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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: November 1, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PORT ST. JO40
A Progressive
Community With a
Modern, Progresilve
Weekly Newspaper


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


Port St. Joe -The Outlet Port for the ApaZiachicolo-Chattahoochee Valley" ..


VOLUME XX


Single Copy So


.NUMBER 9


-'ORT ST, JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1956


PTA Executive Board

Has Meeting Oct. 25

Mrs. Paul Fensom presided over
the meeting of the Executive Board
of the Parent-Teacher Association
which met on October 25 in :he of-
fice of Leroy Bowddin, principal of
the Port. St. Joe High School.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts was asked to
represent the PTA at the state of
ficers meeting of Parent -Teachert,
to be held at *St. Petersburg.
A recommendation was ma.dec
concerning the passage of one reso-
lution to the County Tax Assessor.
The board discussed the fact that
a committee of nine members will
be appointed by the finance com-
mittee of the Continuing Education-
al Council of Gulf County to offer
aid, advice and assistance to the
Tax Assessor in reevaluating the
County tax structure and increasing
the total valuation. The group ovt-
ed to write to the Tax Assessor and
advise him of this board's complete
support of the program to be fol-
lowed by the committee of nine citi-
zens and to urge the tax assessor
complete cooperation with the com-
mittee in order to accomplish the
reevaluating of the County Tax
,structure and increase of total valu-
ation.


Citizen of The Month

Named At Hi School

The faculty selected as candi-
dates for Senior High Citizen of the
Month, Celia Tomlinson, Margaret
Martin and David Musselwhite.
From Junior High, they selected
David Odum, Kathleen Dowd and
Edward Montgomery. The Student
Body selected David Musslewhite
and Edward Montgomery as Citi-
zens of the Month in final voting.
Edward Montgomery lives at 505
Third Shreet with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Montgomery. He
belongs to the Art. Club and the
Student Council. His favorite sport
is basketball. Edward attends the
First Baptist Church where he is
a member,
Kathleen Dowd, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Dowd, resies at
1010 Garrison Avenue. She is on
the STAC House Committee and
I 'ays in the band. She is a member
of the St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Htr favorite sport is football.
David Odum is 'he son of Rev.
and Mrs. J. C. Odum of 404 16th
Street. David belongs to the Li-
brary 'Club and the Industrial Arts
Club. David plays football, basket-
ball and baseball, but his favorite
sport- is football'. He is a member
of the Long Avenue Baptist Church
of which his father is pastor.
Celia Tomlinson lives with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Tom-
linson a t1608 Long Avenue. She
was born on December 7, 19,39, here
in Port St. Joe. The clubs of which
she is a member are Annual Staff,
Student Council, for which she is
the treasurer, and Senior Honor
Society of which she is president.
Celia is a member of the First Bap-
tist Church- and plays the organ
there.
Margaret Martin lives at St. Joe
Beach with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Martin. She is an active
member in the Tri Hi Y, the report-
er of the FRA and the secretary of
the GA of the First Baptist Church
which' she attends. She finds her
favorite sport to be badminton.
David Musselwhite is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite, of
623 Woodward Avenue. He belongs
to the Projectors Club and Gym
Club. David is a member of the
Long Avenue Baptist Church. He
plays football and he was honored
last year as Junior High Citizen of
the Month.


Pos' Office Asking Bids
To Furnish Truck Service

'Postmaster Chauncey Costin an-
nounced this week that bids would
be received up until 2 .p.m. EST,
Thursday, November 8, at the Port
St. Joe Post 'Office for the furnish-
ing of a half ton truck on an 'hourly
basis for the delivery of parcel post
and for relay and collection during
the remainder of the fiscal year


COSTUME WINN'VlI': Pictured above are five of the six winners in the PTA Hallowe'en
Carnival costume contest. From left to right they are: Joam Wilkie as Momma Ghost and
her brood; Jan Fleming as a witch; Joy Parker as an Indian. Joy Johnson as a mermaid and
Eddie McFarland as an ape. The sixth winner, (not pictured) was I .H Scisson and Marvy
Carolyn Lyons as a fisherman and a worm. (,j photo)


PTA Carnival Takes In About $500

-Official Count Hasn't Been Made


This year's Hallowe'on Carnival,
sponsored by the Elementary PTA
had probably the biggest pre-carni-
val parade of costumed children
ever to march in the annual event.
"' I1i. ir. the High School Band
was the Boy and Cub Scouts. Be-
hind these organizations trooped
hundreds of children in all types
of costumes carrying out hundreds
of ideas. A line of costumed chil-
dren two blocks long followed the
parade down Reid Avenue and on
to the Carnival grounds next to St..
Joseph Bay.
Upon arrival at the carnival
site, the costumed children were
marched across a stile and judged
for the best costumes of the day.
Mrs.. Rush Chism, Mrs. Chauncey
Costin and Mrs. J. Lamar Miller
acted as judges.
Picked as winners, in Ithe costume
contest were: Joy Parker and Jo
Ann Wilkie, first prizes; Joy John-
son and Eddie Mcl,'arland, second
prizes and Jan Fleming and a com-
bination of Ellen Scisson and Mary
Carolyn Lyons, third prize.
Although official reports as to
the earning power of the Carnival


Applications Being

Taken For Jamboree

Scoutmaster John T. Simpson an-
nounced this week that word had
been received from the Gulf Coasn.;
Council, that its quota for the Jam-
boree to be held in Valley Forge,
Pa., next July will be two troops i'f
Scouts for the entire council. This
means the Council will be allowed"
to send 74 boys. All reservation
fees of $25.00 must be in the office
by Jan. 1. The Jamboree Commit-
tee has placed this on a first come,
first served basis. This makes it
necessary to register at the earliest
possible moment due to the limited
number of boy to go. The local cr-
ganization has 500.00 in its treasury
which will be divided among all
Scouts registered, as soon as all
registrations are filled.
Six Scouts have already regisctr-
ed. They are Robert Costin, Bernie
Buzzett, Jimmy Johnson, Tommy
Grinisley, Billy Mazorol and Freddy
Bowdoin. This is the National Jam-
boree and it will be four years be-
fore another is scheduled.

ending June 30, 1957. The condi-
tions of the contract will be such
that it may be extended from tone
to two additional years without fur-
ther bidding if agreeable to both
parties.
iPostmaster Costin urges anyone
interested in furnishing a truck for
this purpose contact him at the
local post office for bid forms and
complete information.


are not complete, it is 'estinilauitd by
Carnival chairman F. NKa ('lark
that the affair took ill about $."5000 i
to carry on (the PTA work. Mr.
Clark said an iitemized report would
probably be available for next week.
The Carnival reported o o d
crowds from its opening at .1: )i> t-
til closing time at 7:00 p.m.
---- -K-- --

