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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: January 17, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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.-*'rt 5,. Joe --The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghafttthohee Valley"


VOLUME XX Single Copy o80 ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1957 NUMBER 20


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WESLEY R. RAMSEY

We nominate Harry Saunders as
president of the Chamber of Com-
merce.
After the selling job he did on
members of the Allied Chemical
& Dye Corp., on Port St. Joe wea-
ther he deserves the job.
In his short talk to the Chamber
of 'Commerce Tuesday night, Presi-
dent C. M. Brown related how Sauin-
ders had "apologized" for the rot-
ten winter weather we were having
in Port St. Joe Tuesday-after
Brown had just arrived from the
five degree cold of New York City.
He regretted that the sunset on St.
Joseph's Bay put on such a sorry
show Tuesday night and assured
the visiting gentlemen that every-
day in Port St. Joe is not like
Tuesday.
We can vouch for his statement.
Did you look out the window yes-
iterday. And if the weather report
was right yesterday, it is cold to-
day.
We are glad that Mr. Brown left
town yesterday morning before all
the "good" winter days came back
to Port St. Joe.
And what better day than Tues-
day could the man have picked to
visit sunny Florida?

Don Sports tells us that we
are an outcast among Port St.
Joe society.-We didn't go see
Elvis Presley in his movie.
We had to confess to Don that
for some reason or other Elvis
just didn't "send" us. We just
couldn't get "cool" over his offer-
ings, but could manage to get
"cold" over his gyrations. Maybe
he or I one have something wrong
with one or the other of us that
makes us so uncompatible.
Can't understand what it might
be.

We don't want to dwell too much
on the columns of th. Gra'.-vf:vl2
News, but we notice.,up there in
the Northern part of the state that
the preacher of the Graceville Me-
thodist Church is starting services
an hour earlier so that he and the
congregation can. go home and
watch television-or at least Red"
Spivey accuses him of having that
Season.

igomnehow or other last Thursday
at the Rotary Club meeting the
subject of bachelors getting mar-
ried came up. George Tapper, a re-
cent convert, suggested that the
Rotary 'Club take as a .project this
year, the marrying off of his bro-
ther Billy. Billy protested that he
had too much help along these
lines already and he would ap-
preciate it if the club just kept
hands off. All members of the Club
agreed that this would be a worth-
While project and verbally agreed
to go along. If the club pulls this
one off, they can go down in -the
records alongside the name of the
all-time greats of such as James
Watt, Galilleo, Newton and others
of that ilk who performed the im-
possible.


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Coach Craig Named To
State Association

,Coach Marion Craig of Port
St, Joe High ,School has been
named the representative of Dis-
trict Two of the Florida Athletic
Coaches Association. The Assoc-
iation is a policy suggesting
board and draws up suggestions
on high school athletic policies
and present them to the Florida
Athletic Commission for appro-
val.


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Plans For Youth Center
'Presented for Approval

Plans for the Youth Center of
Port St. Joe was presented beforee
the executive board of the STAC
House committee, Monday night in
a special meeting held in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coldewey oil
Constitution Drive.
The plans were presented by Joe
Paffe, engineer 'for the St. Joe Pa-
per 'Company for the committee
to select
Mr. Paffe and Mr. Coldewey sta-
ted that the city was ready to start
construction as soon as the pians
were completed.
The building will 'be located on
10th Street facing South in the park
a:zi, with outside dimensions ,.f
40X80 tce.. Included in ..t" bui-diun.
are rest rooms, an office, storage
room, a kitchen with outside bar,
a large dancing area, a ping pong
area, a reading and television'room
and an area for 'a stage.
The committee is composed. of
Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mrs. John Rob-
ert 'Smith, Mrs. Wayne Biggs, Mrs.
Bert Munn, Harry McKnight, J.
Lamar Miller and Joe Dowd.


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GENERAL CHEMICAL OFFICERS and those of the St. Joe Paper Company responsible for .their coming
here are pictured above. They are, left to right; C. M. Brown, president, GOD; H. H. Saunders, vice-
pres., SJPC; John Sundy, district mgr., GCD; V. W. Suellau, vice-pres., GOD; Paul S. Fensom, pur-
chasing agent, SJPC and John Wiegand, district mgr., GOD. (Star photo)


17 Speeding Cases
Tried In One Week

17 cases of speeding were
on the docket of the police-
court Monday for speeding.
This reflects the recent crack-
down on speeding and traffic
violations instigated by the
City Commission and the po-
lice department, e
These 15 oases were made
in the period of one week. No
case were protested and
bonds forfeited by all violat-
ors.
These cases do not include
the many motorists who were
given warnings for running of
stop signs and other viola-
tions,
The police department re-
ports that it is giving warn-
ings the first violation on mi-
nor infractions. Cases are be-
ing made against speeders on
the first violation.
Chief of Police H. W. Grif-
fin reports that the intensifi-
cation of controlling speeding
in the city has reduced that
hazard a considerable amount
and predicts that speeding
will be all but eliminated in
a few weeks,

T. :R. MeLENDON NAMED
TO INSURANCE CLUB
An outstanding sales and service
record during 19556 has earned T.
D. MoLendon, local representative
of Gulf Life Insurance Company,


.... SJPC Container Plant

Burns In Houston, Tex.

I Ou of the St. JTooe Paper Com-
pany's Coutaiiner Division plants
SI located in Houston, Texas was to-
tally destroyed by fire last Thurs-
day afternoon.
f The plant manufactured corrugat-
.f("ed containers- and was like the one
lcated here in Port St. Joe.
The loss was estimated at 2 mil-
lion dollars and was partially coy-
ered by insurance.
S Harry Saunders. vict*.'C:ez~*41t
of the St. Joe Pa.per Company here
says that, plans are now being
.drawn un to rebuild the plant.
The Texa4 plant used some of the
stock paper output of the 1041a
-. 'kraft mill but Saunders said that
this loss of a market would not
S-'affect the production of the local
paper mill.

r"James Weeks Loses Two
M .Fingers In Gun Accident

James Weeks, son of Mr. and
SMrs. iE. E Weeks of Port St. Joe,
.. had two of his fingers shot off in
"a hunting accident last week.
_" VWeeks was bird hunting in Cal-
1 *houn County last Monday and was
.. ,walking through a field when lie
tripped and fell. As he fell, his 12
gauge shotgun went off and sot
..**: left hand.
the two middle fingers from his

/ '.Weeks is stationed with the Navy
LUCKY AGAIN! Last month while hunting O. C. Hammond and his at Newport, Rhode Islan4 a14 Is
son killed a deer that ran upon them in the woods. Last Friday home visiting his parents at their


morning 0. C. and his wife went up the canal fishing. Just as he
pulled up to the 'bank to throw in his hook, the couple heard some-
thing crashing through the woods toward them it was another
deer. 1So without going deer hunting l'l season, 0. C. got his sea-
son limit -0O. C. and his wife, Ruth, are pictured above with the
kill. (Star photo)


