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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: September 27, 1956
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JOE
A Progresslve
Community With a
Modern, Progr.Ilv
SWeekly Newipper


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


THE STAR


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


VOLUME XX -'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1956 single Copy So .NUMBER. 4


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY


All single but yet hopeful wo-
men of Port St. Joe take notice.
There is one less bachelor on
the loose. And the one less, was
quite a bachelor 325 pounds of
bachelor.
This particular bachelor of
which we write was one of the
more famous and hardest to get
bachelors of Port St. Joe was'the
.former free and happy Murdoc A.
Kelly, better known as "police-
man" Kelly in polite circles and
"cop" Kelly in not-so-polite cir-
cles. "Policeman" or "cop" Kel-
ly, depending on your circle, was
reluctant to give out information
to The Star's reporter but we
have gleaned the fact that his
pretty, blushing bride is Kathleen
Stalling, formerly of Tampa.

Down in Cooper's Barber Shop
the other day, "Goober" (Se-ond-
'Chair Leverette was getting a raz-
zing about his mosquito crop out
at his new home near Simmons Ba-
you. Goober, a frustrated farmer
turned barber, was talking ol the
garden he could grow, despite the
mosquitoes, with which he vowed
he could become accustomed to.
Of course that led to bragging
by F. F. (First-Chair) Nelson about
his collard green patch in his back
yard. Nelson was bragging about
.his o,n&rrj.w corn crop. "I harvested
a tub full of corn off that row and
carried it to my dady's farm iu
Washington County to feed the
pigs we don't eat corn at our
house". "Haw", shouted James
Hill, who presides over the shoe
shine stand, "You shore lost money
on that basket of corn".
Undaunted, Nelson said he just
planted- ihe corn for his bMtter-
beans to run on and give them a
little 0hade."
A waste of j-erfeclly good roast-
Ing ears.

If you went by the newscate- r-r
of the radio stations around thi',
section, Port St. Joe had nothing to
worry about from Flossie. A:ccord-
ing to the newscasters, the siorni
was going to hit everywhere ari.'iu
here but not once was Port SI r. -
mentioned as being in the pa'-, .-t
the storm.

We don't like to sound like a I
prude, but we're, afid we are
going to here.
This business of drinking at the
school athletic contests is getting
out of hand. It is getting so that
you see more drunks per capital
at the football game than you
see in the bar room. We would
hate to see Gulf County go dry,
but such actions as this will bring
it'about if a curb isn't put up
against the practice right quick.
I don't drink, and that is my
business. If you drink that is your
business,, and I respect it as such.
'But when a person goes to get-
ting drunk at a school athletic
contest, he is making his business
everybody else's. It is disgusting
to their neighbors (both drinkers
and non-drinkers alike), and it
just doesn't seem to be the right
example to show the hosts of
children present at, these con-
tests. We give our thanks to the
police who try to see that rowdi-
ness is kept down, but they can
only see so much in a crowd such
as shows up.,
if it can't be stopped voluntar-
ily, we would be in favor of a
law being made making it illegal
to take liquor into a school ath-
letic field or gymnasium.
Let's see if we can't clean it
up a little.

Continuing Education
Council Meets Monday

The Gulf County Continuing
Education Council, whose regular
meeting was interrupted last
Monday night by hurricane Flos-
sie, will meet Monday night,
October 1.
The meeting will be held at the
High School auditorium at 8:00
p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend.

ERROR IN ADVERTISEMENT
In the advertisement in this
week's issue for the Walter Con-
struction Corporation a line should
have been inserted to say "Call our
Panama City offices collect for fur-
ther information",


Sharks Tie Apalach



In Season's Opener




Meet DeFuniak Springs Tomorrow


The St. Joe Sharks were a migh-
ty surprised group of lads as they
battled a fighting and determined
Apalachicola team to a 12-12 tie
last Friday night on the local field.
The Snjrks,. who were the favored
team were stunned as the Chapman.
crew moved the ball up and down
the field with little effort.
The Sharks gave up wa couple of
costly fumbles, one on the one-yard
line and were hampered by errors
from the completely green team.
'Chapman High started off the
scoring early in the first quarter as
Chapman marced the ball from the
50 down- to the six where Gary
Howtz waltzed across for the six
points, Jackie Mitchell broke thru
the Chapman defense and blocked
the extra point attempt.
The Sharks struck back quickly
as quarterback Blair Shuford heav-
ed a beautiful 40-yard pass to end
Billy Denton who scampered the re-
mainder of the field for th-e TD.
Wayne Taylor's magic toe failed
him in the extra point try and the
half ended at 6-6 tie after the
Sharks had again driven to the
Chapman one-yard line and lost the
ball on a fumble.
Chapman drew blood again early
in the third quarter as 1owtz again
added-six points on a 20-yard jaunt
around right end. The extra point
failed and again Chapman went
ahead.
After both teams see-sawed back
and forth- with no damage done,


landed on the Sharks four-yard line.
\Then Wilford Elliott came into
the scene and broke through the
Chapman defense for a beautiful
93 yard dash to the Chapman three
where he was hauled down from
behind. Wayne Taylor bulled over
fromm that point for the score. The
extra point attempt failed and the
game ended at a 12-12 deadlock.
A couple of newcomers to the
Shark squad plus an old pro pro-
vided the defensive nucleus for the
,Sharks. Tackle Terry Hinote and
linebacker Tommy Wilder played
an outstanding defensive game.
Wayne Taylor did little more than
75% of the tackling for the Sharks.
Jackie Mitchell also showed up well
defensively. Wayne Taylor and
Wilford Elliott were the offensive
guns for the Sharks. Elliott picked
up 131 yards while Taylor banged
out 59 down the middle. Blair Shu-
ford and Bill Denton proved to be
a good passing combination.
. Tomorrow the Sharks travel to
DeFuniiak Springs for their first


conference scrap.

First Downs
Yds. Rushing
Yds. Passing
Total Yds. Gained
Pass Attempt
Pass Comp.
Fumbles
Yds. Penalized
TD's scored, St.
Taylor (1).


St. Joe Apa
5
198
56
254
9
3
3
50
Joe: Elliott


lach.
13
199
22
221
5
2

30
(1).


'Chapman pulled a quick-kick which 'hIi.iijiani. Howtz (2).


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AN APALACHICOLA RUNNER is brought down in Friday
night's game here with the Chapman eleven. Hard-running
Gary Howtz (pictured above) was hard to stop. (Star Photo)


John T. Simpson Is Appointed As

Assistant Postmaster In Local Office


-Postmaster Chauncey Costin an-~reatly to the training of youth and
nounced the appointment of John T. advancement of youth activities in
Simpson as Assistant Postmaster in, the community, having served as
th6 Port St. Joe Post Office effec- Scoutmaster of Troop 47 during
tive September 22. most of his time in Port St. Joe.
Costin said Simpson was the old Costin stated the Post Office has


est employee in the office from the,
standpoint of service, having spent
some 22 years in the Postal Field
Service of which 15 were in the
Port St. Joe Office, and being other-
wise well qualified and capable of
handling the duties and responsi-
bilities which would be assigned to
him, he was very happy .to have (he
Department approve Simpson for
this promotion.
:Simpson was transferred from
Bainbridge Post Office to Port St.
Joe in December 1941 in the capa-
city of substitute clerk and was as-
signed to the money order window.
He was promoted to regular clerk
in January 1943 and served in this
capacity until April 1944 at which
time he was granted a military
leave of absence to enter the Army.
During his Army Career he served
in the Pacific Theatre and after
being discharged after the end of
the war he returned to Port St. Joe
and resumed his duties as regular
clerk in January 1946. Simpson was
appointed Acting Postmaster in
Port St. Joe in October 1952 and
served in this capacity until his
resignation and reinstatement as
regular clerk in June 19563.
iSince coming to Port St Joe,
iSimpson has been very active In re-
ligious and civic work, being a


shown, and is continuing, to show
a healthy growth, receipts having
increased by 74% since 1950 and
although the office is now Second
Class it is anticipated that receipts
this year will cause it to advance
automatically to First Class at the
beginning of the next fiscal year.


Changes Are Made In

Land-Fill Program
I
The State Board of Health put
Gulf County on notice this week
that after October 1, land fill oper-
ations would have to be segregat-
ed.
'The State Board reported that
such an expense was being incurred
by including all garbage in land
fill operations that the types of gar-
bage would have to be separated.
Garbage such as stumps, limbs,
and construction trash will have to
be disposed separately 'from gar-
bage that would harbor insects,
which is the main purpose of the
program.
'In Port St. Joe the garbage will
be dumped in the land fill area
which is clearly marked. Other ma-
terials will have to be taken to the
old city garbage dump. This dump


member of the First Baptist Church is kept locked 'but if you desire
and a Lion. He" is presently Secre- to dump this type of- trash, the
tary of the Lion's Club, For many key is available at all times at the
years imps.tio 'has coutrib4ted City Hall.


