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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 9, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
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System ID: UF00028419:01082

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PORT ST. Jio
A Progreslive
Community With a
Modern, Progreslive
Weekly Newspaper


THE- STAR


THE i STAR
Published In Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the C6&
tinued Development of
Gulf County


Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalcichicola'Chattahoochee Valley"
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Kiwanis Club Completes Section of Bleachers At

Football Field; Work Progressing On Rest Rooms


Work was completed this past
week on a new 250 seat capacity
bleacher stand at the football field.
Members of the Kiwanis Club took
on the job as one of their yearly
projects. The Club was ofiersd a
great amount of ass stance from
the railroad shop man in their off
hours.
The bleachers are of a perman-
ent type with heavy steel frame-
work and wooden seats and back-
rests.
,In addition to erecting the bleach-
ers the-Kiwanis Club is also spon-
soring the construction of rest
room facilities at the north end of
the football field. Work is now un-
derway on this structure which is
being built of concrete blocks.
Pictured above on the newly con-
structed bleachers are a few mem-
bers, of the Kiwanis Club.
(- photo)

Visitors From Ten.
Mr. and Mrs. W.. W. Ensley of
Cleveland, Tenn., and their two
children Sandra and Pat azo visit-
ing with friends here for .several
days. They are former residents of
Port St. Joe

Visiting Lirnda Roberts
Linda Jo-ce Ellis of Orlando is
visiting far several aa.ys wit.i her-
cousin, Linda 'Loberts of Hunter
Circle .


Last Rites Held

For H. E. Rich

Last rites were held Tuesday,
August 7 from the First Baptist
Church at 10 a.m. for Harmon E.
Rich, 78. Rev. C. Byron Smith of-
ficiated at the services.
-Rich, who passed away at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital Sunday, August 5
had been a resident of Port St. Joe
for the past 15 years, having mov-
ed here from Iron City, Georgia.
Interment was in the New Enter-
prise Cemetery near Iron City.
'Survivors include his wife, Min-
nie Ellen; three sons, Ernest and
Clyde of Port St. Joe and Earl of
Marianna; two daughters, Mrs.
Jack 'Sheffield and Mrs. L. Z. Hen-
derson, both of Port St. 4e; one
brother, Oscar of Bagdad; it grand.
children and three great grand-
children.
Pallbearers were Nelson Gfaid-
ner, John Robert Smith, A. P. Mar-
tin, Jimmy Greer, H. C. Brown and
C. G. Costin, Jr. Honbrary pall-
bearers were C. G. Costin, Sr., J.
A. Garrett, H. C. Harvey, D. Brig
man, George Adkins, Ben Ferrell,
I. C. Nedley Clarence Pridgeon,
Fred Perry and Lee Edwards.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge


Examination Called outstanding clubs of our county.
Anyone wishing to join this Club
'For Postal Clerk or obtain information pertaining to
j- oining can obtain Club By-Laws
Postmaster Chauncey Costin stat- from any officer of the club. You
ed that the Civil Servke Commis- can become a Charter Member of
sion has re-op-tned the Examination the Gulf County Rod and Gun Club
for Substitute Clerk and Substitute by paying the dues on or before
Carrier for the purpose of estab- August 30, 1956 to Kenneth Whit-
liphing a register for future employ- field, Wewahitchka, or Harry Dow-
ment in the local post office. The den, Port St. Joe. The dues..are
official announcement is posted on $20.00 per year payable when you
the bulletin board in the Post Of- sign or payable in two .(2) pay-
fice and all applications must be nients of $10.00 when you sign as
in on or before August 15, 1956. a member and $10.00 on or before
Costin stated there would he a December 31, 1956.
position open for a substitute cur- After August 30, 1956 the Club
rier within the very near future will accept members at the regular
with a beginning wage of $1.32 per business meetings, which are held
hour and he hoped that sufficient the second Saturday in October,
male applicants would take the ex January. April and July.
niiiatinii to insure filling the po- ----
.-Atio f'row the eligible register. I m A
Application forms to take the ex- CommiTee IS
amination may be obtained from
the post office. Named To Head

REV. DOUGLAS CONDUCTS M r h DV
EPISCOPAL SERVICES SUN.
The Rev. Harry Bell Douglas 61 -
Tallahassee and W. E. Smith ot The Steering Committee of the
Camp Weed, Carrabelle, conducted. Merchants Division of the Port St.
the morning service and Holy Corn- Joe Chamber of Commerce was se-
munion at the 11 o'clock hour Sun-, ected by the members of that or-


day at St. James!' Episcopal Churcoh.
Rev. Douglas is at present, youth
director of Camp Weed.


UADING1 UP Pott St. Joe Little Le.iguier.l pLse beside the bus that carried them to Pensacola
to participate in the State Tournament. They lost out in the play-off. (-' photo)


Port St. Joe Little Leaguers Lose Two Close Games

To Pensacola In Florida Tournament Last Week End
James, Christian singled in in two double plays. They were, stop, rapped out two ofrPort St.
James Brown in the fifth inning to Wilder to Hall to Thursbay and 1 oe's hits. Mike Grissett. of Pensa-
put West Pensacola one game in Hall to Thursbay to Whaley. Jimmy cola had the only extra base hit
front with a 1-0 triumph over Port Wilder was the losing pitcher for of the tourney in Friday's game, a
Port St. Joe. double.
St. Joe in the opening round of the Port St. Joe. double.
t Joe in te opening rond of the SECOND GAME 9-4 -.Nelson Hall started for Port zt.
Florida State Little Boys Baseball West Pensacola took advantage Joe giving up seven bases on balls
Tournament at West Pen ,icola of three walks, an error and threc and striking out three batsmen. He
field Thursday. hits to score six runs in a big first was relieved by Joe Whaley who
The box score was as ?otl vs. inning and wrap up the Florida Lit- got one strike out and gave three
W. Pensacola ..--....---00 010--1 tle Boys Baseball title with a 9-4 free.passes.
Port St. Joe __.....-------000 000 -0 victory over Port St. Joe Friday at The box score is as follows:
The ball game was a thriller West Pensacola field. West Pensacola -----.. S ........0OOX-9
with the Port St. Joe team turning Jimmy Wilder, Port St. Joe short- Port St. Joe .-------........._ 02-020-4


Votes were counted Monday by
a committee composed of Earl At-
chison, Bill Nichols and Wayne
Buttram. The results of the voting
will be approved by a general meet-
ing of the Division to be held one
day next week.
Picked for the committee and
their category of representation is
as follows: Marion Musslewhite,
grocery stores; Bill Niholsc-, de-
partment stores; Wayne Buttram,
furniture stores; Jesse Stone, cloth-
ing stores; Gannon Buzzett, drug
stores; Frank Pate, service sta-
tions; C. G. Costin, Sr., hardware
stores; Vic Anderson, automobile
dealers and W. R. Ramsey, miscel.
laneous.
A meeting of the Steering Com-
mittee will be held Thursday after-
noon (today) at 6:30 p.m. at Boyles
Department Store to elect a chair-
man and vice-chairman for the com-
mittee. At that time the committee
will call a general meeting of the
Division for the first of next week
to try and map out a plan to start
work on.

Visiting In Panama City
Mrs. Basil W. Bray is spending
several days in Panama City witn
her sister, Mrs. E. L. Skipper.

Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jackson ard
daughters, Dale and Connie returir-
ed Friday after spending three
weeks touring Alabama, Georgia
jnd Tennessee.
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it is anticipated that $657,572.00
will be required to, operate the
county school system for the next
fiscal year.
] Of course, as with the County
;Commissioners' budget, the sum
total of money to be spent will not
be raised through county taxation.
Both federal and state money wijl
be coining to help the county meet
its anticipated expenses.
,But on the portion of the school
budget that Gulf Countians must
pay, 23 mills have been levied as
against 20.76 under last year's
budget.
By fund, the millage levied this
year in the school budget looks
like this:
County maintenance and Support
Fund: 10 mills.
District No. 1 Current levy' 10
mills.
District Interest and ,Sinking
Fund, each District: 3 mills.
There is apparent satisfaction
throughout the county regarding
the two budgets, because no one ap-
peared at either of the public meet-
ings to offer objection to the then-
I proposed budgets.


