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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: December 6, 1956
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Port St. Joe- The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XX SWaIle Copy So ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DrCEMBSR 6, 1956 NUMBER 14


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESL-EY R. RAMSEY

Did you ever try going to a bar
becue while on a diet? We are go
ing to be right blunt and say thai
we are not on a diet by our own
choosing. We enjoy eating. But the
wife has put us on one to get back
down to 180 and just won't put
anything on the table to eat. And
there's no cheating on the side with
a twice a day weight -check. How-
ever, we did cheat Tuesday night
at the barbecue.given in honor of
Senator ISpessard Holland. That
barbecue even made those present
forget to tease us about having
Fred Maddox being born in 1881 in
last week's paper instead of 1891.
That's just how good it was.
We weren't the only ones cheat-
ing either. Earl Atchison, who has
the beginning of an ulcer was eat-
ing up. (He Was right ahead of Dr.
Joe in the line and Joe said, "Earl,
don't you come to me with ,the
belly-ache tomorrow". And then
there. was Floyd Lister of Wewa.
who had dieted down to a mere
shadow of his former self, enjoying
himself once more. We sat right
across the table from Terry tHinote
and he should ,be ashamed to look
a pig in the face, the way he skin-
ned those ribs.
Jack Justice, former resident and
now an Ocala car salesman, was
back in town and at the barbecue.
Wilbur Thurabay came up and be-
gan talking shop with him. Jack
remarked that he would be visiting
in Port St. Joe until after Christ-
mas. Wilbur'fell back with a gasp
and blurted out, "You mean busi-
ness is so' good there you can af-
ford to take off a mouth?" And just
in case you were going to ask him,
Jack said they didn't need any more
car salesmen in Ocala.

Only 14 more shopping, days
left 'until CbAstmas. Have you
started your shopping yet? If not
why not make a special effort to
do your Christmas shopping right
here in Port St. Joe this "year-
just as an experiment, if nothing
else-and see if you# don't get
what you want and your money's
worth, all at the same time.

Have you been keeping up with
the "Cold War" in Europe in LIFE
magazine? They have been doing a
real job of reporting over there.
We looked at the fly-covered corp-
ses and the dead and dying that
were pictured therein and shudder-
ed to think -what would happen
when 'a "Hot War" breaks out. We
can't imagine the feelings of those
people over there.
Just imagine yourself' becoming
so filled with hate at your govern-
ment that you would start taking
pot shots at Kelly, Buck, Lee 'Ed-
wards or Mr. Martin or even going
over to Tyndall Field and sniping
at the soldiers over there.
We think that it is no small rea-
son for their uprising and we mar-
vel at their courage at such odds.


Florida Drivers

Can Now Get

Ful! Protection

TALLAHAfSSEE-Florida mitor-
ists after December 12 will be able
to purchase insurance"to cover in-
juries to themselves and their fam-
ilies in accidents involving uninsur-,
ed automobiles, according to a poli-
cy endorsement recently approved
by State Insurance Commissioner
' J. Edwin Larson.
The new coverage, called "fam-
ily protection coverage," is being
provided by member and subscriber
companies of the National Bureau
of Casualty Underwriters. Under
the new coverage, the company
agrees to pay all sums which the
insured is entitled to recover fromin
the owner .or operator of 'an un
insured automobile due to bodily
injuries- caused by accident.
'Commissionqr Larson said cov-
el:age will apply even when the in-
jury occurs while the insured i,
unot occupying an automobile as,
for example, if struck by an unin-
sured car while walking or bicycl-
ing. A 'hit-and-run' car will be re-
garded as an uninsured car and
coverage will apply where nl'Pher
(Continued On Page 4)


; 12 22
District Cancer


Meeting Is Held B
Be
District 2 leadership and training
conference of the Floridja Division The
o fthe American Cancer Society, Florid
was held Monday night in Panama is noc
free c
SHARK CAGERS: Back row, from left to right, Coach Marion City at the Dixie-Sherman Hotel. tuberc
Craig, Frank Fletcher, Edward Smith, Wayne Davis, Jackie The conference opened with the exami
Cig registration of delegates at 4 p.m. coope
Sheffield, Mgr. David Musselwhite, Tommy Mitchell and Presiding over the meeting was cooper
Coach Lamar Faison. Front row, left to right, Lewis Ray, J. c. Belin, lay delegate director of andn t
Terry Hinote, Wilford Elliott, Wayne Taylor and Blair District 2 and a welcome address loss
Shuford. (Photo by Artcraft Studio) given by Mayor Frank Nelson. You
Taking part also were Dr. J. ,C. vantal
Nordland, chief of medical services when
Sat Tyndall AF-B; Dr. John Sweet, vicinli
4957 Crusade chairman for Bay takes
Shark C IV t O p County; L. H. Peterson, executive ofI yo
vice-president of the Florida Divi- yo
Ssion;Mrs. Irby M.Rowell; Dr. Don on.
av H 1 n er B yAnderson and George Welbes he
ay i InI n e r Delegates attending from St. Jos Port
were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ashley, lows:
Mrs. Herbert C. Brown, Mrs. Har- Tue
Game Is Nip and Tuck Down To The John So- Dec.
e er of the Gulf County Health Dept, from
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Canning of 2:00 t
LaSt Moments -- Score 53-49 Wewahitchka, Alfred Joines, R. W. Thu
Henderson and Miss Phyllis Kieth, Mill,
county welfare worker. Mill,
'Willford Elliott used his ability free throws for 22 points. a ______ o Fri.,
Ave. I
to drive in past the Bay High de- Colemannwas high scorer for Bay and 5:
fense and shoot under the basket to High with six baskets and five Char S Wall Is "
pace the St. Joe. Sharks to a thril- free throws for 17 points. Reidr s I
ling 58-49 win over the Bay High frie tra o 1 o d
ling 53-49 win over the Bay High The Sharks opened fast and scor- New Fire Chief to 1:0
Tornadoes Tuesday night in the ed three ijies. l,,. fure ay i Tueo 0
Sharks season opener. N Ficould pu one ii L baI ke The View
Elliott was tigh scorer of the could puoneIILh.basethe View,
1ighott was hith eh scorer 0d e t Tornadoes threatened to close the In a r,.-ular 3ain., election hold 12:00
night with seven baskets and eight gap several times with foul shots, Monday at the Fire Station at the Tues
but were unable to make the points. City Hall, Port -;t. Joe's Volunteer Staffo.
'Late in the first quarter, the Bay Fire Department elected Charles Wed
Moose TO Collect team began to gain, but the Shark Wall to serve as its chief for the 20 and
tight man-to-man defense held them coming year. Bob Elizey and Wes- Joe, .R
FOOd For The Needy away and they missed many shots. ley R. Ramsey were elected as as- a.m. to
Fo F o At the end of the quarter, the sistants. -:00 p
Sharks were in the lead 14-11. Wall succeeds Henry Geddle who
The local Moose Lodge will
begin their annual campaign n the second quarter, the Sharks has served as chief for the past
begin their annual campaign
to collect food for the poor were threatened several times when -year. Ellzey and- Ramsey succeed Chaper
this Saturday when they.will the Tornadoes moved from behind Earl Atchison and Charles Wall ByST
Sto tie the score. Elliott continued who were the assistants for the
mae or to oor canvass his eagle eye activities around the past year., Mrs. J
o city. meibasket to keep the Sharks scoring. Geddie can point with pride to
The Moose members will The Sharks ended the half-time his year as head of the fire de- one chain
tour the. city in two trucks with a two point lead over th6 Bay apartment. During his term of office, Committ4
with Boy Scout Troop 06 of High team, 27-25. the fire department has purchased ing chap
Oak Grove to collect food. The The second half was just as close a tank truck to carry water to out. December
-Scouts will come to your door as the first with the Sharks going lying districts, largely through the note and


for a donation of a can or
package of any food. The food
will go to the annual Christ-
mas baskets. for the poor,
made up and distributed each
yea-f on Christmas Eve by
the Moose Club.
In charge of the Moose
Christmas basket- committee
this year is Emmett J. Laird
who offers a special appeal
that you donate a caneorpar-
cel of food Saturday. If you
are not going to be home Sat-
urday, leave your donation on
your front porch and 'the
'Scouts will pick it up.


