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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1957
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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THE


STAR


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


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR


IORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1957


SINGLE COPY So


Will Appear In City Park At 2:00


Jolly Old Saint Nick Will


Visit Port St. Joe Saturday


Port St. Joe will receive a welcome visitor
Saturday afternoon-welcomed by the small fry,
at least.
That jolly little fellow with the shiny red
nose and the belly that shakes like a bowl full of
jelly will visit Port St. Joe. None other than
SANTA CLAUS!
Old Santa will visit Port St. Joe Saturday af-
ternoon at 2:00 p.m. in the City Park. Santa will
make his annual rounds of the city to sort of look
over the lay of the land and look for any new
houses-with children in them-that were not on
his route last year. He will be escorted on this


J. L. Sharit Elected To Head State /

Telephone Association At Convention


Turkey Hunters Get Two Bucks


trip by the Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment and on one of the City's big fire trucks.
Santa will be at the Park sharply at 2:00
p.m. to talk to all the kids and pass them a few
goodies to remember him by.
Santa is being brought on this pre-Christmas
visit by the Retail Merchant's Division of the Port
St. Joe Chamber of Commerce.
In connection with the visit of Santa Claus
the Christmas decorations in the city will be
turned on this week end to officially herald in the
Yule Season to Port St. Joe.
Santa wants to offer a special invitation to
every child iq town to meet him Saturday.


J. L. Sharit of Port St. Joe and
Vice-President of the St. Joseph
Telephone and Telegraph Company
with headquarters in this city was
elected president of the Florida
Telephone Association Tuesday.
'Sharit, along with Howard Mc-
Kinnon, also of this city are in Mi-
ami Beach attending the 50th con-
vention of the Florida Telephone
Association this week. The associa-
tion is made up of 23 telephone
companies serving the state of
Florida.
Sharit will serve for the year
1958.
One of the main items taken up
at the convention was the study of
ways and means to get taxes re-
moved from telephone service that
were applied during the recent
World War.


Postmaster C L Costin Urges Early

Mailing and Use of Provided Eacilities


"Mail Early and Often for Christ- deposited by December 16. He said


mas" is the plea of postmaster
Chauncey Costin and the employees
of the Port St. Joe post office.
Costin recalled last year that
patrons of the post office were
most cooperative and as a result
all mail deposited prior to Christ-
mas day was dispatched or deliver-
ed locally; however, it is anticipat-
ed that mailings this season will
greatly surpass any that we have
had in the past, and with the cur-
tailed budget of the Post Office De-
partment full cooperation from
patrons will enable the local post
office to render the service desired
without excess use of man-hours.
Costin suggested that mailings
for distant states be deposited at
the post office by December 10,
and that mail for local delivery be


that work in the post office could
be greatly expedited and better ser-
vice rendered if patrons would sep-
arate mailings by "Local" and
"Out of Town" and use the lable
which is available upon request at
the post office.
Costin also suggested that greet-
ing cards be given the "personal
appeal" by being sent first class,
as the 3c postage will take priority
in dispatch and delivery and can
also be forwarded or returned with-
.out the collection of additional post-
age. Late mailings should be sent
by air with special delivery service
if arrival is on Christmas day. A
letter, or other writing, may be en-
closed in a .package provided a no-
tation is made on the outside )f
(Continued On Page 4)


Lt. Governor of Kiwanis Charges

Local Club To Meet 1958 Goals


The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club meeting where they enjoyed a fine
had its quarterly visit from their program. This month, the Club is
District Lt. Governor Tuesday at sending four delegates to the State
their regular meeting. Convention in Miami. Those mem-
The Lt. Governor, Raymond Cart bers of the Key Club to make the
ledge of Cottondale was accompan- trip are Jimmy Adams, Jackie Grif-
ied by his predecessor, W. C. Star- fin, Edward Smith and Charles Boy-
lin,. .f Panama City. er.
The nine objectives of Kiwanis Guests of the club Tuesday were


for the coming year were outlined
for the club. They are as follows:
Community service.
Support for adequate education.
Fight inflation.
Encourage efficient and econom-
ical economy in Government.
Back attack on traffic accidents.
Expand opportunities for senior
citizenship.
Promote public understanding
and qualified treatment of mental
illness.
Sponsor community beautification
'Recognized worthy public service.
The Lt. Governor challenged the
local club to improve its grade. He
charged the local club with mak-
ing the lowest grade in his district
and urged their cooperation in
bringing their grade and attend-
ance up to normal.
In its work with the Key Club,
an organization of youths at the
St. Joe High School, Dick Lamber-
son reported that he had taken five
members to Marianna to a district


Gary Gray of Panama City and
Charles Boyer and Jimmy Adams of
the Key Club.



