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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: February 14, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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STAR


Port St. Joe The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Ghattahoochee Valley"

VOLUME XX Single Copy Beo -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THUiRSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1957 NUMBER 24


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WES.LEY R. RAMSEY


Last Friday night we followed
a -number of Port St. Joe resi-
dents to Chipley to view the
basketbt4l tournament and, much
to our sorrow, see the local team
get beat by an inferior team.
As if that wasn't enough, we
went around to see the 'Earl of
Chipley'-Earl Sellars, publisher
of the Washington County News.
Earl has the people of Chipley
well informed as to his position
around the newspaper. We pul-
led into a service station and
asked the lady attendant if she
knew where the "Earl" could be
found. She said, "You mean the
publisher?" Now how abouttthat.
She didn't say "the newspaper-
man", the town printer", "the
editor" "the man down at the
newspaper" or any of these les-
ser menial tasks-it was "the pub-
lisher"-the loftiest position in
the Fourth Estate. Of course you
know where that "Fourth Estate"
business comes from. There's
only four of those "Estates" and
the newspaper business is the
last rung on the ladder.
Anyhow, we found out that
-we are not the only one that has
to work at night, dueto Uncle
Sam and other demands on the
financial end of the business.-
The "Earl of Chipley" was at the
shop.
We found Earl to have the
kind of shop we are trying to
have someday. The only rub was
that we figured When we got it
the night work would be finish-
ed.- But here was the F.arl"
down at the office at night.


It seems that the "Earl of
Chipley" had been up here to
Port St. Joe last Sunday to see
us and we missed tracks. The
wife and children are gone and
we had caught up on the read-
ing Sunday afternoon and was
out scouting around to try and
find something to'take a picture
of. So we missed each other. He
blessed us out regally for not
staying at home and having a
little bite to eat fl[ed when he
comes: We put him on notice to
let us know the next time and
we would "kill the fatted calf".


The groundhog saw his sha-
dow in Port St. Joe and we just
don't rightly know if that means
six more weeks of winter or six
weeks of good weather. Well, no
matter. Whichever one it was,
we are getting the first two
weeks of the good weather.
Whether the ground hog signs
were for spring or not we pre-
dict that spring is here. We base
our reasoning on good sound
signs. Not the budding of the
trees nor the sprouting of the
grass or the chirping of the bird.
Anyone can see these signs and
recognize them right away.
Our prediction comes from a,
little more subtle sign.'- Friday
we were delivering some print-
ing to the hospital and saw sev-
eral boys swimming in that good
pool that George Tapper dug out
Sin Pattens Bayou. We used
to swim there too when we were
a boy. It was a little, less popu-
lated then and our swimming at-
tire was slightly different from
the present swimmers. There
was no Monument Avenue span-
ning the bayou then and one
had a little privacy. These boys
had on swim suits.


Patient In Hospital
Ben Roberts of Altha is a pa-
tient in the Municipal Hospita!,
SHe is the father of Floyd Roberts.


GEO'RGE JOHNSON, parking meter officer, demonstrates where
motorists receiving parking fines should place their fines if they
are unlucky enough to receive one, (Star Photo)


Parking Fine Boxes

Installed Uptown

The City of Port St. Joe this week
inaugurated a new parking fine pay-
ment system. Previously the finz,*
were mailed or brought to the City
Hall for payment
The city has now installed pay-
ment boxes, on i'acl. corner in town
erected on parking meter posts.
The boxes are yellow. Now, if you
receive a parking ticket, you should
enclose the fine inside, and drop it
into the special boxes or take the
envelope and the fine to the City
Hall. People are urged not to mail
the fines, as in the past.



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S. W. E. Thursday

Thursday Purchases
Automobile Firm Stock

ft was announced by W. E.
Thursbay this week that he' had
purchased the entire stock of the
Hutchins-Thursbay Chevrolet Com-
pany from T. D. Hutchins here in
Port St. Joe,
Hu chins and Thursbay bought
the focal Chevrolet and Oldsmo-
bile ,agency in 1955 and operated
the business as a partnership up
until this week.
Thursbay said that the purchase
had been pending for several weeks
but became final and complete this
week.
The firm will now operate wander
the name of Thursbay Chevrolet
Company-and will continue to op-
erate the Oldsmobile-Chevrolet au-
tomobile franchise.


BAND BOOSTERS WILL
MEET TONIGHT AT 8:00

There will be a meeting of the
Band Booster's Association tonight
in the band room.
All Band Association members
and others interested in the pro-
gress of the band are urged to at-
tend.


Stone Named To Head
Merchant's Division

Jesse V. Stone was again elected
by the Port St. Joe Retail Mer-
chant's Division of the Chamber of
Commerce, to serve as their chair-
man for the coming year. The di-
vision was formed last year, with
Stone serving as the first-chairmanr
of that body.
,In a general meeting held by he
complete organization Thursday
night in the city hall, committees
to serve for the coming year were
named as follows:
Division chairman, Jesse V. Stone
Vice-Chairman, John G. Blount.
Membership committee, John G.
Blount, chairman; Guy Middleton,
Gannon Buzzett.
Publicity committee, Wesley R.
Ramsey and John Robert Smith.
Attendance committee: Marion
Musselwhite, chairman; Mrs. E. R.
Tukey and C. W. Long.
,Policy committee, Jothn Blount,
chairman, Henry Campbell and Earl
Atchison.
,Representative committee, Jesse
Stone and- C. W. Long.
Educational committee: UJohn
Robert Smith, chairman; Dick Lam-
berson and Vic Anderson.
,Sales promotion committee: G. F.
Lawrence, chairman; Wayne Butt-
ram and Wesley R. Ramsey.
Regular meetings of the steering
cbmmiltlee of the Division *as ten-
tatively set at 7:30 p.m. the third
Monday of each month.


The group planned two city-wide

St. Joe efea of ee e aes has not yet been set.

Walton For Their Little League Organi;

17th Season Win Monday and Forn
Plnday anac 3rd In Tournament
Pla 3rdn Tournament Little Boy's Baseball League fans

Port St. Joe High School's Sharks managers and prospective umpires
.racked their 17th victory here Tues- are invited t.', "leef with League
day night by dow~iing Walton Hi of Officials and Directors Monday
DeFuniak Springs 87-55. night, February 18, at the Elemen-
'Hitting 60 per cent of all field tary School. Meeting time is set
goals the Sharks racked up a 26-6 for S:00 o'clock.
lead in the first period of play. The meeting will cover a full
Waltoead in came back in the second agenda. Officers and Directors will

