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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: August 2, 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. JO4
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progrestive
Weekly Newpaper


THE STAR


THE 4 STAR
Published In Port St. Jog
But Devoted To the Con-
tinued Development of
Gulf County
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,'ott St. Joe- The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XIX JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1956 SIngle Copy a. NUMBER 49


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WES'LEY R. RAMSEY

We took a week end vacation last
week. Took off from work Wednes-
day night at 12:30 and didn't come
back until noon Monday.
The retired "Colonel" Bill Smith
came down Thursday and set the
type for our Chattahoochee paper
thus relieving us of that chore--
all for a slight stipend.
We went up to -the wife's folks
and dumped part of the kids with
them after leaving part with my
folks here in town. Saturday, we
went to Atlanta and visited some
friends up there and ate some of
the best barbecued chicken we ever
sank a tooth into.
We brought back a barbecue
sauce recipe and orders from the
war department to construct a bar-
becue pit in the back yard.
We got out of that by the very
fact that we had no fire brick.

Do you think you know the rules
0 of the road?
Have you read the dr over's hand-
book lately? It is published by the
State of Florida and is kept right
up to date.
In fact, they have printed one
and the latest issue of the hand-
book, since Dick Tacay got into
'his latest episode w'tb Flattop's
boy. We know it's true because
Tight on page 38 in black and white
it says, and we quote "It shall .!e
unlawful to operate a motor vehi-
cle on the highway% of Florida
containing a television set in view
if the driver of said ve itcle'.
Our hats are off to an organiza-
tion with as much to do as they
have, to stay so up to date.

There's a' woman over in Panama
City that has troubles.
She runs a .gift shop on Harris )n
Avenue. This woman had a tanme
mocking bird that flew out of her
shop and across the street and lit d
on the shoulder of a man parked
at a servicee station. The man got
1i the car with the bird, and drove.
oft.
The woman questioned the ser- (
vice station attendant as to the n
man's, identity and was told that a
the man was from Port St. Joe but c
the name was unknown. f
So if you -were getting gas in
Panama City and happened to have
'a mocking bird light on your shoul-
der (and I don't suppose this hap- n
opened to more than. one person), s
the woman would like to have it n
back and you can find her address s
in the classified ads. a


According to the almanac, Dog
Days are here.
oethat Timeean "not fit for do s" b


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PORT ST. JOE'S Little Boy's League All-Stars line up to get their beauty struck before going
to the tournament in Pensacola. They are, frone row, left to right, Sonny Eells, Ronnie
Tharpe, Buddy Thursbay, Johnny Ray, Chesley Fensom. Center row, Buck Walters, Mgr.,
David Nance, Rodney Spaulding, Clifford Tharpe, Curtis Hammond, Nelson Hall and Coy
Williams, Mgr. Back row, Blaine Tharpe, Joe Whaley, George Boyer, Jimmy Wilder and
Bob McLendon. (( photo)


Little League All-Stars Leave


By Bus For State Tournament



Meet Pensacola Tomorrow In First Adult Institute


Began Classes On

Monday, July 30


iPort St. Joe's Little Boy's League and struck out 10. Hall gave up
All4Stars boarded their bus yester- four and struck out one before giv-
day morning at 10:00 a.m. to go to ing way to Joe Whaley in the sec-
Pensacola to participate In the ond inning. Joe Whaley gave up
State Little Boy's Leagaue torna- .. .
t i-three hits and struck out four
ment.
-The All-Stars will meet P40sa while going the remainder of the
cola in their first game this .lo'r- game.
noon at 5:00 p.m. for the first ol The All Stars played Tallahas-
a best two out of three elimination see here Saturday afternoon and
contest. If the St. Joe nine can de- lost the game by the close score

*eat Pensacola for the series they of 7-6. Wooten was the winning
will be state champions in the 'pitcher and Jimmy Wilder the loser.
Little Boys League. Wooten gave up 10 hits and struck
The winner of the state tourna- out six. Wilder gave up eight hits
ment at Pensacola will go to Alex- 'and struck out six. Leading hitters
indria, La., for the Dixie Toarna. for Tallahassee was McDonell and
meant with teams from seven other Willis with two each and Brooks
states competing. This will a!so be getting a grand slam home run to
double elimination tournament, put the game on ice. Jimmy Wil.
Exhibition Games der and Buddy Thurabay were the
,The 'St. Joe Little Boys' League leading hitters for St. Joe. Wilder
All Stars faced their first curve got three safeties and Tiiursbay
ball pitching Thursday when they two.


or "fit for dogs only".,We wouldn't met the Panama City team in an
even wish this sultry heat on the exhibition. The surprise of the
dogs, curve ball and the more experi-
But at least we are getting rain enced players from Bay County de-
and some reports from up in the feated the local team 10-0. Sullivan
state the two year drought is was the winning pitcher for Pana-
broken and the lakes ar d filling ma City and Nelson Hall the losing
up again. We know those farmers pitcher Sullivan gave up six hits
are proud of that.
Hinote Tells Kiwanis


Hospital Auxiliary

Needs Clothing,

By MRS., WAYNE HENDRIX
Hospital Auxiliary President
All women in Port .St. Joe do
not have time to work with the
Hospital Auxiliary actively, yet
certainly all can help by contribut-
ing wearing apparel to the rum-
mage sale. The stock is unusually
low, and the need is desperate for
supplying entire families with nec-
essary clothing at prices they can
afford. Many families depend on
our merchandise in order to clothe
their children for school. Regular
customers come from other towns,
and beg for clothing. I -
- The public is cordially invited to
visit the Rummage Sale any Satur-
day and the acute need can be
seen.. All money made is used to
,purchase necessary items for the
comforts of patients at the Muni-
cipal Hospital.
ISmall and medium size paper
bags are needed. Please save them
for the sale.- Bring them by the
sale on Saturday from 2:00 until
5:00 p.m. or any Auxiliary mem-
ber would be glad to call for them.
The Auxiliary wishes to thank
Costin's for contributing merchan-
dise and price tags.


Of Citrus Packing

Terry Hinote addressed the Ki-
wanis Club at their regular meet-
ing yesterday at noon on the part
corrugated boxes played in the Flor-
ida citrus industry.
The talk by Hinote added to in-
formation gathered by the club
last Wednesday when they made a
tour of the box plant.
Hinote told the club that the St.
Joe Paper Company was a pioneer
in the corrugated citrus box indus-
try. He said that the local concern
made about 4 million citrus boxes
during the past citrus season to
furnish 15 per cent of the corrugat-
ed citrus containers used by the
industry.
In answering questions about the
'box business Hinote compared the
corrugated citrus box with the ve-
neer box. He said that the veneer
people were unable to keep up with
the expanding demand of citrus box-
es, thus prompting the paper in-
-dustry to get into the business. Hi-
note said that the veneer boxes
were a little cheaper than the c.n-
augated counterpart but the color
bi'nd name advertising that cou d
be printed on the sides of the cor-
rugated boxes and advances in
making the box more rigli had
played an Important part in their
boom of orders.


Fla. Hunters Get

Longer Dove Season

TAILAHASSBE Florida hunt-
ers have been granted longer sea-
sons on mourning doves and marsh
hens this year, with an additional
10 half-day for dove hunting and 10
full days for marsh-hen hunters, ac-
cording to A. D. Aldrich, director,
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-


Chamber Nods

Approval Of

New Division

In a meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Chamber of Com-
n:erce Tuesday night at the. City
Hal,. Garland Lawrence and Jesse
S one presented a censti'utiin and
by laws to the directors for their
approval. Lawrence and Stone are
spearheading the formation of the
M'r'r:,ants' Division of the Cham-
bec of Commerce.
The Board of Directors accepted
the" document as presented but
made a change in the clause stat-
ing.el:gibility for the Divisi..'i. The
proposed set of by-laws listed as
eligible members, "any business
person, other than professional
men". The -Board of Directors
made the change to read, "any busi-
ness offering a product for sale
at retail".
This week end balloting for the
steering committee for the Mer-
chants Division will be conducted.
Three merchants will act as a can-
vassing board to count the ballots.
A general meeting of the Division
will be held at an announced time
next week to confirm the election.
Earl Tom Pridgeon appeared be-
fore the Directors to ask their aid
in securing sewer services for a
proposed housing project. The
Directors agreed to look into the
project to see what they could do.