Mstly Water Damage Is Felt In




This rea rom 'Flossie's' Visit


Several houses Eined



Ati txico each



Highway 98 Washed Out In Two Places


as all water drains into the bay.
McClellan Avenue was flooded
from 13th to 10th Street with hou-
ses on both sides of the street hav-
ing water up to their floors." One
house, that of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Bellows, had water inside covering
the floors.
A lake was formed at the inter-
section of 16th and Long Avenue.
1Highway 98 front First Street to
M. G. Lewis and Sons Garage was
Hurricans "Flossie" spared Port
St. Joe of her damaging winds but
high tides spread havoc along the
water front from Highland View to
Mexico Beach.
In Port St. Joe proper, mos. (if
"Flossio's" damage came the night
before she hit land. Heavy down-
pour of rain Sunday night andi Mon-
day flooded several sections of the
city and washed out Long Avenue
at its intersection with 17th Street.
"Monday morning about 9:00 a.m.
water was overflowing in alf the
drain ditches carrying waler from
the city. High tides plus heavy rain-
fall made them practically useless,


Workers Named For

Boy Scout Drive

Officers ard >,vk'er;. we- named
this wetk to tie-lue. In it ':. Scout
annual drive ior fJildd ton e carried
out Monday, Cb'",O'l' i < ii .1 one-
day drive.
The ,.. in.;: i. '. t i e a1i- hi r .ha
drive and then r -.p n-aipiili '-S are:
Chairman, J -..- ,... Advance ?
Gifts, R. E. Hi.-'..v' -'r -' r.ispect
and Rating, i;. Bluzz,.'t. "'iblici-
ty, Wesley t:. R.aLd.. ,od Audit,
B. B. Conklin .
Majors sel',.tvd tD i'ndacti-d the
actual canva.1. 1orf ari a't Wes-
ley Grac-. L-. S itme,-. Laniar
Miller, AM F Toa ii.ion. L-. .rd
B elin and hli t, -,.e _, i. p -irt
St. Joe Jaiu,_. Nr l. Ii, d n
Pass; H F A've t-. -i.LI!:tni Viir.w;
Mrs. G. Cr..xt.h. W'int- y;
Mrs. C. E. Tnoirmpii. be,.h area,
J. P. Fleiihel. Kenln-.'. Mill alea
and Em il Tv'.in .iii,. o ,i'J 'iii.rI'rrs.
---- -- --
Mail Delivery. Extended

On Garrison Avenue

Postmaster Cliha~ Costin an-
nounced, this ek tui.tt the Post
Office Depart meit as approv-d the
extension ot City De'livery Service
to take in all ofV,&he Cn6 and 700
blocks on GOarris( ..-:'nir-u,. Anyone
living on Gu(;rrisi'-*'. \ i',- between
sixth and eighin iL',1-.- are now
entitled to tn.il dol '... -ervico it
they so d--iiire and will provide a
mail receptacle for the receipt of
mail and have house properly nulm-
bered. All mail should be properly
addressed to street and house num-
ber.
Costin further stated that other
streets and areas in Port St. Joe
would be approved for delivery ser-
vice as soon as they meet require-
ments of the department.
Under Department regulations,
adjacent areas or areas in close
proximity to present delivery zones
which are 50% or more developed
are eligible for delivery service.
Costin said, this meant that the
equivalent of every other lot on
both sides of the street must be
improved to meet specifications of
the Department.
Costin further stated that Mar-
vin Avenue between. Sixth and
Tenth Streets does not now meet
these requirements but application
would be made to the Department
just as soon as requirements are
met which he anticipated would be
in the very near future,


under about a foot of water all day
long Monday and early Monday
morning, the water was even higher
Where the street ran by the colored
section of town, boys were seen to
be swimming in the high water.
When Flossie struck near, Fort
Walton Beach Monday night, high
tides were again in evidence, but
the heavy rainfall that did the dam-
age the night before had gone. The
bay became rough and washed over
Highway 98 at Highland View, un-
dermining the highway in two plac-
es and causing bad cave-ins of the
road. Utility lines that ran beside
the road were put out of commis-
sion when poles were washed away.
The several buildings on the wa-
ter side at liTchl. d View remain-
ed intact, though they were damag-
ed by the pounding waves.
The Port St. Joe area's heaviest
damage was reported at Mexico
Beach where about a dozen cottages
and homes and one tourist court
were undermined by the pounding
waves. Several of the houses were
completely destroyed when their
foundations were washed away.
Damage in the Mexico Beach area
was Ill. it- l ;: $ i"i."'ii
n ir m n, s ei-.eral tel. .'i: i. inrteu-
nas were blown down but little
other damage was in e'. i.l.ii,
Anc her victim of the r iii-,mpagiiig
water was the paper mill canal
which brings fresh water to the
mill and to the city. A wash-out oc-
curred in the canal dikes near Cy-
pross Creek, letting the water from
the creek get into the canal. This
caused the mill and residents of
Port St. Joe to have black water
Tuesday and part of Wednesday,
but with the canal repaired, it is
expected that the water will be
cleared up by the time this news-
paper is out.
During the storm Monday night
the local chapter of the American
Red Cross opened emergency shel-
ters in the City Hall, both schools,
the Port Theatre, the colored
,schools and the colored Methodist
Church. Approximately 350 people
stayed in the shelters until mid-
night, when danger from the storm
subsided.
ESeveral of the residents of the
city and surrounding area, went
inland to ride out the storm.
The Star is carrying pictures
of the rain damage Sunday night
but were unable to carry pictures
of the storm damage, since it is
impossible to make a picture on
Tuesday and get it to the engrav-
er in time to make the deadline. .


. '-


ONE SIDE OF the street on McClellan completely under water
following Sunday night's torrential rains. The water is up to
the bottom of houses which are'normally 24" above ground.


,..,- .':. l ;



CITY WORKMEN repair a wash-out in Long Avenue Monday
morning following the big rain. This area was,'covered with
water Monday morning. (Star Photo) -


*. .. : '.":.: ^. .. ..



THE H()IME OF Mr. and Mn. 13. E. Bellows. Jr.,
the water standing 24" high in the yard and
Street at 9:00 a.m. Monday morning.


is shown with
covering 10th

(Star Photo)


Tornado Destroys Several Buildings

In Wewahitchka; None Hurt Bad


As a prelude to Hurricane "Flos-
sie" a tornado ripped into Wewa-
hitchka Sunday night and demolish-
ed three buildings and damaged
six other homes.
The twister cut a swath from
the West of town, East, Northeast
direction. West of town near the
Overstreet road the home of Roy
Eddenfield was completely demol-
ished. The roof was blown off and


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THE HOME OF Roy Eddenfield is shown after a tornado fin-
ished with in Wewahitchka Sunday. (Star Photo)


High School P-T A Will Meet Tonight

"Educational Needs of Gulf Coun- will conduct the discussion. Immed-
ty" will be discussed by a panel of lately following the panel discus-
the administrative officers of the sion, a question and answer period
County Schools in the first meet- will be held.
ing of the Port St. Joe High School Reports from various committees
P.-T. A. to be held at 8:00 p.m. to- will be heard and a report will be
night in the high school. Leroy given by Mrs,. Wayne Bigga, direc-
BoAdoin, principal of the schooll tor of the Teen age youth c eter,


one wall was blown out of the
house.
The home ol Bill Lester, in this
same vicinity had part of the roof
taken off. No one was injured in
either house.
Up into the city of Wewahitchka,
damage was more widespread.
The twister made a path through
the North side of town destroying
a negro church, a small dwelling
and damaging several others, A
Negro church, directly behind the
'Negro school in Wewahitchka was
completely flattened, but the school
was untouched:; The home of George
Jones had the porch blown off and
several homes had shingles missing.
Out on the Panama City highway
just beyond the REA office, three
!I( I damaged heavily. The
houses were owned by Otis Davis.
In this gri up. une was completely
demolished. Two more suffered roof
and porch daun.ge. One tenant, Ed
Harrison of Flora'a, Ala., was blown
through the rof of one house and
landed in ; -Id. He suffered only
a strained back.
Hom i. occupy i-,i by "Radio" Gort-
man an l .-1 smith were dam-
aged exteos!'e!:,'.
No injuries except the strained
back were sus aiued from the
twister.

