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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 19, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JOE
A Progreelve
Columunlty With a
Modern, Progressive
Weekly Newspaper


THE STAR

Port St. Joe The Ouflet Port fr ithe Apalachicola-Chattaohoochee Valley"


THE STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County


VOLUME XIX .'ORT $'. JOE, FLORItDA THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1956 SInglo Copy o NUMBER 47


Leading Citizens of Tomorrow


Power Franchise Election Is





Set or Next Tuesday, July 24


Left to right are the four children of Mr. and Mrs. Pope Fend-
ley; Cassandra 4, Burdh 3, Margaret 5, and Rochelle 7. In
the next picture, left to right are the children of Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Anderson; Judy 6, Tommy 8 and Gail 11.


Above left to right are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bry-
an; Brooks 4, Kansas 7, Eary 1%, Ernest 10, and Fletcher 5.
In the next picture, left to right, are the children of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry H. Hatcher; Jennifer 3, Henry 5 and Herschel 4.


Above are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. John Odom. They
are, from left to right, Tom-
my 4 mos., Johnnie 4, Sue 7,
and Wanda 9.


Abov'- and to the left are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Ricli ids; Nancy ,4 and'Gayle G.' ,, .



Testimony Declares That Merger of FEC

And ACL Would, Damage Other Lines


WASHINGTON Merger of the
bankrupt Florida East Coast Rail-
way and the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad would severely damage the
Seaboard Air Line Railroad and a
subsidiary, an Interstate Commerce
Commission hearing was told Tues-
day.
R. T. Etheridge, vice president
of SAL, testified in opposition to


fic to the MD&S would be a stun-
ning blow," 'Etheridge said.
He continued that freight reve-
nue received by SAL from its inter-
change with the FEC in 19515 was
$4,352,46,6, "and we estimate that
approximately three-fourths of this
amount or in excess of $3,000,000
will be lost in the event the East
Coast is acquired by the Coast


AOL's proposed merger with FEC. Line."
This is one of two plans now be- Etheridge was told ACL has stat-
fore the ICC. The other, advanced ed all existing FEC through routes
by the S~t Joe Paper Co., Port St. by Jacksonville connecting with
Joe, would continue independent op- SAIL and the ,Southern, railroad
ration of the Jacksonville-Miami would be kept open in case of a


Asked the grounds for SAL's op-
position, Etheridge said:
"The interchange of freight be-
tween the Seaboard and the Flor-
ida East Coast at four junctions
(Jacksonville, West Palm Beach,
Marcy( Miami) is quite substantial
and the Seaboard enjoys attractive
revenue from such interchange.
"This is also true of the Macen,
Dublin and Savannah Railroad, a
wholly owned subsidiary of the Sea-
board operating 92 miles between
Vidalia and Macon, Ga., and serving
a, an overhead line in the handling
of a substantial amount of freight
which originates on or is destined
to points on the Florida East Coast
Railway,
"We are convinced that much of
the traffic would be los: to the
Seaboard and the MD&S if the ap-
plication were granted and both
lines would be severely damaged
thereby.
"Additionally, we feel that the
public interest would not be better
served by such acquisition but, on
the contrary, would be adversely
affected ."
Etheridge testified that the in-
terchange with the FEC at the four
points has produced freight reve-
nue for Seaboard over a nine-year
period in excess of 31 million dol-
lars.
As to the MD&S, Etheridge said
it had not been possible to set
down the benefits but that reports
indicated they were quite substan-
tial and contribute in a large way
to the total freight revenue of the
railroad.
'"The loss of the East Coast traf-


merger.
"This being the case", he was
asked, "what is the basis for your
concern regarding the loss of traf-
fic .the Seaboard interchanges with
the East Coast"
TExperience has taught us" he re-
plied, "that almost invariably the
merger of two fines or the acquisi.
tion of one by another results in
a change in the flow of traffic in
favor of the so-called parent line.
"The carrier absorbed eventually
loses its identity as an independent
line and the traffic theretofore mov-
ing via other connections rapidly
channels to the parent line to the
detriment of the former connec-
tions."


Requests Made



For Sewer Lines


Earl Tom Pridgeon and ROWOe
Sudduth appeared before the City
Commission Tuesday night request-
ing that the city extend a sewer
line down Garrison Avenue trom
16th Street to 20th Street. they
stated that they wanted to star,.
construction of 19 houses On this
street and needed water and sew-
er.


A small group of citizens Were
also on hand, presumably to Bro-
test high water charges. so the
M ayur used the opportunity to an-
swer both questions at one time.
The Mayor explained that the
City water and sewer finances wit'e
such at this time that it would be
impo&ible to construct all the seW-
er lines requested for new con-
struction so the city would not un-
dertake to construct any until all
could be taken care of.
The Mayor explained that such
construction as this could only be
financed by water and sewer reve-
nues, and since bonds had been
floated against the utilities; they
('the bonds) bad to be met before
any new construction could be con-
sidered,
The Mayor explained that the
City was now struggling to make
the bond payments. In order to do
this, he explained, the rates were
raised but the raise would only
bring in five cents per thousand
gallons above the old city rate.
Upon discovering the sad state
of the water and sewer finances, in
the month of March, he told the
group, a study was made and it
was found that about 40 percent of
the water being purchased by the
City was being lost before it was
sold to the customers. An analysis
as to the cause of this showed sev-
eral leaks, several places without
meters, and, for the most part, the
fault was found to be with worn-
out meters.
When the cause was found, an im-
mediate program was put into force
to repair all the meters that were
not working at all. In connection
with this, 50 meters at a time are
being removed at a time and over-
hauled and put back into operation.
This program will go on until every
meter in the city is overhauled.
A representative from a meter
manufacturer told the City that all'
meters should be overhauled at
least every seven years and that
the present city meters were noL
measuring all the water going
through them.
The repair of meters is causing
a drop in water loss and a hike in
revenue. %
The Mayor said that the meters
being put into first-class shape is
causing people to pay for all the

community.
Experience in 1956, now reported
from '23 areas (mostly states)
shows that the vaccine is at least


P! ty f P li 7025% efefctive in preventing paraly-
le y of Poio tic poliomyelitia.
Vaci A *,,Mvl- A Dr. Van Riper pointed out that
VaCCine AVailable vaccine administered in July and
August would prevent crippling po-
,Dr. Hart E. Van Riper, Medical lio in August and September.
Director of the National Founda-
tion for Infantile Paralysis told Visitors From DeLand
doctors of the State of Florida this Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Ramsey
week that the Poliomyelitis vaccine and young daughter of DeLand are
supply in the United States as a visiting their parents here this
whole now exceeds current de- week and next. Mr. Ramsey is at-
mand. tending Stetson University in De-
Dr. Van Riper says that very Land.
soon doctors will be able to get all -IJ
the vaccine they need through! Return From Texas
whatever distribution system is es-! Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buttram
tablished in their particular state' returned last week from a two
Van Riper urged that the doctors week vacation in Texas. While
get just as much vaccine as they there, they visited relatives and
needed to inject "without delay" in points of historical interest.
as many of their patients as are 4
eligible to receive vaccine in their Send The Star To A Friend


water they ute, thus making their
water bill go up and the loss in
months past is why the city is not
financially able to put in the sewer
and water extensions that are need-
ed at the present time.
As a side-note, the Mayor pointed
out that users in the City used up
over 14 million 'gallons of water
in t4e-m-fl, or Tne-a-9 tne 1-+


Clothing Store Sales

Plentiful This Week

Hunting a bargain?
They are in this week's issue
of The Star.
Practically every clothing store
in town is staging a clearance
this week end and have chosen
The Star as the most natural
means of letting you know about
it.
Listed in this week's paper are
the summer clearance ads of
Costin's, Boyles, aStones' Shop
for Men and Austin-Atchison Co.
We have never seen such an
array of bargains in one week
since we have been in Port St.
Joe.


New Franchise Will Be


For 30 Years


FPC Pledges Plenty

Of Future Power

'Florida Power Corporation pled-
ges there will always be plenty of
power available for the growing
needs ofPort St. Joe," Richard G.
Porter, local manager of the utili-
ty, said this week in commenting
on the franchise election next


UJr aiay uurittt; tUB rcuc uii &po. _,Tuesday.
That amount is nearly twice what The time is ripe now to save on Tuesday.
has been pumped into the city clothing and it looks like the "Our company has spent many
mains for the month of July (June merchants in town are ready for thousands of dollars in recent
20 to July 20). This coupled with you to benefit. months to keep power facilities
20the reduction of losto July ). This frcoupled with here ahead of the rapidly-growing
the reduction of loss from 40 per electric needs of the community,
cent to slightly over 20 per cent and will continue to provide addi-
is what caused water bills to go Scout Troop akes tional facilities as they are need
Up for the past mouth. .ed in the future," Porter said.
Circus Travel Plans oited as part of the company's
Brotherhood President to broad program of progress was the
Brotherhood President to recent project of re-building and
Present Program Here Boy Scout Circus, Troop 47, will converting the local distribution
go to Bainbridge, Ga., July 27 to system from 2400 volts to 12,000
George McDonald, Florida ,State present their entertainment for the volts. This means that the virtually
Baptist Brotherhood President, will Scout Troop in that South Georgia new distribution system now has
present an interesting program at city. many times more capacity to serve
the Long Avenue Baptist Church Senior Scouts with the Circus both the present and future needs
next Monday night, July 23, at will leave Port St. Joe, at 4 :30 a.m. of Port St. Joe Porter emphasized,
8:00 p.m. with the Circus trucks. and also provides better voltage
Material; in the form of movie A motorcade from Port St. Joe regulation and continuity of ser-
slides, for th-e program was col-, will leave at a:45 a in. from Porr vice.
elected in Mr. MoDonald's travels St. Joe with Harry McKnight and To back up r.r t: ,dernized dis-
throughout Mexico. Besides its be- Joh: B Rsley in charge of the tribution system," Porter pointed
ing educational of the scenery and group. A hluhway patrol escort out, "our company has also provid-
life of Mexico, it presents the Mis- will lead the group to Bainbridge. ed a reliable '.source of power by
sionary program in this neighbor- The escort will join in a parade building here a new, larger sub-
ing land. in Bainbridge at 4:00 p.m. with station and connecting it to the
The public is invited to attend. Circus time set at 8:00 p.m. Port company's integrated system of
St. Joe time. powerful generating plants with a
A group of the Circus clowns, completely rebuilt transmission
Professional Wrestling monkeys, animal trainers, Circus line. The rebuilt line was designed
Coming Here Wednesday Queens and others will appear on and constructed to withstand winds
-- television at 8:00 p.m. from Talla- of hurricane force 'and carries
Professional wrestling will come hassee, Monday, July 23, advertis- 66,000 volts in place of the old line
to Port St. Joe on Wednesday ing the show. which carried only 33,000 volts.
night, July 25, when the Loyal Or-, .All parents and friends and Boy The expanded and modernized
der of Moose will sponsor matches' Scouts are urged to attend the trip substation and rebuilt transmission
at the Centennial Building. and take 'part in the motorcade. line will also provide plenty of
There will be two matches and Parents of Scouts are encouraged power for the future expansion o
the first will start at 8:16. Some to urge their boys to attend all the electric requirements of the
of the nation's outstanding wrest- regular and called meetings of the city, its es, businesses and in-
lers will be brought here. Scout troop between now and cir dustries.
Advance ticket sale is being con- cus time, in order that the show Street lighting service in Port
ducted at Butler's upholstery and will be well rehearsed for preset- St. Joe has been expanded 0% in
trimJoe hasbeen expanded In
trim shop, tation.the past five years, including the
installation 'of 16 large enclosed