Open Letter To The

Public From Stone

To the people of Port St. Joe.,
On behalf ot the Retail Merchant
SDivision of the Port St. Joe Cham-
ber of Commerce, I would like to
take this- opportunity to offer our
thanks to all those who participated
in and helped make possible the
FouTnder's Homecoming Celebration. I
Our thanks go out to:- Senator
George Tapper, E. C. Wimberly,
Mr.s Susan Chason, Mayor Joe Sha-
rit and all the forces of the City of
POrt St. Joe, Fire Department, Po-
lice Department, Joe Christian, Jake
Belin, Harry Saunders, St. Joe Pa-
per Co., Jim Cox, American Legion,
American Legion Auxiliary, Organ-
ized Labor, Lions, Rotary, Kiwanis,
Methodist Men's Club, Chamber of
Commerce, First Methodist Church,'
First Baptist Church, Catholic
Church, Presbyterian Church, Epis-
copal Church, Scout Troop 313 and
Durel Brigman.
And a special vote of thanks to
the Port !St. Joe High School band
and its director, Mr. Herman A.
Dean; The iStar and to station


ahead and- staying there except
when Bay ivould move up to tie
the score.'
The Tornadoes came from behind
to tie the score 43-43 with only
three minutes left in the ball game.
Then several foul shots and a bas-
ket sent the Sharks out ahead and
they kept it that way although Bay
crept to a 49-51 score with seconds
left. Three- good foul shots salted
the game away for the Shark's.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe 14 13 10 16


Bay High
Box score:
St. .Joe
Davis. W .


P


Shuford, B. 1
Elliott,-W. 2
Hinote, T. 1:
Ray. L. 1


11 14 10 14


t. Bay High
4 Coleman, J
6 Tolar, B.
2 Smith, E.
2 Allen,' J.
0 Smith. R.


efforts of Geddie. Equipment has
been placed in top-notch condition
and fully meets the standards set
up by the Florida Fire College. The
big city fire siren has been put-
back into operation and many other
improvements to' the department
in general.
The new officers will take over
operation of the department on
January 1.


15, Mrs.
Lamar Jc
mas Ball
School G
Wewahit
Chaperox
Mrs. Wal
Mrs. Pau
powd.
Decem
and Mrs


Urges Further


rt To Grow Pines


ay Schedule

gins This Week

mobile X-ray unit of the
a State Board of Health
w In Gulf County taking-
hest X-rays to check for
:ulosls. This mass X-ray
nation Is being made In
ration .with the Gulf
y Health Department
he Gulf County Tubercu-
and Health Association.
are urged to take ad-
ge of this free service
the X-ray unit is in your
ty. It doesn't hurt and it
only about two minutes
ur time and may save
months of Invalidism later

X-ray icheduJe for the
St. Joe area Is as fol-

s., Dec. 11, and Wed.,
12, St. Joe Paper Co.,
7:00 to 10:00 a.m. and
o 5:00 p.m.
rs., Dec. 13, Kenney's
5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Dec. 14, Chltty's Store,
D and F, 1:00 to 4:00
:00. to 7:00 p.m..
Dec. 15, Port St. Joe,
and -Fourth, 10:00 a.m.'
0 p.m. and 2:00 to 5:00.
is., Dec. 18, Highland
Post Office, 9:00 to
a.m.
i.,,Dec. 18, White City,
rd Grocery, 2:00 to 4 00.
., 'Dec. 19, Thurs., Decr*
I Fri., Dee. 21, Port St.
teld and Fourth, 10:00
o 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 to
.m.


ones Are Named
AC House Committee'

ohn Robert Smith, chaper-
rman o fthe STAC House
te, announces the follow-
lerones for the month of
r: Dec. 8, Mrs. Terry Hi-
d Mrs. W. Thursbay; Dec.
Herman Barbee and Mrs.
ordan; Dec. 22, The Christ-
1 will be held at the High
ym with an orchestra from
chka playing for the ball.
ies will be Mrs. Otis Pyle,
lter Duren, Mrs. Ber.t Munn
ul Fensom and Mrs. Joseph

ber 29. Mrs. Charles Gill
. Henry Maige.
-'C


Send The Stat to a ftrient. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Cites Improvements In


Harbor and Canal


Florida's senior Senator, Spes-
sard Hollan d was honor guest at
a barbecue held at the Centennial
Building Tuesday night. -The hon-
oring' group was made up of 6ivic
groups from Port Sti Joe and We-
wahitchka and City- and County
government officials from both ci-
ties. Abbut 300 guests were pres-
ent.
Jake -Belin acted as master of
ceremonies at the affair and intro-
duced Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor of
the Long Avenue Baptist Church,
who gave the blessing for the din-


Grocers Set New
Store Opening Hours

It was announced this week by
the grocery stores in Port St. Joe
that all stores will change 'their
opening hours to 8:00 a.m. in place
of 7:00 a.m. as they have in the
past. -
This opening time was aree4
upon by the grocer division of the
Retail Merchants Division -of the
Chamber of Commerce.
All grocers will cooperate and
will open for business at 8:00 a~m.
each morning except Sunday.
Participating in the new opening
hours are, Piggly Wiggly, Quality
Grocery and Market, A & P and
W & W KA Super Market.
The Individual stores closing time
will remain the same as it has been
in the past.

Fire Department Has-

A Busy Day Sunday

The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department had a busy Sunday this
past week end.
Sunday at 12:30 p.a the Fire De-
partment was called to Avenue F in
tn quarters where an oil stove was
acting up. Only smoke .damage was
suffered by, the house.
Sunday morning at 2:00 a.m. the
department was called to Highland
View where a house burned be-
hind the McCormick Super Mar-
ket. The house, which was com-
pletely destroyed, was unoccupied
at the time.
The house was nearly destroyed
when the blaze was discovered and
the alarm turned in.


ner. Four feeding tables were set
up to serve the guests as they ser-
ved themselves from a plentiful sup-
ply of barbecued chicken, ribs, cole
slaw, pickles and coffee.
After the dinner, MC Belin pre-
sented Senator George Tapper who
introduced the guest of honor to
give an address to those gathered.
. To begin' his address, Senatpr
Holland recollected the first time
he spoke in Port St. Joe in 1938 dur-
ing the Centennial Celebration held -
in Port St. Joe to commemorate
the hundreth anniversary of the
signing of the first Florida Con-
stitution In old St. Joseph located
near the present site of Port St.
Joe. Senator Holllid was a State
Senator at the time.
Hiolland cit e d improvements
made in the last year to the har-
bor at Port St. Joe; to the Intra-
coastal Canal and to the State For-
estry protection service. He ap-
plauded the progress being made in
this vicinity in the production of
'pine trees. He said that pine trees
grew faster in, this section of
Florida than any other.-He urged-,
that further efforts be made to
convert idle lands into tree pro-
ducing areas. According to the Sen-
ator, the pine tree was responsible
*or 350 million dollars in manufac-
tured products in Florida-last ypar.
'Senator Holland then switched.
his subject to the proposed govern-
ment highway system that,will be
built on a ten year plan on a pay-
as-you-go basis. He declared that
this network of roads will give the
nation some 40,000 miles of first
rate roads for the driving public.
The highway system isa being built
for three purposes;, to provide su-
per-highways for defense purposes,
to curtail some of the traffic acci-
dents on the road today and f( r
more comfortable driving condi-
tions: through better roads. Holland
said that Florida will get 30 mil-
lions of dollars for the first year
of this program and 34 millions for
the second year. The first link of
the' national super-highways will
run from Pensacola to Jacksonville
but he didn't say what route they
would follow to get there.