Volley Ball Featured
'In Intramural Play

by PAT SPEARS
The Senior Intramural Board
sponsored their annual Boy's Vol-
leyball and Girl's Volleyball Tour-
nament with. participants consist-
ing of each homeroom in Senior
High.
The winners of the Boy's Tourna-
ment was grade 11-A. The follow-
ing boys participated in the game
as winners: Billy Denton, William
Lucas, Jimmy Fuller, Buddy Love,
Gary Hall, Frank Fletcher and
Ward ,Richards.
The winners of the Girl's Tourna-
ment was 10,B with the following
g1rls taking part as the winners:
Patty Redfd, Kate Tillman, Ethel
W.'1iams, Peggy Chafin, Sandra
Bracewell, Gail Roberts, Eli'zabeth
Brown, Beverly Baldwin, Judy Fen-
som and Phyllis Lewis.
The Tun-'~n.'ural Banner which i_?
"'wardeIU ti homeroom at tne close
of%. e tourDament to keap unli!
the n *xt seasonal sport wis award.
ed to the 11-A Boys and the 10-E
Girls January 9 by the Intramural


St. James Men To
Serve Shrimp Creole

There will be a shrimp
creole supper Saturday night
at the Episcopal Parish House.
Supper will be served be-
tween the hours of 6 to 8 p.m.
The price will .be $1.00 for
adults and 50c for children.
Everyone .is invited to attend.
The supper is being sponsored
and prepared by the Layman's
League of St. James' Episco-
pal Church.


Board President Terry Hiuoie. The
awards were accepted by Intramur-
al representatives Billy Denton and
Patty Redd.
The next tournament to be held
will be the Basketball tournament
at a later date.
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Returns From Texas
Joseph Dowd has returned from-
Houston, Texas, where he has been
on business for the past week.

-n..Ld The SLal to a friena.


home out near Simmons Bayou.

YOUTH CENTER WILL
BE CLOSED,SATURDAY
Mrs. Wayne Biggs, director of
the STAC House, has announced
that the youth center will be closed
Saturday night 'because of the Lay-
m'an's' League shrimp dinner.


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Chemical Concern



To Locate Here'


In a called meeting of the Port St. Joe Chamber of Com-
merce Tuesday night in the social rooms of the Methodist Church
it was disclosed that Port St. Joe will be the site of a new industry
to this area. This disclosure was made by H. H. Saunders, vice-
president of the St. Joe Paper Company and C. M. Brown, presi-
dent of the General Chemical Division of the Allied Chemical
and Dye Corporation.
The new plant here will not be Concern 60 Years Old
a large one, but 'according to the Brown gave some history of the
company president, its -expansion tAllied Chemical & Dye Corp., Gen-
and number of'products to be man- eral 'Chemical Division saying it
ufactured in the future are unlimit- had been in .business since 1897.
ed.' To begin with, the plant will iThe concern has 48 manufacturing
cost approximately a half million plants and manufactures over1 1200
dollars. It will employ only a few products. Their principal products
men (no definite amount was giv- are heavy basic chemical products
en by company officials) and the for industry.
plant will manufacture only alumi- Brown .said that the company was
num-sulfate for use in 'the paper locating in. this area because they
industry here in Port St. Joe and felt that the area would grow indus-
surrounding area. trially and would have need. for
Location of the plant will 'be their products. He stated that it
tast of town on Highway 71 be- was the company's policy to be on
tween the railroad tracks of the hand at the beginning of industrial
Apalachicola Northern Railroad growth in an area to furnish their
Company. Some excavation work is servi"rs.
now under way. Engineers of the A gr Leting of welcome was given
chemical firm will e in Port St. to the new company by Mayor J
Joe to start the preliminaries to L Sharit; Cecil G.. Costin, Jr.,
the actual construction of the president of the Chamber of Con-
plant, According to present plans, merC(e; J. C. Price, Chairman, Gulf
the plant will be in operation about County Cobmmission and by H. H.
tSaunders on behalf of the St. Joe
the middle of the year.
Paper Company.
75 Attend Dinner
Approximately.75 members of the Florida Bank Makes
Chamber of Commerce were pres-
ent at the dinner meeting at which Changes In Hours
,the announcement 'was m-4e-.- Of
course, the news of the proj-... was
a's Brown put it, "a well-leaked sec- The Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
ret", but general knowledge as ,to ths week announced that effective
just what the plant would be and Monday, new banking hours will be
'make was not definite until the in effect.
meeting Tuesday. Monday through Friday the bank
Harry. H. ,Saunde, VIce-Presi- hours will be from 9:00 a.m. to
dent 'of the St. Joe Paper Company 2:00 p.m. On Friday, additional.
acted as chairman at the meeting hours will be observed. The bank
and turned the meeting over to P. will be open from' 5:00 p.m. to 8:00
S. Fensom, who, Saunders said, had p.m. The bank will remain closed
more to do with the chemical firm all day every Saturday.
locating here than any other one In addition to the new business
person. Fensom introduced each of hours, the bank has also limited
the visiting guests: John Wiegand the number of holidays that hey
and John 'Sundy, both district di- will be closed. From this date on
rectors of the firm; V. W. Suellau, the bank will close only on New
vice-president of the firm and 0. Year's Day, Independence Day, La-
M. Brown. Each of the visiting bor Day, ThankSgiving Day and
representatives expressed them- Christmas Day.
selves on the natural advantages of Under the new schedule, the bank
Port St. Joe and acknowledged the will be open four more hours than
fact that 'the new company to our Pormerly. Closing only on those
town will do everything it can to holidays observed generally will
become a part of the community. eliminate the confusion that was
Sundy, a native Floridian, dwealt caused by the bank closing on all
at some time on the vast.advan- legal holidays.
tages Port St. Joe has as an indus- ----


membership in his company's I trial center. The main part he stres- NEW AGENT APPOINTED
President's Club. He is one of 416 'sed was the fine natural deep-wa- TO HANDLE LICENSES
members of the club from all sec- ter harbor here in St. Joseph's Bay. County Judge 'Sam Husband this
tions of the Southeast who will be Sundy told of the vision of the first week named Mrs. Myrtle Childers
accompanied 'by their wives to the settlers of St. Joseph in the vital as the local agent for Hunting,
annual convention of sales leaders location of the town. He said his Driving and Fishing Licenses.
in Nassau, Bahamas, next spring, company also recognized this fact Mrs. Childer's is located in of-
-_-- and planned to locate here in the fices in the rear of 403 Monument
Send The Star To A Friend middle of the coming activities. Avenue.


