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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: July 12, 1956
Frequency: weekly
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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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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).
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THE STAR


THE STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
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Port St. Joe -The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


VOLUME XIX -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1956 single Copy s NUMBER 46
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ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESL-EY R. RAMSEY


SAVE THE TICKER
While scanning over the newspa-
per the other day when we ran
across an article that said fishing
was a means of preventing coro-
nary attacks.
That's a 'fact.
Several other activities were list-
ed also -but fishing was. the main
item that struck our eye.
We've always wondered what it
was good for.
We enjoy more than anything,
going fishing, but have a heck of
a time catching a mess of fish, es-
pecially with our chronic fishing
buddy, Woodrow Henderson along.
,Not liking to waste anything (ev-
en the time spent fishing) we have
been searching for something that
fishing is good for from a mater-
ial sense.
There were several secondary
items listed in this article that will
prevent heart attacks, but you will
readily recognize they take a back
seat in curative powers compared
with fishing.
There was: mowing the lawn
without a power mower (you can
see the folly of that "cure"); rid-
ing a bicycle (don't have one);
gardening (growing what?); work-
ing the yard (either too dry or too
wet); golfing (has possibilities);
and doing a little walking.
We think that you will readily
agree with me that it has to be
fishing as a preventative against
a heart attack. The only REALLY
sensible method in the whole list.

HOLE IN THE SIDEWALK
Did you ever notice those lit-
tle holes in the sidewalk in front
of the business houses down-
town? Ever wonder what they
were for?
That's for the display of the
American flag on independence
day whi, you n :er see any-
more.
We remember not so long ago
when every business house had
a flag -sitting in the corner for
display on Independence Day,
Memorial Day and other national
holidays.
And they used to fly there re:
ligiously on the prescribed dates.
But not anymore.
Is it because we have lost our
national pride or just don't have
the price of a new flag?

MOST ENERGETIC
Our nomination for the most ener-
getic man in town for the week is
Doyle Retherford on the cornier of
-Sixth and Woodward.
We ride right by his house sev-
eral times a day going to and from
home.
Tuesday at noon we came back
to work from dinner and saw Doyle
measuring holes for some fence
posts.
When we went home that eve-
i ning about 6:'30, he already had
the poles set and all but about
three boards of a fence put up-
and part of it painted already.
He moves fast.

Attended the revival services
of our church, the Long Avenue
Baptist, Tuesday night and was
taken by the message that the
young evangelist brought.
SHe was talking about the tale
of Zacchaeus in the Bible where
he climbed the tree to see Jesus
coming down the street and
pointed out that Zacchaeus was
a well to do man.
We got to wondering how many
men today would climb a tree to
help their neighbors, their com-
munity, their church or even
themselves. Much less one that
had all he supposedly needed in
this life in the way of earthly
security.
It's funny how the easier some-
thing gets to obtain, the less peo-
ple try to get it.
Take during the war for in-
stance, people would buy hard
to get items like nylon stockings.
and tires just because they were
hard to get. Now they have to be
on sale to make a person buy
what he needs.
The same goes with going to
church.
In countries where people are
more or less forbidden to go to
church, they endure almost any
hardship to go and here where it
is a simple matter to go to any
church one wants to, they. stay


County Budget Shows An Increase


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installed in the nursery of the Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital by the Hospital Auxiliary.
They are, left to right, Baby Girl Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simmons;
Baby Girl Miles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miles; Baby Girl Townsend, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Townsend and Baby Boy Fortner, son of Mr. and Mrs. johnnie,
Fortner. ( photo)


Air-Conditioner Is



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Hospital Auxiliary Makes Donation With

Funds- Derived From Rummage Sale


The ladies of the Hospital Aux-
iliary have just recently purchased
an air-conditioner to go in the nur
sery at *the Municipal Hospital.
Mrs. Dottie Thomas, Hospital Su
perintendent said that the aie-con-
ditioner had been badly needed in
the nursery. She said a number nf
the babies broke out in heat be-
cause of the hot weather that has
been prevalent lately.
The Hospital Auxiliary purchas-
ed the air-conditioner with funds
realized from their rummage sale
and was installed at no expense to
the hospital.
The Auxiliary has done numer-
ous projects annually with their
rummage sale conducted weekly
downtown. The Auxiliary sells old
clothes donated by the residents of
Port St. Joe. All stock and labor
is strictly voluntary and they have
no overhead expense.
The rummage sale exists solely
through the contributions of old
clothes by the people of this city.
In addition to the air-conditioner
the Auxiliary has two more main
projects that they are working on


Rain, Guard Camp

Keeps Saints Idle

A combination of rain and sum-
mer camp has left the St. Joe
Saints idle for more than a week.
Apalachicola being a great town
for joining the National Guard
plays havoc with the baseball sea-
son. The Saints were to play Apa-
lachicola this week but eight mem-
bers of the Oystermen team re-
ported for National Guard camp
and left the schedule of the Gulf
Coast League hanging until they
return.
Rain put off another game Tues-
day night when the Saints traveled
to. Panama City to make up a game
that had been previously rained
out. Members of the Saints base
ball team that couldn't swim took
refuge in the press box on top of
the Lions Park.
The Saints travel to Wewahitch-
ka Sunday, July 15 for an after.
noon game and play Wewahitchka
here Thursday, July 19 at 8 p.m.

away in droves.
People are the funniest things
yet.


to complete this year. They plan
to install swinging louvered half-
doors to all the rooms and Lo in-
stall permanent curtains in all the
wards and semi-private rooms to
give each patient more priva .y.


Youth Uninjured As
Car Overturns Sunday

W. L. Smith, Jr., was uninjured.
last Sunday afternoon when he
overturned his car near the White
City bridge.
According to .Smith he was com-
ing toward Port .T Je when he
lost control of his. car in a skid this
side of the bridge. It was raining
at the time.
*Smith said he was just starting
around the long curve just this
side of the bridge when his c:tr
began to skid. He lost control of
the machine and it overturned
smashing into a telephone pole.
Smith was uninjured.


C of C Makes Plans

For Creation of

Merchants Division

A Merchants Division of the Por
St. Joe Chamber of Commerce wa
taken under consideration at
meeting of the Chamber Mondas
night.
G. F. Lawrence and Jesse V
Stone appeared before the Chain
ber meeting and made the request
for the division. The two business
men were authorized by the Board
of Directors to start organization
of the division and report back tI
the Chamber at their meeting on
July 30 with by-laws to be approve
ed by the Board of Directors o
the Chamber.
The petitioners stated -that they
felt that a Retail Division would
be invaluable to the merchants o
Port St. Joe so they could work
in closer unity. The Division woul(
be under the supervision of the
Chamber.
The Board of Directors of the
Chamber of Commerce decided to
send out letters to people in the
community containing cards asking
for the assistance of the people in
formulating a program for the
Chamber. The people will be asked
to list three projects that they
might undertake in their mat rer of
importance.
The Chamber has o r der e d
plaques for all members to display
The Chamber intends to commence
a publicity drive for citizens to
shop with those who display the
emblem, -since these are the ousi-
ness men who support community
development.
The c'l .imober has also under-
taken th'' p roje~tI of O conniiliin .-..-
tistics of a commercial and indus-
trial survey of the city.