Natural Gas Line

Gets Favorable

Talk In Capitol

WASHINGTON (FNS) Dou-
ble-barreled assurance of natural
gas for Florida, the nation's fastest
growing market now unserved was


A permit to construct a new
standard radio broadcast station
to serve the Port St. Joe--Apalachl-
cola area of West Florida has been
authorized.
Announcement of the authoriza-


Saints Will Wind

Up Season This

Week At Home


tion was made this week by Wilbur
R. Powell, President of the Vaca-
tionland Broadcasting Company,
Inc,. of Fort Walton Beach.
Powell said that construction of
the station and installation of equip-
ment would start within 30 days.
Equipment has already been pur
chased and shipments will begin as
quickly as individual items can be
completed by the manufacturers.
tStudios and transmitting equip-
ment will be located in an attrac-
tive and modern building to be
erected in the city of Ward Ridlge-


The St. Joe Saints will play We- one of the youngest-and certainly
wahitchka for the last time at the smallest incorporated munici-
home in the regular Gulf Coast palities in the state.
League season Sunday, August 5 The site selected is on the Oak
at 4 p.m. There is always a little Grove Road adjoining the, south
more action on hand when these city limits of Port St. Joe. .,
two teams meet than usually is Commenting on receipt of the
seen at a ball game. permit to construct the, station,
The Wewa Gators take pride in Powell predicted a bright future
defeating St. Joe in any kind of for the St. Joe-Apalachlcola are .
sport. 1916 has been a bad year for ,We are confident that this area
Wewa. They have been on the short will soon become one of Florida's
end of the baseball scores this year. outstanding industrial and report
The Saints have .been putting a centers. The potential of this area,
licking on Wewahitchka and Pan- is unlimited and every facility at
ama City this year in regular fash- the command of the radio station
ion. Wewahitchka's manager says will be used to further its contain ,
there will be a change made Sun- nd v raia.,r1an a, .:


day afternoon, ment," the station operator said..
The Saints have a game with ______
Apalachicola next week but the
date hasn't- been set yet. This Tim Elder Graduates
game with Apalachicola will be the With BA D
last regular home game of the sea- With BA egree
son. The rain n 1neel ldthA rl- 1.1 I -


The Gulf County Adult Institute given the Federal Power Commis- s ra '6,ui
began classes on Monday, July 30. sion this week. Apalachicola game that was to be
Any resident bf Gulf County who First came .th supply issue, held July .1,
is interested in continuing his edu- prime question before FPC since Games Payed This Week
cation (whether it be to complete natural gas producers have shunned PanJoe amby a scity aore of -5. The Saints
his high school program, to take a many markets beyond state boun- traveled to Apalahicola two times
course in business education or to dairies after federal price regula- and both t imes came home on time
take a refresher course in algebra) tion was imposed. On this, the only and both tim came home on the
may register at any time at the applicants now ready to submit wrong end. Friday night's game
Port 'St. Joe Elementary School. their case to federal decision out- day's game lost 9'5. W. J. Herring
Courses will be offered in any lined reserves for 20 years totaling collected a large t-bone steak from
area where there is a desire by the one trillion, 800 million cubic feet, Henley's Cafe for getting a home
people of this county. All general to be delivered at an initial rate run in Apalachicola Sunday after-
education subjects will be offered averaging above 250 million cubic runoon. Cliff Harper aicoa Sund Waring
so that 'any person who wishes to feet a day. Murdock have been filling the
obtain a high school adult diploma Next came scores of witnesses catchers position this past week
may do so. Courses-will be taught from state, municipal and industrial hl so a
in business education. Any person positions, backing the demand forwhile Scott, Hamm and Bishop
who would like to take typing, this fuel, which has grown from have been doing the pitching.
bookkeeping, shorthand, filing or- unranked position to sixth largest
any other course in this field may industry in the nation as interstate Meeting Scheduled F
do so. pipelines reached across thousands M ei c ul
An enrollment fee of three dol- of miles in all directions in the last G f o t
lars will be required and all adults decade. For0 Gul COUnty
participating in the adult program, Current hearings are on the ap-
either credit or non-credit courses, plications of the Houston Texas There will be a meeting held on
will supply their own text-books, Gas and Oil Corp. and Coastal The bank of the Dead Lakes at the
work books and other supplies inci- Transmission Co., for a $145,000,000 the bank of the Dead Lakes at the
dental to the course. If any repre- development, with 1,500 miles of Dead Lakes Fish Camp, located
sentative group in this county main pipeline from Texas to Cutler, about five miles north of Wewa-
should want a course in public south of Miami, and 640 miles cf hitchka on August 4, for the people
speaking, music, art, blueprint read- laterals in Florida. It would be the interested in. working for better
ing, woodwork or any other course, first extension of this fuel supply public hunting and fishing areas in


you can acquire it through this to the state beyond a small area
program, in northwest Florida and would
This program is a part of the reg- give residents, commercial estab-
ular school program set up under lishments and industries of the


Gulf County, to vote to approve, or
reject, a set of contemplated by-
laws to be submitted by the com-
mitted selected at the last meet-


mission, the minimum foundation program state the benefits of competition ing for formulating the by-laws.
Season for hunting woodcock re- just as public schools are. It is of- with what is in most cases a single The afternoon will be devoted to
mains at the previous 40 consecu- fered to the adults of this commun- source of supply, fishing and boat riding. The busi-
tive days. ity and can become a vital supple- The system will have a designed ness meeting will begin at 7:00
Florida's dove hunting will con- ment to community activities. Busi- capacity of 360 million cubic feet p.m. central standard time. After
sist of two periods totaling 55 ness courses are set up for Monday a day when fully powered. F. E. the by-laws are approved, those
half-days of hunting from 12 noon and Wednesday of each week from Stanley, president and chairman of who desire to belong to the club,
until sunset. The early dove hunt 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. General education the board of the Houston corpora- will be given a chance to be signed
will consist of 19 half-days from courses are set up for Tuesday and tion which would build the major for membership in the club at $2.00
Oct. 13 through Oct. 31. The second Thursday of each week from 6:00 part of the line in conjunction with per year. Then the members will
period will consist of 36 half-days to 10:00 p.m. Coastal, estimated that once the elect the club officers and (irec-
from Dec. 1 through Jan. 5. Daily This is your program in your system reaches 350 million cubic tors. After the business meeting a
bag and possession limit remains community. If you are interested in meet a day savings to Floridians fresh water fish dinner will be ser-
at eight. any part" of it or if you have any would exceed $10,000,000 a year. ved to the members of the new
The dove season was set in two questions about it, call H. E. Rich- Testimony of Floridians as to the club.
periods to conform to. the bird's ards at the Elementary School. demand and promised savings on It is the desire of the Rod and
migratory patterns and concentra- -- fuel continued to mount as scores Gun Club Boosters to have a lodge
tration points in Florida, Aldrich LiL C of officials added to the record be- site selected soon as possible on
said, allowing hunters the maxi- onS uClb Sponsoring fore FPC. the bank of a stream at the mos'
mum practical hunting opportuni- City-Wide Broom Sale R. B. Fuller, Jr., executive secre- convenient location for all. It i%
ties. City ie Broom Sal eVary of the Florida Industrial De- also desired by the club boosters
Dove hunting will be allowed ---velopment Commission, which has that they have at the earliest date
during both early and late seasons, The Port St. Joe Lions Club will indorsed Houston's application, is possible a lmniporary club house on
Oct. 13 through 31 and Dec. 1 thra be calling on the people of Port to testify, as is P. M. Schuchart, di- this site for club meetings. The
Jan 5, in the Second, Third and St. Joe Tuesday afternoon, August rector of the public utilities depart- long range plan is to have the site
Fourth Conservation Districts, ex- 7 for the purpose of selling brooms meant of the Florida Railroad Corn- with a good club building, target
cept Collier County and in Hills- made by the blind. I mission. Another is Harold Colee,, range for both shot guns and rifles,
borough and Pinellas Counties of The proceeds of this sale will, vice president and general manager recreation grounds and paved boat
the First District. be used toward the purchase of of the Florida State Chamber of landing with docks.
,Seasons for other migratory birds the scoreboard for the football Commerce, backed up by the reso- After the grounds and building
- ducks, geese coot, snipe will field. lutions of numerous local cham- have been completed, the club
be set at a later date when an- All purchases will be appreciated, bers of commerce throughout. the boosters desire to have a training
nounced by the U. S. Fish and-- state. Harold A. Martin of the Jack- program established in the summer
Wildlife Service, Aldrich said. S Star Want Ads Get Results (Continued on page 8) months for school boys to be train-


GAINESVilLJE Approximate'y
j506 candidates have applied for de-
!grees froWm the university of Flor-
ida during summer commencement,
exercises August 11.
The exercises are scheduled for
the Florida Gymnasium at '8 p.m.
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, president of
the University, will preside. Com-
mencement speaker will be Morti-.
mer Graves, President of the
American Council of Learned So-
cieties.
Among the graduating class- is
Monroe Timothy Elder, who will
receive his BA degree. He Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Elder
of this city.


or Further Planning

Rod and Gun Club

ed in the care of fishing and hunt-
ing equipment. Through the coop-
eration of Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission and the
boys can be taught many things
about clean Sportsmanship, and
the reasons for fish and game laws,
also can be taught reasons for
game management.
If you are interested in your
boy's life in hunting and fishing;
attend the meeting and join.

Fowhand's Having

Unique Sale Friday

Fowhand Furniture Company is
having a unique "after supper"
sale this week in an effort to clear
out old merchandise to make way
for new.
Manager Joe Christian said they
were going to offer a unique sale
time to the citizens of Port St. Joe
in order that the whole family
might take advantage of the sale.
The store will be closed all day
today and tomorrow and will open
for business tomorrow night at
7:30 p.m.
For further information turn to
Fowhand's advertisement on page
four of this issue.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gaillard and
daughter Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Guilford daughter Laura and son
Carl, Jr., attended the birthday din-
nor of Mrs, S. Lisenby in Panama
City, Sunday. Mrs. Lisenby is the
mother of Mrs. Campbell and the
grandmother of Mrs. Gaillard and
Mrs. Guilford.


Permit Grantkd




For Radio Station



Vacationland Broadcasting Company

Is Granted Permit


Game of 2 Out of 3 Series


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daughters, Mrs. Carl Guilford and
Mrs. Billy Gaillard.
Attending were twelve chil-tren

Visitors From Miami Beach
Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Fain and
son Joel of Miami Beach are the
guests of Mrs. Fain's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. 0. Baggett.