and held them to 10 but were un- consider the advisability of adding
able to hold the remaining two four faru teams to take care of
quarters. the heavy registration of applicants
Four of St. Joe's cagesters hit that is expected prior to League
the double column for the Sharks. play. Last year's clubs made up of
They were Lewis Ray 17; Terry Kiwanis, Rotary, Ford-Pontiac and
Hinote 16; Wilford Elliott, 15; and the aper company took care of
Blair Shuford, 14'. Top scorer fot only 60 boys. At least 150 boys are
Walton was Harold Donaldson. He expected to try out this year,
was followed by Billy Pearson and Business firms, civic clubs,
Bufford Sunday with 9 each. churches, fraternal organizations
Mike Munn (14) and Abe Milleruand individuals who wish to spon
(12) piloted the Baby Sharks to a sor the new farm clubs-in the
38-31 win over the Walton junior event League Officers vote to en-
varsity. Walter Reed hit 8 to take ter them-are urged to attend the
the :-,. honor for Walton. meeting.
PorL Joe plays host to Catho- The Tapper Company, J. Lamar
lic High of Pensacola on the local Miller of Standard Oil and a Pa-
court tomorrow night for the sec- per Company subsidiary have in.
ond of a two game series with that dicated their desire to sponsor farm
school, teams.
The American Legion, Lions
Port St. Joe's Sharks soundly de- Club, Union Finance, Glidden and
feated the Chipley Tigers 73-47 in St. Joe Hardware Company, among
their opening Northwest Tourna- others, are looked upon as possible
ment game last Thursday, only to sponsors of new teams.
go down in defeat Friday night Monday night's gathering is in
against third-rated Malone, who. reality and annual Little Boy's
went on to win the tournament. League affair. Directors, officials
The Sharks took a 17-6 first per- and players agents will be selected.
iod lead against the- Tigers and Tom Coldewey is the present
breezed to the victory. Wilford El- League head. Paul Fensom is vice
liott poured 26 points through the president. Lawrence Bissett, Henry
baskets to lead the Sharks ,scoring. Chason and Bill Whaley are acting
Wayne Taylor and Terry Hinote as treasurer, secretary and player
were next with the points with 16 agent, respectively.
and 14 respectively. Don Gilmore The agenda calls for a study of
scored 15 to lead the Tigers. The playing manager and umpire staffs
Sharks made 52% of their field who 'will supervise, pray and watch
goals and'72% of their free throws over the conduct of the League dur-
good during the night. Wayne Tay-ling a season that in all probability
lor and Wilford Elliott each collect- will be enlarged after Monday
ed seven rebounds off the back- night's session.
boards. Jake Belin will contact prospec-
tive sponsors prior to meeting date.
Malone Game Sponsors are especially urged to
A slow start in the first quar- attend the meeting, however. -
ter of their second game in the,
t Northwest Florida Conference Tour- points each. Wayne TayTor put 11 C
nanient, cost Port-St. Joe a chance through the hoop. Jacobs paced the (
to go against Marianna for the Malone squad with 19 points.
championship. Malone outscored The score by quarters:
the Sharks in the first quarter 12-5 Port St. Joe 5 12 12 18 t
to provide them with .the necessary Malone 12 14 13 13
points to win the game 52-47. Al- -
though the Sharks were behind sev Consolation Game
en to 11 points throughout most of iPort St. Joe's Sharks defeated the
the game, they came up to within Bonlfay Blue Devils last Saturday r
t four points of tying the game up night in Chipley to win the bon- I
in the last seconds, but were un- solution game in the Northwest
able to do so. Florida Conference tournament.
* Wilford Elliott and Terry Hi- The Sharks defeated thq Blue De- b
* note tied up for scoring honors vils 44-32. Wilford Elliott took the I
against the Malone team with 14 point-making honors with 15. Ter-


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Assessor To List Property


Funeral Set For

Mrs. J. W. Player

Funeral services will be held to-
day at the Cypress Creek Baptist
Church near Kinard for Mrs. Beckie
M. Player, 68, who passed away at
ler home in Highland View Tues-
day night about 11:00 p.m.
iServices will be held at 1:00 p.m.
CST, with Rev. Lowell F. Adams,
pastor of the Highland View Bap-
tlst Church officiating. Interment
will be in the Cypress Creek come-
tery in the family plot.
Mrs. Player came to Highland
View with her husband three years
ago. She is a native of Kinard'.
Survivors include her husband,
John W. Player, Highland View;
four sons, H-nry and Otis, Palatka;
John W., Jr., AFB, Albany, Ga.;
Silas, Highland View. Four daugh-
ters, Mrs. Lula Kemp, Kinard; Mrs.
Agnes Wilkins, Laurel Hill; Mrs.
Ola Mae Clark, Highland View and
Mrs. Maggie Shirah, White City;
19 grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe is in charge of arrange-
mrients.


zation To Meet ,

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TOM COLDEWEY
League President


Purpose Is To Claim Homestead

Exemption; List Personal Items


claim their homestead exemption
and to declare their personal pro-
perty for taxation.
Patrick says that he doesn't ex-
pect home owners in the county to
know the legal description of 'the
location of their property, but all
they will need to do is to sign the
homestead exemption form and re-
turn it to him. He wilff fill in the
necessary descriptive data.
Along with the homestead exemp-
tion form is a form to declare per-
sonal property items for taxation.
This form is being sent out at the
request of the Gulf County Continu-
ing Education Council to try and
raise a small additional tax to aid
the financing of the school work
in Gulf County.
This form should be filled out
also and mailed to the Tax Asses-
sor. This information will include
furniture, appliances, -c i ot h ing,
boats, motors, trailers, etc. It will
not include automobiles, which are
taxed through the purchase of your
license tag.
The GOCEC would like to call at-
tention to-the fact that all house-
hold goods and personal effects are
entitled to $1,000 exemption. The
balance, or all over $1,000 is put
on the rolls at approximately one
third of its value and tax levied
on that amount.
For an example, the tax on per-
sonal property that was valued at
$1,000) by the Tax Assessor (and
not the .'*'.il value) would be tax-
ed $23.00 to the taxpayer.
All persons in Gulf County re-
ceiving the forms are urged to fill
them oat and mail them to the Tax
Assessor in Wewahitchka as soon
as possible.
All forms should be in the office
by March 31, especially to claim
homestead exemption.


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Work Well Underway On New Chemical Plant
Work is now well underway on on the erection of the necessary Just East of the city between the
the construction of the new Allied buildings. two tracks of the Apalachicola Nor-
Chemical Company alum plant here. The county is now in the,process thern Railroad. The plant is ex-
Much excavation work has been of building a road to the new plant, pected to begin operation in about
done and work Is now progressing The new industry will be located six months. (Star Photo)

II I Iwith the local schools predicts that
cisson Tells What Junior College if a college is established in Pan-
ama City, enough students from
In Panama City Will Mean Here Port St. Joe will attend to
the running of a bus daily to the
school.
With the liossibility of a Junior to a Junior College for advanced The statistics compiled by the
College being organized in Panama education. If a college is established school are as follows:
City, the Port St. Joe schools have in Panama City, 17 will attend, OfI 15 GR UIE
compiled some statistics as to just last year's graduating Seniors, s 1957 GRADUATES
what extent Port St. Joe will use. lat years graduation Seniors, 12 will attendcollege.
these facilities, are now attending Junior colleges. 17 will attend junior college, if
The statistics show that 12 sen- Junior Colleges vary from the established here.
ors to-graduate this year will go State Universities in that the tui- 18 will attend other type school
tion is lower and prospective stu- 9 will go to work.
dents do not need to take entrance 11 will join armed forces
ry Hinote was follow-up with 12. exams such as they do when enter- 3 will get married
Billy Helms paced the Blue Devils ing a State University. At the end 12 do not know what they will do
with 13 points. of his two years in Junior College, 1956 GRADUATES
The score by quarters is as fol- the student can transfer to a State 13 went to college or unhv.. i,.'.
ows: University for his remaining years 6 went to Junior College
Port St. Joe 14 6 12 12 of study with no entrance exam. ,11 went to other type school
Bonifay 12 6 6 8 B. B. Scisson, County Supervisor 26 went to work


