptable enough to be enacted.
There have been a number of suggestions:
That the Cabinet should decide or a Cabinet-
congresional council; that determination of so
nonpartisan a matter should be entrusted to the
Supreme Court. Now the Democratic chair-
man and the ranking Republican member of the
House Judiciary Committee, apparently with
considerable bipartisan support, are sponsoring
a bill to invest the Vice-President with the enor-
rmous responsibility of deciding not merely whe-
.her the President is incapacitated but also whe-
ther he himself is to take over.
We think Congress should look for a better
Answer. This comment is made without regard
Lo present incumbency.
What is wrong with this answer is that it
'sts up either an iLresistible personal temptation
.r an unbearable personal burden. The wrong
kind of ice-President would be under terrific
pressure to exploit a borderline opportunity; the
right kind under just as much from his own loy-
alties and dread of public suspicion. He might
thus withhold an action which could be utterly
vital to the national welfare.

LEMON YELLOW FOR MEN
If we wanted to be mean about it we


could label this piece, "For Men Only." So
girls, will you be about your business and leave
us men here alone to discuss a very important
matter? Leave us face it, men, we are tip against
a crisis. It is one that requires more will pow-
er to face than anything since the first Bermuda
shorts came on the market in baby blue' and
mauve. The fact is, gents, the powers-that-be
have decreed lemon yellow for men who care
this year. There will be darling lemon yellow
sport shirts, warranted not to show spilled mus-
tard, and all the other garments in the same
shade, including lemon yellow Bermuda shorts.
Now that we are here in caucus together,
let's put it on the line: Are we going to submit
instantly and spend the summer looking like
small boys in sister's dresses or are we going to
rise up, declare our independence and then wear
lemon yellow shorts? For let's face it, men. If
it has been decreed, your goose is cooked. The
Lest you can manage is a routine and sporadic
show of independence. But when you start
getting lemon yellow shorts on your bii'thday or
any other gift-giving occasion, and when the
distaff side tells you firmly, you've not a thing
to wear but those lemon yellow things, then
you'll have to give in, finally.
So why not be a good fellow and get your-
self prepared: For this year, men, it's lemon
yellow for men who care. Hartford Courant

Will You Be Ready When Life Says,
"Be Prepared For Inspection?"
(Written for the Georgia Military Academy
newspaper by Frank LeHardy, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank LeHardy of this city)
Another group of cadets have been graduat-
ed at Georgia Military Academy. We have been
subjected to daily inspections of uniforms,
marching, rooms, studies, activities, and so on.
But although these inspections are over there
are more to come. College will inspect us!
Girls will inspect us! (They've been doing a lit-
tle preliminary inspecting already.) Business
and the professions will inspect us! Life will
inspect us, and it is to be hoped that once in a
while we will inspect ourselves.
You have to work preparing for life's inspec-
tion from the instant you thrill the world by
your entrance into it, until the grand finale.
Some of us may think we can coast along, and
then at the last moment dust off the cluttered
shelves that have been littered with years of
things undone and dreams wasted.
We never know when the Great Inspector
will say, 'Trepare for inspection!" Will you be
Steady, or will you be caught off guard?


'AR, QRT ST,:~.05, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE-21, 1956

Every moment should be spent getting rea- bingl If you view of life, people, and spirit is Mr. and Mrs; c. E. Whitaker and
dy. If you have dirty shelves, start udstingl If distorted by grimy windows, start polishing! family of Bonifay, Mr. and Mrs. R.
those hidden corners need cleaning, start scrub- -Frank LeHardy v. Howell of anama City, Mr. and
Mrs. Dolphus Brown and daughter
~"of Bonifay and Mrs. Mae Creamer
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Whitteraker Mrs. J. K. Williams had as her and family spent Sunday with their
NEWS FROM and children of Caryville spent the visitors Wednesday, Mrs. Flossie parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Payne
UHnIt n ViaW week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Duren and children from the beach. near Wewahitchka.
Peterson and family and also with Mrs. Beulah Glass and sons Jer- Hazel Creamer is spending a few
By Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan other relatives here. ry and Jimmie of Panama City and days with her grandparents, Mr.
PHONE 7-5053 I Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Matthews and family, Mrs. Mallie Johnson and and Mrs. A. J. Payne near Wewa-
son, Mrs. Laura Matthews and Mrs. also other friends here Sunday. hitchka.
Mrls. James Grissett honored her Callie Whitman of Ozark, Ala., vis- Libby Adams, daughter of Rev. Mrs. Arvil Douglas and children
little daughter, ISandra with a birth- cited Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Matthews and Mrs. L. F. Adams have return- are visiting relatives in Vernon,
day party Saturday, June 16 at Sunday. ed from a vacation in Geneva, Ala. (Continued on page 5)
2:30 p.m. at her home.
ISeveral games were played and Wa i
prizes were won by Denny Adams P '.
and Patricia Davis.
Mrs. Grissett, assisted by Mrs. / .
Mae Nix, served refreshments of '
ice cream and cake to the little t1 ,, .
guests as following Geraldine and 4w) -:- '
Denny Adams, Patricia and Linda
Davis, Joy and Gail Alday, Patty, /
Jimmie and Lavaughn Cannington, / / 4, -- == .
Gwen Duval, Philip and Margie'
Grissett and Betty Creamer.
Many lovely gifts were received,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hewitt and 'CK
Jan Peterson were week end visi-
tora of Mrs. J. W. Wooten of De
Funlak Springs. Mrs. Wooten, Mrs.
Hewitt's mother, accompanied them
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griffin spent
'Sunday in Altha visiting friends
and relatives."
Mr. and Mrs. John H. ;Story and ,. .. ..
family spent a few days in Blounts-
town last week visiting relatives. ,
Mrs. H. B. Williams and daugh- E" ,