First Baptist Youth Revival Is Set

To Begin This Sunday, August 12

The Youth Revival of the First :..':. .. *..
Baptist Church will begin .is -. .. :
Sunday, August 2 and continue
through Friday night, August 17. -''.' '"
Services will b3 held each night .:
through the week beginning at 8 '= : '
a.m. This will be a revival anieet ...';'." : ,S -


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BILL CHAPMAN


Ground was broken Friday after-
noon at Ward Ridge for the con-
struction of a new radio station to
be constructed in this area by Va-
cationland Broadcasting Company
of Fort Walton Beach. On hand for
the ceremony was Wilbur R. Powell
president of the company, on the
right of the shovel and Milford A.
Reynolds, General Manager oE the
company standing to the right of
the group. Assisting in the ground
breaking were N. E. Dykes "mayor"


Visitors From Oklahoma of Ward Ridge, to the left of tbheat adults as well as youne people.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ramsey shovel and Senator George G. Tip But it will be led by young people _
,'; Bristow, Oklahoma, are he? vis- per, developer of the community. The-revival winl be led by a team
iting Mr. Ramsey's brothers, Pd Construction of the building is sponsored by the state Blaptist
and Wesley Ramsey and families, now underway and will be of a co.- Stdent Union. The taamr A ill b
pletely modern brick struck ure and composed of 1Bill Chapman, preach.
CARD OF THANKS air conditioned. The building will r.' who is a seni r at FSU. Jake
I wish to take this way of thank- house the offices and broadcasting A-ers, a Junior .-taison, will.
ing, Doctors Joe and Wayne Hen- facilities of the station and will be l e the music fo: th, ,Ae:k. Helen
drix, the nurses and all the hospi- located at the intersection of Niles Moses, a junior at the University of
-tal staff for all they did for my Road and the Garrison Avenue ex-Florida, will be the recreation and
husband and for the Ifowers and tension. ( photo) inference leader for the r creation a
cards he received from friends conference leader for he week.
while he was confined to the hos- Dorothy Singleterry and Edna The public is invited to come for
pital. May God bless each of you. Carol Young are visiting in St. this wee kof revival and inspira-'
MRS. IVEY WILLTAMS Louis, Mo., for two weeas. tion. i


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Settl.ire Named

President of Gulf

Rod and Gun Club

Last Saturday, Axi,ust 4. a+ 8 a.m.
an organizational i-,:eetiw was oeld
at Dead Lakes Fish Camp five (5)
miles North of Wewahltchka to or-
ganize the Gulf County Rod and
Gun Club.
After briefly discussing the pro-
posed By-Laws o, the Club the at-
tending boosters voted to accept
the Committees proposed By-Laws,
Then the Club Member.hl'i was
signed by 27 members and the vot-
ing began for, Officers and Direc-
tors.
The officers of. the Gulf County
Rod and Gun Club were elected as
follows: Warren K. Settlemire,
president; Clyde Br'o-,i'-.0 vice
president; John Young. W. E. Gil-
bert, Dr. Robert King, T. D. Hut-
chins and George Core, directors;,I
Kenneth Whitfield, treasurer and
Harry Dowden, secretary.
It was the opinion of all members
ait thi. ieaiua that in a very short
itne l1ife GIlf County Rod and Gun
Culb iwoull o-row to be one of the t


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)ST 9, 1956 Single Copy So NUMBER 50




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Saints End Season School Board Takes Healthy Cut

Here Friday Nite Of Tax Increase

The .St. Joe "Saints" had a very Real estate in the county will St. Joe) whereas your taxes were
good year as far as the league cost the owners about three mills last year $430.75 on $1,000, this next
standing is concerned this season, more in taxes the next time the go round they will be $34.30.
Apalachicola was on top, Saints collector comes around. Although the taxes in this end of
second, Wewahitchka third and According to' the office of the the County were slightly higher last
Panama City in the cellar. Tax Collector, this increase-in mil- year, than in the other end, the
There is one more game of the lage means that if you live in Dis- reason is that this end finished pay-
regular season to be played. A game trict 1 (Wewahitc'hka) and own ing off a school bond last year that
between Apalachicola and the property in the value of $1,000, the other end still owes, Last year,
Saints was rained out earlier in the whereas your- taxes were $30.25, in addition to the school board, this
season and that game will be held the next go round they will be up end had to pay .5 mills to the St.
here Friday, August 10 at S p.m. to $34.30. Joe Fire Control District to pay for
The Oystermen .have. only been If you live in District 2 (Port rural fire protection to the City of
beaten three times this season and ort St. Joe. The upper end's school
the Saints had the pleasure of do- bonds and this end's Fire Control
ing that twice. Manager Hamn. County Schools To District evens up the tax bill.
said his ball players are ready for The County Commissioners bld-
the last regular game of the sea- Open August 31 get was approved without a hitch:
son and he is happy it will be with It amounts to $428,670.43 as com-
Apalachicola here on the home dia- ,Public schools of Port St. Joe pared with this year's budget of
mond, I are scheduled to open for the 1956- $3,52,296.05.
Fans, if you want to see some- 57 session Friday, Augus' 31, as. Broken down by fund, heroes how
thing of interest don't miss this cording to announcements made by this year's millage stacks up witn
last game. Two teams who haven't Hubert Richards, principal of the the upcoming millage: The village
any love for the other, the last Elementary School and Lar:y Bow levied for the General Fund for
game of the season, tempers that doin, principal of 'he Port St. Joe next year is 5.5 as against this
tiave been held all year, and fans High School. year's levy of 5.0 mills.
from both teams who really liven Mr. Bowdoin announced that Fine and Forfeiture Fund village
up a game will all be out at the teachers will report for duty Au- levy is up a full mill. Last time
park Friday night and a good team gust 20. .Students at both schools it was one mill; this timo it fr#Jl
with a little more effort from all will attend a full day and lunch be 2. The Road and Bridge pilll'
concerned will make the season rooms will be open. A routine day's age remained the same 3 mil I
come to a grand climax. run with students attending all day For the operation of the he'i,,'
Support the local team at least classes will be on the 31st. Mon- department in the couira 0.8 %miA&
ance this year. The Saints need day (Labor Day) will be a day off is levied this time; I mill wai.lev-
some fans in the grandstand, for all students with Tuesday begin- ied in last year's budget. (Tbhi
The play-off will begin next week ning the term. money is paid to tle State Trea-
and will be announced at a later .Buses will run their regular surer by the Tax C,,llector,' I(. .J
date. routes on Friday. then turned over to the State lBoard
-------.-.- of Health which pays, the county
health department employees.)
SThe St. Joe Fire Comnc L 'i.r ict
*Fund carries a village levy of .5
mills, the same as last year. This
millage is paid only by those peo-
ple living in the districts around
tt. Joe affected.
S]ainage to meet the school bud&
get took a broader jump than the
millage needed to run the county.









Miss Sara Bray, 1st Lt. Embleton

Are Married In Church Ceremony

Miss Sara Enda Bray became The bride was given in marriage
the bride of First Lt. Frederick Em- by her uncle, Ernest L. Skipper of
bleton, Jr., of the U. S. Air Force Panama City. Best man was Don-
at 5 o'clock, August 4 in a cere- aid Sperioni of Brooklyn, N. Y.
many performed in the First Bap- Ushers were Will Ramsey, Siire-y
tist Church with the Rev. Byron Anchors, Edward Eells, all of Port
Smith, pastor, officiating. St. Joe and James Chatham of
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Jackson, Ala.
Basil W. Bray and the late Mr. Miss Joan Embleton, sister of
Gray. Her husband is the son of the groom was maid of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Embleton, Bridesmaids were Mrs. Irene Ram-
Sr., of Staten Island, N. Y. sey, Mrs. Linda Bray, both of Port
Mrs. Mark Tomlinson played a St. oe, Miss Betty Price, Panama
program of nuptial music. Miss City and Mrs. Paul W. Rivers of
Celia Tomlinson sang, "Because",' Pavo, Ga., Otis Kay Pyle was flow-


and "The Lord's Prayer".