Group Formed For

Cemetery Improvement

A group of women mle (i nolt'
241, in the home of Mrts. Robi'rt Tap-
per for the purpose of organizing ia
Cemetery Association. Mrs. Tapper1
acting as temLporary chairman. The
purpose of this organization is for
thel improvement of Holly Hill Ce m-
ctery. Landscaping. se curing water
undi all- other forms of beautificia-
tion. The following officers were
elected:
President, Mrs. Horace Sioue:
Vice President, Mrs. A. L. Ward;
Secretary, Mrs. Jake Belin; Trea-
surer, Mrs. Nick *Comforter. MIrs.
iC. Thursday was appointed inein-
bership-chairman. Mrs. W. C. Prid-
geon, is publicity chairman.
A committee was appointed to
meet with the City iCommission at
their next meeting to discuss plans
for securing water at the earliest
possible date. Everyone who is in-
terested in this worthy work is in-
vited and urged to join. Member-
ship is not limited to owners of
lots. Dues are $2.00 per year, The
roll is open for charter memnoers
until November 24.
,Charter members enrolled at this.
first meeting are as follows: Mrs.
'Robert Tapper, Mrs. Ivy Williams,
Mrs. Horace Soule, Mrs. 'Dewey Da-
vis, Mrs. Nick Comforter, Mrs. W.
J. ,Belin, Mrs. C. A. 'McClellan, Mrs&.
W. C. iPridgeon. Mrs. Foy Scheffer,
Sr., Mrs. Max Kilbourn, Mrs. A. L
Ward, Mrs. C. Thursday, Mrs. Thel-
mia Marshall, Mrs. C. L. Belin, Mrs.
Gus Creech, Mrs. W. M. Ebersole,
Mrs. Bill Carr and Mrs. C. G. Costin.


Revival Services Set

At Methodist Church

lh vivg ; s'.rvic' will b, ihe ld at
Owe Plrsl .%Melihdid-J Churi'hl .buiin-
,ili-e ti n ;hi> '' a tti', S' ti;ilay ev P-
nini:, N -i; :" 4. a; 7: ,' t'a p... Tho
W(e'ek T: !' ) a n. m andi 7. i' ;n. rei "\'a '
wila riu ;h''oumgh 'riiday. Nove-m, be'
9.
[ v(V. ',Gorge i'!i :' wili bte i'n
evangt., Hie J. oneo of0 the out-
sun IiiUci yu hiig i Of t1rs 1f the Aht-
ban II-\Vf,-, 'orida Mcil h ist Con-
fer etct ..
Bit! Cowden' andIi T iiom ti. r'r-A-
w' 'ili dir t ith t. olti : T", i
Thi: is gh eu a Sco iiai in-

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In a talk to the ,senior class of
the P['in St. Joe Hi"; School last
Friday, lHarry H. Saunders, Vice-
Presidtent oi Lile St. .Joec Paper Com-
pany said scholarships arc available
to all high school graduates whose
grades are sufficiently high to indi-
cate that the applicant is good col-
lege material and where a definite
financial need can be shown by the
applicant.
Mr. Saunders advised that for the
college year 195(i-57 (he Company
received 54 applications for scholar-


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Had1 Illuto-Nc(pt(e
Yd"'. lPenaliz~ed


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ships, that 29 awards wore given in
the total amount, of $11.850.00. and
liat since September 1952, when
the scholarship program was first
started, the Company has granted
a total of 125 scholarships in the
amount of $54,600.00.
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Sunday Guests Here
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garraway
of Marianna were guests of friends
here Sunday. They were acicomipa u-
ied by their daughters, Beth, Mary
Evelyn, Charlene and Catherine.


By MRS. R. H. BRINSON by large groups attending and tak-
These sketches were done in ing tours of the State Museum at
crayon by pupils of the third grade Port St. Joe.
of tlie Port S Joe Elemenitary School groups chaperoned by
School during National Museum their teachers during National Mu-


AWeek, October 9-13. Great
and enthiusiastim was shown
local state museum .and its i
ing historical exhibit depict
background of this commutm
part of the state.
It is stimulating to see th
est sliown throughout t.he


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interest seum Week made the attendance
for the higher this month than at any time
nterest- since the Dedication Day celebra-
ting the tion, Dec. 16, 1955. The total attend-
iity and ance so far in October is 964. The
highest single day attendance was
ie inter- on Oct. 16 with 187. Twenty three
county teachers attended and three schools
were represented. The Highland
View, St. Joe Elementary and St.
Joe High Schools.
The S'ate and County were par-
ticularly gratified at the local inter-
est as the rating of museums, their
expenses and upkeep are based on
the attendance record. They natur-
ally have out-of-town tourists and
State guest visitors, also visitors
from other countries. But due to
the historical value of this museum
exhibit, the local people and people
of this county and surrounding
counties, particularly students, will
,- find a worthwhile material here.
It is to the advantages of our lo-
cality as well as to our pleasure
and enjoyment that the State Mu-


seum is located here. We hope all McGee and Mrs. Helen Rollins.


those interested will not only at-
*tend but bring their guests and
group members of their party.
The scenes pictured above were
drawn by two third grade pupils
depicting their conception of the
museum and its exhibits. The train
was drawn by Johnnie Maddox. The
museum building was drawn by Da-
vid Maddox. The two boys are in


The drawings are shown as exam-
ples of the fine work and keen in-
terest of the children who drew
them 'ti their visit. Mae' fine
drawings of the 'ConsLtution Park,
relics of the museum, the destruc-
tion of St. 'Joe by fire, flood and
the mosquito were exhibited in the
individii class' iooms& Discussion
groups were held by the teachers


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Sharks Defeat Bay

High 'B" Team

By 27-0 Tally

Sharks Will Go Against
Blountstown Tomorrow

By WILL I. RAMSEY
The St. Joe Sharks rolled on to
their third straight victory to de-
feat Bay ii,-i, 'B team, 27-0.
The Sharks had little trouble in
holding the punchless Tornadoes to
a shut-out. The 'Sharks .struck
quick as Wilford Elliott scampered
53 yards on the 'Sharks first offen-
sive play for a TD. The Sharks
scored again in the second quarter
as Wayne Taylor intercepted a Bay
High pass on the 50 and romped
down-to the 14. The :Sharks moved
the ball down to the one yard line
where Blair Shuford sneaked across
for the score. Taylor's extra point
was goo dand the :Sharks led 13-0
at half time.
The Sharks struck again in the
third quarter as theta Sharks drove
down to the Bay one yard line
where halfback Ross Hudson stop-
ped across for the score. Early in
the fourth quarter tlhe whole crowd
was electrified as Bay High. in their
only threat, drove to the Sharks
one yard line. The Tornadoes QB
passed into the end zone where the
Sharks fleet halfback Wilford El-
liott intercepteditt and scampered
-111 yards, for the Sharks, final TD.
The Sharks reserves took charge at
thlii point and played the balance
of the game.
The Sharks meet a tough Ilounts-
town squad that was undefeated
until last week when they were
very much defeated 44-0 by Quincy.
This gatmie could be valuable in
summing up the Sharks chance
against Qauincy later in the season.
St. Joe Bay High
First Downs 13 44
'dIs. Rushing 218 92
Yds. Passing 71 20
Pass :r. un 5 11
'ass Comp. 4 2


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at Florida .State University, spent Creek 8.. ,t .r Church. Rev. Lloyd
the week end here with his par- Riley, pastor of the Oak Grove
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Daw Assembly of God Church officiated
son. at the services.
-------r Interment was in the I.l:' Creek
Returns To Tallahassee 1 Baptist GChurch cemetery at Cool-
Robert Nedley returned to Talla- idge, Ga.
hassee Sunday after spending the, Comfor'er Funeral Home of Port
week end here with his parents, Mr. St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
and Mrs. I. C. Nedley. ments.