Kelley.
Mrs. Mary Coleman and Miss
Betty Zorn are visiting relatives \
in Albany, Ga. \ "
Miss Margie Rogers is attending
a Christian witness conference for
the Methodist youth fellowship in j-" \ ,. -
Mobile, Alabama this week. ;
Paul Davidson and family are
visiting in Vernon this week.e
,Miss Janette Ard and Glenn Ard ,.* .. "
of Pensacola are visiting friends
here this week. -.,.///
Mrs. Dorothy Ard, Miss Ranza A-[ --
Cox and Jimmy Whittington mo- / / -7
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TAILSAiAiSSEE Unemploy-
ment increased as expected in May
but remained 10 per cent under a
year ago, reports Industrial Com-
mission Chairman James T. Vo-
celle.
Payments to workers without
jobs through no fault of their own
jumped 18 per cent in May over
April, due largely to layoffs in cit-
rus canning and packing plants
and the closing of the winter 'tour-
ist season.
May payments for 35,671 weeks.
:of covered unemployment totaled
$737,791 an increase of $112,000
over April. Weeks of unemployment
however, were 3,900 fewer than in
May of last year.
Compared to the same two
months of last year, May unemploy-
ment picture was better than in
April. Although the numbers oi
jobless workers increased, May un-
employment was. 10 per cent less
than the same month last year
while April unemployment was only
31 per cent less than April of last
year.
May benefit payments were high
er than in May of 1.956 with the av
erage- weekly payment totaling
$20.63 compared to $17.51 last year
The change was due to law changes
which increased the maximum
weekly benefit to $26 from $20.
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Willie 'Caor has returned home
June 12 after spending a year and
10 months overseas with the armed
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FRIED potatoes will be very
flavorful if you parboil peeled
potatoes in consomme or clea!
soup. Slice into a skillet with ba.
ton drippings and fry as usual,
reasoning with salt, pepper and a
bit of grated onion.
For a delightful topping ox
casseroles, dip into the potato
chips which are- almost all gone
but which have left the tastlesi
crumbs at the bottom of the bag.
A simple dessert uses black
cherry flavored gelatin to which
THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
Orange-Pineapple Crush
(Serves 6)
2 cups crushed pineapple
6-ounce can quick-frozen
orange juice
1% cups water
Juice of 1 lemon
Combine all ingredients
thoroughly in mixing bowl.
Pour into freezer trays. Freeze
overnight. To serve, spoon Into
sherbet dishes and garnish with
maraschino cherry, fresh straw-
berries or raspberries.
you've added some light or darl
cherries when the gelatin has
slightly thickened. Before serving,
whip some cream and fold in
sliced bananas and slivered al-
monds to use as a topping for the
gelatin.
: Good refreshment for a warm
afternoon when friends drop in,
use equal parts of pineapple and
cranberry juice. Float a scoop ol
pineapple or orange sherbet on
top of this as a delightful and
festive touch.
A touch of marjoram and a feV
capers will do wonders for chicken
salad that you want to be espe'
cially good.
Having a children's party? They
will like a spoonful of vanilla
Ace cream beaten to a froth with
% cup of chilled pineapple juice.
TbiM makes one serving.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND 'FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
LN PROBATE,
IN RE: Estate of
RAYMOND HOWARD MARSHALL,
'Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Raymond
Howard Marshall, deceased, are herby noti
lied and required to file any claimn or d-
mands which. they may have against sail
estate in the office of the County Judge of
Gulf County, Florida, In the courthouse W
Wewahitchka, Florida, within t-ight (S)
calendar months from the date "i? the first
publication of this notice. Each Clmaim o
demand must be in writing sauJ n-it state
the place of residence and post office ad-
dress of the claimant and must be sworn
to by the claimant, his agent, or his attor-
ney, or it will become void according 10o law.
June 7, 1656. o1-i-it
is/ THELMA A. MARSHALL
Administratrix of the Estate of
Raymond Howard Mars:a,'Il. ,leeaed.
Is/ 4,CIL G. COSTING, Jr.
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City this .week,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Swords and
family of Blakely, Ga., are spend-
ing their vacation with his mother,
Mrs. Kate Swords and also Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Pridgen.
Mrs. E. H. Pridgen has returned
home after spending a few days in
the Municipal Hospital.
MARIETTA CHAIN
WORKING AT RIDGECREST
Miss Marietta Chatin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chatin, is
spending the summer at Ridgecres%
Baptist Assembly, Ridgecrest, N-
C., as a member of the student
staff. She is one of four hundred
boys and girls who will heln to
make Ridgecrest a "heaven on
earth" for thousands of Southeru
Baptists who attend the different
weeks of conference during the
Summer.
Ridgecrest is operated by the
Sunday School Board of the Sou-
thern Baptist Convention.
Do corns bother you? One woman
applied a strip of cellophane tape
around her corn and reported that
it disappeared-in time.