Visit Famous Gardens
Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Carter of
this city visited at famous Bel-
lingrath Gardens in Mobile, Ala.,
la. t Tuesday.

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S. L. BARKE, new president of the Port St. Joe Rotary Club receives the gavel of the club
from retiring president M. P. Tomlinson in the regular meeting Thursday. Looking on from
left to right are B. B. Scisson, director; Jimmy Greer, sergeant-at-arms; Barke, Wayne Ash-
ley, secretary; Tomlinson; L. S. Bissett, treasurer and J. Lamar miller, director. (* photo)


S. L. Barke Is Installed As President

Of Rotary Club For Coming Year

The Port St. Joe Rotary Club in- mar Miller, B.. B. Scisson and M.
stalled its new officers at the regu- P. Tomlinson.
lar meeting Thursday noon in the Retiring president, M. P. Tom-
Motel !St. Joe. linson gave a short talk on the ac-
IS. L. Barke, president of the complishments of the local Rotary
Florida Bank at Port St. Joe was Club for the past year.
installed as president of the club He listed as. continuing projects
for the coming year. Serving with the Rotary sponsorship of a Boy
Barke will be M. P. Tomlinson, vice- and Cub Scout troop; sponsorship
president; Wayne Ashley secre- of a Little League baseball team;
tary; Lawrence Bissett, treasurer awarding of the Rotary trophy and
and Jimmy Greer as .Sergeant at the annual Rotary Christmas party.
arms. Directors will be ,S. L. Barke, Other accomplishments made by
L. ,S. Bissett, Clyde A. Fite, J. La- the club were the float entered in


'Figures Still Unofficial But Show

Increase of $65,974.38

If the tentative budget adopted by the county commission-
ers at the July 3 regular meeting is accepted as set up, the Board
will spend $65,974.38 more during the next fiscal year than they


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Under the tentative budget,
spending in the amount of $428,-
670.43 is planned for next year.
A figure of $35|2,696.05 was set
up in last year's budget.
BFinal adoption is an item on the
agenda for the August 5 meeting.
Here's the general breakdown by
fund.
General Fund ....----. $162,506.00
Fine & Forfeiture 48,700.00
Road & Bridge 96,100.00
'Capital Outlay & Res. -.. 95,846.43
St. Joe Fire Control Dist. 1,000.00
Beacon Hill Beach 600.00
Gulf County Health Clinic Bond
24,000.00
'TOTAL $428,670.43
Other actions taken by the
Board at this meeting include:
1. Assigning $449.00 for the up-
coming Farm Forester program.
Almost double that figure was as-
signed last year, and then the farm
forester accepted a job with Rai-
ford Prison.
2. Added Minnie Patterson and
Mrs. M. H. Conger to the indigent
list.'
3. Paid $75 on the M. H. Conger
funeral.
4. Accepted the $1,000 bond pre-
sented by J. G. Hersey, Deputy
Sheriff.


Krafties Cinch Little League Pennant

Before Season Ends; Win All-Star Game


The Krafties defeated the All place team playing the fourth place
Stars 6-5 before a crowd of around team. Winners of these games will
1,50 people Wednesday .night. play for the championship. The two'
The game was well played by remaining teams will play for con-
both teams all the way down the solution game.
line. Jimmy Wilder, who was the .Play-off, daies will be July 16, 17,
winning pitcher struck out 11 bats- 19 and 20 at the Little Boy's Field
men, while giving up four hits. beginning at 8 p.m.
Ronnie Tharpe also pitched a ___
good game but had to give way to
Clifford Tharpe in the fourth inning Wayne Childers First
and Johnny Ray in the sixth. Clif-
ford Tharpe was .the losing pitch- Member of New Troop
er. Ronnie gave up two hits, struck
out seven; Clifford gave up no hits Last Tuesday night Scout Troop
and had no strike-outs. Johnny Ray No. 3:13 met at the First Methodist
gave up two hits, and had no strike- Church where Wayne Childers, be-
outs. came the first young man to join
Buddy Thursbay was the man the new troop.
with the bat for the AllbStars gett- George Wimberly, Jr.,, was ap-
ing two hits to lead in that de- pointed as Assistant Scoutmaster
apartment for both teams. to assist Marion Parker, who is the
'Harold Keels was the leading hit- Scoutmaster.
ter for the Krafties. With the bas- A well-planned program is in
es loaded in the bottom half of the store for all members of the new
sixth and the score tied, Keels hit troop. They will be trained not
a linesingle to right field scoring only in wood lore, self preservation
Joe Whaley with the winning run. but most important in becoming
Officials at the game expressed good Americans and good citizens.
their pleasure at having the good The first major project to be un-
crowd on hand. Lights are now in- dertaken by the new Troop will be
stalled on the little field and for to raise money to make a trip to
the remainder of the season, game the Big Scout Jamboree in Valley
time will be 8:00 p.m. Monday, Forge, Pa., next July. The Scouts
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. will have to earn their own mon-
KRAFTIES WIN PENNANT ey to make this trip, as'a part of
The Krafties won the pennant their training to become self-suffi-
two games before the season was cent young Americans.'
over by defeating the Kiwanis It is hoped that the new Troop
team 9-4 Monday night., will- have a Scout hut of its own
Joe Whaley was the winning pit- in the near future. However, until
ucher giving up one hit and striking such accommodations can be made
out four Kiwanis batsmen. Rolney available, the Troop will meet at
S!paulding relieved Joe in the fourth the First Methodist Church every
giving up two hits and striking out Mondays night at 7:30 p.m. The
two. Robert Sewell was the losing meetings will last approximately
pitcher, giving up five hits and one hour.
sriin gout ix All hvy. that are be'tweeo the,


liha NU-amII A~euiaUfin n-1duea nnul


the Labor Day Fish Fry that was i craig, Whaley, Wimberly, Costin
I and Keels all got hits for the Kraf.
sponsored to raise funds for the ties. Lindey Thuray, Gerry
ties. Lindsey Thursbay, Gerry
Saints baseball club. Barns and Blaine Tharpe got bits
During the year, the club had a for the Kiwanis team.
membership increase of three. Ford-Pontiac Winners
Retiring president Tomlinson Monday night, July 9 the Ford-


ages 11 and 14 and are not scouts
in some other troop are invited to
join the new troop at any meeting
,that is held. Troop 313 is not a
Methodist troop. Boys from any
and all churches and beliefs are
invited to join.


awarded George Suber with a sev- Pontiac team defeated the Kiwanis Meetings. are held every Monday
en year perfect attendance pin. In- team 22-7. On the found for the F-P night at 7:30 in the Methodist
coming president S. L. Barke award- team was George Boyer. Home runs Church.
ed Tomlinson with a past presi- were hit by George Boyer and ----
dent's pin. Lindsey Thursbay. Leading hitters Dr. and Mrs. Howard DuBose and
X _for F-P's are David Nance, Freddie children wil return to their home
Guests From Mississippi Joines and Nelson Hall. For the in Lakeland, Saturday, after a two
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Haynes and Kiwanis team, Ernest Thurshay week visit as guests of the Edwin
daughters Nell and Mitzie of Lam- and Lindsey Thursbay are the lead- Ramsey family. Dr. DuBose is as-
bert, Miss., have been the guests Ing hitters. sociated with Clark and Daughtery
of Mrs. Haynes brother and sister- I Play-off series will begin witl Clinic and has been on the faculty
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Vande- the first place team playing the of Florida Southern College for the
vender of Garrison Avenue. third place team and the second past two years.


did in the past one.