Be Sure


YOU Vote


sday, November 6


Saunders Teils Seniors of Paper

Company Policy On Scholarships


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Committee of Six Is Appointed To

Make Study of Situation

new committee appointed by set forth, by the Chamber.
Chamber of Commerce met for The committee, composed of Oor-
first time Monday afternoon in don Hallmark, E. Tom Pridgeon, R.
office of E. Tom Pridgeon to E. King, Joe E. Dowd, Bill Nichols
t a chairman and map out a and Wesley R. Ramsey were ap-
of accomplishing their task, r,,.nt,-,t ,. ri', Chamber president.
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., to investigate,
N. Day Program and offer its services to the
Pog m. city commission to extend the sew-
Featured At School er services of the city, to lots not
now on the city sewer system. The
committee was also delegated to
joint assembly of the Junior look into the condition of the exist-
.Senior High School was held
e gymnasium last Wednesdaying sewe facilities and ascertain,
he gymnasiumtlast Wednesday, if possible, the extent to which it
ober '24 at 1:15 p.m. in' observ- ..
S at n is being utilized and as to what
of United Natios Day. sort of operating shape the system
le 'Student 'Council was, in i in.
ge of the program. Leo Punt is.in.
S e a I This committee was brought into
existence by the fact that several
'Romans 10:13. Ted Cannon b
ducd student council prsi- concerns are desirous of bringing
Jduc stuea hntouncgav reanin- new industry to this area. If Port
Jean Mahon who gave an in- S thesite
action of the United Nations t. Joe is chosen as one of the sites,
the Chamber would like to have
i ts organization, things ready for immediate expan-
tty Butts explained the oera- sion of the living area of the city.
and named different councils.'Since it is a well known fact that
nie Dawson gave, the charter the city has already grown to the
ie UN and organizing of UN'EtS- ,, .. a d ,
e UN and organizing of UNES- limits of its present sewer piping
Leonard Costn told of the system, this committee will seek
l,, for health and better liv- ways to finance the expansion of
conditions. r this piping system to make way for
htened the group as to the pur- more .. r .
of the UN and told about the At the meeting .i ordon
c and hydrogen gob and Hallmark was appointed as chair-
sed "Atoms for Peace" man of the committee.
ing questions that had been It is the plans of the committee
to Henry Cmaot i,. Jr., the to work along with the City Com-
..,r-ii'>- ii>'^ to the UN and .. .
I ,iii.v to the UN and mission in this project.
answers; Jean MaIhon directed ______l
question to a panel consisting
dward Shmitlh. Wilford Elli-r,tr. Last Rites Are Held
Tomlinson, Barbara Mitchell,
Jo WaVlkier. Terry Hinote, and For Mrs. L. L. Williams
L luchert.. pi i i,'am wes --
to better acquaint the student Last rites were i. i.J [ t "inri L.
and faculty with the workings L. Williatms from tHii. ftiniland
e UN. View Baptist Church S Luil lIyI, 1.'.
the close of the assembly the tober 27 at 3:00 p.m. The Rev. L.
'ns of the month were announ- F. Adams, pastor of .the church, of-
David _Mis.-.eltrit... Senior ficiated, assisted by the Rev. Lloyd
and Edward Montgomery, Jun- Riley.
igh. The body was shipped to Coo-
-----lidge, Georgia Sunday morning
'Spends Week End Here where services were held Sunday
;k Dawson, freshman student aif ernoon at 3:00 p.m. at the Big


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100 Enter Doll

Contest of Bazaar

Approximately 100 children have
secured blanks from Costin's De-
partment Store to enter the Ginny
Doll contest that will be held on
November 14 at the annual Fal Fall ba-
zaar at St. James' Episcopal Parish


Rouse.
Any child 12 or under can enter.
They must be'accompanied by a
parent that night to be judged. A
turkey dinner will be served by the




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OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M.
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Auixiliary at 6:00 o'clock with spec-
ial plates for the children. Tickets
for the dinner can be obtained by
calling Mrs. Tom Coldewey. Every-
onw ds invited to come.


NEWS FROM
Highland View


It's A Sellout
Compliment Your Fall Outfit
LADIES

HANDBAGS


98c


$1.88





Clutches, pouches, and shoulder
straps. Leather, Cord and Plastic
Black and assortment of colors

It's A Sellout

NYLON HOSE
Sheer beauty at the sell out
price. Best fall shades. 8Y2 to 11

2r. $1.-39


Lt's A Sellout
LADIES

Cotton Slips

97c

Shadow proof panel. Eyelet trim
SFull.cut well cade, 4 gored.
Whiteonly, 32 to 40.

It's Fun To Sell Out
Overstock

LADIES SLIPS


$1.88
100% nylon tricot. All nylon lace
. trim. 4 gored.for better fit. Most
:anywhere else these sell for $2.98
White only. $2 to 40,


Mrs. Lynn Hill, Mrs. Carolyn Wood,
Mrs. Jeanette Miles, Mrs. Ethel-
Sellers, Mrs. Paulette Rogers, Mrs.
B. A. Peters, Mrs. Willa Mae Lollie,
Mrs. Valine Thomas, Mrs. Mary
Clark, 'Mrs. 'Iris Furney, Mrs. Ruth
Harbuck, and Mrs. 0. V. Sculley.
Those sending gifts were Mrs. Silas
Player. Mrs. H. W. iSterling, Mrs.
Fov Adams Mrs. Ouida Cross. Mrs.


and Mrs. J. V. Cannington Sunday.
Miss Martha Ray visited her cou-
sin, Miss Margaret Haddock of Chip-
ley Sunday.
STORK SHOWER
Mrs. Allen Norris and Mrs. Inez
Glass honored Mrs. Jeff Dykes with
a stork shower, Monday night at