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KLEENEX 2 boxes 29c
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First Baptist Circle 6
Meets Monday P.M.

Circle 6 of the First Baptist
Church WMU held a meeting Mon-
day at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs.
George Montgomery. Mrs. Charles
Gill co-chairman, presided in the
absence of Mrs. Joe .Brace-well.
The devotional was taken from
James 1:2-6 and 19:22 by Mrs. J.
0. Baggett. Mrs. Roy Irwin led
in prayer.
The topic for discussion was
"Missionary Qualifications" and
was developed by Mrs. Gill in a
talk, "Red Letter Day".
Routine business was transacted
with reports by the following chair-
men: mission study, stewardship,
community missions and children's
home.
The July meeting will be with
Mrs. J. Rich. The meeting was clos-
ed with prayer .by Mrs. C. A. Mc-
Clellan.
The hostesses, assisted by her
daughter, Ann, served refreshments
to the eight members present.

Famous Font
Generals "Stonewall" Jackson am.
\Iatthew B. Ridgway were baptized
it the same font in St. John's Epla
oaai church. Brooklyn. N. Y.


SAVE regularly...


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


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Mrs. Petty Hostess-lo-
First Baptist Circe N1o. 2

Mrs. P. W Petty was h. ess I',.
Circle No. 2 of the First. iaptist
WMU on Tuesday, May 19-at 3:00
p.m. Nine members were present.
Mrs. J. D. Lane chose to read'. 1
Cor. 2:9 for the devotional, follow-
ed with prayer by Mrs. W. J.
Daughtry. A selection from the Roy-
al Service magazine, "Goats For
The People" was given by Mrs. E.
H. Van Landingham. Mrs. Daugh-
try briefly discussed the work of
several missionaries, and stressed
their need of our prayers.
During the business session, re-
ports were given by the various
committee chairmen. The meeting
adjourned with a prayer by Mrs.
H. F. Ayers.
The July meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. Roy Crews,
1315 Marvin Ave.

Leave For North Carolina
'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fensom and
sons, Jim and Chesley and daughter
Miss Judy Fensom have returned
from a trip through the Smokies
and points of interest in North Car-
olina. They were guests at Fontan-
na Dam Resort where they enjoyed
horse back riding and swimming.


cranberry juice. Float a scoop oI
pineapple or orange sherbet on
top of this as a delightful and
festive touch.
A touch of marjoram and a few
capers will do wonders for chickeil
salad that you want to be espe'
cially good.
Having a children's party? They
will like a spoonful of vanilla
Ace cream beaten to a froth with
%- cup of chilled pineapple juice.
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Port St. Joe, Florida


any extent. Black and white tele- get the full details from 'our news
vision didn't hurt them; they went paper and most veeryone today de-
right on,-their circulation increas- pends on his newspaper for r adio
ed, and advertising volume has held and T listings -
While news broadcasts -on TV _______
and radio may beat the local news-
.a...... .. .... ... im b Deeective Chiineys


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TOO LATE TO
CLASSIC Y
By RUSSELL KAY*
Unless you-have seen color TV
you can't realize what an Improve-
ment it i over black- and white.
.Color is coming fast, and manufac-
turers':have reduced their prices o
where the average family can trade
in their black and white set 'and
get a new color set at a reasonable
figure, not much more than they
paid for a black and white a year
or so ago.
We now have two stations broad-
casting color in the Tampa area
and 'while the number of programs
is limited during the summer,
more and more high class color pro-
grams are being schdeuled. Next
fall and winter some wonderful col-
or productions will be on the air
almost every; day.
iSo far, color has gone in for big
hit shows lasting from an hour to
two hours with production costs in
the hundred's of thousands, hit
plays, world's series baseball, op-
era, ballet 4nd the like.
Manufacturers estimate they will
sell 200,000 color sets this year;
500,000 to one million in 1957 and
more than five million by 1958.
Cost of good color sets today run
from $450 to $500 where they were
selling at from $800 to $1,200 a, year
or so ago. It is expected that good
practical color sets will be avail-
able at around $300 within a year,
and by the time such sets are avail-
able producers of TV programs es-
timate that htere will be at least
100 hours of color shows each
month.
Although color programs are :
most costly to sponsor, they are so
much more effective and impres-
sive that advertisers who have tried
them feel they are well worth the
money, and one video executive
calls them "hypnotic" as far as
the audience is concerned. I am in-
clined to agree with him, for some
of the color commercials are strik-
ing. Color is particularly effective
for the display of food products.
They fairly make your mouth wa-
ter and tell a story that black and
white never could.
Just as black and white advertis-
ing was largely supplanted in na-
tional magazines by color, so will
color TV commercials replace black
and white fo rthey do a tremen-
dous selling job. You can rest as-
sured advertisers would not spend
the money they do for such pro-
grams unless they paid off.
Concerns like Colgate-Palmolive
Company, Chrysler Corporation,
Ford, Proctor & Gamble and oth-
ers are now sponsoring several dif-
ferent programs and find it profit-
able. They will all be in the color
field before long.
The old question comes up as to
up. I feel confident it will do the
same against color TV.
what will this do to newspaper and
magazine advertising. Personally, I
do not think it will hurt them to