He pointed -out that funds for thil
road system that would be speit
in the state of Florida would not
come from the road assistance the
state now receives from Washing-
ton. The money for this highway
system Is being financed by increa.i-'
ed, taxes on gasoline and tires.
-In predicting things to happen
in the next session, Holland dwelt
on the subject of decreased income
taxes to some length. He said that
a good chance of income tax reduc-
tion was existing UNTI-L- the
fighting started in middle Europe


TOTAL 53 Carmichael, S. 8 and the Middle East. He declared
Carmichael, M. 4 'Port St. Joe High School's 1956 Valuable Substitute award, Buddy my Wilder and Charles Boyer. Quar- that this threat of war would kill
TOTAL 49 Shark football squad was honored Hudson. All Conference award, terbacks; Blair Shuford, Edward any chance for a decrease in taxes
The nqxt Shark game is Saturday, with- a banquet Saturday night in Wayne Taylor. Taylor was the on- Smith and Jackie Mitchell. Half- during 1957. According to Holland,
December 8 against Altha here in the High School lunch room with ly unanimous choice of the NW backs; Travis Jones, Buddy Hud- the defense budget was increased
the 'onial gyum -ni. the team, their dates and guests Florida coaches, to receive this son, Wilford Elliott, Ronnie Young, the past few. weeks by an additional
attending. honor. Taylor was presented with Ward- Richards and Richard Zip- two billion dollars even while the
WJOE. r The program was opened with a miniature gold football from the perer. Fullbacks; Wayne Taylor budget was in the process of being
To Mrs. Madeleine E. Whitaker the invocation by Leo Punt. conference. Honorable mention to and Willie Daniell. Manager; Ken- drawn up.
goes our deepest appreciation as Superintendent of Public Instruc- all-conference were FrankPlestcber ny (The Hat) Marlow. As to the form of reduction, Hol-
general chairman of the social c- tion Thomas A. Owens acted as Sonny Chafin, Tommy Wilder, Blair Following the awards, principal land stated that the next tax re-
tivities program "for this celebra- toastmaster for the evening and Shuford and Wilford Elliott. Leroy Bowdoin introduced Dr. How- duction that comes along will be
tion. Without her help, this pro- introduced the guests present who Senior awards of gift certificates ard G. Danford, Athletic Director probably in the form of increased
gram would never have been .pro- were: Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Seisson, from the Retail Merchant's Divi- of Florida State University... Dr. exemptions rather than a tax* cut.
duced. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bowdoin, Coach sion of the Chamber of Commerce Danford brought a thought provok- He pointed out that the exemption
Sincerely, 'and Mrs. Lamar Faison, Coach and were given- to Wilford Elliott. Tra- ink talk on football and sports in rate had been hiked by only $100
ffesse V. Stone Mrs. James Gunter, Coach and Mrs. vis Jones, Blair Shuford, Tommy the school curriculum. He stated per personal exemption since the
Chairman, Retail Merchant's 'Marion Craig and Mr. Owens, him- Wilder and Doug Walters. The gifts that football is worthy of financial end of World War II andthat the
Division, Port St. Joe Cham- self. were donated by Austin-Atchison support from tax funds if it is value of that dollar had decreased
her of Commerce. Following remarks from the prin- Company, Boyles Department Store worthy of its inclusion as an extra- considerably since 1945.
S cipal, Leroy Bowdoin, Coach Mar- and Costin's Department Store, curricular activity in a school pro- 'Holland said that the fact -har
ST. MARY'S and ST. ANN'S ion Cfaig presented the awards and .Receiving letter awards were: gram. He further stated that foot- the nation had a Republican presi-
TO MEET MONDAY -' letters to the following. players: Ends; Frank Fletcher, Billy Den- ball should contribute to the edu- dent and a Democratic congress
St. Mary's and St. Ann's Guild of Wilford Elliott, Captain and Most ton, David Musselwhite and Larry cation of the students concerned IWould not result in a battle in the
St. James' Episcopal Woman's Aux- Valuable Player. Trophy donated by Porter. Tackles; Larry Mansfield, or it has no place in the educational Congress between parties. He said,
iliary will meet next Monday night the high school and a sport coat do- Terry Hinote, Fred Griffin and program. he doubted if the Colgress would
at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. William Ma- nated by Stones' Shop for Men. Best Doug Walters. Guards; Sonny Following the dinner and pro- go along with any one group pass-
zarol as hostess in her home on Blocker award, Sonny Chafin. Best Chafin, Alex Gaillard, Ken Hurlbut, gram, a dance was held in the High ing controversial legislation with-
Hunter Circle. I Tackler award, Wayne Taylor. Most and William Lucas, enters; Tom- School gymnasium. (Continued On Page 10)'


Sharks Honored At Banquet


Saturday; Awards Presented


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Highland View WSCS Meets With

Mrs. W. H. Weeks, Monday, Dec. 3

The, Woman's Society of Chris-i M'its Marjrrle Rogers, vice-presi-
tian Service of the Highland View dent, presided and gave the call o
Methodist Church met at the home worship using Psalm 147 followed
,of Mrs. W. H. Weeks on Monday with silent prayer and the reading
evening, December 'S, at 8 p.m. of the scripture lesson from Job
28 and Acts 20.
The program consisted of a very
domprehensive- discussion of the
-United Nations stressing its help-
fulness to weaker nations, its c'u-
thority and role as an arbiter.
Those taking part were Mrs. A.
THURSDAY FRIDAY B. Pratt, Mrs. Eula Rogers, Mrs.
W. C. Forehand, Mrs. W. H. Weeks,
Mrs. Lillie House, Mrs. Katherine
ANIOHi"LPH 7' Brown, and Miss Margie Rogers.
Mrs.. Ada Pratt of Panama City
and Miss Barbara Brown were
IN TI' guests at the meeting and Mrs.
,,s r ., Madeline SStweart, -a new member
IWA"[Ye Or was present.
"' The Quadrennial goals and the
^ ... .....duties of the officers were reviewed
by the president; Mrs. A. B. Pratt.
The life membership pin was pre-
sented to Mrs. W. H. Weeks by
Mrs. W. C. forehand and in her in-
imitable way she stressed the value
I of the honoree's friendship and lov-
ing service to the community and
S .. her local church in a beautiful poem
TECH~-ICOLOR on "Friendship"
S BAYlARA HALE This was followed by an original
.. -..-i J poem of great charm read by the
author, Mrs. A. B. Pratt and dedi-
SATURDAY ONLY cated to Mrs. Weeks.
Refreshments of pie, coffee, nuts
-- FEATURE No. 1 -- and candy were served by the host-
ess to the gr9up.

q." Long Ave. Circle

N ,R Met Tuesday P.M.

The Long Avenue Baptist Wo-
man's Missionary Society met Tues-
day evening for a mission study and
--FEATURE No. 2 --- covered dish supper. The book
taught, "Japan Advances" by W.
Maxfield Garrott, was introduced
by Mrs. Joe Ferrell, mission study
C _- W chairman. The social hall was ap-
i' .o ~-' propriately decorated with Japa-
Snese lanterns, flying fish and para-
sols. Interesting posters depicting
Japan's geography, economic and
religious life were placed about the
.. room. Assisting Mrs. Ferrell in pre-
senting the hook were Mrs. A. P.
Marlin, Mrs. James T. McNeilI,
SUNDAY. MONDAY Mrs. J.,C4. Traweek, Mrs. Mervin
TUESDAY Hague, and Mrs. J. D. Clark. Mrs.
Durel Brigman, social chairman and
Mrs. H. F. Barbee, WMU president,
On the Screen were in charge of serving the sup-
per.
Present for this delightful and in-
V 'formative meeting, were Mrs. L. E.
,, Voss, Mrs. M. L. Conger,,Mrs. H. L.
r ^ v / i Ford, Mrs. Frank Barnes, Mrs. Mer-
vin Hague, Mrs. B. G. Creech, Mrs.
H. F. Barbee, Mrs. Durel Brigman,
r -Mrs. L. W. Porter, Mrs. Joe Alli-
good, Mrs. J. G. Alligood, Mrs. T.
J. Braxton, Mrs. F. C. Harper, Mrs.
Joe Ferrell, Mrs. James T. McNeill,
Mrs. Grady Player, Mrs. Doyle Re-
.'i 91 therford, Mrs. James C. Traweek,
Mrs. B. F. Machen, Mrs. J. C. Odum,
Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. Calvin Mus-
Aud,,l~., pl~l -i Herr, .rfnd,] selwhite, Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs.
loM] Elrr -r P. B. Fairley, Mrs.: W. D. Sykes,
.. b., Miss Martha Wilson, Mrs. J. 0. Lu-