National Guardsmen

Are Attending Camp

FT. STEWART, GiA., July 6-
Company A, 124th Armored Infan-
try Battalion, 48th Armored Divi-
sion is attending summer camp at
Fort Stewart for a period of 15
days.
This company is comprised of
men from Apalachicola, Carrabelle,
Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka.
The men arrived at Fort Stewart
on Sunday, July 1 and will remain
in training here until July 15.
During the 15 days of iencamp-
ment the men will be taught to use
all of the weapons employed by -an
Armored Division. Included in this
group will be machine guns, sub-
machine guns, Browning automatic
rifles and many others.
The men will also be instructed
in the use and maintenance of the
many types of vehicles used by an
armored division.
A three-day bivouac will be con-
ducted by the division to give the
men simulated combat conditions.
This group will return from sum-
mer field training on July 15.


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Engagement Announced. .


MR. AND MRS. J. PERCY FLEIS
engagement a d approaching mar
Fay, to Earl Tom Pridgeon, Jr.,
Pridgeon, also of this city. The
gust 26 at 5:00 P.'M. at the First
No invitations are being sent in t
of the young couple are invited t
tion following immediately in the


Billie Davis Honored
With Farewell


Party


Miss Carolyn Byrd, Miss Jody
Tukey and Miss Gail Gill enter-
tained with a beach party, Wed-
nesday night in the home of Miss
Tukey at Mexico Beach. Honoree
was Miss Billie Davis, who left this
week to make her home in Mo-
bile, AIa.
Games and dancing were enjoyed
and refreshments were served to
the following guests: Joyce Davis,
Ann Williams, Carrie Joe Fletcher


5HEL of this city, announce the
rriage of their daughter, Blanche


Stork Shower Honors
Mrs. Philip Chatham

Mrs. Philip Chatham was honor-
ed with a stork shower Thursday
,evening at the home of Mrs. Will
Ramsey.
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. Ramsey and Sara Bray. Mrs.
Chatham was presented a corsage
by the hostesses, after which
games were enjoyed by the group.
Prizes went to Mrs. Ernest Wim-
berly and Mrs. Mary Bray.
After Mrs. Chatham opened the
many lovely gifts, refreshments of
congealed salad, crackers and
Cokes were served to the 16 guests
attending.

Highland View WMS
Meets At Church Mon.

The Highland View WMS met at
the church at 3 p.m. Monday after-
noon for their stewardship program.
Mrs. Homer Echols raed' the scrip-
ture from Mal.: 3:10 and Matthew
23:23. Mrs. Lillie Richter led in
prayer. The stewardship chairman
Mrs. Brady Ronnie brought the
first chapter of the book on "God's
Wealth and Ours".
There were six members pres-
ent. Mrs. John Core dismissed the
meeting with prayer.
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tom WSCS Meets For
wedding will take place on Au-
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe. Combined Session
town but all friends and relatives
to attend the wedding and recep- The Woman's Society of Chris-
e Social Room of the church. tian Service met in the sanctuary
of the First Methodist Church,
Jimmy Fuller, Willie Daniels, Bud-, Monday afternoon for a combined
dy Hudson, Michael Munn and business and program meeting.
Richard Zipperer. Mrs. Bob King was in charge of
-- the program which was opened
Guests of Weeks with the singing of "In Christ
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Weeks of There Is No East, No West". The
Marvin Avenue have had as their subject of the devotional was
guests Mrs. W. L. Jordan and "Thought and Character", followed,


daughters Malinda and Sylvia and
Stevie Lee of New Orleans, La.
They have also been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks of
Highland View.

Miss Anita Avera and Miss Sil-
via Avera of New Orleans are the


and Larue Tillman, Alex Gaillard, guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Rawls.

SWednesday, Thursday
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FOR GOOD FOOD... .
REGULAR DINNERS -- SHORT ORDERS ,r

IT'S GLYN'S RESTAURANT
CORNER 4th and MONUMENT PORT ST. JOE


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GULF COAST PRINTING & LITHO
Phone BAll 7-2301 203 Third Street
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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Printing Lithographing
Invitations
Stationery


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by a timely discussion on "Scatter
the Seeds in Brazil".
The business meeting was pre-
sided over by the president, Mrs.
Ralph ISwatts.
Mrs. G. S. Croxton was elected
secretary of christian social rela-
tions, working gin conjunction with
Mrs. Walter Johnson, chairman of
local church activities.
Mrs. Swatts announced that offi-
cers training programs are to be
held on two consecutive days in
DeFuniak Springs and Cottondale.
Local societies are to attend the
one most convenient.
Circles are to meet at 3 p.m.
Monday, July 16 as follows:
Circle I with Mrs, G. S. Cr'xton,
White City.
Circle 2 with Mrs. Paul Blo'lt,
128 Hunter Circle.
Circle 3 with Mrs. Carl Arm
strong, 1027 Woodward Ave.
Circle 4 to be announced.
The meeting closed with the Wo-
man's Society benediction.

James Ira Philyaw
Makes Dean's List
iSTILOLWATEiR James Ira Phil-
yaw, Port St. Joe, junior in busi-
ness at Oklahoma A&M college, is
among 1,791 A&M students from
31 states and 18 other countries
who have been named' to the Dean's
Honor Roll for the spring semester.
This honor is give only those
students carrying 15 college hours
or more who achieve a grade point
average of 3.0 or better. This is
based on 4.0 for straight A, 3.0 for
a B average.

Mrs. Williams Hostess
To Kenny's Mill WMU

The WMU of the Kenny's Mill
Baptist Church met at the home
of Mrs. Eddie Williams for the
monthly social and stewardship pro-
gram.
Mrs., Dobbs brought the devotion-
al reading from Psalm 113.
Mrs. Sam Graves, Sr., steward-
ship chairman, had charge of the
program, "'Search Me 0 God".
After the program, delicious re
freshments were served by the host,
ess, Mrs. Williama.
Those attending were: Mrs. J. N
Dobbs, Mrs. R. A. Davis, Mrs.
James Johnson, Mrs. Sam Graves,
Sr., Mrs. Roy Tharpe, Mrs. C. Webb
and, Mrs. Williams.


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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., 8:09 p.m. Bible Study


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NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS
Miss Treva Campbell, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell is
spending a few days in Perry visit-
ing with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Norris left
Sunday for New York City where
they will spend their vacation visit-
ing with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ard return-
ed home Friday after spending a
few days in DeFuniak Springs.
Carl Deese and son, L. C. spent
Monday in Panama City on busi-'
ness.
Mrs. John Parker Browning'and
Mrs. Wesley Smith and daughter
Shan returned home Wednesday
after Mrs. John Parker Browning
spent a few days.
Bill Bennett returned to Talla-
hassee Sunday after spending the
week end with his wife and chi',
dren. He is a student at Florida
State University.
Mrs. Ruby Crisson or Baltimore
Maryland, is visiting -her mother.
Mrs. J. H. Aultman for two weeks.
Mrs. J. H. Aultman held a fam-
ily reunion last Sunday at hat
home in Oak Grove attending the
reunion were Mr. and Mrs. W. W
Aultnian of Blountstown; Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Aultman of Chipley:
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Aultman, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Aultman of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Aultman
of this city and Mrs. Ruby Crisson
of Baltimore, Maryland.
Mrs. Jim Maddox visited her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Bi-adley in Panama City Sun-
day.