-- EASY

S''DOES

'- U BY ..... HELEN HALE
FRIED potatoes will be very
flavorful if you parboil peeled
potatoes in consomme or clear
soup. Slice into a skillet with ba-
kon drippings and fry as usual,
Reasoning with salt, pepper and a
bit of grated onion.
For a delightful topping or
casseroles, dip into the potato
chips which are almost all gone
but which have left the tastiest
crumbs at the bottom of the bag.
A simple dessert uses black
cherry flavored gelatin to which
THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
Orange-Pineapple Crush
(Serves 6)
2% cups cr'ushedc pineapple'
6-ounce can quick-frozen I
orange juice
1 cups water
Juice of 1 lemon
Combine all ingredients
thoroughly in mixing bowl
Pour into freezer trays. Freeze
overnight. To serve, spoon into
sherbet dishes and garnish with
maraschino cherry, fresh straw-
berries or raspberries.
you've added some light or dark
cherries when the gelatin has
slightly thickened. Before serving,
whip some cream and fold in
sliced bananas and slivered al-
monds to use as a topping for the
gelatin.
Good refreshment for a warm
afternoon when friends drop in,
use equal parts of pineapple and


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June 24, 25



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ERNEST 4 t
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and Introdu'ng
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*fe CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


IT'S GOOD BEING
A DRUG STORE...
with a HEART
We are many things to many people
a place o buy toothpaste, choc-
olate malts, a paper, cigarettes,
lipstick, to ask directions, phone,
stend in out of the rain. We Wet-
tome all of these things but cornm-
pared to our reason-for-being, they
are incidental. For we started out
originally-exclusively as your Phar-
macy. And it still remains our
S Rexall Pharmacy is still the HEART
of our business. It Is our pride and
the first thing we'd like to have re-
membered.
We are grateful for the privilege of
compounding the drugs your doctor
prescribes to improve your health.
member us the next time you
need a prescription filled. We are
always happy to serve you.




Buzzetfs Drug Store
PHONE 7-4t371


PIANO TUNING and REF
FOR RENTi Small furnished house Specidl discounts to
For couple only. 311 Woodward Churches and Civic Gro
SAve. Phone 7-3726. All Work Guaranteed
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. Ph4RLES A4691SC
516 Third St. tfc6-14 Ph._-491_69_1
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. SPECIAL SERVICES
Apply Mrs. Charles Brown, 306 ELECTRIC IRONS repaired


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
114 Monument Avenue, Costin
building. ltc
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
808 16th St. Available June 25.
$45 monthly including water. Phone
7-4611, C. R. Garraway.
WANTED TO RENT OR BUY-2
or 3 bedroom house. Reply to
Box E, Port St. Joe. 3tc
FOR SALE: '46 Plymouth coupe
with heater, radio. 1.6 horse out-
board motor. J. J. Laurimore, High-
land View.
FOR SALE: Good home at a price
you can afford to pay. Kitchen
complete with Youngstown cabinets
hot water heater, refrigerator -and
electric stove. All in good condi-
tion. Some terms. Call 7-396 for
appointment.


Highland View WMS FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
V'Me iew A WMC.I White City. Inquire at Harper'o
'Meets At Church Mon. Store. itp
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house with
The Highland View WMS met at bath on 7th St., at Highland View
the church Monday afternoon at Priced to sell. See or call. Jake Ga-
3:00 p.m. for Royal Service with vin. Phone 7-2681.
Circle 1 presenting the program. HELP WANTED, Ambitions, ener-
Mrs. Leo Kennedy led in prayer. getic young man. Furniture sell-
The theme of the -program was, ing and collecting. Good proposi-
"Thy Word-A Lamp, A Light". tion. Fowhand Furniture Co., Inc.,
Mrs. C. A. Phelps read scriptures 328 Reid Ave.
from Psalms 11-9:115, 130, Proverbs MAN WANTED: for J. R. Watkins
6:23; H Peters 119, II Timothy 215. dealer. See or write W. L. Bur-
The group sang, "Break Thou kett, dealer, Box 482. Port St. Joe.
The Bread of Life". Those taking Old Breeze
SELL OR LEASE: Old Breeze
part on the program were Mrs. L. building in Wewahitchka. Easy
F. Adams, Mrs. John Core, Mrs. erms. Repair to suit tenant. C. F.
Leo Kennedy, Mrs. Emmett Du- -lanlon, Phone NE 7-2361. Wewa-
Bose, Mrs. Lillie Richter, Mrs. Bra- hitchka. ,tfc4-19
dy Roney and Mrs. C. A. Phelps.
USED PIANOS
There were nine members pre- from $26.00
ent. Mrs. L. F. Adams dismissed MELODY MUSIC MART
with prayer. 137 Harrison Ave.
__ Panama City, Florida
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
Star Want Ads Get Result? MELODY MUSIC MART
(____ 137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 64711
Send The Stan to a friend. Panama City, Florida


guaranteed. Quick. depe
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Re
TV ANTENNAS installed,
ed and re-wired. Phone BA
Bill Bowen.
:O FAST, EFFICIENT pl1
service, call BILL'S PLUN
Phone 7-7846. Outboard mot
paired, also.