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This week, residents throughout
the county received forms from the
Tax Assessor, Sammy Patrick to


C of C Annual Meet
Set For February 25

The annual meeting of the Cham-
ber of Commerce will be held Mon-
day night, February 25 at the Epis-
copal Parish House at 7:00 p.m.
The meeting will feature a din-
ner, a speaker and the election of
three directors to serve for the
next three years.
Directors, whose terms are expir-
ing, are Cecil G. Costing, Jr., Joe
Dowd and R. E. King. President
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., appointed a
nominating committee recently to
nominate six persons to pick the
three new directors from. Those
selected to be voted on were Durel
Brigman, John Blount, Joe Hendrix,
George Tapper, Martin Begley and
B. B. Conklin.
All members are urged to attend.


Spaghetti Will Be
Served Wednesday

Come to the Spaghetti Supper
next Wednesday, February 20 at
the Florida Power Lounge on
Relid Avenue.
The suig.r, sponsored by the
Altar Society of St. Joseph's Ca-
tholic Church will be served from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Plates for em-
ployees of the paper mill will be
available "to go" starting at 5:30
p.m.
(Bring the family and enjoy a
"night out". Tickets are $1.00 for
adults and 50c for children.






THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1957


All-Star 'Red eeds' To Visit Here Harold Dill Speaks
Feb. 28 Under Lion Sponsorship To Rotary Clu'
Harold Dill, scouter of Panama
Those colorful, sensational All- Undisputed "World Champions City, spoke to the Port St. Joe Ro-
American Red Heads-Queens of Girl's Professional Basketbailtary Club.at their regular meeting
Big Time Basketball to appear in Club"-the Red Heads feature the Thursday of last week. Mr. Dill
Port St. Joe, Rated as America's top basketball Italent available any- has a long history in scouting aind
greatest basketball attraction, the where. is a holder of the Silver Beaver,
Famous Feminine Cage Stars will International Court Favorites, the among other J.'"in[-IIlh', awards
he sponsored here by the Lions Red Heads have acquired a world from his Scouting activities.
Club. Basketball fans will have a wide reputation for clever plays, Dill told of some of the values
chance to see the gals uncork their good basketball, and side-splitting of Scouting for boys. He stressed
fancy passing, trick shooting, novel- comedy antics, routines and novel- o
ty routines, and zany antics when ties. Featured in many national ma- role of couting in teaching of
they clash with the Port St. Joe gazines and publications, the fam- our American heritage. Dill deplor-
All-Stars on February 28 at the ous Red Heads play men teams ed the fact that many of the boys
High School Gymnasium, only-straight, men's rules. 19', in the United States were growing
Olson's All-American' Red Heads Red Heads top record against men up with little or no knowledge of
have played to over 4,500,000 fans. teams won 134 out of 190 games 'the fundamentals of the forming of
Organized in 1936 by the great played. lour nation. He told how Scouting
"Ole" Olson ,owner and star of "01- The present Red Heads aggrega- Itaught boys the sense of duty to
son's Terrible Swedes.", The Red tion feature girls from Arkansas, society. He declared that this per-
Heads have toured the USA, Can- Oklahoma, Iowa and Louisiana. tion of Scouting alone did more
ada, Mexico, Philippines-and at Be sure to see the fabulous Red to combat juvenile delinquency
present booking USA, Canada, Alas- Heads on February 28 at the High than any other one thing, since
ka and Hawaii. Olson's World Shcool gym when they tangle with juvenile delinquency was a direct
Champs play 180-200 games each the All-Stars of Port St. Joe. result of children losing their
year-that means on an average a sense of duty to their society.
game every night for the most talk- Visitors In Chipley Dill said that htere are now 11,-
ed about Feminine Athletes-Dar- Mrs. Bert Munn and daughter, 000 Scouts and 2,000 adult workers
lings of the Hardwood Court, 01- Connie was the guest of her father, I in the Gulf Coast Council and saw
son's female basketball wizards- E. E. Van Horn and aunt, Mrs. Ar- definite possibilities of a large
The All-American Red Heads. lie Hodson in Chipley, Sunday. growth in this activity 'during the



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C0111i ar said that oue of the twins was just
Mr. Dill spoke to Rotary in Rev. Punt Tells Kiwanis cast out ofthe home to live ordie Forestry Department
kepi, s with ly Scout week. Club About Africa and fend for himself since it was Lists Needs for Year
ViKi ors of the club last Thimrs- believed by the people there that
da were Josi S. Espy, Jr., Pan- the birth of twins was an evil sign.
aina City. Wade Scllors. Pensacola; Rev. Harry Punt, a missionary Punt listed the white man and PANAMA CITY (Special) -Dur-
F. M. Womack. Lincol., Ill.; Tont for 20 years in the Belgian Congo some of his ways for the vast ing a recent meeting of the County
Weathington. Apalachicola and Bob talked to. the Kiwanis Club Tues- amount of unrest in Africa today. Rangers, Farm Foresters, I E For-
Walton of Panama City. day at their regular weekly lunch- Punt read the Kiwanians a pas- ester and District Personnel of D-1
eon meeting of some of the prob- sage from a Bible that had been State Forester Hux Coulter dis-
RALPH SWATTS IS lems in central Africa, printed in the native tongue of cussed the proposed Biennial Bud-
PROMOTED TO CAPTAIN Punt is a native of Holland and natives of the Bengian Congo which get for 1957-58, which was set up
Ralph Swatts, a member -of the has been here in Port St. Joe on -he served. from individual conferences, past
Freshman Class at Gordon Military furlough for the past few months Visitors of the club at the Tues- experience and research on future
College at Barnesville, Ga., has from his post in Africa. He is a day meeting were J.-W. Owsley, needs of the counties. -
recently been advanced to th rank Presbyterian minister and is at Wayne Taylor and Blair Shuford. Coulter announced an increase i
of Captain. At the time of his grad- present pastor of the beach Pres.- R --tFN-- the operating and fixed capital bud-
uation in May, he was promoted to byterian Church.CARD OF THANKS will be sent to theLegslature
First Lieutenant and was.given he :which convenes this spring.
First Lieutenant and wase ffgiven he Punt told the Kiwanians some- We wish to expressour deep ap- The net increase in the budget
assgmet of Exceutve Officer o thing of the missionary work go- precaution to the many people in amounting to $3,197,590 over a two-
his company. ing on in Africa. He listed the main Port St. Joe who expressed their year period, includes $968,18 for
In addition to this assignment, he obstacles of their work there as sympathy toward us at the death the protection of the six counties-
has been serving as intelligence of- ignorance, poverty and disease. He of our husband and father, L. B IBradford, Flagler, Putnam, Hernan-
ficer and also as public relations stressed that disease was the big- Walters, Sr., recent yin California. do, Charlotte and 'Highlands, which
officer for the school, gest menace to the African peo- Words cannot express our apprecia- voted county-wide protection in the
ple. He expressed wonder that ords cannot express our app last general election. An increase
Lintion for your kindnesses,
REBECCAH LODGE WILL there were people still alive in The Family of of $607,780 will be asked for a $35.
MEET TONIGHT AT 8:00 central Africa due to the numerous per month salary increase for all
Melody Rebeccah Lodge No. 22 diseases that plague the area and L. B. WALTERS, SR. personnel. This increase is hoped
will meet on Thursday night '(to- the tremendous lack of medical to offset the higher pay scale of-
night) at. S p.m. in the Lodge Hall. care there. .Attending Conference" fered by industry and thus reduce
All members are urged to attend e spoke of the mysterious be- Rev. Gardner Underhill, rector the high turnover of 34% of the
this important meeting. lied s of some of the African natives of St. James' Episcopal Church, to- Florida 'Forest Service Personnel
hin______ m eis o sim ohe Ae ..rn,- with Rev. Barnum MeC'ar- each year.
due to ignorance. Cited was the -.
Star Want A.-_ Gdi P- L case of a family having twins. He thy of Apalachicola is attending a DistrictForester WalterL. Ghild
Laboratory on the Church and oftheDistrict To. 1 Florida Forest
Group Life in Montreat, N. C. for Service, reports the funds eeded
two weeks. here in Gulf County amount to $153-
*.737.00 for Fire Control and $3,654.75
-- 'for farm forestry project. Of this
: b .. m -total the county's share would be
$21,681.90, with state and federal
S,' .. funds making up the remainder of
A A. $135,7,09.85.