Neva Croxton, Worthy Matron, wel-
comed Mrs. Dobson and the many
guests. The response was given by
Mrs. Annie Gaskin of Wewahitchka
and the invocation by Mrs. Ruth
Ramsey. "Oh Master, Let Me Walk
With Thee", a duet, was sung by
Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey and Mrs.
Virginia Harrison. Music during


iate Matron; Bob Buchert, Associ-
ate Patron; Mrs. Mary Forehand,
Conductress; Mrs. Bettye Sue An-
chors, Associate Conductress; Mris.
Zola Maddox, Chaplain; Mrs. Clau-.
dia Sewell, Marshall; Mrs. Ralph
Swatts, Organist; Mrs. Wistalone
Ricketson, Warder; W. C. Pcre-
hand, Sentinel; Mrs. Flora Long,


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DONNA REED
MAY WYNN Col r by
PHIL CAREY T E C H NICOLO R
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TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY


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PLAY

"HOLLYWOOD"


Gulf Chapter No. 191 Honors Worthy

AI Grand Matron of Florida At Banquet

The Gulf Chapter, No. 191, of th the banquti hour was tfuriisied by
Order of the Eastern Star enter- Mrs. Ralph Swatts, Mrs. Virginia
trained the Worthy Grand Matron of Harrsion and Mrs. Vern Forehand.
the Grand Chapter of Florida with Immediately following the ban-
a banquet in her honor last Tiles- quet the members of the Eastern
day night in the social hall of the Star met in the Chapter Room
y5 Methodist Church. It-was the ofti- where a special program had been
cial visit of Mrs. Ethel Dobson 'n planned for the Worthy Grand Mat-
her capacity of the highest office ron and the other guests. A sweet
Sof the Eastern Star on a sta e lev- "'Sunshine" courtesy was given
el. Mrs. Dobson was wearing a Mrs. Dobson, during which she was
.handsome corsage of red rosebuds, presented with a lovely gift by
a gift from Gulf Chapter. Mrs. Jonnie Sikes, Associate Mat-
The banquet hall was decorated ron. Participating in the courtesy
with gladiola and smilax, with a were officers and member: Mrs.
centerpiece arranged of red roses Betty Sue Anchors, Mrs. Virginia
(Mrs. Dobson's chosen flowers) and Harrison, Mrs. Wistalone Ricket-
fern, on the speaker's table. Each son, Mrs. Lucille Williams, Mrs.
guest found in front of his chair a Flora Long and Mrs. Erline Bu-
small white place card -with the chert.
4 gold letters "Holy Bible" and his The Hall was .beautifully decor-
name, and containing the menu and ated for the occasion with gladioli
S a Bible verse, arrangements in white and in col-
Contributing to the festive decor- ors, and red roses. Framing the
nations were the long white dresses back corners of the room were
Laura Guilford Celebrates and red carnation corsages of the beautiful flowering trellises. On the
Fourth Birthday Thursday officers of the chapter, and the front of the rostrum was a large
lovely colorful formal dresses of poster of a sparkling silver cup, on
Laura Guilford, daughter of Mr. visiting officers, which were inscribed the words:
and Mrs. Carl Guilford celebrated Attending were approximately 75 'peace, harmony, and love, the Wor-
her fourth birthday Thursday af- Eastern Star members and their thy Grand Matrons theme for the
ternoon, July 26, in the home of husbands, Masons and their wives, year.
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and out of town guests. Filling their respective positions
Henry A. Campbell on Hunter Cir- Officiating ,as Master of 'e:'e- were: Mrs. Neva Croxton, Worthy
cle. Assisting Mrs. Campbell in car- monies was Sidney Anchors, Wor- Matron; Sidney Anchors, Worthy
ing for the little guests were her !thy Patron of Gulf Chapter. Mrs. ;Patron; rMs. Jonnie Sikes, Assuc-


Museum Reports

11,713 Visitors

Since Opening

The number of visitors who have
registered in the guest book at
the Florida State Museum at Con-
stitution Park for the month of
June as to date are. 741 and for +he
month of July 1,152, an increase of
411 over the previous month, mak-
ing a total of 11,713 visitors regis-
tered since the Museum opened on
December 16, 1965.
. On the Fourth of July holiday,
due to the early morning rain, the
attendance was slow, but by mid-
afternoon the guest book had
showed that 55 visitors had come
and inspected the museum.
Several interested large groups
have visited the Museum recently.
Four school groups of the grammar
school from Sopchoppy, 30 in each
group. Total of school groups are
16. Church groups 4; Boy Scouts
1 Troop! Girl Scouts, 1 Troop; Civ-
ic organizations 4; Industrial execu-
tives 35; and Little Baseball League
one group.
Smaller groups are still coming
from many states and parts of
Florida as vacation time is in full
swing now.
Two of the most recent visitors,
Lloyd and Dorothy Morris who
came the farthest by traveling on
motorbike were returning to their
home in Quintaniono, Canada.
The Little League for Boys from
Tallahassee visited the museum
last week with their counselor,
Ben C. Willis and their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Willis, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Buchanan, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Parker, Mrs. K. B. Bendon, Mrs.
Wooten, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brooks,
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Williamson,
Sarion Budanson and Roland Brad-
ford. Paul Fensom acted as guide
and represented the Little Boys
Baseball team of Port St. Joe.
John Thieman of Lexington, Ky.,
travel editor for the Scenic South
Magazine visited the museum along
with his family.
Of interest to the public are some
of the out of town visitors who are
well known here: Edward Ball of
Tallahassee and guests Gilbert W.
Smith of New York City; Gainer
Jacobsen, Dakar Senegus, French
West Africa; Mrs. Alfred Dupont,
Dorothy Dodd, Florida State Librar-
Ada; Mrs. Erline Buchert, Rauti;
Mrs. Flossie Wilson, Ester; Mrs.
Ruth Ramsey, Martha; Mrs. Lucille
Williams, Electa.

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


lan, T&llaha-.e: A. Pr-oit,
Protesor of History, Ploilda Sou.
then College; Dr. J, G, Smith, Pro-
fessor of History, East Texas Col-
lege, Commerce, Texas; Dr. W. G,
Dodd, retired Professor at Florida
State University, Tallahassee; Dr.
Wayne Reitz, President of Univer-
sity of Florida and Leland Hiatt
of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed David of Holly-
wood were Sunday afternoon visi-
tors. Mr. David is speaker of the
House of Representatives.

Visitors of Davis'
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Sowell and
daughters Charlotte and Catherine
of Dunnedin, are the guests of her


FURNITURE and AUTOMOBILE


Upholstering

QUALITY WORKMANSHIP FINE MATERIALS

BUTLER'S TRIM SHOP
112 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida


F Thurs. and Fri.

August 2, 3


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A PARAMOUNT PICTURE


SAVE regularly...

... where your savings earn above-average dividends
.'. where your savings are always available when needed
where investments received by the 10th of the
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Lots of folks think Social Security will give
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careful string saver to manage full retirement at
S- ofevery dollar Is age 65. Certainly living on a park bench or living
I et fepolicy with your children is something no one wants to face.
h I s invested in Gulf Life has many plans to provide retirement
S the South. ef income. One offers you $5,000 in cash 5 years
e***,... a, before you retire so you can start retirement
planning early. And you can determine at what
age you'd like the income to start 55, 60 o:-. 5.
Your Gulf Life man will be glad to plan w*.h y,,u
He can show you how your present valuable .
insurance can fit into your retirement or into an,
other plans for your family.


Gulf Life 44o e
"A Southern Institution Since 1911" Home Office--Jacksonville. Florida

In Stone Building 0. M. TAYLOR


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9AGt TWO


Honored On

First Birthday

Martin Dennis Kucera, grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stephens, re-
cently celebrated his first birthday
in the home of his paternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kucera
of Bryan, Texas. He is the son of
- 'r. and Mrs. Martin Kucera, also
of Bryan.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Betz of San
Antonio, Texas and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Nester of Hondo, Texas,
:)ent last week at Mexico Beach
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
A. LeHardy.


Playing This Week At The Movies


BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M.

FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:00 P. M.
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Gas & Fuel Co.
"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
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_ ~ ~ ~ NW FR OM_~__ __


I NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
daughter La Donna, spent a week
in Bonifay visiting with friends
and relatives.
Mrs. Cleveland "Hall returned
home Sunday after spending a few
days in Marianna visiting with
friends and relatives.
Wallace Hall and daughter, Cin-
dy spent Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall,
Mrs. Ernestine Hester Cabarro-
cas and son Michael, and Mrs. W.
J. Hester of Moultrie, Ga., were
the week end guests of Miss Min-
nie Ola Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Street of
Winter Haven spent a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley
and daughter La Donna.
Howard Linebargar spent a few
days with his wife, Mrs. Boncfle
Linebargar and Mr. .and Mrs. W.
B. Dykes.
We are sorry to say that Mrs.
Sonny Anderson is ill and her many
friends wish her a speedy recovery.
Patrick -McFarland r e t u rned
home Wednesday after spending a
few days in Georgia visiting with
friends:
Hansel Norris motored to Wewa-
hitchka Thursday on business.
Carl Deese motored to Wewa-
hitchka Thursday on business.
Miss June Ivey is spending a few
days in Donaldsonville, Georgia vis-
iting with friends and relatives.
Honored With Party
Mrs. Josephine Smith was hon-
ored Sunday at her home in Oak
Grove with a birthday dinner. Those
attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
ban Mills and children of Tallahas-
see, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills of
Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Duran
and children of this city, Mrs. Dur-
en, Sr., of this city, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Linton of this city and the
honoree, Mrs. Josephine Smith and
her husband and children.
Howard Linebargar of Tyndall
Field spent the week end with his
wife, Mrs. Boncile Linebargar and
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dykes.
Mrs. Rome Miller of Apalachicola
spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Hansel Norris and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris andi
children, Juanita Norris, and Dlel
Pinter visited in Wewahitchka
Thursday.
Mrs. Emily Pinter, Mrs. Howard
Linebargar and Miss Leona Ray
motored to Panama City Friday on
business.
Mrs. Wesley Smith and daughter


