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VOLUME XX Single Copy S .ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1956 NUMBER 16
Commission Orders Police
To Stop Speeders In City
May each and every one of you have one of the happiest Christmases
ever. During this time of charity toward one another, may we have the
Strength to carry this tradition with us through the year to come.
Paper Company Will Play Hosts To P. 0. Gives Last
Shark Squad At Gator Bowl Game Minute Instructions
The Shark FootballSquad will be Coaches Lamar Faison and James In order to serve patrons more
the guests of the St. Joe Paper Gunter. effectively and handle the tremen-
Company this year at the Gator ------dous amount of Christmas mail that
Bowl game on Saturday, December is being received daily in the lo-
29 in Jacksonville. City Hall Will Be eal post office, Postmaster Chaun-
The Paper Company is treating cey Costin has announced that the
the entire squad to a trip to the Closed Xmas Eve Post Office will remain open all
game and the game itself as a pub- day Saturday, December 22, and
lic service gesture. The City Hall will be closed there will be a partial delivery of
The Sharks will leave from the all day Monday and Tuesday mail to City Delivery patrons on
Trailways Bus Depot here Saturday, of next week it was announc- Sunjay, December 23. However,
iDecember 29 at 5:30 a.m. for the ed this week by City Auditor post office windows will not be
trip to Jacksonville by bus. They and Clerk, R. W. Henderson. open for the transaction of basi-
arrive in Jacksonville around 11:30 The City offices will be clos- ness on Sunday.
a.m. and will go to the Seminole ed to give city employees a The Post Office will be open for
IHotel for a banquet provided by the long Christmas holiday week all services on Monday, Decemjer
Paper Company. Following the ban- end. 24 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. as usual.
quet, the boys will go to the sta- Only special delivery and' box hol-
dium for the ball game and will re- der service will be available on
turn home immediately after the Missionary To Talk Christmas Day. Letters mailed will
game. The Paper Company is pick- ry be dispatched as usual.
ing up the tab from the time they At First Baptist Church Postmaster Costin wishes to
leave Tiome until they get back. commend postal patrons on the
Those taking the trip will be: fine cooperation they are giving
Ross Hudson, Johnny Price, Rich Mrs. Marion Cowherd, a Southern postal employees in separating
ard Zipperer, Ronnie Young, Willie :Baptist missionary to Indonesia, Christmas cards for local and out
Daniell, Ward Richards, David Mus- and her family will be guests of of town delivery; using the red and
selrwhite, John Miller, Jackie Mit- the Firset Baptist Church. Mrs. white labels which were recently
chell, Wilford Elliott, Bill Chism, Cowherd seems especially close to distributed for this purpose. By
William Lucas Ed Bobbitt, Alex Baptists of Port St. Joe because separating and tying mail in bun-
Gaillard, Leonard Costin, Travis s'he has been sponsored by the First dles and labeling them, postal em-
Jones, Edward Smith, Doug Wal- Baptist Church for a number of ployees are saved considerable time
ters, Frank Fletcher, Terry Hinote, years. Every member of the First in sorting for the canceling ma-
Terry Porter, Ronnie Parker, Ken Baptist Church and any other in- chine and the public benefits by
Hurlbut, Fred Griffin, Charles Boy- terested person is urged to be pres- faster 'and more efficient service.
er, Tommy Wilder, Billy Denton, ent at the morning worship service Costin informed the Star that
William Chafin, Larry Porter, Blair next Sunday morning at the First 10,000 pieces Of mail went through
Shuford, Wayne Taylor, Larry Baptist Church. She will only be at the canceling machine Monday of
Mansfield, Ronnie Raffield, Leo the morning service. this week and over 400 parcels were
Punt, Steve Lucas, Kenny Marlow, iSunday night at 7 p.m. will be taken at windows and dispatched
'Freddie Bowdoin, Jimmy Adams, the annual Student Night at Christ- that day. This did not take into
Leonard Jeter and Bobby Williams, mas program at the First Baptist consideration an estimated 6,000
and Principal Leroy Bowdoin and Church. pieces of letter mail and 300 par-
Band Boosters Say
Uniforms Are Paid For
Henry C'l.i,.-ii, president of the
Band Boosters Association, announ-
ced this week that final payment
has just been made on all new band
uniforms, and this includes the
majorette uniforms that the Assoc-
iation had assumed responsibility
The entire organization desires
to take this opportunity to thank
everyone, and especially the mer-
chants of this entire area who have
been so generous and helpful to
the high school band at all times,
and to wish all patrons and friends
of the band a very happy holiday
eels received from other offices for
delivery to patrons in this city.
Costin stated that since the can-
celing machine used during last
Christmas season did not tabulate
the count of mail cancelled, he does
not have a comparison for the same
period last year but believes a con-
servative estimate would put the
volume 10 to 12 per cent above last
He wished again to express his
appreciation and that of the entire
staff to all patrons of the Post Of-
fice for their consideration in mail-
ing early and tying their cards in
bundles labeled "Local" and "Out
of Town Delivery", also to encour-
age the use of 3c stamps on Christ-
mas cards which are mailed after
this date to assure that they will
get first class handling and be de-
livered before Christmas.
He wants especially to wish ev-
eryone a very merry Christmas and
a happy and prosperous New Year.
A stern letter to the police department by the city com-
mission this week set that body on notice that they were to take
all steps necessary to stop unnecessary speeding by automobiles
within the city limits of Port St. Joe. The letter said in effect,
that the situation had gone as far as could be tolerated and was
making for a state of danger on the city streets of Port St. Joe.
The department was ordered to immediately take all the necessary
steps, including warnings and arrests to put a stop to the violation
of the speed laws within the city.