PICTURED ABOVE oron of the large crow do chamber of Commerce people and their guests at the called meeting held at the M
dist Church social room Tuesday to hear the good news printed above. (S photo)


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THUWr AY, JANiUARY 17, 1987


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OES Installs New Officers January 4 Presents Piano Numbers IMrs. K. Brodnax Hostess
S In taer January At University Program To Azalea Circle Meet
In Impressive Lodge Ceremony Mrs. James Harrison, formerly Ten members o the Azalea Cir-
Miss Virginia Swalts of this city 'cle met at the home of Mrs. Ken-
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph neth Brodnax last Thursday with
The Masonic Lodge was the col- Organist, Frances Meriweather of watt wa a participant in a re- Ms. Buck Griffin as co-hostess.
orful setting Friday evening, Jan- Wewahitchka Chapter. cital last Thursday, January 10 The last course in the school of
ary 4,in which thimpressive cere- Officers installed for the year when a varied program of music Arrangements of Horticulture was
money in which the new officers of 1957 were ain ron, follows: Worthy Mat. was presented by select students taught. A written examination will
called w ith all the grace, dig n rnty Jonnia Sket; AssWorthy Patron, of the Department of Music of the be given on April 30 for all Garden
atanled with all the grace, dignity, Bob Burcert; Associate Matron, University of Florida in Gaines- Club members, having passed the
and beauty befitting this lovely Mary Forehand; Associate Patron, vie required five courses.
Order. In an atmosphere created W. C. Forehand; Conductress, Bst- ville. garrison, who is regst ere d five courses.
Mrs. Harrison, who is regIstered Mrs. Ethyle Bridges of Apalachi-
by soft lghbts from two seven- ty Sue Anchors; Associate Con- in the School of Arts and Sciences cola, guest speaker, contributed en-
oranched candelabra holding tall ductress, Jeanette Presnell; Secre- as a major in costume designing valuable garden information in her
white candles reflecting on a huge tary, Pauline Smith; Treasurer, Es- d w is mnoring in music, valk on "Hardy Shrubbery for
arrangement of white gladioli and sie Williams; Organist, Maybel and two pias minoring solos, Chopin's Florida Homes. rubbery for
on carnations tinted a delicate Swatts; Ada, Clara Pate; Ratb, "Waltz in E Minor" and "Min.strels" The door prize was won by Mrs.
blue; and by the rainbow hues from Flora Long; Esther, Alice Hall; by Debussy. Ralph Nance.
the blue, the gold, the white, the Martha, Erline Buchert; Electa, Lu- Ralph Nance.
,reen, and the red of the Star pe- cille Williams; Warder, Marguerite
destals and from the lighted Eas- Scheffer; Sentinel, Sydney An- Mrs. Belin Hostess Attend Basketball Game
Lern Star, emblem of the Order chore. o WSCS Circl No 1 ketball gam e in Mariana were Mr.
which hangs in the East, the beau- P .receding the installation, the To WSCS Circe No. 1 ketball game in Mariandgna wereon Mr.
tiful ceremony conducted by the meeting wa called to order by the and Mrs. EaBill Shuordgo, Mr. and
installing Worthy Matron, Ruth a Mrs. Jake Belin was hostess to and Mrs. Bill Shuford. Mr. and
Ramsey, took of new meaning. outgoing worthy Matron,Neva Circle One of the Woman's Society Mrs. M. Taylor, Mrs. sh Chism
Othe4installing officers assisting Croxton, who gave a cordial wel- of Christian Service Monday, Jan- and son Gene Chism and Mrs. C.
in the ceremony were: Marshall, come to members and the many uary 14 at 3:00 p.m. in her home E. Thompson.
..eslie ,Spillers; Chaplain, Flossie visitors. Expressinig her apprecia- The. meeting was opened with
Wilson; Treasurer, Callie Howell; tion to her retiring officers and the members repeating the Lord's
Conductress, Wilma Cooper; Sacre- assistant officers, she presented Prayer in unison. Mrs. Morgan BOYLES BIG -
.ary, Cora Solomon, and Associate each with a lovely gift; then, fol- Jones, Jr., chairman, presided dur-
Conductress, Wanita Wade, both of lowing an inspiring message con- ing the business session.
Jorrie Chapter, Apalachicola; and cerning the joy and satisfaction he minutes were read and ap-
which comes from service to oth- proved. The treasurer report was
ers, she wished God-speed to the given and social service report tak-
new regime, and her words and the en. Mrs. T. J. Ricketson will be hos-
beautiful invocation by Rev. J. C. tess to the Circle in her home Jan-
v Odum of .Long Avenue Baptist uary 28 at 3:00 p.m. The devotional 3
Church, gave spiritual uplift to the was a New Year's meditation, "Let's
OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M. gathering. Go Through Together" given by
OPEN 6:30 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00 Following the seating of the new Mrs. Croxtloo. Prayer was given by
officers, the new Worthy Matron Mr. at
took the gavel and she and the Mrs. Swatt.
FRMIAY and SATURDAY Worthy Patron expressed their The program topic was: "The
^ + ..- Man From Nazareth" given by Mrs.
preciation for the honor of serving Man rom Nazareth" given by Mrs.
DE ADLY SIOUX the chapter. Jewels were presented Jake ( Beln.
vs. DESPERATE to the retiring Worthy Matron and veDelicious refreshments were ser- C onti
SETTLERS! tor, Mrs. Mabel Swatts, chairman
of Woman's iSociety of Christian
S Service prior to meeting, W watch and Li
~ 'ALL E CTThe meeting closed with the
WAi a w S SSbenediction.. Come a
TIH COMPANY
WPatron and gifts to the installing
M __ FOR LEXPERT officers, and the memorable eve-
,_- A + _._ : +_, ',. Et i. I s ning came to a close with the gra- o ca
A BE0 7 -, S__ Electrica Repolrs cious rendition of the vocal solo, '1 I
-- nd -Believe" by Frances Meriweather,
accompanied by Maybel Swatts.
S.r\f.t,.o During the social hour which fol-
Cot. ctin lowed the meeting, the refreshment
SDIAL BA 7-4331 committee served a variety of sand-
'wiches, cookies and coffee.

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dents at Florida 'State University,
were guests of Mr. Ramsey's par-
ents over the week end.


HIGH SCHOOL PTA WILL IGEORGE DUREN FETED
MEET NEXT THURSDAY WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY
The Parent-Teacher Association Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duren eii-
will meet next Thursday in the high tertained with a birthday party,
school auditorium for the regular Friday night in their home on Hun-
meeting. Mrs. Paul Fensom, presl. ter Circle honoring 'their son,
dent has announced that the guest George, on his 13th birthday.
speaker will be Frank Eskridge, Games and dancing was enjoyed
Troop Safety Officer for the wes- and' refreshments were served 'to
tern 13 counties in Florida. some 30 members of the younger
(Spends Week End Here _____"___
Jimmy Costin, student of Florida GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
State University spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Costin, Sr.


Meeting Places Are Set
The Woman's Missionary Union
of the First 'Baptist 'Church announ-
ces the following Circle meetings:
'Circle 1 will meet in the home
of Mrs. E. F. McFarland.
Circle 2 will meet in the home of
Mrs. W. C. Byrd.
ICircle 3 will meet in the home of
Mrs. Perry Elliott.
'Circle 4 will meet in the home of
Mrs. Joe Bracewell.
Circle 5 will meet in the home of
Mrs. Lonnie Bell.
All above meetings will be held
next Monday afternoon at 3 p.m.
'Circle 6 will meet on January 26
in the church from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Week End Guests
Donald Ramsey ,son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Ramsey and Miss 'Barbara
Christman of Orlando, both situ-


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BOARD MET WEDNESDAY
The Executive Board of the Port
St. Joe High School Parent-Teacher
Association met Wednesday nigb't
to discuss plans for Founder's Day
in February.
Mrs. Paul Fensom gave a report
on District 2 meeting held in
Blountstown on January 3. Mrs.
W'pensom and Mrs. Ralph Swatits
were delegates.