Cancer Society Offers
Thanks For Services

The Gulf County Unit of the
American Cancer Society would
like to thank Mrs. Gus Creech,
Mrs. Wayne Buttram, Mrs. Leonard
Belin, Mrs. Albert Davis, Mrs. B.
B. Scisson and Mrs Jlames McCall
for their help in making the recent
"Meet Your Neighbor Sale" a suc-
cess.
We are also grateful to the Qual-
ity Grocery, IGA Foodliner, A & P
Store, Piggly Wiggly in Port St.
Joe; McCormick Super Market and
Player Super Market in Highland
View and Guilford's Grocery at Bea-
con Hill for helping us make this
sale possible.


Cops, Cold Weather

Nab Two Young

Bandits Saturday

Local law enforcement officers,
the Gulf County Sheriff Department
and local Highway patrol officers
were 'kept running last Saturday
night by a youthful pair of Alabama
boys who had robbed a Carrabelle
business.
Trooper Travis Aplin and Sheriff
B. E. Parker received radio mes-
sages Saturday afternoon that a
pair of boys, 15 and-17 years of age.
had robbed a business in Carra-
'belle of about 100.00, l",d stolen a
car and were headed .his way.
.Trooper Aplin ar i the Sheriff
met the duo on the Apalachicola
Highway and chased them back to
Point St. Joe. At the overpass con-
struction, 'the boys took to the left
of the overpass and thought they
had run into a dead end. They
then abandoned their car, a 1954
Buick and hiked it toward the St.
Joe Paper Company woodyard. The
boys waded a ditch that was about
waist deep In getting to their hid-
ing place. After gaining entrance to
the woodyard the boys hid In a
crane that was not being used.
Police threw up a cordon around
the area and waited them out. Last
Saturday night the temperature
dropped to freezing and along
about midnight, the boys, freezing
cold in their wet clothes, decided
they had enough and came out of
their hiding place.
The boys were armed with a .32
pistol but did not use it against
their pursuers.


Christmas Seals

Are Now Mailed

Lawrence Bissett, Seal Sale
Chairman for the Gulf County TB
and Health Association announced
this week that all Christmas Seals
had been mailed out.
Bissett said that the Association
owes a debt of thanks to the stu-
dents at Port St. Joe High School
who addressed, stuffed and mailed
out the Seals and the annual mes-
sage of appeal from the TB and
Health Association.
Bissett urges that you not 4slay,
returning your money-for the seals
in the self-addressed envelope en-
closed in the Seals. Make your
checks payable to the Gulf County
TB and Health Association. These
funds are used to aid citizens of
Gulf County in TB hospitals and
to aid in the nation-wide fight to
stamp out TB.
Bissett stated that if by any re-
mote chance you haven't received
an envelope of the seals, you may
call him either at the St. Joe Pa-
per Company or at his home and
the seals will be quickly forthcom-
ing.

Florida Boys Quartet
At Highland View


TWO "UNSUCCESSFUL" HUNTERS-Clyde A. "Skinny" Fite (left)
Ed Ramsey (right) and a deer (center) met accidentally last week
in the swamp near Scott's Ferry. Ed and Skinny had gone into
the swamp turkey hunting. (Ed had become lost in the spot last
year and spent the night in the swamp fighting mosquitoes and
watching turkeys go by-he has been hunting them ever since.)
Ed and Skinny were minding their own business, watching for
turkeys when two big bucks wandered In front of them. They
shot the bucks and knocked off turkey hunting for the rest of the
day. (,Star photo)