The letter said, and we quote, "It is observed that the
people have no regard whatsoever for their speed and especially
in the more congested areas on all streets in the city the par-
ents of this city are setting the examples for their children and a
great many of their children are running wild insofar as the law is
concerned." The letter was signed by J. L. Sharit as Mayor of
The Star considers it a pity that grown people should
have to be referred to in such a manner. But the law in question
is being so flagrantly violated that no other than harsh steps can
be taken with any success. It is a pity that grown, adult people,
with constant reminders every day in the newspapers of what
automobiles can do to people, must be forced into behaving on
the streets. It is a pity that they must be "tamed" when they get
behind the wheel and become something other than the ordinary
law-abiding citizens that they normally are.
We are quick to admit that speed alone doesn't cause all
the accidents. But we will be the first to admit that speed has
the determining factor as to how bad an accident can be.
In this day of constant reminder through the press, ra-
dio and television of the equation that automobiles plus speed
equals death, it is childish on the part of the motoring public for
such a stern order to be issued. We can understand a p9lice-
man's reluctance to arrest a man for the "negligible" offense of
speeding, especially at the holiday season, but it has been brought
on ourselves by our own careless attitudes toward speed and auto-
We would especially urge you to wake -:f- to the danger
of speeding in a crowded city at this holiday season. If you don't
care about yourself, there might be someone close to you who
just might want you around over Christmas anyhow and poss-
ibly a while longer. So why not act your age and ease up on that
gas pedal. Live a little longer and enjoy life.
No quarter will be given. If you are seen speeding by
the police, you will be pulled in. They have orders to do this
of the most imperative nature, and it will have to be done. So
if you don't want to be arrested, we would advise that you slow
down to a safe and sane speed.
Santa Claus Will Make A Repeat
Visit To Port St. Joe On Saturday
Planned for Youth
On Saturday, December 22, the
High School gymnasium will be the
scene of a formal Christmas ball
sponsored by the STAC House com-
mittee of the Port St. Joe High
School. The decorative theme for
the occasion will be "A Winter
Wonderland". The ball will start at
8:00 o'clock p.m. and last until
1'2:00 midnight. Music for dancing
will' be supplied by Broward Brog-
don's band of Wewahitchka. The
We~ahitchka and Apalachicola
High School students are cordially
invited to attend.
,STAC House Committee members
who are working on this event are:
Barbara Mitchell, Jerry Buchart,
Judy Fensom, Diane Gilbert, Cindy
Carbonneau, (Diane >Lay, Edward
Smith, Crista Duren, Willie Dan-
iell, Betty Ward, Ann Miller, Ray
Lapeyrouse, Betty Jo McCormick,
Delores Chism, Gilbert Martin,
Richard Zipperer, Diana McKnight,
Tony Barbee, Leonard Costin, Kath-
leen Dowd, Barbara Eells, Susan
Gainous, Gall Gill, Robert Hutch-
ins, Mike Morton, Higdon Swatts,
Marie Talley and Kenneth Hurlbut.
Moose Club Plans
Dance For Baskets
The Moose Club of Port St. Joe
is sponsoring a dance at the Cen-
tennial Building tomorrow night be-
ginning at 8:00 p.m. to help raise
money for their annual Christmas
Music will be by John Dickey and
his band with admission set at
Santa Claus is all set, according
to recent word from his headquar-
ters, to make his second visit of
the month to the children of Port
St. Joe and talk with them.
(Santa is being brought to town
as an annual project of the Aotary
Club of Port St. Joe. Along within
Santa's visit, the Rotary will pro-
vide sacks of candy and goodies
for all the children who come to
visit with Santa Claus.
(Santa will come into town by his
trusty fire wagon mount and will
do a little parading about town ba-
fore he lights at the city park
across from the Motel St. Joe at
3:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
As was stated in last week's pa-
per, Santa was to have been here
this afternoon, but a last minute
change in his schedule forced him
to change his visit date to Satur-
Santa sends a special invitation
to all the children in Port St. Joe
to be sure and be on hand to talk
with him Saturday and get on the
list, tell Santa what you want and
just have a good chat with the
The Rotarians will be busy Fri-
day night preparing the sacks of
favors for the children coming to
their Christmas party honoring the
The Moose Club collected a good
bit of food for the needy last Sat-
urday in their canvass of the city
but a little money is needed tu
round out the Christmas baskets
that are distributed every Christ-
mas eve to needy families through-
out Gulf County. This dance is one
of the activities being sponsored
by the Moose Club to raise tnis
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At the regular meeting of the City
Commission Tuesday night it was
brought before the Commission by
Commissioner 'Chandler that the
roof and the floor at the Centen-
nial Building were in a bad state
of repair and should be tended to
Commissioner Chandler was au-
thorized to look into the situation
and report his findings back to the
Mayor Sharit reported to the
Commission that much speeding on
the part of automobiles was being
observed in the city and that he
thought it should be stopped, by
force if necessary.
The Mayor pointed out that sev-
eral warnings have been issued con-
cerning excessive speeding, but it
had gone unheeded. He recommend-
ed that the Commission put the
police department to work stopping
speeding in the city by any means
at their disposal, including arrest.
The Commission agreed with this
recommendation and charged the
police department with that re-
sponsibility. It was pointed out to
the department that a possible bad
holiday accident might occur in
Port St. Joe during the coming hol-
iday season if something isn't done
The City Commission agreed
Tuesday night to install several
buxes on parking n iter posts, ap-
town to take fines owed by people
There will be one such box in
each block to receive the fine en-
velopes. The boxes will 'be fitted
on the parking meter post and will
be painted yellow.
Formerly it has been necessary,
when receiving a parking ticket to
go to the post office and mail the
fine or go by the city hall to pay it.
After the boxes are installed, those
overparking need only drop their
fine, in the envelope provided on
the parking ticket, into the yellow
box provided for that purpose.