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er girl.
The maid of honor's gown was
of pastel yellow antique taffeta.
The bridesmaid's gowns were iden-
tical of pastel' green antique taffe-
ta with matching picture hats. The
flower girl's gown was of yellow
and was identical to the attend-
ants.
The honor attendant carried a]
fan-shaped bouquet of bronze Fiji
mums. The attendants carried fan-
shapped bouquets of yellow mums. N
The bride chose a gown of im-
ported appliqued tulle over satin
fashioned along princess line and
featured a Queen Ann's collar.
Her three-tiered finger-tip veil
of illusion was attached to a pearl
coronet. She carried a bouquet of
lil'y-of-the-valley centered with a)


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The bride attended Florida State
University in Tallahassee and wa:
currently employed in the accoun--
ing department of the St. Joe Pa.
per Company.
Lt. Embleton, graduate of Brook
lyn Technical High SchooL recei-.
ed his bachelor of science degree
in commerce two years ago from
the University of Ohio in Athenn
He belonged to the Lambda Chi
Alpha Social fraternity. He enter-
ed the Air Force the same year and
is now ,stationed in Fairbanks, Ala -
ka. The couple left Monday for
Fairbanks where they will make
their home.
Out of town guests at the wel
ding were Mr. and Mrs. Henr..-
Dandridge, Lynn Haven, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Embleton, Sr., of
Staten Island, N. Y., Mrs. E. L.
Skipper of Panama City; Mrs. Ola
Kirkland, Alford; Mrs. J. C. Wood-
ham, Sr., Thomasville, Ga.; Mrs.
Rufus Rivers and P. W. Rivers of
Pavo, Ga.; Mrs. Ruth Kirkland and
children Mike and Linda of Do-
than, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
Kirkland, Panama City; Mrs. A. G.
Appleburg, Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. om Haney, Panama City; Mrs.
Virginia Sexton, Panama City;
Mrs. Lucille Morris and Carla Sue
of Panama City; Mrs. Ned Brock,
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. J. P.


white orchid and ribbon streamers.
AWilliams of Marianna, Mr. and
A reception followed at the home Mrs. B. B. Carroll and sons Jesse
of the bride. The bride's table was and George of Dothan, Ala.; Mr.
overlaid with a maderia cloth cen- and Mrs. ack Peterson, Wauke-
tered with a three-tiered cake ga l. Miss Emma Stevens, Pan-
flanked by crystal candleabra. Mr. ga I Ms Emma Steen Pan
A. G. Appleburg o Panamama City; Johnny McCall, Panama
A. G. Appleburg of Panama City City; Miss Betty Sue Lindsey and
cut the cake. Mrs. C. C. Price, Panama City.
,Serving punch was Miss CarolynMrs C. C. Price, Panama City.
Traweek, Miss Fay Fleishel, Miss Advertisina Doesn't Cost It PAYS


TO THE PUBLIC
We will be out of town from August 15 until August 20.
We wish at this time to thank you very much for the wonderful
business you have given us over the past two years. For services
that we may perform you can contact us before or after the
above dates. For services that can wait for our return you can
call BAll 7-3032 where your call will be taken and given us on
our return.
THANKS VERY MUCH,

Kennedy Electric and Refrigeration Service




Well Drilling

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Phone 7-7454 Beacon Hill


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.. k.. Washington

SEE SAW
by WIN PENDLETON
"-- PRESIDENT Who? That
1Lhe. Washington question this
..:.. .. if anybody know; for sure,
'-e i .n'r saying. It might e-en be a
Evi-de-op,-a race, and if i1 is, the
peoplee in Florida will be watching
,, rnr r -ievision screens wital more
tan ,ur .t ial interest. when the Demo-
ai5 ,,.-Let in Chicago. Because on
m I-lnn ai, .- Hill, when this race is men-
r,,ned. he name of George Sinath-
'elrs ki.ps coming up. Everybody
Brigman-Tarantino knows he is'a pal of Lyndon John-
Engagement Announced.son and Stuart Syming,.o. It was
E Johnson who slated him for his
Mr. and Mrs. Durel Bwig ban an- assignment as Senatorial Campaign
Manager for the Democrats in the
ounce hte engagement of their upcoming election. And now, on the
daughaer,,Carolyn Anne, to Stephen eve of the Conventioa another
Ferris Tarantino, son of Mr. and move has been made for him--cal-
Mrs. Sylsvester TaranWino of Apa- culated to give him the big chancee
lachicola. The wedding will be an that he needs. Smathers has be(u
event of early fall, selected to address the Convention


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Assisting was Mrs. Willia-i Ch s- r.-:.- < r !-.; Mrs. W. J. Herring. 19
fin, Mrs. Charles Gill, Mrs. Rodiall ... .iieL'- -. and three visitors were
Childers. Mrs. Chauncey Costin *,,--.en
Mrs. W. D. Dare and Mrs. E. L 0'1:.-r: uced as visitors were Mrs.,
ipprI ti wenss, Mrs. Brady Jordan


on Monday afternoon. He will call
the issues for the November elec-
tions and will introduce the incum-
bent Senators who face Republi-
can opposition. He'll be speaking to
a nation-wide television audience,
Here is his big opportunity. If he
makes the right kind of speech-
and impresses the millions of peo-
ple who will be watching--who
knows? He might cinch the vice-
presidential spot for himself. Even
though he is not a strong Steven-


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to pull it off. He's all set up for it
anyway. His friends have done all
they can for him, It's up to him.
How will he come out? Worth
watching, Monday afternoon, Au
gust 13.
HELP FOR MILLS CREEK -
When Mills Creek overflow As near
Callahan in Nassau County, chtl
dren can't get to school, acres of
farm land are flooded, and water
stands in homes and business
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NEWS FROM
Highland View
Py HELEN RICHARDS
Phone BAll 7-2627
Mrs. Henry Chitty and children
of Bonifay spent Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke.
Mrs. A. B. Rhames and children
spent the week end in Blountstown
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pitts
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Christmas
of QiKeel, spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Christ-
mas.
Mr. and Mrs. H, J. Foster visit-
ed his sister and family, Mr. and-
Mrs. Fred Hicks of Warsaw.
Miss Faye Rhames is staying in
Blountstown for two weeks with
her cousin, Inell Pitts.
Mrs. C. L. 'Coker and daughte-,
Jeanie, spent the week end in
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. R.
D. Herring.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Baker and chil
dren of Pensacola spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. W. V.
Burke.
P3 Leslie Coker spent 15 days
LEGAL AD /ER RISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDAa
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 petition has been filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court at Wewahitchka, Florida, praying for
the adopiton of Bonnie Diane Whitaker. You
are hereby commanded to appear in the
above named court on or before 21 August,
1956, to show cause why the petition filed
by Roosevelt Morris, should not be granted.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here-
unto set my hand and official seal at We-
wahitchka, Florida, this the 18th day of a
July, 1956.
GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk of Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida,
by ROSELLE GASKIN
Deputy Clerk A


Henry Ayers.
Mrs. Marie Gray and children,
Fred, Mamie. Harry and Cora Lee
of Carrabelle visited the Clinton
Cox family Tuesday, enroute to
Golconda, Illinois.
Mrs. Cora Collingsworth of West-
ville spent last week with her
daughter, Mrs. Cleo Gaisous and
family.
Henry Rogers and son, Lewis,
have returned from a few days va-
cation in DeFuniak Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Stanley and
boys spent several days in Hos-
ford with relatives.
Mrs. Paul Davidson spent sev-
eral days in Vernon with her par-
ents.
Mrs. W. W. Garrett has returned
home after spending three weeks
in Florala, Alabama with her bro-
ther, !Cleo Thompson ani family
and other relatives, Bruce Thomp-
son accompanied her home for a
two weeks visit.
G. A.'s MEET
The Junior .G. A.'s of the l-igi-
land View Baptist Church met at
4:15 p.m. with eight members pres-
ent. Mrs. DuBose acted as coun-
selor. The vice-president gave the
scripture from Matt. 174:12-24. The
group said the G. A. watchword
and allegiance and sang the fi-st
verse of the G. A. hymn. Prayer
followed by Mrs. DuBose. A short
business session was held, with


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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP --------11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION --- 6:45 p.m.
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ut changes in the benefit provisions
and also bring additional groups of
people under social security for the


people make application under the
disability freeze provision v.- hIi
has been in effect since 1954.


have their benefits reduced. Appli-
cation for these benefits may be
filed beginning August 13, 1956. The


nrst time. Social security benefits are now benefits will not be effective, how-
available to totally disabled unmar- ever, until November 1956.
each officer giving their report. ried children over the age of 18 Also beginning in November 1956,
Libby Adams dismissed the meet- based on the earnings of a retired a widow who lost her social se-
ing with prayer. or deceased parent provided the curity benefits by remarriage can
Card of Thanks child was totally disabled prior to have her benefits restored if her
I would like to take this oppor- age 18 and has remained totally present husband dies within a year
tunity to express my thanks to disabled ever since. These b'.nefits of their marirage and there is no
my many friends for their kindness 'will be available for the nmonth of natural or adopted child of such
and cards hown me during my re- October 1, 1956. Mothers of such- marriage.
cent illness. disabled children can also qualify 'The changes in the law pro-
MRS. W. W. GOAIRRETT for benefits at the same time if vide an extension of time in which


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STARTERS and GENERATORS
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Wool and nylon, Wool and mohair.
All wool tweeds.