-1-------------------the home of Mrs. Glass. Attending
By HELEN RICHARDS Ernest, Mrs. 'Marie Peak, Mrs. J. the home f Mrse laGof Atten
Phone BAII 7-2627 W. Player, Mrs. Lucille Pickerson, were: Mrs. Bessie Goff, Mrs. Mary
o". Mrs. John McMullon, Mrs. Boyette, Lou S rippling, Mrs. Opal Burns,
STORK SHOWER Mrs. 'Carl Woods, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Ard Mrs. Ola Wood
Mrs. Grover Clark was honored Edna Adams, Mrs. Alice Macomber, Miss Laverie Glass, Mrs. Jimmy
with a stork shower, Monday, Oct. Mrs. Jim Harrison, Mrs. Doris Ba- Lee Yeager, Mrs. June Norris, Mrs.
24, at the home of Mrs. Cora Lee ker and Mrs. Ida Nell Daughtry. Faye ardner, Mrs. Young, Mendars.ilsFrnc
Foster. Games were played and Lovett, Mrs. Ernest Lightfoot, Mrs.
prizes were awarded to Mrs. Caro- Mr. and .Mrs. Clinton Peterson Buford, Griffin, Miss Dean Glass,
lyn Woods, Mrs.- Jeanette Miles, and children, visited in DeFuniak Miss Helen Norris, and Mrs. Inela
Mrs. Lynn Hill, Mrs. Valine Thom- Springs over the week end with her Mlss Uelen N and Mrsb Indz
as, Refreshments of Cokes, salad parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Laird. Mr. glass. wnable to attend gut ed
and cookies were served. Those at- Peterson also visited his mother in ngoper, gifts were: Mrs Hattie Mae
tending were Mrs. Ida Bell Capps, Sampson, Ala. Carl Wood, Mrs. John McMu llon, Mrs.
Mrs. Oannon, Mrs. Helen Clements, Mr. .and' Mrs. Dalton Grace of Mrs. Beatrice Branton, Mrs. Benny
Mrs. Enfinger, Mrs. 'Lila William- Panama City visited Mr. 'and Mrs. Corbin Mrs. Gene Shoots, Mrs.
son, Mrs. James Lovett, Mrs. Edna J. V. Cannington for the week end., ohnnie Mae N ewton, Mrs. Mary
Strange, Mrs. Inez Skipper, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Merchant Lee Pitts, Mrs. Wayara Peterson,
J. V. Cannington, Mrs. Jake Peak, and Mrs. Ethel Kennedy visited Mfr. 'Mrs. 'Margaret Player, Mrs. Inez


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Yes, It's Boyles Big Overstock Sellout
L SENSATIONAL VALUE HERE

S LADIES' DRESSES

$5.99 or 2 for $1 0.00
Big selection of styles, fabrics and colors. You
would expect to pay much more. Jr. Misses and
Half Sizes.


LADIES ONE GROUP OF
PANTIES GIRLS' DRESSES
Values $2.98 to $5.95
3for 97c $1.88 and $2.88
Deep seated value. Rayon ace- Not old stock. These didn't sell
tate, tricot heavy elastic waist for reg. price. They've got to go
and elastic leg. 5 to 10. now. 1-3, 3-6X, 7 14.

Come Early! Grab This Big Sellout of


Piece Goods

SOLID COLOR CORDUROY .-- yd. 88c
PRINTED CORDUROY yd. 98c
SMOOTH RICH VELVETEEN -.. yd. $1.66
SOLID COLOR OUTING -.. .. 3 yds. $1.00 .
FAST COLOR COTTON PRINTS .. 3 yds. $1.00
BE SMART -- SEW AND SAVE

100% ORLON Part Wool Pairs PLAID
LADIES SWEATERS DOUBLE BLANKETS

'$7.77 Set SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE
Reg. $4.98 Cardigans and $3.98 $4m*'44
Slipovers. Hi bulk orlon feels Full size 70X80. Wool for warmth
like cashmere. Lots of colors, cotton for wear. Blue, red, green
Sizes 36 to 40. and pink.

Boyles Takes A Licking on This Sellout

Shoes, Shoes and More Shoes
Maybe the style ain't just what you'd pay $20.00
for but at these prices we're the only ones can lose.
Broken Sizes, Men's, 6 to 11. Ladies 4 to 10

LADIES, Val. to $9.95 NOW $3.33
MEN'S Val. to $14.75 --- NOW $4.44


Mashburn. Mrs. Eunice Dykes, Mrs.
Jessie Anderson, Mrs. Charlie
Wood, Mrs. Pickeron, Mrs. L. D.
Riley, Mrs. H. A. Burkes. Games
were played with prizes won by
Mrs. iBuford Griffin and Mrs. Doris
Young. Refreshments of drinks and
cookies were served..
CARD OF THANKS
We are overwhelmed and hum-
ble in the face of your amazing
thoughtfulness and kindness on
the event 'of our Golden Wedding
Anniversary. -
We shall ever remember, with
warmth, .and pleasure and love,
your many phone calls, visits, tele-
grams, cards, flowers, gifts and
your other r manifestations of
friendship.
We have 'been happy these many
years among our friends, and it
is .because of people such as your-
selves that our. treasure -chest of
memories is brimful. We will long
treasure the memory of your re-
membrance of us on this very spe-
cial occasion.


$20,000 Overstock


It's A Sellout
LEE

PANTS and

SHIRTS
MATCHING SETS, NOW

$7.99
REG. PRICE .
PANTS -------- $4.95
SHIRT $3.95
Tan and grey. It's Lee-you
know it's the best.

It's A Sellout
NOW! When you want them!
BOYS COTTON

Flannel Shirts

88c
Clean, clear colors. 4 to 16

Your Savings, Our Sellout
THICK, THIiRSTY

TOWELS

3 for 88c
By Cannon. Clear bright stripes.
20X40.
WASH CLOTHS -- 18 for $1.00

Don't Miss This Fast
Sellout
MEN'S

SPORT SHIRTS

2 for $3.00
Flannel and broadcloth. When
the frost is on the pumpkin and
there's a nip in the air-it's flan-
nel shirt time, Reg, $1.98, S., M.,
L. -


Mrs. Stevens Hostess To
Methodist Circle No. 3
Mrs. Carl iStevens entertained
Circle Three of the Methodist WS-
CS at her home at White City on
October 22. She served delicious
refreshments of cake, and' coffee to
the 14 members present. Mrs. J. L.
In return we offer each of you
what we have most of in this
world-our love and best wishes.
Joe and Lula


Temple led 'the program, "Week of
Prayer Home Projects..... Mrs. H.
T. McNeill gave an interesting med-
itation followed by prayer. "African
Women of Tomorrow" was read by
Mrs. Nettie Anchors and the "Holy
Spirit Was Not Evacuated". by
Mrs. J. C. Laney. Mrs. John Beas-
ley presided over the business ses-
sion.
The next meeting will be held
with Mrs. Hubert Brinson. The cir-
cle benediction was used as the
closing prayer.


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Regardless of whether :v r
registered as a Democ -
'pendent or Republic,0, you c::i
vote for Frc:;:':nt Dwir'ht D.
Eisenhower, or aniy o'he. c di-
date of your choice in thie cei. ra!
election on November 6.



In voting for President ar'A V Ie-
President, you MUST vcte f:r
Sbc'h of the same party .. .:r
vote will be thrown outK if y c ici
to do so.

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Treasurer, Edward B. Traub
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'AND GETTING OUR HOUSE IN ORDER TO SERVE YOU MORE EFFICIENTLY!