Anyone f '-': space in his cl r
to carry a student or two to the
football g a m e In DeFunlak
'Springs are urged to stop by these
City Hall to pick up riders.
Students desiring rides to-a-n'
from the ball game are urged to
be at the City MHili ng llg than
0;00 p.m,









Mrs. Nedley Addresses Azalea Circle On Rally Day Set For Elementary School Many Witnesses Testify At Natural
.S Presbyterian School Lunch Room Menu 6 *
Flower Arranging At Year's First Meet LncRoom Men Gas Hearings Held In Washington.
-- ..- Jlaime- Yadon, new superintendent Monday. Oct. 1: Baked ham, can- ."
"AMlchanis in Flower Arranging" of the Pros)byterian Sunday School died sweet potatoes, mustard greens WASHINGTON Scores of wit- ly to higher-cost fuel handlers.
was the topic of the program )re- Mrs. Bracewel IHostess h1as announced this Sunday. Se,- wheat bread, butter, milk. neses representing Florida cities, Although the demand for natural
stegd by a the guest speaker, Mrs. le TO Frst S? Circle Iomber 30 at Rally Day. The teach-' Tuesday, Oct, 2: Pork with rice,- industries and residents bolstered gas has never been a major issue,
1. C. Nedley at the Azalea Cirle's s for the coming year will be anberry sauce, buttered peas tos- confidence this week that the Fed- two developments of the last. week
first mooting for the season -of Mrs. JorP -re:c wl waas hostess commissioned and (he challenge eIf sed salad, white bread, butter and .. eral Power Commission will clear were credited with removing any
195ii-57 on Thursday afternoon, !to momlter of Circle (6 of the Wo- the Sunday School will be given to milk. the way for the first state-wide ser- doubt as to the market for this
Members beard Mrs. Nedley discuss 'man's Missionary Society of the the entire church. Every member Wednesday, Oct. 3: Sausage, i .' vice for natural gas. fuel in the state.
and demonstrate how various ne'- Firs,- Baptist Church on Monday of church from the youngest to h cream peas. lettuce and tomato sal- .. Direct evidence of the state's de- The contract, signed by Houston
dlepoint holders, chicken wire, afternoon at 3 p.m. in her home. eldest will find the program to be ad, jello fruit cup, wheat bread, but- i... mand for this fuel, to supplement Texas Gas and Oil with Florida
frogs, etc., were employed in suc- A Bible quiz on -i-..t' -1-;i, was of unusual interest at the Sunday 'ter and milk. :.its dependence on oil, mounted as Power and Light Co., for the trans-
cessful flower arranging. The meet- the devotional followed' with a School hour. The program will be hursday, Oct. 4: Ham sandwich, i' spokesmen for the state and its tion of 100 million cubic feet
ing, which took place at the beach prayer. All members present took "The Church and Home Growing carrot and celery sticks, string component parts, admittedly the of gas a day, was one of the biggest
home of Mrs. J. C. Arbogast with part on the program which was Together". A panel of adults and a beans, roll and butter, apple sauce, fasting growing market in the na- ever signed with a single industrial
Mrs. Henry Ayers, as co-hostess was presented by Mrs. C. A. McClellan, skit by the Youth Fellowship will cheese wedge and milk. tion, testified in support of the user in the nation's history. FP&L
well attended by circle members, program chairman. be given. Friday, Oct. 5: Lima beans, but- ...... Houston Gas & Oil Corp. applica- also signed contracts with Its ma-
Visitors introduced were Mrs. Gard- This being the last meeting of ----- tered spinach, autumn salad, wheat Charles V. Kilbourn Is tion for a pipeline from Texas and jor suppliers, the Sun Oil Co., Mag-
ner Underhill, Mrs. John Beasley the year, all officers reported and v ,erson ijj Preach bread. butter milk and orange juice Appointed Apprentice CPO Louisiana fields. nolia Petroleum Co. and the La
and Mrs. B. Owens. obligations of the circle was taken Estick. Apprentice Upsurge of confidence in this Glorida Oil & Gas Co.
The garden cu.b will present a care of. It was voted to pass into Series On Revelatio Monday, Oct. 8: Roast pork and REAT LAKES, ILL. Charles enw source of Florida growth be- The Houston Corp. also executed
small 'flower show at the County the general treasury all funds left gravy, rutabagas, lettuce, tomato V. Kilbourn, son of Mr. and Mrs. gan with announcement of Coastal
Fair. to be held the second week over from the year. The Royal Ser- Upon popular demand the Book pepper and celery salad, corn bread James P. Kilbourn of 807 Long Ave., Transmission Corp., which would gas company in Florida, People's
in 0,toll,.gr. Circle chairman, Mrs. vice program was planned and will of Revelation will be presented in butter and milk. -Port St. Joe, has been appointed build a line from nearly 50 produc- Water & Gas Co., and the Tampa
Arbogast appointed the following be given next meeting at 3 p.m. at preaching service each Sunda Tuesday. Oct. 9: HIam salad on apprentice chief petty officer of his ing filed in Texas and Lbuisiana, Gas Co., a unit of People's.
.i to help with this show. theo church. All embers were re- night for the next three months a lettuce, mashed potatoes, buttered recruit company at the Great Lakes that it could supply more than 100%. a t
Crr-, iowe show judges will quested to attend this meeting. night o the next there moths at Among the many cities who sent
Crdrl flower show judges will quested to attend this meei the Presbyterian Church. Rev. Wil- es, white read, butter, pineapple Naval Training Center. of the southeastern state's 20-yea reresentativeto Washington tosen
judg the show. Mrs. Henry Ayer The meeting was closed wth am T. Iverson, the pastorpudding and milk. As a recruit petty officer he will demands, feeding the new line the testify in favor of the application
and Mrs. Buck Griin, property; rayer. The hostess preserved refresh church, reports a great deal of in- Wednesday, Oct. 10: Sip.,-li-tti wear a miniature rating insigne as Houston corporation would build and report on engineering or finan-
Mrs. Carl Armstrong and Mrs. J. ments to those presenting ti sos unusual book of witl meat sauce, cabbage, apple a badge of authority during the re- from Baton Rouge, La., to south cial arrangements last week were
C. Arbogast, horticulture; Mrs. G ation the Bible. At present the series is and raisin salad, wheat bread, but- mainder of his nine weeks of "Boot Florida. Lakeland Fort Pierce, Vero Beach,
George Anchors and Mrs. Durrel To Attend Graduation dealing with the letters to the sev- ter., spice cake and milk. Camp." State officials, civic and indus- Deland, Sanford, Gainesville, Lake
Sk es s taking; Mrs. h Brodnax, arCo- an Angelo Teas T d le ftr churches. The public is cordially Thursday. Oct. 11: Stew beef He was chosen for the position trial leaders are scheduled to con- ty, Palatka Chattahoochee Chip-
tin and Mrs. Kenneth Brodn andr noSan Angelo, Texas ueil atend Air invited to attend. with vegetables, turnip greens, corn in recognition of leadership quali- tinue the dramatic showing made ley, Graceville, Marianna, Live Oak
rangeients; Mrs. Tom Byrd and noon where there y will a tend Air bread. butter, banana pudding and ties displayed while undergoing re- by Florida, one of the last ramain- and others.
Mrs. Mary Grice, hospitality. Force Graduation ceremonies Good- CARD OF THANKS milk. crult training. ing states to receive this fuel since ______. _____
The door prize consisting of flow- fellow AFB September 28, where 'Friday, Oct. 12: No lunch, evalua- .I-k the natural gas industry began its
ering bulbs was won by Mrs. Mary their son, Second Lieutenant Tom We wish to take this method of lion day. Othello Gilbert In Big rapid rise to a leading position in Bake Sale Is Set
Grice. Ford will become a pilot in the thanking our many friends for the __ ______ -ir the nation in the last decade. FPC
T- 'U. S. Air Force, receiving his wings kindness shown to us and our he- California Fleet Review official say they expect to con- FOr September 29
Star TVa.t Ads Get Result, and diploma. They will visit rela- loved mother during her long ill- General Meeting Of LONG A ali 72 ship plete the hearing of these witness-
---- tives in Long lea'lh, California be- ness and reecnt death. For the con- n Set f the U. S. First Fleet and 72 60 es by approximately Oct. 1. Allow- Club "22" will sponsor a cake
Advrtisin Doesn't Cost It PAYS fore returning home. soling words, cards and flowers. Navy au including the Blue ing for cross-examination and ie- sale September 29 at the corner of
-. II, .-.-..our heart-felt thanks. Navy aircraft, including the Blueon buttal testimony, it is still hoped Third ,Street and ,Reid Avenue.
Our special thanks to Dr. Joe A general meeting of the Garden Angels, crack flight demonstration to gain a favorable decision late These cakes will be made with but-
To The Voters of Port St J e endrix. Wayne Hendrix the lb will beheldin the Centennial team, were assembled at Long this year in mtie to permit ter.
To'i s The Voters of Port St. Joe ext Thursday, Ocr. Beach, Calif., September 14 for the start of construction by next spring. -
Thanksto the voters for their confidence nurses and hospital staff for their 4 a 3 largest fleet review since WW II. The Houston Corporation is the Heavenly Diamonds
Thanks kindness o mon. T.. Cat voters Cont Agent in onfidenBayceParticipating with Cruiser Divi- only applicant now beforation is the diamonds have been found
o showapctoinw beoePrnmaryldlesnh. Youe vobe r Ind
shown me in the Primary Elections. Your vote kindns ED and ELA SaUTTON (.only will give as address to the sion I was Othello Gilbert, radio- opposition has been confined large- :n meteorites
was appreciated. --- general Garden C(lub meeting. His man first class, UISN, son of Mr.
CHARLES F (Ted) BEARD Go TO CHURCH SUNDAY address will be on "Landscape De- and Mrs. Huey 0. Newcomb of 8th
C R F (-Asig, inn".Al! n semhvrs anire urged to St.. Port St. Joe, and husband of
Srni The Star To A Friend attend. the former Miss Laura L. Wilkhr-
IIi I i-. son of Forest. Miss.
.......IM--__ Thexoeercise, conducted by Vice THE WONDER BAR & RESTAURANT
Admiral Robert L. Dennison, USN,
P*| 3I US'SB HlUS B i^ SCommander of the First Fleet, was flEFAV MnrrIAI
Pyi.s I tl reviewed by the Secretary of the FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
S. Secretary Thomas also witnessed FOO
S ....... ...... -...... ... ... .. ... ... the finals of the "Mrs. U. S. Navy" SEA FOOD PATTER
-- contest in Long Beach September FISH SHIP, SCALLOPS and OYSTES


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MOVIES ARE
BETTER THAN EVER


4.~F~rRbs~i18~e~ -rl _______


-9'
John S. Barrier Enrolls
At Wheaton College
John S. Barrier, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Barrier, Box 436, Port
St. Joe, has enrolled at Wheaton
College, Wheaton, Illinois, as a
graduate student. Barrier graduat-
ed from Florida State University.
He is taking graduate work in pre-
paration for the ministry.
Located in suburban Wheaton,
college attracts students from all
the states as well as an average of
36 foreign countries and is well-
known for its cosmopolitan atmos-
phere. It has a limited enrollment
of 1600 students and 100 graduate
students in the Graduate school
and seminary.