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MERCURY


Solons St

42-Senate


TALLAHASSEE Legislative
leaders reported this week a move
was afoot to attempt a compromise
of knotty reapportionment at the
1957 session on the basis of a 42-
senator plan.
The plan being studied as a basis
for settling differences is basically
the one adopted by the Constitution
Advisory Commission for incorpor-
ating in a proposed new state char-
ter.
Senators on both sides of the
fence said they believed chances
for reaching agreement on the prob-
lem is good provided both sides go
into the matter "with a spirit of
compromise."
Reapportionment and the lieuten-
ant governor proposal are the biggest
hurdles to clear in efforts for con-
stitutional revision at the 1967 Le-
gislature.
ISen. W. A. Shands of Gainesville,
president-designate of the 1967
Senate, was reported to be one of
the prime movers in efforts to work
out a satisfactory solution of the
problem.
SShands was a key member of the
Senate majority which blocked Sen-
ate redistricting plans favored by
Gov. LeRoy .Collins during the long
extraordinary reapportionment ses-
sion in 1955 and 1956.
Supreme Court Role
The plan adopted by the Consti-
tution Advisory Commission at its
Ocala sessions earlier this month
calls for a 43-member Senate in-
stead of the present 38. It also calls
for the state's largest counties to
get more representation in the
House and provides that the Su-
preme Court shall reshuffle House
and 'Senate seats every 10 years if
the Legislature doesn't.
Legislators from small counties
have raised the most serious ob-
jections to the provision calling
fo rthe Supreme Court to do the
redistricting.
One North Florida senator re-
marked, "The small counties are


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A record 40,000 Big M's being built in January... a 43% increase over December.

A Mercury a minute, every minute of the day and night! All Mercury assembly

plants are working overtime with the largest work force in Mercury history to

meet the tremendous buyer demand. The landslide swing to Mercury is solid

evidence that the new Big M is the most exciting car value of 1957. Never

before has so much bigness and luxury cost so little., Prices for America's most

beautiful, and advanced car are. just an easy step above the low-price three.


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dying St. James' Guild
S PlanNames Chairmen
'Jr l Mrs. Ernest Wimberly presided
at ithe monthly business meeting
of the St. James' Woman's Auxil-
never going to surrender the legis- iary, Monday afternoon .at their
lative responsibility for reappor- meeting held at the parish house
tioning legislative seats." at 3:30 p.m.
Under the extraordinary reappor- The Rev. Gardner Underhill con-
tionment session, the Seniate major- ducted the worship and gave in-
ity accepted a compromise bill pro- struction in Altar work.
viding for 42 senators, but Gov. Col- During the business, Mrs. Wim-
lins found the proposal unaccept- 'berly appointed as follows: St.
able because he said it failed to A.nnis Guild, Mra. Will Ramsey,
change some of the most flagrant chairman; ISt. Mary's Guild, Mrs.
inequities. Charles Wall; ISt. Margaret's Guild,
Aware of Talk Mrs. Otto Anderson; Christian Edu-
lSen| Verle Pope of St. Augustine, cation, Mrs. Gardner Underhill; De-
who sided with Gov. Collins during I votional' Chairman, Mrs. Tom Col-
the 1955 fight, said he had heard 'dewey; Altar, Mrs. H. R. Maige


talk of the compromise plan but
onn nwnwra tnnpu


diamn't Know now far it nad pro-
gressed.
"I think there are good chances
for a compromise if everyone goes
into the thing in the right spirit,"
he said. "There is some basis for
an acceptable solution and I for
one would be willing to try to find
it."
Collins has said the plan' writ-
ten by the Constitution Advisory
Commission has "substantial mer-
it." He said it met the three basic
needs: 1. A requirement for fair
periodic reapportionment of thea
Senate. 2. Security that this cannot
be thwarted by stalemates within
the Legislature. 3. Additional repre-
sentation in the House for our most
populous counties.
Sen. Charley E. Johns of Starke,
a stalwart of the majority bloc,
said he had no objection to the 42-
senator plan "as long as it didn't I
upset the balance."
oJhns said the four new senator
would have to go to 'Bay and Oka-
loosa counties in North Florida and
Munroe and either Sarasota or Bre-
vard counties in ISouth Florida.
"But I certainly am not going to
turn the reapportionment job over
to the Supreme Court or anyone
else outside the Legislature," he
said.

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THE DIFFERENCE:- We finance homes and commercial structures on long
term monthly payments.

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ARE EASILY OPENED BY MAIL. Mail us your
check, Post Office money order, register cash. You will promptly
receive our beautiful, passbook with your savings properly entered and
available when needed.

L. G. BUCK, Exec. Vice President
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Otta Anderson; Promotioil and
Youth Work, Mrs. Will Ramsey;
Guild of the Christ Child, Mrs. Wal-
ter Starnes.
It- was voted to pay registration
fee for youth to attend Camp Weed
Vocational Conference, February 1-
3 inclusive. Delegates were elected
to attend the Annual Woman's Aux-
iliary meeting which will be 'held
in Jacksonville. Delegates elected
were Mrs. Paul (Fensom and Mrs.
Gardner Underhill, Alternates were
Mns. Tom 'Coldewey and Mrs. C. A.
Fite.
Members t6 .their respective
Guilds are as follows: St. Ann's
Guild: Mrs. Will Ramsey, chairman,
Mrs. W. D. Dare, Mrs. J. L. Fuller,
Mrs. Joe'Gloeckler, Mrs. Margaret
Johnson, Mrs. William Masarol,
Mrs. Robert Bellows, Jr., Mrs. Er-
nest Wimberly, Mrs. 'Brandt Conk.-


Keith, Mrs. Tedt Frary, Mrs. Hal
old Prim and Mrs. ,Myrtle FarmerI
!St. Margaret's Guild: Mrs. Ott
Anderson, chairman, Mrs. Henr,
Maige, Mrs. Sarah Lewis, Mrs. Ho
ace Soule, Mrs. 'Roy Garrett, Mr!
Frank LeHardy, Mrs. J. C. Arbogasi
Mrs. fTom Owens, Mrs. Brullette
Mrs. Clara Comforter, Mrs. Ton
Alsobrook, Mrs. Wayne Ashley
Mrs. Silas Stone, Mrs. Tom Colde
wey, Mrs. IButler, Mrs. Paul Fen
*som, Mrs. Boucher, Mrs. Richard
Porter and Mrs. Robert Bellows
Sr.
iSt. Mary's Guild: Mrs. Charles
Wall, chairman, Mrs, Clyde Fite.
Mrs. B. C. Gaillard, Mrs. Max KJl-
bourn, Mrs. John Aide, Mrs. Victor
Anderson, Mrs. Earl 'Rollins. Mrs.
E. P. Lapeyrouse, Mrs. 0. F. Law-
rence, Mrs. Hilton Lewis. Mrs.
Bert Munn, Mrs. W. F. Ethridge.
Mrs. Roe, Mrs. J. E. Bobbitt. Mrs
Basil tKenney, Jr., Mrs. Walter.
Starnes and Mrs. W. B. Weeks.
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NOTICE OF mANUAL MEETING
The annual meeting of members of Citizen's Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Port St. Joe will be held Wednes-
day, January 23, at 2 p.'m. (eastern standard time) at the
office of the association, Port St. Joe Florida. For the pur-
pose of electing Directors to serve for the ensuing term.
And to transact any other business which may legally come
before said meeting.