Mrs. D. Thomas
Resigns From Her
Mrs. Dottie Thomas handed in
her letter of resignation as direc-
tor of the Municipal Hospital at
the City Commission meeting Tues-
'Mrs. Thomas' resignation will be-
come effective on December 31. She
has accepted a position with the
Adams Hospital in Panama City.
Mrs. Thomas finished one year of
service at the hospital last month.
During her period as manager of
the institution, it has seen many
material improvements and for the
first time in its history, the hospi-
tal has operated in the black while
making physical improvements to
the hospital itself. Foremost of
these improvements was a new
$12,000.00 x-ray machine which was
completely paid for this year,
In addition, the hospital has been
repainted inside and much work
has been done to provide more bed
space, including the converting of
the sun porches into hospital
During the past year, tentative
plans have been drawn up for the
enlargement of the hospital but
they have not been officially ap-
proved by the City Commission as
Home For Holidays
Miss Pat Wilder, student at Flor-
ida State University will arrive this
week end to be with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder of Oak
Grove for the holidays.
Seid The Star To A Friend
Mrs. Sharit Hostess
To Gladioli Circle
Mrs. Joe Sharit was hostess to
L.mbers of the Gladiolus Circle of
L1. Port St. Joe Garden Club in
t.eir meeting Thursday afternoon
in her home on Constitution Drive.
-rs. H. R. Maige was co-hostess.
The home was beautifully decor-
ated with Christmas arrangements
i.,ade by members of the.circle. A
C( ristmas tree was used as the fo-
cal point. Members exchanged gifts,
\.ie dining table was covered with
a white linen cloth and held an ar-
ringement of white and pink ca-
iuillias, flanked by silver candel-
.,-ra holding white tapers.
Mrs. Terry Hinote, Mrs. D. H.
J.nes and Mrs. Cecil Hewitt had
,..arge of arrangements and decora-
amns. The program was "Ways and
Means of Making Christmas ^r-
rangements" and was presented by
A.rs. Mae Allison of Panama City.
.ie was introduced by Mrs. Roy
L.llman also of Panama City and
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Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Wimberly
of White City announce the birth
of a son, Michael Stephen, born on
Mr. and Mrs. Hosie Owens of 1308
Woodward Avenue announce the
birth of a son, Hosie Kevin on De-
Mr. and Mrs. Clio Adkinson of
Oak Grove announce the birth of
a son, Vic Noel on December 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Kenneth Ar-
nold of this city announce the birth
of a son, Neil Kenneth, Jr., on De-
All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital at Port St. Joe.
'Christmas Hours Are
Listed At Museum
Special Christmas day hours have
been listed by Mrs. R. H. Brinson
for the Museum at Constitution
Mrs. Brinson states that the mu-
seum will be open from 11:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. on Christmas day. All
visistors aore welcome to attend.
[Several recent visitors to the
museum include: Mr. and Mrs. Ira,
B. Lykes of Washington, D. C.,
Mr. Lykes is with the National
Park Service. Truman G. Futch of
Leesburg, Mr. andd Mrs. Thurmond
L. Smithof Palmetto and U. S. Sen-
ator Spessard L. Holland of Bar-
"Messiah" To Be Sung
By Methodist Choir
The choir of the First Methodist
Church will present Handel's Mes-
siah in a special Christmas musical
program !Sunday night at 8:00 p.m.
The Methodists are beginning at
8:00 to enable other churches in
the city to turn out a little early
and come to their service if they
The "Messiah" is one of the tra-
dtional Christmas cantatas and will
be rendered by a 25-voice choir un-
der the direction of Bill Cowden
with Mrs. M. P. Tomlinson at the
The program will include about
40 minutes of singing by groups
and soloists, concluding the pro-
GABRY MOORSDE -must rush to
the defense of Henry Morgan,
panelist on Garry's "I've Got a
Secret" show in the lace of many
ompladnts about Henry received
weekly Garry maintains the
show would be nothing without
lenry and it surprises us that so
nany, people do not realize this
'act IVlorgan is blunt, even
;ortroversial, but he is the pivot
2pon which the success or failure
:f the show swings Since the
program is a howling success,
much credit must necessarily go
to the cynic who helps immeasur-
Personally, we consider "I'rve
3et a Secret" the best panel show
an the air Probably "What's
My Line" has the most intellec-
tual panel but they always convey
such a stuffed shirt air that there
Is little fun init But Garry,
-enry, Bill Cullen, Elaye Emerson
and Jayne Meadows make you feel
as though you know them all per-
sonally and they do seem to be
havingg every bit as much fun as
he audience .. We can't ima-
gine Bennett Cerf, Arlene Francis,
John Daly and worothy Kilgallen
indulging in some of the tomfool-
ery on Garry's slbw.
OAPITOL:-In time for Christ-
mas comes a. beautiful album by
Jackie GIeasqn, that eighth wond-
er of the world When all the
hubbub of the holilday season is
over the gifts opened the
dinner eaten youUll enjoy sit-
ting down for a relating period
with just your family and this
superb album that catches the
spirit of lChristmais so glowingly.
Jackie conducts the orchestra
S(in whick. he has added an elec-
tric celeste for 4t fragile, soft
sound that is intriguing) through
songs such as "I'll 'Be Home For
Christmas," '"White Christmas,"
"Jingle Bells;* "Hone 'Happy
Holiday," "Winter Wonderland,"
"By the. Fireside," .and many
others. T~ e Keith Texior Singers
add a p]aspt note. .i
... cheer to one and all,
ANDY W Season be the finest ever
ANDY'S WELDING REPAIR
may this Holiday
THURSDAYDA, EOCWMBMt 90- 19B8
a former member of the Port St. gram with the famous "Halleluiah W. Plair, for the Christmas holi-
Joe' Gaden'Club. Chorus". days.
