<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA



The star
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028419/01127
 Material Information
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: June 20, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:01127

Full Text










THE STAR

Port St. Joe-The OuletF Port for the Apalachicolw-Ghafttfhooehs Veally"


VOLUME XX



ETAGIN SHRDLU

by WESLEY R. RAMSEY

No doubt you have heard tim
Dr. Bob King and )r. Bill Wage
have bought a piece of Pete Miller'
cabin cruiser. Don't know if ,
bought the feeding end or the rin
ing end, but they have a portion
As luck would have it (my kind c
luck) it ne-ded repairs just as soo:
as the two doctors obtianer part
nership of the said vessel. It need
ed to go on dry dock and the m to
was heating up. The two doctor
decided to take the boat to Apa
lachicola Sunday afternoon to pu
the ailing ship on the dry dook
for repairs. They set, out up thi
canal I., .. after lunch and aboa'
six hours later pulled into White
City, Needless to say our doughty
sailors didn't go on to Apalachi
cola aIId.':.. Bill Wager said, "
just thought of something I had
to do, so put me off at White Cit)
and I'll call Bernice to come get
uteI". I 1n i reaching White City
the whole crew "had something tc
do" and abandoned ship for a fu-
ture try at Apalachicola.

We're building a barbecue pit
out in the back yard.
We've never laid a brick before
in our 30 years, but we are doing
it now. We are not gullible enough
to claim that it looks like a pro-
fessional job, but it is reasonably
(to use the term loosely), straight
and square, even without the ser-
vices of a level and square.
One thing we learned, while un-
dertaking this undertaking. We will
in the future leave brick laying to
brick layers.

We've got the darndest yard ov-
er on our end of Marvin Avensie.
During the two years that we have
lived there we have spent consider-
able time and energy trying to get
a sprig or two of grass started. In
the two years, it begins to look
like -hi,.il!:, we. ni i i .t grass.
Hut a ll, ,i.: a: has" ,. .- 1..& 'alls
for a super-sleuth or something to
figure out. We have planted, wa-
tered, 1.-rj'th..-,l. cajoled, imported
-seeds., plants and slips and spent
a back-breaking hour or two plant-
ing grass and about half of it liVes.
We have neither planted, imported,
fertilized, watered or otherwise
encouraged sandspurs to grow yet
:they are coming along faster than
we can pull them up.
One of the mysteries of life.
Maybe grass, .,..,1i .grow better
with the same lack of treatment.
------4-----
Recreation Program Under
Way For The Surnmer

The recreation program is now
in progress for all children who at-
tend elementary school or those
who will attend next year. This
program begins at S:30 each morn-
ing Monday through Friday.
Team game sports such as soft-
lhall, basketball, other large group
games and individual games will
be played. Ping-pong, horseshoes,
croquet, .,i yi ',. rings and tether
ball will be played.
The swimming program will be-
gin as soon as the class signs up.
Please bring a note from home giv-
ing permission for your participa-
tion in the swimming program.
Swimming will be for the advanc-'
ed and sthe beginning swimmer.
*------t---

Calendar of Events

June 20, Rotary, 12:15; Masons
7:30 p.m.; Little Boys Baseball
American League, 4:30 p.m. Doz-


Future Leaders In Our Community


Mrs. Roy L. Burch; Jerry Alan, 10 mos,., son of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Smith; Philip, one year, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Maxwell. Bot-
toni row, sharon Marie, two years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo
Ford; Patricia Ann, four, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Miller;
and Michael, five months, Marvin Cross.



Polio Group Names



New Slate of Officers


The Gulf County Chaptem of the
National Foundation of Infantile
Paralysis met Monday at noon in
the Motel St. Joe Dining Room to
select new officers and lay plans
for the coming year.
Uppermost in discussion topics
was tentative plans d-..us'-,edl for
the inoculation of all adults be-
tween the 'ages of 20 and 40 years
of age in Gulf county Dim us-jouu
was held on a l,tui.p-atii by the
labor unions of Port 't Joe which
some time back.offered.io buy vac-
cine to give shots to ilEe adults utf
the county free of ch. 'ge; At the
Lime of the' .I' Inal proposition,
there was no vaccine available. At
the present time there is vaccine
available and the Chapter decided
to resume talks with the labor un-
ions on the matter.
Mrs. Gay Dein, state representa-
tive of the National Foundation
met with the chapter and gave her
views on the adult innoculation sub-
ject. Mrs. Dein said that statistics
show that one out of every four
polio patients are adults and 'he
percentage of polio in the respira-
tory tract in adults runs even high-
er'. It has been generally acknow-
ledged that men in this age group
should have the polio shots regard-
ies.s, since in most cases he is the
breadwinner of a family.
'Present at the meeting Monday
were J. A. Mira, Mrs. C. G. Costin,
Sr., Mrs. Robert Tapper, Mrs. J. C.
Culpepper, Otis Pyle, Gordon Hall-
mark, Dr.- Wayne Hendrix, Mrs.
John Fortner and Wesley R. Ram-
sey.


Meeting To Discuss Home
Demonstration Agent Needs

The question has arisen, do the
people of Gulf County really want
to have a County Home Demon-
stration program.
Everyone interested in having
this program should meet Miss
Joyce Bevis, District Home Dem-
onstration Agent for 'Northwest
Florida at the Gulf County Court
House Friday, June 21, 1:30 p.m.,
CST to discuss the question.
ATTENDING GIRLS STATE
ATTENDING GIRLS STATE


ers, -Hardstars. National League, Elaine Musselwhite, a student
8:00 p.m. Rotary, Krafties. nurse at the Municipal Hospital, is
June 21, Odd Fellows 7:30 p.1u. attending Girl's State this week.
-Little Boys Baseball. American This is sponsored by the A.ierican
League, 4:30 p.m., Sockeys, Boxers. Legion.
'National League, 8:00 p.m. Kiwanis ----_-------_
Ford-Pontiac. Convalescing At Home
June 22, Golden Harvest drawing Tony -Maige, son of Mr. and
at .Costin's Department Store at Mrs. Henry Maige is convalescing
3:30 p.m., Jackpot $310.00. at home following an operation at
June 23, Go to the church of-your the local hospital.
choice. -----------
June 24, Boy Scouts," 8:00 p.m. Suffers Heart Attack
WSCS 3:00 p.m., Royal Arch. Ma- Rev. Gardner Underhill, rector
sons, 8:00 p.m. Little Boys Base- of St. James' Episcopal Church, is
ball. American League, 4:30 p.m. a patient in the local hospital, fol-
Sockeys, Dozers. National League lowing a heart attack Sunday night.
,8:00 p.m. Kiwanis, Kratties. -
June 25, Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m. Drakes Visiting
Methodist Men's Fellowship. Little Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Drake of
Boys -Baseball, American League, Rome, Ga., are in town this week
4:30 p.m. Hardstars, Boxers. Na- visiting with friends. Mr. Drake
tional League, 8:00 p.m. Ford-Pon- was postmaster here in Port St.
tlac, Rotary, Joe for a number of years,


The new executive committee
for the coming year was selected
as follows: Mrs. Joe Christian, Otis
Pyle, Mrs. J. C. Culpepper, Joe
Mira, Mrs. John Fortner, Mrs. Rob-
ert Tapper, Pat Shannon, Mrs. C.
G. Costin, Sr., and Silas R. Stone.
Officers selected were as follows:
Chairman, Joe .MAli-; Vice-Ohair-


man, Mrs.
tary, Mrs.


Robert Tapper; Secre-
John Fortner; Treasur-


er, Mrs. J. C. Culpepper; Womens
Committee Chairman, Mrs. Joe
Christian; Education Representas-
tive, Leroy liuwdumi; Publicity
Representative, Wesley R. Ramsey;
March of Dimes Chairmau, Gord,.n
,Hallmark; Vaccine Chairman,- Mrs.
Joe Christian.
Gordon Hallmark was presented
an award for meritorious service
for his work in this year's March
of Dimes in which over $1,300.00
was collected.



IGA Foodliner

Opens Today

The new IGA Foodliner will open
for business this morning at 8:30
a.m. At this time ceremonies will
be held with Rev. C. Byron Smith
giving the invocation. Mayor J. L.
Sharit will give a short address and
cut the ribbon to the store doors.
J. B. Higdon, wholesale jobber for
,the IGA chain will also give a short
address. The whole ceremony will
be broadcast over station WJO'E.
The doors of the new Foodliner
will be open for business about
9:45 a.m.
The new Foodliner is under the
same ownership as the present IGA
Super Market on Reid Avenue. The
old store has been moved to its
new quarters on Monument Avenue
next to the First Baptist Church.
Owners of the store are John V.


More Funds For

Health Clinics


Word was received yesterday
morning from the Florida De-
velopment Commission that the
'Yederal Government has approv-
ed additional funds for the Gulf
County Health Units to be con-
structed by Federal and County
funds.
Upon receiving bids three
weeks ago It was learned that
the lowest bid was some $20,000
more than the combined Federal
and County funds. It was neces-
sary n to re-apply for more
funds to do the job.
Upon learning that the Feder-
al Government had approved the
additional funds, Clerk of Circuit
Court, George Y. Core immediate-
ly left for Tallahassee to sign
contracts for the construction of
the two units- e
Contracts for construction of
the Health Centers.were award-
ed to J. L. Lark of Panama City
for the sum of $49,278.00 for the
center 'at Port St. Joe and $45,-
000.00 for the Center at Wewa-
hitchka. The contract calls for
the completion of the two units
in 120 calendar days.


Talk




Domi



,Highland

'Kills Incorpi

The citizens of I
voted "thumbs down
an incorporated mt
past Tuesday in a ri
ition held in that co
The question was
vote of 152 to 105 w
Ito vote. The large ti
for the fact that thE
much interest for t
Highland View, and
jority tells the store
vided sentiment tov
action is in that coi
The community w
charter that would
mission and mayor
sewer, water and pol
stalled. The propose
vilded fnr aon.e rm


NUMBER 34


of More Industry Still




iates Chamber Report



fiew 75 Attend Quarterly Report Dinner;

oration All Committees Report Progress


Highland View
n" on becoming
unicipality this
referendum elec-
mmunity.
defeated by a
vith 280 eligible
urn-out vouches
e question held
he residents of
the short ma-
y of. evenly di-
wards incorpor-
nmmunity.
'as voting on a
allow a com-
to be elected,
lice services in-
ed charter pro-


Seventy-five people attended the
quarterly dinner meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce at the Cen-
tennial Building Monday. A menu
of barbecued chicken, baked beans,
cole slaw and the trimmings were
served the guests and members
present.
As usual with these quarterly
meetings, the period was given
over to committee heads for the
making of their reports. First on
the agenda was the public commit-


tee with Martin Begley reporting.
Begley reported that the commit-
tee had been mailing out informa-
tion in answer to requests regular-
ly. He urged that members of the
Chamber send brochures prepared
by the Chamber to acquaintances


Map Gives Location of Rod and Gun Lodge Property


PROPERTY OF.;'LF COUNTY
ROD AND GUN, CiLUB"
LOCATED ItN SUC 35" T.5 R-..W.


iI*^ SEC.34 SEC3S- T.S. R.-Y

Pictured above is the location of hunting areas. chorage area for small boats. Ac-
the property recently purchased by The property shown has an un- cess to the property will be over a
the Gulf County Rod and Gun Club usually large area fronting directly short roadway, as shown, adjoin-
on the Chipola River. The property on the river and was selected for ing the present county road into
as illustrated is just down stream the convenience and recreation for. Lister's Landing.
from Lister's Landing on the Chi- all of the members in all parts of Anyone desiring information per-
pola River and about two miles fur- the county. training to club membership, this
their down stream is the Apalachi- Not shown but present is a small information may be received by
cola River and this location gives slough on the property that will' contacting either a present officer
access to all the better fishing and make an excellent landing and an- of the club or officers elect.