L. G. BUCK
EXEc. VICE-PESImDENT-DmECTORi


Jnderhill is Promoted
To First Lieutenant
QUANTICO, VA. Walter S.
Undrehill has the insignia of his
new rank pinned on upon being
promoted, to Marine first lieuten-
ant, Col. Robert Hall leftit, Direc-
tor of Communication Officers
School, and Lt. Col. Bernard M.
Boress, assistant director of the
school, did the honors Dec. 4 at
Quantico, Va. -
First Lt. Underhill is the son of
Rev. and Mrs. Gardner D. Under-
hill of Hunter Circle, Port St. Joe,
and husband of the former Miss M.
Esther Thornberrew of Vineland,
N. J.
'Before entering the service "in
June 1955, he graduated from Duke
University.

Governor Calls Meets
On Forest Protection
TLALLAiHASSEE The Gover-
nor's Forest Fire Prevention Com-
mittee meeting in the state capital
this week set dates for three re-
gional meetings.
The first will be in Panama City
on February 19 and will be follow-
ed by meetings in Lakeland on
February 19 and Jacksonville on
February 22. The program of each
meeting will include an explanation
of the forest fire problem in Flor-
ida, the damage caused by wild
fires, the value of the forests to
the-state, a panel to answer ques-
tions and a session to plan future
action.
The Governor's Forest Fire Pre-
vention Committee is made up of
representatives of forestry, civicc
and law enforcement organizations.
Delegates representing each organ-
ization in each county will oe in-


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I F IP enrn Commit Iee.' FROM NCO SCHOOL try Batallion, entered the Army in
toid I... iroulpl tiat Florida lI ,a MUiNICH --Army Sergeant First I
,,.- ,i,:..t fires ihah any o;her Class Rupert MeKee, whose wife, 1948 and completed basic training
:.-,-. ;1In Li- n.rin eLmiELIll a -e.5 Wanna, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. at Fort Jackson, S. C.
.,,,.u a I,,- t affects everyone Roy McKee, live in Port St. Joe,
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meetings are Tom Bingham, Pana-
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REPORT OF CONDITION OF
FLORIDA BANK AT PORT ST. JOE
of Port St. Joe in the State of Florida
at the close of business on December 31, 1956
A S S E T S
1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve
balances, and cash items in process of collection ---- 740,542.73
2. United States Government obligations, direct
and guaranteed '1)57'2,322.50
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions ............ 178,237.65
4. Corporate stocks 5,000.00
5. Loans and discounts 66 9,283.76
6. Bank premises owned, furniture and fixtures $18,443.17 18,443.17
7. Other assets 14,923.94
8. TOTAL ASSETS 3,198,753.75
L I A B I L I T IE S
,9. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships.,
and corporations 2,1287,941.67
10. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
corporations 278;328.84
11. Deposits of United States Government (including
postal savings) 96,752.20
12. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ------..........---.. 241,529.63
13. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) -... 4,127:7,9
14. TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,908,680.13
15. Other liabilities 26,201.29
16. TOTAL LIABILITIES 2,934,881.42
CAPITAL ACCOUNTiS
17. Capital* 100,000.00
18. Surplus 90,000.00
19. Undivided profits 13,938.89
20. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred
capital) ;59,933.44
21. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 263,872.33
22. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... 3,198,753.75
*This bank's capital consists of:
Common stock with total par value of..--. $100,000.00
MEMORANDA
23. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities
and for other purposes 715,000.00
I, S. L. Barke, President of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that .the above statement is true. and that it fully and correctly
represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and
set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Correct-Attest: S. L. Barke
ROBERT BELLOWS
J. L. SHARIT Directors
HARRY H. SAUNDERS
IState of Florida, County of Gulf, ss:
ISworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of Jan-
uary. 1957. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or
director of this bank.
My commission expires April 18, 1958
(NOTARY SEAL) VERNA M. !SMITH, Notary Public


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It is swept-wing mastery of motion


Right off the bat, you'll realize there's something
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ALTERATIONS

Phone OLiver 3-3802


HOME CONSTRUCTION

P. 0. Box 668


-- Nowl TWO different full-hour Lawrence Welk Shows each week on TVI "Dancing Party" and "Top Tunes and New Talent"-ABC-TV.


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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, PLORIDA


THU;RODAY, JANUARY 17, 1957


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Men's



ALL
MUST GO!

$9.99
to

$39.99
Values to $70.00
Alterations Extra


All MEN'S SLACKS Reduced


Imported Wool Flannels, Reg. $126" to $169
RAYON FLANNELS Were $8"9


$9.99
$3.99


ALTERATIONS EXTRA


MANHATTAN and
TRU-VAL
DRESS SHIRTS
$2.95, $3.95 and $4.50
Now



Values
Some Slightly Soiled


SPORT SHIRTS
Were $3.95 to $7.95
NOW

$2.99
TO

$4.99


Men's

SPORT

COATS
WERE $17.95 to
$32.50

$9.99

to

19.99


Men's Orion
SWEATERS
Were $5.95 to $7.95
NOW

$3.99
TO

$4.99


JACKETS
Washable Suede
NOW $26.50
$19.99
Other Suedes
AS LOW AS
$9.95
ALL OTHER
JACKETS
REDUCED


MEN'S ;FELT.

HATS

$3.99 to $7.99
VALUES TO $10.95


MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS
WERE $5.95 and $6.95
NOW $3.99
NO ALTERATIONS
Regularly $1.25
Manhattan SHORTS 89c
Regularly $1.00
Manhattan UNDERSHIRTS 69c
BLANKET LINED Were $5.95 aind $6.95
Men's WORK JACKETS $3.99


Were $4.95
Men's Ski PAJAMAS


$3.99


Dickies DUNGAREES


$1.99


KNEES GUARANTEED
ESQUIRE
Expando SOX 69c
COTTON, RAYON and NYLON
All Other Sox 2 pr. $1.00
Values to $9.95
Men's WOOL SHIRTS $4.99
Were $1.50 to $2.00
MEN'S TIES 99c
Regularly $1.00
BOW TIES 69c
LADIES' BERMUDA SHORTS,
SLACKS and PEDAL PUSHERS
VALUES $5.95 to $9.95
NOW $3.99 to $6.99
LADIES' CORDUROY JACKETS
WERE $7.95
NOW $4.99


Ladies' SUITS and KNIT DRESSES
,FAMOUS NAMES
ALL REDUCED
LADY MANHATTAN SHIRTS
WERE $4.95 to $6.95
NOW $3.99 and $4.99
LADY MANHATTAN SKIRTS
WERE $12.95
NOW $9.99
Other Skirts as low as $5.99
KNIT and FLANNEL
Boy's PAJAMAS $1.99
ALL BOYS' JACKETS
REDUCED TO CLEAR

Boys Shirts Reduced


LADIES SHOES, FLATS
and CASUALS
NOW $2.99 to $4.99


BOY'S SPORT
COATS
SUITS
DRESS PANTS
ALL REDUCED
TO CLEAR
CHILDREN'S
SHOES
FOR GIRLS and BOYS

Reduced
CHILDREN'S
Double Seat
PANTIES
69c


All Sales Austin- Atchson Company All Sales

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CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages
and apartments on the Beach 9
miles from Port St. Joe. $45.09 to
$65.00 monthly, weekly rates avail-
able. See Mrs. 0. E. Thompson at
Costin's Cottages, Beacon Hill. Tol.
BAll 7-5074. 8tp-12-27
WILL BUILD modern business
building on Reid Avenue in Port
St. Joe to suit tenant or lessee.
Building will be approximately 20


feet by 45 feet situated on Lot 18
in Block 15. Call Ben H. Dickens at
BAll 7-2281 or make appointment
107 Second Street for complete de-
tails, tfc-12-20
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house. Re-
cently repainted on inside. Con-
venient to grammar school and to
town. See 0. M. Taylor. ttclO-18
FOR SALE: House at 110 Hunter
Circle. Priced for quick sale.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Real Estate & Insurance
BAIl 7-7741 411 Reld Ave.