Saints Down Wewa To Lengthen Win


luminaires equipped with power-
ful 6,000 lumen lamps. The new


Sa i i r franchise rate for municipal ser-
Streak; Meet Apalachicola Friday.vice being substantially lower, Por-
ter said, will not only effect a ma-
terial saving. to the city on its pres-
Sunday afternoon the St. Joe the Saint,. have been displaying in ent street lighting and other uses
Saints were host to the Wewa ga- the past 'seven games. The Saints of electricity, but will. permit fur-
tors, and marked up their seventh may not have the same old players their expansion and modernization
straight victory. The Saints had of yester year, but the official score at a minimum of expense.
the game 6 to 3 when the Gators ok thy own is one any team The Florida Power office here
came to bat in the tophal of the would be proud to have. has also been refinished and a heat
ninth inning. Wewa is a team that Sunday, July 22 the Saints play pump installed. This provides an
is not beaten until the last out is Panama City here at 4:00 p.m. improved and air conditioned home
called against them. They put Bill Fleming has provided the service center, equipped with new
called against them. they put local fans with some very good umrn- kitchen appliances. Many local
across two runs to make the score pining behind the plate. He has ce appliances ny a
6 to 5 and that is how the gamepirng been complimnd the plate He has groups are taking advantage of
ended been complimented by the visiting these facilities for business and
Manager Hamm went the nine team for calling some of the best social gatherings nad to familiarize
innings on the mound with Langlhe y have had called in a themselves with the use of these
behind the plate. Billy Dixon start- long time. modern aids to better living.
d with Rudf Gakin atchin but ------ c


had to be relieved by Rudy Gaskin
in the seventh inning with Gortman
behind the plate for Wewa.
Jimmy Philyaw returned to the
Saints line-up Sunday when he re-
placed W. J. Herring who left the
game due to injury of an old ail-
ment.
Friday night, July 20, the Saints
will play Apalachicola here at &:00
p.m. The Oystermen are leading
.the Gulf Coast League with the
Saints hot on their heels in second
place. The winner of Friday night's
game will most likely win the first
place spot of the regular season.
Apalachicola, having rested for
two weeks at the expense of the
Government up at Camp Stewart
summer National Guard encamp-
ment, will have to play heads-up
ball in order to put out the fire


Sgt. Herring Returns .


City Will Reap Pct.

Of Gross Income

Voters of Port St. Joe will go to
the polls Tuesday in a freeholders
election -to decide whether or not
the City of Port St. Joe will enter
into a new 30-year franchise with
the Florida Power Company.
Although the present franchise is
not up until 1960, the City is desir-
ous of renewing the franchise for
certain benefits that the Power
Company is offering with new fran-
chises that .the city does not get
under its old franchise.
The added benefits to the City
with a new franchise will be a re-
fund to the city in the way of taxes
of two per cent of the Power Com-
pany's revenues for the first ten
years of the franchise. The City
will receive three percent of the
income for the second ten years
of the franchise and four per cent
for the remaining ten years of
the 30 year franchise.
The Power Company will not be
able to raise its rate to pay the
benefits to the City, since it./will
be termed as,a tax and not as an
expense of f.idlities which deter-
mines the rItes. Tho rates are sF!
by tne Pu'bUI. L'U i.-t commission
of the State based on this inves:-
ment.
Power Company officials pointed
out to the City Commission that
the payments to the City will
mean very little out of the Com-
pany's pocket since the tax paid
to the city will be deductible from
taxes to the national government.
An added benefit to the city will
be a discount of about 30 per cent
on power used by the City itself,
making a further saving' in the
operation of city affairs.
The election will be held at the
City Hall, Tuesday, July 24 with
only registered freeholders eligible
to vote.


Band Boosters Are

Readying Calendar

Plans are being completed for
the publication of the 1956-57 Band
Boosters Calendar which will go
on sale September 1.
Many local business concerns
have supported the purpose of the
calendars by purchasing advertis-
ing space oni the- border;
The Band Boosters. take great
pride In the large number of local
merchants and friends, doing bus!-
ness in Port St. Joe who are be-
hind the efforts to purchase band
uniforms and music for the local
band. The Boosters urge the peo-
ple of the community to patronize
the businesses for they are respon-
sible for obtaining the necessary
means. Without their help the goal
set by the GBoosters could not be
accomplished.


To Fort Lewis, Wash. Mexico Beach Postal
Station Will Open
FORT LEWIS, WAiSH-M-Sgt.Volunteer Firemen
James 0. Herring, whose wife, On- Mexico Beach postal station wi l
nie, lives in Port iSt. oe, is sche- begin operations on Aug. 1, accord- To Attend School
duled to arrive at (Fort Lewis, ing to Postmaster Bernard O'Brien
Wash.; this month from Alaska as of the Panama City post office. The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
part of Operation Gyroscope. the Opening of the new station was Department will have a school next
Army's unit rotation plan. slated for July 1 but due to an in- week to be conducted by the Flor-
,Sergeant Herring is a member of jury to the operator, Mrs. W. O. ida State Fire College instructor
the 71st Infantry Division, which Cathey, it was delayed. assigned to this area.
is replacing the 2d Infantry Divi- I- The school is conducted each year
sion at Fort Lewis. Week End Guests Here for the City firemen free of charge
A first sergeant in Battery D of to acquaint them with the latest
the division's 167th Antiaircraft Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ward and Mr. methods of modern fire fighting.
Artillery Battalion, ;Sergeant Her- and Mrs. Rogue Smith of Fitzger- The school will be held nightly
ring arrived for duty in Alaska in ald, Ga., were the week end at the City fire station at 7:00 p.m.
September 1955. guests. of Mrs. Ward's sister and Monday through Friday.
A veteran of 12 years of Army brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. La- All Volunteer firemen are urged
service, the sergeant has also ser- mar Miller in their'home at Ccn- to attend as many of these classes
ved in the Far East. stitution Park. as possible.


In themnho ineadtels


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Mrs. McLawhon Junior G. A.'s Meet

Honored at Party At Church Monday

rs. George McLawhon was hon- l The Highland View Junior G. A.'s
ored with a party on July 9 in the met at the church at 4:15 Monday
Parish .House, Hostesses for the afternoon. The meeting was called
occasion were Mrs. Walter Starnes to order by the president, Pinky
Mrs. Thomas Mitchel land Mrs. S. Whitfield. The group sang the GA
D. Johnson. hymn and said the watchword and
The punch table was covered allegiance. Rosa Lee Keels read the
with a white linen cloth from which stewardship story, "Money Talks
squares of iced cake, fruit punch, for Itself".
mints and nuts were served, he gift Faye Rhames read the third chap-
table was centered with a white ter of the mission study book. Kate
tree trimmed in blue and pink Rhames read the fourth chapter.
bows. A large white stork complet- There were 12 members present
ed the'decoration.
eA thecorsage n and two visitors. The visitors were
A corsage was presented to Mrs. Mrs. Leo Kennedy and Buddy Ken-
McLawhon by Mrs. I. C. NedleyI nedy. Those present were Pinky
and Mrs. McD).ni.el and Mrs. Gilbert htfield, re sa
won rizes Wlteld Linda aye Keels, Rosa
Lee Keels, Helen Richards, Libby
18 guests enjoyed the party, Adams, Sarah C. Cumbie, Pat Mc-
Cormick, Linda Kennedy, Kate
Rhames and the counselor, Mrs. L.
F. Adams. Rosa Lee Keels led in
D peO le -. the closing prayer.
S First Baptist WM'U
Meets At Church Tues.
PRESC iiO' Circle 6 of the Woman's Mission-
S DRU sionary Union of the First Baptist
S Church met at the church Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. C. A. MdClel-
Ian, Mrs. Charles Gill and Mrs. J.
0. Baggett giving the program.
The topic for the scripture reading
was 'stewardship. The first part,
"The Universe is God's" was given
by Mrs. McClellan. She used scrip-
ture from the entire Bible to illus-
trate her talk. The second part, "All
Have your doctor phone us Things are God's" was given by
or bring your prescriptions Mrs. Gill. The third part, "We Are
to God's" was given by Mrs. Baggett.
oU mA short business sesison was
SMITH'S PHARMACY held andreports heard. Mrs. Bag-
gett closed the meeting with pray-
Shop The Self-Service Way er. The group adjourned to the
In Air-Conditioned Comfort social room where all Circles com-
bined for a social hour and party
JOHN ROBERT SMITH honoring Mrs. J. M. Patterson. Cir-
HPharmaceutical Chemist cle 5 was hostess to the party and
Served refreshments. Thirty mem-
bers attended.