First Baptist Bible Boat Club Lists Prizes To Be Given
School Is Success Away In First Annual Fishing Rodeo

With an enrollment of 171 and an
average attendance of 132, this
year was one of the largest and ENJOY BEACH PARTY The St. Joe Boat Club
y Enjoying a house party at the Rodeo is getting in full swi
best prepared Bible schools in St. Joe Beach ,this past week end with fish coming in at a
the history of the First Baptist I were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsey, their rate and larger in size. T


Westmoreland and Roy Woods. Church, according to the pastor,
-The two now own three stores: the Rev. C. Byron Smith. Rev. Smith
one here in Port .St. Joe, one in said, "We are grateful for every-
Ohattahoochee, one in Monticello one's support and most of all to
and are planning to begin construe- the parents that helped 'their chil-
tion of a fourth in Marianna. dren to attend."
The new store is of concrete The Bible School will close. June
block and steel construction. It is 21 with a picnic at the park and
60' by 1'20' The store has a free a commencement exercise Friday
parking lot that will accommodate evening, June 21 at 7:30 at the
210 automobiles. The building is First Baptist Church. The Bible
modern throughout and air- condi- School has carried out in full, the
tioned. New fixtures and refrigera- new plan for Vacation Bible
tion equipment are featured in the Schools.
super market. The new plans, consisting of a
The owners of the Foodliner in- 10 day school, three hours daily, a
vite everyone in Port St Joe to concentrated study, was given to
visit them this week end and in- Bible study, missionary periods,
spect their new store and 'a spec- character studies, singing and art-
ial invitation is given for visitors craft activities. Along with the Bi-
to inspect all cooler facilities first ble School activities of the day the
hand. children had a play period and re-
Manager of the Foodliner is Jim- freshments. Deep appreciation goes
my Allen, formerly of Macon, Ga., -to the following for the very suc-
where he was with Colonial Stores. cessful Bible School: Rev. Byron
Produce manager is Ernest Mills, Smith, principal; Misses Rosemary
also formerly of Macon and a for- Tomlinson, pianist and Celia Tom-
mer Colonial .Stores employee. The linson song leader; nursery, Mrs.
market manager is Marvin Land Blake Thom-ason, Mrs. Emory Ste-
of Port St. Joe who has had over phens, Mrs. Roy Crews, Mrs. Roy
20 years .experience in meat cutting Burch; beginner dept., Mrs. Harry
many of them spent with the A & P Dowden, Mrs. W. J. Hering, Mrs.
chain, Marian Mercer, Mrs. Carlton Pad-


daughter Miss Lynn Ramsey and
her room mate and friends of Em-
ory University; Miss Ann Ward of
Granteville, S. C.; Miss Jo Ann
Morgan, Summerville, Ga., Miss
Ann Tyler of Plainfield, N. J. and
Miss Barbara Christman of Orlan-
do; Paul Edwin and Donald, stu-
dents of Florida State University
and son of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey.

Spehds Thursday Here
- Buddy Lanier of Sneads spent


Fishing
Iug now
faster
he con-


test has now produced a king ma-
ckerel weighing over 13 pounds and
one bass weighing over 2% pounds.
The time is running out, with
only 10 days to go before the con-
test closes on June 30. Rodeo of-
ficials urge that you bring in your
fish to be weighed and become
eligible to receive one of the 40
prizes that will be given away on
July 4.
The Boat Club wishes to thank
the merchants listed below for their


Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. splendid reception, cooperation,
Charles Lanier of Sixth Street. and generosity in giving the nice
gifts to help make the Club's first
gett; Primary Dept., Mrs. L. W. annual Fishing Rodeo a grand suc-
Cox, Mrs. Cliff Ellis, Mrs. Robert cess.
Baxley, Mrs. George Padgett, J St. Joe Hardware, two trophies;


Mrs. Anne


Whittle and Mrs.


St. Joe Furniture and Appliance


Bill Fleming: Junior Dept., Mrs. Co., thermos jug; Roche's Appli-
Emory Robertson, Mrs. Clar- ance Co., two straight chairs; Ful.
ence Pridgeon, Mrs. Charles Gill, ler's Supply Co., thermos jug; Ken-
Mrs. T. J. Ward, Mrs. H. F. Ayers, nedy's Appliance Co., GE automa-
Miss Delores Chism, Mrs. Kathryn tie iron; Quality Market, $5.00
Elliott, Miss Vivian Stephens, Mrs. trade certificate; Thursbay Chev-
.Clifford Carter: Intermedigte Dept. rolet Co., spotlight; Joe's Auto Re-
Mrs. Byron Smith, Mrs. S. Anchors, pair, minor tuneup job on auto;
Mrs. Frank Pate, Mrs. Richard Stone's Shop for Men, pair dress
Saunders, Mrs. L. R. Holliday. Re- trousers; Danley Furniture Co.,
hreshment committee, Mrs. Roy IS- camp cot and chair; Thames Jew-
win, Mrs. Clifford Tharpe and MArs. elry Co., gold filled wrist watch
L, Byrd. ] (Continued oil Page 4)


iPt other states.
Harry Saunders reported on the
Industrial Development 'Committee
activities. He reported that a con-
cern had been making inquiries on
the Port St. Joe area. Saunders re-
ported that the concern was inter-
ested in taking minerals out. of the
sea water. He reported that his
committee had spent considerable
time with representatives of the
firm and had given them all the
information they requested. He also
reported that the committee was
working with an agency that de-
sired to use the local port for ship-
ping cargo.
Dr. R. E. King reported for the
Water and Sewer committee. He
reported that the committee had
studied the water and sewer sit-
uation in the city and found that
the city had lost money in the op-
eration in 1966. He added that most
of the loss was brought about by
Jhe fact that the city was forced
to move the main sewer line lead-
ing to the disposal plant which ran
under the overpass which is now
under construction. The committee
recommended that the city and the
St. Joe Paper Company re-nego-
tiate the price the city must pay
for raw water to try and overcome
some of the expense.
Herbert Brown reported for the
Port Development Committee. He
reported that Harry Saunders, Si-
las R. Stone and George Tapper
had appeared before the National
Congress of Harbors and' Rivers
Development seeking improvements
ior the local harbor. A move is
underway to increase the channel
lepth from 32 feet to 37 feet.
Dick Lamberson reported for the
Retail Merchants Division. He re-
ported that the recent Dollar Day
sale put on by the merchants was
a success and talked of the success
ful Golden Harvest promotion now
underway. He said the merchants
were now working on another city-
wide sale for this year; bringing
Santa Claus to Port St. Joe and a
good relations program.
Sarah Logan Kenney reported for
the advertising committee and stat-
ed that Chamber of Commerce
signs had been painted and would
be erected in the near future.
President Silas R. Stone report-
ed that the repaving of Long Ave-
nue would begin on June 27. He
also said that steps were being ta-
ken to begin the St. Joe Boat Club
landing for larger boats In the
canal was due to begin any day.
Durel Brigmami and Ed Ramsey
had charge of the entertainment
and the groceries.



H. C. Jones, 52,

Taken By Death

Hilry Clay Jones, 52, died at his
home following, a lengthy illness
Sunday night at midnight. He was
a resident of Highland View.
Survivors include his wife, Myr-
tle; four sons, Troy, James, Leroy
and William Jones of Port St. Joe;
one daughter, Mrs. Rue Patton of
Houston, Texas; two sisters, Mrs.
Kathleen Alford, Ocala and Mrs.
Bessie Turner of Del Rio, Texas.
One brother, H. H. Jones of Talla-
hassee.
Funeral services were held at
1:00 p.m. Monday at the Assembly
of God Church In Highland View
with Rev. T. C. Earnest officiating.
Interment was in Woodland Oem-
etery in Havana.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.

Spend Week Here
Mrs. James Van Horn and daugh-
ters Juaine and Rosemary and Mrs.
Van Horn's sister, Miss Jean Wine
of Richmond, Va., left Sunday af-
ter spending a week here as guests
of Mrs. Van Horn's sister-in-law
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs,
B. H. Munn on Hunter Circle.


Single Copy so -ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1957


1 Y-u a vlo nn, jrver- rax. ., u-
























































Comerford-Sewell Engagement Told;

Wedding Is Set For Friday, June 21

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Comerford The wedding will be an event o
wish to announce the engagement June 21, at 7:00 p.m. at the Lon
and approaching marriage of their Avenue Baptist Church. All friend
daughter, Angelina to William Earl
Sewell, son of Mrs. John H. Sew- and relatives of the couple are i
ell of Altha. vited to attend.


The Management of the Port Theatre

takes pleasure in announcing the scheduling of a special
children's series beginning Friday morning at 10:00 a.m.
This is a series of 12 shows to play every Friday morning
beginning Friday, June 21.


ADMISSIONS:

Children 25c Adults 50c


We like fIast home delivery

It's fun and so convenient to wake up
every moriiing to find your milk,
butter, cottage cheese, and cream,
(whatever dairy products you order) right
at your door! And our high standards
assure you wholesome goodness always!


Guilford-s Dairy


Phone 7-2513


Sharman-Stevens

Vows Exchanged

Jo Ann Sliarimai daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Sharman of
Tallahassee and Monk Stevens,
son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Stevens
of Franklin, New Jersey were
united in marriage on June 1, at
S:30 p.m. in Cairo, Georgia. The
bride chose for the occasion a
white street length dress with baby
'blue stripes with which she wore
matching accessories and corsage.
Those attending the ceremony
were: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sum-
nors and ,Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sum-
nors of Tallahassee, and Mr. and
Mrs. Don Ulsh and Fred Grover
of Jacksonville.
The bride, a graduate of Florida
High School, of Tallahassee, at-
tended Lively Tech School in Tal-
lahassee for 18 weeks. She was em-
ployed as a private secretary to
the Royal Sandwich Company of
Tallahassee. Monk, a graduate of
Franklin High School in New Jer-
sey served two years with the Unit-
ed States Navy. He pitched pro-
fessional ball for several different
clubs during the years of 194'8-1954
and is now playing with the St.
Joe Saints. He is employed with
the St. Joe Paper Co. Mr. and Mrs.
Stevens are now at home to their
friends at the Jones' Apartments
on Monument Avenue.

MARIETTA CHAFIN TO
TEACH CHURCH MUSIC
Miss Marietta Chafin completed
her sophomore year at Judson Col-
lege and returned home May 27 to
spend a week with ho. parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chafin. before
going to Ridgecrest Baptist -As-
sembly, Ridgecrest, North Caro-
of lisa for the Baptist Student Re-
.g treat.


as
n-


Port St. Joe, Fla.


Your SEALTEST Distributor


RiniMW


She returned home from North
Carolina last Thursday and left
again Saturday for Montgomery,
Ala., where she received her in-
structions for work with the Ala-
barn aMusic Dept. She left Mont-
gomery, Saturday afternoon for
Moulton, Alabama where she will
begin work. She will spend a week
in each of the ten churches teach-
ing church music.

Visit In Apalachicola
Mr. and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett
and children Rex, Bernie and Bar-
bara were visitors Sunday In Apa-
lachicola with Mrs. Buzzett's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wither-
spoon and Mr. Buzzett's father,
William D. Buzzett.