Rotary Governor


Visits Here Today


The Rotary Club of IPort St. Joe
today will be host to Henry W.
Dew, Governor of the 694th Dis-
trict of Rotary International, who
is making his annual official visit
to each of the 35 Rotary Clubs in
his district. He will address the
local club and confer with the pres-
ident, secretary and committee
chairmen on Rotary administra-
tive and service activities.
,Mr. Dew is a member and past
president of the Rotary Club of
Jacksonville. He was elected as a
district governor of Rotary Inter-
national for -the 1957-58 fiscal year
at Rotary's 49th Annual Conven-
tion in Lucerne, Switzerland, last
May. He is one of 249 district gov-
ernors supervising the activities
of more than 9,500 Rotary Clubs
which have a membership of 446,-
000 business and professional ex-
ecutives in 102 countries through-
out the free world.
Wherever Rotary Clubs are lo-
cated, 'President Jimmy Greer of
the Port St. Joe Rotary Club, as-
serted in discussing the governor's
visit, their activities are similar to
those of the Rotary Club of Port
St. Joe because they are based on
the same general objectives-devel-
oping better understanding and fel-
lowship among business and pro-
fessional men, promoting commun-
ity-betterment undertakings, raising
tle standards of business and pro-
fessions, and fostering the advance-
ment of good will, understandi-ig
and peace among all the people
of the world.
Each year, this world-wide ser
vice organization continues to grow
in numbers and in strength. Presi-
dent Dew added. During the pas'
fiscal year, 341 new Rotary Clubs
were organized in 41 countries of
North, South and Central America.
Europe, Asia, Africa and the Islands
of the Pacific and six countries


The Florida Boys' Quartet will were added to Rotary's roster-
be at the Highland View Elemen- Cambodia, French Cameroon, Gua-
tary School on Friday, December deloupe, French Equatorial Africa,
1i. Liechtenstein and Uganda.
The concert is being sponsored
by the Highland View PTA to raise --
funds for their school work. Visitors From DeLand
Tickets are on sale at Danley
Furniture Company and will be on Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ramsey
.sale at the Highland View Elemen- and daughter, Beth were the guests
tary School auditorium at the con- of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ramsey
cert. Tickets are 75c and 50c. this past week end.


HENRY W. DEW

Women! Cancer Movie
Tonight At 7:30 P.M.

Bill Cowden, eduactional chair-
man of the Gulf County Chapter
of the American Cancer Society
reports that all women who could
not make the showing of the two
cancer films at the Port Theatre
this morning may see the same
movies at the Elementary School
at 7:30 tonight.
The films deal with how women
may recognize the danger signals
of cancer and stop Its growth be.
fore It gets started. There is no
charge for the movie.
4-K

Baptist NW Florida
Association Meets Here

The monthly Exceutive Commit-
tee meeting of the Northwest Coast
Baptist Association was held Tues-
day in the Long Avenue Baptist
Church here in Port St. Joe with a

large number of area Baptists at-
tending.
Foremost in the discussion was
the discussion of plans for a school
of missions in February. During the
period of this mission school, 10
missionaries will visit each church
in the Association.
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Spends Holiday Here
Martha Costin spent the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Costin.


Sharks Will Begin




Cage Season On




Tuesday, Dec. 10


Sharks Receive

Sportsmanship

Award Monday

The 1957 Sharks received an ad-
ditional honor last week-one which
was given this year for the first
tme. The honor bespeaks the kind
of boys who make up the cham-
pionship team of the Northwest
Florida Conference.
The award was the first annual
Sportsmanship trophy presented
this year for the first time by the
Gulf Coast Officials' Association
which officiated over the games the
Sharks played this year.
The trophy was presented at the
Officials' annual banquet held at
Carson's Restaurant in Panama
City Monday night.
The award was established by
the officials to promote better
sportsmanship in the schools that
the Gulf Coast Official's work games
for. The trophy was received for
the Sharks by Coaches Marion
Craig and Lamar Faison on behalf
of the NWFC champions and was
presented by Crawford Mosley,
,president of the Association.
Coach Craig said, "The officials
were complimentary in their state,
ments concerning the way our
players conducted themselves on
the field and the treatment that
they received in general from the
fans and our principal, Leroy Bow-
doin. A winning team usually re-
cieves its share of honors, but we
are proudest of this one."
-.

Sharks Will Wind

Up Grid Season Friday

The St. Joe Sharks will journey
once more to Shalimar tomorrow
night to try and play their last
game of the season against the
Choctawhatchee Indians. The game
was originally scheduled for two
weeks ago and was rained out.
Game time will be at 8:30 p.m.
Port St. Joe time.
Coach Marion Craig told The
Star that "The Choctaws have in-
timated that their team is super-
ior to the Sharks. Our boys realize
that the prestige of the NWFC
Conference is at stake along with
their personal pride. It should be
some football game to watch."
This game will wind up the foot-
ball season for the Sharks.

On Business Trip
Gordon Hallmark is on a busi-
ness trip to Atlanta, Ga.