19 to

SHORTIE COATS
All wool checks, suedes and fleece.


Jrs. and Misses Sizes
By "Betty Rose" and "Kampus
Coats".


GIRLS


Dresses

For 'Back To School
By "Kate Greenaway"
"Peaches 'N Cream",
'Dot 'N Dash".
Choose from plaids,
prints and solids.
Gingham, broadcloth
and many other fab-
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Top of the class in
any grade.
3-6X, 7-14

$1.29

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all wool jersey. Rayon flannel, Ccetate
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SLong sleeve car-
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These match for
twin sets.' Sizes
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Fall Shoes for the Entire Family
Ladies, We Have Dress Shoes, Casuals
'Najtiur.l Bridge" $8.95 10.95
"Fashion Park" $4.98 $5.95
"Scamperoos" $3.98
Others $1.98 to $5.95
FOR MEN
"Rand" $9.95 $14.75
"Randcraft"' $5.95 $10.95
FOR CHILDREN
"Poll Parrot" $4.95 $0.50
"Scamperoos" $3.95 $4.95
Special 'Purchase Girl's Scamperoos
Red 2 strap, Blue 1 strap. Cushion crepe
soles. Reg. $3.98 value. Sizes 8% to 3.
$2.98


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FLANNELS TWEEDS CORDUROY
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Men's Flannel Suits (2 pants) .--. $39.50
Men's Flannel Sport Coats ....---- $15.75 $19.75
Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts ---- $1.98 $3.98
Boy's Suits, 3 to 18 $5.95 $22.50
Boy's Sport Coats, 4 to 18 $5.95 $14.75
Boy's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts, 2 to 18 $1.59 $1.98


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:Claytin L. Coker, SoCial SeCUrty insurnc L w Is : child, ment can be filed and an extension 104 or two years after SeptemNhi.
LJames Johnson is visiting his .* Under the 1956 Amendments, sof.' of the period in which proof of 1956, whichever is later.
wife Jean and children, Robert and Changed Giving Wider. Coverage cial ecut benefits are a support must le be b dependent mh the 1956 Amendments to
Connie an dhis parents, Mr. and to women-at the age of 62. ork- husbands, widowers, and parents the iSocial ISecurity Law, all self-
Mrs. Clayton L. Coker. In lag women and wives of men re- if there is good cause for failure toemployed people arenow under so
Mrs. Pearl Whitfield spent three Major changes were made in the 'Social security benefits are now ceiving retirement checks who ap- havefiled these claims within thecial security except doctors of medi-
weeks In Rockport, Texas, visiting Social Security Law when Presi- available for completely disabled ply before the age of 65 will re- time limitation. The time limitation cine All other professional self-
her mother, Mrs. J. D. Townsend, dent Eisenhower signed the Sicial workers at the age of 50 instead ceive reduced benefits on aslAding has beenwithin two years after thee
whi is ill. Security Amendments of 195s on of 5. These benefits will not begin scale. WVomen who qualify for a death ofthe insured worker f played atndal othe people who
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Ayers and August 1, John V. Carey, district before July 19'57 and noapplications social security benefit based on the d cause can be shown for the 'partners in a trade r business,
daughter Bonnie and Chief Ayers manager of the Panama City social for disability benefits can be ac- earnings of a deceased husband or failure to apply, te claimant now are covered by social uness if
of Birmingham, Alabama were the slecurlty office, said today. The cepted before October 1, 1956. It as a dependent mother on the earn- has an additional two year period (Continu ed On Page 6)
week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 1956 Amendments make a number is, however, important that disabled ings of a deceased child wilt not


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Published Every Thursday At 306 Wlliame Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By Th Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Lizmtrpe Operator, Ad Man,. Floor Man, Columnlst,
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
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Entered as second-clssu matter, December 19. 1987, at the
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DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in adver-
tisements, the publishers do not hold themselves labl for
damages further than amount received for such advertlsemtnt
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely assert
the printed word thoroughly cnovincea. The poken ord
l list" the prnuttd word resnaisa.


The Newspaperman Is. .

The newspaperman is the historian of right now. He
writes literature under pressure go that those who run may read.
It is the newspaperman who makes the heroes and the bums.
On what he hears and sees depends the future's estimate of who
did what and to whom. There is no point in scoring a Grand
Slam at golf or discovering the North and South Poles on the
same day uriless there is a newspaperman on hand to supply the
details and let the folks back home know about it.
The newspaperman is the creator of fame because he
is the little guy with the press card in his hatband who lets
others know what happened where and why. He used to be the
Town Crier; he is now the World Crier.
The newspaperman is above price and unmindful of in-
fluence. He can't be bribed, nor can he be dissuaded from his
duty by threats or promises even though he may have holes in
the seat of his pants and have no idea where last month's rent
is coming from.
The newspaperman is the conscience of his town, his
country, his state, his nation, and his world. He wants to know
the truth, and he won't quit until he finds it.
The newspaperman is the difference between democracy
and dictatorship. Lock the doors in his face, and human rights
and liberties go out the window: He wants nothing for himself
that all can't share. But he is the spotlight that shines into dark
corners and exposes the ogres of greed and double-dealing.
If there is any nobler calling than that of the newspaper-
man it has not as yet been clearly defined. He is a minister,
judge, confessor, counselor, all rolled into one. He reports the
facts as he finds them without fear or favor or hope of reward.
He is, to put it in a word, "Truth!"
From the Leesburg Commercial

What College?

One of America's leading soap companies recently ad-
vertised for young people to add to their marketing staff. The ad
listed requirements for the job and one of the points was, "From


what college did you gradwua?" \.
They didn't aj if the applicant had a collegee education,
but rather demanded the applicant have a degree.
This policy seems to be quito general in the fields of
marketing, advertising, newspapering, etc., and hon-college men
find it difficult to gain recognition.
This policy is a form of discrimination, for there are
good men who didn't have the opportunity of attending college
. such as the president of J. Walter Thompson advertising
agency, to state one example.
A degree is a splendid thing to have, but brain power can
also be inherited.

Kefauver Withdraws

Even as the Republicans were moving toward a livelier
convention with the possibility of a contest over Mr. Eisen-
hower's running mate the Democrats moved toward a less
lively meeting. For Senator Kefauver's pulling out reduced the
chances for a close, hard-fought struggle over the presidential-
nomination.
Governor Harriman stoutly declares he is in the race to
the end, and claims many Kefauver supporters are coming into
his camp. But the Tennessee senator plainly expressed his own
desire that the should go to Adlai Stevenson, and some of them
will. Mr. Stevenson already had such a lead that even a small
addition of "sure" delegates to his column could put him -close
to nomination on the first ballot.
A few days ago the New York Times made a survey of
probable delegates strength at the Democratic convention. It
showed Mr. Stevenson having roughly 400, Mr. Kefauver 200,
and Governor Harriman 140. With 686% required to nominate
and several "favorite sons" holding delegates known to be friendly
to Mr. Stevenson, the Harriman hope appears slim indeed.
The Kefauver move may also lessen the prospects for a
battle over the second-place spot. It places the senator in a fav-
orable position in that race. Both sides deny any "deal". Even
so the Stevenson forces may well feel like rewarding the senator
and enlisting his supporters. Yet the more radical elements in
the party may show enough strength to upset any such calcula-
tions.
Certainly citizens who have been looking forward to
seeing a real "shindig" at Chicago should not too quickly des-
pair. It will still be an "open convention" with plenty of room
for sharp contests over both candidates and platform planks.