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SfTe claimed the conspiracy was Circle 1 of WSCS
duPont Interests W in Out In 3 fraudulently concealed from him
Ifor so long lie could not seek re- Met Monday Afternoon
M million Dollar Crummer Damage Suit dress in the' courts within the time
fixed by law. Circle 1 of the Woman's Society
Indictments on charges of mail of Christian Service of The First


TALLakHASSEE Roy E. Crum-
















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Smer, wealthy former Orlando bond
dealer, lost for the second time this
week his efforts to get a federal
court trial of his 30-million-dollar
damage suit against the Florida
duPont interests and ass.,i-;ad-
Federal Judge Dozier DeVane di-
rected a verdict for the defendants
after a jury report dit was unable
to agree in the fraudulent conspir-
acy case.
Crummer's attorneys had announ-
ced previously they would take an-
other appeal to the U.S. Circuit
Conrt of Appeals in New Orleans.
The case already has been in the
courts eight years.
The jury had deliberated about
four hAurs when it notified the
court it was hopelessly deadlocked.
Judge DeVane, who had taken
under advisement a defense motion
for a' directed verdict, announced
he had decided to grant the motion,
and held that the suit was not filed
within the required time.
he decision means there will be
no trial-immediately, at least-of
Crummer's 30 million dollar dam-
age suit.
Crummer alleged the duPont in-
terests conspired secretly to. ruin
his multi-million dollar city and
county bond business by instigating
a series of state and federal inves-
tigations.


A nn'IDnDIIIA


fraud and violation of the Federal
Securities Act were returned in 19-
44 against Cruminmer and some of
his associates, but were dismissed
in 1946.
Crummer's 30 million dollar suit
previously had been dismissed by
Judge DeVane on the ground it was
filed too late. However, the federal
appeals court ruled the question
should be submitted to a jur-y.
The fraudulent conspiracy trial
had been under way since Jan. 14.

Mrs. Ramsey Hostess


Methodist Church met Monday af-
ternoon in the home of Mrs O0. M.
Taylor.
The meeting opened with the
reading of the .46 Psalm by Mrs. J
T. Ricketson. Mrs. Jake Belin gave
the devotion with the theme, "Be


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Still" followed with' Mrs. Roy Gib-1 The Curtiss arrived at McMurdo
son, Sr., reading two verses of the Sound Jan. 21 after clearing the ice
song, "Be Still My Soul" as a pack which surrounds the Antarc-
prayer. tic Continent. !She transported
Mrs. Belin chose as the subject of scientists -and relief wintering-over
her talk, Abraham Lincoln. I personnel to the Antarctic to make
Mrs. Morgan Jones, Jr., chair- earth science studies during the
man, presided over the business- International Geophysical Y e a r
meeting. It was announced that the '1957-58.


To WSCS Circle 3 ruary 25 in the home of Mrs. Roy
Gibson, Sr.
.iCircle 3 of the Woman's Society Refreshments were served by the
of Christian Service of The First hostess to the following members:
Methodist Church met Monday af- Mrs. J. Lamar Miller, Mrs. Jake Be-
ternoon in the home of Mrs. Edwin lin,, Mrs. Buck Griffin, Mrs. A. J.
Ramsey with nine members and Owens, Mrs. J. T. Graves, Mrs. Fen-
two visitors present, non Talley, Mrs. .Morgan Jones, Jr.,
and Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr.
The hostess served salad and cof-
fee proceeding the meeting. Mrs. year. Mrs. Chauncey Gostin gave an
Ralph -Swatts read Matt. 22:17-28 article entitled, 'Southeast Asia
as the scripture and the group and China". Mrs. Hubert Brinson
sang, "Break Thou The Bread of read a letter from a missionary,
Life" Mrs."Lindsey Temple, pro- Mrs. Florence Smith.
gram chairman, presented the pro- -Mrs. Chauncey Costin, Circle
gram. Mrs. C. W. Johnson read the chairman, presided over a brief
6th Goal of the Woman's Society business session.
of Christian Service of the coming It was voted to collect clothing
S for Korea. It was announced by the
I1 chairman, Mrs. Costin, that the
next meeting would be held in the
home of Mrs. Lindsey Temple. The
REU C meeting closed with the WSCS
benediction.


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She will return to civilization
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past winter on the Antarctic Con-
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Freddy McCall With
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McM'UtlDO SOUND, ANTARC'TI-
CA, (Delayed)-Charles F. McCall,
engineman second class, USN, son
of Mr. and Mrs. James P. McCall
of 1006 Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe,
departed January 27 from McMurdo
Sound, Antarctica for Little Ameri-
ca, aboard the seaplane tender USS
Curtiss.