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I Wpft Taking it on the Chin with a Grin Your Purchase is Free When We Fail to Smile and say "Thank
You'. Our aim is to make a Friend of every Custom er When we fail, will you please tell us We'll
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1956


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Plan Presented Iwhich holds a majority of the de- by the bondholders "who have ade- Ericksea explained this rLterred could order to Inspect FEC records) ST. JAMES' CHURCH
faulted FEC bonds, also has sub- quately demonstrated that they will to the plan to purchase and not to because "they made a wholesale EPISCOPAL S',
For FEC Disposal united a plan to operate the road refuse to accept it by proposing the value of the respective offers, request." Rev. Gardner D. Underhill .
independently, their own." including the Atlantic Coast Line Under cross-examination. Jackson Priest-in-charge W T L, A
The ACL plan "is merely an of- This referred to the Southern- Co., which controls the ACL rail- said that information requested by
VEST PALM BhEACoH A m-er or to purchase," according to the Seaboard proposal, road. William Wyeor, railroad consultant All Saints' Day, Thursday. Nov. 1. im
ority group of ondholders asked reply filed by F. K. Conn and othaine b the Stoe Per 1:00 a.m. Celebration of the Holy
theo ers through their attorney. George Homer H. Kirby, ICC examiner Witnesses as the Florida hear- retained by the Stoe Pper charist with Interessions. S V C .
sion Monday to approve the pro conducting the hearings into con- ings entered their fifth week includ- was lited and specific, as oppos- 23rd Sunday after Trinity, Nov. 4
posal by the Southern Railway and circumstances w ee trol of the FEC, ruled Monday that ed J. L. Sharit of Port St. Joe, for ed to that asked by the A and 7:30 a.m. Celebration of the Holy "HEADQUARTERS FOR
Seaboard Air Line Railroad to bn "ai under the circumstances. e a exhibit showing the Mercantile 17 years ice prsidnt of the Apa- that the latter request was hel l) Eucharist. 945 a.m Church School BRAND NAME
thebankrupthFloridaEno basic difference between the"eBRANDNAME
the bankrupt Florida East Coas Safe Deposit and Trust Co. of Bal- lachicola Northern lailr6ad, a sub- "until we got instructions fom the 11:00 a.m. Celebration of the Holy
Railway Co. Coast Line offer and at th e ont itimare has an interest in the ACL sidiary of the St. Joe Paper Co.; court."
The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Southern and Seaboard," the bonde and could b. admitted as evidence A. A. Jackson, assistant to the trfig- Eucharist and sermon. This will be
The Atlantc Coast Line Railr older asserted, and could be admitted as evidence. A. A. Jackson assistant to the trs- a family service. Our people are APPLIANCES
also wants to take ove rthe FEC The exhibit shows that the mer- tee of the FEC, and other FEC ex- tsar Wan[ AdS Ge '" c.Sit" invited and urged to attend as fam-
and incorporate it into its system A New York railroad securities cantile company owns common and ecutives. ilies and bring their children. *1
The St. Joe Paper Co., a subsi- analyst testified last week that the preferred stock in 62 major fiirms Jackson testified that the ACL It pays to adverFTse-iry it! 7:00 p.m. The Young People's 5 OC ir ic
diary of the Alfred I. duPont estate, AOL offer is subject to acceptance that normally use rail shipping, had to obtain a second federal ------ ---- Service League.
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1966


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Published Ery Thurd At 06 WII"M Avnue. Port St.
Jee, Fls. By TIk Sta Publishlng Compo"y
WESLEY R. RAMSt, Editor and Publisher
Ala Linatype Opeator. Ad Man, rloor Man. Calnimnlt.,
Reporter., Proof Retdr and Bookkh rpe
ONE YEAR .0 SIX MONTHS $1. 0
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Sntered as sconod-elvs matter. December 19. 1937. at the
Postr.ffce. Port St. Joe. Fa., under Act of March 8. 1879.
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tisements, the pubiihers do not hold themselves liable fwr
damages further than amount record for asuh advertimement
rhe spoken word Is given a cnt attention; the printed wid
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the printed word thorr*Ily eorinces. The spoken wo
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Castles By The Million!
"Just as it once became a fact that almost every family
could own a car, it now turns out that practically every family
can own a house."
This "astonishing discovery", borne out by the fact that
in the past ten years one out of four non-farm families has moved
into a new home of its own, is hailed in the November Reader's
Digest as "the biggest change in American living since Henry
Ford developed the assembly line."
Equally important, this revolution is being brought
about without the "Social Welfare flavor", and on private money
- not tax money. It's a business," writes Wolfgang Langewiesche,
in the article titled, "The Idea that Built Ten Million Houses".
"A builder puts up a batch of houses ten or 100 or even a whole
town. He does this on speculation, for buyers unknown; and
in competition with other builders who do the same. Anybody
may build any number of houses. Anybody may buy any house
he can afford. And a million buyers sign on the dotted line."
There is no Government subsidy involved, explains Mr.
Langewiesche, except in the case of ex-servicemen, who "can bor-
row a little more money a little more cheaply than the non-veteran
can". Also there's "some public housing welfare minded, Gov-
ernment-subsidized in the European pattern", but not enough to
change the broad picture of what is happening over the nation.
At the bottom of this amazing-expansion in home owner-
ship is a gimmick called "mortgage insurance" provided by the
Government which does not lend you money, but promises the
bank or other commercial lender that you'll pay it back. By
this means, you can borrow up to 93 percent (a veteran up to
98 percent) instead of the former maximum of two-thirds -
and take 30 years to pay it back!
Thus a 10,500 home may be bought' with a down pay-
ment of from $275 to $1200 and monthly payments of around
$72.50 and this payment includes repayment of the loan, interest,
fire insurance and real estate taxes: For this you can get two
bathrooms, three bedrooms, washing machine, clothes dryer and
refrigerator.
Mr. Langewiesche raises the age-old question of the
morality and wisdom of enjoying a new home (or anything else)
"before you have paid for it", but thinks that 'Americans decided
this question in the case of the automobile". And an average mil-
lion new home purchases a year for the past decade would seem
to bear this out.
A home of his own is probably the average man't most
audacious dream. And if fulfillment is here, as it would appear,
it will bring with it more responsible citizens, a decline in juve-
nile delinquency and a dramatic closing of the gap in that Con-
stitutional "pursuit of happiness."


DON'T BE A SLACKER


cola Bglin AFB football game. with coffee and doughnuts in the
Prior to the formal dance that barracks after which the girls will
evening there will be a buffet sup- attend church services on the base.
per at the Mustin Beach Officers This will be followed by breakfast
Club. and a tour of the Aircraft Carrier
The Sunday schedule will begin Saipan. Brunch, swimming and


games at Barrancas 'Beach will com-
plete the week end.
Faculty members going with the
students to the house party will
be Dean and. Mrs. Paul T. Stone
Dean Maryland Wilson and Miss.
Laurie, McAndrew.
,Student form Port St. Joe who
will be a guest of the' Pre-Flight
Cadets is Barbara Porter, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Porter, 305
12 St., Port St. Joe.

SFSU Teacher Student
Will Intern Here

Two hundred and fifty nine Flor-
ida State University students will
begin Monday a seven week per-
iod of internship in Florida public
school.
They will teach classes under the
supervision of experienced instruc-
tors and return to campus after the
Christmas holidays.
Interning in Industrial Arts at
Joe ,High School" will be Ralph
St. Jop High School will be Ralph
Upton, of Chipley. His supervisor
will be James N. Yadon. ,

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


As E nal as the Tides
i l the Stars

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 every funeral
service which we conduct.