Kenneth Dykes is spending a
few days with his aunt and uncle
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lovett.
Simon Dykes and son Buddy left
Sunday morning for Texas where
he will stay a few days in the hos-
pital.
Alex Legrone of Tennessee is
visiting his wife, Mrs. Alex Legrone
and mother-in-law, Mrs. Dollie 'Shi-
rey.
The Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church is in revival. The Rev. W.
M. Stevens of Denver, Colorado is
the evangelist. Services begin at'
8:00 p.m. The public is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Barton of At-
lanta, Georgia spent a few days
.visiting with the latter's sifter,
Miss Lucille Stripling.
Mr. and, Mrs. Hazel Levins and
daughter, Reginna had as their


.' ..


Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ora
Daniells of Bonifay, Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Kelly of Columbus, Georgia
and Mrs. Carthell Levins and
daughter Anne of Atlanta, Ga.
Miss Gail Dykes of Vernon, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lov-
ette and children for a few weeks.
Mrs. Dewey Shealey and daugh-
ter, Evelyn and Mrs. Nelson Gard-
ner visited in Tallahassee Friday
visiting with Mrs. Hartsfield.
Miss Alice Jean Gay spent a few
days in Georgia visiting with rela-
tives.
'Mrs. Ernest Lightfoot .and son,
Bobby Glenn spent a few days in
Georgia visiting with friends.
Mrs. Everitt McFarland and son
Patricka is visiting her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Fields in
Blountstown.


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MEN'S

SUMMER

SUITS
Dacron and wool tropical. Dacron
and Rayon tropical. Dacron and
Rayon linen.


Were

$3950
$2495


Now

$2000
$1500


A good assortment of col-
ors. Sizes 34 to 44.


ENTIRE STOCK!
MEN'S STRAW HATS

$4.98 Now $3.00
$3.98 Now $2.50
;2.98 -. Now $2.00
.1.98 ---Now $1.50


ENTIRE STOCK
Men's and Boys'

Swim Trunks


1-2 Pricey
Get these early. They'll move
out fastI


MATCHED SETS
WORK PANTS
and SHIRTS
Reg. $2.95-Army
TWILL PANTS 2.50
Reg. $1.98-Poplin 1
or Jean SHIRTS [1.50

Shirts, short'or long sleeves. A
real money savert


GIRLS

Dresses

2 PRICE
One Group Sensa-
tional selections
Were $2.98
to $5.95
Sizes 3 to 6X, 7 to
14. 'Kate Greenaway'
'Peaches 'N Cream'


Mr. 'awid Mrs. Josh Dykes and
children were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dykes.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hal Ihad as
their guests over the 4th her sis-
ter, Mrs. Botwitz of Moultrie, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
children spent the week end in
Perry visiting with friends and rela-
tives.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan H. Norris, and
children and Mrs. Stella Norris and
daughter Juanita spent Saturday
in Chipley visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Dorch and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dorch.
Miss Mary Riley, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Riley motored
to Chipley Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. Allen H. Norris.
Miss Annie Grace Dorch, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Nathan Dorch


Men's

DRESS

PANTS


GROUP ONE
Reg. $4.95
GROUP TWO
Reg. $5.95
GROUP THREE
Reg. $6.95, $7.95
GROUP FOUR
Reg. $8.95, $9.95


S3.50
$4.50
$5.50
$6.50


Cuffed Free of Charge


TH R5AT uT tIVV Jrfr W(lwt '


MEN'S

Shorts and

UNDERSHIRTS

SPECIAL PURCHASE


2 for $1


3 for


ENTIRE STOCK!
Men's Short Sleeve
SPORT SHIRTS
Drastically reduced. Van reu-
sen and tulane.


T395
Ts


ENTIRE STOCK
Ladies Summer

Handbags


1-2 Price

Were $1.98 to $2.98


Special Purchase
Piece Goods
37cyd.
Solid colors. Looks
good enough to eat.
Drip dry, little or no
iron.


ONE GROUP PIECE GOODS
Reg. 59c yard. Sheers and new shipment 80 square prints. Won-
derful patterns.,


1c Per Inch


$1


Sale Starts


Thurs.


Ends


M in.


One Terrific


One Terrific
Group

Dresses
2 PRICE
Were $8.95 to
$17.75
You know the names
All nationally adver-
tised.


Ladies and Girls

SWIM

WEAR


1-2 Price
VALUES TO $12.99


ONE GROUP
PIECE GOODS
Includes Dan River sheers. Gilbrae, Avondale and
Highland Park fabrics.
Values to 79c Yard
2 Yards $1.00

ONE GROUP
BETTER PIECE GOODS
Includes Bates 'disciplined cotton. Gilbrae, pure
Irish linen and many other fabrics In cottons and
rayons. VALUES TO $1.29 YARD.


3 yards $2.00


"QUALITY HAS NO
SUBSTITUTE"

WEST FLORIDA
Gas & Fuel Co.
B18 Reid Phone 7-4291
SFrank McDonald, Mar.


is your best buy
When Better Cars are Built
.. Buick Will Build Them!
SEE
J C 'Chris' Martin
For a real live and let live
deal on that new car
PHONE 7-2901


GIRLS

Playshorts

$ 95 now $1.33
$159 now $1.00
SI00 now 77c
Terrific Values


Little Girls Cotton


Panties
Spencers famous training pa-n-
ties. Whites and pastels. No
better at any price.


4 for $1
SIZES 0 to 4


PAY CASH -PAY LESS


LADIES' SHOES
All natural bridge spring and
summer shoes reduced.
Reg. $10.95 6



Reg. $7.95
NOW $444


WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS


ONE GROUP
SANDALS
Wedges and flats
Reg. $4.98, $5.95
NOW
Reg. $3.98 $2.50
NOW 2
White, natural, black
Air-Conditioned for
your
Shopping Comfort


PAY CASH PAY LESS


JULY CLEARANCE

SUMMER GOODS REPRICED TO MOVE WE NEED THE
SPACE FOR FALL GOODS COMING IN MORE PROOF
OF BOYLES CASH SAVINGS!