Mrs. Campbell Hostess
To Presbyterian Circle
.Circle 1 of the ;Presbyterian
Church met at the home of Mrs.
Norman Campbell, 808 8th St. on
M;oiday aWternoon.
Mrs. Kay Clark opened the meet-
ing with prayer. Mrs. John Robert
Smith gave the devotional.
The eleven members present
were Mrs. Henry Campbell, Mrs.
Albert Davis, Mrs. M. Elder, Mrs.
Tam Mitchell, Mrs. J. M. Perritt,
Mrs. R. D. Prows, Mrs. Ella Ste-
bel, Mrs. Warren Settlemire, Mrs.
Kay Clark, Mrs. J. R. Smith and
Mrs. Norman Campbell. One visi-
tor, Mrs. Tom Moon was also pres-
ent.
port Lyttelton, New Zealand to
pick up additional passengers and
to replenish supplies before con-
tinuing on to the "White Conti-
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Lb. 33c
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lb. 39c
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THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 Will ms Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Pub!ishing Company
WESurt R. RAMSEY --. Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor iMan, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $,00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
UBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed.'The spoken word barely asserts; the printed -word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


WHY FIRMS SEEK SMALL TOWNS

A national weekly newspaper recently reported on the
trend of big business to move its new plants into smaller towns.
The report was highly enlightening.
Ane firm which had operated in a large metropolitan
area for half a century has recently erected plants in two small
communities and the company head reports That the concern is
delighted with the results.
In the first place, he said, the business had been virtually
unknown in the large city and workers were not in touch with
the needs of people in smaller towns who used the product
manufactured. In the small towns, where the two new plants
were opened, citizens were eager to have the new, plants locate
in their community and helped raise money for the buildings, on
a loan basis, and took a great interest in the business enterprise.
They were happy, contented, good workers and had the interest
of the business at heart.
Labor relations in such a plant, and in a community
which appreciates the location of such a plant, are the best.
These are the reasons in brief, why so many big cor-
porations are building plants in the nation's smaller communities.
This is good for the nation and produces good management-labor
relations, and for that reason the trend will probably accelerate
in the coming years.
Port St. Joe, like other small towns, -as well as cities in
Florida, is hoping that "lightning will strike again" and one of
these days another good-sized firm will locate here. We offer
many advantages, but the best asset we have is the friendliest
people in the world and a spirit of cooperation that is unbeatable.

Bisbort Declares Dam gine
~Gulf County authorities have ex-
Doesn't Affect Lakes pressed concern over the fact that
the water level of the lakes is
(Panama City News-Herald) dropping. The lakes, famed for fish-
Reports that the Jim Woodruff ing, are the neighboring county's
Dam is causing the water level of greatest tourist attraction. (Ap-
the Dead Lakes to drop were re- patently the Herald discounts the
futed again last week by the Army. fine beaches in Gulf County).-
Corps of Engineers District Engin- In the letter' of Dec. 2t, 1956, to
eer. r Harland 0. Pridgeon, Dead'Lakes
Col. Harold E. Bisbort labelled Fishing and Business Club Board
the reports false, saying the nor- of Directors' chairman, told Col.
mal operation of the dam has noth Bisbort that deficient rainfall over
ing to do with the water level of the past three years fias b3en the
the Gulf County lake. cause of the decreasing water level,
Col. Bisbort's answer to the "and not due to the construction or
charge that the dam is endangering operation of the Jim Woodruff
the Dead Lakes was made through Dam."
Ira L. Campbell, Panama City En- The letter continued: "Insuffi-


Phone 7-7171


~;2~P4~Asiai~;i?.*nC;~dSL~jUP~y~.YI~L~Y-


113 Manument Ave.


'Statistical information quoted by
Col. Bisbort in his letters to the
Wewahitchka resident was prepare
ed by the Panama City resident
engineers' office, Campbell said.

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LEGAL AD'/ER RISING
NOTICE OF HEARING OF
PETITION TO CLOSE ALLEY
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You will take notice that a pub-
lic hearing will be held by the
Board of City Commissioners of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in its
meeting room on the second floor
of the Municipal Building in Port
St. Joe, Florida, on the 8th day of


March, 19,57, at eight o'clock P.M.,
on the petition of Gubay Enterpris-
es, Inc., a Florida corporation,
which petitionwas spread upon he
minutes of the Meeting of said
Board of City Commissioners held
on February 5, 1957, requesting that
said Board of City Commissioners
close, vacate and abandon that pub-
lic alley hereinafter described, and
renounce and disclaim any right
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,
and the public in andto to the land
lying within said public alley; said
public alley being described as fol-
lows:
The alley in Block 7, according
to the official map of the City
of Port St. Joe,, on file in the
office of the Clerk of Court,


Wewahitchka, Florida, said al-
ley being bounded on the South
by Third Street, on the North
by Second Street, on the Bast
by Lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16,
18, 20, 22 and 24, and on the
West by Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11,
13, 15, 17, 19, 21 and 23.
All interested parties may appear
and be heard at the time and place
above specified, dated this 5th day
.of February, 1957.
BOARD OF OITY COMMISSION
OF THE CITY OF PORT ST.
JOE. FLOMRJIIDA,
By: R. W. HENDERSO'N
City Auditor and Clerk 4t-2-14
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coient inflow- into the Dead Lakes
by the Chipola-River has beea the
controlling factor in the decrease
;of the state at Dead Lakes. The
Chipola River, which is the main
source of inflow- into the .Dead
Lakes, is in no way affected by the
operation of Jim Woodruff lock
and dam.
It is true that a complete closure
of the gates at Jim Woodruff .19ck
and dam would contribute to a de-
crease in the stage of the Dead
Lakes. Therefore, the closure plan
that has been adopted provides
that, 'during filling, the outflow
from -the Jim Woodruff lock and
dam will be' maintained at 12,000
cubic feet per- second, which is suf-
ficient to maintain a stage of 6.1
feet at Blountstown which the
Florida Game and Fresh Water
Fish- Commission requested us to
maintain at Blountstown.
-"Should the inflow into the Jim


Woodruff reservoir dro below 12,-
000 cubic feet per second while the
reservoir is being filled, then all
the inflow will be passed and no
water stored. This plan was care-
fully followed when the Jim Wood-
ruff reservoir was filled to its pres-
efit level in March of 195'5 during
a period of high river flow.
"Since then, all inflow into the
reservoir has been discharged into
the Apalachicola River. A tery
careful study has been made on
the Apalachicola and Chipola rivers
over the past two years. These stu-"
dies show that the construction at
Jim Woodruff Dam, which was not
built 'for the purpose of stream
regulation, has little effect on these
streams."
In a letter to Pridgeon dated
Jan. 30, 1957, Col. Bisbort reiterat-
ed his statement that the dam has
no effect on the water level of the
lakes.


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NEWS FFOM
Highland View
By HELEN RICHARDS
Phone BAll 7-2627
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke and
daughter, Glenda, Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Skipper and son Billy, spent
the week end at the Skipper's old
home in Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skipper
and children of Pensacola were Sat-
urday callers of the W. V. Burkes.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Herring and
children of Tallahassee and Willie
D. McMillan of St. Mary's, Georgia
were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Fan-
nfe Mae McMillan.
The many friends of Miss Alma
DeWitt will be glad to learn that
she is much improved and will
soon be back at school.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skipper of
Panama .City is spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. W. V.
Burke and other relative's.
WMU MEETS
The Highland View WM'U met
Monday at 3:00 p.m. with 14 mem-
bers and two visitors present, Mrs.
Woodham, the WMU associational
president, taught the new achieve-
ment chart which was of great- in-
terest to everyone. Mrs. Alice Ma-
comber dismissed the group, after
which refreshments were served.