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVF
By HELEN NORRIS


MX" Pat spam oo fDeruniait
Springs spent a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. IHerman Ard.
Mrs. Howard Linebargar spent
Friday in Panama City on business.
Mrs. Nelson Gardner, Miss Eve-
lyn Shealey and Linda Faye spent
a few days in Tallahassee on busi-
ness.
Mrs. Monroe Darby is spending
a few days in Tallahassee on busi-
ness.
Mrs. Monroe Darby is spending
a few days in Alabama visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson and
children are spending a few days
in Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray and chil-
dren spent Friday in Moultrie, Geor-
gia visiting with Mrs. Hester.
Miss Minnie Ola Ray spent the
week end with Mrs. Hester.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray and fam-
ily attended the Ray family reun-
ion in Altha Sunday..
Albert Ray, son of Mr and Mrs.
L. P. Ray, spent a few days in
Pensacola visiting with friends.
Mrs. Eunice Vickers is spending


a few days in Marianna on bus, Love, Mrs, N. B. Young, Mrs, Wn.n
ness, na Todd, Mrs. A. E. Jernigan, Mrs.
Honored With Shower Tony Weeks and Mrs. Jeff Dyke~s
I Howard Linebargar of Tyndall
Mrs. W. C. Wilson and Mrs. Joe AiFB spent a few days with his wife
Burns honored Mrs. Ike Hall with ,Mrs. Boncile Linebargar -and Mr.
a stork shower Friday night at the and Mrs. W. B. Dykes.
home of Mrs. W. Wilson on Mrs. Eldridge Adams gave a
Madison Street in Oak Grove. Re- Mrs Eldidge Adam a
freshments of Cokes, cake and Tupperware party Thursday night
f at her home on adison Street In
cookies were served to the follow- at Ger ome on aditon Strnet in
ing guests: Mrs. Thomas Webb, ak Grove. Those atending were
Mrs. Woodrow Shoots, Mrs. Eva her father and mother. Mr. and
Weston, Mrs. Grace Deese, Mrs. Mrs. Grant of Panama City, Mrs.
C. Es Glass, J., Toby Wor- Stella Norris, Mrs. Allen H. Norris,
CL 0. E G lass, Jr., M rs. T oby W or- M.. .. .d R l.,I" W. C.' W il-
ley, Mrs. Allen Norris, Mrs. L. C. Mrs Lloyd Rley, lMr. w. wn-
Davis, Mrs. Joe Burns Mrs. Nel- son, Mrs Toby Worley, Miss Jen-
son Gardner, Mrs. Lloyd Riley, Mrs. ney Kay Norris Mss Juanita Nor-
Eldridge Adams, Mrs. Georgia Man- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese and
ess, Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Mrs. How- chren and MRo ne ou smo rd
ard J. Linebargar, Mrs. Ivis E. Pin- children and Ronnie Young motor-
ter, Mrs. Monroe J. Darby, and the ed to Carrabelle Sunday on busi-
honoree, Mrs. Ike Hall. Those send- ness.
ing gifts but were unable to come
were: Mrs. Nita Jolley Mrs. Ton One of the natural characteristic
-N.of cranberry jelly and other tart
Levins, Mrs. W. B. Dykes, Mvlrs. fruit Jelly is to "weep" after the
Richard Hanlon, Mrs. Connie Gay, mold is cut. To prevent this, place
Mrs. S. L. Roberts,: Mrs. Anderson cranberry Jelly in smaller molds
Davis, Miss Gypsie Love, Mrs. Cur- so that all' of it will be used .up Il
tiss Gwaltney, Mrs. Jadine Ellis, one meal. Then none will be left
Mrs. J. -T. Campbell, Mrs. W. S. to stand and "weep."


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daughter Juanita and Mrs. Ester
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Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris and.
children and. Mr. and Mrs. Curley
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,._- ^UUJ. __ interim moL ioreLi to Paniluama it.
Friday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskings Friday on business.
Curley Pinter of Orlando spent
had as their company for a week, a few days visiting with his wife
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wood and and children.
daughter, Gayne, of Milledgeville, Mr. and Mrs. Ivis E. Pinter re-
Georgia. turned home to Orlando Saturday
Mrs. Lavern Bennett and chil- after spending some time with Mr.
dren an Miss Helen Norris motor- and Mrs. Allen Norris and children.
ed to Panama City Thursday on Mrs. Herman Ard spent a few
business. days in DeFuniak Springs visiting
Mr. and Mrs.-Hansel Norris and with friends and relatives.


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| DouglaS went I1 years at h in sport* and taking hi pleq ag
TOO LATE T0 school and graduated as ready for any normal student. He will major
A C Y Ib gh school, His training had taught in engineering.
C LA I FY him to make no concessions o his Doug is confident of his ability
By RUSSELL KAY handicap and he made none, Class- to hold his own In college just as
mates soon learned to treat him as he did in high school. He has prov-
One of the most Inspiring tores they would any normal studer.;, ed to himself that he can compete
that has come to my s atenpir ong a- Ph helped him with hi hjime with normal people, and while
pearqd recently in the Lake Wanion work rrd encouraged him, Washington 'University isn't a
News. It was the story-of a )ura.' He vas elected to the Key C'ub school for the deaf, he knows that
ge t aer who although stne and in his senior year was spuw ts he can hear with his eyes and win
geaten-ager who, al thoug stone o -iter and circulation manager of the higher education to which he'
deaf, refused to let this tremendous he school paper. He attended aspires.
hafromeap stop him, ales Higrah S school dances and parties, learned So, when the classroom bell rings
in thelasof 1956 with hign hon- to drive a car, participated in in St. Louis next week Douglas
ors. I school sports and became a crack won't hear it, but he will take his
Douglas 1B. Bullard, Jr., was shot and an avid fisherman, seat wilth hundreds of other slu-
stricken totally deaf from an at-1 IDoug won the good will and ad- dents, living proof that dsatfnos
lack of streptococcus meningitis at miratiorn of teachers an datudents :. be overcome with training and
the age of 3%. Placing the future alike. His teachers credit him with determination.
welfare of their child above emo- marvelous powers of observa.io, There is no state law in Florida
Signal reactions his parents placed and concentration. He followed di- requiring doctors or schools to re-
him in the Central Institute for the reactions much better than most stu- port cases of deafness, regardless;
Deaf in St. Louis, as they were as- dents and his ability to lin read of age, so it is anyone's guess
sured the sooner training began enabled him to follow the teach- whether our present state facili-
the better chance he would have er's every word. His voice control ties are adequate or only handling
Sr a normal life in spite of Ihis af- steadily improved and students in a small portion of those In need
fiction. It isn't easy for loving par- class with him d idnot think of of training.
ents to leave their child with total him as being handicapped. His Florida may well be proul o'
strangers at such a tender age, but grades were high and now he Is Douglas B. Bullard, Jr., for the
today the Bullards are glad that planning to go to college. courage and determination he ha
they had the courage to do so. In th' fall he will enter Washing- displayed dn overcoming his handi-
Florida today offers no training, ton University in St. Louis. He i nis example should be an in-
fr the deaf under six years of age, won't hear the bell ring for classes cap. Hison to others, and he ren in
although children have been trained nor will he hear the music of the fleets credit on all teen-agers at a
to lip read at the age of nine band or orchestra, but he plans to time when many of them with no
months, and every month's delay in continue through his college years handicap are following the path of
the start of such training makes as he did in high school attending juvenile delinquents. Perhaps if
the task that much more difficult, social affairs dances, participating some of these wayward youngsters


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c Home Repairs

and Remodeling

No Months
Down To
Payment Pay
Approximate Cost for Average Size Home
NEW 210 Lb. SHINGLE ROOF $9.59 per month
NEW BATH FIXTURES $6.39 per month
NEW BED ROOM $38.33 per month
EXTERIOR PAINTING $8.63 per month
Present Home Mortgage Doesn't Keep You From
Receiving A Loan
We Use Nationally Advertised Materials

B. B. & G. Company
Phone BAll 7-3321 326 Reid Ave.
-- -- -- -


clear household ammonia. Rinse,
dry and then sandpaper before
applying new varnish.
Want to start your barbecue fire
or fireplace quickly? Soak a brick
In kerosene and use this as a sub-
ltitute for kindling wood.
Clean your toaster regularly.
this is especially true when weath-
er is humid as the crumbs wI
gather moisture and will cause
the toaster to rust.
To. prevent fires, always throw
fway any papers or cloths on
which there is paint or varnish as
well as cloths which have been
based for waxing. These contain
Ingredients which are inflammable:
Wd should not be kept around
The house.


would stop and think for a moment
about Doug and what he has achiev-
ed it might have a steadying in-
fluence.

Social Security
(Continued From Page S)
their net profit is as much as $400
in a tax year. Specifically, the 1956
changes bring lawyers, dentists,
chiropractors, veterinarians, natur
opaths, osteopaths, and optome-
trists who are self-employed under
soda Isecurity for the first time
effective for taxable years which
end after 1955.