W$S

WALL ELECTRK

COMPANY

FOR EXPE T

Electrical Repairs
end

Cuntracting
DIAL BA 7-4331


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 DIATRON
you still enjoy your meals, still eat
the foods you like but you simply
don't have the urge for extra por-
tions 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, kid-
neys. So no matter what you have
tried before, get DIATRON and
prove to yourself what it can do.
DIATRON is sold on this .GUARAN-
TEE: You must lose weight with
the first package you use or he
package costs you nothing. Just re-
turn the bottle to your druggist and
get your money back. DIATRON
costs $3.00 and is sold with this
strict money back guarantee by:
SMITH'S PHARMACY
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Mail Orders Filled


THE NEIGHBORS' .CHILDREN
M RS. GEORGE CALVERT once
moved to a new home in the
outskirts of Denver, Colorado It
was a new development and the
gardens and lawns were a de-
light to the eye. Hers should be no
exception! BUT-
When she installed a rustic sum-
merhouse, she had not counted on
a dozen or so children in the neigh-
borhood, mostly on the alert and
active side
Day after day, as she watched
the tiny blades of grass come
through the soil. she had to "shoo
away" those children. She first
explained to thorn politely that she
couldn't allou them to trample
her grounds or sit in the summer-
house where on the outside ten-
drils were doing their best to get
a start They were all nice chil-
dren, apparently being brought up
well. except. in Mrs Calvert's
e: es, from the point of view of a
near neighbor Ages two to six
would seem to have poor memo-
ries So she repeated her admoni-
,Uin i many times For maybe
twcnty-f)ur hours ier yard would
he ui.i:occ;,ied b.Y the youthful


U.


U
U
U
A
A
U


horde And then-!
One day. noting a decided path
to the summerhouse across what
should have been green lawn, her
nerves gave way, and so did she-
to an outburst of temper. The chil-
dren became frightened and ran.
The next day when they saw her
on the street, they again looked.
frightened-and ran. An ogre in
the community She didn't want
to start her life in a new neighbor-
hood with that reputation!
That afternoon she walked into
their midst and invited them to go
to the village for an ice cream
cone. followed by lollypops. She
told them that when the grass and
flowers had grown in her garden,
she was going to have a party for
them.
Well! What a change in those
youngsters: they competed for
her hand on the way home, and
since that day when they want to
sit in her summerhouse they ask
permission But best of all, when
hei own baby was old enough to
be among them. they ware kind to
him. not always the case amon":
older cbilcie.n when younger ones
come among them.


Wesleyan Service Guild Benton Hamms Named

Has Dinner Meeting News-Herald Scribes


A combined dinner meeting and
installation service ,attended by 18
members of the First Methodist
Wesleyan Service Guild on June 13,
marked the beginning of a new
year of Guild activities. Following
a chicken supper in the social aail
of the church, Mrs. Neva Croxfon,
WS'CS president, installed the new
officers in an impressive candle-
light service.
New officers for the 1957-58 termn
are: President, Mrs. Jean Lamber.
son, vice president and program
chairman; Mrs. Jeanie Cox, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Louise Thomp-
son, secretary of promotion; Mrs.
Elizabeth Tomlinson, treasurer;
Mrs. Frances Glaze, coordinator;
Mrs. Joan Wise, committee chair-
men:
Spiritual life, Mrs. Judith Par-
ker; missionary education and ser-
vice, Mrs. Sue Roberts; christian
social relations, Mrs. Marguerite
Scheffer; supply work, Mrs. R. F.
Scheffer; membership, Mrs. Verna
Smith; publicity, Mrs. Joan Wise;
literature and publications, Mrs.
Flo Mellon; status of women, Mrs.
Myrtle Childers; finance, Mrs. Dor-
is Whealton- and Mrs. Frances
Glaze; local church activities, Mrs.
Betty Hawkins.

WSCS MEETS AT CHURCH
FOR PROGRAM MEETING
The regular program meeting of
the Woman's Society of Christian
Service was held at the Church,
June 17 with Circle No. 2 in charge
of the program.
The meeting was opened by the
president, Mrs. G. S. Croxton. It
was then turned over to Mrs. Char-
les Brown, program chairman. Fol-
lowing the opening song, "Missions"
Ms. Ola Ogburn gave the scripture
taken from Isaiah 61:1-3. The
Lord's Prayer was repeated in uni-
son. Special prayer was led- by
Mrs. Ivey Williams.
lM8rs. Charles Brown who pre-
sented the program, "A Light Unto
Our Paths", introduced- the three
speakers.
Mrs. J, C. Laney spoke as a
WS'CS representative of the Philip-
pines as to their accomplishments.
Mrs. Joe Grimsley portrayed a
WSOS representative of Okinawa,
telling of the Christian work being
done there and Mrs. Rawls told
of the work of deaconesses and
volunteers in th ePhilippines.
Mrs. Charles Brown closed with
prayer and 'he hymn "Blest Be The
Tie" was sung while members
joined hands.
Following the program Mrs.
Croxton conducted a business meet-
ing after which the meeting closed
with the society benediction.
The circles will meet June 24 as
follows; Circle 1 Mrs. Charles
Brown; Circle 2, Mrs. Williston
Chason; Circle 3 Mrs. Roy Gibson;-
Sr.; Circle 4 will be announced
later.


Benton and Dorothy -Hamm of
1610 Long Ave., have recently ac-
cepted positions with the Panama
City News and Herald as corres
pondence editors for the Port St
Joe area. Benton is -in charge of
sports and general news and Dot
is in charge of personals and so-
ciety news. They can be contacted
at BA 7-9876. Any news concerning
activities of the church. school
clubs and other organizations of
interest to the people of St. Joe
and surrounding area.
It takes about three days from
the time the news leaves St. Joe
until it is published in the paper
so any news must reach us at least
four days before the events hap-
pen in order to be published in
time. The Hamms said, "We feel
we can help Port St. Joe in many
ways if the citizens will help us
by calling in any news of interest."

MRS. HENDERSON HOSTESS
TO BAPTIST CIRCLE THREE
Mrs. R. W. Henderson was host-
ess to members of Circle 3 of the
First Baptist Woman's Missionary
Union, Monday afternoon in her
home on Eighth Street.
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry gave the
devotional taken from First Tim-
othy- 4 and 8. Mrs, Henderson pre-
sented "They Failed Her and
God" and Mrs. E. H. Van Landing-
ham presented, "Now Is The Only
Time", followed with a prayer giv-
en by Mrs. Perry Elliott.
(During the business, Mrs. Daugh-
try turned in 36 coupons as chair-
man of that committee. Other re-
ports were given by committee
chairmen.
The hostess served sandwiches,
cookies and cokes to those pres-
ent.

ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest in Charge
First Sunday after Trinity.
7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Ho-
ly Communion (visiting priest in
charge). 9:45 a.m. Church school.
11:00 a.m. morning prayer and ser-
mon. 7:,30 p.m. Evening prayer and
meeting of the Episcopal Young
Churchmen.


Phone 7-3161


Sa





i BY JOHN and JANE STRICKLAND


WITH DINNER PAH","
Mrs, Sarah Logan Kenney and
her daughter Mrs. Benney Roberts
were hostesses Saturday to a buf-
fet luncheon feting the house guests
of Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey, in their
new home on Garrison Avenue.
Elonored were Miss Ann Ward,
Miss Jo Ann Morgan, Miss Ann Ty-
ler and Miss Barbara Christman
' and Miss Patsy Hayes, house guest
,of Miss Bobby Porter.
Other invited guests were Mrs.
Richard Porter, Miss Bobby Por-
ter, Mrs. Billy Quarles and Mrs.
Ed Ramsey.


Fl9 ,f,~.-on, IAArURDAY
ONE SHOWING OF EACH
PICTURE
- FEATURE No. I -


-----.------4-
Guests of Bobby Porter
Miss Patsy Hayes of Apalachi-
cola has been the house guest of
Miss Bobby Porter.


OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.M.
SATURDAY, 12:45 P.M.

THURSDAY FRIDAY
"'ROCK ALL NIGHT'
AND

'DRAG STRIP GIRL'


Starts FRIDAY, JUNE 21


FOR THIS ATTRACTION ONLY
Admission:
Adults 50c Children 25c


SATURDAY ONLY

DOUBLE FEATURE


THE TOUGHEST
f IMAN ALIVE
., E CLARKK...,,.-
THE Wrft COLOfA.

IKAKED HILLS




SUNDAY, MONDAY






'The Piclure
that ran

BP ro wayd !



.y H MA"M i.;]iIrI P,-i-nf

WOKAHOM
K CINEMIASCOPE
S Color by TECHNICOLOR
GORDON MacRAE GLORIA RAHAME/
I SHIRLEY JONES GENE NELSON I
A 20,. CAA X W A


TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY

BWD BACK -
JTHE NIGHT M R




John PAYNE Mona FREEMAN
AH AIUEA ARTIMSt LACVat


HK I .l
FEATURE No. 2 -i

- FEATURE No. 2


Play Hollywood
Every Tuesday


Wednesday & Thursday








l-- lAhI.Uafi 1
uWN TEIv A D'aT NAtP M$cTuRs


OPEN SUNDAY, 5:45 P.M.
OPEN 5:30 p.m.-SHOW AT 7:00


I


=


THE TRUESTORY-op,
AMES -




PIC V EVERY6OFJ, aVYI 1 r'C4.>Y : "'QCI.A


#YOlnYO WY Wi A! P Pi&' wi-5


'I:


too

0


0t

|I



a-.

B Armour's No. 10
inr


COOKING

I OIL


Fresh Blackeyed


PBJHI
Bar--1"
81-
ES^^firaBI
^^l^aB
EL
^ffl^


39


r~


"k


c. -.- .-
AM. I M'--, I l
elons 49c&Up
Young Tender Lb. Fresh 3 Ears




Carton Fresh Ripe 3 FOR
-,-.... .. .-.:.. _-JS_... ,, .. ... ...,.;. .,,. ,,.,..fl,... .. A ,ffi-... .. : 0._ .U ":-


White or CGlored LB.


0
a

11C


Fresh Georgia LB.
Fresh Georgia LB. 55


k p


IRobin Hood 10 Lbs.

FLOUR

Grade 'A' Shipped Small
aEG G


Marigold 2 Lbs.

OLEO


3


*~~> cz-.CiA'


With $5.00 Grocery Order


4doz


Grade "A" Georgia -- Whole 2 21 Lb. Avg. (Limit 3) -


a1


~: ',....:


Stockton 12 Oz.


CATSUP2C
Velda Half Gallon


1ICE REAI11
g Giant Size

TIDE
Sif'a


2 FOR


Bordens


Each


BIISCUITS
Mnn.
B1u 1fl S


Whole Sun Frozen 6 Oz. Can

Orange Ju.
McKenzie Frozen

Strawberries


Smoked Tenderized
P S


35c


T-BONE & SIRLOIN lb 69c
Palm Valley
FRA 39c


5 Cans


-I


-4


Seminole


49C
Quantity Rights Reserved
By Piggly Wiggly


MOVM AIM d IV -SUAVS S: AGI gOSAaVMI


A190IM A105id IV ;3AWS AOOg 2fAi e i A709Im 1AlOd WV SNAV$ ACOSA21A3I


EACH
69c


t JRm,
.1 Rm
.1 -Wlj
Al


BUTTE.7.,

B A N


Georgia


1


Adb :
CrIp 4
VE6M NO
401


Yai


rd


m a
Ic


















Thurs., Fri. and Sat. .