Coffee and fruit cake waa served Everyone is cordially invited to -
at the conclusion of the program, attend this service. Here For Visit
to the 27 members and guests pres- -M- iss Martha !Costin. freshman
ent. Guests were Mrs. Joe Chris- Here For Christmas student at Florida State Univer-
tian, Mrs. Bill Wager, Mrs. Gardner M'Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph Plair and sity is with her parents, Mr. and
Underhill, Mrs Bill Cumble and children Michael and Diane of Au- Mrs. Chauncey Costin, for the
Mrs. Joe Paffe. gusta, Ga., arrived Tuesday to be Christmas holidays.
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ---
J. Clements, and Mr. -and Mrs. J. advertising doesn't cost. It PAYS!
wish that you'll
enjoy a jolly
GUNN READY-MIX CONCRETE CO.
Wewa Highway Phone 7-7251
AT HALLMARK'S I
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greater! Values are everywhr in the
mils of aisles prepared for your
browsing and shopping pleasure. Visit
HALLMARK'S TODAY. See the brilliant
array of well known brands, the complete
range of sizes and colors, the prices that please
every budget. It's fun to do your
Christmas shopping at HALLMARK'S,
Port St. Joe's most modern and complete
READY-TO-WEAR for men, ladies and children -
ladies GIFTS for the home.
TOYS for all children COSMETICS for men and
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CARD OF THANKS
Thanks to everyone that was so
kind and thoughtful while I was in
the hospital for 11 days. Your pray-
ers, visits, cards, beautiful flowers
meant so much to me during this
time. Especially do I thank my doc-
tor, Wayne Hendrix and all the
nurses at the hospital.
MARTHA JANE BAGGETT
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MINUTES OF THE
DECEMBER 4, 1956
'The Board of County Commission-
ers of Gulf 'County, Florida met
this date in regular monthly session
with the following .members pres-
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman,
J. C. Price, George W. Cooper, Par-
ker G. Hart and T. D. Whitfield.
The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorneys, Road
Supt. and Engineer were also pres-
The meeting came to order at
9 o'clock AxM.
The minutes of the meetings of
November 6 and 29 were read, ap-
proved and adopted.
The following County Officials
bonds were approved for the year
beginning January 8, 1956, to-wit:
George Y. Core, Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court; B. E. Parker, Sheriff;
Samuel A. Patrick, Tax Assessor;
Harland 0. Pridgeon, Tax Collec-
tor; Sam P. Husband, County Judge
Mrs. C. G. Riah, ,Supervisor of Reg-
istration; George W. Cooper, A. J.
Strickland and J. S. Croxton, Coun-
Hon. Samuel A. Patrick, Tax As-
sessor requested permission to cor-
rect his 1956 Tax Roll to give Mrs.
Ruth S. Umlah a Homestead Ex-
emption on her home as assessed
on line 20 of page 89. Upon motion
of Comm. Whitfield, seconded by
Comm. Hart and duly carired, the
Board approved and accepted the
above Tax Roll correction.
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wheels upl And it feels it.
Ford's wider frame lets you sit sweet and low. And
Ford's new front suspension, rear springs and new easy
handling are part of the scheme to make you think every
road is cloud-smooth.
The magic touch of the new Ford power plants makes
mountains disappear. What looks like uphill feels like
downhill. You get this surging power in a wide choice of
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Merry Christmas to allI
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After lengthy discussion with ref-
erence to regulations on filing plats,
there was a motion by Comm. Price,
seconded by Comm. Cooper and up-
on vote was duly carried (,Comm.
Whitfield did not vote), that the
following regulations be adopted by
the Board of County Commissioners
of Gulf County and the same are
hereby effective as of this date,
Board of County Commissioners
'Regulation for Filing Plats in
Gulf County, Florida
1. All Plate must comply with
Section 17'7.17 Florida Statutes, rel-
ative to filing subdivisions Plats.
2. Monuments that are a mini-
mum of 4" x 24" reinforced con-
crete shall be set at all angles and
at the beginning and end of all
curves on the boundary of each,
subdilvivalon. Each lots shall have
a wooden or metal stake or pin set
at each corner, or references shall
be set that definitely fix the loca-
tion of inaccesable corners.
,3. Streets or road right of way
shall be not less than 50 feet for
two-way street, nor less .than 25
feet for one-way street.
4. Building restrictions shall pro-
vide that no structure, other than I
,utilities, may be erected nearer
than 10 feet to the right of way
line of any street or road and each
plat shall have building restrictions
shown thereon as to its relation to
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.al: that you may enjoy-'
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Spilled with luck and happiness
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greetings to all of
you from all of us!
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Grice Hostess Miss Sibbie Brinson, student at
To Azalea Circle Florida State University will arrive
the latter part of the week to be
The Azalea Circle of the Port St.
Joe Garden Club met Thursday in
the home of Mrs. Mary Grice at St.
Joe Beach with Mrs. John Robert
Smith, co-hostess. Ahe meeting op-
ened with the club prayer. Mrs. J.
C. Arbogast, circle chairman, pre-
sided over a brief business meeting.
Each member brought a corsage
to be placed on trays of hospital
patients on Christmas day and'
Christnias trees were. made for
each room by the members also.
An informal discussion on Christ-
mas decorations was the program.
Blue ribbons were won by Mrs. J
C. Arbogast for her corsage; Mrs.
Fennon-Talley for her Christmas
tree and the Christmas arrange-
ment was also won by Mrs. J. C.
Those attending were Mrs. J. C.
Arbogast, Mrs. C. L. Armstrong,
Mrs. Henry Ayers. Mrs. Tonm Byrd,
Mrs. Fred Davis, Mrs. Buck Grif-
fin. Mrs. Chris Martin Mrs. James
Guilford, Mrs. W. 0. Nichols and
Mrs. R. H. McIntosh.
Refreshments were served at the
closing of the meeting.
Program To WSCS
The Monday afternoon classes. of
the Children's Department of the
irst Methodist Church presented
the program on Migrants, under
the leadership of their teachers,
Mrs. R. W. Smith and Mrs. R. M.