Have your doctor phone us
or bring your prescriptions
to
SMITH'S PHARMACY
Shop The Self-Service Way
In Air-Conditioned Comfort
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist


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


COMFORTER
Funeral Home
601 Long Avemns


Oxygen Equipped
* Ambulance


Shan returned hoisne~Wedsday af-
ter spending a few weeks in Talla-
hassee visiting her sister, Mr. and
Mrs: John Parker Browning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Porter has
been transferred to Chattahoochee.
Vester Kay of Winter Haven re-
turned home Sunday after spending
a few days with relatives.
Stanford Goodman of Bonifay vis-
ited a few days with his wife. Mrs.
Nina Goodman and Mrs. Mary Lev-
ins.
Mrs. Nelson Gardner. Mrs. Tom
Aultman, Mrs. Buford Griffin, Mrs.
Jean Shoots, Mrs. Allen Norris and
daughter Jenny, Rev. and Mrs.
Lloyd Riley and two children Mary
and Philip, Tony Weeks and Miss
Joyce Wy.nn attended the WMC day
at Marianna Tuesday.
J. T. Campbell returned home
Wednesday after spending a few
days in Perry visiting with rela-
tives.
Mrs. Katie Bass, Mrs. Vergie


KXhight of Perry and Cr6sss'ity are the tax year 1956, will be submitted the adopiton of Bonnie Diane Whitakt:rToui wahitchkRa, florida, this the 19th .J ,of
St he are hereby commanded to appear .in the July, 1958.
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. to the Tax Equalizing Board fo. ap- above named court on or before 21 August, GEORGE Y. COREe
ampbell and family. oval on te 14th day o August A. 1956, to show cause why the petition filed clerk of circuit Court
oafpCr asC nf POSym 956, at theCity Hall at 7:00 by Roosevelt Morris, should not be granted. Gulf County, Florida,
Arthur Knight of Cross Cit is p.m. All persons desuing to have IN- WITNESS-HEREOF, I havet here- by ROSELLE GASKIN
visiting Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Camp- corrections made in such roll, whe- unto set my hand and official seal at We- Deputy Olerk
bell. their in the listing, valuation o f pro-
Miss Treyas Campbell returinedfile with tile undersigned on or De-
home Wednesday after spending a fore the 14th day of A ugu;: 35f,,
few days in Perry visiting with their petition setting forth their
friends and relatives, objections to such assessment and
Mr. and Mrs. Hozel Levins and the corrections which they desie t
to have made.
daughter Reginna spent a few days Witness my hand and the offi- Long Avenue Baptist ChuCrh
In Bonifay visiting with friends cial seal of the City of Port St. Joe,
and relatives. Florida this 30th day of July A. D., REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
1956.
Mrs. P. W. Worley of Graceville R. W. HENDERSON SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
spent a few days with Mr. and City-Auditor and Clerk MORNING WORSHIP --........ 11:00 a.m.
Mrs. Toby Worley and daughter as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor n... ... ... A II .. k... ,


La Donna.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rutch and
children of Tyndall were the Sun-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Williams.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
City Tax Assessment Roll for the
City of Port 'St. Joe, Florida, for


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ADOPTION OF- BONNIE DIANE
WHITAKER
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: JAMES WHITAKER (the natural-parent
of Bonnie Diane Whitaker) whose address
is -unknown.
You, the said James Whitaker. will please
take notice that a peHti-nn has been filed
in the office of i ,.: 'E. of the Circuit
Court at Wewahitchka, Florida, praying for


BAPT'l IKT TRAININGUI UNIUN .......:. : 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


I ii End Of The Month


__ Men's

SPORT
SHIRTS
!2.88


5 $1.88
SVan Heusen and
Tulane
Small, Med. Large


Men's


Summer



SUITS


Were $39.50
NOW


$19.88


Were $24.95 $14.88
NOW SAN
Only 24 left So hurry
Sizes 35 to 40
Men's

KNIT SHIRTS



HRALF



WereICE

Were $1.98 to $3.95


Men's

SUMMER CAPS


Values to $1.98
Plastics and Straws


36 Inch


Iia hef
IH- anlead


2 Yards For


Good assortment of Colors
Regularly 85c Yard


ISt. Joe's Biggest


Men's, Women's and Children's
Summer Straws, Ventilated, Two-Tones
And Many Other Styles Values to $10.95


ONE TERRIFIC GROUP
PIECE
',44- GOODS
Val. to $1.29 Yd.
.3 Yards for




Pure Irish linens. Finest
quality ginghams, rayons
and linens. Sailcloth, Bates
disciplined cottons, tissue
chambray, polished cot-
tons, prints and solids.


Men's Summer

S!ilacks


Were $4.99
$3.33








Lots of fabrics styles
and colors. Sizer 28

Men's

WALKING SHORTS
Regular $2.98 Value
$442.00








Sizes 30 to 42. Denims and twills. Assorted
olrs.nd colors. Sze'28






Men's






Were $1.98 to $4.98



SLEEP WEARl

$100



GOWNS and BABY DOLL PAJAMAS
Reg. $1.98 Value .
Sizes 4 to 14


.ash Cloth


18 For


$1.00


Irregular Reg. 10c Value

Assorted Colors


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TKURDAYAUGUST 2, 1956


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This will positively be the biggest furniture sale ever held in this part of Florida. We mean just exactly that. The reason
we can be so sure is that, in the first place, our store is brim full of smart, new merchandise, most of it bought especially for
this sale: in the second place, we know that every single piece will have on it an incomparable price. We further know that
you have absolute confidence in every statement we make. You have visited. our store before and have seen, to your com-
plete satisfaction, our already low prevailing prices. Now when you come to this sale Friday night, you will see these very
same prices at reductions that will mean astonishing savings.
Another thing, we have perfected a very fine 3-way purchase plan: You may pay spot cash if you wish, or you may use
our lay-by plan, or you may take advantage of our easy, liberal budget plan.
Come expecting to find the greatest array of values you have ever seen, and we assure you in advance that not one single
one of you will be disappointed in our low prices.


Sale Starts 7:30-Right 'AFTER-SUPPER' Friday Nite Aug. rd


SAVE UP TO $100.00 ON BEDROOM SUITE
You will be gratified beyond expression at our beautiful display of
bedroom suites. On some suites you can actually save up to $100.00. You
will find the very newest styles in the very smartest finishes in just the
suite you want. Let us suggest that you come in just a few minutes early.


$69.95 Bedroom Suite
rhis is the smartest bedroom en-
temble you ever saw anywhere at
'his price: it is in rich maple fin-
sh and consists of dresser and
mirror, bed & chest: $ 5
Only one, and it is
priced- at just *$

$84.50 Mapleleaf Suite
You get dresser, mirror, bed and
chest: Only one: $7
first customer gets $79.95
it for .

Special Mah. Group
You get double dresser and mirror,
chest, and bed: tanbark mahogany
finish: it is a floor sample and has
.been very, very
specially p r I c e d$229.95
at Just

You Save $70.00 Here
This 5-pc. blond mahogany group
consists of 6-drawer dresser, 4:
drawer chest, 1 drawer night table
And bookcase bed
price has been re-$199.95
duced to only $


$119.50 Bedroom SAite
A smart little group in rich blond
finish: You get dresser, mirror,
chest, and bed: smart for the guest
room or the teen-
ager: priced now at 99.00
just *

$139.95 Bedroom Suite
Large dresser in steel-gray finish
with companion mirror, and twin-
size bookcase bed with night table.
Save $40.00 as the
price is only $99.95


4-Pc. Blond Ensemble
You get double dresser with mir-
ror, chest, and bookcase bed: rich
dainty, blond ma- 21l 95
hogany: price tag$219.95
reads only

Save $100.00 Here
This smart ensemble consists of
vanity with mirror, chest, panel
bed, and night table: blond ma-
hogany finish: re-
duced from $189.95
$289.95 to


SWle Starts 7:30 'After Supper' Fri. Night


SAVE $100.00 ON DINING ROOM SUITES


$289.95 Dining Suite
7-pc. blond mah. dining room suite,
consists of handsome buffet with slid-
ng glass door, hutch, extension table,
nd 4 chairs: table A 1 95
slightly scarred: it 18995
s yours for Just
$319.95 Dining Suite
This Is an exceptionally attractive
uite in semi-modern motif: has 4
olid mahogany chairs, drop leaf ex-
enslon table, buffet and hutch cab-
net: only 1: floor $ 8
ample: reduced to $

$119.95 family-size group
This handsome dining room suite
onsists of full-length, large, family-
ized table with 5 side chairs and I
rm chair: dining table comes in
hrome with heat-proof top: is cer-
ainly a beauty: there $99 95
s only 1, and you can
et it as Just


BEDDING BARGAINS
A few twin-sized plastic headboards In
assorted colors: have been selling reg-
ularly at $17.95: your $
choice in this sale, for
only $ 8 *

$69.95 Spring and Mattress
You get Fre.bJa rolled-edge inner-spring;
mattress and companion box spring:
idq4l fiW ~guest room, child $44 50
or0 light-weight couple: 44.50
1( only

$99.00 Sprina and Mattress
Here is a spring and mattress combina--
tion we unhesitatingly recommend: there:
are 624 coil springs in this complete unit;
very, very fine ticking: 6
now you get both spring 69 95,
and mattress for only