LETTERS TO

SANTA CLAUS

Dear Santa Claus
I love you. I would like a basket-
ball set and a china tea set for
Christmas and a croquet set and
a blackboard and boots, size 2 and
a baby blanket.
Love,
(CON NI JA.CKSON'
Age 9


Dear Santa Claus
I love you very much. I


would


like a doctor set and a cow girl
suit and a baby stroller and boots,
size 12, and a baby blanket.
Love
DALE JACKSON
Age 6.
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The .Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest-in-charge
12nd Sunday in Advent, Dec. 9.
7:-30 a.m., Celebration of theLHoly
Communion. 9:45 a.m., Church
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning prayer
and sermon. 7:00 p.m. The Young
People's Service League. O u r
League will have as their guests
the League from the Church- of the
Nativity, Panama City.
St. Thomas the Apostle, Friday,
December 21. 10:00 Celebration of
the Holy Communion.'
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cas, Mrs. C. H. McKnight, Miss
Alma Baggett, M r T. D. Hutchins,
Mrs. W. H. Howell, Mrs. -Joe Me-
Leod and Mrs. A. P. Martin.

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Azalea Circle Will Meet
With Mrs. Mary Grice
,The Azalea Circle of the Garden
Club will meet Thursday, December
13. at St. Joe Beach with Mrs.
Mary Grice at 3:15. Each member,
Is asked to wear a Christmas cor-
sage. At the end of the meeting
these corsages will be contributed
to the circle and be presented to
the Municipal Hospital for Christ-
man. -
Work will be done during th eaf-
Jtbernloon on other Christmas ar-
rangements for the hospital.
CHRISTIAN PROGRAM
SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY
S A Christian radio program, which
is featured all over the nation will
be heard from 7:45 to 8:00 a.m.
Sunday over station WJOE. The
program entitled "Showers of Bles-
sings", is sponsored' by the Na-
zarene.
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Attend Paper Conference
Leo Shealey, Rush Chism, Nor-
.man Allemore, Sr., and Bert Munn,
Sr.,. returned from Gainesville,
Tuesday night after attending the
5th Annual Pulp and Paper Confer-
ence there this past week end. Sat-
urday afternoon they attcnde-I the
Miami-Florida football game.
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New York harbor covers some
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mr, played in t&, I pew York-New.
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estimated to have consumed about
two-thirds of the total free world
supply of nickel. In the same
year, it produced only about two
per cent of the total supply.
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NEWS F OM
Highland View
By HELEN RIqHARDS
Phone AIll 7-2627

Mrs. W. A. Mobley of Fitzgerald,
Georgia and Steve aid Marie Gran-
tham of Robins Field at Macon, (Ga.
spent the week end with Mrs. Prid-
geon and Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Christmas, Mrs. Mobley is the
daughter of Mrs. Pridgeon and the
sister of Mrs. Christmas .
Henry Butts and his fishing crew
have gone to Marathon for the win-
ter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Foster spent
the week with her sister, Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Goodson in Bronson. .
, The Executive Board of thle High-
land View PTA met Wednesday at
2:00 p.m. Plans for "the next regu-
lar meeting were made at this time.
The regular meeting is Monday,
December 10 at 7:30. All parents
are urged to be present.
The Highland View WMU met at
the church Monday at 3:00 to be-
gin their week of prayer, Mrs. Ruth
Harbuck, program chairman, was in
charge. The group sang the song,
"All Hail The Power". Scripture
was Isaiah 9; 6 with' prayer by Mrs.
Harbuck. The introduction to the


week was given by Mrs. E R. Du-
Bose. Training for Christian iSer-
vice by Mrs. Ruth Graham. Going
to School in Nazareth by Mrs. A. B.
Rhames. Suiting the Training to
the Need by Mrs. Lillie Dchols. The
Power of the Printed Press by Mrs.
T. 0. Richards., WMU Literature in
Other Lands by Mrs. Harbuck and
The American Bible Society by
Mrs. Alice Macomber.
Attend "M" Night
Attending "M" Night, Monday, at
the Immanuel Baptist Church from
Highland View were, Mrs.Nora Lee
Roney, Olin Roney, Rev. and Mrs.
L. F. Adams, Sandra and Libby
Adams, Mrs. C. L. Coker, Jeanio
Coker, Mrs. W. C. Goodson, Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. DuBose, Mrs. Thel-
ma Rhames, Faye Rhames, Helen
Richards, Mrs. A. D. Roberts, Valer-
ia and Gail Roberts, Sarah Cather-
ine Cumbie, Mr. and Mrs:.Leo Ken.
nedy, Linda and Bobby Kennedy,
J W. Littles. Plans for the year,
1957, were focused.
Men's Club Meets
The Highland View Men's Club
had their regular meeting, Monday
,night, with a good attendance. The
next meeting has been set for next
Monday, Dec. 10, due to the holiday
season, after which they will be
every two weeks.
This on your printing Is a sign of quality.


Bobby McKnight 'Receives i friends who might like to send him
Promotion In Japan a card or letter, his present address
is:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKnight of SP3 Robert McKnlght
this city have received word from RA 14 570 091
their son, Bob that he has been Fld Sta (7202)
promoted to the rank of SP3. Bob, APO 929
known to his Port St. Joe friends, Slan Francisco, Calif.
I Bob saysthat he would like to
as "Bobby", a graduate of the Port hBo says that he would like to
hear from more of his friends in
St. Joe High School in the class of this vicinity.
1954, is serving with the Army Se- _
curity Agency in the Far East, and ar Want Ads et Result
is stationed at Brady Air Base, -.
Itazuke, Fukuoka,, Japan. For his.! It pays to advertise try it!


CR~OSSWORD rLUZZJ1


PUZZLE NO. 423


ACReOSS
1 Insensible
state
5 Measure of
wood (pl.)
10 Command
to cat
14 To state
15 Constellation
16 Persian
gazelle
17 Ship officer
18 Loop wilh
running knot
19 Large dog
20 Entreats
22 Kind of
orange
24 Cruise
25 Flll in drops
27 S-'lk
32 Bird lpl.t
36 PP.
39 Grown'- out
40 Pittsbu -,hi
42 Cookies
44 Insect
45 Troj,in lUi'o
47 Condition
49 Compass
point
50 Pi.- "Ilog
52 I
mistake
53 New Guinn-
city
54 Goddess of
discord


56 The Orient
58 Esteems
62 Tidier
66 A hodge-
podge
67 Drove golf
ball in cup
69 KnowledOe
70 Gloves Ivar.)
71 Feminine
Same
72 Ireland
73 Time gone
by
74 Estimated
. 75 Let it stand
DOWN
1 Group of
tents
2 I,,ce track
3 To opportion
4 Extent of
innd t1l.,
5 Is composed
of
6 Gold. in
S. A."rican
7 :
a Gave medi-
cine to
9 Scoffs
10 Old Indian
custom
11 Li
12 ,
13 Converts into
21 1 i plat-
23 .., .1


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p.:.P o I:. 1.p1 i
27 Large
bundles
28 Unaccom-
panied
29 Animal
31 Freshet
33 Jury list
34 Tried to
mount to
heaven on
eagle
35 1 i 1 .
38 i I .
41 Post of a
swinging
b urier
43 WasV, lft


destitute
46 Withered
48 ActLaIl being
'51 Wca:lhier
55 Roman
matron's
garment
57 Stories
58 Gambol
S59 Lamb's
pen name
60 Occupies a
seat
61 Cut length-
wise
63 Civil wrong
64 Grpit iLnke
G5 I 1 -.
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point