Gulf County Cancer
Society Plans Meeting
The Gulf County Unit of the
American Cancer Society will hold
a dinner meeting with its officers
and directors at the Gulf Sands Mo-
tel, Thursday, 8:00 p.m., EST. Sep-
tember 27.
Delegates will be named to at-
tend the meeting in Tampa during
early October; a full report of pro-
gress made during the last crusade
and plans for 1957 will be discus-
sed.


Served with SALAD and HOT ROLLS

$1.25


EVELYN and DOC
WHITEHURST


MR. and MRS.
STANLEY FULLER


COFFEE TIME -- SPARE TIME
National Company offers reliable person secure future in this
area servicing route of new "COFFEE-TIME" hot coffee machines
dispensing MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE exclusively. No selling
required. All units are located. Ideal spare-time set-up to start
requiring only 6 to 8 hours per week. $400 monthly possible.
Good chance to take over full time with increasing income as
business expands. Applicant must be dependable, have car, refer-
ences, stable background and $395 to $3995 secured by inventory.
We help finance business expansion. Please do not answer unless
you meet above requirements. Write for interview in your area
to MAINLINE SALES CORP. DEPT. FL138, 2138 Lee Rd., Cleve-
land Heights, Ohio.



INTERIOR DECORATING
REMODELING HOME REPAIR
Easy Terms Arranged
HALL CONSTRUCTION CO.
Phone BAll 7-4871


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NOT


To Dealers & Consumers of


Franklin & Gulf counties

Due to the impossibility of further absorbing the continuous rise in the cost
of materials, machinery and equipment necessary in the manufacture and sale
of our products the following bottlers will advance their prices from eighty
cents (80c) per case to ninety six cents (96c) per case MONDAY, OCTOBER
1st, in Franklin County, Port St. Joe, and other portion of Gulf County.

Dr. Pepper 7-Up Bottling Co.--------- Panama City
Royal Crown Nehi Bottling Co.-------- Panama City
Barq's Bottling Co. ----------------Panama City
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. -------------- Apalachicola
Higdon Bottling Co. ------------------ Quincy
(BOTTLERS OF DOUBLE COLA)


DANA WINTER


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1956


THIE STAR, PORT ST. inE, GULF COUNTY, FLlORIDA


PAGM TWO






THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE. GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA


I,,..JflJ~sr)AV- qFPURMR& 27-195


MINUTES OF THE Dock, Storage and Terminal facili- wit:
COUNTY COMMISSiON ties for the Port St. Joe Harbor and 1948 supplemental list, $177.02
COUNTY COMMISSION requested the County to make a 1950 supplemental list $123.97
_serious study of this proposed pro- 1955 regular list, $669.41
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA ject with respect to aiding in the 'After discussion, there was a
SEPTEMBER 4, 1956 planning and construction of same. motion by Comm. Whitfield, sec-
The Board of County Commission- After a discussion, the Chairman onded by Comm. Price and upon
ers of Gulf County, Florida met this announced that the Board will tage vote was unanimously carired, that
date in regular session with the said project under advisement and said E & I list be approved and
following members present: E. C. that the members of this Board will accepted as presented.
Harden. Sr.. Chairman; J. C. Price, meet with any group or organiza- Whereupon, the following memo-
George W Cooper. P rker G. Hart tion that may be interested in the randum from the Tax Collector was
and T. D. Whitfield. The Clerk, promotion of this type project. read:
Sheriff, Road Superintendent, Coun- Mr. Harry McKnight, Chairman Board of County Commissioners
!y Altorney-,, and County Engineer of the Port St. Joe Authority, ap- Gulf Co., Wewahitchka, Fla.
were also present, peared before the Board and told Gentlemen:
The meeting came to order at that the Port St. oe Port Authority I was charged on the 1955 Tax
9 o'clock a.m. advocates the construction of he Roll the sum of $166,918.80.
The minutes of August 1 and 7 project mentioned by Mr. Gilbert The Tax Assessor has added to
were read, approved and adopted, and urged the County to consider this roll $243.75.
Mr. W. P. Gilbert appeared be- aiding in such a project. Making a total of $267.162.55.
fore the Board as spokesman for Hon. Harland Pridgeon, Tax Col- I have remitted the following
Local 1713 of the International Bro- lector for Gulf County, presented sums to the different departments
therhood of Longshoremen and dis- the following list of errors, insol- of State and County Governments.
cussed the need for a public owned vencies and double assessments, to- 1. Board of County Commission-


Home Repairs

and Remodeling

No l l Months
Down ffT0 -To-

Payment P Pay
(Up To 5 Years To Pay On Loans of $1,500 or More)
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. & G. Company


ers, $75,009.52. chase its own microphones at a
2. School Board, $172,489.79. cost of $230.00.
3. Gulf County Health Units $8,- The bills were presented, exam-
334.46. ined, approved and ordered paid,
4. St. Joe Fire Control District, The payrolls for the County Em-
$615.58. ployees Mosquito Control District
TOTAL REMITTED, $256,449.35 and Road Department were approv-
A. Discounts earned, $10,043.79 ed and ratified as paid for the
B. E. & I. List, $669.41. month of August, 1956.
, GRAND TOTAL FOR CREDIT, I The Farm Agent filed his month-
$267,162.55. |ly report and same was ordered
As this completes the 1955 Tax filed.
Roll, I wish to be released from Miss Joyce Bevis, District Home
same as soon as possible. Demonstration Agent, appeared be-
/s/ Harland 0. Pridgeon fore the Board and reported that
Tax Collector IMrs. Mildred Fancher, Gulf County
Whereupon the Board unanimous- Home Demonstration Agent has re-
ly voted to release the Tax Collec- signed effective August 27, 1956.
tor fro many further collections on Miss Bevis told the Board that the
the 1956 Tax Roll. state office will do everything pos-
The Port St. Joe Dock & Termi- sible to get Gulf County another
nal Railway Company filed a cor- Home Demonstration Agent at the
rective plat on 'Saint oseph's Ad. very earliest possible date.
edition to the City of Port St. Joe, The following Mothers Pension
Florida, Unit No. 8". Whereupon, list was approved, payments to be-
upon motion of Comm. Whitfield, gin* this date:
seconded by Comm. Cooper and Dollie Weeks, $6.00; Ruby Mel-
unanimously carried, said plat was vin $9.00; Bessie Glass $3.00; Lura
duly approved, accepted and order Bailey $9.00; Mrs. Lee Sims $3.00;
ed filed. Same being filed in plat Minnie Patterson $3.00; Mae P.
Book 2 at page 2. Creamer $6.00; Mrs. Tom Parker
Upon recommendation of the $,9.00; Ressie Porter $6.00; Mrs. A.
Hon. E. C. Welch, Circuit Judge G. Montgomery $3.00.
and a motion by Comm. Hart. sec- The following County indigent
onded by Comm. Whitfield and duly list was approved. Payments to be-
carried, Gulf County will pay 1-5 gin this date:
the cost of a Soundscriber Record- Bryant Jones $15.00; Elizabeth
ing Machine, the cost of which as Strength $10.00; Lena Whitfield
$1401.99; or $280.40 for Gulf Coun- '$10.00; Mrs. Ella Hall $10.00; Hil-
ty's 1-5, and Gulf County will pur- dry Strickland $15.00; Mamie Tho-
mas $8.00; Allie Porter $6.00; C
C. Davis $10.00; Mrs. M. H. Conger
$10.00; Grace Dunlap $10.00; Dru-
TH silla Keel $19.00; Eva Pate $10.00:


Mrs. W. P. Coleman $10.00 and Carl
Glass $10.00.
There benig no further business
to come before the Board at this
time, the meeting did then adjourn
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman
Star Want Ads Get Resultn
ldvertislng doesn't cost, it PAYST


THU I nKbUAY, btP I h L~ L) ,t5 F'-K Zf, I V~ ~b I --I M wg ";


To The Voters of Port St. Joe
I wish to thank you for the fine vote cast in
my favor electing me as your City Commissioner.
I will work for the best interests of our com-
munity, and try hard to merit your confidence in me.
FRANKLIN W. CHANDLER


To The Voters of Port St. Joe
I wish to express my gratitude for your confi-
dence in my ability, by electing me your City Commis-
sioner in the Second City Primary Election.
I will do my very best to represent you in the
way that will make our city take great strides forward
during the years to come.
I. C. NEDLEY


i ^ ate,. rL -.-


Phone BAll 7-3321


326 Reid Ave.


It's a tough, speedy little saw,
and a favorite of professional
cutters. Outeuts everything else
in its size and price class!
Weighs just 22 lb complete.
Blades available up to 26 inches
long, also high-speed plunge
bows. 15-inch capacity.
,, Joe McPine Sez:
1? Buy your McCulloch
.'. Chain Saw from
Clements Standard Service
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA


PONTIAC RECENTLY BROKE 54 NASCAR ENDURANCE AhD SPEED RECORDS AT BONNEVILLE, UTAH





WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY
Port St. Joe. Florida


TRUE FOOD FREEZER DAIRY STORE has egg rack, ALUMINUM SHELVES
75.1b. capacity, separate deese keeper, and butter glde in or out, and an
coalg system., ih wlI spread control. be moved up or dowe.