_ Now $3.00
-Now $2.00


ENTIRE STOCK,

Ladie's

HATS


1-2 Price
Were $3.98


returned home with the Allen Not- Mr.. and Mrs. Toby Worley and.'
risses where she will spned a week. daughter Donnaa "retur-ed Toma e
Howard Linebargar was the week Sunday after spending a few days
end guest of his wife, Mrs. Howard- in Bonifay.
Linebargar and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. -Miss Jeanette Span of DeFuniak
Dykes. (Continued on page 60

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for EZZY Trailers and PANA-CRAFT Boats.
We cordially invite you to stop by and inspect our
display models

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Published EvWy Thurda At 306 Wllien, Anus Port SLt.
e, Florida By Th Star PublIllna tmppany

WESE R. RAMSE, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator Ad Man, Floor Man. Columnist,
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Poettoe, Port St. Joe, Fla.. under Act of March 1879. 1
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error .or omisions in adver-
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisefmot
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely asserts
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken wort
I lost. the printed word emal. i

FIRST OR BEST?
The much-argued question of public ver-
sus private power is involved in Sen. Albert M.
Gore's proposal that. the federal government
build half a dozen atomic energy plants in var-
ious parts of the country. This means inevitably
that more heat -than light no pun intended -
will be, produced by debate on the plan. There
is danger that Public vs. Private issues will ob-
scure other important aspects of the matter.
Obviously, the broad question as to whe-
ther, or how extensively, the federal government
should be involved in production of electrical
power must continue to be discussed. Just as
obviously, the question takes on, special meaning
as we move into the atomic era.
But another vital point for Congress to mull
over as it considers the Gode proposal is this:
What do we want to accomplish with our atomic
energy program?
If we regard it as a sort of race to produce
atomic power 'in commercial quantities before
Russia does, then by all means let the govern-
ment begin a crash program to build plants. If


that is the important thing, to be able to say
that we are ahead of the field, private industry
ought to be bypassed so that the plants can be
built with all speed.
If, however, the objective is to build an
atomic energy system that will best meet the
nation's expanding needs for power, then quite
a different approach is called for. In that case,
the government ought to do two things -en-
courage private industry to proceed vigorously
in the atomic energy field, and at the same
time help to bolster industry's know-how. Such
an approach may not give us a chance to yell,
"We're first" But it may enable us to say con-


fidently, "We're best."
-The News Sarasota

NO CAUSE FOR RELAXATION
The substitution of Dmitri T. Shepilov for
Vyacheslav M. Molotov as Soviet Foreign .Minis-
ter had much more behind it than merely the
visit of Yugoslav President Tito to, Moscow. It
was evidently anticipated by Mr. Molotov.
It does not indicate a policy of any greater
resiliency or accommodation toward the West,
though that appearance may be given at times.
Mr. Shepilov would have been debarred from
high office under Stalin, since the former dicta-
tor, a short man, would have none about him
who physically towered above him.
The. new foreign minister is an orthodox
product of the Communist system of education.
He came 'to his post through the channels of
propaganda work and journalism rather than
statecraft. However, he is credited with having
engineered the Egyptian arms deal while not
officially a diplomat. Those who have met him
say he hews tenaciously to the Marxist line.
His chief interests and ambitions for corn
munism appear to lie in the direction of Asia and
the Middle East rather than Europe. His policy
is likely to be a vigorous and daring one. It
bodes trouble rather than relaxation for the
West.


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By Mrs. Fannie Mae MoMillan
PHONE 7-5053
OP3 and Mrs. Rudy Richards and
daughter Donna Sue of New Cum-
berland, Pennsylvania are spending
a few weeks visiting their parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark of Port
St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. T. 0
Richards of Highland View.
Mrs. Otis Nolan and daughter and
children of Live Oak visited Mr.
and Mrs. T. 0. Richards last Sat-
urday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson and
family spent the week end in De-
Funlak Springs visiting Mr. and


N you've seen "Mae" Jolson
k. ,week, chances are he&u told
ym b waitress story. Fr those
A* haven't heard:
"Mae" recently stopped at an
out-of-town diner. He ordered
the chef's special.-end his wait-
it-e (brand new on the job) made
]rpry possible mistake. She con-
Aed the order, spilled the soup,
dropped the Hlls, brought him a
wvmg dessert.
Despite i4 all, "Mac" left a
atbstantialtip.Butshe smiled and
handed the money back. "Keep ""
V. Milter-you've sure earned


Mrs. J. Laird.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Rhames and
daughter Gail of Greensboro, N. C.
are visiting their parents, Mrs. A.
B. Rhames and Mr. and Mrs. Par-
ker Hart of Beacon Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strange and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. H.
C. Cushing and family of Panama
City Sunday.
Russel Braswell of Pensacola vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strange
this week end.
Clinton Cox spent Sunday and
Monday in Sopchoppy.
Mrs. Nolie Grimes and Mrs. Elo-
ise Strickland of SolYchoppy visited
the Clinton Cox family Saturday
enroute to Beacon Hill and Mexico
Beach.


it more than I have," she said.
From where I sit, that girl de-
serves credit for admitting her
shortcomings something not
everyone is big enough to do. For
instance, rm convinced lots ofa
folks know they're wrong when
they deny me the right to a glass -
of beer with my supper ... just
because they happen to prefer
some other beverage. They
wouldn't like me ordering them
to accept msy choice.


-. ... .'


,Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsey and
sons Houston and Preston spent a
couple of days in Pensacola with
relatives.
Misses Donna and Erma Gross-
nickle of Mobile visited with their
aunt, Mrs. Ted Whitfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts and
children Ralph and Melba Jean vis-
ited Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Pollock
of Blakely, Ga., and also visited
relatives in Donaldsonville, Ga.
Dalbert Strange of Wakulla spent
last week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Strange and also hls
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
G. Strange.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Guillot and
daughter Dewanna have just re-
turned from a trip to Gilbert, Louis-
iana where they visited Mr. Guil-
lot's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters were
the house guests of Mrs. Jack
Blount of Panama City. They also
visited Mrs. Peters daughter, Mrs.
W. G. Messer of Panama City.
Mrs. Ethel .Sellers and Mrs. Mur-
ray Wilson and daughter, Sherry
Ann of Panama City visited Mr.
(Continued on page 6)


myutd n member batk for. boo~kle /
iia"ss ~emets.of A l24
asofthe group.


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COMBINED STATEMENT OF CONDITION


947,765,628.37


, .ft. ans d Dincondf .
Iankiag Houses, Furniture & alusde .
b dMucding Offic* Bilding
bnda l E Ows e OwnM
iftpaon lE nd and D

Customers Uability A/c
Letters of Credit
Accrued Interest and
Income Receivable S,5,51.07
U. S. Government Securities 204,060,435.45
SFlorida County and
Municipal Bonds 22,529,113.51
SFederal Reserve Ban'k Sto&k. 933,450.00
S Other Securities 649,932.74
Cash on Hand and Due From Banks....162,957,798.00


Copyright, 1956, United States Brewers Foundation


,5,514,359.06
139,227.05
109,785.88
13,203.29

3691512


392,707,241.77
546,386,361.14


'Round


the


ou flip an electric switch, and things
start happening. Your lights go on
or the radio starts playing .
or your electric range starts cooking din-
aer.


- clock SERVICE


above ARE the Florida Power Corporation.
The serve YOU and are interested in your
problems. They do all sorts of jobs .
run in ne service wires read meters
. maintain and build power lines .. .


These things you see and hear. But, keep office records answer +trouble
out of sight, behind the switch, are the calls and a host of other tasks.
men and women of Florida Power Corpor- And behind these men and women are
action doing their jobs efficiently and the employees of six modern, interconnect-
promptly to make sure you have electricity ed power plants working 'round-the-clock'
when and where you want it. to guarantee PLENTY of POWER for you
In Port St. Joe the people pictured NOW and in the FUTURE.