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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6,B 1956







THURDAY DECM5~ 6, 966THE TAA P~~T S. JE, GLP OUNT, POR4


Harry Howell of Marianna Is Voted

Coach of Year St. Joe Players Named

Harry .Howell was voted Coach of Star team.


the eYar and seven of his squad
were named to the Northwest Flor-
ida Conference All-Star team last
Friday in Chipley.
Coaches and officials of the con-
ference met in Marianna and voted
on the All-Star selections and
Coach of the Year honor.
Howell was picked for leading his
team to the Conference champion-
ship, despite an upset by Walton
of DeFuniak Springs.
Bobby Conrad and Bud White-
head, of Marianna who have accept-
ed grid scholarship at Florida State
University, were named to the All-


Other backs named were Wayne
Taylor of Port St. Joe, Jack Blud-
worth of Walton, Jerry Gay of
Chipley, Jim Parker of Chipley and
Canty Highson of Quincy.
Ends named were Jim Martin of
Quincy, Walton Bell of Walton,
Ken Ricker of Marianna and Bob


Peacock of Quincy.
Centers are Saunders McMullin
of Marianna and Eddie Brown of
Walton.
The honorable mention choices
were;
Backs-Bill Helms and Bob Park-
er of Bonifay, Wayne Goodson and
Bill Suber of Quincy, Wilford El-
liott and Blair Shuford of Port St.
Joe, Wilson McRae and Will White-
head of Marianna, David Bludworth
and Jim Armstrong of Walton and
Tom McDonald of Chipley.


1 _- -Ends-Scott avis o
Oushings of Chipley. Charles Peel of Chipley
Tackles are Ron Bowers of Chip- Tackles-Wayne Tidw
ley, Jim Cook of Quincy, Jack Ow-anna.
ens of Walton and, Charles Evans
of Marianna. 'Guards-Ken Carter
Guards are Jim Dykes of Mari- and Sunny Chafin of Po
anna, Len Holmes of Marianna, Rodger Downs of Quincy
Emory Baker of Walton and Ben Sellars of Chipley.


of Quincy,


NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE
By HELEN NORRIS

L. C. Deese returned home Sun-
day after spending some time in
Houston, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Worley and
daughters spent the week end in
Bonifay visiting with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Deese and
children of Panama City.spent Sun-
day visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Carl


ell of Mari- Deese.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown and son-o
Tallahasseewere the Sunday guest!
of Chipley of the latter's parents, Mr. and
rt St. Joe, Mrs. Everette McFarland.
* and Dave Mr. and YMrs. Allen H. Norris







c appliance to please ev-
keep on giving happiness
year. Yes,; electrical gifts
of ande useful They save


and children motored to 'Panama
City Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Nixon of Wewa-
hitchka spent Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. -T. Campbell and chil-
dren,


f BY.....HELENHALE
ST' MAKE your holiday table.
d decorative, use lace-like metal-
lie foil and pin a row of it around
your table cloth. If you have a
Slain green or red cloth, use white
lace paper doilies around the cen-
ter to circle the centerpiece.
Need'a punch bowl? You don't
need to have one if you use a glass
or mixer bowl that comes in white.
Circle it with bright red tissue
THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
Stuffed Dates
(For 1 pound dates) ,
1 tablespoon butter
2% cups confectioners' sugar
2 tablespoons orange juice
Jelly candies
Cream butter with sugar. Add
orange juice and form mix-
ture into pencil-like rolls. Slice
and stuff this into pitted dates.
Top each date with a slice cut
from jelly candy.

paper, frost with bauble-trimmed
veiling.
Spray your tree with "snow"
before you bring it indoors. You
can avoid messiness in the house
by doing it before it's in a freshly
cleaned living room.
Make your own skirt for a
Christmas tree by buying a circle
of felt. Trim with sew-on sequins
and iron-on snowflake appliques.
A wire salad basket is a won-
derful container for hanging
greenery such as mistletoe. You
can- spray it a festive gold if you
really want to make it fancy.
If there are toddlers in, your
family, hang plastic and sturdy
wood ornaments at'the lower part
of the tree where the child can
reach. Plastic foam ornaments are
also good for this purpose.
A good way to display Christ-
mas 'cards is on in old' window
shade, especially if it's green.
Hang it on a huook un the '.aU -r,d
tape the cards on at the top as
they arrive


LAFF OF THE WEEK j


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ALL KIND OF FRUIT
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Large Box
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CHUCK STEAK
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AROUND STEAK
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Como
Toilet Tissue
17 rolls $1.00
Armour's
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Dec. Meeting of

Citizen of Month
The Port St. Joe High 'School
Parent-Teacher Association met
Thursday night in the auditorium
of the school for their regular
monthly meeting with the president
Mrs. Paul Fensom, presiding.
An interesting and informative
program was presented by Leroy
Bowdoin assisted by Mrs. Kathryn
WIy and students. The program, in
the form of skits, dealt with prob-
leim that all parents and teachers
encounter each year of the school
term. Narrator was Bruce Parker.
Mrs. Ralph Swatts presented the
devotional assisted by Mrs. Chris
Martin, who sang a solo.
'Reports were given by Mrs.
Wayne Biggs on the Stac House
and 'the plans that are being made
to increase the funds for furnishing
the Youth 'Center when it is comr
pleted.
Mrs. Swatta gave a report &n the
conventiQn. 'She was a delegate
Erom the high school as well as at-
tending in the role of State Histor-
ian. The TriH1-Y served coffee
and cookies in the lunch room fol-
lowing the meeting.

PTA Held Thurs.
Patsy Lewis Named
?PAtsy Lewis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Lewis, has been
elected 'Senior High citizen of the
month of November. Patsy was
born in Port St. Joe, December 10,
1941. Her favorite sport is volley
ball. Patsy's talents are musical.
She plays the drums in the Senior
Band andi also plays the piano.
Patsy -is also a member of the
Firstt Baptist Church.
'The other two nominees from the
Senior 'High are Cella Tomlinson-
and, Connie Chason. Celia lives with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Tomlinson at 1608 Long Avenue.
She is active in the Student Coun-
oil and the Senior Honor Society.
She is the organist for the First
Baptist Church and plays the piano
for the Kiwanis Club.
Connie is -the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Chason. She is president
of the Junior Honor Society. She
is very active in, the Senior High
School band. Connie is a member
of the First Baptist Church.
The nominees from Junior High
were Howard 'Lovett, Fredd y
Joines and David Odum. Of these,
Howard Lovett was elected.
Howaird is, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joel' Lovett. He is active in
the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church. He is also a member of
the Senior High 'School band.
(Freddy Joines, son of Mr. and