PTA MEETS
The Highland View PTA met
Monday night with the president,
Mrs. Hozie Barfield presiding. The
Rev. Suggs brought the devotional.
-Mrs. Ayers, the program chairman
was in charge of the program,
which featured founder's day. Mrs.
Betty Collins gave the founder's
day messaeg. The PTA colors-were
used throughout the program. Re-
freshments consisting of- a cake,
baked by Mrs. Margaret Adams, for
the occasion, and punch was serv-
ed. The beautification committee
reported that a number of shrubs
had been purchased and planted.
All members are urged to be pres-
ent for the March meeting as there
will be important business to be
discussed at that time.

First Baptist Church
Names Circle Dates


Notice of Circle Meetings of
Woman's Missionary Union of
First Baptist Church:


the
the


Circle 1. meets in the home of
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols.
Circle 2 in the home of Mrs. Har-
ry Dowden.
Circle 3 meets in the home of
Mrs. Perry Elliot of Oak Grove.
Circle 4 meets in the home of
Mrs. Bob Elliey. -
Circle 5 meets in the home of
Mrs. L. W. Cox, Oak Grove.
All meetings will be held, Mon-
day afternoon at 3 p.m.


LOSE UGLY FAT
IN TEN DAYS
OR MONEY BACK
If you are overweight, here is the
first really thrilling news to come
along in years. A new and conven-
ient way to get rid of extra pounds
easier than ever ,so you can be as
slim and trim as you want. This
-new product called DIATRON curbs
both hunger and appetite. No drugs
no diet, no exercise. Absolutely
harmless. When you take DIAT-
RON, you still enjoy your meals,
still eat the foods you like but you
simply don't have the urge for extra
portions, and automatically your
weight must come down, because,
as your -own doctor will tell you,
when you eat less, you weigh less.
Excess weight endangers your
heart, kidneys. So no matter what
you have tried before, get DIAT-
RON and prove to yourself what it
can do. DIATRON is sold on this
GUARANTEE: You must lose
weight with the first package you
use or the package costs you noth-
ing. Just return the bottle to your
druggist and get your money back.
DIATRON costs $3.00 and is sold
with this strict money back guar-
antee by:
SMITH'S PHARMACY
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mail Orders Filled


KEEP THIS AD!
Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheu-
matic Sufferers have taken 'f.his
medicine since it has been on the
market. It is inexpensive can 'oe
taken in the home. For Free infor-
mation, give name and address to


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WHEN YOU WASH AND DRY
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Whatever the weather is like outdoors you can always have a
perfect washday indoors with an automatic electric dryer and washer.
Saves work and time, too! No back-breaking hand scrubbing or rinsing,
no more heavy baskets of wet clothes to be carried outside and hung up
dLELCW4N \ piece by piece. It's all done automatically with just a twist f a dial
0"4 1 Yes, clotheslines are "for the birds" when you do your laundry...
Electrically the modern care-free way.


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300 Delegates To Be
Here for Convention
More than 300 delegates froinm the
Episcopal Diocese of Florida are
e np.ted f n t~n~n hi -.nfl


T.he Methodist Woman give by
Mrs. Martin Presides Th Mehodi W MIrs. -Martin -rsiCI.C l Mrs. W. D. Jones. She chose a se-
Over WSCS Meeting election from "The Identifications
with the Peoples of the World."
Circle 2 of the Woman's Society' Mrs. W. D. Jones,- hostess, ser-
of Christian Service of the First Jved refreshments to the following


turn Monday.


as
WALL EtECTRK
COMPANY
FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and

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...FIGHTS ALL COLDS
SYMPTOMS AT ONE TIME...
IN LESS TIME I IT'S THE
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members present: Mrs. Tom Prid-
geon, Mrs. Joe Grimsley, Mrs. Ma-
mie Wimberly, Mrs. S. B. Witt, Mrs.
Herman Dean and Mrs. Chris Mar-
tin,
it pays to adveitise try it!
Advertising doesn't cost-It rays'-


pxeu e to co n.ven w cuu Methodist Church met Monday af-
when Holy. Trinity Church acts as ternoon at 3 p.m. Mrs. Chris Mar-
host to the 34th annual All-Youth tin, chairman, presided over the
Convention to be held in Gaines meeting and opened the program
-iile. with the devotional. She used the
Theme of the conference is "Tothird chapr of Firt John as
Know Christ and to make Him ,scripture, and closed with a prayer.
Known." Principal speaker will be The program was the study from
the Rev. Harold Barrett, rector of
the Church of the Good Shepherd,
Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
A full schedule of work and en-
tertainment has been planned be-
ginning Friday morning and con-
tinuing through Sunday evening. A
dance and banquet are scheduled
for Saturday evening, at the U'n-
versity of Florida, Youth Center.
Present officers, who will be re-
placed at balloting during the con-
vention, are: Chairman, Martha
Bedell, Jacksonville; .vice chair- 321 Reid Avenue
man, Jean Jones, Palatka; secre-
tary Margaret West and treasurer, PRICES GOOD FEBI
Jerry Mackoul, both of Jacksonville
and reporter, Sheila Leto .of Pan-
ama City. Delegates from St. James' SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WE
Episcopal Church here will be Judy
Fensom, Bob Munn,i Bobby Ward,
W. L. Dawson, -Jerry Buchert, Bil-
ly Mazarol, Miss Phyliis Keith and
chaperone, Mrs. Paul Fensom. The
group will leave Thursday and re- R 1


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GROUND BEEF 3Ibs.$1.00

FIRM GOLDEN RIPE


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Pole Beans I.b 1c


OUR FINEST QUALITY A & P SLICED
STRAWBERRIES 2 10-oz. bxs. 39c


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trip's a smooth-
Sriding pleasure.
*RSD Suepension standard A
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Blue Chip light-duties HYDRA-MUATIC**
-potent new rivals of
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Hydra-Matic bars engine
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brakes and tires
last longer.
Hydra.-Matie optional
Sat extra cost.


17% BETTER
GAS MILEAGE
You jpt fuel use as much
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new, fast-ratio cruising
axle. And you get all
the other benefits of
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isextraa cost.


GMC Money-Makers for 57
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WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY


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NOTICE


All Home Owners

HAVE RECEIVED AN APPLICATION FOR


Homestead exemption

By mail or in person from your Tax Assessor, Sammy Patrick.

These must be signed'at the bottom with your name and

mailed to the office of your Tax Assessor before March 31,

1957 to claim your homestead exemption.