Keys Made While You
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
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Real Estate & Insuranc
BAII 7-7741 411 Rel
FOR RENT: Furnished hot
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC an
FRIGERATION SERVICE
ensed electrical contract
kinds electric and refrig
service and installation.
.-3032.
F YOU ARE INTERESTED
ing money see us for an
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SWAP SHOP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN P0S1
THE AMERICAN La.ION
Ing first and third Monday
800 p.m., American Legion
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G.
R* A. M.-Regular oenvoeat
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56
M., 2nd and 4th Monday. Al
Allen, High Priest; H. R.
secretary.

LOYAL ORDER OF MOO
Meetings at Moose Hal
Fourth St.. meeting night every
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 4C
0. F.-Meots first and third
days, 7:80 p. m. In Masonic H
members urged to attend; v
brethren invited. G. F. Law
THERE WILL BE a regular
munication of Port St. Joe
No. 111, F&AM Friday, Ji
8:00 p.m. -All Master Mason
dially invited.
J. B. GRIFFITH, W.
F. W. CHANDLER, S


ALCOHOLISM, recognized b
American Medical Associat
a disease, is no reapector o
sons, nor is it essentially a
question. A group of the new
wide fellowship of Alcoholic
onymous has been formed in
St. Joe and is now holding
ings twice a week. All person
siring the services of this
may contact P. 0. Box 241 o
BAll 7-3646.