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
For couple only. 515 Third St.
FOUND: At St. Joe Auto Parts
fStore. A pair of strong glasses.
Owner may have by calling at The
Star office and identifying and pay-
ing 50c for this ad.
FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill.
4 rooms and ibig screened in back
porch. Hot water and shower. Ph,
7-5421, Mrs. Ben Dickens, Sr. 3tc
FOR SALE: Cheap. 33-ft. Spartan
Royal Mansion house trailer. Ph.
BAll 7-5083. 3tp-1-17.
FOR SALE: 3-piece solid lime oak
bedroom suite with box springs
and innerspring mattress. $150.00
cash. George McLawhon. 2tp
FOR SALE: Second hand Whizzer
motor bike. Will consider fair of-
fer. Phone 7-5866.
WANTED TO BUY: Piano in good
condition. Phone 7-5381. ltp
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.


NOTICE

Beginning the week of January 21, 1957, the following banking hours,
for the public, will be observed:

Monday thru Friday --- 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
Additional hours, Friday ---- 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Saturday ----------------------Closed

After January 21, 1957, the following holidays will be the only ones
observed by this bank:

New Years Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

Under the new schedule, -the bank will be open four more hours than formerly.
Closing only on those holidays observed generally will eliminate the confusion
that was caused by the bank closing on all legal holidays.


Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
MEMBER
Federal Insurance 'Deposit Corporation iFlorida National Group


0. F.-Meets first and third Thurm
days, 7:30 p. m. In Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren Invited.
A. P. GILBERT, Secty.
0. F. LAWRENCE, N. G,
SPECIAL SERVICES


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-
)aired, also.
KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE-
FRIGERATION SERVICE. LI-
ensed electrical contractor. All
kinds electric and refrigeration
service and installation. Phone
.-3032. tfc
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
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
Reel Parts and Repairs
"'ADE 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.
ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
T A. M.-Regular convocation of
t. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
.lien, High Priest; H. R. Malge,
secretary.
('HERE 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.
EVERETT McF.ARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
All Master Masons cordially invited.





FIGHTS ALL COLDS
SYMPTOMS AT ONE TIME...
IN LESS TIME! ITES THE
PROVEN COLDS MEDICINE


Stop dream/nrqg.


The Chieftain costs less than a lot of the "low-priced" cars
yet delivers MORE POWER--MORE WHEELBASE MORE ROOM

Think this big, brawny beauty would fetch a fancy figure? Not the Chieftain. It's made to order
for wishful thinkers-priced right down there with the strictly budget jobs! Surprised? You'll be
even more so when you look over the long list of premiinn features in this brilliant newcomer. Under
that glamorous garb, for example, is a big, rock-rugged X-member frame, riding solidly atop a
whl-pping 122-inch wheelbase! Cushioning each wheel is Level-Line Ride, Pontiac's new dimension in
suspension, bringing you the smoothest, safest ride you've ever known. And up front is the deep-chested
new 347 cu. in'., 10 to 1, compression ratio Strato-Streak V-8 engine-as sweet a performer as


ever came down the. pike! So, come on, stop dreaming! Come in and have a look at this big and
beautiful automobile's eye-rubbing price! Size it up! We're willing to wager-your next step will be


-V


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'riced Series of




ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By HELEN RICHARDS
Phone BAIl 7-2627


Personals
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Garrett spent
the week end in Florala, Ala., vis-
iting Mr. and Mrs. C. Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett is
visiting in DeFuniak Springs with
Mrs. J. W. Wooten
Mr. and Mrs. Hozie Barfield and
sons made a business trip to Pasca-
goula, Mississippi on Saturday.
Henry iButts, Royce Butts and
Billy McMullan, who have been in
Marathon several weeks are home
for a short visit with their families.
Mr. and MrsJ.J. L. Parker and
family of Holt, and Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Skipper of Panama City were
week end-guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. V. Burke.
Paul Chitty of Mobile, Ala., is
spending a 'few days with Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Burke.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand
had as dinner guests Sunday, some
old friends of Kokomo, Indiana, who
are touring Florida.
Mrs. Loran Kelly is visiting in
Lake City with her mother, Mrs.
Walker, who is very ill.


The WNMU of the Highland View
Baptist Church met Monday for
Bible study with eight members
present. The meeting was opened
by Mrs. Lillie Richter. The group
sang the song ."What A Friend We
Have In Jesus". The 'program was
questions from the Bible asked by
the chairman and answered by the
group. Mrs. Lillie Richter dismissed
with prayer.
The Men's Club of the Highland
View had their regular meeting on
Monday night with a large attend-
ance. Matters of importance to the
community were discussed at thia
time.
The regular meeting of the High-
land View PTA was unavoidably
postponed until Monday night at
7:S30, January 21.
Mrs. Henry Butts honored her
son Wilbur with a birthday party,
Monday on his tenth birthday.
Games were played, by the children,
after which refreshments of birth-
day cake and drinks were served to
the following guests: Sonjia and
Barbara Branch, Junior Whitfield,
Randall Richards, Allenger Brown,
Robert Raffield, Jerry and Larry
Branch, Angie and Bennus Butts,
Doyle Glass and Cynthia and Lamar
Butts.


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BY STANDARD OIL EXPERTS
As an extra "Standard" service we will
give you with your lubrication job a 1957
calendar to hang on your sunvisor. This calen-
dar has a space for keeping up with your
mileage for lubrication purposes.


Come In Today!


Woolford's Standard Serv.