$299.00 Dinette Suite
8-pc. beauty in modern mahogany:
suite consists of buffet-china, exten-
and 1 arm chair: 2
priced reduced to UU

5-Pc. Chrome Dinette
Wish we had a dozen just like this
bargain: we have only 1: table top
just a little scratched: 4 absolutely
perfect chairs: first cus-$34 95
tomer gets the 5 pieces $34,95
complete for only

$54.95 Dinette Suite

This handsome 5-pc. chrome dinette
suite has lovely heat-proof plastic top
table and 4 smart companion chairs:
very pleasing color: you will love
this beautiful suite and $44 95
find it priced at only
during this sale


FOR BABIES


$11.95 Wood high
chair floor sample


$8.95


$19.95 Folda-high chair,
plastic tray, $17.95
now $17.95
$34.50 New style crib play
pen, reduced to $29 50
only $29.50
$11.95 Wet-proof crib matt-
ress, yours now
for only $9.75.
$3.25 Baby crib bumpers,
very special $1J
for only >$115
$14.95 Innerspring mattress
wet-proof
only $12.95
$4.95 Child's rocker, natural
or red, choice
for only $3.75


We are starting this sale promptly at 7:30 right "after supper"
Friday night, in order that you, you, and you can share alike in these
red-hot values without having to interfere with your profession, busi-
ness, domestic, or other daytime responsibilities. Friday night will
be Family Night, so come early and bring the whole family. Our
delivery zone has been extended during this sale and you will, there-
fore, have the advantage of all features of our fine service. Let us
suggest that you come a few minutes early in order to be here when
th doors open at promptly 7:30 "after supper" Friday night.






1500 Pieces Odd Dishes
Odd llish ,


We were fortunate in securing this
shipment of dishes from a large Im-
porter and exporter. You have nev-
er in all of your life seen so many
beautiful dishes at such an unheard
of price. Even though you may have
fine china or a complete dinner set,
it will certainly pay to buy as many
of these odd pieces as you want,
since the price is so low, and keep
intact your finer dinner ware.
There is no limit: you can absolute-
ly help yourself and buy Just as
many as you want as long as there
is a single piece left.

YOU GET


VALUES
15c TO $1.75
YOUR CHOICE


Plates, cups, saucers, creamers, su-
gars, soup bowls, and up-to-18 inch -
platters. If you are the least inter.
ested in these odd dishes, we sug.
gest that you be at our front door
a few minutes before 7:30, Friday
night as our doors will be opened %
promptly at that very minute. On Sale 'After


er'
Supper'


SAVE ON "TRADED-IN" PIECES
We have been extremely fortunate during the past few weeks in getting
some very outstanding values in good used furniture which has been "traded
in" for new furniture. Some of these pieces are almost like new: some have
been pretty ruggedly used: other pieces have had.a long period of heavy
service: however, each piece is worth many times our price, and most of
the pieces have plenty of fine service left.


$4.95 Folding
Deck Chair --------$2.95


$19.98 3-tone
Panel Bed
$24.95 Blond
Coffee Table


$9.95


$79.95
Bedroom Suite ---
$39.95
Dresser Base------


$39.50 Oak
$9.95 Dresser Base


$17.95 Iron
Bed Only $4.95
$17.95 EACH ONLY
Twin Beds $7.49
$99.95
Spring and Mattress $39.95
$9.95 Baby
Bassinet $3.95
$17.95
Lamp Table --------$2.95


$19.95 Mahogany
Coffee Table -
$17.95 Mahogany
Gossip Bench -- -
$4.95 Unfinished
Corner Bookcase --.
$69.95
Chair, Slip Cover


$8.95

$5.95

$4.95

$5.95

$8.95

$3.95

$14.95


$4.95 Slat-bottom
Chair $1.95


S12.95 Unfinished dressing table, big bargain at $9.95
S59.50 Saran club chair and ottoman $12.95
S49.50 'Saran platform rocker, only $16.95
S219.95 Duncan Phyfe sofa, solid mahogany $39.50
S9.95 Hardwood aby'ss high chair, only $1.99
S169.95 Two-pc. Tap. living room suite $6.95
S19.95 small mahogany drum table $6.95
S49.95 Sofa bed, sleeps two $9.95
S29.9'Mahogany, end table, big value for only $12.95
8 only, 36 inch used window shades, each 10c
$299.00 Three-pc. Kroehler sectional sofa $24.95
$44.50 Solid oak extension table and two chairs $12.95
$16.95 LO coffee table, heat-proof top $3.95
3 only, $12.95 used table lamps, each 50c
$24.95 Metal bookcase headboard $3.90
W119.95 sofa and slip cover, both for $11.39
D18.95 Baby's Folda-Roller stroller $2.49
D169.00 Bendix automatic washer $49.95
$169.00 Norge wringer-type washer $119.95
$149.95 Speed Queen washer $59.95
$19.95 Five-pc. wood dinette set $7.95
$17.95 Contour lawn folding chairs $9.95
$29.95 Gym play yard set, special at $19.95

MORE BARGAINS IN GOOD USED PIECES
5 only, full-sized coil springs, $17.95 value, each $8.95
$15.50 One only, full-sized coil spring $3.95
$17.95 four only, twin-sized coil springs -.......... $9.95
$49.95 Hotel inner-spring mattress ......... $9.95
$49.95 Cloud Foam inner-spring mattress ._ $7.95
$59.50 Hotel special mattress $24.95
$119.50 Inner-spring mattress and box spring $49.95
$17.95 Three only, twin cotton-felt mattresses -- -.-....-.....-....-- $5.95
$59.95 Five-pc. chrome dinette set, each now $34.50
$149.95 Boss 5-burner oil range $34.95
$139.95 Norge gas range, special at $29.95
$99.95 Enterprise Apt. gas range $14.95
$19.95 Seven-way floor lamp with shade $2.95


RADIOS

We have 3 of these radios. Certainly,
they have been used, but if you want a
red-hot bargain you had better come a
Few minutes early.

$39.95 USED RADIOS
You will honestly be surprised at the clarity of
tone and the smooth, sweet volume of these ra-
dios. Certainly, they are not 1956 models, but
just the same they are surely red-
hot values In this sale: your 12.95
choice, each


$289" Easy Auto. Washer
We have only 1, and it is absolutely brand new.
By coming a little early and .being the first cus-
tomer to reach this washer, you will not only get
one of the finest washers on the market, but you
will actually save a cool $30.00 .$2
customer will get this washer for

Bigelow Broadloom Carpet
We have just received samples of the very fam-,
ous Bigelow Baton Broadloom carpet. You can
get room-sized rugs, or you can get wall-to-wall
carpeting. We do not believe that there Is a sin-
ble carpet on the market selling under $10.00 that
will wear better, look better, or last longer.
During this sale our 6
price per square yard 5 Sq. Yd.
is reduced to a


LAMPS
About 2 dozen table or floor
lamps in this sale: many of
them less than half price.
GROUP 1: Up to $5.95 val. in
table lamps: take $1
your choice: each *$1.95
GROUP 2: Up to $9.95 floor
sample lamps:
your choice $388
GROUP 3: Floor lamps: val-
ues to $19.95: 95
your choice $9.95

FELT BASE
REMNANTS
1 piece felt base, 8 ft. X 2 ft.
$1.50 Value
for only 49c
I piece felt base, 9 ft. X 2
ft. $4.00 value
for only *,.98
1 piece felt base, 12 ft. X
2 ft., $4.50 value 19
for only A.1
$2.50 per yard cocoa hall
runner, reduced
to only 97c
1 piece felt base, 6 ft. X 3
ft. $2.20 value for
only 79c
1 piece felt base, 9 ft. 6 in.
X 9 ft., slightly n
dam. $10.70 val. $4.95
1 piece felt base, 9 ft. X 8 ft.
10 in., $9.95 value j a9
for only $6.97


$89.95 studio couch
This very smart living room
piece can also be converted
into a bed for two: very com-
fortable: very smart:
Only one, and $79 95
priced at $7

$199 Stylish Sofa
Upholstered in 100% nylon:
has zippered foam rubber
seats: brass ferules on legs:
we can furnish same in
choice of red or green color:
featured at $179.95
just $179.95
$219 3-Pc. Sofa
This fine 3-pc. sectional sofa
has zippered foam rubber
cushions and is generously
textured with metallic thread
in its splendid weave: It is
really a beauty, one you will
like: has been $189 00
reduced to $189.00

$189 Sofa Bed Suite
7-pc. sofa bed suite includes
maple sofa bed, club chair, 2
end tables, and 2 Colonial
lamps: a floor sample: price
has been re- $ 4
duced to $149.75
$219.95 Hide-Away
This famous Jamlsonr Hide-A-
Way bed has foam rubber
cushions and Inner-spring
mattress: an exceptional val-
ue: a floor sample, and the
first customer $199.95
gets It for


$119 Sofa Bed Suite
This smart 2-pc. sofa bed
suite Is covered in service-giv-
ing plastic which is easy to
keep clean: sofa makes bed
for 2: included is fine plat-
form rocker: you $9
get both for 97.95
$229 Nylon Suite
This handsome 2-pc. living
room suite is upholstered in
100% nylon and has foam
rubber cushions with spark-
ling metallic thread:
It is featured $20900
at $209.