Bible School Ends At ed the statement of protest. In tion on Cuban cigars, it looks like The General Agreement on Tariffs
r W a hin to spite of the outcome of the bill in they might have pulled the rug and Trade (GATT) was negotiated
Highland View Church W ashington the House, this Is the type of pro- from under him 'when he wasn't entirely by the Republican Admin-
C n t cAW f posal that would be filibustered to looking. This tariff reduction on istration, and if the Tampa cigar
Commencement exercises for theEE SAW death in the fSenate. 1 Cuban cigar imports could possibly industry suffers ,no one else is to
land View Methodist Church will by WIN PENDLETON COULD THIS ,BE FATAL?-Up obliterate the entire hand-made ci- glame. And the blame must be
be held Friday night, June 20, at to now the Administration has gar industry of Tampa. The cigar borne by Cramer. Just how much
8:00 p.m. Each class will present iSIKIS HELPED WRITE IT watched carefully over their lone people say it will. This would cause Cramer could have done about. it
a panorama of the week's activities Another 'Southern protest is in the 'Republican member from Florida. a loss of nearly a million dollars a if he had been alert to what was
and daily lessons. Also, the school Record. When a group of Southern Congressman Bill 'Cramer. But, be- year in payroll-and several thou- going on is a question. But, one
will present the songs they have members of Congress met to draft cause of their recent tariff reduc- sand workers would be out of jobs. (Continued on page 10)
enjoyed singing each day. Children the joint statement against the Ad-
who have been present at least five ministration's so-called civil-rights
days during, the school will be bill, "he-coon" Bob Sikes helped
awarded diplomas, dictate it. 'He pointed out that the V & A
Visitors friends, and parents of proposals of this bill would be a
the children are invited to attend direct invasion of states rights. It
this service. The pastor, Rev. Doug- would give subpoena powers and
las Newoome, states, "This is the broad investigating powers to a
greatest and best vacation church select group appointed by the Pres-
school in the history of our church." ident. Used in its broadest terms,
___g ___ the powers of this proposed law
Visiting From N. C. would permit the invasion of busi- M E
nesses and homes on all sorts of
Mrs. Willard Myers and children witch hunts. Most Southern mem-
Mary, Martha and Bill of Charlotte, hers followed Sikes' lead and sign-
N. C., is visiting with Mrs. Myers' 2 M T 9
mother, Mrs. W. J. Belin and oth- 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
er relatives here in the city. THE FOURTEENTH JDI-A
Visiting .In Altha In Re: ADOPTION OF BONNIE Dem onstrator Guaranteed
Linda Roberts is visiting with DliANE WH-ITAKE'R.
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. To: JA'MES WHITAKnER, the na-
tural parent of Bonnie Diane Whit- .O S L ln M oIi i
Ben Roberts in Altha for two aker, whose address is unknown.
weeks. You, the said James Whitaker, CONSOLE Blonde Mahogany Finish
-are hereby commanded to appear
To Attend Convention in the above named court at Wewa
To Attend Convention hitchka, Florida, on or before Aug- O VA L nl -"
iParker G. Hart and George Coop- ust, 19&56, to show cause why the 00 VALUE
er will leave Saturday by plane petition filed in said court for the $625. VALUE nn v N
from Tallahassee for GSalt Lake adoption of Bonnie Diane Whitaker
City, Utah, where they will repre- by the petitioner, Roosevelt Mor-
ris, should not be granted.
sent Gulf County at the National his 19th day of July, 1956. 4,t
nventin of County Commission- !Cerkof said Court. n7-1 clues Antenna and Inst llatio EASY TERMS
____ __ (Official Seal)
L vave For Camn


Mr. and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller
and daughter Ann and Betty Ward
left Tuesday for Mentone, Ala.,
where Ann and Betty will enter
Camp De Soto.
Spends Week End Here
Bert Munn of Mobile, Ala., spent
the week end with his parents and
family, rM. and Mrs. Bert Munn of
Hunter Circle.

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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., 8:00 p.m. Bible Study


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TUESDAY


OPEN HOURS: Sunday and Weekdays, 2:45 p.m.

OPEN SATURDAYS AT 10:30 A.M.


--- FEATURE No. 1 ---


SATURDAY
,- FEATURE No.
RICHARD CONTE
CONSTANCE St


"THE BIG


TIPOFF"


"WILD and WOODY" Cartoon


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Wednesday & Thursday

A ORAWA
9 N el 1


SUNDAY and MONDAY


Worlds f
and Women
He Took by
Right of .
Conquest! .
d Fre
BLOW


"CROWING 'PAINS Cartoon

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY


SUNDAY, MONDAY


M. u..acuIq


Play Hollywood



Every Tuesday


"LITTLE AUDRY RIDING HOOD" Cartoon
"FISH ARE WHERE YOU FIND THEM" Short

ST. JOE DRIVE-IN TONITE ONLY


For The Electric Franchise



Tuesday, July 24


VOTE YES for continued good and economical Electric Service

VOTE YES for Substantial Franchise Benefits to the Cityof Port St. Joe
SMITH



OFFICIAL BALLOT

SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
SJuly 24, 1956

"This election is held for the purpose of determining whe-
SIL their the qualified electors of the City of Port St. Joe who
are freeholders shall approve the ordinance passed and
adopted by the City Commission of said City granting to
IT Florida Power Corporation, its legal representatives, suc-
L.oI,' cessors and assigns, the right and privilege of, and franchise
edric for, constructing, maintaining and operating an electric pow-
RCH er plant and distribution system in the City of Port St. Joe.
M The voter desiring to vote in favor of the proposed ordinance
granting said franchise shall put a cross mark (X) after
the words 'For Franchise'; and the voter desiring to vote
against said ordinance shall put a cross mark (X) after the
-2"'


words Against Franchise.

AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO FLORIDA POWER
CORPORATION, ITS LEGAL REPRESENTATIVES, SUC-
CESSORS AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT AND PRIVILEGE
OF, AND FRANCHISE FOR, CONSTRUCTING, MAIN-
TAINING AND OPERATING AN ELECTRIC POWER
PLANT AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN THE CITY
OF PORT ST. JOE, COUNTY OF GULF, AND STATE OF
FLORIDA.


POR FRANCHISE:

AGAINST FRANCHISE:
I" I IIII II-


FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION


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THE ST,R, POR'r ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1956


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BANG! It's A Victory For Values Here! I


Celebrating With



88c



Days!


WE CELEBRATE WITH
88c DAYS
Not a better buy in
the good old USA!

Cotton Panties

4 for 88c
First quality Sizes
0 to 4. They're worth a
third morel


THURS., FRI., SAT. and MON.
JULY 19, 20, 21 and 23 COME!


NYLON HOISERY pr. 88c
You'll gasp at the lovely quality and just right colors Buy
more Save morel
Unbelievable Value
54" INDIANHEAD yard 88c
That's what we said fifty-four inches wide, in white tur-
quoise and black.
Yes! They're LOVABLE
SUN BRAS 88c
Cooll Cobll Cooll
-- WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS -


Celebrating With



88c



Days!


I SEEING IS BELIEVING
88c DAYS
Handy, popular size

Cotton Rugs

88c to $1.88
You'll buy several when
Iyou see them
Cheerful colors!


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS
Mrs. Emily Pinter and children
Rita and Dell and Mrs. Howard
Linebargar motored to Panama
City Tuesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Campbell and
children returned home ISunday af-
ter spending a few days in Perry
visiting with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Emily Pinter and Mrs. How-
ard 'Iinebargar spent Wednesday
in Wewahitchka visiting with Rev.
and Mrs. Early Whitfield.
Carl D'eese an dson, L. C. motor-
ed to Wewahitchka Thursday on
business.
Miss Betty Deese, Miss Juanita
Norris. and Miss Gracie Dortch mo-
tored, 'to Wewahitchka Thursday
with 'Carl Deese.
Miss Joyce Hayes spent Sunday
with Mr. and .Mrs. Cannon.
Howard Linebargar of Tyndall
was the week end guest of his
wife, Mrs, Boncile 'Linebargar and
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dykes was
the ISunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Dykes.


lahassee visiting with hertitr,
Mr. and Mrs. John Parker Brown-
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris
and children, Mrs. Emily Pinter
and children and Juanita Norris
spent Saturday in Chipley.
Miss Grace Dortch returned home
Saturday after spending a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris.
Mr. and Mrs. L. ,P. Ray and
children spent Saturday in Altha
visiting with friends and relatives.
Miss Jeanette ISpan of DeFuniak
Springs returned home Friday af-
ter spending a week with her sis-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. 'Herman Ard.
Miss Patricia Lewis and her
brother, COharles is spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Stripling.
Major Norris motored to Wewa-
hitchka Thursday on business.
Ronnie Hanlon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Hanlon is spending a
few days in Wewahitchka. He is
visiting with friends and relatives.
Howard Linebargar spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Alex LeGrone re-
turned home Monday after spend-
ing a few days with rMs. Dollie
Shirey.
Mrs. Hubert Kaiser and daughter
Freda Ann spent Wednesday with
her mother and father, Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Ray,


PAY CASH -- PAY LESS
WOMEN'S and GIRLS'
SHORTS and BLOUSES
88c $1.88
You'll need these for months! The quality
and style will amaze you at this low price.

Cool. Easy to launder

COTTON SLIPS
88c


You'll want these 13 months in
They fit. Sizes 32 up.

SAVINGS and SERVICE
88c DAYS
We're right out in front
with

Summer Sandals

$1.88 and $2.88
For missy miss and mrs.
You'll see the best values and
styles of the season
ALL DRESS SHOES reck-
lessly reduced! It hurts too
much to tell you the price


the year !


ALL OUT FOR SALES
88c DAYS
Quick thinking for the
Home!
BEDSPREADS
$1.88
Full sized crinkle cotton!l
Bright
Chenilles -- $2.88
Better quality, heavier
Chenilles $3.88
You'll score a triple here You
will have to see to believe!


PAY CASH PAY LESS

BIG BATH TOWELS
2 For 88c
Thick and thirsty in stripes and solids. By
Cannon, 22X44. It gets boresome selling
these for no profit but here it is.

The Old Reliable!

LL SHEETING
4 Yards 88c
Unbleached and unbeatable .. Buy 4 yards
or a boltl


PROFITS GO OUT
WITH THE TIDE
88c DAYS

Final clean up

SHEER

PIECE GOODS

3 yds. 88c
Good assortment of colors.
Demity and lawn prints.


l~ecal Bdg.QRLND, FLA P n,447
LI0 E SED- 5 0 E 7 LII N VE 0 ST -E
50 W.0 6L, L ..1ILEX Poe W bsh8


PAY CASH -- PAY LESS
You'll do the blowing about this one!

HANDKERCHIEFS

12 For 88c
Nuff sed! Come and get 'eml

Men! Now's the time to act!
We could hardly believe the values when
we bought 'em! Now we're selling 'em
DRESS SLACKS
$3.88 and $4.88
at a terrific sacrifice You win!


WORTH READING
88c DAYS
Goodby and good luck!
All ladies and children's
Summer Hats
Former prices forgotten .
Now your choice for only .
88c

Men's First Quality
WORK SOX
4 Prs. 88c
Durable cotton in white, tan
and grey.


PAY CASH -- PAY LESS
Men's full cut sanforized

MEN'S SHORTS

2 For 88c
Sounds unreasonable but it's true You'll be
smart to buy a dozen!

MEN'S STRAW HATS

$1.88 and $2.88
Come get 'em while it's still hot. Panama,
painted straw, good selection of styles and
colors. Sizes 6% to 7%.


CASH NOT PROFIT
IS OUR AIM
88c DAYS
1 TABLE
SHOES
For boys, girls and
ladies

88c
Broken sizes, odd lots.
Too much to describe.
See for yourself .
looks like a give-away!


SAVINGS PLUS FUN 88c DAYS
Men! You can wear these light weights the year
year 'round here!

CHOICE SUITS


Val. up to
$25.00


S14.88 Vl. up't 19.88
a19.oU $39.50 1.


Rayons, linens, wool and dacron Looks like a complete
sellout!

Men! Choose from the best values, styles and colors
we've ever had!
SPORT SHIRTS $1.88 and $2.88
The groups include Tulane and Van Heusen You'll need
several before the summer's over. Buy here and Savel


WE CAN'T EAT IT
Merchandise must go
88c DAYS

Men, we urge you to
see the best values!