Sammy Patrick

TAX ASSESSOR, Gulf County


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THUMMtxY, ):F-SRUARY 14, 1067


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Port St. Joe, Fla.
RUARY 14, 15, 16

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1950


REGULAR OR QUICK
Aunt Jemima GRITS


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


S L P year for each teacher unit." the teachers in their rown profes-
State Group Suggests Teacher Pay The council, which is composed sional competency of instructional
of lay citizens. wa asked by Gov. personnel are of high caliber.
Minimum Be Set At $4,200 Year LeRoy Collins to makerecomen- -----
dations on how to secure and hold CLUB 22 MEETS WITH
good teachers in Florida schools. MRS. T. 0. POITEVINT
TALLAHASSEE A minimum ward the funds necessary to provide; -The council said the salary sche- Club 22 met i nthe home of Mrs.
$4,200-a-year starting salary for the salaries u pto the $4,200 mini-' dule should provide for raises to T. 0. Poitevint on Garrison Ave-
school teachers was recommended mum. $5,000 as soon as possible "with nue with Mrs. James Greer, chair-
this week by the Florida Continu- The council said the Legislatrepromise of maximums above $7,000 man, presiding over the meeting.
ing EducationCouncilshould develop a formula "for de- for teachers with advanced train- After a brief business meeting,
The recommendation is the same termin,ing the relative degree of ing and experience and who are giv- games were played and prizes were
as that made several weeks ago by county and state responsibility in ing exceptional service. won by Mrs. Poitevint,
the executive committee of the providing the recommended salary! The salary increases proposed Present were Mrs. A. D. Lawson,
Florida Education Assn., the teach- schedule." -would cost 0 million dollars a Mrs. Florazelle Connell, Mrs. C. E.
ers' organization. The FEA group had recommend- year. A.BoyerMrs. Owen, Mr Buck Griffins.
However, the council recommend- ed financing salary increases by Among the other recommenda- Mrs. A SOmith, Mrs. James Greer
ed that the counties contribute to- providing $1,100 in state funds per tions made by the council was that and Mrs. Alene Hightower.
communities organize activities .. -
which highlight "the selfless ser- It pays to advertise try it!
vice by the teachers on behalf of _______-__
A A children." Advertisine doesn't cost-It pays'
I 5 M i N G 8 L The council also suggested that vr i on your printing is a sign of quality.
Ai~ Wfl~rHIM ING11 PCB L T ,~ ______ ^ __


. let me think about it.

I SHOULD PLAN AHEAD

. everyone's thinking about a swimming pool
these days we have hundreds of inquiries
and n not enouh dealers. We sell equipment and


both Vinyl and FABULOUS FIBERGLASS pools.
HOW ABOUT COMBINING BUSINESS & PLEASURE?
Part time .Full time .. Summer time .
Winter time. There is no "season" for selling
pools these days.

IF YOU WISH to represent us, you must pur-
chase in reasonable quantities. Exclusive terri-
tory depends on amount of purchase. Single
pool orders on a non-exclusive basis. We offer
good profits and an opportunity to represent
ti)e fastest growing companies in this fastest
Showing field.
WE SUPPLY THE KNOWLEDGE. CAN YOU SELL?


For Additional Information, Contact
L, A. YATES & SONS


706


PARADISE POOL
W. Gaines St.


DISTRIBUTORS
Tallahassee, Florida


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Size 9 X 12


Thursday, Friday

and Saturday

February 14,15,16


Georgia Grade 'A' Small


3 doz


Eggs
GREEN HEAD
CABBAGE


FIRM HEAD
LETTUCE


SNOWDRIFT
SHORTENING


lb. Sc


$1.00


WITH $1.00 GROCERY ORDER OR MORE
LIGHT BREAD loaf 15c


TURNIPS, COLLARDS and MUSTARD
Head 5Sc BUSHES, No. 303 Can 2 for 19c


ROBIN HOOD
31b.can93c FLOUR


25 lb. bag $1.89


36 oz.


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If You Are An Average Family of Four. It Is
Possible Now to Get a 15.4 cu. ft. upright
AMANA Food Freezer with the Food in it, for
Only. .


$15.84 Per Week

THIS PRICE INCLUDES. .
The World Famous FAMANA FREEZER
Four Month's Supply of the Best Beef
Four Month's Supply of the Best Pork
Four Month's Supply of 'Grade 'A' Fancy Vegetables
Four Month Supply of Fruits
Four Month Supply Poultry
Four Month Supply of Cold
Cuts.
Four Month Supply of Fresh
Juices.


U


My new AMANA freez-
er came today with a
four month supply of
perishable food. Now
my super market is in
my home and the up-
right takes so little
space.


ALL CUT THE WAY YOU WANT
IT. DELIVERED, WEIGHED AND
COUNTED INTO YOUR AMANA.


The AMANA PLAN
For Better Living


Cut out higher food
costs. The price that
we sell the food for
saves enough in the
average family to pay
for the famous AMANA
freezer.


NABISCO
2for 25c CRACKERS


CDM PURE

CO F F Ib F5 -E l t'45R ec

REGISTER'S GREEN HILL LEAN MEATY
SAUSAGE lb. 39c PORK CHOPS lb. 55c
REGISTER'S LOOSE LEAN MEATY
WEINERS lb. 29c SPARE RIBS lb. 49c


McCORMICK SUPER MARKET


Highland View, Fla. Open 7:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P. M.


Highway 98


".7. ---7-7


Regularly $7.95


Sale-$5.95 Cash

Friday, Saturday and Monday Only



lModern Furniture Co.
232 Reid Ave. Phone 7-9231


CHASE and SANBORN BIG CHIEF
INSTANT COFFEE 6 oz. $1.19 Long Grain RICE


Beef Roa.~4


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SFOR THE BEST in slack value
and selections you must go
Stones'. Win the $190 grand pri
in STONES' ANNIVflR'SAiRY CO
Ample supplies allow you to buy what TEST. STONES' SHOP FOIR ME
you want, when you want it, where the store of quality and style
you want it. As dispensers of medi- popular prices.
cines, we must constantly stock, not -
only the very latest laboratory dis- FOR SALE: '52 Willys station
coveries, but also ever new amounts gon. Four wheel drive. Ideal f
coveries but also ever new amount sportsman or second car, very cle
of the pharmaceutical "regulars," in $695,00. Can be financed. 507 7th E
order to fill your prescription precisely or call BAll 7-7711. 1
and reliably. We vigorously observe
this two-fold requirement in stocking FOR RENT: Small unfurnish
pharmaceuticals, because we believe house. 1305 Long Ave. Phoi
you agree..,. you want confidence in 7-487,6. 1
your druggist.. .you want to be able FOR SALE: Nice 3-bedroom hor
to get the right prescription at the on Hunter Circle. Call 7-4681. 2
right time at the right place. FOR RENT: H se at th Bea
See Bill Carr at the St. Joe Har
~ ware Co. tfc-1-
FOR RENT: Furnished cottag
and apartments on the Beach
smiles from Port St. Joe. $45.00
Buzzett'S IMrug Store 65.00 monthly, weekly rates ava
able. See Mrs. C. E. Thompson
PHONE 7-41371 Costin's 'Cottages, Beacon Hill. T
BAll 7-5074. 8tp-12-
WANTED: Salesman, collect
Send The Star To A Friend F furniture 'experience preferred
Age 22-45. [References require
Good group hospitaliza-tion pla
Apply Danley Furniture Co., Po