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


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wfor kitchen &=oaft&zg
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McClamma Electric Co

TED BROWN, Port St. Joe Representative
VEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA We Service What We Sell


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Quality.Market Opening


Clarence Pridgeon Invites Everyone To The Opening of His New Cash Store


Corner of Williams Avenue & Third Street

Carrying A Complete Line of Grocery Items, This Will Be A Strictly Cash Market. Prices Will Be Right On Everything



Opening Day Friday, Sept. 28


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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1956


THE SA IF

Published Every Thursday At 306 Wil!'l e ..-.- Ptl St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publilt,c CC. r
\VKESI.E B. RAMSEY, Editor ,li/ I'uUlishcr
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Mi>A Flo, r ta.'. f i7',ImSt.
Reporter, Pr'of Header asnd tIokl'r-"ir
ONE YEAR, 53.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50
THREE MONTHS $127.15
SUBSCRIPTION INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-cless matter, December 19, 1917, at the
Postlffice, Port St. Joe, Fla., under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161

TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omisslons in adser-
tisements, the p'ihlihers do not hold lthemnelvee liable for
damages further than amount received for such advertisement
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed wird
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely i aerip;
the printed word thoroughly cnovinces. The spoken word
Is lost" tle printed word remalss.


Prospects For Growth


The main topic about town this week is the fact that ter, Billy. Denton, Terry Hinote,
Port St. Joe, along with three other locations, is in the final run-off Pat Spears, Louis Ray, Martha Ray,
of the race to obtain the new Howard Hughes aircraft manufac- T oRafficers are Teomrry Winote,
during plant that is soon to be built in Florida. president; Louis Ray, vice-presi-
How did a small town of some 3,500 people gain this -dent; Pat Spears, secretary and
position? We do not know. Someone must be batting for us. treasurer. The club is sponsored by
A thing like this would be a good thing in any town. We Coach Marion Craig.
don't have to worry about having the facilities to take care of B A. PRIDGEON, JR., MAKES
people this project would bring in, because what town or city in ;DEAN'S- LIST AT AUBURN
the United States could absorb around 45,000 people without Auburn, Ala. Qualifying for the
straining somewhere? None. School of Engineering Dean's List
For many years The Star has carried in its masthead the at the Alabama Polytechnic Insti-
motto, "Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center''. Perhaps tute during the summer quarter
motto, "Northwest Florida's Future Industrial Center Perhapswere 80 students. Among them was
this will now come true. Bernard A. Pridgeon, Jr., son of Mr.
We have what it takes to make an industrial center. An and Mrs. B. A. Pridgeon, Sr., of
abundance of fresh water. Cheap transportation, both by rail and White City.
water. Accessibility to fuel with the possibility of natural gas CITY OF PORT FLORIDA
coming to the area in the near future. Of course we lack several PROPOSED BUDGET 1957
ESTIMATED REVENUE
things, but we have a good start. General Fund
r'l I i. Tax (9.00) Mills .. $ 60,865.00
Should the new plant locate here, you would see Port St. .....' Tax ..................10, 00
SRa e ce Track Funds.......... 2,000.00
Joe blossom out into a town about the size of Pensacola. Admissions Tax ........... 2.l'O0.t0
Gasoline Tax ............. 13,500.00
Cigarette Tax ...............9000;00
F rues & Forfeiture.. ....... '.,,t 0
Permits, Fees, etc........... 200.00
More Hell-Pavngrge Collection Revenue 5,00.00
Miscellaneous Revenue ...... 2,000.00
Fla Power Corp. Franchise (2%) 3,300.00
City Pro-rata share of Road and
The assurances of Secretary of 'State ohn Foster Dulles Bridge Fund Receipts for
Fiscal Year 1956-57 .... 10,000.00
that the US will not shoot its way through the Suez canal are noily uin Cemetery Lot Sales 2,000.00
reminiscent of some earlier and now historic remarks of other TOTAL CGENIIEIAL FUND.. $1,2,240,.00
Parking Meter Revenue Fund
leaders. In 1940, the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt assured the (Colletion from parking 900.
voters that "American boys will not fight on foreign soil". In T'roTAL, OT'VEl, and 'ARKING
MElTERt 1'.1.i............$159,140.00
a matter Of days, his Republican opponent, Wendell Willkie, Bond Retirement & Interest Sinking Fund
Interest & Sinking Fund. .... 9,65&.23
echoed this pledge. In 1916, Woodrow Wilson who became the special .I... rind for Refunding
Bonds 1;'. ....... ,172,35
first American president to leave his country during his term of Construction 'Fund (600 of Utility
Tax) ................... 12,700.00
office assured thiisnation that we were "too proud to fight". INrAL DEBT SERVICE 10
The Dulles remark appears to mean that if Egypt objects TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. f "-,:l' :5
S" 1956 Assessed Taxable Valuation
to admitting a US vessel to the canal under the new "users' assoc- ................... $7,429,406.00
-.Proposed Millaie for General
nation" sclhemf-. thit a ssl1 is to proceed back through the length.- op., ,r..,., .i..,-o) .... 9.oo Mins
1 l' ." I,,t* r0r- I T & sti,.0
of the M NNiterranean and around the continent of Africa to its ,,-.. ,M'i.' ., or uns
eastern destination. Further, Mr: Dulles made it quite plain that ri....'. '.ini.,'r,,r i .
1950 (8,172.35) ........ 1.01 Mills
the US would help the shippers of other nations to pay the added Toal .Mi'age tor 'The Year
1956 ................ 11.04 Mills
costs of the longer voyage. CITY OF PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
PROPOSED BUDGET 1957
We can believe the Secretary when he says he doesn't EXPENDITURES
"tend to go into a shooting war". This nation did not "intend enera Fevenueand FuParing Meter
to enter World War I, or World War II. Thus, our problem is .',.."."... i12o,2o
S r ..... 2,120.00
not so much what we "intend" to do with respect to Egypt, as Fire Department .......... '......'.
4'tt hi................
how we avoid involvmeent if and when Britain and or France yield Administrative Expense".... 1',300.00
1 ,.,"1 Nov lsse ............. 1,600.00
to their inexplicably trigger-happy impulses. Plainly they expect ,., maintenance ........ 29,4s.00
Park Maintenance..............3,575 00
us to rescue them again. And it is equally plain that if there is t Control ............... .... o
shooting, Russia will join the fracas on Egypt's side. Opei'riation unTcipalllin ldis- ,Ifoo
We do not presume to know the answer since Mr. Dulles onudiacts ayae(.................ervie) 625.00
(in the British ,phrase) has missed the bus. We do not even inr ...........: 00ooo.00
think it would help much if he were asked to turn in his suit. It SocialSeoncrity In urane .... ',700.0
could be cut down overnight to Thomas E; D' e-y's size and .i.in l''ge reproveSeni"t,
the hat would probably be alright as is. and other street impr 0ove- ,00oo
Thanks to the inability, or unwillingness, of Mr. Dulles Park Building & Playground *15,000.00
to bang the heads of Sir Anthony and Monsieur Pineau together oimn & inpector .. 1,.00
and talk some sense into them at the outset of .the Suez hassle, La, nto Local Chamber of
Coinneree. ................ 4,000.00
we have contributed once more to the stature of the Communists orA .............1... ,,100
and the Neutralists. Interest & Sinking Fund $159,4000


Yes sir, Gulf Life has made it pos- Age makes a BIG difference. I'm
sible to do something big for my 40 and he's 10. He can get 21/2 times
boy. (I wish my dad had done the as much Gulf Life Preferred Risk as
same for me!) I've bought life in- I could buy for the same money. Ask
surance for him. I'll pay for it until your Gulf Life Representative about
he's 21, then he can take it over. Father-Son insurance.