Work Shoes

$5.88 -$8.88
Every pair guaranteed
to fit and wear. Genu-
ine Star brand. Cork
soles.


IF WE DON'T SMILE AND SAY "THANK YOU" YOUR PURCHASE IS ABSOLUTELY FREE


Mecl'Bd. ORLAND, FA.Phn:S 47)H
LIES ED B NDD 0ALF INO E 30SA S


4 GREAT SUN and FUN GROUPS!


Dresses


$4.88 to $7.88
We lose! You win! Brand names you are well
acquainted with We selected each style carefully
. They must go to make room for next season's ar-
rivals! Hurryl


Presbyterians To
Organize Sunday
The new Presbyterian Church on
the leach will complete its organi-
zation this Sunday at 3:00 announ-
ces Rev. Donald A. Swicord, well-
known former misisonary and
church organizer, and at present
pastor at Gulf Beach. At this or-
ganization, elders will be ordained,
and more members will be receiv-
ed both by baptism and transfer
of church letter.
The Church at present is enjoy-
ing a refreshing season of speciall
services under the leadership of
Rev. Ned Iverson of Augusta, Ga.
These services will end Sunday
night. Residents of Port 'St. Joe
and the beach area are cordially
invited to atten dthe services and
the charter membership will remain
open for those who wish to join
this Sunday.
At the organization Sunday,. sev-
eral members and Elders over the
West Florida area will come, to
take part. Last week the first Bible
School was held with .in average
attendance of 35, and it was that
to be a fine success. The whole
of the work has prospered under'
the leadership of, the student pas-
tor Timothy Elder o -Port St. Joe.


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TH L STAR, PORT ST. JOiE, GULF COUNTY; FLORID^


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that It would take the oooetation
Rod aInd Gun Club Hass Formation of all members to keep it active.
7 He then introduced the GFWFC in-
Meeting In Wewahitchka July 7 formation and Educaton Oficerof
the Third District, James Floyd.
who told briefly why Rod and Gun,
A0bottt 50 interested sportsmen and to give them an opportunity to Clubs are beneficial to the hunter
jnet at the Wewahitchka High pass favorably or unfavorably on and to the game conservation peo-
School lunch room Saturday eve- those by-lawe. pie, alike.
aing to lay plans fo rthe formation 2. Not enough of the prospec- Properly operated, these clubs
of a county Rod and Gun Club. tive charter membership was rep- help a great deal in the state game
The turnout approximated about resented at this meeting. Those management program. The end re-
hale the' number expected, but the who were present expected that a suit is better hunting and fishing.
combination Fourth of July holiday larger group would gather for the Before adjourning, the honored
and the inclement weather formed second meeting kugust 4, at a guests were introduced. They were:
a temporary partnership, it was be- time and place to be announced Hon. Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Repre-
lieved, to keep away many of the later) and should be given a voice sentative, Gulf County.
men who had indicated they wero in the election of the first officers. Matthew Wiesenhunt, Area Bee
laterested in becoming members. Elected to serve on the Rules and Bear Technician.
Chief items of business accom- Committee are Warren K. Settle- Walter Larkin, Area Superkisor,
plUhed were the establishment ot mire, Chairman) of Port St. Joe, .
a Rules and Regulations Commit- B. B. Conklin, Port St. Joe; H. 0. Earl Frye, Assistant Director,
tee and the election of five men as Pridgeon, John H. Pridgeon and G'WC, Tallahassee
members of that committee. David C. Gaskin, all of Wewahitch- _
No attempt was made at this ka.
'first meeting to elect officers, the I Thomas McDaniel, Game War- Court Told Of
general feeling being that: den, acting as chairman pro tem,
1. By-laws should be set up first told the group what a "great
to give the members an idea of thing" it was that such a club was Savings Possible
what to expect, organizationally; in the process of being formed and s .


Tues. & Wed.

July 24 25


"ANOTHER 'GOING MY WAY'!"
-say the critics
.. 0 from coast-to-
E coast! -

W. Arm tinnA,,r


in r.O operation
WASHINGTON, July 9 Testi-
mony dealing with possible savings
in Florida East Coast Railway oper-
ations was offered Monday at a
hearing on the future plans for the
bankrupt railroad..
W. B. Lawrence, Norfolk Va.,
assistant comptroller of the Sea
board Air Line Railroad testified
studies indicate $541,000 could be
saved yearly in passenger train op-
erations.
Lawrence was called as a witness
for St. Joe Paper Co., and other


THR GTn-aA, PORT &T.Jet, O4P C6BUNtY, FLORIDA


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proponents of Independent opera
tion of the railroad at an Inter
state Commerce Commission hear,
Ing.
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad is
proposing a merger of FEC with
its system.
Lawrence testified his studies
show that the savings could be
made by adjusting numbers of cars
in passenger trains without elim-
inating any of the trains.
William Wyer, East Orange, N.
J., transportation consultant, was
recalled for further cross-examina-
tion concerning his testimony of
revenue losses to FE'C by the con-
struction of a post office annex at
Miami near the ACL tracks.
Wyer had testified. that a delay
in decisions regarding a new sta-
tion site at Miami had prevented
FEC recommending a location for
the new annex.

Gardens
A few minutes once a week, or as
needed, with a good dust gun and a
goot dust Will save a garden that
may be destroyed by insects and
dl.a.a..


Tourists Leave

$700 Million In

Florida In Year
Tourists dropped approximately
$700 million in the tills of retail
stores in Florida last year.
Expenditures in retail stores of
all types, restaurants, filling sta-
tions, etc., are included in this to-
tal. Excluded, however, are amounts
spent for accommodations, ser-
vices, and amusements, the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce stat-
ed this week.
Total retail sales in Florida
amounted to a. calculated $4.6 bil-
lion as reported in this week's busi-
ness review of the State Chamber's
research and industrial division.
Of this total $994 million was spent
in 'food stores; $38'5 million in eat-
ing and drinking places; $438 mil-
lion in general merchandise stores
and $976 million in automotive
sales and service establishments,.
Nationally, the average citizen
spent $1,119 in retail establish-


LAFF OF THE WEEK
-


From the Clinton County Re-
ublican-News, St. Johns, Michi-
gan: Mankind has used a variety
pf fuels in its long recorded and
unrecorded history. Starting with
fires of wood, it has dug coal,
Piped oil and gas, and now scouts
khe countryside with scintillators
cooking for uranium. Meanwhile
pne of the most plentiful sources of
energy, the heat of sunlight, has
been all around though not suf-
ficiently concentrated or continu-
bus to be put to work.
But a number of natural scien-
tists, engineers and inventors are
Bt work on solar heat, and sooner
vr later probably will find prac-
ical ways of using it. There are
4nany kinds of woik it can do with-
out displacing great amounts of
present fuels.
It can cook food, heat houses,
Sr distill fresh water from sea
,ater; these are among the lead-
g possibilities. Dr. George 0. Lof
)f Denver has started with an "um-
broiler," a kind of inverted alum-
tum umbrella which can cook
food for picnics or for families in
Tropical countries where fuel is
scarce. '"
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
tiology is continuing to sponsor re-
search and experimentation, as it
las for several years, on solar
eating of houses. And the Depart-
ment of Interior has awarded a
i153,000 contract to a Massachu-


setts engineering firm for devel.
opment work on a solar still to pro-
duce 25,000 gallons of fresh water
a day from sea water.
All this study and effort will
some day add up to the tapping of
new energy resources for mankind.
*
From the Okaloosa News-Jour-
nal, Crestview, Florida: When the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
"cracks" a spectacular case such
as occurred recently with the solu-'
tion of the Brinks robbery, it wins,
headlines emblazoned across the,
nation.
And it richly deserves them.
The same thing occurs when the.
FBI ends the criminal career of a;
Dillinger or a "Baby Face" Nelson.,
Few people pause to think these;
are just routine cases in the daily
routine of the FBI, which works'
around the clock to protect this
country and its law abiding citi-
zens.
Some of the best work of the'
FBI never hits the headlines or
news columns.
A sample of the quiet and effi-
cient manner in which it works'was.
demonstrated in this county .
in the solution of copper thefts at
Eglin Air Force Base. 0
The FBI has also done invaluable
work in combatting Communism.'
Never sell the FBI short-be-
cause the FBI will never sell Amer-
ica short.


ments and the average resident of address of the claimant and must
the southeastern states spent $837 be sworn to by the claimant, his
each. Floridia lying somewhere agent or his attorney, or it will
each. loridians, lying somewhere become void according to law.
between the two averages, are es- July 3, 1956.
timated to have spent $978 per SUSLE HODRICK
capital last year in retail trade. Administratrix of Estate of
Total retail store spending by Dan Hodrick, deceased.
Floridians reached $3.9 billion, NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
leaving a $700 million total expen- NOTICE is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 20953, Laws of
diture by visitors to the state. Flnrld. AA.t s f 1941 the neAr-


Dowt is$ bw so" ftl _io -10 -Un up your big feeaS


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-
tifted 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
date 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


signed persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Gulf -County, Florida, four
weeks after the first publication of
this notice the fictitious name or
trade name under which they will
engage in, business and in which
said business is to be carried on
to-wit: W. T., OARGILL and JOE
T. STEVENS, doing business as
CargillStevens Motors, 102 4th 'St.,
Port St. Joe, Florida. 4t-7-12
Sand The Star to a friend.
Elephant's TrunK
The fingerlike end of the ele-
phants many-muscled 'trunk is so
supple and skillful that this big,
awkward looking animal- can even
untie knots with it.


A--


IN MOTOR TRANSPORT


LEADS THB WAY


YourThybt Blue 41Ch1l


aow- @MC gives you -



a bonus of up to 3 gallons


in everytankful!




ALKxaboutlow-costGMC ownership! 180 hp V8 engine -to the moneysavin4g
A Withitsnewhigh-ratio cruisingaxle, advantages of Hydra-Matic Drive*-and
a Blue Chip GMC pickup now gives you this fact is clear:
up to 17.8% bettergas mileage. That's 3 The operation and maintenance
gallons' worth of bonus miles in every savings of Blue Chip features can
filling! .brin th rver.all at nf a half-ton


And you get far better road speeds, too,
from an easy-stroking, unstrained engine.
In short, from a mere $10.50 axle option,
GMC now gives you the advantages of a
$125 overdrive.
Add this to the super-efficiency of a GMC


GMC down to the level of-or beloti
-the cheapest stripped-model truch
on the market.
Come in today-for the rest of the story
"Opdonal at moderate extra cost


WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY


Port St. Joe, Fla.


TRADE-IN FOR A NEW SET NOW



Gulf Service Stations


YANK'S SERVICE STATION AUBREY R. TOMLINSON

Highland View Service Station


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SUPER SPECIAL
FOR THIS SALE
Spring Knight
Sheets
White, 81 x 99
$1.66
Pillow Cases
2 for $1.00


LADIES
Full Fashion
NYLON
HOSE
BERKSHIRE
SPECIAL
Reg. $1.35
$1.00
OTHER
HOSIERY
65c pr.