Phone 7-7171


113 Manument Ave.


,' WAIT till you're in
an Auto Accident!
Check your insurance
coverage now! See us to-
day. We'll make sure
you have complete pro-
Stemtion and thus, safe-
S, w -guard your security!
BUY THE BEST WHEN YOU BUY INSURANCE

FRANK & DOT'S AGENCY


Pw IOw Joe, mwih3


i pbo 7~MW


U. S. GOOD
CHUCK ROAST

Lb. 39c
Guaranteed Fresh Ga. Grade A
LARGE EGGS

2 doz. 87 c
V. V ___ -
WITH $5.00 ORDER
MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE

Lb.can 89c
LARGE HEAD
LETTUCE

2for 29c
REGISTER'S GREEN HILL
SAUSAGE

Lb. 39c

NEW SYRUP

V2Gal. 69c


HUNTING LICENSES

DRIVER'S LICENSES

FISHING LICENSES
NOW AVAILABLE AT


403-B Monumentl Auenue
This is the only location in Port St. Joe dealing
in these services



Mrs. Myrtle Childers

AGENT


PRICES
RIGHT


CLERKS
POLITE


Wood for Sale

BLOCKS UNSPLIT ---Load $5.00

BLOCKS SPLIT --- Load $7.00

WALTER DUREN
CALL BAll 7-3171


NBC PREMIUM
SALTINES

Lkb. Box 25c
OSAGE DESSERT
PEACHES

21 can 25 c
3 'LB. CAN ARM IX
SHORTENING

79c
SEED
POTATOES

10 Ib. 49c
NO. 2 CAN 8ANTAROSA
PINEAPPLE

Sliced 25c

SUGAR

5 lb. 49c
HEINZ
BABY FOOD

4 Jars 43c
MIX 'EM UP
PENNY
DOG FOOD

3 for 25c

Large LEMONS

Doz. 29c

JELLO

3pkgs. 25c
ARMOUR'S
MIL K

2 tall cans 25c

POLE BEANS

Lb. 19c



Quality



Market

Corner Williams & Third


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PAOA $*VXN-~


THURSDAY. JANUARY 17,1957ti


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Phone 7-3491


321 Reid Ave.






THE 8TAR -PfORT ST. JQK,_ 9Ut-FCOUNtTY, ftORIDA


GUESSWORK?
Yes, for crystal ball gazers
... however, the demands
of our profession require
something more precise...
exact knowledge. drawn
from years of experience.
To prepare your prescrip-
tions accurately, we must
ignore guesswork and con-
centrate on the practical,
the proven methods which
you and your doctor rely
upon.


PHONE 7-41371
Buzzett's Drug Store

TB Workers Thank
People for Cooperation
We would like to express our ap-
preciation to all who were kind
enough to give their time and ser-
vice in making the TB survey a suc-
cess in December here in Gulf
County.
There were 3,261 X-rays made. Of
these, 10 were suspicious and 22
were other pathologies.
MRS. H. W. GRThFFiIN
Chairman of Case-FFinding
Committee.
DR. ROLB2ERT KING,
President of TB and JHealth
Association.


Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS.


Get your


Sharks Suffer First Defeat of Season

To Marianna; Pick Up Two More Wins

The St. Joe Sharks bowed In Terry Hinote just couldn't miss
defeat for the first time this year his shots Saturday and racked up
last Friday night when the Marian- 21 points to lead his team mates.
na Bulldogs defeated the local team Wilford Elliott was runner-up with
on the Bulldogs home court The 15 points. Hinote also made him-
Sharks came home with a 50-41 de- self felt in the defensive category


feat for their first of the current
season.
The Sharks downfall was their
field goal shooting. They came up
with only 27% of their field goals
completed compared with their
usual 35 to 40% effectiveness. The
Sharks made good use of the free
throws by singing 85% of them for
points.
Wayne Taylor led the Sharks de-
fenslive play gathering in 13 re-
bounds off the Bulldog backboards.
Lbwis Ray led the offensive attack
for the Sharks with 12 points. St.
Joe's ace, Wilford Elliott was held
1to only four points for the game.


I St. Joe Pos.
'Taylor, 10 F
Shuford, 6 F
Elliott, 4 C
Hinote, 9 G
Ray, 12 G
Score by quarters:
Port St J.oe 11


Marianna 10
Port St. Joe's "B
barely edged out of a
"Bull Puppies" of I
Sharks were the und
-30 score.. Abe Miller
attack with nine poin
selwhite ran Miller a
with eight points. O'C
ianna .was the iBul
point maker with 10
WIN OVER GRA
The Sharks bounc
Saturday night after
Marianna to take the
gers on the home cou


INCOME TAX SERVICE
INCOME TAX FORMS completed and maile


LOW RATES!


by hauling in 17 rebounds.
The Sharks held the lead all the
way, never giving up to the Tigers.
The score by quarters:


St. Joe 21
Graceville 12
St. Joe Pos.
Taylor, 9 F
Shuford, 8 F
Elliott, 15 C
Hinote, 21 G
Ray, 4 G


16 20 7-64
6 14 8-40
Graceville
Harris, 17
Register, 0
Creel 6
Gates, 7
Pelham, 0


'Substitutes were: for Port St. Joe
Fletcher 4, Young 3, Mitchell and
Knight. For Graceville, Ricks 4,
Williams 4 and Mixon 2.
The Sharks "B" squad also came
hnl ih n vintnr th~ l B


Marianna lnc Wi L Y .V A UV
Rucks, 10 squad of the Tigers in the night's
McMullan, 6 preliminary by a score of 37-35.
Conrad, 6 Bill Chism led the Sharks scor-
Whitehead, 9 ing with nine points. Presnell was
McRae, 19 next in line with eight points.
8 12 10--41 The .Sharks ran rough-shod over
14 11 15-50 the Apalachicola five Tuesday
3" squad was night in the oyster city by a sco (e
victory by the of 76-35.
Marianna. The Wilford Elliort go' back in the
erdogs on a 33 big scoring department to lead his
led the Shark team mates with 31 points. Taylor
its. David Mus- racked up 17 and Hinote 15. Blair'
a dlose second 'Shuford was outstanding on defense
Conner of Mar- gathering in 18 rebounds.
Ildogs leading Bloodworth paced the host team
points. with 12 points.
The Sharks took an impressive
ACEVILLE 18-12 lead in the first quarter and
ed right bac. led the game all the way.
their defeat to Tb score by quarters-
Graceville Ti- St. Joe 18 16 17 23-76
rt, 64-40. Apalachicola 12 7 6 10-35
St. Joe Pos. Apalachi.
Taylor, 17 F Huckabe, 9
Shuford. 9 F Teat, 2


d promptly.


You may be entitled to a refund
112 REID AVENUE


Brown tweed cover, 1 cushion-Reg. $259.95 WITH TRADE
1 Simmons HIDE-A-BED -------$199.95
Blond and Mahogany-Values to $59.95
6 Platform and Swivel ROCKERS $39.95
I Charcoal, 1 Turquois, with rubber cushion-Reg. $79.50
2 CLUB CHAIRS $39.95
Brown tweed cover, heavy frame-Reg. $219.95
1 2-Pc. Maple living Room Suite $179.50
Padded Seat-Reg. $6.95
3 Wought Iron STOOLS -------- $3.95
Reg. $19.95
1 Blond Oak Corner Table -- --.. $9.95
Nut Brown Finish Modern, Double Dresser; Bar Bed, Chest
Reg. $149.95
1 3-Pc. Bed Room SUITE ------- $109.95
Vanity, Chest and Bed (Full light mirror)--Reg. $189.95
I 3-Pc. Maple Bed Room Suite ---- $139.95,
Vanity, Bend Chest and Poster Bed--Reg. $149.95
1 4-Pc. Maple Bed Room Suite --- $119.95
Reg. $49.50
2 Prince Innerspring MATTRESSES $39.95
Solid Mahogany, With 3 Drawers, Folding Mirror Top-Reg. $99.95
1 DRESSING TABLE ---------$59.95


Solid Mahogany-Reg. $39.50
2 SINGLE BEDS- ----
Grey Finish-Reg. $44.50
1 5-Drawer DESK CHEST