Open Season

On Home Court

Against Altha

The Port St. Joe Sharks basket-
ball schedule was announced this
week for the coming season. The
Sharks will begin the season next
Tuesday, December 10 when they
meet Altha on the local court at
8:00 p.m.
The schedule is as follows:
Dec. 10, Althia, here.
Dec. 17, Marianna, Here
Dec. 20, Bay High, there
Jan. 7 Quincy, there
Jan. 10, Sneads, there
Jan. 11, Ohipley, here
Jan. 14 Altha there
Jan. 17, Blountstown, here
Jan. 18, Chipley, there
Jan. 21 Wewahitchka, here
Jan. 24, Marianna, there
Jan. 28, Apalachicola, there
Jan. 31, Sneads, here
Feb. 1, Vernon, here
Feb. 3, Apalachicola, here
Feb. 5-8 NWF Conference Tour-
nament
Feb. 11, Wewahitchka, there
Feb. 14, Malone, there
Feb. 15 Quincy here
Feb. 18, Bay High, here
Feb. 21, Malone, here
Feb. 22, Vernon, there
Feb. 22, Vernon, there
Feb. 27, March 1, Group II Class
B Tournament.
March 5-8 State Basketball Tour-
nament.
Returning lettermen are: Terry
Hinote, Wayne Taylor, Frank Flet-
cher, Jackie Mitchell, Ed Smith
and James Knight.
Coach Marion Craig says, "The
time element will make it difficult
for this team to reach an efficient
level in our early games. However,
we expect to have a good basket-
ball team in a few weeks. We have
the hardest working athletes in
high school circles. The coaching
staff is confident that they will
work to overcome the advantage
mapy teams have gained by early
games and practice sessions.


Hospital Auxiliary Wants
Toys For Children

The Hospital Auxiliary wishes
to remind people that they are now
collecting used toys for the rum-
mage sale. So many people dep )n I
on your old toys to help Santa
Claus supply the boys and girls.
Rummage of all kinds is also
badly needed. Call Mrs. Lawrence
Bissett if you have toys or wearing
apparel that someone might use


Dr. Norman G. Dunning Bringing Series

Of Messages At Methodist Church
On the evenings of December 4, ,
5 and 6, Dr. Norman G-. Dunning, a'. N D.
an English Methodist minister, ,
will preach at the Methodist Church
of Port St. Joe.
Dr. Dunning is world renowned l : v
in his field. He has toured the
world, spoken in many of the capi-
tol cities, has served as pastor and -
,professor in his church, and chap-
lain of the Royal Air Force.
Dr. Dunning is in great demand
as a preacher in the churches of ..
England and Canada. Recently ne
has spoken to over-flowing crowds
in Ocean Grove, New Jersey, Fifth
Avenue Presbyterian Church of
New York City, and also in New
York Avenue Presbyterian Church
in Washington, D. C.
The messages of Dr. Dunning are Rev. Norman G. Dunning
vital and up to date. He is espec-
ially concerned with the Church Visit In Bainbridge
and her people.
Don't miss this opportunity of Mr. and Mrs. Foy Scheffer and
hearing a great British preacher. children visited relatives in Bain-
This is perhaps his last trip in this bridge, Ga., during the Thanksgiv-
area. ing holidays.
The public is invited to attend -
these sessions. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


NUMBER 10


J. L. SHARIT


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Garden Club Sponsoring Contest

On Christmas Decorations for Home

Are you proud of your home? 1. Decorated entrance door.
Do you take as much pride in the 2. Window display.
exterior of your house as in the; 3. Most attractive outdoor tree.
interior? With the holidays fast 4. Any other outdoor display.
approaching, here is your chance A panel of out-of-town qualified
to prove it by entering the Gardne judges will select the best intries a
Club's outdoor Christmas decorat- few days before Christmas and
ing contest, flowering plants will be awarded
the winners.
Think about what motif would
best suit your home; browse Everyone is invited to partici-
'est bsuIt your home; browse
pate in this contest by filling out


through the Decem J bGer issues of theLl
home magazines; scour the attic
or garage for.trimmings and mater-
ials to work with; use a little in-
genuity and the proverbial elbow
grease and you'll achieve the de-
sired effect to brighten up your
home for a happier Christmas.
The following categories will be
included in the contest:


a coupon to be inserted in The
Star next week or by registering
with Mrs. Ralph Nance, Phone
BAll 9-1176.