The primary department under
the direction of Mrs. Hoker gave a
puppet show with songs. The pup-
pets used were made by the chil-
dren, and the playlett was entitled
"Blueberry Hill". The story of a
migrant family that had to become
migrants in order to live. They
were forced to leave their home by
economic conditions and had to ga-
ther fruit and vegetables for the
growers. Members of the WSCS
and the children present brought
gifts of toys, (Icthing and money
to be sent to the Okeechobeo Mi-
grant Center located at Belglade,
which is sponsored by United
Church Women of Florida.
Following the program, rerresh-
ments were served to the 25 prec-
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with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Brinson for the holidays.
Will Visit Parents
Ronnie Chism and Robe:t Wal-
tres, who are employed in Mobile,
will arrive Monday to be with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rusa Chism
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walters.
Arriving From ,FSU
Robert Nedley, freshman student
at Florida State University will ar-
rive the latter part of the week to
spend the Christmas holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ned-
Guests From California
MSgt. W. W. Busby and Mrs.
Busby and children Judy, Jan and
Jim of Riverside, Calif., are the hol-,
iday guests of Mrs. Busby's sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey Costin. From St. Joe they
will go to Puerto Rico to make their
new home where Sgt. Busby will
It is our' ope tat
tki" C iriv~tmo~time
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you cave ever known! j
J. LAMAR MILLER, Agent
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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THURSDAY, PEOPM;IPER 90, 1956
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GQULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
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FHP GiVes Warning of
Holiday Traffic Deaths
TAJLLAHASSEE The Florida
Highway Patrol today warned pe-
destrians against walking behind
an arm load of Christmas bundles
into the path of a death-dealing mo.
iComdr. H. N. Kirkman suggested
that a little forethought on the part
of the shopping pedestrian might
provide him with the required fore-
sight to keep out of a serious acci-
Thousands of people will flit here
and there on last minute shopping
binges and some of them are bound
to shoot right into the path of trou-
ble if they aren't careful," said
"Those last minute shopping
sprees can lead to disaster if the
person involved doesn't plan to
obey the rules of safety. Darting
from behind parked cars into busy
thoroughfares andl walking against
traffic signs an signals, is certala-
ly no way to avoid an accident.
Yel, a lot of people will break all
safety rules an dsome may not live
to redminber what they did Wton&,'
From the files of the Department
of Public Safety, comes the fasts:
45 persons died and 733 were in.
jured in traffic accidents for a 14-
were also peddstridlis. In' the last
minute days before Ohristmas (De-
cember 18-24) half, or four, of the
aight total, died as a result of traf-
day period, december 16-27, immed- 'ISo, for your own safety-walk
lately before and right after Christ- with safety as your bodyguard. It
mas. is a good way to avoid da trip to the
Fight of those who died were pe- hospital," Comdr. Kirkman declar-
destrians. Many of the 733 injured ed.
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JOHN ROIRMT SDMfH
Bearing gifts of peace and joy \
for your very Merry Chrl.tmsn ,
WIMBERLY PONTIAC CO.
Port St. Joe
Telephone BA 7-4646
Citizen J federal
Savings & Loan
All Savings Accounts up to $10,000
,Insured by Federal Savings &
Loan Insurance Corporation
PORT ST. JOE
iMember Federal *Home
Loan Bank System
weaming of ai
FIRST:- The officers, directors, and office personnel, express their sincere
appreciation to the people of this wonderful West Florida area. For
their cooperation, good wishes, and assistance in every way in establish-
ing this new source of financing of homes, building, repairing, buying
SECOND:- The SEASON'S GREETINGS, wishing each and all safety, health,
happiness, and enjoyment throughout these Christmas and New Year's
THIRD:- We of the CITIZENS FEDERAL GROUP at this time only say,
"When the holidays are passed and we all turn again to our activities
down the year, THEN .. neighbors, friends, we extend you a cordial
invitation to visit us in our association office.
FOURTH:- Let us carry your SAVINGS ACCOUNT for added capital, enabl-
ing us to give more help over our area in building a finer, and more
enjoyable place to live for all of us, and those to come. We are
now in process of crediting our savings accounts with earnings of 3
per cent per annum, current dividend rate for the semi-annual Decem-
ber 31st, period.
FIFTH:- The CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF
PORT ST. JOE, Owned by the savings investors, and operated by suc-
cessful businessmen of Gulf, Franklin and Calhoun Counties.
PLEASE REMEMBER:- Savings reaching us by 10th of the month are set
up on our records so as to begin earnings as of the 1st of that month,
We are especially prepared to care for savings sent us by mail .
just mail us your check, P. 0. money order, or register cash you
will promptly receive our beautiful savings account pass book, entry
WOOLFORD'S SERVICE STATION
Standard Oil Products
COMFORTER FUNERAL HOME
PETE HORTENSE ROCKY
Port St. Joe, Florida
Create a festive holiday mood with "light-conditioning" in your home
this holiday season. There are many new types of bulbs, fixtures and porz zle i..q[-s
V .now available to add charm and beauty
_ with artificial light to every room in the house.
S i-" Ught up this Christmas to Live Better ... Electrically.
Our trained lighting experts will be happy to assist you
W4*q t cost or obligation. Just call our nearest office.
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THURS., FRI., SAT., MON.
DEC., 20, 21, 22, 24
U. S. GOOD
,HALF or WHOLE FRESH
Fresh Dressed Baking Size
HENS lb. 39c
2 LARGE STALKS
2 CANS OCEANSPRAY
2 cans 39c
10 LBS. With $5.00 Order
I10 b. 29c
hLb. Bag 29c|
ALL KINDS OF CANDIES
FRUITS and NUTS
At Close Out Prices
Flowers Assorted 95c Value
Lb. Box 25c
21/2 can 25c
NO. 21/a CAN ALLEN'S
3 LB. CAN ARMIX
I 2Cans 25c
WITH $5.00 GROCERY ORDER
5 Lb. 39c
SEE OUR FUN RACK OF
TRICKS and PUZZLES
From 10c to 98c
: Corner Williams & Third
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We hope that you will receive all the
blessings of this holy holiday season!