Double Portion Save-Mor .
Coupons This Week End
Ga. Grade A 2 to 2/4 lb. avg.
FRYERS R

Each 69c
Sugar Creek 4 to 6 lb. avg.
PICNIC HAMS

Lb. 33c
SELECT
BEEF LIVER

Lb. 37c
U. S. GOOD
RIB STEAK

Lb. 49c


Just Ask Any of Our
Customers About Our
Meats

Black Eyed
PEAS

3 lbs. 19c
White or Speckled
Butter Beans

2 Ibs. 25c
Local
FIELD CORN

3 ears 17c
SESSIONS
PEANUT OIL
No. 10 $1.35
With $5.00 Grocery Order
46 Oz. Sun Sip
Orange Juice

46 oz. 25c
No. 2/2 Jar Sunshine
Spiced Peaches

37c
SUPREME (Shamrock)
ICE CREAM

2 pints 35c


MIL K

3 cans 39c
We Give Save-Mor
Coupons
For Valuable ,Premiums
Double Portion This
Week End
TWIN PET
DOG FOOD

3 for 25c


Quantity Rights
Reserved


Ask For Golden Harvest
Coupons For Drawing
Saturday


QUALITY


MARKET
Corner Williams & Third


PRICES
RIGHT


CLERKS
POLITE


Herbert Cumble.
Mr. and Mrs. Hosie Barfield and
Mr. and Muns. Gene Adkins and
Peavy Miems attended the funeral
of their grandfather, Frank AN11ms
of Geneva, Ala., Friday.
Clinton Cox and son, Jimmy vis-
ited in Sopchoppy over the week
end with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Clarence Whitfield left Fri-
day to visit her mother in Rockport
Texas, Mrs. Fannie Townsend and
also visit he rson and family in
Houston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. War-
ren Whitfield and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sapp of Pana-
ma City visited Mr. and Mrs. Ha-
bert Cumbie Sunday.
Mrs. M. C. Wood is in the Muni-
cipal Hospital. All her friends hope
her a speedy recovery.
We are glad to welcome Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Mann to Highland View.
Mr. and Mrs. Mann came here from
Tallahassee and are living in the
Weeks apartment.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Coleman of
Chattahoochee visited Mrs. W. P.
Coleman over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skipper and
Mrs. W. V. Skipper and daughter
Glenda spent the week end in Ver-
non at the Skipper home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Skipper and
sons, Ronnie, Devon and Allen are
spending the week with Mr. and
-Mrs. G. W. Skipper and Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Burke.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Coxwell and
children Jean, Boncille, Reynolds
and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Coxwell
of Jacksonville spent last week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Story
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Cornwell of
Orange iBeach, Ala., spent last
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
loughby Whitfield.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks visit-
ed in Panama City last Sunday.
.Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Dobbs of
Albany, Ga., visited with Mrs. W.
P. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Dobbs and Mrs. D. W. Zorn over


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
PHONE BAIl 7-4652
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Revell adn
children Joyce and Jerry visited
over the week end in Eufal'a, Ala.,


with Rev. and Mrs. Douglas New-
some and also points in Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Burke and
son Gib of Rome, Ga., are visit-
ing their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Kelly.
Mrs. David Hinote and daughter
Alice of Macon, Ga., spent Satur-
day with her brother, Mr. and Mrs.


a

sure

sign


for dependable


T!1 SERVICE
This sign identifies our TV service shop-it's your
sign of prompt, dependable, top-quality TV service
with genuine RCA Silverama Picture Tubes and
RCA Receiving Tubes.
Your. complete satisfaction is the cornerstone of
our success. That's why every television set we
repair is handled by a skilled, competent tech-
nician using reliable test equipment. And that's why
we use only the finest replacement tubes that money
can buy-RCA Tubes.
No matter what make of set you own, call us for
TV service you can depend on.


SMITH'S

RADIO and TELEVISION SERVICE
Port St. Joe


I TWA
When you or your loved ones
are Ill you select a physician
that is college trained with
experience. Select your Phar-
macist on the same basis and
bring your prescriptions to or
have your Physician phone .
Smith's Pharmacy
Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmacist
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist


the week end.
Miss Mavis Butts motored to
Pensacola Tuesday. While there
.he was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Pyritz on Wednesday she
took her pre-nursing registration
test at Sacred Heart Hospital.
The Highland View Baptist WMU
met at the church Monday evening.
The Royal Service devotion was
by Mrs. Archie Richter, taken from
Luke 15:19. The group sang a song,
"There Is A Fountain". Prayer was
led by Mrs. Edna Floyd. Mrs. Ruth
Harbuck acted as program chair-
man. Those on the program were
Mrs. Roney, Mrs, L. F. Adams, Mrs.
Clinton Peterson, Mrs. Lee Watts,
Mrs. Ralph Macomber. There were
10 present. The meeting was dis-
missed with prayer by Mrs. Archie
Richter.
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the Highland View
Methodist Church met Monday
night at 8:00 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. W. C. Forehand. The program
was given by the spiritual life
chairman, Mrs. Marjorie Cumbie,
entitled, "A Light Unto Our Path".
The scripture was taken from Acts
1:1-8 followed with prayer by Mrs.
A. B3. Pratt. Following the program
the annual pledge service was held
by the members. The election of
new officers was held. They are as
follows: president, Mrs. A. B. P.ratt,'
sec.-treas., Mrs. W. C. Forehand;
spiritual life chairman, Mrs. Mar-
jorie Cumbie. The meeting was
closed with a friendship circle and
,the praying of the Lord's Prayer,
led by Mrs. W. H. Weeks.


g .'r


THE AtA OPart 4t, Ap.oJ, FIA. THURSDAYY, JUNA RO, 19


- ~~"-*5lrpc~e~ls~


NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By JUANITA NORRIS

Mrs. James Broome of Panama
City spent the week end visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hansel Norris and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris mo-
tored to Panama City Monday on
business.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskings
and daughter, Peggy, motored to
Valdosta, Georgia, Saturday on
business.
Mrs. Boncile Linebarger motored
to Panama City with Mr. and Mrs.
Allen H. Norris Monday on busi-
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. Willys Lipford and
children of Marianna were the
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Cleveland Hall.
Miss Juanita Norris spent a few
days in Panama ;City visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. James Broome.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Maddox re-
turned home Thursday after spend-
ing a few days in Marianna visiting
with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Cleveland Hall spent a few
days in Marianna visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mrs. Dorothy Levins and daugh-


ter, Regina, spent a few days It
Bonifay 'itin' with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deese and
children Bett yand L. C. are spend-
ing a few days in Panama City
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Deese and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Norris and
children and Mrs. Stella Norris and
daughter Juanita, motored to Pan,
ama City Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gwaltney
and children visited in Miami with
Gerald and Fuzzy Strong and visit-
ed in Tampa with Luke Gay and
they went sight-seeing in the Flor-
ida keys.
Billy Lee of Maxfield, Montgom-
ery spent a few days with Hubert
and Cliff Stripling and Miss Lucile
Stripling.


STORE


321 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
PRICES GOOD JUNE 20, 21 and 22
PICKLE PATCH SWEET MIXED -22 OZ. JAR


PICKLES


27c


ANN PAGE Devils Food, Honey Spiced, White and Yellow
2 20-Oz. BOXES


A & P CREAMY SMOOTH


Peanut Butter

SUPER RIGHT, HALF or WHOLE


Pork LOIN

SUPER RIGHT GENUINE TENDER SLICED


Calf LIVER"

FANCY GEORGIA JUICY


PEACHES


49c

24 OZ.


55c

LB.

47c

LB.


59c
LB.


15c


To know that doctor and hospital bills
are taken care of that's a great relief
to everybody I Inside the door, the patient
can concentrate on getting well. Outside
the door, bills and lost income are worries
that don't have to be faced. No longer
need sickness or accident wipe out family
savings. Gulf Life's newest plans for pro-
tection against bills for sickness and acci-


i ,,:- .':" .., '.,




Pj for both sides of the door
=M MI- I M M
Ifobohsdens cnhlyouf a thoe billoan


dents can help you pay those bills and
provide an income as well. With one out
of every four persons facing hospital ex-
penses this year, you will want to get the
facts from your Gulf Life Representative
- today You'll see why so many folks
in the South say -
Gulf Life -that's myAcompany!


G ulf Life ev
"A Southern Institution Since 1911" Home Office, Jacksonville, Florida

Now Over ONE BILLION DOLLARS of Life Insurance In Force


0. M. TAYLOR


Offices In Stone Building


JUNE WED[uIS, THE GET-AWAY


Visit In Chattahoochee
Mr. and Mrs, Henton Hamm of
Ohattahoochee spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Hamin
and Becky and Mr. and Mrs. Bei.i
ton Hamm and Debbie and Rickie.
thins on your printing Is a sign of quality,


GOT A


TAKE "

.. symptomatic
Erin "LIEF


FOOD


s


a ---- -


-I- -I -I -- I


CAKE MIXX





a ... -a --/d


.~ _____________________


REHFRISHING -- DELICIOUS


PEACHES


IGA EVAPORATED

MILK


29c


3 cans


vi


i, LB.
BOX


35c


IGA INSTANT


COFFEE


2 oz.
[AR


39


ARGO TOMATO


CATSUP

VAN CAMP
GRATED
TUNA
V2 Size 1
rin 19

BIG TOP
Peanut
Butter
7 oz. A
Sherbet 29
far
With Coupon


HEALTEST
ICE,


14 oz.
Bottles


29


FREE!
BASKETS OF
fIlf Groceries
WILL BE
10 GIVEN AWAY


DURING OUR GALA
GRAND OPENING
HELP US CELEBRATE .


FREE
WHILE YOU SAVE


FREE Ice Cream

Cokes & Pot. Chips


PRESS IF '

IGA EXTRA RICH IM M
Mayonnaia 9


3.25
oz.


Florida or Goergia
Grade A,
Dressed and Drawn


IGA Low Price!
Look at This


SEALTEST COTTAGE
Cheese 12 oz. 25c
BORDENS FRESH PURE ORANGE


Juice


qt. 29c


ALL BRANDS CANNED
Biscuit ea. lO c
(Limit Three)


SUNGOLD ORANGE


JUICE


3 6-oz. a 3 5


McKENZIE
Strawberries or
Baby Limas
FROZEN 6 oz. cans
LEMONADE


2 1 -oz.
Pkgs.
39cF


E-4ACH


U. S. GOOD HEAVY SQUARE CUT CHUCK


SWIFT PIEMJIUM ALL MEAT


SUNNYLAND SUGAR CURED (Shank Portion)


25


U. S. CHOICE
Lamb
Shoulder
Roast

43c


SUNNYLAND
SLICED ECONOMY
BACON
39c lb
SWIFT SELECTED
BEEF LIVER


M Gal.
Milkn 39
FRESH HOME GROWN WHITE
CORN


THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
JUNE 20th, 21st and 22nd


c~fi~i~B~i~--"-------51JLI~~ -I


Ears
S Only


29
I&y


FRESH HOME GROWN BLACKEYES


P E A S
PEAS
FRESH HOME GROWN


3Lbs.


25


Butterbeans 3Lbs.


29


QUANTITY BIGHTS RIKSEH\rED


OF
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AIH (CO)NDITIONED
PORT ST. JOE, FLOHIDA


A REAL BOUNS BUY -- DOLE
SE APP No 1 Tall
PINEPLJ CAN
PI N3ten A r Ssak No


29c lb


Hh~rm~hVC~CmWVI*mWCIZhlC~C~MIWWV~


~~,,______


-' -- U- 3 "~~T~r


- rl L ~a ------------ ~PE~~n~m~-IPI~IO-- -~l~--qC1 --~d ~B~I~FIIL11PP~R~har+E~f~a~;7iij~-~:~gyy ~I I I r It