Florida Power Corporation



PARTNERS IN FLORIDA'S PROGRESS FOR OVER 57 YEARS


SFlorida's your Ban.k


ust as rey as Florida'# your satel There re4 members of the
/FLORIDA NATIONAL, GROUP located in all principal cities of
out stat, from Pensacola to Key Wet.

Your account with any Florida bank Is Important because your de-
posits become a part of our combined mid-year total. In this

way, you help us contribute to the sound economic development of
Floridd and the Southeast.

You'll always feel at home in a Florida National Group Bank. We
"* welJme thf opportunity to serve you. Come In

50 No us so"<, Wa'tyou?


Sro.p of Ba. D s,


JUNE 30, 1956
UABIUTIES
SCapital Stock 16,150,000.00

Surplus 17,340,000.00

Undivided Profits 2,649,900869

Reserve for Contingencies r


Reserve for Taxes, Intevest, E ,,.......

Interest & Income
Collected, Not Earned

Letters of Credit
.-J
Other Uabilities
Deposit


36,139,908.69

7727,840.29

2,179,398.32


1,862,547.86

146,391.13


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AT BARTOW
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/ .AT STARK
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AT ARLINGTON
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BOATS and TRAILERS

We are pleased to announce we are local dealer
for EZZY Trailers and PANA-CRAFT BPoats.

We cordially invite you to stop by and inspect our
display models

Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Co.
401 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.




You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Avenue Baptist Chucrh

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


Rom where I sit ... y Joe Marsh



"Keep The Change" kI


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EVERYBODY SAVES AT PIGGLY


WIGGLY I EVERYBO D Y


SAVES AT PIGGLY


WIGGLY


FRESH CHOICE
OKRA lb. 19c
FRESH WHITE
Butter Beans 5 Ib. $1.00


B

V

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Shortening
PENNY.- 3 CANS,
Dog Food
KELLOGG'S 8 OUNCE
Corn Flakes
46 OUNCE CAN HAWAIIAN
PUNCH
BORDEN'S
BISCUITS
FLORIDA GRADE "A"
EGGS


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bU.
4c
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AMC


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:BCorn
I McKENZIE'S FROZEN
Strawberry


Lies


ELL
EPPERS each 5c


INE RIPENED
Cantaloupes.
EWEL 3 LB. CAN


THE BEST ONLY
EGG PLANT


Ib. 19c


SWEET
POTATOES 2 Ilbs.25c


I


3 1b

3 cans

2 pkg

can

2,cans

doz


TALL CAN SOS SCOURING
100 Pads
\ 4 CANS MARIGOLD
$1 Oleo


10 up


790

250

29c

38c

25c

,39c


2 FOR
25
LB.
2110


FRESH -
rouundBpeef

TENDERIZED SUNNYLANR WHOLE OR HALF

HAMS
PICNIC SLICED FREE

.HAMS


4 Ibs


Ib


Ib-


$1


59c


39c


TENDERIZED Ib. 69c
CLUB or SIRLOIN Ib."39c
T-BONE ---- Ib. 49c


Chuck ROAST! Ib 29c
BRISKET PALM RIVER
STEW lb.17c WEINERS lb.39c
FRESH BEEF SLICED FREE
LIVER Ib.39c BALOGNA lb.39c
PORK
R 0 A S T b 49c
FRESH
Spare RIBS lb 49c
HOOP
CHEESE lb 49c
GEORGIA GRADE "A" DRESSED and DRAWN CUT UP FREE


FRYERS 39c


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Glidden Plant Construction Progresses,
In the top photo, forms are being constructed to start
pouring concrete for the plant foundation. In the bottom
photo a long column of steel supports is shown. The sup-
ports will hold up a large pipeline that will run from the back
side 6of the St. Joe Paper Company up to Highway 98. The
pipe carried on the sports will transport raw products fr6m
the paper mill over to the Glidden plant for processing.
(4 photos)

Highland View News Ky. They also visited points of in-
terest in North and South Carolina,
(Continued From Page 4) Virginia, Georgia and Alabama.
and Mrs. H. J. Foster Saturday. Mr.'and Mrs. Curtis Griffin and
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown at- son Jackie spent a week's vaca-
tended the wedding of Mr. Brown's tion in Fort Myers visiting Mr.
brother Bert, in Pensacola Sunday. and Mrs. Jimmy Griffin and friends.
The bride is Miss Durline Addison. Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Glass and
Keith Adams and wife, son of family spent a few days in Blake-
Rev. and Mrs. L. F. Adams is spend- ly, Ga., with relatives last week.
Ing a few days here. Fannie Mae McMillan visited Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown spent and Mrs. E. A. Herring and Mr.
their vacation on Lookout Moun-,and Mrs. H. H. Herring of Talla-
tain at Chattanooga, Tenn., and hassee this week end.
the Diamond Caverns at Cave City, I Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Whitehead


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friends before returning to Call- Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Smith will also visit 'with relatives in it pays to advertlse--trY it!


had as their house guests this
week end, Mrs. Jewel Jordan of
Samson, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. James
Miller and children of Opp, Ala.,
Mr. and Mrs. James ordon and
children, Mr. and Mrs. William Jor-
dan, Mr. and Mrs. James Reddick
and children and Timmie Jordan,
all of Samson, Ala.

Oak Grove News
(Continued From Page 3)
Springs is visiting her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Ard.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Allen Norris and
daughter Judith Ann motored to
Panama City Thursday on business.
'Curley Pinter left Thursday
morning for Pine Castle, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Porter and
children and Mrs. Alie Porter left
Friday for Wisconsin where they
will stay a few days.
Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd 'Riley and
children spent a few days in Milton,
visiting with his father and mother.
Qavid and Tommy Riley are
spending a few days in Milton vis-
iting their grandmother and grand-
father.
Allen H. Norris and son Billy Al-
len and .Curley Pinter and son Dell
motored to Cottondale Monday on
business.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Walker and
family and a friend Sue Ann Lanier
spent last wee touring through
Tennessee, sight seeing. They went
to see the rand Ole Opry, around
through the ISmokey Mountains
I and all through Rock City. They
enjoyed their trip very much.
Patrick McFarland had as his
guest for a few days Charles Ed-
ward McFarland and Perry Mc-
Farland. They are from Georgia.
Guests From California
Mrs. Harry Coates and sons Mi-
chael and Richard of Encino, Calif.
have been the guests of her sister;
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
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CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
ORDINANCE NO. 158X
An Ordinance providing for an *lea-
tion by the qualified freeholder electors
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for
tha approval or rejection of an ordinance
grantlfig to Florida Power Corporation,
Its legal representatives, successors and
asslngs, the right and privilege of, and
franchise for, donstructing, maintaining
and operating an electric power plant and
distribution system In the City of Port
St. Joe, Florida, and prescribing the me-
thod, manner and conduct of holding such
election.
WHEREAS, the charter. of the City of
Port St. Joe provides that the City Com-
mission shall have the right to grant fran-
chise, as provided by the general laws and
statutes of the State of Florida, to corpora-
tions for the establishment or maintenance
of public utilities in the City of Port St.
Joe, by ordinance first passed and adopted
by the City Commission, and subsequently
approved by a majority of the votes cast
by the qualified electors of the City of Port
St Joe who are freeholders, at a municipal
election at which sucn question shall have
been submitted to said electors: and
WHEREAS, in accordance with the terms
of said charter of the City of Port St. Joe,
said City Commission has, by an ordinance
duly passed and adopted by said City Com-
mission, granted, a franchise to FIorlaa Pow-
er Corporation, a Florida corporation, its
legal representatives, successors and assigns,
for constructing, maintaining and operating
an electric power plant and distribution
system in the City of Port St. Joe, and now
desires to submit the question of the appro-
val or rejection of said franchise ordinance
to the qualified electors of the City of Port
St. Joe who are freeholders; now, therefore,
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE:
Section 1. That the action of the City
Commission'of the City of Port St. Joe in
passing and adopting an ordinance granting
to Florida Power Corporation, its legal rep-
resentatives, successors and assigns, the
rght and privilege of, and franchise for, con-
struti-ng, maintaining and operating an
electric power plant and distribution sys-
tem in the City of Port St. Joe, County of
Gulf, State of Florida, be and it hereby is
authorized, approved and coaffirmed; sub-
ject, however, to the approval of said fran-
chise ordinance by a majority of the votes
cast by the oualifiti el actors 'f the City of
Port St. Joe who are freeholders, at a mu-