"tg S'TAR PORT ST, J0S, GUL.F COUNTY, MPORIDA

of Siith, Ri f ai( Sddrw"tS aes ate QzOagG. L. a.'E.W Port St Joe win SreeholCTr at a 1nu I 'P1 To Ftahise'; nd the roter Jin .i-I t.
U11210Wn, f all#fe.end It dead, thei- Executors of .bq Eitr:.. of Albert nicipal election :,;l. for such purpose as vote -es.*' said ordinance shall L.*,. i c-',0
Lun own Iars, devisee, legatees, .ee 'oWard, deceased. provided by the charter of the City of Port mark after the words 'Against Fran-
assOWg2nees, devieeer, legatee, AILAS R.e STONE St. Joe and in accordance with the laws chisel"
grantees. assignfee, lienors, credit- Attorney for Executors 4t-6-21 of the State of Florida so far as the same AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO FLOR-
ors, trustees or other claimants by, --- -- -- may be applicable, except as herein other- IDA POWER CORPORATION ITS LE-
ise provided. .. T'.T.. SUCCES-
through, under or against the above NOTICE TO ALL FREEHOLDER ELECTORS Section 2. Thatt a special municipal elec- .i RIGHT AND
ed designated defendants, OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA. tion be, and the same is hereby called and ii.l 't ..:i. FRANCHISE *'
PAIR Notice is hereby given that the City Reg- ordered to be held within the City of Port FOR. C'ONSTRlJCT1NG, .MT.TAITXINNO.
and. each of tlhefl, ald to all per- istration books will be oen at the office St Joe, Florida, on Tuesday, the 24th FORdy AND COPERATING A. TALECiRIC
Ssons or parties having or claiming of the City Clerk, City Hall, Port St. Joe, of July, 1956, at which election there shal POWER PLANT AND ,iHfRi3,lii'0
ups any right, title, or interest in or to Florida for a period from 9:00 am. June be submitted to the qualified electors of SYSTEM iN TIE CITY ,'i I 'R 0 I
the following described lands sit 21, 1956 throu e purpose ocf renstJuly said City who are freeholders, the question tI '. COUNTY OF GULt [:,-. .TTE
the following described lands alt 21, 1950 for the purpose of registering of the approval or rejection of the said frau- .-i FLORIDA.
0K uate, lying and being in Gulf Coun- persons who have been residents of this ise ordinance. of t id Franchise:
St t, Florida: ity for the past six months and of the Section 8. That notice of said special Agaist rchise:. .......
S Lots T ty, Florida: ( State of Florida for one year, and who are election herein called and ordered the City Section 9. That the polls at said election
Lots Two (2) and Four (4) in freeholders. Commission to be held iiithe ( OfiPoi shall be open at $:DO o'clock a.m, and shall
Block Twenty-six (26) of the City The City registration books will be open misst Florida, shall ithe ., of Port shall be ope at :0 o'clock a.m. adit shallbe
SWork of Port St. Joe, Florida, according hours of 9:00 a. and 12:00 newspaper of general, 1.said Ithe duty of the .,., Officer to fur-
dable to the official plat thereof on o'clock pm ond from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 City for at least thirty (30) days prior to nish the Clerk of Election appointed for such
endable to the official plat thereof on o'clock P.m Monday through Friday and said election, such publication to he made e eecion a ist of ii nmes of the registered
id Ave file inti the Office of the Clerk from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 o'clock noon on at least once eepeach week fr tfou (.) consec lnd ,.i elector who arte freeholders
of the Circuit Court of Gulf Saturday's for a period from June 25 until utive wecks during saii thirty (30) day and to vote at this election under
clean- County, Florda:00 o'clock noon, July 1, at which time period. t Costitution and Laws of the State of
~ ou nty, Florida.d each f ou are hereby the registration books will close. All per- Section 4. Tha this ordinance shall serve Ftorid ai litc Charter and Ordinances of
7-921. You and each of you are hereby ons have registered asfreeholder elec- as notic o said special election and the the City of Port St. Joe. The Clerk and In-
tfc6-14 notified that a Complaint has been tors in the City within the past four years City Clerk is hereby ordered and directed to spectors of Electioni 'lPpnted for said
filed against each of you in the are not required to re-register, cause a copy of this ordinance, accompanied election shall, when thiI i.,... dloed,
b i ledg agabv nam ed ch fourt.Te natureoR.-W. HENDERSON by a copy of the said irianchise ordiHaCe.i, proceed to count the ballots and, when as-
umb above named Court. The nature of City Auditor and Clerk 4t-6-21 to be posted at the front door of the meet- crtaind, the reIt o the voing shall be
oB r, the suit is one in equity to 'deter- -- -ing place of the City Commiission for a per- certified ib retum signed- by the Clerk of
cs re mine the title of the Plaintiffs and NOTICE OF ELECTION ld of at least thirty days before the date Election and a majority of the T.-I ..i,:.. .
to obtain a decree establishing, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Speo- of said election, said ordinanii s 1o rmnain Election, and the Clerk ofI -I...,., ,lit
ir f ial Municipal Election of freeholders will so posted at said place until after said elec- transmit ndil deliver the same to the City
Wai quieting and confirming their fee be held in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida. tion shall have been liheld. A copy of said Commission at a meeting of said City Cornm-
simple absolute title to the describ- on the 24th day of July, 1956. between the franchise ordinance shall likewise bie made mission to be held at 121:00 o'clock noon
ed property, removing therefrom hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 7:00 o'clock available at the office of the City Clerk for on the day following such election.
the clouds alleged in said Corn- pm., at the following pulling place examination by any qualified voter for a Section 10. That a meeting of the City
City Hall in Port St. Joe period of it least thirty Inys prior to the Commist-oi be. attL the same is hereby,
,plaint, cancelling and setting aside at which said election there will be submit- '-, f said election, called to be held at the City IHall at 12:00
any right, title, interest or lien ted to the duly qualified electors of the *, 5. That the ii.... place for said noon on the day ',. .. said election and,
irs which you or any of yoCity of Port St. Joe who are freeholders. election shall be the ... in le City at said ... .. l-. 11... Commission, acting
lirs which you or any of you have, for approval or rejection, an Ordinance of Port St. Joe, and that the following per- as tie-, ', cn'assrs, shall proceed to