1954 FORD Fordor $109500
Radio, Heater and Overdrive


1952 PONTIAC
Radio and Heater

1952 DODGE
Radio and Heater

1951 CHEVROLET
Tudor


$69500


$49500


$29500


AS IS BARGAINS

1947 CHEVROLET COUPE
1946 FORD TUDOR
1946 PONTIAC ------------ $59


St. Joe


Motor Co.


Phone 7-3737


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FINAL CLEARANCE OF SUMMER MERCHANDISE


All Sales Cash


MEN'S




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AND UP


MEN'S
STRAW HATS
MEN'S Reg. $4.95
SWIM TRUNKS
MEN'S All Name Brands
SPORT SHIRTS
MEN'S STRETCH
SoX 2F


$1.00

$1.00

$2.00


'air $1.00


MEN'S DENIM LOAFER
SLACKS $2.00 & $3.00


AUGUST
9-10-11


ODDS and ENDS MEN'S Reg. to $12.95
SHOES $3.00 to $5.00


LADIES and CHILD'S
BEACH ROBES
CHILDREN'S
PLAY SUITS
CHILD'S PEDAL PUSHERS and
SHORTS
CHILDREN'S
SANDALS


Reg. $1.49 to $2.98 BOY'S SHIRTS and
T-SHIRTS $1.00

FOR SCHOOL Boy's Ivy League
PANTS $5.00


BOYS

SWIM

TRUNKS

$1.00


SEE OUR NEW FALL SELECTIONS IN GIRLS and LADIES SHOES
JUST ARRIVED: New Lady Manhattan Transition Cottons for that in-between
season.


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PHONE 7-9171


It is important that everyone un' military personnel and tehr The Pity,
derstands the effect of toe 1968 social security office for this coun- I -..-..-
changes affecting the farm workers, ty is at Mercer Avenue, Panama A tdv'i tiing doesn't cost-it pays!


601G T0 BE A GOOD SCRAP


HAVE some dents in your light-
weight pots or pans? They
ran be hammered out easily if
you'll wrap the hammer head with
plectricians tape and pound the
lent out easily and gently.
Have you wobbly ladders?
Kave all the parts tightened and
prevent them from slipping by-
sovering the bottom tips with
pipped off loops from old inner
hibing.
-Before you paint old varnish, go
over the wood with full strength
THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
Exotic Frosty Peaches
(Serves 6)
6 canned cling peaches
1 cup canned peach syrup
% cup sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon finely chopped
Scandied ginger
Chill peaches. Heat together
syrup and sugar until sugar is
dissolved.
Add lemon juice and ginger;
cool then place in freezing com-
partment and freeze until firm,
stirring occasionally. Drain
peaches and place a mound
! of the frozen mixture on each
I half and serve immediately.


$1.00


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$1.00


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF C-N'T(; FIl
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onymous has been formed in Po:r
St. Joe and is now holding meet-
ings twice a week. All person. de-
siring the service& of chls gruup
may contact P. 0. Box 241 or c]il
BAll 7-3646.
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FOR SALE: Modrn-i 2 d?,orri PIANO TUNING and REPAIR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
house. Near .N-,L armtit Il -nri MELODY MUSIC MART GULF COUNTY FLORIDA
ead Lake in Wewa. on HLi -:1i:.- 137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 5-4711 IN CHANCERY.
71. Call Joe Flin in V'wa. NEA.in Panama City, Florida SUSI HODRICK Adminitratrix
SUSIE HODRICK, Administratrix
9-2502. or E. Tom Pridgeon, re FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Palm of the estate of Dan Hodrick,
tered Real Estate Broker, phone Blvd., Good condition. Down pay- deceased.
3BAl 7-7741, Port St. Joe. 2tp ment $1200. Balance on FHA lan. Plaintiff,
FOR SALE: Small grocery, market FRANK HANNON H L. FLOWERS et al.,
and house combination. On high- Registered Real Estate Broier H. L. FLOWBIS, et el.,
way 22, west of Wewa. Good loca- Phone 7-3491 Defendants.
tin and business. Call Mrs. Joe PIANO TUNING and REPAIR THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Flint, Wewa, NEwton 9-2502. 2tp Special discounts to TO H. L.FLOW-RS, if alive, and,
Flint, Wewa, NEwton 92502. 2 churches and Cvic Groups if dead, to his unknown heirs, devis-
FOR RENT: Small unfurnished All Work Guaranteed ees, legatees, or grantees; ani to
house 1305 Long, Ave. Bobby Bax- CHARLES A. SCURLOCK all persons having or claiming an
ley. tfc8-2 Ph. 74691 509 10th St. interest in the following descr bed
lands;
WANTED: Work by day. White SPECIAL SERVICES Lots 16, 18 and 22, in Block 1001,
widow. Box 63, Highland View. of the City of Port St. Joe, Flor-
I ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work ida, according to the official map
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments 1 guaranteed. Quick dependable thereof on file in the office of the
one and two bedrooms with w;n- service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
dow fans. Wimico Lo'Igo, Phone County, Florida.
9-4083. White City. 4tp-8- ,TV ANTENNAS installed clean- Cuty
Sed and re-wired. Phone BA 7992 You are hereby notified that a
FOR RENT: 1 room for men only. Bill Bowen. tc6-14 proceeding to quiet title has been
Private entrance and bith. Pfonc proceeding to quiet title has been
7-3726. 311 Woodward. Ito -QR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing brought in the Circuit Court for
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. Gulf County, Florida, against you,
FOR RENT: Apartmencs. 529 4th -Ihone 7-7846. Outboard motors r(e and against all persons claiming
St. Mrs. A. R. Sheffied. ltp paired, also. any estate, right, title or interest
__in, or lien upon, the above described
ALL FANS have got to go. All re- Keys Made While You Wait real property, situate in Gulf Coun-
duced 25%. Western Auto Assoc- ty, Florida, and you are hereby re-
late Store. lie 35c EACH quired to serve a copy of your an-
-. .--." ---- -... BICYCLE PARTS swer or pleading to the complaint
ALL FANS have got to ,go. All re- WESTERN AUTO on the plaintiffs attorney, Cecil G.
duced 25%. Western Auto Assoc- R Costin, Jr., 211 Reid Avenue, Port
late Store. tc Re-el Parts and Repairs st. Joe, Florida, and file the origi-
HOUSE FOR SALE: Modern 2- "'ADE US that useless article for Clerksw of Circuit Courit of Gulf ou
bedroom. Large lot, Ba front. Something useful. STOP and ty, Florida ,on or before August
Tile bath. Oak floor. Phone7-4841 'WAP. r 7, 1956. If you 'ail to do so, decree
or see Mrs Sanders Chtty, -9 E. TOM PRIDGEON pro confess will be entered against
MReal Estate & Insurance you for the relief demanded in the
PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL WORK BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. Bill of Complaint. b ..
Telephone BAll 7-3886 1312 Palm This notice shall be published
Blvd. Cecil Parrish. 4tp KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE- once each week for four consecu-
-- FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li- tive weeks in The Star, Port St.
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN with ensed electrical contractor. All Joe, Florida. .
Full-time Pay and Part-time kinds electric and refrigeration WITNESS my hand and seal of
Work. $50.00 or more per week part service and installation. Phone said Court at Wewahitchka, Gulf
time. Sell nationally known Tupper- .-3082. tic County, Florida, this 21st day of
ware on the home party plan. Deal-' July, 1'906.
ers needed in this area. Call or F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say- /s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
write E-Konomy Sales, Parcel Post ing money see us for anything As Clerk of said Circuit
Sta. Box 2501, Taflahassee, Fla., you need In your home. STOP and Court
8-8210 or 2-3587. SWAP SHOP. -ourt._ _. -
FOUND DRIFTING. Plywood boat WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, NOTICE OF REGULAR
near Lake Wimdico on July 4. Can THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- MUNICIPAL ELECTION
be seen at C. F. Hardy at White ,ng first and third Monday nights Notice is hereby given that the
ity. 3tp7-19 400 p.m.. American Legion Home. First Primary Election for the elec-
FOR SALE: Plymouth club coupe. | A. M.-Regular convocation of tiol oftw (2) City Comissioners,
5Radio and heater. $150. 6 horse St. Joseph Chater No. 56, R. A. in group four (4) wll be held at
outboard motor. 312 Duval St., Mrs. M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-the City Hall Fire Station in the
M. H. Conger. Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge, City of Port St. Joe, Florida on
I secretary. Tuesday, September 11, 1956.
BABY CHICKS (HERE WILL BE a regular com-. The polls will open at 8:00 o'clock
Only $2.95 per 100 munication of Port St. Joe Lodge A.M. and close at 7:00 o'clock P.M.
Rocks, Reds, Hamps,Leghorns No. 111, AM every secon andEastern Standard Time.
OuCD' choice fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m Where there are more than two
'N 0 'sPlesefuAll Master Masons cordially' .invited. candidates for any one office and
BUD'S CHICKS Master Masons eoray neither shall rece ive a majority of
11 Montgomery Avenue J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M. the total votes cast for such office,
Greenville, S. C. F. W. CHANDLER, See. then another election shall be held
one week from the date of the first
WANTED: Man, lady or couple for LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE election, or September 18. 1956, at
full or part-time job Write, Great Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 which time the two candidates re-
South, Bonifay Fla. tf7-24 Fourth St.. meeting night every other ceiving the largest number of votes
S .Monday ., in the former election shall be vot
HOUSE FOR SALE: Modern 2.. ed on again.
bedroom. Large lot, Bay front. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. R. W. HENDERSON 4t
Tile bath. Oak floor, Phone 7-4841 F.-Meets first and third Thur City Auditor and Clerk 8-9
or see Mrs. Sanders Chitty, 1007 lays,7:30p.m. In Masonic Hall. All Adoa Ce8---
Monument Ave. 4tc-7-19 members urged to attend vsitin REGSTRATION OF LECTO
FOR SALE: 25-ft. semi-cabin cruis- G. F. LAWRENCE, FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
er. New Gray marine engine. 62 A. P. GILBRRT, Secty. The City registration books wil
hp. Call 7-77,61 or see Bob Buchert. open- at 9:00 a.m. Monday. August
hp. Call 7-7761 or see Bob Bchert LCOHOLISM, recognized by the 20, 1956 at the office of the Cit;:
USED PIANOS American Medical Association as Clerk at the City Hall. nose wisi-
from $25.00 a disease is no respecter of pew- tng to register as voters for 'he
MELODY MUSIC MART ,sons, nor is it essentially a mo al Municipal E!.-,ri Primary to beo
137 Harrison Ave. question. A group of the new world- held September 11, 1956, may legis-
Panama City, Florida wide fellowship of Alcoholics An- ter between the hours of 9: 00 A.M.