By LYN CONNELLY
BUDDING actors and actresses,
take this advice from Betsy
Palmer-be a television panelist
if you possibly can. .. The pretty
blonde panel member of ABC-
TV's "Masquerade Party" thinks
that paneling has some definite
advantages over acting-although
she wouldn't advise anyone to
forsake a million dolar- Holly-
wood acting career "In pan-
eling," says Betsy. "There's no
scene-stealing You don't run
into the same rivalry that you
often do among actors Sin#te
every panelist has his own field,
his own techniques and delivery,
you're not competing for atten-
tion .. The only rivalry comes
from trying to guess a guest's
identity, and that's a game.
"There's another important ad-
vantage to paneling; you don't
have to memorize dialogue .
That's a particular blessing for
people with poor memories .
Betsy goes on to point out that
working on a panel does away
with long rehearsals, moving from
one location to 'another, and the
101 worries connected with keep-
ing your name in the bright
lights.
But if yon think the 26-year-old
actress is giving up her acting
career for quiz panels, you're
wrong. '. She's leen acting since
college days and feels there's too
much of the ham in her to stay
away from the stage or camera
very long You may have
seen Betsy in t movies "The
Long Gray Line," "Queen Bee"
and "Mr. Roberts" Last
summer she was active in sum-
mer stock and before that she had


a fairly good role in the short-
lived Broadway pla.y "Affair of
Honor" She's also done a
number of TV plays.
When not involved with TV,
Betsy lives the life of a house-
wife (a very good one, say her
friends) with her obstetrician hus-..
band, Dr. V. J. Merendino .
Other pursuits Include reading, a
wide variety of outdoor sports,
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called the greatest novel ever writ-
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the first unsuccessful attempt to
dramatize the immortal classic,
Paramount's Ponti DeLaurentiis
filmization of the 1400-page book
has had its triumphant world pre-
miere and will begin its local run
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at
the Port Theatre.
A huge, three-hour-andAtw-nty-
eight-minute motion picture, "War
ald Peace" required six years and
the combined efforts of tsns o:
thousands of people from all over
the world to be brought to comuole-
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of producer Dino DeLaurentils and
director King Vidor, the vast pano
rama of life, love and battle in Im-
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containing some of Europe and
America's greatest acting names.
IStarring in the three major roles
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with a birthday party honoring
their youn gson, Harold Busby, on
his 12th birthday. The party was a
weiner roast hel dat their home on
Garrison Avenue.
After games were played and
gifts were opened, the hostess ser-
ved hot chocolate and candy. Those
attending were Kenny Marlowe,
Gayle Griffin, Patricia Hanlon,
Floynell Walker, Betty Joe Smith,
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Has Business Meeting

The Woman's Auxiliary of St.
James' Episcopal held their regu-
lar monthly business meeting, Mon-
day afternoon at S30 in the parish
house.
Mrs. Will Ramsey presided over
the meeting. The Rev. Gardner Un-
derhill installed the new officers
for the year in a ceremony in the
church.
A covered dish luncheon will be
held on December 16 following the
1100 a.m. service. It was voted to
send a donation to the clergyman
fund for use at Christmas. -
mas Party is being planned for the
Church School and will be announ-
ced at a later date. The group also
voted to provide a box of canned
goods and clothing for some needy
family for Christmas. A spaghetti
supper is being planned for the of-
ficers -of the church school and
choir members and their husbands
and wives.
The meeting adjourned with the
auxiliary prayer. Eleven members
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.ideas from other editors -
From the East Oklahoma Trib- themselves. They not only disre-
une, Vian, Oklahoma: Like a guarded their captain's caution, but
giant, threadbare ball that's been defled his coaching brazenly.
pummeled unmercifully, the civi- Deep down, Uncle Sam has
lized world seems to be splitting spoiled his adopted brats as well
at the seams, as half the people of the crazily
Russia has been the Captain of spinning universe. He's ladled out
one team, the Satellites. Uncle billions to them, including some
Sam has been calling signals for of the gear used In this new con-
the Western power squad, test. Sadly, their gratitude has
But now we find both sides turned to deceit and scorn ,
breaking training rules. In a sin-
gle urge the players on both sides From the Dove Creek Press,
seem to have begun throwing dust Dove Creek, Colorado: Judging
in the eyes of their respective by news report of automobile ac-
captains. cidents, modern cars with their
Poland and Hungary laid down multi-hundred horsepower engines
the law to their Big Bear coach and super-sonic speeds react in
until he can no longer control strange ways to the temperaments
their plays peaceably, so he's try- of their drivers. Almost daily one
Ing other tactics, reads "car left highway on curve,
John Bull and France called a crashed into tree and killed driv-
special huddle and came up with er." Or "car pulled out of traffic
fantastic plays, deliberately cal- line without warning, struck on-
culated to catch their trusting coming car head on--occupants of
captain unawares. On one end both cars dead." Or "car went
play they teamed together to run out of control and rolled over bank
interference for Israeli, and in into river-bodies not yet found."
effect, became the aggressors in Owners must be protected from
what may touch off disastrous the Irresponsible actions of cars
losses. or it will soon be suicide to drive
Incidentally, these two team one of them.
mates which Uncle Sam has trust- One way to show your car you
ed so faithfully, have diverted are boss when it shows signs of
world attention from a losing Big taking the "bit into its teeth" is
Bear squad to this unheard of re- to cut its feed supply and spur It
volt against their captain and con- with well adjusted brakes-that
fidant. If they lose the crucial might teach it a lesson, if you live
game, it will be because they beat through the experlmnt.


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Miss Kathryn Marshall, standing
right, was chosen as a page in the
court of the D-Club queen at Colo,'
radio Women's College recently.
...........Miss Marshall is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Marshall of this
city. The queen was chosen from
Sthe three girls in the front row
.and Miss Donna Kallsen, center,,
was chosen.
Completes Boot Training
Jimmy Stevens, SA, sonf of Mr.
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Senator Holland

out the concurrence of the other
body. He pointed out that the two
parties in the Congress served as
checks and balances but that he
couldn't see where any one faction
would power through legislature
just because it could do so.
'Holland stated that after a start
that was not exactly accepted by
many people, the UN has come. into
its own. It was his feeling that the
attitude of, the people in the UN re-
flects the attitude of the majority
of the people on earth in desiring
peace.
Holland predicted that If the UN i
continues to secure the peace in the
present crisis it will emerge with
the prestige that the leaders in the
20's had for the League of Nations.
He predicted that in 1957, the UN
would become the opinion of the
world, to be heard and heeded. In
so doing, the UN would become a
powerful tool for peace.
I Holland also 'predicted- even
more prestige for the U. S. in the
UN next year.
-Holland also predicted a great
year for the nation and the tate.
He recognized the fact that parts
of Florida were growing faster
than others. But, he declared that
all of the state profited by any
growth. He urged that Floridians
"stick together for 'the good and
growth of Florida'-After all, we're
all Floridians.'.
Holland listed as one of the after-
maths of growth," increased repre-
sentation. He predicted that by
1960, Florida would -be sending 11
to Washington which would give


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Florida an important part in the
decision? of the nation, and- also
more responsibility in the nation's
government.
Holland closed his remarks by
expressing his thanks for his invi-
tation to the gathering and for the
fine barbecue dinner that was ser-
ved.
MARIETTA CHAFIN
ON ORGAN INSPECTION TOUR
Marion, Ala. Members of the
Judson Organ Guild recently visit-
ed the Greensboro' Baptist Church,


the Firfst Methodist Church, the A few minutes once a week or -
needed, with a good dust gun nnd
First fiethodist Church, the First good dust will save a garden tha'
Presbyterian Church, and St. Paul's may be destroyed by nse't.t ini
Episcopal Church for 'the purpose diseases


of examining and comparing the
organs in the various churches.
After the tour of the churches
was completed, Mrs. J. E. Walker
and Mrs. Bert Williams were co-
hostesses at a barbecued chicken
supper for the Guild. The supper
was served at the Greensboro Bap-
tist Church.
Marietta Chafin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Chafin of Port
St. Joe was in the group making
the tour.


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area plus front and back porches
and car port. Only $7250.00. About
$2,000.00 down and balance on long
term mortgage.
WANTED: Industrial' debit man-
for this area. Start salary $75.00
per week. Phone 2-5478, Tallahassee
or P. O. Box 227.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished' small
apartment for couple. Water fur-
nished. Oall 7-7736, Mrs. W. B.
Ferrell. 11-29-tfec
SPECIAL SERVICEb
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.

FOR SALE: House at White City
and three lots at (St. Joe Beach.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estat6 & Insurance
BAll 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. tic
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.


Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
Reel Parts and Repairs
'RADE US that useless article for
Something useful. STOP and
'WAP.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home
1. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No.'56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
.lien, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
fHERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every second and
fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m.
All Master Masons cordially Invited.
J. B. GRIFFITH, W. M.
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310


1"19o re1 -u-,, r. --- -r "'r9*~ ..
Oki" ..~r21r


Fourth St. eating night every other N
Monday. TOO LATE TO
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1.. 0 CLASSIFY
O. F.-Meets first andthird Thure- lI
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All By RUSSELL KAY
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren Invited.
A. P. GILBERT, Secty. Under the leadership of the Flori-
G. F. LAWRENCE, N. G. da State Retailers Association, Flor-
NOTICE of FICTITIOUS NAME, ida retail merchants are conducting
Notice is hereby given that the an "all-out war against shoplifters,
-undersigned, desiring to engage in Millions of dollars are lost to mer-
business under the fictitious name
of THOMASON'S PURE OIL SER- chants each year through the cun-
VICE STATION, at No. 301 Monu- ning work of professional shoplift-
ment Avenue, in the City of Port. ers and the busy Christmas season
St. Joe, Florida. intends to register makes the problem doubly difficult
the said name with the Clerk of .
-U-'__ +


the Circuit Court of Gulf County,
Florida. .4-11-22
BLAKELY THOMASON


NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby, given that the
undesigned, desiring to engage in
-business under the fictitious name
of 'St. Joe Builders Supply Com-
pany in the City of Port "St. Joe,
Florida, intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Gulf County, Florida.
/s/ 3J. P. FLEIiSHEL 4t
/s/ -HENRY C. BROWN
/s/ J. B. HARRIS 12-6
NOTICE OF DIVORCE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE -FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY,
DOLLY DIMPLE WHITE, )
Plaintiff, .)
Vs. )
VERNON W. WHITE, )
Defendant. )
TO: Vernon W. White, whose 'ad-
dress is: 1300 South Florrissant
Road, St. Louis 21, Missouri.
You are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, Benjamin H. Dickens, 107 See-
ond Street, Port St. Joe, Florida,
and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court at Wewahitch-
ka, Florida, on or before the 31st
day of December, 1956. It you fail
to do so, judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief


H holiday Spe ;ials




Furniture Upholstering

Fully Upholstered, Springs Replaced, Retied and Padding Added

CO U C H $45


Occasional Chairs ando

Rockers
Dinette and Utility

CHAIRS


$8 to $22



$1.75


AUTO TRIM SPECIALS
ALL 'PLASTIC and LEATHERETTE

Seat Covers $19.50
Complete Set Tailored and Installed FIBRE and LEATHERETTE

Seat Covers $36.00


s $28.50


3.50 to 5.50


aga~ it they feel tVhe- aae justified
it.,
TWbw do you spot a ahopllfter?
Wel lyou watch for certain types
of individuals. 'Persons wearing
loose, baggy clothing. Persons car-
rying loosely folded umbrella. Wo-
men with open handbags or folded
newspapers in their hand. Tipsy or
make-believe tipsy customers. Wo-
men with baby carriages. Attempts
to engage you in conversation when
others are at your counter, giving
a confederate an opportunity to pil-
fer unobserved.
Many merchants have reduced
shoplifting in their establishments
by rearranging displays and stock
so that if within reach of the custo-
mers, 'it is still in view of clerks
and floorwalkers. iSome use mirrors
that enable clerks to watch mner
chandise when apparently looking
in another direction. A strong over-
head light is helpful.
These are, just 'some of the
points brought out in the manual of
the Florida State Retailers Associa-
tion. If you would like a copy write
to Dallas L. Hostetler, Executive
Director, Florida State Retailers
Association, P. 0. Box 735, Winter
Park, Florida-
Maybe you never thought about
It, but folks who are honest, suffer
right along with, the merchant
when the shoplifter is successful
for the loss the merchant sustains
has to be made up and it means
higher cots for you so it is to your
advantage to report any case of
shoplifting you encounter. No one
likes to be a tattletale but shop-
lifting is a criminal racket that


to handle.
In order to help merchants spot
the "shoplifter" the association has
issued a brochure entitled "How oA
Stop Shoplifters" which is puiblish-
ed as an educational iservied and is
being distributed to 30,000 retail
employees throughout. the state.
Catching a shoplifter is not easy
for they are cunning and crafty.
Clerks, are on the firing line. They
must be cautious as well as alert.
They cannot accuse anyone of be-
ing a thief but they can watch sus-
picious shoppers and call the man-

demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
I Done and Ordered at Wewahitch.
ka, Florida, this 19th day of No-
vember, 1956.
George Y. Core, Clerk .
Circuit Court, Gulf County,
Florida. 4t-11-22
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, thOe Florida Live-
stock Board and the United States
Animal Disease Eradication Branch
have agreed to cooperatively con-
duct a campaign of bovine brucel-
losis eradication in Guif County,
Florida, in conformity wima the Reg
ulations for the Establishment, and
Maintenance of Modified Certified
Brucellosis Free Areas; and
WHEREAS, over 75% of the cat-
tle owners, owning a majority of
the cattle in Gulf County, Florida,
have petitioned the Florida Live-
stock Board and the U. S. Animal
Disease Eradication Branch to in-
stitute procedures for establishing
that county as a modified certified
brucellosis free area;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
SOLVED That the Florida Live-
stock Board, in accordance with the
provisions of Chapter 585, Florida
Sintm u-s hereby. quarantines Gulf
County, Florida, and adopts the fol-
lowing rules and regulations rela-
tive thereto:
REGULATION 1. No female cat-
tle or breeding bulls over six
months of age shall be moved into
or within the above described quar-
antined area, with the following ex-
ceptions:
(a) Slaughter animals.
(b) Cattle destined to points be-
you dthe area, provided such cat-
tle are not unloaded within the
area.
(c) Those tested and found nega-
tive for brucellosis within 30 days
prior to date of movement.
(d) Cattle under 30 months of
age which were officially calf vac-
cinated, identified and reported.
(e) Cattle which were a part of a
certified brucellosis-free herd or
area at the time of sale.
(f) Officially vaccinated calves
that are more than 30-months of
age from otherwise clean herds
which do not react at more than
incomplete in 1:200, provided the
animal has three successive tests
not less than 30 days. apart without
a rise in titer.
This Quarantine shall be in full
force and effect on and after De-
cember 3, 1956.-
This 9th day of November, A. D..
1956.
FLORIDA LIVESTOCK BOARD
'Wilmer Bassett, Acting Chmn.
C. L. Campbell, DVM, Secretary
State Veterinarian


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Mattress and Springs


Get Your Beauty Sleep On A Beautyrest From Danley's

ONE OF THE MANY VALUES offered during our Pre-Christmas Sale!

A Fine Christmas Gift For Anyone


SAGGY MATTRESS? When springs get weak in theilt
old age, you might as well be sleeping in a hammock
for all the support you get. This old sway-back should
be put out to pasture and replaced by a new Beauty.
rest mattress with matching box spring..; the perfect
combination for restful sleep.


Butler's Trim Shop
112 Reid Ave. PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE


,. Green Stamps.. Your Extra Savings


On All Purchases of. ..


GASOLINE

OIL

LUBRICATIONS


TIRES and BATTERIES

AUTO ACCESSORIES, etc.


ENTHOMASON'S Pure Oil

STAMPS. .
Service Station

COME IN FOR FREE COPY OF THE NEW S & H CATALOG -- Fill your Green Stamp books before
Christmas for lovely gifts at no cost to you;


CLEAR PLASTIC

Seat Cover


Side Panels


should be bcheked. -
It may isrprl e yod to kn1o that
a great many eildron af caught
shoplifting. Some are taught such
dishonesty by parents, others by'
evil companions. Most all of them
know that they are doing wrong but
think it is smart and the more they
are allowed to get away with it the
worse they become. Juvenile au-
thorities are aware of the situa-
tion and are trying to deal with it
in a constructive intelligent man-
ner. Children .who- start as shoplift-
ers in many cases w1nd up. as pro-
fessional criminals.
'Stealing Is stealing whether the
theft be a package of gum, a bottle
of coke or a diamond ring. Parents
who let their children get by with
the theft of little things, calling it
a childish prank and saying "they
didn't know what they were doing
or didn't mean anything by it" are


letting thamIelvea in for aome saura
enough heartaeb s later on.
Florida ha'w-a model shoplifting
law and. our legilattiire deserves
credit for its intelligent action in
this respect. Merchants and the pub-
lic can do much to check the prac-
tice, and in doing so will be -serv-
ing not onl their own interests
but also will make Florida a better
state in which to live.