$289.95 Sec. Sofa
Exquisite 3-pc. sectional sofa
novelty covering: zippered
foam rubber cushions: will
add grace and beauty to any
home: this big $26
sale at ust $264.95

$199.95 Sofa Suite
2-pc. sofa bed suite In novelty
weave with metallic thread:
sofa and club chair are smart-
ly styled: thiisis a floor sam-
ple, and the first customer
will get this handsome en-
semble for 29.95
only $129.95
$269.95 Hide-Away
This is the famous Southern
Cross Hide-A-Way bed with
nationally advertised Inner-
spring mattress: 2-tone tweed
cover: a floor sample:
price reduced $249.95
to only $24
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Thurs. & Fri.
Doors Open 7:30
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Friday night


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INSTANT eorgia Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn
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COFFEE
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BISCUITS

2 Cans
FM9SSSS


Sessions


SALAD OIL
No. 10 Jug
$1.69


$1 6i


Pure Cane
SUGAR
5 Lb. Bag
39c
With $5,00 Order or More


HOOP CHEESE Pound 49c
Florida Grade "A"

HIb 45c
HOME MADE PAN SAUSAGE Pound 49c
renderized Whole or Half
HA S Ib 59c


SUNKIST LEMONS Dozen 39c
FRESH OKRA (The Best) Pound 19c
FRESH YELLOW SQUASH 2 Pounds for 29c
Fresh Freestone
PEACHES 2 .1b '35c
FRESH RUTABAGAS Pound 10c
BELL PEPPERS or CUCUMBERS 2 For 19c
Del Monte or Dole PINEAPPLE 3 Tall Cans

Pineapple J 3 cans 29c
FRESH CORN ON THE COB 3 Big Ears 29c
CARTON FRESH TOMATOES Package 25c

iant TREi I, box 49c
FRESH POLE BEANS Pound 29c
GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2 Pounds 29c
HUNT'S CANNED PEACHES No. 2 Can 35c
CUT RITE WAX PAPER 125 Foot Roll 25c


Marigold
OLEO
Pound
21c


Purity
TABLE SALT
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PubHIshedd '*vrV Thursday At 306 WIlm. Avenue. Port St.
'q. Florida. By The Star P"ublithlng Companly

WSSLxy H. iAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
lso Linotype operltor. Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist,
it-porter, 'Prof Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, *30T OSIX MONTHS $1.50
THRe MONTHS $127.-U
SUBSCRIPTION iN' RiABtLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Centered as second,-L mi tter. December 19 197, at th
Pots fice., Put t ,. s r under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-I al oerr or r omieslona In advet-
tismelnts. the puJliuIter., I. hold themselves liable for
iamLagee further itan anoui. rcevved for such advertisemet
the spoken word is give t. ',(eti Atrntion; the print4l word
es thoughtfully weighed. The sp,Anu word barely aserts,
the printed wn,l ,oroneh, .--O nes. The poken worJ
it lost, the nprutl word remain.

ASWAN: A BLUFF IS CALLED
The United States can afford to take a rather
tolerant view of the hot anger which President
a.isser of Egypt has expressed toward this coun-
It y over failure of his project to build the Aswan
I tm.' For Colonel Nasser and his military
c.ique are in a decidedly unenviable position.
They built up a pretentious program to a
height which only the good will of the West
combined with the total peaceful resources of
Egypt itself could support. Then they proceed-
ed to taunt the West and undercut the interests
of the United States by inflaming Arab passions
against America's allies, Britain and France, and
against the United Nations-sponsored Republic
of Israel.
When Washington, followed by London
% withdrew the offer of financial aid to start con-
s, action of the dam the move looked like a dar-
ing gamble, and perhaps was. For Cairo had
cultivated the impression that the Soviet Union
stood ready to finance the project if America
and Britain did not.
But now Moscow has pointedly denied that
it is considering such a venture. The Nasser
r -gime is disclosed as having run a stupendous
bluff and fallen off it. As in the earlier case
.,f Premier Mossadegh in Iran, the United States
h.-s learned there is a point beyond which it
does not pay to be pushed by fear of Communist
competition.
One cannot but speculate on what will be
the reaction upon the Nasser regime in Egypt.
It is barely possible that Soviet leadership will
d-cide the opportunity is too great not to be
exploited and will yet'extend some help. But
. any rate the bright ambition of the Nasser
group to pose as the rehabilitators of Egypt's
internal economy and at the same time as the
leaders of a belligerent bloc of Arab peoples has
shown its limitations.
In short, much as Colonel Nasser may re-
s-nt American estimates of Egyptian resources,
the economic strength of that country is such
that it probably can have a monumental develop-


Washington

SEE SAW
by WIN PENDLETON

CITBIUS FOREIGN RELATIONS
-The Florida Citrus Commission


mentproject like the Aswan Dam or it-can have lHe was born and raised in the cit-
a military machine geared for stirring adventure rs belt. But he looks Swedish-
- but not both. talks Swedish-and has a lovely
-- but not both. Swedish wife-Inga- Lisa. The
When the American-British offer was made, Stockholm office is the second to
Egypt's costs under the Czechoslovak arms deal be opened in Europe by the Citrus
were estimated at 100 million. dollars. Now Commissiqn. The other is located
they are understood to have risen well above in Frankfort, Germany, and serves
200 million dollars, and that much more of the continent.
HERLONG SCORES HIT -Ex-
Egypt's cotton is pledged to pay for them. Un- citing nwes last week told about
der such conditions as these, inflation in Egypt Areo-Jet General's plan to open an
might make the dam enormously more costly important headquarters in Orlan-
or even impossible to complete. do. Credit for much of the "behind-
It is true that certain political groups in the Ithe-scenes" work toward bringing
I this industrial operation to Florida
United States have been reluctant for their own s i t congressman syF Her-
'should go to Congressman Syd Her-
reasons to underwrite the Aswan project. Cot- long. Herlong is a close personal
ton-growing states did not relish competition friendof Dan Kimball, president of
from an additional million or more irrigated Areo-Jet. This friendship developed
acres. Zionists were apprehensive for the secur- when Kimball was Secretary of
ity of Israel. But the major reasons for what has the Navy,. It began as many friend-
ships do-through business associa-
happened lie in Egypt itself. They rest on the tion. But Kimball and Herlong took
choice between military adventure and peace- to each other, and spent many
ful .development, between prideful self-assertion hours together socially. When a lo-
and humble work. cation for Areo-Jet's new division
That choice in other forms lies before oth- headquarters was being considered,
Kimball remembered all the won-
er nations as well even before the world. derful things Herlong had told him
The Christian Science Monitor about Florida-particularly Central
Florida: Result: the move to Orlan-
WHY THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL FAILED do. Areo-Jet is a subsidiary of the
By a series of parliamentary maneuvers General Tire and Rubber Company
southern senators, with the aid of Majority Lead- if Akron, Ohio. This branch of the
er Lyndon Johnson, have succeeded in blocking tural research office, working on
Senate floor discussion of civil rights legislation such things as designs for launch-
for this session. ing platforms for guided missiles
One. would hardly oppose the broad objec- andi other classified military struc-
tive of civil rights legislation: to insure that ev- tures.
ery American can exercise his right to vote; that RE ABOU- esman congressman
every American can expect a fair and speedy Paul Rogers' Hoover Report b'.ll
triah- One would hardly support as a general has passed. It is aimed at putting
proposition the tactic of stopping legislation by into being most of the recommenda-
bottling it up, not voting it down. Yet Senator tions made by the Hoover Comm's-
Johnson and his followers probably took the slon for modernizing Government
Johnson budgeting and accounting proce-
only course they could under the circumstances dures. It gets into the realm cf
of the moment. high finance-and gives the Con-
It has been apparent ever since the civil gress a closer control over the
rights bill came up fin the House that such legis- money they appropriate. Estimates
lation either would be shelved in Senator East- made by the Hoover Commis'i'
say it will save Uncle something
land's Judiciary Committee or be filibustered to like $4 billion-plus or minus a few
death on the Senate floor. In the latter event, million. The bill was introduced
as Senator Johnson has pointed out, no other in the Senate by Senator John
legislation would be acted on in these closing Kennedy (D-Mass).
days of the session.* FLORIDA MAN NAMED Lau.
With these near-certainties writ large, it rence F. Lee. President of the Pe-
has been apparent also that the vote in the ninsular Life Insurance Company,
has been apparent also that the vote in the Jacksonville, has just been named
House was chiefly to allow a number of northern Chairman of the U. S. Section, Can-
congressmen to go on record for certain of their ada-United States Committee of the
constituents. United. States Chamber of Com-
As seen by the white South, what came out merce. This announcement was
of Washington as the tension over desegregation ade in Washington this week byM
heightened was not an effort to raise a biracial Lee is a past-president of the U.
leadership seeking orderly adjustments but legis- S. Chamber and serves as a mem-
lative proposals looking like further intrusion of her of the Board of Directors:
federal action into what has been deemed the ON CAPITOL SCENE Miss
states' domain.
One could hardly rejoice over these devel- '- >.', .--.
opments. But to understand them can help ". .;
greatly in the long run. ^. .


Vera Fascell, sister of Congress-
man Dante Fascell, sightseeing
with her friend, Miss Doris Mc-
Abee. Miss Vera teaches history at
Coral Gables Senior High School
and Miss Doris works for the M ami
Herald. The two young ladies were
here for a vacation.
STILL GROWING A further
note about Congressman Charlie
Bennett's baby: he was one.year
old cn July 2. On July 5.th he re-
ceived his first haircut-and he
now looks like a boy.
Sperids .Week End Here
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bailey of
Blountstown spent the week end at
Mexico Beach as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank A. Lel-lardy.
Visit In Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hunt spent
tle weei _end in Adel, Ga., where
they visited with their 'son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hunt.


is out to recapture the European who will manage the office, Sven
market for Florida juices that was Nelson. Nelson is a native of Flor-
lost during the war. Newest devel- ida. He was born near Lake Wales'
opment toward this goal is a plan 28 years ago,. but instead of going
to open a sales office in Stock- to school in Florida, his parents
holm, Sweden. In Washington this sent him to the University of Stock-
week, visiting on Capitol Hill and holm. It looks like the Citrus Com-
the State Department before --all- mission has found the right sort of
ing for his new post, is the man fellow, for their new undertaking.