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nicipal election aled to. such putiose sd "This elelon Is held ot the poetpos of
provided by the charter of the City of Port determiing whether the qualified electors
St. Joe and in' aordnMce: with'-the aows of the Clty-of -'rt -St. Joe who are free-
of the State of Florida so far as the same holders shall approve the ordinance passed
may be applicable, except as herein other- and-adopted by the,. Cty Cpmmlssion oftsaid
wise provided. City granting to Florida- Power -Corporation,
Section 2. Thatt a special municipal alec- its legal representatives, successors and as-
Section 6. That 6Oe City Clerk shall be signs, the right and -privilege of, and fran-
the Registration Officer for this pecial- chise for, constructing, maintaining and
election and it shall be his duty to prepare operating an eleotrie power plant and dis-
or cause to be prepared sufficient number retribution system in,the City of Port St. Joe.
of registration books, blanks, oaths for The voter desiring to vote In favor of the
registration, certificates for registration, ap- proposed ordinance granting said franchise
plications for renewal certificates, certifi- shall pu ta cross mark (X) after the words
cates or transfer ,and other blanks and tion be, and the same is hereby called and
forms, including ballots, necessary and-or ordered to be held within the City of Port
required to be used for this election; and St. Joe, Florida, on Tuesday, the 24th day
when not otherwise provided for under the of July, 1966, at which election there shall
Charter of the City of Port St. Joe or in be submitted to the qualified electors of
this ordinance, the governing of the elec- said City who are freeholders, the question
tion and forms and blanks used therein shall of the approval or rejection of the said fran-
conform to the statutes and general laws thise ordinance.
of the State of Florida. Section 8. That notice of said special
Section 7. That it shall be the duty of election herein called and ordered by the City-
said Registration Officer to register all per- Co mission to be held in the City of Port
sons who are qualified as freeholder electors St. Joe, Florida, shall be publlPhed in a
for said election, and who apply to him, in newspaper of general circulation in said
an appropriate registration book which he City for at least thirty- (30) days prior to
shall provide therefore. Said registration said election, such publication to be made
book shall be open at his office twenty (20) at least once each week for four (4) consec-
days before the holding of said election and utive weeks during said thirty (30) day
shall remain open for such registration for period.
at least ten (10) days between the hours Section 4. That this ordinance shall serve
of 9:00 o'clock a.m. and 12:00 o'clock as notice of said special election and the
noon, and between the hours of 2:00 o'clock City Clerk is hereby ordered and directed to
p.m. and 5:00 o'clock p.m., each day. Each cause a copy of this ordinance, accompanied
person applying to be registered shall if by a copy of the said franchise ordinance,
qualified, take oath administered by said to be posted at the front door of the meet-
Registration Officer or his duly appointed ing place of the City Commission for a per-
deputy to the effect that he is a qualified iod of at least thirty days before the date
elector and freeholder of the City of Port of said election, said ordinances to remain
St. Joe. Each person taking -such oath shall so posted at said place until after said elec-
thereupon be registered by entering in said tion shall have been held. A copy of said
registration book the name of such person franchise ordinance shall likewise be made
together with address, age, color and other available at the office of the City Clerk for
information appropriate for the purpose, examination by any qualified voter for a
Section 8. That all ballots provided by period of at least thirty days prior to the
the Registration Officer shall be alike, ei- holding of said election.
their printed or typewritten' in plain type, Section 5. That the polling place for said
in straight lines and on plain paper suffi. election shall be the City Hall in the City
ciently thick that the printing or marking of Port St. Joe, and that the following per-
thereon cannot be easily distinguished 'For Franchise'; and the voter desiring to
from the back, and shall contain sufficient vote against said ordinance shall put a cross
information to enable the voter to know mark (X) after the words 'Against Fran-
upon what he, or she, is voting; may also chise'."
contain sufficient instructions to the voter AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO FLOR-
as to how to mark:the ballot; and shall be IDA POWER GORPORATION ITS LE-
to the following effect: I GAL REPRESENTATIVES, SUCOES-
I SORS AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT AND
PRIVILEGE OF, AND FRANCHISE
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA FOR, CONSTRUCTING, MAINTAINING
SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION AND OPERATING AN ELECTRIC


POWER PLANT AND DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEM IN THE CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE, COUNTY OF GULF, AND STATE
OF FLORIDA.
For Franchise:
Against Franchise: ...........
Section 9. That the polls at said election
shall be open at 8:00 o'clock a.m. and shall
close at 7:00 o'clock p.m., and it shall be
the duty of the Registration Officer to fur-
nish the Clerk of Election appointed for such
election a list of names of the registered
and qualified electors who are freeholders
and qualified to vote at this election under
the Constitution and Laws of the State of
Florida an dthe Charter and Ordinances of
.the City of Port St. Joe. The Clerk and In-
spectors of Election appointed for aid
election shall, when the polls have closed,
proceed to count the ballots and, when as-
certained, the result of the voting shall be
certified by return signed by the Clerk of
Election and a majority of the Inspectors of
Election, and the Clerk of Election shall
transmit and deliver the same to the City
Commission at a meeting of said City Com-
mission to be held at 12:00 o'clock noon
on the day following such election.
Section 10: That a meeting of the City
Commission be, and the same is hereby,
called to be-held at the City Hall at 12:00
noon on the day following said election and,
at said meeting, the City Commission, acting
as the oBard of Canvassers, shall proceed to
canvass the returns presented by the Clerk
of Election and shall determine and declare
the result of such election; and if a ma-
jority of the votes cast by the qualified
electors who are freeholders shall be in favor
of said franchise, the City Commission shall
thereupon declare the ordinance granting
the franchise to have been approved and
confirmed.
Section II. That this ordinance shall be
effective upon the same being legally passed
and adopted by the City Commission of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
Passed first reading this 12th day of
June, A. D., 1956.
Passed 'second reading this 12th day of
June, A. D., 1956.
Passed third reading this 19th day of
June, A. D., 1966.
J. L. SHARIT
Mayor-Commissioner
WESLEY R. RAMSEY
CLIFFORD THARPE
GORDON HALLMARK
(SEAL)
Attest:
R. W. HENDERSON,
City Clerk