~1


A


Pot. Chips


YEW RS


10


43


lb 49


wrimAM~

















. ... i'0- .. B i" -"- .. -a.....-.... .. t. .. -


FOR SALE: Beautiful building lot --
See E. t'. Wiimbrl, plione 7261 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
or 7-2011. tc -5-30 Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
-- Fourth St.. meeting night every other
FOR SALE: Lots at White City, Monday.
house on Woodward and house SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. (Cuntinued from page 1)
on 10th Street. 0O. F.-Meets first and third lantd; lallnarks; suit of khaki
E. TOM PRIDGEON Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic shirt and pants; Pridgeon's Insur-
Real Estate & Insurance Hall. All members urged to attend; $7.50 insurance cer-
BAIl 7-7741 411 Red Ave. visiting brethren invited. Agency,
S" C. W. LONG, N. G. tificate on any insurance; WVest
FOR SALE: Legal ruled pads, on- J. C. PRICE, Secty. Florida Gas Co., roll out barbecue;
ionskin, second sheets, scratch pads PC S --. iidti ri t are r
mimeograph paper, typewriter anc THERE WILL BE a regular corn- iuzzett's IDrug Store, navy type
adding machine r,,bouns. .lan :.th- n unication of Port St. Joe Lodge hand bag; Gulf Hardware and Sup-
er supplies. THET STAR- i'honie No. 111, F&AM every first and IpIly Co., glass fishing rod; Port
7 3161 foi delivCry. third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Theatre, twu month pass to Port
FOR SALE: Alteration Ltag.s andI Theatre; Pirince and Prin'cess Shop,
Sale price tags. Call 7-3161. The '$.0 trade c-rlificate; Smith's
Star. EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M. I'larnmacy, adult life preserver;
FOR SALE: Used automatic wash- ROY L. BURCH, Secty. Cooper's Barber Shop, bottle Wild-
er. Thoroughly reconditioned. $60 All Master Masons cordially invited root cream oil; Modern Furniture
Phone 7-7941. 2tp WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116, Store. !X(12 linoleum rug: Cailip-
FOR SALE: Holton trombone and THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- bell's Dru Store. glass fishing rod;
case. Like new. $75.00 cash. Call ing first and third Moday nigh ulle Trim hop, o oa h
7-2346 after 5:00 p.m. Friday or 800 p.m., American Legion Home ri hop, two boatcind-
see at 127 Hunter's Circle. atc R. A. M.-Regular convocation of ioris, icorsaigo: i;. W. Eells Fire-
FOR SALE: Playpen and babee St. ,oseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.sone Store, alminui fly rod case;
tenda (high chair); both v ,IT., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-C siC' Stire, thlnini t fly rod case;
platendtic pas;ighood chair; condition andt ing brothers welcome. J. IH. Geddie, lioyle's Dept. Store, $5.00 certifi-
reasonab 'le. 'ho oe 7-;Lt0l. tlp High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary. ate; westernn Auto Associate
FOR RENT: Uitfurnished 2 bud- F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sa- Store. Shalakesiar Reel; Leader
room apartment. Near grammar ng money see us for anything Shoe SlhOlp. boat ctlshionl: Cositli's
school on 10th St. Call 7-:!073 or lsee ou need in your home. STOP and l)ei Store. $0.00 t) certificate; Tllohm-
Mrs. J. S. Shirey. 1Re SWAP SHOP. ason's Pure Oil Slation, thermos
WANTED TO RENT: Three bed- IN THE COUNTY .UlDGE'S iju; Shell Servico Station, adult
room house in Port St. Joe for COURT 0 FGULF I life preserver; Wimberly Pontiac
permanent resident. Phone 7-3SS6. COUNTY, FLORIDA 'Co., autoimatie Kleenex dispenser;
-- Re: Estate of NATHANIELh W\toolford's Standard Service, set
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- JORDAN, deceased. I T. r
ment. Mrs. W. 13. Ferrell, 515 NOTICE TO CREDITORS copper mats; 'olison's Gulf Ser-
Third St., Phone 7-7736. tfc6-20 All creditors of the estate of vice, four fire extinguishers; Jone's
FOR RENT: Bedroom with pri-ate Nathaniel Jordan. deceased, are Sinclair Service, floor mat; St. Joe
hereby notified and required to M otor Co.. topper mat for auto:
bath. See or call Mrs. J. C. Cut- file any claims or demands Cargill and Stevens, light finder for
pepper, 529 7th St., Phone 7-7756 which they may have against light finder for
after 5 p.m. said estate in the office of the auto; J. V. Gander, Gulf distribu-
County Judge of Gulf County, tor, case outboard special oil; J.
FOR RENT: 7-room house corner Florida, in the court house at Lamnar Miller Standard Oil Distri-
Oak Grove and 2nd St., Wewahitch- Wewahitchka, Florida, within butor, case outboard special oil;
ka. See Mrs. T. H. Roberts. 2tp eight calendar months from the fire ex-
date of the first publication of St. Joe Auto Parts Co., five fire ex-
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom this notice. Each clain or de- tinguishers.
attractively furnished apartments mand must be in writing and ..... .-... ..
Cool in summer, warm in winter, must state the place of residence o Miss Barbara Christman of Or-
Window fans, gas heat. They have and post office address of ihe
to be seen to be appreciated, Wim- claimant and must be sworn to land who has been the house guest
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083. by the claimant, his agent or of AMr. and iMrs. Edd RIamsey for
tfc-2-21 his attorney, or it will become the past ten days has rel turned to
void according to law. This S1 her o ite.
FOR RENT: Vacant four room June, 1957.er home.
house with back and front porch. MAGGIE JORDAN
and water pump. $35.00. Mrs. Ben Administratrix of the estate Mr. and Mrs. Basconim Hannm and
Dickens, Sr., Phone 7-5421. tfc-5-23 of Nathaniel Jordan, Becky had as their guests Satur-
WANTED: Housekeeper for elder- deceased, day, Mrs. Hamm's sister, Mrs.
ly couple in Panama City. Wte June 20, 27, 1957 a children of
box 604, Springfield Station, Pat, July 4, 11, 1957 W Kathryn Aenew and children of
ama City. 2tp Tampa. Mrs. Ilanun and Becky re-
SD turned home with ihem for a cou-
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 George F. Dennis To ple of weeks visit. Bascom will
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worr,, with u,,,n .kee f ow,,,,-G. e ,f f T mSLi DM In va join them later.
US. ~ kIS P.4 t i RC


Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.


SPECIAL SERViCES

:OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBENG.
'hone 7-7846. Outboard motors re'
aired, also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc-5-2
ELECTRIC ;RONS repaired. Work
guaranteed. Quick dependable
service. Red's Shoe Shop. Reid Ave
'qADE US that useless article for
Something useful. ,STOP and
'WAP.

Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
PANA-CRAFT BOATS
and E-Z TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs


i U I Ul I r ll Ineview

NORFOLK, VA.,-George F. Den-
nis, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam J. Dennis of Port St.
Joe, aboard the general stores is-
sue ship USS Mercury will take
part in an International Naval Re-
view scheduled to be held June 12
at Hampton Roads, Va.
More than 60 U. S. Atlantic Fleet
ships, headed by the latest in air-
craft carriers, battleships, guided
missile cruisers, destroyer and sub-
marines, have been chosen to rep-
resent the United States. In addi-
tion, at least 18S foreign nations will
display their might for the first
international naval review to be
held in American waters since 1907.
Defense Secretary Charles Wil-
son is expected to represent Presi-
dent Eisenhower at the review.
The ships will be iu the Hamnlpton
Roads area for "Fleet Week"
which ends .June 1-7. During this
Lime, numerous "American type"'


Mr. and Mrs. Rush Chismn and
son Bill and daughter, Delores were
the week end guests of Mr. Chism's
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Chism in Valdosta, Ga.


entertainment events have been
planned by the local civilian com-
mittee, especially for the visiting
navymen.
T'he review will be a major high-
light of the Jamestown Festival,
commemorating the 350th anniver-
sary of hlie founding of lie Jamnes-
town, Va., colony in 1607.

Mr. and Mrs. Rboert Straka and
three children of St. Paul, Minn.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne SWilliam-
son and daughter, Karen of Pensa-
cola are visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Costin, Sr.
-----(- -----
Jiimmy Costin amnd George Hill
are visiting in Orlando this week.


qlaoa1 2144.


ahe 04^ Pzintne a










* Did it ever occur to you that you need distinctive printed matter
for your particular business?

Type faces give you this outstanding distinctiveness
-- and these can be supplied by our modern Printing
Department

* With a combination of modern type faces, and first class work-
manship, you can be assured that you will get printing tha3 will
"talk" for your business.



Phone 7-3161

We Will Be Pleased To Discuss

Your PRINTING PROBLEMS With You





THE


I A

Ii. -

ig~& [~0 ~T&


Siid CCC iC y t,'iCC C Lh1 gi'a d otlliiCiC C ofC LicO n1eW U(A
Supermai'keL are 'Mrs. J. C. Laney, The election results in Highland
lrs. J.e Grinisley. 'Mrs. Wiliiston ,Viw clearly show where the ma-
C'iCon, C r, Iuhi'-.lrt 'L Bichards. Mrs. jority of the citizens stand on in-
C- n CC 1 C C CS C Toi Biyrd ..__...... ... I.two. ra... C .C C
- C ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ C,) I ICCCCCCCCCC. ).) forJC iCClCC -tC1C


S., incorporation.
Rev. Harry PEunt Natural tc- .. C illC'. (l\' I, i l'C, i eICS. tUl]ainey IC agtsg t iico'ipotla'tioie. pe
S. l ,\t i leisl, n entering the ....i .. place
Addresses Rotary Club One Step 'i ou : Gannon lUZn S, M. C A. IsoellI, Tuesday morning, 1 made the sLate-
Alrs. i. c. Nedley, e',. Roy Gib-t ment that no mailer which way
Rex'. Harry Punt, pastor of the TAMPA -- Natural gas for Flor- "i 1r.. 's. tus Clech Mi s it irs. e Ijority voted, all of hie peo-
Ci shoC Cl. J S\r. Car Ais C C Ioeuld join toCCC'her and work
Presbyterian Church here in Port ida came a step nearer this week CifUii,' \Jis SiChm Ctriuson, Mi r sh l iner. 1ter of gland
S Mlo Mks .\ i fti". BrI insoni, -Al's for the besl. interests of Highland
St. Joe and a former missionary to when the Houston Texas Gas and A\l''d .joine. -rs. ((Curge Suber, V ie, a sd make the best possible
Africa, talked to the Rotary Club Oil Corp. and Coastal Transmission \. i s m.i |;,!,C.. i. C Mrs. 1d effort for the good of the coiiiouun-
lat 'their regular dinner meeting Corp. announced that arrangements jHinsty., Mrs. \ ) .l one:. Mrit.y. Each officer present heartily
last Thursday noon. have been completed for the place- tNorton Kiim lln. i' .. I i. i- a re et.d o this.
Rev. Punt talked about Africa, ment of their respective firv s morti t in|, |iS. iAn mi. rdC ini. Alrs.. A..V. NoX\ let is ma ike our word good,
past, present and future. gage pipe line bonds in llh ,otl I ,C ,J. :1,,C \iF."- .|. I t C T CCi e. it i,( ] t Cllmi eooPteIal and con-
11e gave some of the customs and amount of $103;,500,000. O()Il'l'r I i ii i s ill' i Ll e to m lil iew Lhe
citlture of Africa before slavery The 20 year bo' nds b bear inlt-iresi l _\c i i, (' :t ,,'i i \ ) \\'h ill h'[ placeti n ithe USA to live and
Limel s as a country of intense ig- at 51/ per eent and represent I l; t o.n\ e 11 'i11 r.sdiay \lre Clamed iit, brriut our chiildren--a place
inorance. He told of tile cistoi s 1of million for tfhe ac1L Count t f I loi-' 1 on ICt 1 ,C of lIove' and ig-o, d will and good
simply doing away with members iand $:,.S500,000 lor Coastal. t ighllor.s.
of tribes that, are either too old The two companies have been C., Ot-tTH 'NirinL the tcalmpaVign through
or handicapped in Much a way that certificated by the Feder'al Power" i HAN ,: ,ilic it e ave passed no doubt
they could not. carry their part of tComini issioni to consltr'l ;l nd oper-t I i li ",he C' ail, )1r'. \\ tin c ,it r o iv rds tasve been rpok-
the load in their community. lhe aie a natural gas pipe line from i' l.l'ix. I)'. Jo,. Cllltix i1 thard dIg nILe 1 eenh hin -
said that the Africa of today is Texas to Plorida. h' It ut I,, i ,' i' wonderful r C re d feelst tin's. Such hsiin.
finding it hard to break away from Included among tle lproIpe. l ivt'e C C a ho h o' i ver y ca paig How--
old customs and especially finds purchasers are the I 'rudtenltial Life t I' I1,' 1-" lr h ,'C C C i'C'* ,i i o. Io ive n and forgotth ncaP andll
it hard to trust others (especially Insuralle (Colllmp ny of Amlierica, \\ho lC i t.lCid mei to sCnt i rultC- i o e f og tel, a t
white mell) to take care of some the ffquitable Lite Assurance Si h'" i,. .1.IC.'I ;,d i "' I ra w i t lll t og e people the Highb
of their affairs for thelin. As for cielty of the 1' itied Staites, .IJohn 1 'si allte people ill High-
Africa's future, lRev. Puntl. predit Hancock \l tual life lInsuraince Co. Yi \C '2 l ,t ni'. Or is ot d for is glt.
C C C, t!i CS n i t iieigIlCIC r is good for all.
ed That with increased teaching and other leading insurance coa. -l fi' believe tha Highlad
| 1 1 i 't xl la -lie\i e tilai Hitghtlanitd
tuand education that Africa will be- palies and institIlLional invsltors. Spends Sunday Heroe View is not. large enough at this
come one of the imost importantt Arranlgeimeits for tLhe placement w |,Ci)', ,,C CI '' Tai hass i, tlake on l(, l the burden and
continents in the universe. He list- the bonds were lade by BOyth ; land loyee \oodil oi Fsl Chat- exl)pcns neLessary to o.perale a
cd un.old w\eallh of industrial and Company, Inc. and Scharff a nd taioocieeI e'IS StindaC l wilh I C. ,.it: stand L take this opportunity
mantfacturing opportunities on the Jones for Houslton, and Lehman sld i Mrs. itinon llta id i )ebC i Chlnk ev ery person who voted
dark continent. Rev. lunt mnarveled Bros. and Alien and Co. for Coas-t I' a i .ic ,. C .,,C,,.e .ud u i h ie against incorporation at
at the change that has been brought tal. are sisters. They also CinjoydC swim- X in. C ime.
about on the continent in[ the past Detailed surveying of the route ltling .t .[ ItPort St. Joe ,ch.iC Sicerely yours,
1t0 years and predicts great things and lthe acquisition of Lthe right of C. FORE HAND
to come. way easements are nowt inl progress ______
-- ---- by both companies. Actual construe-r i
l tICionr. I 'Cu'Ir! C ':i)erly :and son s. Resume Studies
Graduates From Auburn i l h eni i t i i Michael and Tom Eberly of ilC tit i l'aul Edwin and Donald Ramsey
John Emibry, brother of Mrs. io Casa this C Cpoli, ind.I. Mit \i'ednesday after livive rosumled their studies at the
in the gtas supply area in SoitiS i Ir.i
Harold Prinm, graduated last week t i spending a wvC nt he ::< [he gtUei-I Florida State University for the
end from Auburn and hlias been vis-t of ll'. I i'vriy cosiln Mrs. Nd 'i nsutintcr months. They are the sons
iting here with the PrimIs this pastl Porter it [heir home ol 1 Pal'tof tA Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsey of
week. advertisingg doesn't cost. it PANS' 1 Bvd ...ong Avenue.