WE'RE CELEBRATNI


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SAVINGS FOR YOU !


"THANKS FOR SO MANY HAPPY BIRTHDAYS"
We at COSTIN'S want to again thank you for your loyalty, patronage, and friendship, on this our 35th
ANNIVERSARY. I personally want to thank all of the good people in Gulf County on this my tenth
anniversary with COSTIN'S for their friendship, and for the way they opened their hearts to me and
my family when we arrived here. It has been a wonderful ten years. To show our appreciation to
you, we are going to offer you some of the best values, at the best prices, you have ever seen. On
these pages are only some of the values we will offer you. You wi ?ind other values just as good
as these, all over the store, for this sale only.
COME IN and have a Coca-Cola with us on our birthday, and see for yourself. Thanks again, a mil-
lion times.
SINCERELY,
GARLAND LAWRENCE
Sale Starts Thursday, July 19


LADIES' NYLON PANTIES
Nylon tricot brief style


Reg. 69c


On PIECE GOODS
RED HOT

SOLID COLORS
Ref. 89c ---yd. 39
IV 80 sq. Print Cloth
SY / SOLID COLORS 1 A0
3 YARDS ------ I -UU
.I 1 Lot Piece Goods
A ": I Sheers and Solids i4 0iA
Reg. 69c yd., 38yds .uUU
I Lot Piece Goods
SBATES and Others y A
Reg. $1.39 yd.- -- yd. 980
)AN RIVER SHEERS 2 Yds. $1.00
pring.Knight
Broadcloth .._ yd. 39c
15" Drapery Cloth --- yd. $1.00
leg. $1.49 Yard
ALL LADIES'
'UMMER SKIRTS 1-3 Off
LADIES and CHILDREN'S

Sportswear
LADIES SWIM SUITS
Children's SWIM SUITS
LADIES' SHORTS
CHILDREN'S SHORTS
BEACH COATS
PEDAL PUSHERS
ALL
REDUCED "L

Free Coca CoasA

4/, Day Thursday


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COSTING'S

Port St. Joe, Florida


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40 Denier
3 PAIR
$1.00


ALL
CHILDREN'S
DRESSES
1-3 Off


MEN'S
Blue Chambray
WORK SHIRTS
$1.00


LOW 'PRICES
QUALITY
SERVICE


Special Buy For
This Sale
FINE QUALITY

Bed Spreads
Reg. $5.00 Value
$3.49 ea


MEN'S and BOYS'
SWIM TRUNKS

1-3 Off


LADIES' BLOUSES


REDUCED
Were Now
$3.98 $2.95
$2.98 $1.95
$1.98 $1.39
Ship and Shore and
All Others


SANDALS
ROBIN HOOD
White, Brown and Red
WERE NOW
S1.95 $1.39
S2.50 $1.69
S2.95 $1.89
S3.50 $1.95
S3.95 $2.95


Men's Work Pants
Reg. $3.95, pair $A 3 A
Khaki and Grey 3.5 0
Reg. $2.95 9 K.
Blue Denim PantsiL-q1


Reg. $3.29
Lee Dungarees
Reg. $3.98
Lee Riders


$2.69
$3.49


Men's N)
STRETCH
Reg. 79c
PAIR
RAYON SOX
Reg. 49c, 3 pr.


MEN'S
Jantzen and Haynes
TEE SHIRTS
WERE NOW
$1.69 $1.20
$1.95 $1.39
$2.95 $1.95
$3.95 $2.95


ylon (
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49o.
S1.00
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Arrow and Mark Twain
SPORT SHIRTS
- WERE NOW
$1.39 $1.00
$1.95 $1.49
$2.95 $2.29
$3.95 $3.19
Here's A Real Buy

SUMMER SLACKS
WERE NOW
$5.95 $4.50
$6.95 $5.25


$7.95
$8.95
$9.95
$12.95


$6.00
$6.50
$7.50


$9.75


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ALL LADIES
Sunimmer Dresses
MARKED DOWN
-- TO ALMOST COST
$8.95 S $6.00
10.95 6.95
12.95 8.00
14.95 A 8.95
15.95 9.95
16.95 V 10.95
17.95 10.95
19.95 12.95
20.95 E 12.95
22.95 13.95
\ 23.95 14.95
24.95 14.95
NO LAY-AWAY, NO APPROVALS
ALL SALES FINAL


REPD HO SPECIES$
MEN'S WHITE HANDKERCHIEF 6 for 49c
Regular 49c
BOY'S NYLON STRETCH SOX -------29c
BOY'S SUMMER SPORT COATS--- V OFF
Regular $1.98
Boy's Tom Sawyer TEE SHIRTS --- $1.39
Regular $1.49
GIRL'S TEE SHIRTS-----------$1.00
MEN'S STRAW HATS ----------$2.00
Regular $3.95 to $4.95
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LEGAL ADVERTISING St. Joe and in accordance with the laws and adopted by the City Commitsion-of said Section 0. That the polls at-said election sPort St; Joe,-Florida, In regular session as-
of the State of Florida so far as the same City granting to Florida Power Corporation, shall be open at 8:00 o'clock a.m. and shall sembled, at which said session a quorum
CITY OF PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA may be applicable, except as herein other- its legal representatives, successors and as- close at 7:00 o'clock p.m., arid it shall be of the City Commission was present, and
ORDINANCE NO. 158X wise provided. signs, the right and privilege of, and fran- the duty of the Registration Officer to fur- the said ordinance is hereby transmitted to
An Ordinance providing for an lso- Section 2. Thatt a special municipal elec- chise for, constructing, maintaining and nish the Clerk of Election appointed for such the Mayor for his approval.
tion by the qualified freeholder electors Section 6. That tme City Clerk shall be operating an electric power plant and dis- election a list of names of the registered (SEAL)
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, for the Registration Officer for this special tribution system in the City of Port St. Joe. and, qualified electors who are freeholders R. W. HENDERSON
the approval or rejection of an ordinance election and it shall be his duty to prepare The voter desiring to vote in favor of the and qualified to vote at this election under City Clerk of the
granting to Florida Power Corporation. or cause to be prepared sufficient number proposed ordinance granting said franchise the Constitution and Laws of the State of City of Port St. Joe, Florida
Its legal representatives, successors and of registration books, blanks, oaths for shall pu ta cross mark (X) after the words Florida an dthe Charter and Ordinances of The above and foregoing ordinance has
assengs, the right and privilege of, and registration, certificates for registration, ap- tion be, and the same is hereby called and the City of Port St. Joe. The Clerk and In- been duly examined and the same is hereby
franchise for. constructing, maintaining plications for renewal certificates, certifi- ordered to be held within the City of Port spectors of Election appointed for said approved.
and operating an electric power plant and, cates or transfer ,and other blanks and St. Joe, Florida, on Tuesday, the 24th day election shall, when the polls have closed, Dated at Port St. Joe, Florida, this the
distribution system in the City of Port forms, including ballots, necessary and-or of July, 1960, at which election there shall proceed to count the ballots and, when as- 19th day of June, 1956.
St. Joe, Florida, and prescribing the me- required to be used for this election; and be submitted to the qualified electors of certained, the result of the voting shall be J. L. SHARIT
thod, manner and conduct of holding such when not otherwise provided for under the said City who are freeholders, the question certified by return signed by the Clerk of Mayor of the
election. Charter of the City of Port St. Joe or in of the approval or rejection of the said fran- Election and a majority of the Inspectors of City of Port St. Joe, Florida
WHEREAS, the charter. of the City of this ordinance, the governing of the elec- thise ordinance. Election, and the Clerk of Election shall The above and foregoing election ordin-
Port St. Joe provides that the City Com- tion and forms and blanks used therein shall Section 3. That notice of said special transmit and deliver the same to the City ance has been duly examined by me and
m ission shall have the righde t to grant fran- conform to the statutes and general laws election herein called and ordered by the City Commission at a meeting of said City Com- the same is approved as to form, language,
chisesion shall have by the rigeneral laws and of the State of Florida. Commission to be held in the City of Port mission to be held at 12:00 o'clock noon and correctness thereof.
chise as provi the ate of Florida, to corpora- Section 7. That it shall be the duty of St. Joe, Florida, shall be published in a on the day following such election. CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.
tionas for the establishment or maintenance said Registration Officer to register all per- newspaper of general circulation in said Section 10. That a meeting of the City City Attorney of the
of public utilities in the City of Port St. sons who are qualified as freeholder electors City for at least thirty (30) days prior to Commission be, and the same is hereby, City of Port St. Joe, Florida
Joe, by ordinance first passed and adopted for said election, and who apply to him, in said election, such publication to be made called to be held at the City Hall at 12:00 -
by the City Commise sion, and subsequently an appropriate registration book which he at least once each week for four (4) consec- noon on the day following said election and, NOTICE OF ELECTION
approved by majority of the votes cast shallprovie therefore. Said registration utive weeks during said thirty (30) day at said meeting, the City Commission, acting OTICE IS HEREBY GEN at a pec-
by the qualified electors of the City of Port book shall be open at his office twenty (20) period, as the ol.ard of Canvassers, shall proceed to ICEI HEBE t S e
St Joe who are freeholders, at a municipal days before the holding of said election and Section 4. That this ordinance shall serve canvass the returns presented by the Clerk ial Municipal Election of freeholders will
election at which such question shall have shall remain open for such registration for as notice of said special election and the of Election and shall determine and declare be held in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
election at which au a at least ten (10) days between the hours City Clerk is hereby ordered and directed to the result of. such election; and if a ma- on the 24th daf of July, 1956, between the
WHEREAS, in accordane with the terms of 9:00 o'clock a.m. and 12:00 o'clock cause a copy of this ordinance, accompanied jority of the votes cast by the qualified hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 7:00 o'clock
WHEREAS, n accordance t r St. Jte noon, and between the hours of 2:00 o'clock by a copy of the said franchise ordinance, electors who are freeholders shall be in favor p.m., at the following polling place
of said charter of the Citmmissio ha, by an ort Sdinance pm. and 5:00 o'clock p.m., each day. Each to be posted at the front door of the meet- of said franchise, the City Commission shall City Hall in Port St. Joe
saiduly passed aity Commission has by an ordinance person applying to be registered shall, if Iag place of the City Commission for a per- thereupon declare the ordinance granting at which said election there will be submit-
lypassed adopted a qualied, take oath administered by said iod of at least thirty days before the date the franchise to have been approved and ted to the duy alified electors of the
e Corporation, a Florida corp oration, its trationOfficer or his duly appointed of said election, said ordinances to remain confirmed. City of Port St. Joe who are freeholders
er Corporation, a Florida ccssorration, its deputy to the effect that he is a qualified so posted at said place until after said elec- Section 'II. That this ordinance shall be for approval or rejection, an Ordinance
legal representatives, succeasor anoperatingns elector and freeholder of the City of Port tion shall have been held. A copy of said effective upon the same being legally passed adopted by the City Commission of the City
an electric power plant and distribution St. Joe. Each person taking such oath shall franchise ordinance shall likewise be made and adopted by the City Commission of the of Port St. Joe on the 24th day of July,
system in the City of Porlant St oe, and now thereupon be registered by entering in said available at the office of the City Clerk for City of Port St. Joe, Florida. A. D. 1956, entitled -as follows:
desires to submit the question of the appro- restoration book the name of such person examination by any qualified voter for a Passed first reading this 12th day of ANO RDINANCE GRANTINGTO FLOR
val or rejection of said franchise ordinance together with address, age, color and other period of at least thirty days prior to the June, A. D., 1956. AN ORDINAN CE GRANTIN TO FLO-
to the qualified electors of the City of Port information appropriate for the purpose. holding of said election. Passed second reading this 12th day of IDA POWER CORPORATION, ITS LE-
St. Joe who are freeholders; now, therefore, Section 8. That all ballots provided by Section 5. That the polling place for said June, A. D., 1966. AL REPRESENTATIVES, SUCES
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF the Registration (ficer shall be alike, el- election shall be the City Hall in the City Passed third reading this 19th day ofl SORS AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT AND
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE: their printed or typewritten in plain type, of Port St. Joe, and that the following per- June, A. D., 1956.PRIVILE OF, AND FRANCHISE FOR
Section 1. That the action of the City in straight lines and on plain paper suffi- 'For Franchise'; and the voter desiring to J L. SHARIT CONSTRUCTING, MAINTAINING AND
Commission of the City of Port St. Joe in ciently thick that the printing or marking vote against said ordinance shall put a cross Mayor-Commissioner OPERATING IN THE CITY OF PORT
Commissand adopting ordinance granting thereon cannot e easily distinguished mark (X) after the words 'Against Fran- WESLEY R. RAMSEY ST. JOE, COUNTY OF GULF, AND
passto Florida Power Cnorpnoration, its legal ran p- from the back, and shall contain sufficient chise'." CLIFFORD THARPE STATE OF FLORIDA.
to ritatives succeorporation, its legal re information to enable the voter to know AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO FLOR- GORDON HALLMARK R. HENDERSON SEAL)t
right and privilege of, and ranchise for, con- upon what he, or she, is voting; may also IDA POWER ORPORATION ITS LE6 (SEAL) (ty lerkt
structngd maintaining and operating an contain sufficient instructions to the vbter GAL REPRESENTATIVES, SUCOES- Attest: te Jn
electric power plant and isb as to how to mark the ballot; and shall be SOS AND ASSIGNS THE RIGHT AND R. W. HENDERSON, Dated: June 1, 1956.
tem in the City of Port St. Joe, County of to the following effect: PRIVILEGE OF, AND FRANCHISE City Clerk -"
Gulf, State of Florida, be and it hereby is FOR, CONSTRUCTING, MAINTAINING STATE OF FLORIDA )
authorized, approved and coaffirmed; sub- --AND OPERATING AN ELECTRIC COUNTY OF GULF as. Farm Product Demand
eauthorieed, t approved a CITY OF PORT S. JOE, FLORIDA POWER PLANT AND DISTRIBUTION CITY OF PORT ST. JOE ) A very strong demand for most
echise ordinance y a majority of the votes SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION SYSTEM IN THE CITY OF PORT ST. I, R. W. Henderson, City Clerk of the
east by the isaaliflt eletors f the City of "This election is held for the purpose of JOE, COUNTY OF GULF, AND STATE City of Port St. Joe, Florida, do hereby farm products Is In prospect for
Port St. Joe who are freeholders, at a mu- determining whether the qualified electors OF FLORIDA. certify that the, above and foregoing ordin- 1951, according to U. S. department
nifipal election called fox such purpose as of the City of oPrt St. Joe who are free- For Franchise: ............ ance was duly and legally passed and adopt- agriculture estimates
provided by the charter of the City of Port holders shall approve the ordinance passed Against Franchise: ............ ed by the City Commission of the City of estimates.