Admission prices will be
White Adults ---- 50c
White Children --- 15c
EMMETT J. LAIRD, Manager EFFECTIVE SUNDAY,
Providing residents here with cash DECEMBER 23
for Christmas shopping and Season-
al Expenses is the pleasant job of Admission prices will be
this friendly local business man.
As Manager of UNION FINANCE as follows:
CO., he shows local folks how they White Adults 50c
may get a personal loan up to $300. i u 5
for Christmas Expenses, Holiday r 1
Bills or to consolidate present debts White Children --- 15c
in one convenient place. A 4
If you are looking for financial as- Colored Adults _-- 40c
distance, don't hesitate to phone or
visit. Colored Children 15c
EMMETT J. LAIRD, Manager Clore ldren -
UNION FINANCE CO.
380 4th St. Phone 7-5741 *O l
(Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday evenings)
St. Je Tel. & Te. Co.
116 Monument Ave.
C. R. LAMBERSON, Owner
included in the program for' Jud- of Port St. Joe.
son's annual Christmas concert. ----
The concert was an event of De- Home For Christmas
member 1,6 at 3:130 p.m. in the Alum- Bob Smith, student at Emory
nae Auditorium. University, Atlanta, arrived Friday
Among the members of the Jud- for Christmas with his parents, Mr.
son choir is Marietta Chafin, daugh- and Mrs. John Robert Smith on
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chafin Garrison Avenue.
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Merry Christmas to
everyone we ,
hope Santa brings you
e best of everything
CHEVROLET CO., INC.
401 Williams Avenue
Port St. Joe, Fla.
J. S. COOLEY, Salesman
St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Inc.
Here For Holidays dents at Florida State University. Arriving Mlonday. will be his bro- t
,Miss Ruth .Lynn lamsey arrived other. Lt. and Mrs. Ashley Costin
-home Friday from her studies at To Arrive For Christmas of Quantico. Va.. who will also i
Emory University, Atlanta to spend Jimmy Costin, of Florida State spend the holidays here with his'
the holidays with her parents, Mr. University will arrive the latter parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Costin.
and Mrs. Ed Ramsey. Also arriving part of the week to be with his --
this week to be with their parents, parents and other members of his To Spend Christmas Here 4
are Paul Edwin and Donald, stu-, family for the Christmas holidays. Miss Sara Brinson, RN at the
Veterans Hospital of Dublin, Ga.,
will arrive the latter part of the
week to spend the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brin,
e son and other members of her fam-
/'< PEACE ily. Mr. and Mrs Robert Bedwell'
A Jr., and son Keith will arrive Sat-
-, urday to be with her parents. They
\ -, :Z'15 are from Ashford, Ala.
S "To Arrive For Holidays
S' '. // ', Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brinson of
S/ EAR TH Thomasville, Ga., are expected to
S / arrive the latter part of the week
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to be with Mr. Brinson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brinson, dur-
ing the Christmas holidays.
,Spending Holidays Here
Mrs. Walter Shope of Panama
City is spending the holidays here
with her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Martin.
LOCAL GIRL IN
JUDSON COLLEGE CHOIR
Marion, Ala., Bach, and Brahmn.
chorale preludes performed on the
organ, a group of two-pian.' )elec-
tions, and a performance of the
choruses from the first part :i
Bach's "Christmas Oratoru"- wa.
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SYMPTOMS AT ONE TIME...
IN LESS TIME! IT THE
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GULF SERVICE STATION
AUBREY R. TOMLINSON
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yov a Christmas that is filled with
peace and happiness! ..
FLORIDA BANK at PORT ST. JOE
Member, Florida Group of Banks
Award From The
Farm Bureau Fed.
Senator Spessard Holland became
the first Floridian to receive the
American Farm Bureau Distinguish-
ed Service Award last Tuesday.
The honor was conferred on the
veteran Florida Democrat at a cere-
mony in the Municipal Auditorium
at Miami Beach, where over 6,000
Farm Bureau members and officials
were attending their 38th annual
In making the presentation,
Charles B. Shuman, Federation
president, recited Holland's long
and distinguished service to agri-
culture-and recognized his strong
sponsorship of the flexible price
support program included in the
Agricultural Act of 1954 and retain-
e din the Farm Act of 1956. He also
commended the Floridian for .his
diligent efforts on behalf of Ameri-
can farm families in the last ses-
sion of Congress during which he
handled as a sub-committee chair-
man all legislation affecting federal
programs of farm financing, at the
same time continuing the fight to
eliminate agricultural surpluses
which he termed a sword at the
throat of American farmers.
Receiving the award Holland
said: "I know of no honor which
could come to me in the field of
agriculture which I would apprec-
iate so much. However, I consider
this as much an honor for all Flor-
ida as I do for myself as an indi-
"So long as .this great organiza-
tion continues to stand for those
around American principles that it
has traditionally espoused Ameri-
can agriculture will continue to pro-
duce a preponderant number of men
distinguished in every field of en-
"In, my ten years in the United
States Senate, one of the greatest
sources of happiness has been that
my deep rooted views on agricul-
tural matters so frequently coin-
cided with those of. this group.
iSenator Holland is third ranking
member of the Senate committee
on Agriculture and Forestry. He is
regarded as one of the best inform-
ed members of the Senate on farm
matters. His other major assgin-
ment is to the Appropriations com-
mittee where he ocupies several
important sub-committee responsi-
bilities affecting agriculture, com-
merce and public works.