FORD



has the


lowest-


priced



truck line


Most horsepower per dollar-.
V-8 or Six!
Compare all makes of trucks. Compare net
horsepower, compare 'suggested list prices.
You'll discover that Ford gives yonu more
power for your money than any other truck
line! And only Ford gives you the gas and oil
economy of a modern Short Stroke engine in
every truck, V-8 or Six.
The factory-suggested list prices of Ford
Trucks are scaled right down with the lowest.
Many, many Ford Truck models are priced
BELOW all competitive makes! And Fords pay
off to owners through resale value:'ii stays
high, thanks to the big demand for used
. Ford Trucks. Consider maintenance costs'.
Ford Trucks are built stronger for proven*
Longer life! -


-. Heavier loads! Ford F-100's front and
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hA6l\e life insurance experts prove Ford Trucks last longer. .


ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY


and 12:,00 Noon. aadfic.'tiil I P- .- to bare made.
to 5:00, pm M.NPit.- it,.:-ui Witness my hand and ibe ouif-
day and from 9ia,' A .I .' ,iai seal of tne Ci:.- oi Port S1. Joe,
Noon on Satui-tl1 '. b.- ].:,i. s \.\ Fijortida tin. '0 0thm dae of July A. D
gust 20 and continuing Lurou-h 19456.
12:0') o'clock Noon, Satahl-.,'. Sirp R. W. HENDERSON
member 1, 195 at a'iiian t.11 t City Auditor and Clerk
reglstradiou books lill (-I::.L. i as Ex-Oifclo Tax Assei.sor
persons wbuho have .'.-*i r. a: --
electors In the City of fP'S s i- Washington See Saw
within the past four year> are- not ason See Saw
required to re-regls3er Ciltizen, ofI (Continued From Page 2)
the United States for the past year houses. Last year, during a period
and have been residents of tbe of high water ,somebody said, "It
City of Port St. Joe for six months would take an act of Congress to
and who are twenty-one years of get this mess strai ned out."
age are eligible -for- registration., get this -mess arraigbteued out."
R. W. HENDERISON 3t Apparently that remark woke up
ICity Auditor and Clerk 8-9 some people. Next thing, Congress.
man Billy Matthews ha.i introduced
NOTICE a bill in Congress, authorizing the
Notice is hereby given that the Arm, Engineers to stidy the flood
City Tax Assessment.,Roll for the
City of Port ;St. Joe, Forida, for control needs at Mills C.0e 1h. In the
the.tax year 1956, will be submitted closing days of Congress, wlatthows'
to the Tax Equalizing Board for ap- bill passe'. Thanks to b m-and a
proval on the 21st day of August A. casual remark--maybe omE relief"
D., 1956, at the City Hall at 7:00maybe some ee
p.m. All. persons desiinug to have will come to the folks who live
corrections made in such roll, whe- near Mills Creek, near Callahan in
their in the listing, valuation of pro- Nassau County.
perty or otherwise, are requested to
file with the uindersigned on or be- AAIRC FOR FLORIDA.'That's
fore the 14th day -of Augu: ]33>, the Army Applied Ionization Radia-
their petition setting forth their ton Cnter. It will consit of a
objections to such assessment and on t o s of
the corrections' which they desire group of the nation's to) scientists


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on September 25th, the hearings


fhio on your printing Is a asign of u.lltv.


COSTING'S


Day 1Thursday, Friday, Saturday
*I'-UE da AUGUST 9-10-11




Summer Clearance SU



1 LOT Beautiful Summer BOYS


Piece Goods Sport shirts
WERESHORT SLEEVE
WERE NOW

3 YARDS $1.69-------- ----$1.19

$2.98 ------- $1.98

LADIES ALL 'MEN'S MEN'S
LADIES MM
COTTON SLIPS SUMMER Nationally Advertised SUMMER

ane SHOES SWIM TRUNKS $6.95to
GOWNS MARKED TO e8.9 $895 to S5.00
S1-2 1-2eg. $9.95

Reg. 2.98 PRICEPRICE SmallCharge for

CHILDREN'S ALL LADIES



SHin er Dresses Snuimer Skirts



Haif Price _F_ Price


FINAL! LADIES and CHILDREN'S

LADIES' SUMMER Suits


SHORTS PEDAL PUSHERS

S3 ALL GOING


Has Pri e r r ce

SOME FALL DRESSES IN THIS LOT
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MEN'S

SPO-T IESISRT3
WERE NOW
$5.00------------$3.95
$3.95 -----------$2.95
$2.95------------$2.00

ONE LOT $1.00


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and aulborit.l3 on the subject f will open in West Palm Beach.
food preivtl- ,n by atem]; rad'a Question Is D he age-old one abOLIi
ti:on. Senator Holland has askei the disposhiion of the FEC Railroad.
jSecretary :4i the Armyv Wlbtr Will It be taken over by the Coas-.
Bruker to gaie careful cou-.ider'm- line? Chief contender with the
[ion to locaLing this new insualia Coastline Js the St. Joe Paper Corn
I Iou in Florida. lHe cited ji ert!hfed pany. group-with some minor irn.
agricultuie ai-,ilabilitv .'f wa.er. terest being shown by the Seaboa .;
and iih miu.ny liii.Le sites available and the Southern.
as reasons fo.:r locatiug this fael;-
ty in Florida. Holland has been SADIE ARNETTE JOINS STA:FF
joined in his efforts by Governor OF SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD
Collins and the Florida Develop-| NASiHVLLE, Tenn. Mis S.a-
ment Commission. It has been said die Arnette, Port St. Poe, graduate
that if the planned experiments are of Stetson University, Deland, has
successful they wil mark the great- joined the staff of the Student De-
est step in food packing and -pre-- apartment, Baptist Sun.da Scbo'
servation in history. The Army is Board, Nashville, -as editorial as.
heading the research and develop- istant.
ment because their entire problem- "
of feeding men in the field would Convalescing Here
be revolutionized and simplified. Gene Chism of Rome, Ga., is con-
OHANGE OF SCENiE The In- valescing in the home of his par-
terstate Commerce Commission is cents, Mr. and Mrs. Rush Chlsm ft.
lowing an automobile accident M-
moving the 'Florida East Coast Rome several weLks ago. His many
Railroad- hearings from Washing- friends will be glad to learn of his
ton to Florida. For several weeks progress on tIe road to rezseryl.
h ey ha.v been meeting here h.t p I.