claim, pretend, or assert in, to, on adopted by the City Commission of the Cit sonis aCCe .n"poinirl *i officers to conduct the canvass tihe returns presented by the Clerk
ole for or against said property and en- of Port St. Joe on the 24th day of July, said i.t.. .-, -.... .. Mrs. C Goodsoiin, ,of Election and shall determine and declare
and joining you and each of you from A. D. 1956, entitled as follows: Mrs. W. J. Fcrrell and Mrs. Ed Ramsey, |, treslt of such election; and if a ma-
S and joining you and-each of you from "ORDINANCE NO. 156X Inspectors of Election, and C. A. Luptonjo. ry of thi vottes cast by lihe qualified
pretending, claiming or asserting AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO FLOR- Clerk of Election. The qualified electors pre electors v.-lr o atre r ehiolders shall be in favor
any right, title or interest in or IDA POWER CORPORATION, ITS LE- sent at the polls may choose, from among of said franrilise, lie 'City Commission shall
lien upon said roertGAL REPRESENTATIVES. SUCCES- their number, ,,. or persons to take -,....., ,are their ordina,.- r,
lien Upon Sa property. SORS AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT AND thc place or -,...: any such person or ., ... ,. o : bcn '' '., ,.
S .You and each of you are hereby PRIVILEGE OF, AND FRANCHISE FOR. persons so appointed who shall fail or re- confirmed.
d Ave. notified and required to serve upon CONSTRUCTING, MAINTAINING AND fuse ot be present or serve as such Inspec- iSecion If. Thaluthiis ordinance shall be
se. Sas R. Stone, Plaintiffs' attorney, OPERATING IN THE CITY OF PORT tor, Inspectors or Clerk of Election efecioi. effetive upon htie srme hbein legally passed
las tone, laintl attorney, JOE, COUNTY OF GULF, AND Section 6. That the City Clerk shall be and adopted lyv the Citv Commission of the
whose address is P. 0. Box 245, STATE OF FLORIDA." the Registration Officer for this special City of Port .St. Joe, 'Florida.
id RE- Port St. Joe, Florida, copy of your (SEAL) election and it shall be his dluty t) prepare Passed first rc dingi this 12th day of
E. IA- answer or written defenses, if any, R. W. HENDERSON 15t or cause to be prepared *' ,.. t numberr iJun. D., 19l56.
City Clerk 6-21 Iof registration books, blanks, oaths for Prissed secondl roadhi this l2th day of
r. AUll to the Complaint filed in said suit, Dated: June 19, 1950. registration, certificates for Pi idt',", ap- June, A. D., 1956.
ratonon or before the 16th day of July, plications for renewal cth i i-, ...rtiti- peed ,, D reeling this tth day of
Phone 195,6, and to file the original thereof CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA forms, including ballots, necessary and-or t .. SILtliT
tfc with said Court. Herein fail not or ORDINANCE NO. 158X required to be used for this election; and -.r.... .niissioner
the decree of this -Court will be en- An Ordinance providing for an alec- when not otherwise provided for under the ., i -ti It RAMSEY
V-th e ecree o this ourt i tion by the qualified freeholder electors Charter of the City of Port St. Joe or i CA tIFFOIRI TIllItPE
in say- tered against you by default, of the City of Port St. Joe,, Florida, for t lds ordinance, the governing of the elec- ORDmON HIIALItARK
mythlng This notice shall be published the approval or rejection of an ordinance ;ion and forms and blanks used therein shall city ommis I t-
3P and once each week for four consecu- granting to Florida Power Corporation, conform to the statutes and general laws (SEAL) y
ce weeks n tr "its legal representatives, successors and of the State of Florida. (IEAL)
tive weeks n "The Star", a neWS- assings, the right and privilege of, and Section T7 That it shall be the duty of At Io: N
r 11, paper published in Gulf County, franchise for, constructing, maintaining said Registration Officer to register all per- H -I'iE tiSN.
M11t Florida. and operating an electric power plant and sons who tire qualified as freeholder electors ity CiTrk
m. W lor d a e ofi distribution system in the City of Port for said election, and who apply to hnim, il T S l TE 1, FF LRD
an hts Witness my hand and the official st. Joe, Florida, and prescribing the me- an appropriate :-...-, ,. ... i.mok which hlie COUNT\ OFG (UiLIF sq.
Home seal of the said Court at Wewa- thod, manner and conduct of holding such shall provide .... h. t. I ...'. CLi y I.. R.v HnePo r S JoElerk of the
hitchka Gulf County, Florida, this office t-...:- C-i,, tR.%. Hendrson, City Clerka of thereby
13th day of June, A. D., 1956. WHEREAS, the chartei. of the City of days before the holding of said election "l lett it ytha the a:oveend foregoing ohre
Port St. Joe provides that the City Corn- shall remain open for such registration for certciy tt theit oe and oiregoing ordin-
On of ('COURT SEAL) mission shall have the right to grant fran- at least ten (10) days between the hours amce was dly a d legally passed sandadopt-
R. A GEORGOE Y. CORE chise, as provided by the general laws and of :00 o'clock a.m. and 12:0 o'clock d by rt St. Joe, Floridty in regular session Cits-y of
I view Clerk Cirrcuit Court statutes of the State of Florida, to corpora- noon, and between the hours of 2:00 o'clock tlt le..l Fltria ic regular session ne-
II vrls S_ Clerk Circuit Courlt tions for the establishment or maintenance p.m. and 5:00 o'clock p.m., each day. Each sn'iled, at which ,,aid session a quorum
M SIe AS R. STONE of public utilities in the City of Port St. person plying, to be registered shall, if of e City Cor nissio was present and
Mal9o Attorney for Plaintiffs. 6-14- Joe, by ordinance first passed 'id :mldpt-e qualified, take oath administered by said the ;i ina i e,re by1 t.anmid to
S________________ by the City Commission, and 'i .''i'.". I... -. -.Officer or his duly tp1inl./he\l (aye fo
approved by a majority of the votes ease i"'. t., I.. effect that he is a '*' l t..' (SEA' ,L)
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME by the qualified electors of the City of Port elector and freeholder of the City of Port Ci. i. ENrk O tSO h
3SE Notice is hereby given that the under- St, Joe who are freeholders, at a municipal St. Joe. Each person taking such oath shall City' of Port St. Joe Florida
1, 310 signed, desiring to engage in business under election at which such question shall have .....,...,, 1... registered by entering in said s The above ,and foreoitt,,g ordinance has