. Gulf Life dlarL
SGulf Life "A Southern Institution Since 1911" Home Office, Jacksonville, Florida li


O. NM. TAYLOR, Representative Stone Building
II ... I [IIIII .Kamm


(1. Mills) ............ 9,658.23 THIE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE.. FLORIDA FOR THE PAYMENT OF INTEREST AND regular meeting of the City Commission
Special Sinkinj Fund for Refend- FOR THE TAX YEAR A.D.. 1056 LEVYING IPRINCIPAL AN TE f$90,000.00 CITY OF at the Municipal Building it 8:00 P M.
ing Bonds of 1950 (1.1 Mills) 8.I72.35
Constre Bonds oFund .........1 Mil) 8,700.00 AN AVALOREM TAX OF 1.3 MILLS UP- PORT ST. JOE REFUNDING IBONDS IS- October 2, 19B56. Estimates -upon which
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE ON THE DOLLAR OF ASSESSED VALUA- SUE OF JANUARY 1. 1950, AND ANY Said ,.i.-. ,,;I.i ... Ordinance is based are
FN DS .................$ 30,530.58 TION FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVI)ING INDEBTEIDNESS THEREON OUTSTANDING( on fil ,i.. ..I*..'*. by the public at tle
TOTAL ALLFUNDS. $1;9,670.5S FUNDS FOR TIE PAYMENT OF INTEREST AND A TAX OF 1 0o MILLS FOR THE office of the City Auditor anid le:lk.
$15,000.00 funds for park building aid AND PRINCIPAL ON THE $175,000,o0 ORil)INARY AND I -,i. .I. PURIPOSIS OF Witness my b1ud and the official eal
playground improvement lo be derived from DREDGING BONDS ISSUE OF THE OITY THE CITY OF PORT ST.. JOE FOR TIlE of the City of Port St. Joe. Florida, .tis
other sources. OF PORT ST. JOE DATED JANUARY 1, YEAR 1957." i 1t | a, o1 to .f .,' .- r i.
ORDINANCE NO. 160X 1937 AND ANY INDEBTEDNESS TIINTEE- Introduced in the City Commission .of the 1. i. 1 0:
"AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO TIHE iON OUTSTANDING, A TA-X OF 1.1 ILS City of Port St. Joe, Flroida. Said Ordinance ICIL
ASSESSMENT AND LEVY OF TAXES IN I FOR TOE PURPOSE EOF PROVIDING FUNDS No liOX will be acted on finally .it the (SEAT)


Intramural Board

Is Organized

The Senior Intramural Board of
SPort St. Joe High School has been
Organized for the 1956-57 year.
i The purpose of the Intramural
'Board is to plan and regulate the
competitive sports program carried
ion within the school. The leader-
:ship training offered member'. iof
'the board is limited only by teli in-
dividual's capacity for leadership.
The members of this board are
chosen by the members of each
homeroom. All homerooms are rep-
resented by one girl and one boy.
They are selected by popular ballot.
Representing the rooms are
Frank Griffin, Dot Epperson, Fran-
ces Spears, Bailey Chumuey, Myr-
tle Miller, Jackie Sheffield, Patti
Redd, Ronnie Young, Yvonne Rich-


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the United States will unveil a ne

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a car totally new in design from c
This completely new automotive p
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The New Inner Ford
The Inner Ford-the car you cannot see-
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The New Ford Body
The. new Ford body is a triumph of engi-
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the children's reach.
All these features were engineered to
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creases the purchasing power IThe new Ford is not only low-but long.
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each with its own styling, starts at your Ford Dealer's showroom!
First, the two Fairlane Series on a 11i ,
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with no center pillars, and a convertible They are the first symbols out of Detroit
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lane Series.
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TH R AY.... I I I I S E 27 95 H ST R.IULm


Art Instruction Classes Are Now


Being Conducted In Local Schools

By MRS, LILA BROUILLETTE their active and creative imagina-
Gulf County has introduced some- tions-perhaps we should say Gulf
thing new this year into the cacri- County is striving to educate the


culum, for the first time we are de-
veloping an integrated and progres-
,sive art program throughout the
county school system. With the full
cooperation and interest of the
county administration, the princi-
pals, and the teachers-dd we need
to say-and of the students? It will
be under the direction of Mrs. Lila
Sinclair Brouillette, a graduate of
the School of The Art Institute of
Chicago, who also studied at the
University of Florida, Florida State
University, the University of Chica-
go, and who for many years had
experiences working in both public
schools, colleges, art galleries and
universities in this field. We be-
lieve it will be a year of added in-
terest and stimulation for all who
participate, as well as those who
observe.
Mrs. Brouillette will work thru-
out the count with the principals,
teachers and students, assisting
wherever requested and needed.
Not only will the art program func-
tion in the class room, but also in
related areas, and in the school ac-
tivities, functions, and extra-curri-
cular excitements. We hope also
that the community will be interest-
ed and add art along with their
other interests in their individual
groups and civic organizations.
All peoples crave an outlet for


imagination! Loss of imagination
can be more deplorable than the
loss of our muscular coordination.
Most older people are less creative
than the younger folk, and even less
creative than they were in their
earlier years, due mostly to disuse!
The hidden or buried talent! Such
a waste.
Nothing could be more basic or
needed in a sound educational train-
ing than creative thinking-life is
so prone to change, we can't afford
to get into a rut o thinking, life
will move on without us. Schools
can do much to stimulate and keep
alive that creative, imaginative
thinking-our highest paid commod-
ity.
The teachers are meeting in
groups to find out first hand some
o fthe interesting things they can
do, and experience some of the ac-
tivities they wish to pass on to the
students. All students will partici-
pate at some point and level in the
general program. We wish to build,
stimulate and interest each student
in his search for intellectual, cultur-
al and emotional maturity.
The objectives and aims of the
school program will develop from
the needs, and nature of the groups
involved. It will be planned to help
them meet the demands of the so-
ciety into which they are born and


wish to live and adjust.


(Basically "Art is a process, a way
of doing", it is not an accumulation
of learned and memorized facts and
methods, techniques and processes
of another's ideas. Art involves in-
dividual choice, the right to exper-
ience and try to express one's own
ideas the freedom to experiment
with a wide variety of materials,
as well as learning the basic and
fundamental" elements used in art
such as line, color, form, texture,
proportion, etc. One cannot say he
does not need or use art in his
daily life since every object he
uses, wears, or buys was first plan-
ned by an artist craftsman It
is in everything- around and about
us.
We hope later to be able to open
some adult art classes to the gen
eral public, but at present we are
developing in the schools, the basic,
gradual' knowledge of art necessary
for a student to have to keep alive
his creative thinking, an dexpert-
menting along with his critical at-
titude of his own work and of those
around him. He needs satisfaction
and a sense of work well dofe.
Therefore techniques, methods
which will help and improve his
work, will be introduced, as he
feels the need of them.
Through class work, films, talks
of artist lives, famous paintings,
painting ,sketching, figure drawing,
f a s hion illustration, mechanical
drawing, lettering, perspective, cer-
amics, commercial art, poster lay-
out, crafts, printing, designing,
drawing, making murals, projects,
stencilling, textile painting, copper-
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Art Classes
(Continued From Page 5)
enameling, chalks, crayons, water-
colors, clay modeling, and too many
other media to mention-the stu-
dents of Gulf County will be learn-
ing, experiencing, self-expressing.
their ideas. We will find some of
the finest talent, I have no doubt-
some students will find great hap-
piness and satisfaction in handling
new materials and learning their
limitations and scope, and discover-
ing the great natural resources
around us, and in the beauty of his
own environment.
Art is a visual language, spoken
through all kinds of substances-
from clay to paint; from stone to
light; all this can be used for serv-'
ing the person in the larger func-
tions of planning, shaping his life
and environment; in producing and
distributing and selling of worldly
goods; of improving his station in
life beyond his wildest dreams, or
of living in a beauty that is within
his grasp after all the function
of art is not to add more years to
our lives but to add more life to
our years!
This is all a part of what we are
doing in our schools this year-in
Gulf County, how about your ima-
gination?
Is it educated?
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Too Late To Classify
give us every consideration. Both
Stevenson and Kefauver are sche-
duled to make appearances here
and it is probable that Eisenhower
and Nixon may do some campaign-
ing in the state between now and
November.
Encouraged :by 'recent successes,
[Florida Republicans are becoming
more aggressive and can be count-
ed upon to put up a stiff fight.
Aware of the situation, Congress-
man Bob Sikes told the party cau-
cus that Florida was going to be
"the toughest state in the South
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The one thing most feared by
the Democratic leaders is compla-
cency on thLe part of Democratic
voters. For many years, the No-
vember elections have been unim-
portant in the minds of Democrats.
many of whom made no effort to
vote assuming that Florida as a
Democratic state had nothing to
fear from puny Republican efforts.
While this may have been true
to a large extent in the past, the
picture has changed and today the
Republicans represent a definite
threat. The rapid growth of the
state has brought many Republi-
cans to Florida as permanent citi-
zens, and while many of them may
be registered as Democrats theyI
will vote Republican in the general
election. Florida could not have
gone Republican four years ago un-
lees a large number of registered
Democrats had voted for Ike in the
November election. The same thing
can happen again.
The state advisory committee
will look to the newly appointed
strategy committee to appoint a
state campaign chairman as one of
its first functions and coordinate
all forces 'for an energetic cam-
paign.
All members o fthe State Cabinet
agreed to support the Democratic
ticket and work actively for it urg-
ing their department heads to do
the same. State Treasurer Ed Lar-
son said party leaders should "in-
sist" that Democratic nominees
for county and local office get out
and work. for the ticket.
The suggestion drew vigorous ob-
jection from Brailey Odham of San-
ford, who contended that the proper
apliroach should be to appeal to of-
fice holders to. work for the party
rather than place it on a proposi-
tion of "blindly voting party loyal,
ty *
Mayor Burns of Jacksonville pro-
posed the selection of a capable
strategy board pointing out that
it would be difficult for the State
Committee to, appoint a campaign
chairman who would be agreeable
o all elements of the party.
Names suggested for the chair-
iran job were Dante B. Fascell and
Eddie Boardman of Miami. State
Railroad and Public Utility Com-
missioner Jerry Carter advanced
the name of Colin English of Talla-
hassee.