"Pledged to Perfection in Every Service"

COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME =
601 Long Ave., 'Phone BAll 7-3511


Huntingdon Students The girls will be guests of the
Prn&oight Cadets and the highlight
To Attend NAS Dance of the week-end will be the Cadets
Regimental Fall Formals.
Carted buses will leave the Hun- A morning Introductions party
ingdon College campus just after is the first event on the schedule.
Later there will be a luncheon in
daybreak Saturday carrying 74 the NavCad dining hall. That after-
women students off to a gay week- noon the visitors and their cadet
Bnd at the Pensacola 'Naval Base. escorts will attend the NAS Pensa-


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The Democratic Party is the Party for YOU,
not for the few. You've got a lot to protect
and much to gain.
Remember Old Age Assistance ... Minimum
Wage, FHA, Social Security and many other
benefits including Florida's great, prosperity-
producing military and naval establishments.
The Democratic Party brought you these things,
It will bring you more. Vote for the Party of
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Vote Steve gO -Kefaqver,
Vote for
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It breaks through the vibration barrier
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How do you describe a car so daring in concept, so revolutionary It breaks through the vibration barrier with a revolutionary new
in features and advances, so rewarding in beauty and performance? rubber-mounted suspension system-Dodge Torsion-Aire-
How do you explain its newness when everything about it is new? that features race car torsion-bars. You ride in a "Realm of
Silence," isolated from vibration, noise and road shock.
On display today is just such a car-the Swept-Wing '57 Dodge
that steps you into the wonderful world of Autodynamics. It is swept-wing mastery of motion in a sleek, low-slung beauty
fA barely 41/ feet high that has no equal in the way it corners,
VWhat is this wonderful world of Autodynamics? It is a world where handles and rides.
everything is new from road to roof to achieve absolute mastery
of motion. You have never seen, felt or owned any car that compared with
Here's what it does in the Swept-Wing Dodge: this new Swept-Wing Dodge. See and drive it today now at
Here's what it does in the Swept-Wing Dodge:
your Dodge dealer's!
It unleashes a hurricane of power from a thundering new air-
craft-type Super Red Ram V-8 engine that's a spitfire in action!
It tames a tornado of torque with a new TorqueFlite Push- ON DISPLAY TO DAY I
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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1956 T HE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA


Third Annual Harbor Day Set


For Nov. 14 In Apalachicola


Gulf of Mexico at Apalachicola, up
to Bainbridge, Georgia on the Flint
River and up to Columbus, Georgia
on the Chattahoochee. Eufala, Ala-
bama; Columbus, Georgia; Bain-
bridge, Georgia; Blountstown. and
Bristol will be among the cities that
could become inland ports as a re-


APALACHaCOLA Elaborate those interested in the development power drawing more plants to the suit of this expansion.
preparations are under way for Apa- of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee- nation's waterways, this vast river .'The great city of Atlanta anti-
lachicola's 9th Annual Harbor Day Flint River System gather at its system which flows through three cipates exporting over 3,000 pro-
Celebration, which has been set fo" natural port city at the river's states-Georgia, Alabama and Flor- ducts that it manufactures down this
Wednesday, November 14. mouth. ida-will become one of the most waterway.
Harbor Day is the occasion when With cheap transportation and important waterways in the nation Industrial leaders are encouraged
when the construction along its to take a new, second look at this
+ length is completed in 19&2. river bank boom. It was recently
OCitizens of these three states can pointed out that mammoth 20,000
Net Tueda VOTE point with pride to the achieve- ton barge tows moving up and down
ments along the river system that
for Gorernor are fast becoming reality since the W -----
S.' first Harbor Day was conceived. REP
L O Y "The Jim Woodruff Dam near Chat- RADIATORS C
Si r'tahoochee, Florida, named after the CLE
Sman, who through several decades
has sparked and kept alive the
S-a f dream of this vast development-is
nearing completion. The Buford REPAIRED and
EDam, near Atlanta, Georgia, is a
Florida Is Now M asking its reality. The Fort Gaines, Georgia 'o
Greatest Gains *n History dam, largest in the system, is un-
reateSt G ins in History! der construction. The cut through
St. George's Island at the mouth of
LeRoy Collins has made a fine Governor for the Apalachicola River is nearing Phone BAlI 7-9291
ALL Florida and ALL Floridians. Florida is completion and has been named, in
gaining by leaps and bounds. honor of Florida's Third Congress
ional Representative, Bob Sikes.
LeRoy Collins seeks in Tuesday's General The Apalachicola River is being
Election the support and confidence of ALL citi- dredged simultaneously by three YOU Are COrdially
zens who want sound and progressive govern- dredges. There is one more dam
ment. to be started, at Columbia, Ala. A ven e 1
FLORIDIANS Let's show our confidence With all these developments Long
in our Governor our approval of his fine along this system, Apalachicola is
S r proonce again facing a new dawn. It REV. J. C. OD
record. Let's show we're proud to have Florida is rapidly becoming the Old, City
in the front rank of progressive states with the with a New Future. As the natural SUNDAY SCHOOL
leadership of a progressive Governor, port city for this vast development MORNING WORSHIP
it is strategically located on a di- BAPTIST TRAINING UI
rect line to the Panama Canal, EVENING WORSHIP
Sr E while the 1100-mile-long Intracoastal PRAYER SERVICE (We
Vote to Elect .-.... Waterway terminates here before
entering the open Gulf through out- Corner Long Avenu
RoyCOLLINSovrnr side waters. LO eW
LeRoy AOLLINS Your Governor As a result of the work started VISITORS ALW
and under way, some time in 1962
(Political Adv. Paid For by State Campaign Treas.) there will be a 250-mile long, 9 foot 100% AIR CO
is "deep channel reaching from the


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Fury "301" V-8S revolutionary new Torsio,-Aire ride... exciting sports-car handling-...new super-safe Total Contact Brakes.
dramatic Flight-Sweep Styling. The car you might have expected in 1960 is at your Plymouth dealer's no-w See it! Drive it! Own it!
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nroissiforp e excep Loc ors. or mei-
cine. The 1956 Amendments to the
Social Security Act brought old-age
and survivors insurance coverage
to approximately 900,000 more per-

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is compulsory.
The net earnings of these salf- Large Box
employed professionals if as much
as $400 in a year. are taxable for
social security purposes and will
give the individual a year of cover
age. The maximum amount of earn-
ings subject to social security tax
is $4200 per year. Members of these
groups should make returns to cov-
or the social security tax when they
make an income tax return for any
taxable year beginning with 1956.
Forms for these returns can be ob-
tained from the District Director of U. S. No.
Internal Revenue. Pm, F
Newly covered professionals will
need a social security number, if
they do not have one. Application
forms for obtaining a number may
be requested' from the nearest so-
cial security office. The office in
Tallahassee is located at 224 West
Pensacola Street. A representative
from that office can be contacted
at the Post Office in Chattahoochee
on the second Friday of each month
at 1:00 p.m. ,,nnvkinr


Turpentine Beetle
Attacks Pine Trees
Forest Weed, Farm Forester of
Calhoun, Gulf and Bay Counties,
reports there have been many
cases of Black Turpentine Beetle
outbreaks on naval stores operation
in these three counties this sum-
mer. According to Weed this beetle
is not difficult to control if proper
precautions anid control methods -
are applied. This is pointed out
from experiments on Pine Log
.State Forest in Bay County on 22,
000 face naval store operations
where the loss fro insects has
been kept to a minimun by proper
care, and use of chemicals, chiefly
oil soluable solution of Benzene
Hexachloride.
Arrangements have been made
for Charles W. Chellman to come
to Marianna, October 30, 1956, 1:30
P.M. at the Chipola Hotel Annex
and give a training session on
Forest insects, for the purpose of
answering questions on this, and
other forest 'insect. Mr. Chellman:
is connected with the Southern Fo-
rest' Experiments :Station doing
work on Forest Insect Research
and forest insect surveys. Mr. Chap-
man has both a IBS degree in Fores-
try and a MiS degree in Forest En-
tomology from the University of
Florida at Gainesville.
All Foresters, Woodland mana-
gers, Tree Farmers and interested
persons in the three-county area
are invited to attend this meeting.