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____- ____ ,~ ,Costinm HiredAs & ". A j
Telephone ,
DS GET RESULTS BAll 7-3161 County Attorney k i wl ,
2c Per Word, Minimum 50c Tuesday morning at its regular i
monthly meeting the Board hired '
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., County Repre-P
ies St. Joe. tfc-2-7 you need In your home. STOP and sentative, to serve the Board in the I
!ze FOR SALE: House on Woodward capacity of county prosecutor, and
N- Avenue and one on McClellan. Keys Made While You Wait assistant attorney for the Board.
N, FOR SALE: Home at Oak Grove. 35 EAC Thus terminated the challenge I
at E. TOM PRIDGEON -35c EACH Thu terminated the challenge i
Real Estate & Insurance BICYCLE PARTS laid down a month ago by Ben j
BAli 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. WESTERN AUTO Dickens, St. Joe attorney and an" "i. i
for FOR SALE- Lot. Size 130X140 in HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES applicant for the prosecutor posi-
an Oak Grove. Call BAll 7-3071 or Reel Parts and Repairs tion, which contended that, accord- -
St. see John McKenzie. 3tp1-31 ing to the State Constitution, Cos- J A
tip '"ADE US that useless article for tin could not serve the county in I
S"ECIAL SERVICES Aomething useful. STOP and hat capacity and still retain his
ned "WAP. seat in the Legislature.
.tc TV ANTENNAS installed, clean- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE It is not known at this writing
ed and re-wired. Phone BA 7-9921. Meetings- at Moose Hall, 310 if Dickens intends to carry the mat- 'Rv'
ne Bill Bowen, tfc6-14 Fourth St.. meeting night every other ter further. U- ,:
tp Monday. t
-O'R FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing MBoard action came on the heels
ch. service, call BILL'S PLUMBING. aAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O. of an opinion from the office of ''
r hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re~ O.F.-Meets first and third Thurs the Attorney General which speci- .
m31 aired, also. days,'7:30 p. m. In Masonic HalI.Al: fled, in effect, tha't Ctin could '
e ELECTRIC IRONS repaired. Work ebers urgedto attend; visiting serve in both capacities without .
to guaranteed. Quick dependable A. P. GILBERT, Secty. jeopardizing his seat in the State ',.: ..
i- service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave G. F. LAWRENCE, N. G. House but "that the House of Rep- .. '
at resentatives is judge'of the &ualifi- i "fO,., .... .
c KENNEDY'S ELECTRIC and RE- tHERE WILL BE a regular com- tentative is dgeofthe ualifi-
27 FRIGERATION SERVICE. LI- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge cations of its members," ,
ensed electrical contractor. All No. 111, F&AM every second and Costin had asked the Attorney ';.'* .. ,,y'.
r. service nd lectricnstallation. Phone fourth Friday night at 8:00 p.m. General: "Will your acceptance of .
ed. .-3032. c EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M. employment by the Board of County .
>d. ROY L. BUCH, Sety. Commissioners of Gulf County as '
in. F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say- All Master Masons cordially invited. County Prosecutor render you in-
)rt ing money see us for anything WILLIS V. ROWAN POST '116, eligible to serve as a member of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Wilson of Port St. Joe, announce
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet."the Flor hid seont enti -
ing first and third Monday nights the Florida House of Representa- the engagement-of their daughter, Martha Louise to Francis
800 p.m., American Legion Home support his co tension that Leonard Hughes, Jr., son of Mrs. H. A. Savage and F. L.
o u.pA. o Mo hR g uorton o c ti nth a t
SS oR. A. M.-Regular convocation of Costin could not legally serve as Hughes of Miami, Florida. The wedding will be an event of
S M.,2nd o dh4th a days. All visit- county prosecutor and retain his March 9, 1957, at 5:00 P. M,. in the Long .Avenue Baptist
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddie, seat in the State Legislature, Ben Church, Port St. Joe. All friends of the couple are invited
NM // High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. Dickens cited articles from the to attend the eddig.
H to attend the wedding
V- LEGA State Constitution and a 1918 advi- H
-LEGAL AD'/ERTISING sory opinion from the State Su-
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME preme Court. Rep. COStin Will Hold
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to. ,
Chapter 20953, Laws of Flrida. Acts of
1941, the undersigned persons intend to T re- Liere -
register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Ourse To B U T -
Gulf County, Florida. four weeks after theC
-,firstpublication of tis notice the fictitiosRepresentatine Cec il G. Co stin,
namo or tradl e nine un er whi htio, ,l On Tax Return Filing I .presentatve a. coin
engage in business and in which said busi- Jr., announced this week that he
nedy,s doing business d as Kenne lec h. would hold public hearings of pro-
and Refrigeration Serrice, Port St. j, lea. Arnest Trobaugh, Internal Rev- posed legislation during the month
4tc2-14 enue Agent of Panama City will of March.I
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME conduct three classes through the The first meeting will be held In
NOTICE is heoreb given that pursua: o local adult schooling program at Wewahitehka on March 5 at 6:30 THE STAR
WnChapter 20953, Ins of Florida, Acts of
1941, the u ,| ,rni,.,i persons intend to the Elementary School, Hubert R- p.m., S at the County Court
..; Flori, ae after chard, director of the chool a House. Other meetings will be PHONE 7-3161
first publication of this notice the ficitiiouts nolunced this week. PHONE 7
i nam or trade inate under whtic l he will bounced this week held in Port St. Joe, Highland
engage in business and in which said' busi- Trobaugh will conduct the three View and White City.
nIes s to be carried on to-wit: (- I GCrims-
ley, doing business as Gulf Coast Wrecking classes to instruct people in the All- persons interested in pro-
and Salvage Co., Box 275, Foley, Flan.
4tc2-14 making out of their income tax re- posed legislation are invited to at-
CELEBRATING GOLDEN turns. The classes will be; spread tend.
EDD AN V over a three week perid with on Senator-elect Marion B. Knight iT
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY over aclss b ee week period with e will also be present at the meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Campbell of classes will be held on Thursday __
Carrabelle, are celebrating their nights beginning February 21. The
Golden Wedding Anniversary on classes will be conducted from 8 'FISHING, HUNTING and j.
February 20 and will hold open to 10 p.m. DRIVER'S LICENSES
Color-locked chrome- house 'for their friends and rela- All classes are free and the pub- and Marriage I c.sO
tives from 3 to G p.m.. lic is invited to attend. and Marriage Licens
spun covers in 5 --------- ---- ---- Applications
Star Want Ads Get Result, GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY' MYRTLE CHILDERS .
beautiful colors pae to a e------ vertislng doesn't cosr--t payt' Office in Gulf Hardware
It pays to adv-rIe--ry it! I



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$139.95 FOR .

$10.00 DELIVERS MORE

STEP
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Aluminum 22" and 36" Wide SI ING?
VENETIAN"1

BLINDS $3.95 Well,-Don't Just
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I Metal IRONING BOARD
and Cover $8.95

7-Pc. Set Club Aluminum
Cookware $19.95

Shop 30 Foot
Light Extension
and CORD
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lo Outside Financing

FREE DELIVERY
Courteous Salesmen Al


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Do Something!


- Are you keeping it a secret-the fact that you have something to sell? Are you whis-
pering while the other fellow-the successful fellow-shouts his wares and continues to
increase business?

Let this newspaper take your sales message to virtually everyone in the Port St. Joe trade
area and at a surprisingly low cost!


A call to BAll 7-3161 will bring you a representative to aid your sales problem.
ligation, of course.

SUCCESSFUL MERCHANTS ADVERTISE IN


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