Social Security

.Social security benefits will be
available for January, 1957 to to-
tally disabled, unmarried children
over the age of 18 under the 1956
changes in the law, John V. Carey,
District Manager of the Panama
City Social Security Office, said
this week. hese benefits will be
payable on the social security earn-
ings of a retired or a deceased par-
ent. '"IW
Applications for a totally dis

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of disability in connection with abled, unmarried child over the age
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unmarried and must have been to- nearest social security office after
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18. In addition the disability which is drawing social security benefits
began before the age of 18 mut or if a deceased parent had an in-
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connection wtih disability Insurance PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
benefits beginning July, 1957 to CALENDAR OF EVENTS
people age 50 or over.
A mother, whether she is the Sunday, 9:45, Rally day for the
wife of a retired worker or the wi- 'Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. the


dow of a deceased worker,- ho has
such a totally disabled child in her
care will also receive a social se-
.curity benefit for the month of Jan-
uary, .1957 even -though she may be
under the age of 62. The benefit to
the mother in this case will be con-
tinued without regard to her age
provided she does not remarry as
long as she keeps such a disabled
child in her care. Also, a former
wife divorced of a deceased worker


preaching of the word, "The Exer-
cise of Love". 3:00 p.m. Outpost
,Church, Apalachicola. 7:00 p.m
Youth Fellowship, presentation of
new advisors. 8:00 preaching of the
word. "The Revelation".'
Monday, Circle 1, 3:15 p.m. Mrs.
Flora Long. Circle 2, 8:00 p.m. Mrs.
Jacque Price.
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Men of the
Church, supper meeting.
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Bible and


Thursday, 6:30 p.m. Family night
suppe rat Bethel-by4the-Sea Presby-
terian Church.
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Grove was one of the 11,000 stu-
dents to enter the University of
Florida. His classes began on Sep,.
17.

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Kenney-Roberts Vows Two Local Students Begin
Exchanged Sept. 13 Studie Huntingdon
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Miss Ann Kenney, daughter of activities completed, the freshmen


Mr. and Mrs. Basil Edward Kenney,
Jr.,, of this city and James Bentley
Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Green Roberts also of this city,
were married at 11:30, September
13 in ,St. James' Episcopal Church
in the presence of members of the
immediate families. The Rev. Gard-
ner D. Underhill, priest-in-charge,
performed the ceremony.
Basil Edward Kenney, Jr., gave
his daughter in marriage and Wil-
liam S. Quarles, brother-in-law of
the bride was best man.
Mrs. William S. Quarles, sister
of the bride was matron of honor
cnd her sister's only attendant.
The bride chose for her wedding
a street-ilength dress of white or-
lon wool and her accessories were
black. She wore a corsage of red
roses.
Immediately following the cere-
niony, Mr. and Mrs. Kenney were
hosts to a seated luncheon se.-ved
at Gulf Sands Restaurant for mem-
bers of the wedding party and out.
of town guests.
Arrangements of white glads, as-
ters and pon poms were used on
the tables. The bride's table was
overlaid with a whit ecloth and cen-
tered with the wedding cake.
Later the couple left for a Wed-
dling trip.
Mrs. Roberts is a graduate of
Pc.rt St. Joe High School. She at-
tended Sullins College in Bristol,
Va., and Emory University in At-
lanta.
Mr. Roberts attended Port St.
Joe High School and is a graduate
of Georgia Military College. H-i is
serving in the US Army and is sta-
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St. James' Episcopal Church
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest-in-charge
18th Sunday after Trinity, 30
September.
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Holy
Eucharist.
9:45 a.m., Church School
11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer and
sermon.
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at Huntingdon College have settled
down to the process of working to-
ward college degrees. Highlights of
opening week have been parties for
the new students, a formal dinner,
a downtown movie party and such
serious matters as instruction in
how to study in college and how to
use the library.
.Freshmen at (Huntingdon from
Port St. Joe are Sonjia Blount,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Green Blount, Jr., and Barbara Por-
ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Porter. Both are graduates of Port
St. Joe High School.
Too Late To Classify
It is evident that Florida Demo-
cratic leaders are determined to put
Florida back in the Democratic
column come next November.
Last week the State Advisory
Committee set up a strong four-
man strategy board composed of
the following members: James Mil-
ligan, chairman of the State Demo-
cratic Executive Committee; Gov-
ernor Leroy Collins; Congressman
Bob Sikes, and Haydon Burns, Ma-
yor of Jacksonville.
With Ike heading the Repwubli-
can ticket and Republican strength
increasing, this state could well go
Republican again in the coming
election unless Democrats get busy
and conduct an energetic, determin-
ed campaign.
Nationally, Florida is now recog-
nized as a doubtful state and both
parties can be counted upon to
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IT'S
WALL ELECTRIC
COMPANY
FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
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and the Shz:'s
Like the tides of the sea and stars of the
firmament, the life of the spirit is eternal.
To symbolize the beauty ,and comfort of
this truth is the purpose of c\ cry funeral i
service which we conduct.
"Pledged to Perfecicon i cry Service"
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601 Long Ave. Phone BAIIl 7-3511


Well Drilling
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1" WELL
GUARANTEE PLENTY OF WATER

$125.00

GULF MANUFACTURING CO.
lone 7-7454 Beacon Hill


SM. P. TOMLINSON


403


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Monument Ave.


INSUROR
Port St. Joe, Fla.


"How can my wife P*p mod? I'm bringing her home an OK Used Car!'


CARS
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You're playing your cards wisely when you invest
in an OK Used Car. That's because it's warranted
in writing by your Chevrolet dealer. Inspected and
reconditioned for safety and performance, it's
your best bet for value, too. Your Chevy dealer's
volume trading means full-house selections and
extra savings passed on to you.

Only franchised Chevrolet dealers
f display these faiim-a:,K T. .


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TAPPAN
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BROWN
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General Electric
ELECTRIC RANGES


PANEL RAY
HEATERS

DEARBORN
HEATERS

General Electric
AIR CONDITIONING
Residential and Commercial

HEDGES
Glass-Lined


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205-07 Reid Avenue


Prices on 1957 Models Are Definitely Going Up!

CHECK OUR DEAL NOW
On The Few 1956 Models We HaveLeft And .

SAVE HUNDREDS of $ $'s

Also Bargains In Used Cars

1955 Chevrolet 4-Dr. 1948 Chevrolet 3-4 Ton
PICKUP. Good tires and transportation.
Economy 6. Heater, Tutone, A nice car and 1950 Pontiac 2-Dr.

one owner. Radio and Heater. Priced to go.


Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Co.


Corner 4th and Williams


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SUBSTITUTE"

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1966


WEST FLORIDA
Gas & Fuel Co.
"HEADQUARTERS FOR
BRAND NAME
APPLIANCES"

General Electric
WASHERS and DRYERS

ADMIRAL

General Electric
REFRIGERATORS

General Electric
HOME FREEZERS
REFRIGERATORS

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SALE BEGINS

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
ENDS OCTOBER 31
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Lounge Chair ,ss
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Cock tail Table 2
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Here's the luxury style your bed- ;
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Complete group with box springs, in-
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$149.95