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STATE OF 0FLORIDA ) County, JFlorlda,. on July_ 8, 195.6, for apR are ot re uied ti
COUNTY OF GULF 5a. proval of the same and forSDiai disodari R"Jw.'". '
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ) as executors of the Estate, of Albert Lee City Au 4t-0-1
I, R. W. Henderson, City Clerk of the Ward, deceased. .... ."
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, do hereby This the 19th day of June, A. D. 1956. F n .....
certify that the above and foregoing ordin- MONICA L. WARD NOTIONO RfO, a ue-.
ance was duly and legally passed and adopt- GEORGE G. TAPPER. :NOTICE IS 'TUR0 ono oe-
ed by the City Commission of the City of Executors of the Estate of -Albert l Municipal Electi or-t J. older li
Port St. Joe, Florida, in regular session as- Lee Ward, deceased, e he 2nthe Cityaof Portt Je Orde
sembled, at which said session a quorum SILAS R. STONE on the 24th day of July, 1956, b4h ween the
of the City Commision was present, and Attorney for Executors 4t-6-21 'hour .of 00 O'clock a.m. ands o'clo
the said ordinance is hereby transmitted to 12 c c p.m., at the following polling place
the Mayor for his approval City Hall in P ortSt .oe
th ayor or h approve NOTICE TO ALL FREEHOLDER ELECTORS at which said election there will be submit-
AL R. W. HENDERSON OF THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLA. id to the duly qualified electors of the
City Clerk of the City of Port St Joe who are freeholders,
City of Pork o the Notice is hereby given that thee City Reg- ,,re apprOval or rejection, at Ordinance
The above and foregoing ordinance has istration books will be open at the office NadoSt-j ovy the City Commission of the City
been duly examined and the same is hereby of the City Clerk, City Hall, Port St. Joe, of Port St. Joe on. the 24th day of July,
approved Falorida for a period from 9:00 a.m. June A. D. 1956, entitled as fol"wI: .
Dated at Port St. Joe, Florida, this the 26, 196 through 12:00 o'clock noon July "ORDINANCE NO. 156X
19th day of June, 1956. 21 -1956 for the purpose of registering AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO FLOR-
J. L. SHARIT persons who have been residents of this IDA POWER CORPORATION, ITS LE-
MaLorotTe City for the past six months and of the GAL REPRESENTATIYE5, SUCCES.
City of Port St. Joe, Florida State of Florida for one year, and who are SOrS ANDu ASSIGNS, T.E RIGHT AND
The above and foregoing election ordin- freeholders. PRIVILEGE OF, AND FRANCSE FOR,
dance has been duly examined by me and The City registration books will be open CONSTRUCTING, MAINTAINuG AND
he same is approved as to form, language,between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 OPERATING IN THE CITY PORT
and correctness thereof. o'clock noon and from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 ST. JOE, COUNTY OF GULF,,.AND
and CECIL G. CorST Jrectness J o'clock p.m. Monday through Friday and STATE OF FLORIDA."
City Attorney of the from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 o'clock noon on .(SAL)
City of Port St. Joe, Florida Saturday's for a period from June 25 until R. W. HENDERSON 5t
n ___ 12:00 'clock noon, July 21, at which time City Clerk 6.21
the registration books will close. All per- Dated: June 19 1958.
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME sons who have registered as freeholder elec-
Notice is hereby given that the under-dtore in the City within the past four years
signed, desiring to engage in business under
the fictitious name of GULF COAST PRINT-
ING & LITHO CO, at number 203 Third -
Street, In the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, e
intends to register the said name with the Get You rTime-Saving
Clerk of the Circuit Court o uf Gulf County, G
Florida. J" SNAP 'F RM S
OOLENE BAINE
COLENE BAINE 4t-6-21
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
ALe. E eERGULF COAST PRINTING & LITHO"
ALBERT LEE WARD,
deceased.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR FINAL Phone BAII 7-2301 203 Third Street
DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA .- .
Notice is hereby given that we have filed
our Final Returns as Executors of the Es- (Next Door To Piggly Wiggly)
tate of Albert Lee Ward, deceased; that we
have filed our petition for final discharge, -- -- --
and that we will apply to the Honorable
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NOTICE of FTcTitiOUslXMi -
NOTICE is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 2095'3, LaWs of
' Florida, Acts of 1941. the under-
signed persons intend to register
Court, Gulf County, Florida, four
weeks after the first publication of
this notice the fictitious name or
-trade name under which they will
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to-wit: W. T. CARGIIlL and JOE
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of-
RAYMOND HOWARD MARSHALL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All. creditors _of .the estate ot taymoind
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mands which they may have against said
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Gult County, Florida, in the courthouse at
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demand must be in writing and m,'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 lo law.
June 7, 1956. 6-14-4t
/a/ THELMA A. MARSHALL
Admnistratrix of the Estate of
Raymond Howard Marshall, deceased.
/a/ OC'IL G. COSTIN, Jr.
AttorLey for Administratrix
221 Rkid Avenue
Port St. Joe, Florida
First publication on June 1.i, 1958.


"RADE US that useless article for
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;WAP.
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BAllI 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service,, and, installation. Phone
.-3032. t tic
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
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rou need In your home. STOP and
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WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
...THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home
N. G. C. W. Long, V. G.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren Invited. G. F. Lawrence,
rHERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM Friday, June 8,
8:00 p.m. All Master Masons cor-
dially invited.
J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M.
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec.


ALCOHOLISM, recognized by the
American Medical Association as
a disease, is no respector of per-
sons, nor is it essentially a mo'al
question. A group of the new world-
wide fellowship of Alcoholics An-
onymous has been formed in Poet
St. Joe and is now holding meet-
ings twice a week. All persons de-
siring the Iservices of this group
may contact P. 0. Box 241 or ell
BAU 7-3646.


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Bill Bowen. tfc6-14
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Rev. Ned Iverson To
Hold Services Here
Rev. Ned Iverson of Aug4~sta,
Ga., will return to Port St. Joe for
a week of special evangelistic ser--
vices at the Bethel-By-the-Sea,
Presbyterian ,Church at Beacon'
Hill, beginning Sunday, July 15 at
12:00 EST. Evening services will'
be held Sunday through Friday- at
'7:80.:Timothy Elder will lead the
singing and Virgil Lovett .Will be
the pianist. .
Rev. Iverson will be remembered.
by many in this..area from his vis-.
its on two former are invited to attend, these special
services.
The new church is now complet-
ing their first Bible; School, under
the leadership of Timothy Elder.

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY, FLA.
IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
DAN HODRICK,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Dan
Hodrick, deceased, are hereby no-
tited and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said. estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the
dia"e of first publication of this no-
tice. 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
become void according to law.
July 3, 1956.
'SUSIE HODRICK
Administratrix of Estate of
Dan Hodrick, deceased.


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Return fAome. ,baniell home. place giVen by John
*Mr.. and Mr. F. Da' i Shiver, a brother of Mrs. Daniell.
M r, and M rs. 3.: F. ,-Daniell re- ^ ... ..
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sister LE ri 'iinavill.. a., ..and .Richaid' Nall of Jackson ll1 ? is
itll Mr. TDaniell'g brothers from the guest of-his grandmother, Mrs.
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