Hot Weather In history
Sow weather has affected history
throughh the centuries is told.in:
scores of major events, including
the storm at sea that helped to
AestrWythe Spanish Armada ang
save l6th-century England; the rait
that hastened the defeat of Napo-
leon at Waterloo, and the famed,
snows of Russia in which the legions
of both Napoleon and Hitler were
bogged down.


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. IO OAR.POR ST jot. ULF COUNTY. FLORIDA


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TTHC, I l ip s


Florida Drivers
(Continued From Page 1)
tte owner nor operator can b3 as-
ce&ras ed. Larson said the na uei
insured while residents of the
same household, the husband or
wife of the named insured and t!hsir
relatives, will be included amongI
those covered, according to the po-
lihy. Guests are also included un-
der the coverage while occupying
an automobile operated by the
named insured or spouse.
T h e Insurance Commissioneir


wh) li t1 f 1 oAtrt t&dsdgae wxu- wCARD-OR -THAN1.K
sively k9r+'nmsuriag priv&t, pIsaeu" I wish to Atake thi$ opportunity
ger cars owned by individuals or to try and 'express the great thank"
by huxsbMid and wife. The new fam- I have in my heart to all of the
ily protection.coverage will be af- people in Port St, Joe who were so
forded at low cost by endorsement, very kind and considerate of myse-i
of the automobile liability insur-, and my young daughter, Rita, dur-
ance policy. It will be issued for ing the recent illness and 'death of
limits of liability corresponding to my wife. I especially wish to offer
my thanks to Doctors Joe aad
those specified by Florida's finan- Wayne Hnehdricks, the hospital
cial responsibility law. staff, Mrs. George Adkins; Mrs. R.
D. Prows, Mrs. R. M. Spillers and
One of the natural charaoteristles all who were so helpful during this
of cranberry jelly and other taWi period of sorrow.


--....--- ut jelly is to "weep" after the
said-that companies offering this mold is cut. To prevent this, place
coverage will Wnake it available to cranberry jelly tp smaller molds
owners of" private passenger cars so that all of it will be used up at
that are eligible for insurance un- one meal. Then none will be left
-der the 'family automobile policy,' to stand and "weep."


May God bless you, and I will
never forget you.
WILLIAM RASMUSSEN
Star Want Ads Get Result'


with the DORMEYER. -- ---~
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potats masher and staner all with 2 color wood enameled handles and meIal reck
3 Ways to uv.,. COME IN-TELEF


bTh ALL ilE .* '/,L,; '. .I ". t ,trt ".?er ara.:r -,,, te nll l e, dr' a .i. cl. oal .1,,1g full .ie Full Pew.e H -ea, Duly Z i loaf r -s-e t a ered .card
r..ad-a gnd I.,. 1 .. ".., t -. jr k., .en .tl -..1 iie4.....g lab ng l eH rncr, ACDC UnlVe I Mal M eor N.g r,"ChlckMu" Arm. Requires
Whiirlng double beat. a,.,re fi-ner, flulfir textures lighter, creamler btten The portable mlxing p* Light weight, "itff" motor for rio.ble change
head mn.a r rng an .ff t e. Tri r grinds rw or cooked nme and veg etabet. ey Portable Mixing on e o ff 'Ean4Clan Grinder aftc"es )
to perfection. The1x, Ort ges althmJ iuaeesier and quicker, thelbtoy .Im m. .,dn
And ifyo huaywe'll ,dude thi DEUXE 3 SHELF--20 15--25g" all steel, while npoaclainan eaml Changes from Mixerto Juicerfpr I wimprovedOJheandSranet
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r Er Quic k t cer 2 opal ar mi and ow swd. d oA .
* Gleaming wk ie porceliln eonamel ctro.m. beaters
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MANY OTHER VALUES TO CHOOSE FROM


Pensacola, Marianna, St. Peters-
HONE burg and West Palm Beach already
I s have public junior colleges serving
I DEALERS NAME AND ADDRESS "
Plem ,,sd a ,.A ALL-TIMER DORMEYER Mi. pin. frt. 3 sl Escambia,' Santa Rosa, Jackson,
.5. wi 'sp .d,-d1... t.. .o. j Washington, Calhoun, Holmes, Pin-
ra ......---.... ellas, and Palm Beach Counties.
l d....... Mrs. Paul PFensom, president of
iR HOU ci t... z.,,...: .st............ the local high school Parent-Teach-
S .... ........... er Associ'ation, and chairman of the
FW i board and Gulf County Superinten-
IIBA 7 '3151 dent Thomas Owens attended the
DAII "-3 I 1 session in behalf of Gulf and Bay
...... Counties.

Do Your Christmas Shopping in Port St. Joe
7 N '*_ **** -- .....-dil


PORT THEATRE Sunday, Monday, Tuesday


Veterans Service Officer
Sets Local Visit Dec. 14
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may receive
guidance from Preston L. Nicholas,
Assistant State Service Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area next
week for the purpose of helping
veterans or their dependents in fil-
ing claims for 'Compensation Bene-
fits or solving their Insurance prob-
lems. This free service includes as-'
sistance .to employers of veterans
under the G-I Bill, Vocational Train-
ing, Subistence or other problems.
During his visit in this area Ni-
cholas my be contacted at the City
Hall from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. Friday,
December 14.


Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Prim of
803 Garrison Avenue announce the
birth of a daughter Holly LuGene
on November 30.
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Maddox
of 1805 McClellan Avenue announce
the birth of a daughter, Eva Mar-
garet on December 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Rhames of
Highland View announce the 'birth
of a daughter, Carrie Susan on De-
cember 1.
Send The Star To A Friend


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.4-


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and all ways!
And they are ... because they're
designed and tailored with a
man's everyday 'activities in
mind !
They look good and feel good -
whether you're sitting, standing,
moving around or just relaxing!
That's why you'll find them the
perfect combination of fashion,
quality and value. Come in and
try one on


AUSTINTATCHISON COMPAlI'


P Io7 174 eII AIeI


Proposed Sites
For Jr. College
Are Announced
School leaders from 32 counties
were told Tuesday that location of
five proposed new junior colleges
will depend to a large extent on a
county's ability to help foot .the bill.
No attempt was made to select
the areas where the first colleges
would be recommended nor were
any estimates given on appropria-
tions the 1957 Legislature will be
asked' to provide.
The speakers made it clear that
the selection or sites would depend
on population, educational need and
local financial ability.
Thomas D. Bailey, State School
Superintendent and members of the
Community College Council met
with superintendents and school
board personnel of 32 counties com-
prising 14 areas considered in the
top -priority group for junior col-
lege development.
Other speakers were Council
Chairman Allen Grazier of St. Pet-
eraburg and Dr. J1ames L. Watten-
barger', council director. A major
factor in locating the colleges will
be a mninimum potential enrollment
of at least *100 students. ,
Localities from which four or
five will be selected for immediate
construction include Dade, Brow-
ard. Polk, Hillsborough, St. Lucie,
Marlin Indian and Manatee,
Orange. Osceola, River and Okee-
chobee, Sarasota and Seminole,
Volusia and iFlagler, Lake and Sum-
ter, Marion. Levy and Citrus, St.
Johns. Taylor and Putnam, Duval
and Nassau, Suwannee, Hamilton,
Madison, Taylor and Lafayette, and
Bay and Gulf.


and Relax at the PORT THEATRE During
WILLIAM HOLDEN DAYS -
Wednesday & Thursday, Dec. 12-13


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" AUDREY HEPURN comforts MEL FERRER in this scene from
Paramount's "WAR AND PEACE." Technicolor. VistaVision.


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410 Reid Ave.


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