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Christmas Savings Club
Over $4,000.00 in checks were mailed to members
of our Christmas Savings Club for 1956. Why not
be one of those to receive a check in 1957?
A check before Christmas will make a more pleasant
and happy Christmas than bills afterward.
Florida Bauk at Port St. Joe
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatlon--Florida National Group
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1956
To Leave For Alabama
Mrs. Horace Soule will leave
*Saturday for Huntsville, Ala., where
she will be the guest of her bro-
ther-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs.,
T. S. Gibson for the Christmas
To Spend Holidays Here
Miss Rachael Wimberly, fresh-
man student at Florida State Uni-
versity will arrive Thursday to
spend the Christmas holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
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THIL *TAR, PORT ST.: JOII GULF COUNTY, FLORAIDA
THUJRSDAY, DENMBIER 8 0, 195
TME STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULP COUNTY, FLORIDA
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MINUTES OF THE vided by the developer, or owners
COUNTY COMMISSION without cost to the county, as ne-
cessary to permit proper and ade-
streets or road right of way lines. quate services to the occupants of
5. New Subdivisions must be de- the area subdivision.
signed in a manner that will cause 9. The County will not construct
its roads and streets to coincide or maintain roads, streets, drain-
or fit existing dedicated roads or age, or other utilities prior to one
streets. Surface drainage systems year after date of filing plat for
must serve adjacent area in a man- public record.
ner that will not cause damage or 10. Plats must be submitted at
create stagnant ponds or any other least ten days prior to expected
unsanitary condition, date of approval by the board, to
6. Blocks and lots will be num- allow for actual field inspection,
bered numerically in sequence. Lot A bill from Tomlinson Abstract
numbers shall not be duplicated Company in the amount of $558.00
within any given block. Block for Abstract work on the Apalachi-
numbers shall not duplicate hte cola Rover Project was presented
numbers assigned any given block for payment. Upon motion of Comm.
within a Subdivision, Settlement or Whitfield, seconded by Comm. Coop-
group of Subdivisions. Block nium- er and duly carired, said bill was
bers of a new Subdivision shall be- ordered paid.
gin with the number first above The following were added to the
the last block number assigned to County Indigent roll beginning the
any block within a settlement or month of November 195'6; Emma
group of Subdivisions, whether or Darley 15.00; Forest Cooper 10.00
not it is wtilhin an incorporated and Eugene Sculley 10.00.
town or city. The Board instructed the Clerk
7. Streets, Roads, Parks or o.th- to increase the Mothers Pension
er public areas must be given dis- payment for Dollie Weeks from
tinctive designations that are in $6.00 to $9.00 per month.
harmony with existing similar fa-, Whereupon, there was a motion
cilities, and which do not duplicate by Comm. Hart seconded by Comm.
or conflict with existing designa- Whitfield and duly carried, htat .the
tions, within a settlement or group County advertise for gasoline and
of Subdivisions, oil for the Road Department and
8. All utilities, including, but not fuel oil for the courthouse for the
limited to. roads, streets, storm or year beginning January 8, 1956.
surface drainage, adequate entry Bids to be received until 9 a.m.
into individual lots, must be pro- January 8, 1956.
St. Joe Paper Co.
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The Farm Agent presented his were approved and ratified as paid.
monthly report for the month of There being no further business
November and his annual report for to come before the Board, the meet-
the year 195'6 and the same was or- ing did then adjourn.
dered filed. ATTEST:
The bills for the month of No- George Y. Core E.C. Harden, Sr.
vember were presented, examined, e C in .
approved and ordered paid. Clerk Chairman
The payrolls for all county em-
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WILLIAM HOLDEN makes love to VIRGINIA LEITH in this
scene from Warner Bros: "TOWARD THE UNKNOWN." Color.
Sharks Down Graceville and Altha To
Kpan Parfart Rrnrd Fnr frnnu anc
The St. Joe Sharks journeyed to
Graceville last Thursday to win
over the Tigers by a score of 59-
46. The Tigers led In the first quar-
ter scoring and had the Sharks
behind by a score of 14-9. The
locals came from behind in the sec-
ond quarter to top the Tigers by
halftime with a 27-20 score. They
held the Tigers at bay for the re-
mainder of the game.
Wilford Elliott was agaia the
leading scorer for the Sharks wii
a total of 20 points. Gearld Harris
was the Tigers' leading point mak-
er with 18.
The Sharks scored 42 pe: cent
of their field goal attempts and 84
per cent of their field goals.
The score by quarters:
St. Joe 9 18 16 16
G'ville 14 6 7 18
St. Joe Pos. G'ville
Davis, W., 10 F Harris, 18
Shuford, B., 11 F 'Spears, 7
Elliott, W., 20 C Register, 4
Hinote, T., 12 G. Creel, 3
Ray, L., 4 G Gates
Substitutes: St. Joe, Edward Smith
and Frank Fletcher, 2. Graceville,
Peterson, Walls, Ricks 3, Pelham 6,
Williams 4, and Mixon.
'B's" Win, Too
The baby Sharks also won their
opener for the night against the
little Tigers. The Sharks were vic-
,torious after falling way behind 12-
3 in the first quarter. The Sharks
defeated Graceville 33-23. Abe Mil-
ler paced the Sharks scoring with
10 points. He was closely followed
by Bill Chism with seven.
Marion Neel, Greg Messer, Linnens
Baby Sharks Win, 41-8
The Sharks "B" squad took the
Altha team to the cleaners in the
night's opener by a score of 41-8.
The Baby Sharks had no trouble
at all right from the start of the The Star Brings N Ws of Your Neighbors
game, and had a commanding lead
for the entire game.
Abe Miller was again the leading
point maker for the little Sharks
with nine for the evening. Mike -
-Munn was runner-up with seven.