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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


STATEMENT OF CONDITION

JUNE 30, 1956
Assets
Cash on Hand and in Banks ............................. $ 1,072,692.46
First Mortgage Loans ......................................-.... 11,733,561.37 Officers Directors
Other Loans .................................................... 555,398.92
Loans on Savings Accounts ........................ 90,115.21 J. Velm ee Mode L Stone
Investments and Securities .................................. 614,205.94 Sam E. Teague, Jr.
Office Building and Equipment Less Depreciation 51,878.48 Vice President Homer A. Brinkley
Deferred Charges and Other Assets .................. 11,063.48 FRobicertT.esrinkley
Bernard W. Shiell, Jr. D.1. Rainey
Total Assets ...............................................$14,128,915.86 alterA. eMilly
Assistant Sidney W. Mendelson
Vice-President
Liabilities Sidney W. Mendelson,
Labilites Dorothy B. Windsor J. Velma Keen
Savings Accounts .. j jAssistant Secretary
Savings Accounts ................... .........,............ $12,066,563.75 Anne L. Barron
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ............ 1,200,000.00AssistantcSecretary Robert T. Brinkley
Loans in Process .................................................. 300,430.00 Contro. le
Virginia F. Pankaskie Sam E. Teague, Jr.
Other Advances ........................................ 184,116.84 Assistant Controller
Deferred Income ......................................... 69,245.80 Assistant Treasurer Keen, O'Kelley & Spitz
Other Liabilities ................... .................... 22,391.48 Fraces General CounselHnes
Surplus and Reserves .......................................... 286,167.99

Total Liabilities ........... ..........................$14;128,915.86

We invite you to open a savings account where
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State News Briefs


H. P. Hood and iSons, Boston
dairy firm, has acquired the citrus
concentrating plant of Minute Maid
Corp. in Dunedin. The purchase of
,the plant by the Boston dairy rep-
resens is entry ito the citrus indus-
-Hollywood By The Sea
This resort city's summer recre-
ation program is expected to be
greatly increased this year. That
department's staff has just been
increased and includes a newly
appointed athletic supervisor.
Everyone -needs a retreat, even
in the most harmonious home. Call
it den, library, or office-at-home,
but make it inviting and service-
able at the same time. If there's
a fireplace, trim it with colorful,
heat-proof ceramic tile. Flooring of
quarry tile imparts warmth to a
room and makes it easier to keep,
too. Furnish'the den with a con-
vertible sofa and it can double
as a guess -bedroom.
row of polished glass, says June
Cabot, home arts consultant for
Libbey-Ownsa-Ford. For the most
effectivearrangement, Miss Cabot
says, be sure -the flowers them-
selves and their reflection can be
seen simultaneously by the viewer.
In this way, the mirrow "doubles"
the size of the bouquet and makes
one dozen blossoms do the decor-
ating job for vo.

U. S. farmers use nearly 7 mil-
Ion tons of finished steel a year,
around 300 million pounds of raw
rubber, over 17 billion gallons of
crude petroleum and 22 billion kilo-
wal hours of electricity.
W. 0. Baker, driver with Tamia-
mi Trail Tour bus company, re-
cently completed 20 years and 1,
188,477 miles of accident-free driv-
ing in Florida.
A nationwide Safe Driver League
program ito enroll millions of mot-
oriss in support of FPresident Ei-


sponsored by B. F. Goodrich Tire
and Equipment Company.
Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical
Company's latest round of expan-
sion cost $178 million. It increased
the company's basic capacity by
35 per cent.
In Florida's central and south-
west area the development of cy-
press swamps "into special areas
of recreation and beauty is illustra-
ted with Cypress Gardens 'at Win-
ter Haven, Caribbean Gardens at
Naples and the Big Cypress Swamp
In the Everglades.

The Southern Dolomite .Company
of Palmetto has announced an an-
nual 4-H Club Scholarship to the
University of Florida. All' Florida
4-H Club boys are eligible to ap-
ply.
This on your printing is a sign of quality.

COMFORTER

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REGULAR DINNERS -- SHORT ORDERS

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CORNER 4th and MONUMENT PORT ST. JOE


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CLEANED, FLUSHED


Phone BAII 7-9291


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STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED


Pate's Shell Service


CABINETS CORNICES
SCREEN DOORS WINDOWS
PANEL and LOUVER DOORS
MADE TO ORDER
Phone BAll 7-4054


GULF MANUFACTURING CO.


Call For Free Estimate No Obligation


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) 8:00 p.m.

Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
100% AIR CONDITIONED


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BUY ONE SUIT
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GET ANOTHER ONE OF X
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Pants Cuffed Free


BRAND NEW JUST ARRIVED!
Men's Wash and Wear No Iron
FALL FLANNEL PANTS
$9.99
ALL WOOL IMPORTED FLANNELS
$9.99
SUMMER WASH AND WEAR
Reg. $7.95 to $9.95
$4.99 to $6.99
ALL OTHER SUMMER and FALL
PANTS REDUCED TO CLEAR
Pants Cuffed Free
Men's Sport Coats


\ 'Reduced


LADY MANHATTAN, SACONY, JAY RAY
ORIGINALS
SHIRTS, SKIRTS, SHORTS,
and PEDAL PUSHERS

Reduced To Clear


Straw Hats.
From $1.00
Nationally Advertised Brands

Ladie's Shoes
NEW FALL STYLES
From $2.99
CLOSING OUT
HICKOK BELTS 99c
FOR MEN REG. $1.00
ESQUIRE EXPAND SOX 69c
GUARANTEED ONE YEAR
MEN'S STRETCH SOX 49c
WEMBLEY and MANHATTAN
TIES, Reg. $1.50 to $2.50 99c
ALL MEN'S
SWIM WEAR HALF PRICE
ENTIRE STOCK
BOY'S SHORT and LONG PANTS
REDUCED TO CLEAR
LADIES
BEACH ROBES $1.99

SHORTIE PAJAMAS $2.99
MEN'S
CHILDREN'
SANDALS priced from $1.00


MEN'S
LOAFER SLACKS


[AL B SUITS


ALL BOYS' SUITS
and SPORT COATS

Reduced


BOYS' DICKIE

DUNGAREES
FOR BACK TO SCHOOL
$1.99
Reg. $2.95
CHILDREN'S SHORTS and
Play Suits
$1.00 to $2.99
BOYS'

Stretch Sox 49c
Reg. 79c

Boy's Shirts
Short and Long Sleeves
$1.00
Reg. $1.49, to $2.98
MEN'S Reg. $4.50
Denim Slacks $3.39
GIRL'S Double Seat Reg. 79c and 98c
PANTIES now 69c
ALL ESQUIRE 2 PAIR FOR
Cotton Sox 2 pr. $1.00
LADIES' FALL Lady Manhattan Reg. $7.95
Corduroy Shirts $4.99
MEN'S FULL SIZE Outstanding Value
Handkerchiefs 8 for 79c