y other the fictitious name of GULF COAST PRINT- been submitted to said electors; and 0 .t. ....... ,ook the name of such person been ulyv exmind and the same is hereby
ING & LITHO OO, at number 203 Third WHEREAS, in accordance with the terms *.,- .. address, age, color and other tpel a l
Street, In the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, of said charter of the City of Port St. Joe, ... .. appropriate for the purpose. ated at Port St. Florida, this the
intends 'to register the said name with the said City Commission has, by an ordinance Section S. That all ballots provided by 1,ti, 1, SI I ,', t s tG
0, I. 0. Clerk of the Circuit Court. of Gulf County, duly passed and adopted by said City Corn- the Registration Officer shall be alike, el- I 1d ,tlumme hiti
Thuri Florida. mission, granted a franchise to Florida Pow- ther printed or typewritten in plain type, rns'1r Si H t
JAMES H. BAINE er Corlporation, lorida corportion, a its ,r cofr-phot lines and on plain paper suffi- iiv of 'oi S l o lorida
all. All COLENE BAINE legal representatives, successors and assigns, ... that th. I...." i,... .. ... i foreoinS g t leti, n oridin-
visiting OOLENE BAI~ 4t-6-21 for constructing, maintaining an(. ... ,.... thereon cannot be ..,-. ...... e has ben uly fo mined by let and
Nrenee -------------- an electric power plant andh i,-mr.iLi.in. from tl t back, andl i, ,,i .... t ,, ... the sam i proi 'o-. a ,e fo-yrmni la'mangua.. ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT system in the City of Port St. Joe, and now information to enable the voter to know Ia t ss thereof.
r cor ULF T COUNTY J, FLORIDA desires to submit the question of the appro- upon hatl hi, or she, is voting; inay also c iorre i ,s th STN JR
SCn- UI N PROBATE.Y, val or rejection of said franchise ordinance contain sufficient instructions to lhie viter Ciiy ',.' Jof the
Lod In Re:-Estat PROBATE to the qualified electors of the City of Port as to how to mark the ballot; and shall be rida
dgUeB In ReA-ERtLte o W St. Joe who are freeholders; now, therefore, to the following effect: i orid-
mne 8, T LEE WARD, BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
IS CO NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR FINAL THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE: SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Visiting Croxtotis
DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS Section 1. That the action of the City "This election is held for the purpose of Ms .R ,im INoblem and daugh-
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Commission of the City of Port St. Joe in .!',,fi'nn. whether the qualified electors Mrs. Raldllllt) Nobles aid daigh-
M. Notice is hereby given that we have filed passing and adopting an ordinance granting .m ti. .r, of oPrt St. Joe who are free- ter, Rose Marie, Jo Ann and SOnl
our Final Returns as Executors of the Es- to Florida Power Corporation, its legal rep- holders shall approve the ordinance passed
IO. tate of Albert Lee Ward, deceased; that we resenitatives, successors and assigns, the and adopted by the City Commission of said Randy of Payntte, Miss., are visit- ,
have filed our petition for final discharge, right and privilege of, and franchise for, con- City granting to Florida Power Corporation, -
the and that we will apply to the Honorable 'strucng.. maintaining and operating an its legal representatives, successors and as- uIg their lp:rents and grandpar-
y the JE. Pridgeon, County Judge, of Gulf electric power plant and distribution sys- '- the right and privilege of. and frn ints, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Croxton.
ion as County, Florida, on July 23, 1956. for tern in the City of Port St. Joe, County of i. for, constructing, maintaining aind
tf per- proval of the same and for final discharge lulf, State of Florida, be and it hereby is operating anr electric power plant :, dis- Iis-
S i as executors of the Estate of Albert Lee authorized, approved and icoaffirmed: sub- tribution system in the City of Port -r Joe. e-
moail Ward, deceased. )ject, however, to the approval of said fran- The voter desiring to vote in favor of the tar Want AdI 'iet Re
world- This the i 19th dav of mun. A 1956 chise ordinance by i a majority ofi tlih votes proposed ordinance -. ..'"- said tfra.iliisk a' ..e Reu
a An. MONICA L. WARD cast hiy the qualified electors of the City of shall pu. ta cross r ..'..t ,1 after the words Advertising doesn't cost-It PAYS"
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOUR
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
GULF COUNT, FLORIDA
FLOSSIE L.. DUREN
PLAINTIFF
VS
JOHN P. DUREN, Et als.
DEFENDANTS
NOTICE TO: John P. Duren, whose address
is: c/o General Delivery, Daleville, Alabama.
On or before 2 July A.D., 1956, the de-
fendant, John P. Duren, is required to serve
upon, Ernest C: 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
the 30th day of May, A D., 1966.
GEORGE Y. CORE
As Clerk of said Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
May 31, June 7, 14, 21, 1966.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT OF GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA
In re. Estate of JOHN POUNSEL,
Deceased.
All creditors of the estate of
John Pounsel, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they Muay
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of 4ult
County, Florida, in the court house
at, Wewahitchka, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this,
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in -writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent or his attorney, or it Will be-
come void according to law.
May 23, 1956 4t
Rosa Lee Pounsel
Administratrix of the estate of
John Pounsel deceased.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
RO(URTEBNTH JUDICIAL
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CERY.
J. F. DANIELL and wife,
LUDIE DANIELL,
GULF COUNTY. IN CHAN-
Plaintiffs,
-vs-
ALBERT RATLIFF, if alive, and
if dead, his unknown heirs, devise-
es, legatees, and grantees, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: Albert Ratliff, Etta Petty,
James Smith, Alex Smith, Joe!
Smith, Bessie Harirs, G. R. Ratliff,
James L. Ratliff, Mrs. J. B. Wether-
ington, Daisy Ratliff, Jerry Smith,
George Smith, Harris Smith. Ward
Smith, Grover Smith, Beulah John-
son, Cleo Morgan, Mrs. H. C. Rilh-
ards, Viola Green, Mrs. William
Ratliff, Mrs. Brantly Smith, Azes
Zipperer, 'Mrs. iSteve M. Smith,
Kate Smith, Silas Smith, Besale
Smith, Olive Smith, Mrs, Remet E.


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