MEN'S






ThURSDAY,- ALUqUST 9. 1


THE STAFF, PORT St. J1j1, IULF COUNTY, PLOPIDA


DAfIM MAN?


Beining Our 2nd Big Week





AUGUST CLEARANCE
AS PROMISED, the biggest furniture sale ever held i n this part of Florida is now in its second week. New
merchandise, new styles, new ideas like you've ne ver seen before.


SAVE ON "TRADED-IN" PIECES We Still Have A Few...
$4.95 Folding $19.95 Mahogany ODD DISHES
Deck Chair ..-- $2.95 Coffee Table ---- $5.95 WHILE THEY LAST
19.98 3-ton $17.95 Mahogany
$19.98 3-tone
Panel Bed ------- $9.95 Gossip Bench ------- $8.95
$39.95 Corner Bookcase -- $3.95 I
Dresser Base-----$5.95 $69.95
Chair, Slip Cover $14.95
$39.50 Oak $4.95 Slat-bottom pa
Dresser Base ---- $4.95 Chair $1.95 U 1W
$12.95 Unfinished dressing table, big bargain at $9.95 -
$59.50 Saran club chair and ottoman $12.95
$49.50 Saran platform rocker, only $16.95
$219.95 Duncan Phyfe sofa, solid mahogany $39.50
$169.95 Two-pc. Tap. living room suite $6.95 Unsurpassed Value
$49.95 sofa bed, sleeps two $9.95 More Bargains In Good Used Pieces
$299.00 Three-pc. Kroehler sectional sofa $24.95 5 only, full-sized coil springs, $17.95 value, each --.... $8.95
$17.95 four only, twin-sized coil springs ------------...... $9.95
$16.95 LO coffee table, heat-proof top $3.95 $49.95 Hotelinner-spring mattress $9.95
$49.95 Cloud Foam inner-spring mattress --...-. .... $7.95
P24.95 Metal bookcase headboard $3.90 S59.50 Hotel special mattress $24.95
118.95 Baby's Folda-Roller stroller $2.49 S119.50 Inner-spring mattress and box spring ----...--- $49.95
$149.95 Speed Queen washer ...... $59.95 S17.95 Three only, twin cotton-felt mattresses ------...... $5.95
$19.95 Five-pc. wood dinette set _-_ $7.95 S59.95 Five-pc. chrome dinette set, each now ....--.-------.. $34.50
$17.95 Contour lawn folding chairs $9.95 S149.95 Boss 5-burner oil range $34.95
$29.95 Gym play yard set, special at $19.95 S139.95 Norge gas range, special at $29.95
S99.95 Enterprise Apt. gas range ........ $14.95
S19.95 Seven-way floor lamp with shade $2.95
$289. 9 Sec S a ROUP01: Up to $7.95 val. in
$289.95 Sec. Sofa table lamps: take $4
Exquisite 3-pc. sectional sofa GROUP 2: Up teach $9 5 SALE LIVING ROOM PIECES
foam rubber cushions: will sample lamps:88
novlty c ring zl $89.95 studio couch $119 Sofa Bed Suite
add grace and beauty to any choice: 4 left $89.95 studio couch $119 Sofa Bed Suite
$264.95 GROUP 3: Floor lamps: val- This very smart living room This smart 2-pc. sofa bed
oues to $1.: $9.95 piece can also be converted suite is covered in service-giv-
$219 3 Soyour choice into a bed for two: very com- ing plastic which Is easy to
$21 9 Uc a fortable: very smart: keep clean: sofa makes bed
O T Bnly one, and 7995 for 2: Included Is fine plat-
This fine 3-pc. sectional sofa FELT BASE priced at 7 *. form rocker: you
has zippered foam rubber get both for $995.9
cushions and is generously REMNANTS
textured with metallic thread $2 9 Sui
in its splendid weave: it is 1 piece felt base, 8 ft. X 2 ft. 9 S l Nylon Suite
really a beauty, one you will $1.50 Value $199 Stylish Sof This handsome 2-pc. living
like: has been $ nn for only Upholstered in 100% nylon: room suite Is upholstered in
price reduced$18 1 piece felt base, 9 ft. X 2 has zippered foam rubber 100% nylon and has foam
.ft. $4.00 value 98 seats: brass ferules on legs: rubber cushions with spark-
$269.95 Hide-Away for only 1.we can furnish same in ling metallic thread:
1 piece felt base, 12 ft. X choice of red or green color: it is featured $
This is the famous Southern 2 ft., $4.50 value featured at at $199.00
Cross Hide-A-Way bed with for only $219 Just $179.95 1 .
nationally advertised Inner- $2.50 per yard cocoa hall $19995 Sofa Suite
spring mattress: 2-tone tweed runner reduced199.95 Sofa Suite
cover: a floor sample:.97c
reducedto95 piece felt base, 6 ft. 3 $219.95 Hide-Away p2-c. sofa bed suite in novelty
ft. $2.20 value for weave with metallic thread:
AM only This famous Jamison Hide-A- sofa and club chair are smart-
L1 piece felt base, 9 ft. 6 in. Way bed has foam rubber ly styled: this Is a floor sam-
X 9 ft., slightly 95 cushions and Innerspring pe, and the first customer
dam. $10.70 val. 4.5 mattress: an exceptional val- will get this handsome en-
About 2 dozen.table or floor 1 piece felt base, 9 ft. X 8 ft. ufirsta floor sample, and the semble for $12995
lamps in this sale: many of 10 in., $9.95 value $6 .st c omr $199.95 only
them less than half price, for only 6. gets it for

SAVE $100.00 ON DINING ROOM SUITES $69.95 Bedroom Suite
$319.95 Dining Suite $299.00 Dinette Suite rhis is the smartest bedroom en-
temble you ever saw anywhere at
8-pc. beauty in modern mahogany: :his price: it is in rich maple fin-
suite consists of buffet-china, exten- sh and consists of dresser and
This is an exceptionally attractive sion table, 5 side mirror, bed & chest:
suite in semi-modern motif: has 4 and 1 arm chair: 'Only one, and it is
solid mahogany chairs, drop leaf ex- priced reduced to $ priced at just $
tension table, buffet and hutch cab- $54.95 -Dinette
Inet: only 1: floor i 9 4.95-Dinette Suite p
sample: reduced to This handsome 5-pc. chrome dinette Special Mah. Group
suite has lovely heat-proof plastic top You get double dresser and mirror,
table and 4 smart companion chairs: chest, and bed: tanbark mahogany
very pleasing color: you will love finish: it is a floor sample and has
$119.95 family-size group find it priced at only sr $44 95 atca"lu'rive $229.95
during this sale at just
This handsome dining room suite $289.95 Dining Suite $139. d S
sized table with 5 side chairs and1 7-pc. blond mah. dining room suite, $ 39.50A smart little gBedroomup in rich blonde
arm chair: dining table comes in consists of handsome buffet with slid- fin ish: Y ou get dresser, mirror,
chrome with heat-proof top: is cer- Ing glass door, hutch, extension table, nishe Yoa ba dresser, mirror,
tainly a beauty: there and 4 chairs: table 1 :oohest and barbed; smart for guest
is only 1, and you can slightly scared I It room o0 ,.o ,Don $109

BEDDING BARGAINS FOR BABIES $139.95 Bedroom Suite
A few twin-sized plasticLarge dresser in steel-gray finish
assorted colors: have been selling reg- size bookcase bed with night tabwnle.
ularly at $17.95: your esze bookcase bed with night table.
choie in thissale, for 08.95 $19.95 Folda-high chair, Save $40.00 as the $ 9 -
only plastic tray, $17 95 price is only 95

S$69.95 Spring and Mattress $34.50 New style crib play 4-Pc. Blond Ensemble
pen, reduced to $29 50 You get double dresser with mir-
You get French rolled-edge inner-spring only A. ror, chest, and bookcase bed: rich
mattress and companion box spring: dainty, blond ma-$1.--
ideal for guest room, child hogany: price tag 219 95
or light-weiglht couple: 44 50 reads only $ 19 5
for only \


$14.95 Innerspring mattress
$99.00 Sprina and Mattress "oo, $12.95
tion we unhesitatingly recommend": there $4.95 Child's rocker, natural wa n
a Here 624 cois a spring and mattreshis complete unit or red, choice
Very, very fine ticking: $57 orr ed, ci75e
|how you get both spring $69.95 for only
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