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,We Also i avye
Win Over Altha
The Sharks again defeated the
Altha quintette for the second time
This season, this time on their home
court. The Sharks went to Altha
Tuesday night and came home with
a 56-34 victory, their fifth straight
win this year against no losses.
lLouis Ray was leader in the scor-
ing department with 11 points. He
iwas closely followed' by Wayne
Taylor and Terry Hinote with 10
points each. This was Taylor's first
appearance this year on the Shark
squad. He has been sidelined for
the rest of the games by illness.
Elliott, Wayne Taylor and Ter-
ry Hinote were top rebounders for
The box score was as follows:
St. Joe 18
St. Joe Pos.
Taylor, 10 F
Shuford, 2 F
Elliott, 9 C
Hinote, 10 G
Ray, 11 G
17 15 6
5 10 9
St. Joe, Wayne
Davis, 8, Jackie Mitchell, Frank
Fletcher 4, Edward Smith 2, Ron-
nie Young and James Knight. Altha
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Effective Janurary 1, 1957
WE WILL PAY
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Wide selection of beautiful
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Beautiful mahogany table, 6 chairs
and choice of buffet or china cabinet
Bates Bed Spreads ----from $6.95
Occasional Chairs ----- from $9.95
Westinghouse Electric Blanket ---- $34.95
Boudoir and Bed Lamps -------- $1.95
WESTINGHOUSE SMALL APPLIANCES
DORMEYER MIXER GROUP
Heavy Duty Mixer, Utility Table, Juicer, Grinder and
8-Piece Kitchen Set
All for the price of mixer $39.95
Open Evenings Uptil Christmas -- We Gift Wrap
EASY TERMS -- NO OUTSIDE FINANCING
Ceramic Base Table Lamps
Wide choice of styles and color
PRICES START AT
Plastic covered occasional chairs
RUBBER CUSHION $59.95
WHILE THEY LAST
LIVING ROOM ENSEMBLES
- Compounded Semi-Annually
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ALL DAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Anyone who is having a sales slip written up at
the time will receive a
On His Purchase
May your Christmas be surrounded
by all the blessings and joys of thil
festive Holiday Season!
ELECTRIC and REFRIGERATION SERVICE
OASSIFIED ADS 3 (I o_,.
FOR- RENT: 2 bedroom apartment
WILL BUILD modern buu.-e4s completely furnished. 216 Sixth
building on Reid Avenue in Port SIreet. Phone 7-5756 or 7-9131.
St. Joe to suit tenant or lessee. LOST: Ladies' blte Shaeffer
Building will be approximately 20 fountain pon. Initials "PRK".
feet by 45 foot situated on Lot 18 Contact P. 0. Box 422.
in Block 15. Call Ben H. Dickens at
BAll 7-2281 or make appointment. FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house. Re-
107 Second Street for complete de- cently repainted on inside. Con-
tails. tfc-12-201 lenient to grammar school and to
FOR RENT: 1 furnished and one town. See 0. M. Taylor. tfc10-18
unfurnished apartment. Clos' in, FOR RENT: Beach house. Com-
520 4th St., Phone 7-5607. Mrs. Mc- FOR Beach house. o-
Keithen. tfc-12-20 pletely furnished at Beacon Hill.
See Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware
FOR SALE: Child's swing set. In Co. tfc-11-8
good condition. Made of heavy
material. Fr-'hy psinied See Mrs FOR RENT: Nice comfortably fur-
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What other fine floor covering would you dare clean with a
solution of Clorox? Spots and stains cleaned in a matter of
seconds. Seeing is believing, come in and ask for a demon-
stration. Three beautiful colors, room size 9X12 carpet for
Not too many years ago, a doctor had
to rely almost entirely on his own
judgment in diagnosing an illness-
then prescribe from the few available
drugs and medicines.
Today, doctors rely upon modern sci-
entific laboratory tests which pin-
point the nature of an illness. A
wealth of new drug discoveries are
available to bring quicker recovery.
Thus, modern medical and phar-
maceutical sciences are helping
physicians perfect their practice of
FOR PROMPT, ACCURATE
PRESCRIPTION SERVICE SEE
Buzzett's Drug Store
nished apartment on Monument
Avenue. Suitable for couple only.
See or phone Mrs. A. M. Jones, Sr.
FOR RENT: 2 room furnished
apartment on Fourth Street. One
apartment on Ninth .Street. Furnish-
WANT TO BUY:.Good used piano.
Phone 7-4871. 2tp
FOR SALE: Parakeets. Breeding
pairs. With cage or singles for
pets. 1311 Long Ave. Ph. 7-7696 3t
FOR SALE: Nice, 3 bedroom home.
,Second Street, Highland View.
Modern plumbing, carport range
wired. Phone 7-5058. 2Lp
FOR RENT: Unfurnished small
apartment for couple. Water fur-
nished. Gall 7-7736, Mrs. W. B.
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
Cool in summer, warm in winter.
Window fans, gas beat. They have
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
FOR SALE: 1955 Cushman scooter
in very good condition. Ideal
Christmas gift. $125.00. Call 9. La-
mar Miller, 7-9101 or 7-3381. tfc-13
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, tfcS-14
-OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBITG.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re-
FOR SALE: House at White City
and three lots at St. Joe Beach.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. Ul-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
Keys Made While You Wait
Reel Parts and Repairs
R"ADE US that useless article for
Something useful. STOP and
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. Joseoh Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All vlslt-
.Ilen, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
rHERE 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. GRIFFPITH, W. M.
F. W. CHANDLER, Sec.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 810
Fourth 'St.. meeting night every other
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
G. F. LAWRiENE, N. G.
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, 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/ J. P. FLEISHEL 4t
/s/ HENRY C. BROWN
/s/ J. B. HARRIS 12-6
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* It's a pleasure for us to wish each of
' you a jolly Holiday Season, filled with
good times aplenty, good friends
galore, good health and happiness
for you and your loved ones always
St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.
232 Reid Ave. Phone 7-9231
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