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trucks at rates as low as one-third security office. Jar2. wl r0t
Of this number approximately O. Maxwell Instant
the cost by other means of transpor- 200,000 are self-employed in the Am FF a "a
station. practice of certain professions not
previously covered under the Social
Social Security Security Act, Mr. Kehoe said. Those
include lawyers, dentists, osteo-
paths, chiropractors, veterinarians,
Covers Many naturopaths and optometrists. Law- "
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SWat the Panama City Garden Club City, Junior Director for the Dis-
Pnama City W0men Center followed by luncheon and an trict will attend and Mrs. C. M.
To 'Be Area Hostesses afternoon session at the Cove Ho- Chauncey of Apalachicola, Senior
tel. During the morning the women Director will preside with Mrs. W.
will hear addresses from the teol- T. Weathlngton of Apalaciheola
The Woman's Clubs of Panama lowing officers of the Florida Fed- serving as District Secretary,.
City will be hostesses to the clubs ration: Mrs. C C.M. 'Washburn. of
of District 2, Florida Federation of Tampa, President; Mrs. C. L. Men-
Women's Clubs at their annual er of Jupiter, 1st Vice President; I
meeting in Panama City on Novem- Mrs. Art Witmer of Lakeland, 2nd I
ber 6. This District is comprised of Vice President and Mrs. Charles
clubs from Bay, 'Calhoun. Franklin, Campbell of Zephyrhills, Chairman
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Liberty and of the Department of Junior Wo
Washington counties. men's Clubs. A Good Show E Day
The business meeting will be held Mrs. R. H. Albritton of Panama


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Roger L. Main Named
To-Association Board
Roger L. Main, President, St. Joe
Paper Company, Jacksonville and
Port St. Joe has been elected a Di-
rector of the National Paperboard


COUNTY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1956
*pat*-- ""cher, J. HI. Pope. Equipment
way Company until joining the U. Association and the River Club and demonstration was given, by Ran-
S. Air Corps during World War I. is on the Executive Committee of ger Troy Gary. Pupils were then
'He was then connected with the St. Lukes Hospital and the Advi- transferred to the White City com-
Federal Railroad Administration sory Council of Baptist Memorial munity building where they were
Iand in 1926 went with the Federal Hospital. shown a movie by Ranger J. M.
Bureau of Investigation. In 1932 he The National Paperboard Associa- Strngth, assisted by Johannie Re- J. M.
became Ass-is'ant Treasurer and tion represents manufacturers of
Secretary of Almours !Securities, paperboard used in producing ship- key and Theapeiture and "Little S.
Inc., He moved to the St. Joe Paper ping containers, folding cartons and All seemed to enjoy the outing
'Company in 1935 and was elected other packaging materials. Very much.
I President in 1951. ---


In addition to hi's connection with


the Paperboard Industry Mr. Main
is Chairman of the Board and Pres-
ident oi teo Florida National Bank
in Jacksonville: Director of the
Florida National Bank & Trust
Company, West Palm Beach; Direc-
tor of the Florida National Bank,
Pensacola; Vice President and Di-
rector of Wakulla Edgewater Com-
painy, The St. Joseph Telephone &
Telegraph Company, Silver Glen
Springs Company and Florida Na-
tional Realty Company. He is Trea-
surer of the Apalachicola Northern
Railroad Company, Edwards-Wart-
mann Company and Jacksonville
Properties, Inc. and a Director of
Hotel Markham, Inc.


Association. Mr. Main is also a member of
A native of Middletown, Mary-
land, Mr. Main was employed by the Jacksonville Chamber of Con-
the Hagerstown and Frederick Rail- merce; President of the Gator Bowl


From where I sit... &4 Joe Marsh
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Fastest "News Service"
in Town!
Had a frantic wire from Wash- than our paper they've
ington yesterday-saying that the e'tn got better circulation.
local Congressman was making a From where I sit, some of us
surprise visit and a short speech, weld rather talk than eat, while
Could I get the word around fast? others are close-mouthed ... just
No time for a special edition of as some of us like coffee and

the Clarion, so I turned to the others prefer a glass of beer.
fastest "news service" in town... There's a lot to be said for both
Windy Taylor. He spent an hour attitudes. But if you go in for gab
mobilizing his Lodge and Court -don't talk against someone just
House cronies--all pretty fair because you don't happen to agree
talkers-and the rest is history, with him on some question of per-
Biggest turnout ever. sonal choice. Use your own "good
As a newspaperman, I hate censorship."
to admit it-but facts are facts.
The Windys of this world aren't
only quicker news spreaders
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Sixth Grade Students
Visit Forestry Tower

October 25, the sixth grade stu-
dents, accompanied by two sixth
grade teachers., Miss Joan Wall and
Mrs. Madge Simes, visited. St. Joe .FIGNTS ALL COLDS
fire tower, Gulf County headquar- SYMPTOMS AT ONE TIME...
terms. Map reading, fire detection IN LESS TIME! ITS THE
and dispatching crews to fires was PROVEN COLDS MEDICINE
explained 'to the children- by dis-


W L i L: .

ABOUT Ik'AEGRA11iN?
For the Information that it Contains, the Following is
Rep inted from the Washii"n""-, tp- r of O"'. '1. 1956


Eisenhower Quoted :urday night. His remarks,
Esenhower Quote~d as transcribed by CBS and
present..- in nart on a filmed
B'1 Powell as Urging news show Sunday night, in-
cluded the following passage:
Sn School Case asked Mr Eisenhower if
i8 in School asd hidseehim. and on Thurs-
NEW YORK, Oct. 16 (AP)- saw h im at thpe Whires-
Representative Adam Clayton i entr
Powell. Democrat of New ident
York s a y s President Eisen- "'Mr. President. in the event
bower t o d him he favored that a school district refused
jaiin g anyone who disobeyed to obey that decision of the
t1- "'preme Court decision to V'deral (nirt r, you
d gate schools.
d Washington. the White f- i senhower) said: 'Mr.
House withheld c o mm en t Powell. I advocate that the
James C. Hagerty. Mr. Eisen. Federal Court shall get Fed-
hower's press secretary, said eral marshals. swear in depu-
there would be no comment ties if they need them. go out
until he had a chance to see 'md arrest anyone who refuses
the full text of Mr Powell's to obey their orders, bring
re-arks. them before the court. try
Mr Powell, a Negro from them or contempt, and. if
Harlem, visited the President they're guilty. out them in
at the White House last week. prison.'
and afterward endorsed t h e "I (Powell) said. 'That's
Priident for re-election, what we want up in Harlem
He told of his visit at an and I thought that's what
F --'.hower ra lly in Harlem you wanted.'"