SAAM
FELT HATS


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MANHATTAN and
TRUVAL
Dress
SHIRTS
White and Colored


Reg. $2.95, $3.95 and $4.50
JARMAN arid NUNN BUSH
SHOES


For Men
$3.99


$14.95


Children's Summer Weatherbird

SHOES
REDUCED TO
CLEAR
Men's Short and Long
Sleeve
SPORT

SHIRTS

$1.49 to


These include many Fall
numbers


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WEST FLORIDA
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"HEADQUARTERS FOR
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APPLIANCES"


General Electric
REFRIGERATORS

General Electric
HOME FREEZERS

ADMIRAL
REFRIGERATORS

MAYTAG
WASHERS and DRYERS

General Electric
WASHERS and DRYERS


MAGIC CHEF
RANGES

TAPPAN
RANGES

BROWN
RANGES

TAPPAN
BUILT-IN RANGES

General Electric
ELECTRIC RANGES


PANEL RAY
HEATERS

DEARBORN
HEATERS

General Electric
AIR CONDITIONING
Residential and Commercial
HEDGES
Glass-Lined
WATER HEATERS


"QUALITY HAS NO
SUBSTITUTE"

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


NEWS FhOM
Highland View
By Mrs. Fannie Mae McMIllan'
PHONE 7-5053

STORK ,SHOWER
Members of the Highland View
Baptist WMU entertained Mrs. C.
C. Peterson at 3:00 p.m. at the
church. One game was played with
Mrs. L. F. Adams receiving the
prize, after which refreshments of
cake and Coca Colas were served
to Mesdames A. B. Rhames, Homer
Echols, Cora Lee Foster, Leo Ken-
nedy, C. A. Phelps, Pauline Christ-
mas, Lillie Richter, Fannie Mae
McMillan, L. F. Adams, Archie
Floyd, Marlene Holley and Mrs.
C. C. Peterson.
Those sending gifts but unable
to attend were Mrs. Clayton Coker,
Mrs. Curtis Griffin, Mrs. T. 0. Rich-
ards, Mrs. E. R. DuBose, Mrs. Sal-
ly Redd, Mrs. Stella Hewett and
Mrs. J. W. Wooten.
The honoree received many love-
ly gifts.


SHOP


-- FORMEN Semi Annual


A LARGE CROWD of Rotarians and Rotary Anus attend the annual Rotary Ladies' Night held
recently in the Social Room of the Methodist Church. Over 70 people were in attendance
at the banquet which marks the end of the local club's fiscal year and ushers the new officers
into their positions. (4 photo)
STVisitors From Kentucky
New Scout Troop Begins Work On Sgt. George L. Cooper and wife
SI I and two daughters Jo Elyn and Ste-
Mouldilng Members Into, OrgiIzation phanie of Fort Knox, Ky., left Mon-
day for their home after spending
tA w a~rQ irp wit Ci Vn Pr' z


The newly organized Scout Troop "Our Flag"; Flag quiz; Games;
313 met at the Methodist Church Review of Scout Law, Oath and f
last Monday night at 7:30. The eve- Motto. Explain. Explanation of C
ning was started off with the troop what is in store and what is re-
enjoying several games of table quired in Scouting,; Explain Tender-
tennis. This was followed by an in- foot requirements and study toge-
troduction to Scouting by the As- other; Scout benediction.
sistant Scoutmaster, George Wim- As can be seen by the programs,
berly, Jr. the earlier meetings of the newly
Scoutmaster, Marion Parker, ex- organized troop are being devoted
plained the requirements for becom- to giving the new Scouts a funda-
ing a tenderfoot to the troop, mental and basic understanding of
A study of Scout Spirit and Citi- what Scouting is and what Scout-
zenship was given by scout. Wayne ing stands for. As, soon as the
Childers. troop has a good concept of what
The Scoutmaster explained the Scouting should do for them, the
meaning of the Scout oath. programs will include such htings
The Scoutmaster and assistant as wood lore, rope use, outdoor
scoutmaster then led a study, of cooking, camping, hiking, wood
the Scout Laws. The Troop learned craft, scout craft, etc.
the Scout sign, scout handshake. Wonderful programs are being
scout salute, scout slogan, and how planned by the Scoutmaster and his
to use the scout handbook, assistant. New boys are still invit
A discussion was then held on ed to join the-new troop who are
plans for a scouting expedition to between 1 land 14 years of age and
Black Island, to the beaches and who are not members of any otier
hikes, troop. For the time being, the new
The Troop was dismissed with troop will continue to meet at the
the Scout benediction. First Methodist Church every Men-
Program for next Monday, July day night at 7:30 p.m.
23 at the Methodist Church has -----
been planend as follows: Introduc- Stationed At Ft. Jackson
tion of new Scout applicants; Each Benny Roberts, son of Mr. and
Scout relate on paper a rough Mrs. Floyd Roberts of Hunter Cir-
sketch of the route he took from cle is currently stationed at Fort
his home to the meeting; The Jackson, S. C., for eight weeks ba-
Scoutmaster recites the selection sic training.


WMDNESPAY, JULY 18, 1956


Brand Name


Clearance


Entire Stock Summer Sportswear Reduced


SAVE
2SS 0* IE)


Miss Margaret Haddock of Chip-
ley is visiting her cousin Miss Mar-
tha Raye.
Charles Lewis of Chipley is vis-
iting his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Kelley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Whittington
are announcing the marriage of
their daughter Dorothy Ard to
James Harold Dorman of Panama
City, July 7 in Lucedale, *Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Douglas of
Eloise and Mrs. Pearl Douglas of 'FIRST
Vernon visited Mr. and Mrs. Arvil
Douglas and family this week end.
James R. Wathen, Jr., and farn- Sui
ily of Freeport, Texas visited Clin-
ton Cox and family Wednesday of
last week enroute to Carrabelli. Sport
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Little and
children has returned from their
vacation trip to Andalusia, Ala SALE
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hersey and
son James have moved to their new THURSDA
home at White City.
Mrs. Chessie Morris of 'Sopchoppy
spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs
Clinton Cox and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Story and


*k No so called "SPECIAL PURCHASES"
* Every Item FIRST QUALITY. MARKED DOWN From Stock
* Every Item NATIONALLY ADVERTISED at regular price.
* Every Item has its Own FAMOUS LABEL.
*EARLY SHOPPERS can Choose from LARGEST SELECTION in town


TO


3%,

ON

QUALITY


miner


is. Wear

STARTS


FAMOUS NAME

SPORT SHIRTS
4( Short sleeves
4 Many styles, colors, patterns
SAVE -


SALE
$1.99
$2.99
$3.99
-$4.49


regular
$2.95
$3.95
$5.00
$5.95


FAMOUS NAME
SHOES
-< Two-tones, whites, ventilated
styles.
$9.95 --- 7.49


Y, 8:30 a.m. $13.95 ;10.99


Hot Savings


FAMOUS NAME

SWIM WEAR
-X Boxers, semi-belts, side zips,
reversibles.
a< Solids, Plaids, Checks, Stripes
Fancies.
SAVE -


regular
$2.95
$3.95
$5.00
$5.95


SALE
-$1.99
$2.99
$3.99
$4.49


FAMOUS NAME
PLAY SHORTS
SAVE -
regular SALE
$3.95 $2.99
$5.95 $4.49


On Cool


Summer


family spent the week end in Jack-
sonville visiting Mr. and- Mrs. A.
S. Coxwell.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hall of
SCharleston, S. C., spent several
days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Christmas. Mrs. Hall is
IMvrs. Christuias' neice.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster visit-


FAMOUS NAME

SLACKS
SMiracle DADORON blended
with wool, rayon or cotton.
$5.95 $4.49
$8.95 $6.99
$9.95 $7.99
$10.95 $7.99
$11.95 $8.99
$15.95 $11.99
FAMOUS NAME

Shortie Pajamas
SAVE -
Fabulous Campobelt
regular SALE
$3.95 $2.99


FAMOUS NAME
Imported Italian Milan
STRAW HATS
SAVE -
regular SALE
$4.95 $3;99,
$7.50 $4.99
$9.95 $7.49

FAMOUS NAME

SUITS
4< Miracle dacron blended with
tropical wool or rayon.
$39.95 $29,99
$45.00 $34.99
FAMOUS NAME

SPORT COATS
SAVE -
regular SALE
$22.50 $1799
$25.00 $19.99
$29.95 $22.99


Sports Wear !


Mrs. T. D. Swords and family : Mrs. Houston Davis of Albany,
and Mrs. Mollie Brooner of Ash- Ga., is, visiting Mr. and Mrs..Char-
ford, Ala., spent last week with les Davis and family.
Mrs. Kate Swords. Mrs. T. D.
S To Visit In Georgia
Swords came .Saturday and his famn- I
ily returned home with him Mon- Mrs. George Cooper will leave
day. 'Saturday for Whigham, Ga., to be
MI.i.. and Mrs.-,IL Davidt.sn had .with her mother, Mrs. J. E. Coker
as week end guest, Mr. nad 'Mrs. who is ill. Mrs. Cooper is"4 years


ed friends and relatives in Bonitay Burdeshaw and daughters of Eglin
this week end. Air Force Base.



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of years of age and has been ill
for several weeks.


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Uwo weeks. here wiLth ir. ooper suu
ather, Geo(rge Cooper and Mrs.
cooper, and with Mr. and' Mrs.
Clyde Gentry.
Send The Star to a friend


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WALL ELECTRIC
COMPANY
FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
DIAL BA 7-4331


If you can afford a new
car you can afford a
NEW BUICK
SEE
J C 'Chris' Martin
For a real deal on a new
Buick
PHONE 7-2901


'.pap~Kr2;:


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WIUtE WULU riHu ui

Chevy beats own Pikes Peak record .. and tops all rivals
S including cars in every price range!


Last fall, Chevrolet broke the
Pikes Peak record in history-
making pre-production test


Chevrolet takes first, second and four of the top six places!
Beats its own stock car record by a full minute and 16 seconds!
Running against the hottest competition in the land,
Chevrolet won the Pikes Peak climb.
This is unquestionable proof of Chevrolet's supreme
roadability-the accuracy of Ball-Race steering, the
solidity of outrigger rear springs, the traction of
balanced weight distribution.
There is no greater test of a car's road safety
qualities than the Pikes Peak climb. Try it yourself,
in the car that's won the "crown" twice in a row!


Only franchised Chevrolet dealers display thAsfamous trademark


HUTCHINS-THURSSAY CHEV. CO., Inc.


Port St. Joe, Florida


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PONTIAC SETS NEW


... which leaves nothing a
te guesswork. Every reg. -
Iatered Rexall pharma.-- -
cist is a master of this
science of drugs and
medicines. Maintained for your
benefit in his prescription depart-
ment Is a multitude of health-induc-
ing pharmaceuticals ready to dis-
pense at a moment's notice upon
the order of your physician.