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110II3 1Oi So Long Ave, Bobby Baxo FH6R6 WIL L BR a regular o. ed Mrs, kuiray WijvLor In PAi'A Os'iabo-i he week "
I i11 ....leytfO'2. munlcatton of Port St. Joe Lodge NEWS FROM City last saturday. wl r rs, an Hiteld
ill DOST t tne mockfigabird. Harri' No. 111 P&AM every second a | Mr and Mr an W. V Burke and and ., aN d Mrs., a, Kelly and
please do hot cage Call PC 3-1321 All Master Masons cordially Invited, Highland V ew Skiper e l a
Sor -P. S3927 amaCity ,, J B. GRIFFITH, W, m, the"Week Ond6at the Skipperoaio e iubert Cduitj6 JA visiting with,
or ^P0 3-3927, Panama City, B. GRIFFITHANDL, R. Seey HELEN RHARD i ero. h mth, Mrs. L-I. AR. .iook, -i
SFOR RENT: Unturnished apart- Phone BAil 7-2627 Mrs. BUilah bockina of beFuniak Chipley.
P Q $ALE: 7% hp. Evinrude out- A REAL BUY in a 2-story apart- meant, 15 3rd St. ltc LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Springs spent TIuesday with her bro- Miss tn ll Pitts of Brount-ton
board motor. 8 hours in water, ment house at Beacon Hill. Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 ad Mrs. John unn and there and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. is v in the o nttorn
$176.00. Contact Stanskey, Grice Terms. See Chris Martin at Roches, PLUMBINO, ELECTRICAL WORK FMourthSt eetin che M and S Mr John Dunn an t e ad fantl and Mr -wi hS in the home of her cou -
Apts Itc TelephoneSALE: -bedroom house. 1312 Palm Monday. daughter oyce Ann of Bessemer, A. Rogers, sin, Paye Rhamea.
FOR SALE Small grocery, market nt -brepaitedron in Re- Blvd. Cecil arrsh SAARITAN LODG N 40, Alabama, and Mrs Darlene Moore Mrs. Eula Rogers. Miss Marjorie onja Raffield is visiting in th
and house combination. On high- venient to grammar school and EARN WHILE YOU LEARN with F.-Meets first and third Thurs- and children, Carin and John of Rogers and Herbert Cunmbie spent home of her sister ,Mrs. Weekly,
way 22 west o Wewa. Good loca-Mrs own See 0. M. Taylor. ltp Full-time ay and Part-tme dartays, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All Birmingham, were the house guests the week end with Mr. and Mrs. of Orange Texas.
tion and business. Call Mrs. Joe _Work. $50.00 or more per week part members urged to attend; visiting of Mr, and Mrs. H, F. Ayers. H. L. Rook in Chipley. Mrs. Newsome and daughter, Iva
Flint, Wewa, NEwton 9-2502. 2tp pFR SALE: Piano. Contact La- time.!Sell nationally knownTupper- bern Invited. Mr and Mrs. J. S Davidson oftRevhandoB ry a n oftpley virs. Newsome and ianughteho, of a
vrne Bennett at Bennett's Cafe ware on the home party plan. Deal G. hre LAWRNCE, N.G. and Mrs. J. S. Davids Rev and Mr Jon an of Lilly visited in the home of her
FOR SALE: Modern 2-bedroom or at 314 Duval St. tp er needed n this area. Call or A.. GLAWRENCERT, Secty. Bonifay spent Thursday with their Ozark, Alabama, visited Rev. Doug- father and grandfather, in Frink,
house. Near west arm bridge on __ write E-Konomy iSales, Parcel Post son, Paul Davidson and familyA ., NwomG sndRa v niT-htc Wednesday, July 1f8
Dead Lake in Wewa, on Highway FOR RENT: 4-room furnished Sta. Box 2501, Tallahassee, Fla., ALCOHOLISM, recognized by the Mrs. Florida Robertso and Mrs. Mr ewsome Sunday night. Mr. and Mr T R an
71. Call Joe Flint in Wewa, NEwton apartment. Mrs. C. A. McGowin. 8-8210 or 2-3587. American Medical Association as Roddenberry of Sopchopp visit- Mr ahd Mr gs tI weeks have n, H Tl a Rad
94502. or E. Tom Pridgeon, regis- Phone 9-9991. Ite -, a disease, is no respector of p r- oddnerry of Sophoppy vsit heir house guests this week, children, Helen and Randall, spent
tered Real Estate Broker, phone FOUNDRENT: Small unfurnishedDRIFTING. near Lakelywood ban ons, nor is it essentially a m al ed the Clinton Cox family last Miss Nadine Chutchield of yp- several days in Marathon, visiting
BAll 7-7741, Port St. Joe. 2t FOR RENT: Small unfurnished be seen at CFHary at i question. A group of the new world- Thursday. press. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Richards and
Ss t 3t 719 wide fellowship of Alcoholics An- Mrs. Cordie Bulger and daughter a Mr H P Rchards and
City. onymous has been formed in Pot J GRev. DouglasGNwesome has re-
FOR SALE: Plymouth club coupe. St Joe and is now holding meet- Eloise, spent Thursday with Mr. Junior G. A.'s
wings twice a week. All persons de. Clinton Peterson and family. rned to Highl The Junior G. A.'s met at 4:15
Radio and heater. $150, 6 horse siring the services of this gruup Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters visited ing as music director of the Mar- p.m. at the Highland View Batist
Sun. and Mon. outboard motor. 312 Duval St., Mrs. may contact P. 0. Box 241 or (] their daughter, Mrs. Nellie Mar- ianna District Intermediate camp Church. The vice-p resident, Rost
SM. H. Conger. BAll 7-3646. shall in Clarksville. at Blue Lake assembly grounds at Lee Keels, prseided. Scripture was
August 12, 13 BABYC HICKS I TE CIRCUIT COURT, Albert Hall and W. R. Blount of Andalusia, Alabama, last week Genesis 1:11, by Rosa Lee Keels.
Only $2.95 per 100 GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA Wewahitchka visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. W. C. Forehand The counselor, Mrs L. F. Adams
Rocks, Reds, Hamps, Leghorns IN OHANCERY. B. A. Peters. motored to Panama City Tuesday gave a story, entitled "A Brave
Our Choice SUSIE HODRICK, Administratrix Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan visit- on business. Little Gia story, entitledo" S raveh n
No C.O.O.'s Please of the estate of Dan Hodrick, Rev. Douglas Newsome and Mi ..tin Mexico Sara.h nm


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M. P. TOMLINSON

REALTOR INSUROR


403 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe, Fla.


FOR GOOD FOOD. ..
REGULAR DINNERS -- SHORT ORDERS

IT'S GLYN'S RESTAURANT


RADIATORS: REPAIRED and RECORD
CLEANED, FLUSHED

STARTERS and GENERATORS
REPAIRED and EXCHANGED


Pate's Shell Service

Phone BAII 7-9291 223 Monument Ave.

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BUD'S CHICKS deceased.
11 Montgomery Avenue Plaintiff,
Greenville, S. C. Vs.
H. L. FLOWERS, et al.,
WANTED: Man, lady or couple for H. L. FLOWERS, et al
full or part-time job. Write, Great DeendantsLORIDA
South, Bonifay. Fla--------tf7-24 THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
South, Boniay la TO H. L. FLOWERS, if alive, and,
HOUSE FOR SALE: Modern 2- if dead, to his unknown heirs, davis-
bedroom. Large lot, Bay front. ees, legatees, or grantees; ant to
Tile bath. Oak floor, Phone 7-4841 all persons having or claiming an
or see Mrs. Sanders Chitty, 1007 interest in the following described
Monument Ave. 4tc-7-19 lands;
Lots 16, 18 and 22, in Block 1001,
FOR SALE: 25-ft. semi-cabin cruis- of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
er. New Gray marine engine. 62 ida, according to the official map
hp. Call 7-7761 or see Bob Buchert. thereof on file in the office of The
'- 'Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Palm


Blvd., Good condition. Down pay-
ment $1200. 'Balance on FHA lDan.
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-3491
USED PIANOS
from $25.00
MELODY MUSIC MART
187 Harrison Ave.
Panama City. Florida
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
MELODY MUSIC MART
137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 54711
Panama City, Florida
-PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
Special discounts to
Churches and .Cvic Groups
All Work Guaranteed
CHARLES A. SCURLOCK
Ph. 7-4691 509 10th SL
SPECIAL SERVICES
I ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
, guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
TV ANTENNAS installed, clean-
ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9901.
Bill Bowen. tfck-14
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service call BIL'S PLUMBIPGO.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors r(e
paired, also.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
'RADE US that uamless article for
Something usetal. STOP and
4WAP.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Eatate & Insurance
BAII 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
.-302. ttc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
lug money see us tfor anything
you need In your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home
S. A M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M1, 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vielll
Alien, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.