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I bedroom house. Large living |1
Srorom dining room Freshly Robert W. Rutledge Will Head 1957
painted and decorated. Call 7-5261 *
or 7-2041. ltc March of Dimes Campaign In St
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house. Fur-
nished. At Beacon Hill. See C. L.
(Chuck) Gibson. Jacksonville, Fla. Basil O'Con- 1957 March of Dimes camp
FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS nor, President of the National Foun- be held January 2-41.
I see or call Mrs. E. C. Cason, 1307 nation nantile Paralysis this Mr. OCnnor said select
Long Avenue. Phone 7-4501. 3tc dation for Infantile 'Paralysis this Mr. C'Connor said select
Wng venue week announced the appointment of Rutledge came following a
RELIABLE PARTY lRobert W. Rutledge, of Lakeland, of his successful administra
to service a route of CIGARETTE Florida Citrus Mutual, Fl
machines. No selling or soliciting, as Florida StateChairman or theFlorida ooperative at
You rotate, too .. upon an axi Route established for operator. -_ super grower cooperative at
You rotate, too...upon an axis, Full or part time. Up to $200 per Keys Made While You Wait land, and the interest and
just like the earth! Your body is the month to start. $800 to $1500 cash 35c EACH ance he has given to the Ma
axis around which your life revolves. required, which is secured. Please
A healthy body enables you to don't waste our time unless you can BICYCLE PARTS Dimes in the past.
move evenly, uninterruptedly... secu-re necessary capital and are WESTERN AUTO In announcing Rutledge's a
so that you can perform your daily sincerely interested to eventually Reel Parts and Repairs ment, O'Connor stated th
chores efficiently, contentedly. operate a $20,000 annual net busi-
Poor health generates nothing but. ness. Give full particulars, phone. 'RADE US that useless article for
misery.. .the axis, your body, needs Write P.'O. Box 7209, Camden Sta- somethingg useful. STOP and
repair. Our sol0-concern is that tion, Minneapolis Minnesota for tWAP.
you stay on a smooth and steady information and interview.
round of good health. E. TOM PRIDGEON
e your doctortwiceayear $400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME Real Estate & Insurance
See your doctor twice a year. Refilling and collecting money BAll 7-7741 411. Reid Ave.
from our five cent High Grade NuT
machines in this area. No Selling! KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
To qualify for work you must have FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
car, references, $640 cash, secured eased electrical contractor. All .
by inventory. Devoting q hours a kinds electric and refrigeration
Buzzett's Drug Store week to business, your end on per- service and installation. Phone
centage collections will net up to .-3032. tfec
PHONE 7-3371 $400 monthly with very good possi-
4 e.* I t abilities of taking over full time. In- F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
come increasing according r. For Ing money see us for anything ,.
interview, include phone in appli- you need In your home. STOP and
A SIFIED ADS cation. Write All State Distributing SWAP SHOP.
l I E A Co., 505 Fifth Avenue, New York WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
17, N. THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom PIANO TUNING and REPAIR lung first and third Monday nights
attractively furnished apartments Special. discounts to 800 p.m., American Legion Home.
Cool in summer, warm in winter. Churches and Civic Groupslar convocation of
Window fans, gas heat. They have All Work Guaranteed A. M.-Regular convocation of
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim- CHARLES A. SCURLOCK St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083. Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St. M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- 1957 March of Dimes will b
Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,1957 March of Dimes will b
A REAL BUY in a two-story apart- Allen, High Priest; H. R. Malge, portant as any previous can
A REAL BUY in a two-story apart secretary. "Although we arescoring 1
ment house at Beacon Hill. ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
Terms. See Chris Martin at Roches. guaranteed. Quick dependable rHERE WILL BE a regular com- ting blows against polio w
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave munication of Port St. Joe Lodge Salk vaccine, we cannot (
FOR SALE: Eight room house. 4th
Street. Excellent condition. Also TV ANTENNAS installed, clean- No. 111, F&AM every second and victory over the disease u
furnished apartment for rent. See ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9921. fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m. have helped the 80,000
J. F. Daniell, 216 9th St. tfltp Bill Bowen. tfce-14 All Master Masons cordially invited stricken achieve their person
J.B. GRIFFTH, W.M. individual victories over
FOR SALE: Two bedroom house on -OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing F. W. CHANDLER, Sec. cndivpdualvactoref T
two lots on Palm Blvd. House is service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. crippling after effects. Tha
completely insulated. $1,000 down >hone 7-7846. Outboard motors rE- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE we have chosen 'Let's Fin
and balance of $6,800 on FHA loan. paired, also. Meetings at Moose Hall, 310 Job' as our slogan for the 19
FRANK HANNON Fourth St., meeting night every other raising campaign" he said.
Registered Real Estate BroKer Monday. ..
Phone 7-3491 USED PIANOS Rutledge reported that onl
from $25.00. SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1.; 0. one-third of the children in
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house at MELODY MUSIC MART 0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs have received Salk vacci
Beacon Hill. Running water. 4 137 Harrison Ave. days,7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All enough to insure pr
rooms, screen"back porch. $36.00 Panama City, Florida members urged to attend; visiting ot enough to insure pr
month. Call Mrs. B. H. Dickens, 6r., PIANO TUNING and REPAIR brethren Invited, against, a possible ravaging
Phone 7-5421, 405 Woodward. MELODY MUSIC MART G. F. LAWRENCE, N. G. ic of the disease." He, sta
137 Harrison Ave. Phone SU 54711 A. P. GILBERT, Secty. other that Florida has dram:
FOR SALE: Beautiful spacious 2- panC m t~itv. FInrida -.-..... ... ..


The '57ORD


WILL 'E AT




St. Joe Motor Co.




Wed., October 3


It's the longest, the lowest and the largest car ever

offered in the low-price field


It's really a new kind of Ford ne win every style line

There's completely new body construction. There's great

new Silver Anniversary V-8 power that makes every hill

feel like a downgrade. And the '57 Ford comes in two

sizes each longer, lower and larger! The Ford

Custom and Custom 300 Series is over 16 feet long and

the Fairlane and Fairlane 500 models are over 17 feet

in length. Each has its own chassis, each has its own

body. ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY invites you to come

in and action-test the great new Ford for '57. Once

you do, you'll know why the new kind of Ford makes

driving a new kind of fun.



OPEN ALL DAY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3



FREE DOOR PRIZES, FAVORS -FREE


rate

iagn to

Lion of
study
tion, of
lorida's
I Lake-
assist-
arch of

appoint-
at the


as im-
npaign.
hard-hit-
ith the
claim a
until wa
already
nal and
polio's
t's why
ish the
57 fund-

ly about
Florida
ne ,
otection
epidem-
ted fur
atic evi-


dence in hundreds of our own polio
crippled children that more needs
to be done by the March of Dimes
organization to give hope and help
to those already stricken in their
struggle towards total rehabilita-
tion.
In accepting the appointment,
Rutledge said that he did so with
coniidLntm that the hundreds of
volunteer %workers in Florida will
accept with renewed vigor the great
challenge which lies ahead, and
that the people of this state wil!
again generously support the ap-
peal for funds for patient care, re-
search and professional education.
Rutledge has been general man-
ager of the Florida Citrus Mutual
for the past five seasons.


Natural Gas Will

Mean Cut In Rate

Charged for Power

An officer of Florida Power Cor-
poration has testified before the
Federal PowerCoqmmission that the
proposed natural gas pipeline in+o
peninsular Florida would play an
important part in the further de-
velopment of the state, according to
,R. G. Porter, manager of FPC here.
H. K. McKean, vice president in
charge of operations for Florida
Powre Corporation, said his com-
pany "recognizes the fact that it is
to ouer advantage to maintain and
increase the growth of Florida.-We
believe that natural gas will aid in
effecting an increased growth in
the state's economy, particularly in
its industrial economy, and will
help the' state to continue increas-
ing its population. These represent
some of the primary reasons why
Florida Power Corporation has tak-
en the action it has to bring natural
gas into the state -and to use it in
our plants."
McKean was testifying at a Pow-
er Commission hearing on the ap-
plication by the Houston, Texas
Gas and Oil Corporation and Coast-
,al Transmission Corporation. These
firms want to build natural gas
pipelines from Texas and Louisiana
to Florida.
Florida Power Corporation, which
now uses oil' as fuel in most of its
power plants, would switch to na-
tural gas if the proposed pipelines
are built.
Porter explained that the use of
natural gas as fuel in the power
plants would cut plant operating
costs and that under the FlPC rate
structure these savings would be
passed on to the electric customers
in the form of reduced bills.

THE STAR gives better ad-
vertising in Port St. Joe than
any medicrexcept dIrect mail
qCdvertising,


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I


Band Appears For First A AL House Chaperones
Time This Year Friday Named For Coming Year
The STAC House Committee has
'Port St. Joe High School Band in- Tec t following chaperone
announced the following chaperone
trodued the football season chairman for the following months:
style Friday night before one of
the largest crowds to ever witness November, Mrs. Frank Hannon;
a football game in this city. The December, Mrs H. R. Maige; Jan-
band, steadily growing famous for December, Mrs. H. R. M aige; Jan-
its stirring music and colorful half- Mrs. J. Lamar Miller; March, Mr.
time shows numbers 72 members Buck Griffin April, Mrs. T. D.
including 11 majorettes. Officers Buutchins; May, Mrs. E. T. Prid-
are: Drum major, Barbara Mitchell; Hutchins;. May, Mrs. T. Pid-
Captain of Majorettes, Marsha Car- Each chairman will provide two
gill; Officers ofEach chairman will provide two
gill; Officers of the band, Band chaperones for each night of the
apt., Barbara Ward; st Lt., Loue month designated to her.
Holland; 1st Lt. Elizabeth Brown;
1st Lt. Betty Ward; 1st librarian,
Elaine Musselwhite and. 2nd librar-
ian, Diane Lay.
The half-time show selections in- GRIM ES SCHC
eluded, "National Anthem" "Alma
Mater," "Hi Neighbor" and "Hosts
of Freedom".
Majqrettes who performed were
Ann Williams, Ann Mosley, Babs TAP -- BAI
Maxwell, Dorothy Dormany, Mary
Lou Anderson, Mary Jane Bobbitt,
Cindy Carboneaux, Barbara Wil- and BALLROC
liams, Jeannette Tharpe and Wilma
Nell Thursbay.

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEER 27, 1956


THE STAR,. P(-,T ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


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V


Student Insurance
Is Now Available

Leroy Bowdoin, principal of
the Port iSt. Joe High School an-
nounced this week that group In-
surance for school students was
now available.
The insurance is placed with
the Pilot Insurance Company and
will cost each student $2.00 per
year.

Your advertising dollar
goes farther when you ad-
vertise in THE STAR,