I


I.=


, 7Ildj4 -






One of th MOST LUXURIOUS MO:'



GOVEr.....


On U. S. Hwy. 98, So. cf PANi"a. CT.' ..-v -


THURSDAY, '
Snv/, ilmi^ *^L,^ ')


.7 ~"'ot? tC4Zp

~- e
ti
-C C-C~-C-~ ~tl


.S ON .: GULF COAST!


S i '-
-


C-ic i.-
"Ci '-. ^Li


S .- L .' '


15 Modern Units and Owner's Apartment ---. 333' I ." Beach Frontage
The building is of concrete block and buff brick trimi adl brick pillars supportiig the rool covering a 7 toot
wide concrete porch running the full length of the building bhotll til highway and Gulf side. Each unit has a
door opening on to the beach, providing each unit with its l ,\ts private 'each and also an entrance to the parking
area on the l ighiway side. All units are beautiful with e\ press paneling and tcrrazo floors thruout. All baths are
of colored ceramic tile, as are all window sills. Tihe roons are ir;ilie beatiii ied with recessed lighting and attrac-
tively decorated with modern furniture--in such a manner thait all fnitiire is intercliamngable. Perfect comfort
for the guests, as well as economy in operation is providedl if\ i d i ,h co' i!l'd Panel-la heat.

The Governor Motel, the only one so named in the $1[aie of Forida. is onel i i ie newest ai d ost t i modern luxur-
ious motels on the Gulf Coast. It has extra ground available for construction 01 additional units ir a restaurant.

This valuable and desirable motel has developed a \er\ i-igils proiitable anid .select clientele -- ulni\ wlho
come back year after year, forming a good repeat business.


DAYTONA BEACH i MELBOURNE 2750 Butler St.
418-424 Bellevue Ave. I *- ". ,. ,. -. .. BEDROOM HOE:
1 BIk. W. of U. S. 1 r ",- i 3 BEDROOM HOME
Excellent Income Property Concrete Block 2 Yrs. Ol
with Good Steady Rental Record ', '-; Ccrete Block, 2 ,. Old
MONDAY, JULY 1, 1:30 p.m. i SATURDAY, JUNE 20-1:30 pm
The property includes 2 lots. : ,
each with 50' frontage and an T'..ho .,' '-' \ ,' hi is X2,5 sit-
average depth of 225' each. Both ... '.. j i d on : nic'l y lalndA 1l
lots are improved. The west loti .;.'.. 'C. o' :' i 'n'X Itil' in a
has a 2-story brick building, a '. ... ... .. orlChootC te ttlihir ilttrat-
5-rooi m cottage and a warehouse i i I,. hosli Tl'o hlt o l t as lus
or factory building. On the east H. oi 'livitni s.p ce excisi\C
lot, there's a 2-story home wilh OTHER COMING AUCTION ) l' N'1 -:;t'li' and C1l sis fI :
a barbecue fireplace in I he rear. OTHER COMING AUCTIOhN, ill ha'h
This is unusually good income Co s i r, it 'izt living
producing property. Present INCLUDE OUTSTANLING ,r.,n iand a combilination kitchen
monthly rentals amount to $280. iti diniit! rooi. Thin s ilso a
per month, not including the SOUTHIERN STAT'ES: ilv lrioo, witl double laitndr
owner's apt. which is good for Alany oTlhr conTiiE, ASl iont :. lu lnd 'lu)ah(ld i" ]lumblintl ,i
additional large income per eluding' o ,tti a di i,.l C C C i a n Ca or' antId sihov-
mionuth, making a total potential States a .\u tioltt Ili. 'l C C I l'idIiC i l t] i C P: I!
monthly income near $400) 00. t c l itChC,' Iane'-,< a : S-
This presents a wonderful op- ias)CC, C lioito \ l i ,' C ] i
portunity tor invest ie t l It'ateli ..... .. i ... ;... ,... ., hC l :i C i hliiC

lot wih its imirovemen ts can
be bought separately or you may
buy both as a whole!


UNLIMITED POTENTIAL and
GROWTH!
on U. S. 1-Fastest Growing
County in Florida!
TITUSVILLE BREVARD CO.
Near Guided Missle Center
Fort Canaveral-Patrick AFB
STEWART'S TRAILER COURT
and SUSIE'S DRIVE-IN REST.
WED., JULY 3, 1:30 p.m.
30 large spaces all occupied
with enough additional land to
double number of spaces -mo-
dern housekeeping units-- 2 sel
of rest rooms, laundry room,
sho wers and storage rIoomI1.
(rounds are we ll-driniiid, land-
seape(d and entirely gra:ssed.
Has city water. Thouisal;tlds of
dollars have been spent tli'e pasi
years in in improvements iand ex-
panlsion. Calln e boughl ill any
size tracts desired or a.is "i whole
Trailer Courts in this area are
a "Blue Chips Investment!"


ll t ; 1 to [ purc net 'l: -ti 11 ''I
H l'H lt /1Hh l ( 1" : I' :l \\h lol,


WE ARE FLORIDA'S ONE and ONLY CO M P L F
TATE AUCTION SERVICE. OTHER 'S NO SUiKSSii
EXPERIENCE!


For Iinspectionl ol f Y our Properly. v. il l il o ltit:l i ilC, .'
details of IIe HI AN S i l I' \ i i !::



'tR Onl i 'C rn iing pn in

'- I -' '
m I .l',"I ,':-
: C1, ." C,,


i f .,, ..5


iii l'Itt' S\
hALi; ES-
C 'UTEC FOR



ldI I S i











'\[, ,


t;t ) .l '.\. S ltr'- !i : '
, 'i ; iin (C O "t l 1 .1i I C


i ti itd !',i C \ '



li t ,' l ; I :C i C I


C'. n C eitI. 1Oih


afrat -w .-, ___________________ f


-gis~a~i~4*B~%IPa~dG~C1r~:~~i~&~P~3a~ss '~8~"lf~~-


j









I


i


'ill


r~i~B~e~8ss;?~hE.~;,~g41~T~T:~'P~i9~,~ag ~-









... -- "_ .. Mr. VWililait F. Linton appeared \Tw:-i Haidiw Co. I aratle n.uar of-i1.ealth of the above
MINUTES OF THE before the Board with reference to 1 (asis '.o!e. ]:; wal. size i .is\ .,. :I -tiini.
COU1tNTY COMMISSION ithle _Magnolia Landing Road anmd .\Ier disussin here was a Im- liesolu ion was adopted provid-
told COUNTY COMM Board that even olliough uion I ('C i. o(Ver, seVd 1, in, i l'. c)onveynie of Right-of-Way
-----rse oi--- i.some work lhas bee do lne 11 sauti C)int It lal'dii alii! diit y t'r ii id 0 I'roi) l Cull' Conil to SHate Road De-
W ewahitchka, Florida road., you could llotl drire o\'r it lhlai ill Contily pl rlhase il1i l ). lari IetiIl.
June 11, 1957 aIfter the last rain. The ('l tiairilian sihS cooler I'Fo Hie \\'-\V i llanld .Ir. \\'alter Ow rns appeared be-
The Board f1 Cn('01iiV Conloiiu itInrnounced that Ihe road will Ie warae Co : it Ilit1. 11u. i he board and requested thie
sioners of (11ul Countly, Flolrida mietr cOnipll ted as soon as possible; that 11. O. Plrlid leon a,))i r.t l before ('ouitl to build a drive-way or
this date in re-ular session with the slrvev is 'completed; the deeds ithl lIarit at,1nd iold thah it e I rid o ver a diich along the edge
thile follow mei mberl.s presict: J. mlide for the right of0 way \ nd til( I.,L.s tiill" 5 based thie t ll oust' iof of Ameriius Avenue and to con-
C Price, Chairman. I'. (. 1liarden iquleslted Mr. Linton to take thei lepresenta ti\ li and ihe Seiati atnd tii.tritc ar street leading. to some.
Sr., A. J. l Srirkaiid, (i S. 8. riox- rilht oi way deeds and have them is tnow oin lh I, rovenior's desk Ifor properly thai he h as recently pur-
tin aind (loorig W\V. Cooler. Thle executed and reuirn Lheli to the his sigii1r' a1fo!o r''oiI chased. Af'er discussion, the Board
lerlk, Sheriff, At torneys, Roatd Clerk's office for recordill. Mr. law and t ru 'tleru.'( d the llotard to informed Ai'.: Uwtvnsilthat the Coun--
Supt. intl lEngineer were also pres- Linton agreed to have said deeds adopt a rtsolulion reiniestl.in'it lIls y will put a culvert in to give him
ent. .ig itnd by the land ownrters. (Governor '.t) 'sin said bill at hisi access to his property, but will
The meeting came to order atI The Board received sealed bids very earliest convenience. Afler noil construct the street at this
9 o'clock a.m. "fIur one water cooler, to-wit: disclls'ioln, thlerel \ s a motion by time.
Thie minutes of Mvay S, i -, 1 ;, 25 Wevwahitlhka liiiibing and HIeat- Comm. flardon, seconded by C(oUm. rhe The Board tabled a peti-.
and 28 were read, approved and ing Co.: Strickland and duly carried thar ttion filed by Mrs. Lotiella Stebel,
adopted. 1 Cordley cooler, S gal. size, $209. such a resolution be adopted and requesting the C-ounty to-close an
M11 payrolls for May were ap- 1 (ordley cooler. 11 gal. size $220. a copy delivered to the Governor, alleyway in. prn Winico. Subdivision.-
proved and ratified as paid. 1 C Cordley cooler, 1:1 gal. size $2'1. The Chairman directed Atlor'ney The Ihtrd unanimously voted to
fCo.tin to prepare said resolution ipay l eor'e 'C. Tapper $125.79, rep-
Sand deliver a copy to ihe (,overiior. resenting expended. .or -a trip to
BAY_ CTY DIN G R M I *Af'(eI'r a diinscussion with reference Washingiiton, Dn. C., in connection
CiITY D N RinO thc alrppoiltt miieni ot a Direilt( or within tihe Apalachicola River pro-
for the Wakiula-Franktliiin-(hlfr Conn- .icl. The trip was made in 1956.
STEAKS CHICKEN SEAFOOD tLy iHealth D)epartinteii, ihere was A.t'ler a discussion with reference
IoRlion Clv (CoTin 11arl'dei,i seci')iiil- o tlire Miosquito Control Depart-
AIR CONDITIONED ed I) Co011. Stri(kland and unani- ment.. l.h. Hoard, instructed -the
CALL OLiver 3-2957-FOR RESERVATIONSniisl arrird., that this Iliard re- Cierlk to inform F. E. Trammell,
CALL OLiver 3-2957 FOR RESERVAIOIS io nd th apointientl of r. Supervisor of tile Mosquito Control
WE CATER TO PARTIES Children Under 10, 75c Henry 1. Lanigston i U.. ID P. 11.. I)eparnmeint to file a monthly re-
S as IDirector for lthe Wakuilla-Fralnk- port of all activities of said De-
lin-Gulf Heillhi Departnenit. The partlmeut, beginning with thie month
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Faircloth, Operators C'erk was directed to inform Dr. of June, 1957.- -
Apalachicola, Florida George Dane, Director, Bureau of The lilard further instructed the
Local lealthi Service, Florida Clerk lo directly Mr. Tranmmell to