Laek for this sign
For Dependable Prescr,..f.: Service

Buzzett's Drug Store
PHONE 7-1I371

CLASSIFIED ADS
PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL WORK
Telephone BAll 7-3886. 1312 Palm
Blvd. Cecil Parrish. 4tp
1,ARN WHILE YOU LEARN with
Full-time Pay and Part-time
Work. $50.00 or more per week part
time.: Sell nationally known Tupper-
ware on the home party plan. Deal-
ers needed in this area. Call or
write EWKonomy Sales, Parcel Post
Sta. Box 2501, Tallahassee, Fla.,
84210 or 243687. j
FOUND DRIaFTING. Plywood boat ;
near Lake Wimico on July 4. Can
be seen at C. F. Hardy at White '
City. 3tp7-19
HOUSE FO;R SALE: Modern 2-


-WORLD MARK!


AVERAGES 118.37 M.P.H. FOR 24 HOURS AT

BONNEVILLE SALT FLATSI WITH SPEED KING AND

SAFETY EXPERT AB JENKINS AT THE WHEEL, A

STOCK-MODEL PONTIAC PACED OFF UNPRECEDENTED

2,841 MILES IN JUST 24 HOURS, SETTING NEW MARK

AT AVERAGE OF 118.37 M.P.H. AND AGAIN PROVING

PONTIAC TODAY'S LEADER IN PERFORMANCE,

ENDURANCE, SAFETY!
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY


COME IN AND DRIVE AMERICA'S

NEW PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMY CHAMPI


WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY


PHONE 7-3411


ON PRICf? ON TAVELV(FN P

-Firestone Champion General Electric
economy Priced Tires ALL-PURPOSE
ELECTRIC MIXER


201 MONUMENT AVE.


i-K lR iat a
?JVCK wbarga in

S Head is removable for use e
P a portable. 12 speeds. Pyrex,
Plu W, 0. b ,owl induded. Beaters designed
fecoppoble tire to prevent splashing.
1BUY ON BUDGET TERMS


bedroom. Large lot, Bay front.
Tile bath. Oak floor, Phone 7-4841 Masonic Lodge Friday and Satur-
or see Mrs .Sanders Chitty, 1007 day, July 20 and 21. All A and TV ANTENNAS installed, clean-99
Monument Ave. 4tc-7-19 Fellowcraft and Master Masons are ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9931.
Monument Ave. 4tc-7-19 invited. Bill Bowen. ttcG-14
FOR SALE: 25-ft. semi-cabin cruis- J. B. GIFBFWII, WM. OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
er. New Gray marine engine. &2 RANK LIN OHANiDLER, Sec. service, call BIL'S PLUMBING.
hp. Call 7-77.1 or see Bob Buchert. tHERE WILL BE a regular comrn- Phone 7-7846. Outboard motors ree
FOR SALE: ,16 hp. outboard motor munication of Port St. Joe Lodge paired, also.
with five gallon tank. Excellent No. .11, F&AM every second and Keys Made While You Wail
shape. Call Duke 7-4001. fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m. EACH
WANT TO RENT: Garage or large All Master Masons cordially invited. 35cEACH
WANTP TO RENT: u Garage or large J. B GRIF---H W M. BI6YCLE PARTft
room to store four rooms of fur- J B. GRIFFITH, W. M. BICYCLE PARTS
niture. Must not leak. Call Duka, F. W. OHANDLR, Sec. WESTERN AUTO
BAll 7-4001. USED PAN-- Reel Parts and Repairs
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. from $25.00 '"ADE US that useless article for
ISee Mrs. Paul Farmer at Oak MELODY MUSIC MART something useful. STOP and
Grove. tc 137 Harrison Ave. 'WAP. "
Panama City. Florida
FOR SALE: Nice 2-bedroom house PIANO TUNING and REPAIR 'E. TOM PRIDGEON
on Palm Blvd. MELODY MUSIC MART Real Estate & Insurance
FRANK HANNON 137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 54711 BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
Registered Real Estate Broker Panama City, Florida
Phone 7-3491 PIANO TUNING and REPAIR KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
Special discounts to FRIGERATION SERVICE. LI-
HELP WANTED: Large Southe-n Churches and Civic Groups ensed electrical contractor. All
company expanding in Port St. All Work Guaranteed kinds electric and refrigeration
Joe and Gulf County. Positions open OHARLES A. SCURLOCK service and installation. Phone
for two live-wire representatives. Ph. 7-4091 509 10th St. .-3032. tfc
Salary and commission while ,Ain
training. P. 0. Box 1201, Panama SPECIAL SERVICES F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
Sty. i^tp-E LETCIng money see us for anything
SELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work you need in your home. STOP and
SPECIAL NOTICE: There will be guaranteed. Quick dependable SWAP SHOP.
a school of instruction at the service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave W LI V. ROWAN POST 116,
_- THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet
Ing first and third Monday nights
HALLMARK'S KEEPING AHEAD .N. G. C. W. L, V.G.


Bringing you new merchandise with up to the min-
ute styling. Be first in style. Oome in today and
make your selection for fall and use our convenient
Lay-A-Way plan. We are listing only a few of
the many exclusive lins found at HALLMARK'S.
While shopping at HALLMARK'S this week end


Introducing Gordon Peter's

BLOUSES
Nationally advertised. Ideal for
those who care to look their best,
at school, or away, or uptown. .
Many beautiful patterns for you to

$2.98 f
select from. Sizes 30 to 40


SEE OUR
Kabro of Houston and Marta
HALLMARK'S.


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R. A. Mt-.Reui r convocation of
S.t. Ja-sewh Oh wter No. EPA. q. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vial*'
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.


ALCOHOLISM, recognized by the
American Medical Association as
a disease, is no respector of ptr-
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 (!e-
siring the services of this g-roip
may contact P. 0. Box 241 or < dl
BAll 7-3646.


I am your BUICK salesman-
a sales representative for the
Nelson Buick Co., 35 years as
an authorized BUICK dealer in


LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE P Iy. a I
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 Panama City. (adv.)
Fourth St., meeting night every other +
Monday. This i* on your printing Il a sign of quality.
Report of 'Condition of
FLORIDA BANK AT PORT ST. JOE
of Port St. Joe in the State of Florida
at the close of business on une 30, 1956
ASSETS
1. iCash, balances with othe rbanks, including reserve
balances, and cash items in process of collection .-.....--$. 803,231.39
2. United iStates Government obligations, direct and
guaranteed 1,465,082.85
.3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions --.....------.... 170,280.3.1
4. fLoans and discounts (including '$9.43 overdrafts) ........ 645,370.72
'5. Bank premises owned, furniture and fixtures $19,1901.5 5 19,901.55
6. 'Other assets 8,847.65


7. TOTAL ASSETS'


D's exclusive at


KABRO of Houston makes it easy to go from office
to date with a midsummer magic dress. The brief
little jacketcovered up demurely, but when you
want a fascinating dress-up look you wear the
frock alone. The fabric: Bates smooth silky
disciplined cotton trimmed with lace.
Navy, brown. Sizes 11 to 13.
Perfect for now and the Season Ahead


First arrival of our fall line in cas-
ual. sportswear and heels, in

Fortunet Shoes
All sizes, including triple A, dou-
ble A and B widths.

$7.95 up
You'll love the feel of a Fortunet
Shoe from HAJLLMARK'I.


Fall Cotton Dresses

Special $4.98 up


A VE ON SPORTING GOOEPe


3 TENNIS BALLS FREE ,
with
SPALDING RACKE


Outboard Motors
with exclusive Firestone water
speedometer on 5, 10 and 16
H. P. models.
Reg. $115.00 995
3.6 H.P. -


.-.--. / $215.00 5H.P... ......184.95*
aminhawd mtpe
constucaio $320.00 10 H.P. ........ 269.95*
MlMudh-a ylo $362.00 16 H.P. .......311.95.
SPerforated $470.00 30 H.P. 419.95*
ether ari Bo *ond your old operating motor 3

OUTTPOOR 9ARkA/N ,41 Y


4
j n Lawn Sprinklers
A m OAM F* _


^. *, -L2W 400 sq. tt. coverage
e Even water distribution
Perma-sealed motor,
just set it and forget it
Reg.
SEyT$9.95


Easy Terms


'~fK. GardenHose






Durable Firestone plastic
Complete with couplings
oGuaranteed 24 months
Reg-. i
,.. .. ,'*-- *-


Grass Shears





* Tempered steel blades
* Hardened metal parts
* Comfy-grip handle


Reg.
$1.49


791


G-E PORTAI-Yc
MU~RKC NIL"L


down a week
Very handy. Carry from table
to stove. White, blue, icn or
yellow. Hangs on watl out-of-
use.


3,112,7114.47


L I AB I L I T I ES
8. 'Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
corporations .2,061,409.69
,9. ITime deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
corporations 300,261.80
10. 'Deposits of United 'States Government (including postal
savings) 237,287.97
11. (Deposits of States and political subdivisions ..--...... 237,924.56
12. iOther deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) .---.... 2,676.18
13. TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,@39,560.20
14. 'Other liabilities 18,220.47
15. TOTAL LIABILITIES 2,857,780.67
C A PI T.A L ACCOUNTS
16. Capital* 100,000.00
17. Surplus 75,000.00
18..-Undivided profits 20,900.36
19. !Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 5.9,033.44
20. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 254,933.80
21. TOTAL L'A'BILlIIES AND CAlPITAL AMOUNTS -........ 3,112,714.47
*This bank's capital consists of
Common stock with total par value of ..-- $100,000.00
MEMORANDA
22. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for
other purposes 615,000.00
I, :S. L. Barke, President, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true, and that it fully and correctly repre-
sents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set
forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Correct-Attest: &. L. BARKE
J. L. SHiART
ROBERT BEjLOWS
HARRY H. SAUNIDERS
Directors
State of Florida, County of Gulf, as:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of July, 1956,
and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this
bank.
VERNA M. SMITH, Notary Public
My commission expires April 18, 1958


UnVes! l fit or atll cars. Full 65" long, 16%" wide. Protects or!-
lasl lug or mat from wear and dirt. Available in blue, green,
wine or black to enhance car beauty. Easily installed or removed
SW dien -- _- --


PICNIC JUGS
SALE
PRCED
Reg. $4.98




* Convenient spigot
Aluminum liner
Unbreakable
construction


ELECTRIC FANS


* Four 8" blades 99
* Adjustable head "4 Up
* Heavy wire guo d


SLOWEST PRICES-iOWESTTERMS
L EST BUYS IN TOWN


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T' i VAR, PORT 8T. 402, )b, *UiLC t COUNTY,- FORMA1D


GUARANTEED
USED
SPARE TIRES
Al
popular
sizes, types
Sand makes
$5.00 to
$15.00
values

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