No 3N
Ar a Down H
Payment 36

Approximate Cost for Average Size Home


NEW 210 Lb. SHINGLE ROOF $9.59
NEW BATH FIXTURES $6.39
NEW BED ROOM $38.33
EXTERIOR PAINTING $8.63


Phone BAIl 7-3321


Months

To

Pay


per month
per month
per month
per month


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A LUCRATIVE job and a fath
er who goes with It! Such h
the good fortune of child stai
Rusty Hamer of "Make Room foq
Daddy," who plays Danny Thomas
unpredictable son in the comedy
series Shortly after the shoix
debuted in 1953. Rustyv' real fath.


County, Florida.
GREETINGS: .. ]
You are hereby notified that a
proceeding to quiet title has been
brought in the Circuit Court for
Gulf County, Florida, against you,
and against all persons claiming
any estate, right, title or interest
in, or lien upon, the above described
real property, situate in Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your an-
swer or pleading to the complaint
on the plaintiffs attorney, Cecil G.
Costin, Jr., 211 Reid Avenue, Port
St. Joe, Florida; and file the origi-
nal answer or pleading with the
Clerk of 'Circuit Court of Gulf Coun-
ty, Florida ,on or before August
27, 1956. If you fail to do so, decree
pro confesso will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consecu-
tive weeks in The Star, Port St.
Joe, Florida.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
County, Florida, this 21st day of
July, 1956.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
As Clerk of said Circuit
Court.


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Nadine Crutchfield made a business prayer.
trip to Panama City last Monday Highland View WMU
afternoon. The WMU of the Highland Ciew
Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Hatfield of (Continued On Page 8)



I Why Wait On Your Plans for Needed


'er passed away Since then thl
blond, blue-eyed youngster hai
transferred his filial affection t4
his stage dad Danny loves th<
affectionate, physically inexhaus
tible and sharp nine-year-old sec
and only to his own son. Tony.
Unlike many stage moppets,
Russell Craig Hamer loves to aci
It's a big, hilarious game with
him .. "When the first summer, IT IS POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO BE THE OWNER OF A
vacation came along after Rusty
joined the sow, and his palsfled BEAUTIFUL ZENITH CONSOLE TV SET
to the beaches, .play yards and
summer camps, I anticipated a
crisis," admitted Mrs. Hamer
S. Her curly-haired son erased
that worry immediately "I'm
lucky, mom," he said. "I'll be at
the studio all summer" ?
Rusty's stage precocity, vocab- TLIS MA B YOURS
salary and his memory, almost THIS MAY BE YOURS
photographic, are constant sources
of amazement to his co-workers TO BE GIVEN AWAY SEPTEMBER 29
He learns scripts as effort- ,
lessly as he lick lollypops After -- ai-'-
a few rehearsals, he knows not .
only his own lines but those o! <-... ,.t. -- ., *' .
everyone else in the scene .
Rusty is no slouch with his school Come I To Your
work either, according to his tutor, I u
Miss Birdina Anderson, whose stu-
dents Included Shirley Temple,
Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Tay- Nearest Store
lor and Freddie Bartholomew a ,U n y '
iGetting A's and learning a new
script each week aren't enough, Regster
(however Young Rusty is study- A" R ist
,lng Spanish on the side "to keep
busy." .
His career started when he was
little more than three and he is _.'.
destined for a bright future. "All
I wanted was a cute little boy," HURRY COME IN TODAY I .^-/^r v
says Danny Thomas, the star of HURRY COME IN TO DAY
Emmy-award winning "Make I'
iRoom for Daddy" the last three
years, "and I got a star. How The More Time You Have The
lucky can I bef?" .

LEGAL AD /ER RISING Luckier You May Be
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COUiRT, GULF COUNTY, PLA.
IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
DAN HODRICK,

odc e e e o Extra Bonus
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Dan E x r B o u
Hodrick, deceased, are hereby no-
iae ainsde areirwh th fi e ay Additional Tickets W ill Be Given
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf To each person for every 1.00 paid on account or for each 1.00 paid
County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within on cash purchase.
eight calendar months from the Also, any adult may register on each visit to our store without cost
date of first publication of this no-
tice. Each claim or demand must or obligation.
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
beervc t iw TO Be Given Away Sat., Sept 29
July 3, 1956.
SUSIE HODRICK
Administratrix of Estate of
Dan Hodrick, deceased.

NOTICE is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 20953, Laws of
Florida, Acts of 1941 the under-
signed persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Gulf County, Florida, four
weeks after the first publication of M YOUR HOUSE
this notice the fictitious name or
trade name under which they will A W !
engage in business and in which *f *jh-
said business is to be carried on
to-wit: W. T. CARG-ILL and JOE
T. STEVEN'S, doing business as
Cargill-Stevens Motors, 102 4th St.,
Port St. Joe, Florida. 4t-7-12 -


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Engagement Announced

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Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cannington The wedding will take place at
of Highland View announces the the Highland View Methodist on
engagement and approaching mar- Saturday, August 25 at 7 p.m. No
riage of their daughter Nell to Joe invitations are being sent but all
S. Dougherty, son of Mr. and Mrs: friends and relatives of the couple
Fred W. Dougherty of Tallahassee. are invited to attend.
announce the birth of a daughter,
Wanda Gail on July 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Fernie Kay Clark
announce the birth of a son, Char-
les Jonathan, on July 20.
I Mr. and Mrs. George Elma Whit-
field announce the birth of a daugh-
,ter, Joyce Lorene on July 26.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Fortner Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlton Sim-
an ounce the birth of a son, Aub- mons announce the birth of a baby
roy Gene on July 5. girl, Wanda Joyce, on July 5.
.. ..- -- oe-. n I Mr. and Mrs JTohn Ed', r Rich


Mr. and Mrs. Uharles Steea an-
nounce the birth of a son, Michael
Wayne on July 8.
Mr. and Mrs. ohnny R. Miles an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Su-
san Ellen on July 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Vestor M. Hicks an-
nounce the birth of a son, Robert
Wayne on July 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin C. Limieux
announce the birth of a boy, Ken-
neth Lamar on July 31.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Joe Ost an-
nounce the birth of a boy, Marion
Camille on July 12.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Carver


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announce the birth of a son, John
Edgar, Jr., on July 13.
Mr. and Mrs. William Coatney
announce the birth of a boy, Wil-
liam Donnie on July 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic W. Sut-
ton announce the birth of a baby
girl,. Janet Lyn on July 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ander Williams
announce the birth of a daughter,
Debra Ann on July 13.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Witherow
announce the birth of a daughter,
Melanie Ruth on July 23.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital.)


QUAKE AFTERMATH KEYNOTER Kentucky's
Youth carries brother, victim of Gov. Frank K. Clement, 36, will
earthquake which killed 57 and deliver keynote address at Demo-
destroyed much property in cratic National convention open
Greece's Santorini Island. Inc in Chicao. Au.. 1.


ST Ik Payne and City Attorney J. C. Ro- Other cities throughout the s ate
MOre GaS Tal gers; Leesburg, Mayor/ Aif: diand many officials of utility com-
(Continued from page l Smith and City Manager J. K. Mi- j panies, both municipally .and pri-
sonville Chamber of Commerce, has zell; Madison, Mayor Van H. Priest I vately owned, as well as engineers
been a leader in this group. Orlando, Curtis H. Stanton, secre- and fiscal agents for numerous
George Kinsman, vice president tary of the city utilities commis- Florida cities, also have- appeared
of Florida Power & Light, has tes- pion; Plant City, City AttorneY in support of the application or
tified twice in support of the ap- Paul Buchman: Starke, Mayor W, plan shortly to express their in-
plication. His testimony was simi- T. Jackson and City Clerk Carl dorsement.
lar to that of Dick W. Judy, asss- Johns; Tallahassee, City Maa
tant general counsel of the Florida AnahB ho s.e City MaUr V A
Power Corporation. Both big utili- Arvah B. Hopkins.ar Want AdS G Eut
ty companies will buy the fueTlsince -
it is more economical in generating
electricity.
Among city officials from Florida
who have appeared to tell FPC of )
the widespread demand for natural
gas and the substantial savings
promised-amounting to more than
25 per cent in the delivered tuel
prices in many cases-were:
Bartow, City Manager Charles
Odom; Blountstown, Mayor R, W.
Foster and City Clerk W. H. Hite; .
Clearwater, Mayor Herbert M. ---
Brown and City Manager F. M. Mid-
dleton; Gainesville, John Kelly,
public utilities manager; Lake Al-
fred, City Manager George Costel-
lo; Lakeland, City Manager David


Success wIh Inconei
Jessie. Core dismissed the group Angry owners Of a particular com
and View News with prayer. mercial refrigerator blamed tbh
(Continued From Page "7) Revival In Progress manufacturer for failure oftthe units'
Baptist Church met Monday- at 3: 00 and subsequent food spoilage. A hur-
dy. Scripture was given by Mrs. AL- A revival is in progress at the ied investigation revealed failure
p.m. at the church for mission stu- -Methodist Church in Highland of the diaphragm in the temperature
ice Macomber. Mrs. L. F. Adams View. Everyone is invited to attend control. The diaphragm material,
led in prayer. The group sang the the services at 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 weakened by constant compressor
'WMU song, "The Kingdom Is Com- p.m. pulsations, stiffened and failed un-
ing". Mrs, Belle DBose gave the der temperature changes, The prob-
ing". Mrs. Belle DuBose gave the --em- was resolved by substitUtng
third chapter of the mission book, senml The Star to a friend. tnconel, a nickel-chromium-fron al
"God's Wealth iand Oursf.' Mrs. It pays to advertise try it! A ky, s-i.p for the diaphragm.


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