Vote Democratc From the Courthouse
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We keep complete stocks of all
drugs and pharmaceuticals in con-
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doctor with the "freedom of choice"
when he prescribes medication for
you.
We are proud of our prescription
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CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
Completely furnished. Four miles
South of Port St. Joe on Apalachi-
cola highway. Phone 7-5095. tfc10-25
FOR SALE: 51 Pontiac hard-top
SCatalina. 2-tone-paint, good tires
good motor. See K. C. Mashburn,
white City. 4tp-10-18
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house. Re-
cently repainted on inside. Con-
venient to grammar school and to
town. See 0. M. Taylor. tfcl0-18
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment. Suitable for couple only.
Phone 7-7606. tfc-11-1


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call at 520 4th St., phone 7-5606.
FOR RENT: Nice 3-bedroom house.
iSecond- Street, 'Highland View.
$50. Also 2 bedroom house in Pan-
ama City, $45. Both with modern
plumbing. Call 7-0508. 2tp
FOAR RENT 32-bedroom house, com-
Spletely furnished with automatic
washing machine at Beacon Hill.
Phone 74671 or 7-4056. Itp
FOR RENT: One bedroom com-
pletely furnished at Beacon Hill.
Phone 7-4064. ltp


FOR RENT: Small house unfur-
nished for couple only. 515 Third
St. 11-1-Ttc
FOR RENT: Small furnished house
'Suitable for couple. 313 Wood-
ward. Phone 7-3916.
FOR RENT: My home. Completely
furnished. Mrs. G. A. (Patton, 122
Second Ave., Oak Grove. Phone
7-701,3.

SPECIAL SERVICES
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
TV ANTENNAS Installed, clean-
ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9921.
Bill Bowen. tfc6-14
:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
paired, also.
PIANO TUNING and REPAIR
Special discounts to'
Churches and Civic Groups
All Work Guaranteed
CHARLES A. SCURLOCK
Ph. 7-4691 509 10th St.


Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
'~ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
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Real Estate & Insurance
BAllI 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Li-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.-3032. ttc
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.


NOTICE
Anyone having any claims toward
the estate of Mrs. L. E. Williams
t should present said claims to box
1:55, Parker, Florida.


CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprecia-
tion to the many people who came
forth with a helping hand during
the recent death of our mother, Mrs.
L. E. Williams. Your words and
deeds of kindness, your floral of-
ferings and other expressions of
kindness were sincerely apprecl-
ated.
EUGENE and
KEiNiNETH WILLIAMS

CARD OF THANK'S
I wish to offer my heartfelt
thanks to my many friends of this
city for their visits, cards and flow-
ers during my recent stay in the
hospital. I especially wish to thank
Dr. Wayne Hendrix and the hospi-
tal staff for their interest shown
and their wonderful care for me.
May God bless you all.
J. A. SUMNER

'Spends Week End In Pensacola
Mrs. Ed Ramsey was the week
end guest of Dr. and Mrs. Edward
Bartee in Pensacola.

Week End Visitors
Miss Martha Costin and Miss Ann
Yon of Florida eState University,
was the week end visitors with
Miss Costin's parents,-Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey Costin.


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NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME
NOrTmCE is hereby given that pur-
suant to Chapter 20953, Laws of
Florida, Acts of 1941, the under-
signed persons intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Gulf County, Florida, four weeks
after the first publication of this i
notice the fictitious name or trade'
name under which they will engage
In business and in which said busi-
ness is to be carried on to-wit: W.
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Every month we seem to accumulate more used furniutre than we know what to do with,
so our problem is this, we do not have enough storage space to accommodate our trade-ins;
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2 SH 6-Pc. BLONDE BEDROOM SUITE, in-
cludes bar bed, 4-dr. chest, double dresser
and mirror, box springs, innerspring matt-
ress. $109.50
1 SH 2-Pc. 'BLONDE BEDROOM SUITE, in-
cludes 4-dr. chest, panel bed --.-- $32.50
1 SH NORGE ELECTRIC RANGE, apartment
size, 4 burner $89.95
1 SH CROSLEY ELECTRIC REGRIGERA.
TOR $139.95
2 SH OIL STOVES, 5 burners, table top
each $39.95
1 SH OCCASIONAL CHAIR, Grey tapestry up-
holstery ------ ..--..-. $22.50
1 SH PLASTIC SOFA BED SUITE, includes
full size sofa bed and platform rocker $49.50
1 ,SH 2-pc. SOFA BED SUITE (plastic, saran),
includes sofa bed and platform rocker $37.50
1 SH CHIFFEROBE, walnut finish, 4-dr. large
closet space, with full length mirror .... $19.95
1 SH OCCOSIANAL CHAl'R, plastic upholstery
$12.95
1 New 2-pc. SOFA BED SUITE upholstered (a
little soiled) best construction, includes sofa
bed and club chair $99.95
2 NEW TABLE LAMPS, assorted colors $2.95
1 SH TELEPHONE BENCH, mahogany finish
$4.95
2 SH BED SPRINGS, single size, (good condi-
tion) $9.95


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6 SH BED SPRINGS, double size, (good con-
dition) -... each $9.95
2 SH MATTRESSES, single size, cotton felt
-.- -- ....-- ..-. -.....--... ...... each $4.95
1 SH MATTRESS, double size, cotton felt
--- $6.95
1 SH CHROME DINETTE TABLE (grey), plas-
tic topped ... ... $9.95
2 New BED HEADBOARDS, single size plastic
(padded) ........ each $8.95
1 SH 3-cushion SOFA and slip cover ..... $12.95
1 SH HIDE-BED SOFA with full size mattress
----------.- ---- -- --- -$17.50
1 SH OCCASIONAL ROCKER ......... $3.95
1 SH OCCASIONAL CHAIR ..................... $3.95
2 SH PLATFORM ROCKERS, saran plastic
... ........ ............................. ... each $14.95
2 SH LAMP TABLES, blonde 95c
1 SH PLATFORM ROCKER, plastic $9.95
1 SH CRIB MATTRESS, plastic covered $3.95
1 SH ROLLAWAY BED and mattress $14.95
4 SH WOOD DINETT ECHAIRS --..... each 97c
3 SH IRON BEDS, single size (good condition)
....------....-.. ...... each $4.95
2 NEW IRON BEDS, single size each $9.95
8 SH OIL CIRCULATING HEATERS $19.95 up
1 NEW CLOTHES HAMPER (shop worn) $4.50
7 NEW FLASH CAMERAS -----..- each $3.95


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-S iip'in Shore'


Notice to Electors

All Persons Voting in the General Election
of November 6, 1956 will please be in-
formed that a vote for a person whos name
is on the ballot, you must make your (X)
in the space provided for that purpose be-
side each candidate that you wish to vote
for. In previous General Elections you
could vote for all unopposed Candidates by
marking your (X) in a circle at the top of
the list of unopposed candidates., The Law
now requires you to place your (X) beside
each name that you wish to Vote for.
WE URGE ALL DEMOCRATS TO VOTE FOR
ALL THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
RESPECTFULLY YOURS,
A. D. LAWSON, Chmn.
Gulf County Democratic Executive
Committee


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