'I -!
Ssw-.


WEAT


2 XvJI~E.,,


Set the dial for comfort, and enjoy the weather you like the best with ELECTRIC air conditioning!
Yes, you'll enjoy year-round comfort with a window or central unit electric heat pump that not
only cools in summer, but heats in winter-automatically provides the temperature you' need to feel
your best.
Or, for refreshing coolness this summer, there's the electric air conditioner that automatically
cools the air, dehumidifies and purifies it, too.
So see your dealer or call our office for additional .information on air conditioning now.
You'll discover beiter living electrically with electric air conditioning!
o o


-6 n o i.


-- ~4%C'" ,imins,.mmMnrta~flhASflSWr -


.a..S.. T. Morris at a rate of $1.25 THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
per hour, retroactive to June 1,
1957. -
Upon motion of Comm. Croxton, r
seconded by Comm. Strickland and r -H
unanimously carried, the Board J
designated the Wewahitchka State
Bank to be th eCounty Depository Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams
for the fiscal year beginning July By The Star Publishing
1, 1957. WESLEY R. RAMSEY
The Board received a letter from Also Linotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, C
J. A. Mulrennan with reference to and Bookkeep
Specificationl for a Dragline for ONE YEAR, oS3w SIX MONTHS $1.5
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PA'
the Gulf County Mosquito Control
District. After lengthy considera- Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 19;
Florida, under Act of Mar
tion, there was a motion by Comm. DIAL BAll 7-
Cooper, seconded by Comm. Strick-
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omission
land and duly carried that no ac- do not hold themselves liable for damage fourth
lion be taken at this time ,but this advertisement.
matter will be considered at a la- The spoken word Is given scant attention; i
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the p
ter date. The spoken word is lost; the printed word rema
The Farm Agent filed his month- ---__
ly report and the same was order-
ed filed. school
- The following reduction were an- Course To Educate drive
thorized on the 1956 tax roll, to- At
wit: Driver Educators duri
P. 37, L. 18, Martha Marshall, aid,
Val. $200; Amt. Tax, $6.86; Author- ucati
ized Val. $200.; Reduction Tax $6.86 Twenty-six teachers from almost certil
P. 53, L. 15, Ruby Melvin. Val. as many Florida high schools enter ion t
$80.; Amt. Tax $2.74; Authorized summer school at Florida State All
Val. $80.; Reduction Tax $2.74. University Monday, June 17, on,$100 granj
,P. 89, L. 20, Ruth Umlah. Val. grant
$675.; Amt. Tax $23.49; Authorized be paid. rovid
Val. $675; Reduction Tax, $23.49. All bills were paid, after the DeCc
iP. 81, L. 14, A. C. Russell. Val. same were examined, approved and catio
$1,000; Amt. Tax $34.80; Author- ordered paid. ing
ized Val. $500; Reduction Tax There being no further business from
$17.40. to come before the Board at this Gunt
P. 84, L. 32, St. Joe Land and time it did then adjourn.
Dev. Co., Val. $1900; Amt. Tax ATTEST: Sa
$66.12; Authorized Val. $400; Re- George Y. Core J. C. Price
duction Tax, $13.92. Clerk Chairman Adv(
P. 100, L. 22, Lawrence Daiss.
Valh $4750; Amt. Tax $165.30; Au-
thorized Val. $1000; Reduction Tax, -
$34.80. .
P. 106, L. 37, John Robert Smith -.
Val. $2900; Amt. Tax $100.92; Au-
thorized Val. $900; Reduction Tax
$33.80.. .i
P. 124, L. 35, St. Joe Land & Dev.
Co., Val. $3500; Amt. Tax $120.05;
(Aulthorized Val. $500; Reduction
Tax $17.15.
,P. 139, L. 16, Ernest C. Wimberly
Val. $150.; Amt. Tax $5.15; Author-
ized Val. $150; Reduction Tax $5.15. .' "
,P. 145, L. 4, St. Joe Land & Dev.
Co., Val. $1400; Amt. Tax $48.02;
Authorized Val. $200; Reduction
tax, $6.86.
P. 147, L. 15, Ira Mount, Sr., Val.
1600; Amt. Tax $54.88; Authorized
Val. $600; Reduction Tax $20.58.
The following names were ad-
ded to the County Indigent roll
for May 1957.
'Gus Odem $15.; Ola Wood $10; SEE US
and Minnie Patterson $10. FOR. .
Upon motion of Comm. Strick-
land, seconded by Comm. Harden Loans for buying a new
and duly carried, the Board agreed
to swap the following described Loans for building a nev
land to the Neal Lumber and Manu-
facturing Company for a clay pit, Improvement Loans for
to-wit: Loans for replacing hornm
10 acres in-SE corner of lot 7
original, Sec. 19, T4S, R10W. Consolidation loans for s
The Chairman and Clerk were
instructed to execute a deed for
the above described 10 acres, upon M. P. TOML
receipt of a deed for a clay pit
from the Neal Lumber and Manu- REALTOR
facturing Co., the description of 403 Monument Avenue
said pit is not known at this time.
All payrolls for the month of
May, 1957 were approved and ra-
tified as paid.
The Bay County blood bank, Inc.,
presented a bill for 12 units of -
blood for Mrs. Rosa Lee Lolly in
the amount of $68.24, after discus-
sion, there was a motion by Comm.
Harden, seconded by Comm. Strick-
land and duly carried that said bill


THURSDAY, iJUNE 20, 1957






Avenue, Port SL, Joe, Florida
Company
Editor and Publisher
Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
er
5i THREE MONTHS $127.50
ABLE IN ADVANCE
37, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
ch 3, 1879.
3161
s in advertisements, the publishers
er than amount received for such

the printed word is thoughtfully
printed word thoroughly convinces.
sins.

arshis enabling them to study
r education.
the end of a six-week course,
.g which they will study first
general safety and driver ed-
on, they will be eligible for
fiction to teach driver educa-
hemselves.
state Foundation made a
t $3,000, the second annual
t of the kind to FSU, to
.e the scholarship. James V.
osmo o the men's physical edu-
n faculty will direct the train-
program. Receiving the aard
;Port St. Joe was James A.
er, Port St. Joe High School.

end The Star To A Friend
ertl-sng doesn't cost-t PAYS


home

v home

your home

e equipment

ill your bills


INSON
INSUROR
Phone 7-3201


0 o '*0 9 0 0 0


Here's your chance to save hundreds-


Pc9 -now'
-LWCZ aimd [;AV 9nw


AM-


Choose from models we have in stock. Mercury's
on the floor now are priced low-ready to go!
Your present car will never be worth more.
Record-breaking sales mean big trade-ins. Pick
. save drive your Big M home tonight!


ST. JOE MOOR COMPANY
aI a 0- 0


-- '-~-~-- ----I


P~e~C~b -1 ---lb~n~srak I bu


I~


----~r -


))~II


b -


4INI~


Rp -Fo r !i7










Reg. to $6.98 Girl's White
SHOES


Pretty dress-ups
For Summer Wear
ALL SIZES
$1.97


50 PAIR ONLY LADIES
FLATS
Sensational colorful smart
Flatties
SHOP EARLY FOR THESE!
$1.99


MEN'S WORK
SHOES
(Thorogood Brand)
Reg. to $9.95
COME AND GET 'EMI
L $4.47


Be Smart- GET YOUR SHARE of BARGAINS


DON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN

ONE HUGE GROUP MEN'S
SPORT SHIRTS]
(Reg. to $3.95)
Fine Tailored Cottons
Lined Convertible Collars
"Wash Fast"


I


DON'T


V
U


I
M


COULD NEVER BI
Reg. to $7.95 COULD NEVER
SMen's Long9 Sleeve Dr DRUA


NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS
ALL SALES CASH and FINAL


One Huge Group
BOY'S DRESS SHOES


tl nn


Girl's and Boy's Reg. $2.95
PLAY SUITS 97c
Reg. $2.50
BOY'S SHORTS $1.47
$3.95 Values
BOY'S SLACKS $1.97
Reg. to $2.50
BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS $1.47
Reg. $3.19
BOY'S KHAKI PANTS $2.47
Reg. $4.95
GIRL'S TAP SHOES $2.97
Reg. $2.95 L N .
CHILD'S MOCCASINS $1.97


Reg. to
NUNN


$19.95 -- MEN'S
BUSH SHOES


$11.97


NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS


ST


RTS


MEN'S FALL

Suits
(Values to $69.95)
ONE HUGE GROUP
Plenty of Sizes and Colors
HOW CAN YOU MISS!

$9.97


I --


FRH
~L


22 ONLY MEN'S
SPORT
COATS
We know we are taking
A Beating
CLOSING THEM OUT!

$9.97


and ool Wash-N-Wear
SLAX


-- BUT GOING OUT FOR BETTER BUSINESS


Reg. to $3.95 Children's
HOUSE SHOES


$1 up


Reg. to $4.95 "Gustaves"
MOOD SHOES


Reg. $2.50 Boys
DUNGAREES


Reg. $2.95 Men's
DUNGAREES


Don't Throw
This Ad Away
Read All of It


AN ASTOUNDING MERCANTILE HAPPENING!