$19.95

$29.95


Solid Magnolia. Ready to paint-Reg. $39.50
1 5-Drawer Unfinished CHEST -- $29.95


Reg. $29.95
1 5-Drawer Unfinished CHEST -
48" wide, Ample storage space for dining room-Reg.
1 Blonde Mahogany BUFFET -- -
Extension Table, Comfortable Chairs-Reg. $89.95
2 5-Pc. Daystrom DINETTES


$24.95
$98.50
$49.95

$59.95


|Elliott, 21 C
Hinote, 15 G B
Ray, 4 G
'Substitutions: For
Fletcher, 4; Davis,


Peavey, 2
Bloodworth, 12
George, 9
Port St Joe,
2; Smith, 1;


Mitchell, 1; Knight, 2. For Apala-
U


Reg. $54.95
2 5-Pc.-CHROME DINETTES ---- $44.95
Values to $9.95-YOUR CHOICE
18 ODD TABLE LAMPS ---------$1.95
Size 34X34-Reg. $12.95
2 Cosco Folding Kitchen TABLES ---- $6.95
Assorted-All the light needed for reading-Reg. $12.95
6 FLOOR LAMPS -------- $8.95
Reg. $139.95
1 Duo-Therm OIL HEATER-------$99.95
3 Drawer
1 Blond Maple DESK CHEST .. $17.95
1 3-Pc. SECTIONAL ---- ------ $19.95
1 2-Pc. Living Room SUITE ---- $14.95
1 LARGE CLUB CHAIR ---------- $7.95
Round Mirror
1 4-Drawer Walnut VANITY ------$7.95

1 Walnut Poster Double BED ------$9.95

2 Double BOX SPRINGS ------ $9.95

3 Double Innerspring MATTRESSES _- $8.95

2 Double Cotton MATTRESSES $4.95

4 Double METAL SPRINGS --------$4.95

2 Single METAL SPRINGS --------$4.95
NEW Limited Quantity and Limited Time-Reg. $6.95
9X12 LINOLEUM RUGS --- ------ $4.95
NEW Aluminum-Limited Supply and Limited Time-Reg. $4.95
VENETIAN BLINDS ------------$3.95
Second Hand Solid Oak
DINING TABLE and CHAIRS ------$19.95
Second Hand
Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR -- $39.95


uley -EASY TERMS-
caupt*.Ab *~ 'BHTkca -No Outside Financing-


p


LOT FOR SALE
Size 130X140 in Oak Grove. Call
BAll 7-3071 or see John McKenzie.


TODAY ONLY
'53 FORD
WAS $895.00
Reduced to $695


'51 JEEPSTER
New Top, New Curtains
New Paint Job

Special $495


'51 FORD
Sedan
WAS $495.00

Reduced to $395


Meeting Planned To Cities Should Explore
Organize Boat Club Opportunities For
A meeting will be held next Wed- Post office Buiding
nesday, January 23 at the American Citiedesiringanw Post Office
Legiong a boating club here in Building constructed according to
organizing a boating club here in federal specifications are urged by
Anyone interested in forming and Congressman Bob .Sikes of Crest-
participating in a boat clb are view to explore the opportunities
participating in a boat club areoffered by the lease-purchase an
urged to be on hand for this.meet- offered, by the lease-purch'ase plan
urged to be on hand for this.Ieet- which now is in operation.
ing which will be held at 8:00 p.m. Sikes said that there i o
--%- -_ Sikes said that there is no di-
ALCOHOL CLINIC SET AT rect *federal Post Office Building
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH program in operation at this time,
but that post office buildings may
Rev. E. A. Dillard, outstanding'be constructed under the lease-
leader in helping men and women purchase plan which gives the com-
get free from alcohol through work munity a building identical to the
andworship will be in Port St.-Joe federal buildings available in pre-
on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. war days..
22 and 23. f "Only those cities in which the
Any families who have the alco- government already 'has a site are
hol problem or wish to help in this considered for this program at the .
national threat are invited to come present time," Sikes continued.
next Wednesday and receive sym- "Consequently, it is advantageous
pathetic and practical help from for cities desiring new post office
Mr. Dillard. The guest speaker is buildings to make a site available'
a former pastor of Dr. Billy Gra- to the government."
ham in his youth, Monticello has recently been ap-
.-- proved for a $324,000 post office
Return From Trip building under the lease-purchase
Mr. and Mrs. Stilas 'Stone has re- plan. Under this plan, the govern-
turned from an extended vacation meant .enters into a long-term con-
in the Caribbean. tract with the .successful bidder for
the lease of a federal' building which
chicola, Howz, 1. eventually will become federal pro-
Port St. Joe's "B" squad scored perty.
a victory over the Apalachicolai The 'Congressman urged that of-
quintet, 36-17 in the preliminary ficials or community leaders in
game. Abe Miller and Richard Zip- those cities desiring to be consider
perer tied for scoring honors with ed 'for a new building under this
seven points each. Brown and Buz- program contact him and he offer-
zett led the home team with four ed his services toward obtaining
points each. such facilities if a definite need for I
_improved postal facilities can be
r. .. a -dvertise-tr it! established.


29c


Super-Right Western Heavy Steer BEEF


Chuck Roast Ib 35c
Super-Right Genuine Tender Small CALF


LIVER lb 59c
Super-Right Extra Lean Freshly
GROUND BEEF 3 Ilbs. $1.00
Fancy Golden Yellow
FRESH CORN 5 ears 29c
Garden Fresh
POLE BEANS Ib. 15c


A&P Food Store


321 Rid Ave.


'54 FORD
Automatic Transmission,
Radio and Heater
WAS $1295.00
Reduced to $1145
See This One Today

'54 CHEVROLET
A REAL BUY
WAS $1195.00
Reduced to $1095

'55 FORD
Radio, HeAter, Whitewall
Tires, A-1 Condition
Sale Price $1395


Port St. Joe, Fla.


'54 FORD
Maiinne New Paint, V-8
Good Condition

Special $895


'55 Studebaker
This Car A-i Condition
WAS $1549.00
Reduced to $1395


'55 MERCURY
Montclair hard-top, Auto.
Transmission, Radio, Heater,
White Wall Tires
Special $1895


Grade 'AA', Shipped Ga. Whole


jt pays Lo aWJ tt r l58 L* M-
kdvertising doesn't east. it PAYS!


TV Acting Up ?
C a II
SMITH
TV and Radio Service
EXPERT REPAIRS
On All Makes of TV's
and Radios


Beach Restaurant
Formerly Known As Van Horn's
Now Operated and Managed By

Ed Maloney

well-known restauranteur of the beach

The restaurant will be operated so you can bring the family and enjoy
the finest of foods.
We will feature seafoods, aged Western steaks and the finest fried
chicken, also true Italian spaghetti,
We have the largest and finest private dining room on the beach. For
parties large or small, we serve them all.
Watch This Paper for Our Sunday Dinner Announcement'


Many Other Real Bargains

TO CHOOSE FROM



St. Joe Motor Company

Sales FORD-MERCURY Service


PO 7-3I37I 322 Moumn Ave.


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322 Monument Ave.


PHONE 7-3737


FRYERS