A TRAGEDY IN LOCAL RETAIL HISTORY. A $60,000 STOCK OF


LARGE GROUP OF
Men's SHOES
"Famous JARMAN"
Discontinued Numbers but Fine Quality


UP TO $16.95 VALUES!
$4.77


Men's Hats


"Famous ADAMS Make"
New Fall Felt Styles
Pre-Ticketed $7.50 Values
$2.97


--I
MEN'S SHIRTS
Reg. $2.98 "Manhattan"
High Count -- White Broadcloth
(Slightly Soiled)
$1.97
HURRY FOR YOUR SHARE


$1.97


--DO


I -~8~se Jr I. I


i


II


;1..


i


7--


lrl r


I 111


I _


m


111


F











ISS THI S





'LOWER in this |

SK -


YJU
p-


Reg. $3.95 Ladies
BERMUDA


horts


"Ivy League" Popular -
Back Belted Washable -
Sanforized Plain and Stripes

$2.77


Reg. to $3.98 Ladies' Terry

Beach Coats


SOUNDS FANTASTIC--BUT ITS TRUE i


OPEN FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
FRIDAY NIGHT WITH EXTRA SPECIALS


Larde Hem
RArklICIA 11.UUIV SEA &EE


A0 i 27r


JIN wmHIlE nANIr o loUr c
MEN'S WORK SHIRTS ($3.50 Value) $1.97
MEN'S WORK PANTS ($3,98 Value) $2.47
10 Ounce
BOY'S WESTERN JEANS $1.97
Reg. $1.25 Manhattan
MEN'S T-SHIRTS (All Whit.) 87c
Cotton
MEN'S DRESS SOX 4pr.$1.OO
MEN'S CABANA SUITS (Reg. to $6.95) $3.77
MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS Reg. to $1.98 $1.00
Manhattan
MEN'S SHORTS (Reg. $1.25) 87c
MEN'S CASUAL SLACKS (Values to $5.95 $3.00
MEN'S BERMUDA SHORTS (Reg. to $4.95) $3.57


LU G A G E


20% OFF


N'T MISS ONE HOUR of THIS AMAZING SALE--THRIFTY PEOPLE WILL BE HERE!


I Big Values Any Item
GRAB TABLE


I Reg. .98 Girl's Cotton
PANTIES (double seat)


c Reg. to $2.00 Men's
I7c BELTS


i


470I


MERCHANDISE PLACED UPON THE MIGHTY ALTAR OF SACRIFICED FOR ALMOST ANY PRICE IT WILL BRING.


PA


PORT ST. JOE


Y


FLORIDA


FACTS
DO NOT COMPARE
HIlS SALE OF REALLY FINE QUALITY
iTOCK WITH THE ORDINARY SALE,
FOR HERE WE OFFER YOU UNTOLD
SAVINGS ON THE WORLD'S FINEST
MERCHANDISE DON'T MISS THIS
SALE!


One Group Reg. to $3.95
Boy's Dress and
Sport Shirts
YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY!


7c


MEN'S
Straw HATS
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
Reg. $5.95 NOW ONLY $S3.47
Reg. $7.95 NOW ONLY $5477


wuuu
ro THE FIRST 100 ADULTS
WHO ENTER OUR STORE
ON FRIDAY MORNING AT
9:00 AND TO THE FIRST
100 ADULTS WHO ENTER
OUR STORE ON SATUR-
DAY MORNING AT 9:00
WE WILL GIVE A CHECK
VALUED AT $1.00 TO
$3.00 GOOD ON SALE
MERCHANDISE PRICED UP
FROM $5.00. JUST TAKE
THE CHECK AND SPEND
IT AS YOU WOULD YOUR
OWN MONEY REMEM-
BER ONLY ONE CHECK
PER ADULT CUSTOMER.


Reg. $13.95 Men's
Sport Shoes
"Jarman and Edgerton"
The Season's Newest
HURRY! HURRY! HURRY!


7


$9.7


40 Pr. Only -- Men's Reg. $3.95
Canvas Casuals
(Tred-Lite Brand)
Ideal for Fishing and Vacation


7


$2.9


0


I


I I


m


II `I


UlUimuim


--


Il I I I I I I I I I


9








THE STAR, Port St. Joe, PIa. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1967 '. .. ...... -

Scout Camp To Open
: At Eglin AFB Site
Boy Scouts .,i Eo \,l..rl 'h..
S.. "Gulf Coast Couatc l .1i11 l' ii -,,
/, ; _,:'. ,.-;: \ \ summer campiic .-...i ,11 '.,,.
'' *- ^Robbins, Eglin Air l 'rn ,
; A,- i -fT'T .next Sunday afterni. ri -
.' .. According to Cho i. .il Pr,:: in-i
..-- ---IT gn ma tf.o 3T U ,oz',1 .,71- V A
i-,an. a rhe L.anIp 1 ill ,l elt t.ir W ,- 1-a m d s
CAUTION PAYS.. weeks and will C'-r.- .,, .... i...l
ers from the. al- n ,r: iin i... r
Gulf Coast Cc; ,n:.-il R ., 'tu li
Regular checkups by your .ated -the sixth .*e i, i .
doctor go far to insure bette served for Ner, : ..vi.' I ,
more enjoyment from living. ea d ecr 'J" l. .- 4 '
Scout Exec tk,' J,.u- L Beni,. ,r
Should yourdoctor prescribe-- ... f gnhounced the .n ..tr ........ .
wo stand ready to fill your be Fred Minc bell, D _I r I ..' -
prescriptions quickly, accurately, tive of the Es,:.-Ru,.J Diiri.I II
always at fair prices. will hav6 as proc: ,. ... .
Frank Mathewvs :,r ti JD l. .. -. ,
liams, Distric: Ee:ut.&-'. ,-, 11 ..
Alabama-Florida- and Chloitqwhl.t- PICTURED ABOVE i. th- ne- rilant inanufit-[.tures .AiliILinuin siil way 71 just east of Port St. J,:J..
he -Ditricts- p'"r-' fie t -- ',,i,, ,,rr.- i.:;i,:.i 't-11 iu .t l D-ii. i r u..-,d in water softening aand Tihe company is a divioiun.t .t li
Minchell stated reservations con- vision- chemical plant which re- paper making. The plant is located Allied Chemical Corporation.
Buzzett s Drug Store tid-ue to come in. Approximately cently began operations here. The near the railroad crossing on High- Star Photo
PORT ST. JOE, FLA- 100 b oeye-are expected-each week. ---- ----- --....
Qualified leaders will serve on the oie away fromin the regular camp a is visitor's day and spec-
c titi~s where camping and cooking will be1 Thursday Ga ow
..,...sf.dr tec.t.. ,t1-ial activities-are planned which in-
Spendin-g Sunrmer Here -- .. [; i ,I Ies L-,.I-: .\11 phases done on a patrol basis. Aluminum ram in
Bert Munn, Jr., is spending Jis 'of 'camping and outdoor life will foil and tin can- cookery will be Council campfire Times Its Beginnin
summer vacation from The UniiiVe-'T"e- available to those attending featured at these .outings. ---
sity of the South ,at home withh camp. Each period of camp opens, on Scouts and Explorers who have It was just 36 years ago this
his parents Mr. and -Mrs. .Bert Oe, features of the camp each Sunday afternoon anid closes after not registered for camp should week that -Florida highway users
Munn, Sr. ...... week, w lT .bme .D rri .hi camp- lunch the following Saturday. contact their unit leaders and, first "began paling a Tax on gaso-


2,ningI/o TN 2eci/sfor Ever~yone!j


make reservations. Only register-
ed Scouts and Explorers can at-
tend camp and-- they must have
made advance reservations at the
Council Office.

Star Want Ads Get Results
Xdvertislng doesn't cost It PAYSI


line-a tax under which vehicle
owners now pay about 21.1 times
as much in yearly revenue as in
the first full year. the tax was in
force.
This was pointed out this ,week
by C. T. Ade, Chairman, Florida
'Petroleum 'Industries Commit-tee,
who recalled-that- the Florida state


,asollne tax, first imposed June
2i. 1:121. at a rate of one cent a
gallon. brought in $636,000 in rev-
-enu~ it.r first year. The federal tax
on ga.isuiine was not added _until
1932.
Nuw. lie said, the State tax, at
een-u i.tnts a gallon, is expected
i, t-ike in an estimated $98.9 mil-
liii during 1957, while the 3-cent
*fed-r.'l tax WilT" swell- the total
amuunri collected within this state
To arn .timated $134.3 million.
Ade noted that these combined
t'.a.e on gasoline, which Florida
highway users are now paying to


U PORT ST. JOE,


BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
110 HUNTER CIRCLE

Licensed Plumber
Can Handle Any Type Plumbing, Sinall or Large
15 Years Experience
ALL WORK GUARANTEED -. FREE-ESTIMATES

PHONE BAII 7-2541 At Any ime


the tune of a million dollars ev-
ery three days add up to 211 tifes
as much total revenue per year as
the original one-cent gas tax, al-
though there are now only 16 times
as many vehicles in the state as
there were in 1921.
Mbre significant than the increas-
ed number of cars, he said, is the
present combined tax rate of 10
cents a gallon in this state. which
is equivalent to a 47 per cent "sales
tax" on gasoline.

It pays to advertise try it!


PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA

THE CITIZENS FEDERAL

LET'S BUILD MORE
HOMES IN OUR TOWNS

You help us grow,
- \\e finance-more-homes 3I

Your SAVINGQSJunds~with
us are INSURED up to
$10,000.


PHONE
BA 7-4646


For 2nd half 1957
SAVINGS placed with. us by 10th July can earn full six
months dividend in 1957.


YOUR EMBLEM
Or SAFETY -Il


Ctiuzen

Federal

Saving


MAIL or
BRING Saving
funds to us
for, SAVINGS
ACCOUNT


S and LOAN ASSOCIATION of Port St. Joe





EXPERT REPAIRS...

RADIO and TELEVISION
CAR RADIOS REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT
Pick-Up and Delivery Service

Smith Radio & TV Repairs
Phone BAll 7-5591 Corner Reid and Third


De Luxe Super Champion

RAYON


Six*

Blackwall


95e


recappable


Plus tax and
recappable tire


Nationwide-ifetime-Guarantee-See us for details


RAYONS:


TUBED TYPE -- -TttBt
SIZE BLACK* WHITE. -BLACK*
6.004 6$13.95--1110 $-
6.50-16 11.15 23.45
6.40-15 15.40 -
6.70-15 15.95 19,50 17.95
7.10-15----85---.4-1- -
7.60-15 19.55 23.95 21.85.
8.00-15 .- ----
*ppls -tax and-recappable tie--- --


WHITE'


22.05
26.85
29.85
-- 1


PASSENGER
TIRE

-craslow-rs-
1 o down
75c
- a we e.
Let us open
yoyr account
today !


NYLONS
TUBED TYPE TUBELESS
SIZE BLACK* WHITE* BLACK* WHITE*
6.70-15 $19.95 $24.50 $22.55 $27.65
7.10-15 22.15 27.10 24.75 30.30
7.60-15 24.25 29.65 27.10 33.25
8.00-15 -36.5
6.00-16 18.30 -
*plus tax and recapjable tire


64 paCe .. TRUCKERS SAVE
'. Rand McNally v

TRAVEL 0G ; TRANSPORT
Ccriin ay ".I.--tallSi-z .. .
48 '- ,.le n C an Plus tax --
rd .'.'e..:o and*
hn Buy recappable
ohn to Bu,/. ), tire
Just Come in As Low As 2.00 a Week


-Brawny beauty that knows how to work-the high-styled Cameo CarrierI


Hard-working pickups fhat know


howto save... bthChevies


Choice of gas-saving 6 or
high-performance V8*!
More usable load space-no
inboard wheelhousings!
Husky bodies with hardwood
floors ... steel skid strips.
Be sure to see other Chevy-
pickups with the new 98-inch
box or the extra-big 108-inch
box-and the new 4-Wheel
Drive models with G.V.W. rat-
ings up to 7400 pounds!


"-uSa i &SYUTO ,SIAU rraLY p D WAEALRER
Iurjih=,o popu warV pickluEp in America! -SEE YOUR LOC 4L AUTHORIZED -
lRE ..U. un.& It. CH fr M Hs pE VRWeOLET DEALER
IL O w '-N1.. .. ii '. .. .
M N .- MI .I MOM"L- iii iilll il i


- -- - -, --~--r~~~lk~a r


- -~ -- .-- ---------- --- -.- ...


-