THE LATEST WEATHER
WJOE
1570 On Your Dial


Barbara Ann Williams Observes

17th Birthday With Party


Miss Barbara Ann Williams cel-
ebrated her seventeenth birthday
Saturday night, November 17, at
her home in White City.
Refreshments of birthday cake,
cokes and potato chips were served
to the following persons, Harold
Lundy, Ken Burges, Ted Cannon,
'John Presis, Paul Lee, Ava Jor-
dan Bill Jordan, Joyce Hayes,
James Ivey, Drew Hall, Buddy
'Love, Dennis Williams, Tommy
Williams, Lewis Ray Joel Morris,


Kathryn Elliott, Ann Hall Sandra
'Smith, Dan Barton, Galord Seaver-
son, William Lucas, Billy Skipper,
Durline Sykes, 'Carolyn Smith, Dor-
othy Walker, Jack Hall, Bonnie
Whitfield, June Faircloth Rebecca
Martin Melba Dean Armstrong,
Earl Peak, June Coker, Kate Til-
man, Laura Sewell, Chuck Bran-
non, Ben Causey, Joe Sapp, Peggy
Chafin, Marie Smith and Jim Shi-


Mrs. Croxton Has Charge
Of WSCS Meeting
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service held its regular month-
ly business meeting Monday, De-
cember 2 in the Methodist Church
sanctuary with Mrs. G. S. Croxton,
president, in charge.
'Mrs. W. M. Howell, Jr., read
Psalms 105 and in this advent sea
son the devotional was from one
of Dr. Norman Vincent Peal's arti-
cles, "Why It's Important To Give
Thanks", closed with an advent
prayer.
Mrs. Croxton conducted the busi-
ness session. Reports from officers,
chairmen and meeting places of
Circles to meet Monday, December
9 at 3:00 was decided as follows.
Circle 1, meets with Mrs. H. R.
Adams.
Circle 2 meets with Mrs. Paul
Blount.
Circle 3 meets with Mrs. H. T.
Ricketson.
Circle 4 meets at 9:30 a.m. with
Mrs. Bob King.
The business being concluded the
meeting closed with the society
benediction.

Hospital Auxiliary Names
New Rummage Committee
The Hospital Auxiliary Rummage
Sale has appointed a new rummage
committee. The committee is com-
posed of Mrs. Lawrence Bissett,
chairman; Mrs. Silas R. Stone,
and Mrs. Sarah Logan Kenny.
They will' be glad to pick up any
rummage you have and it is needed
desperately.


WSCSCircle 4 Meets THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.

With Mrs. R. E. King Sikes Makes Tax
WSCS Circle number 4 met last Guide Available
Monday morning in th home of
'Mrs. Robert King. Congressman Bob Sikes announc-
The minutes of the last meeting ed today that the 1957 edition of
weThe minutes of th. e last meeting. the Farmers' Tax Guide will be a-
were given by Mvailable to the public during the
The treasurer's report was given I
by Mrs. J. L. Temple, Mrs. Ed Ram- month of December.
sey, chairman, gave a very brief The Guide, written especially for
business report and turned the farmers, explains in plain, nontech-
meeting over 'to Mrs. King. nical language most of the income
The devotional program present- tax rules which concern them. The
ed by Mrs. King was one of the many examples used show how the
most impressive of the year. With rules apply in actual situation, and
the ten members present in quiet sample records and filled-in tax
meditation, she -brought the Chris- return forms ,are included in the
tion Choir, by phonograph record- booklet.
ings, singing a 15 minute program
of loved and favorite hymns. The
program was then closed with the
members forming a friendship cir-
cle as Mrs. King gave a prayer.
The next meeting will be Decem-
ber 9. Mrs. Jimmy Harrison will be


hostess in the 'home of Mrs. 'Rob-
ert King.
'ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The Rev. Gardner D. Underhill
Priest-in-charge
'Second Sunday in Advent, Dec.
8. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of the Ho-
ly Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., Church
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning .prayer
and sermon. 7:30 pm,. The Episco-
pal Young Churchmen.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 5, 1967

"This publication is free," Sikes
said, "and may be obtained from
the local Internal offices or from
the county agents and willbe ex-
tremly helpful to framers in mak-
ing their tax returns."
Visit In Bainbridge
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they go by it." Bennett explained
S* that this is a rule to keep every-
Washinaton body on his toes and to louble
check every operation of the trala.
"BCy the time we pulled Into S%-
SEE SAW **too o eo
vannah," he said, "I underst )od
by WIN PENDLETON how to read most of the signals and
was crying them out along wLuh
BLOW DAT WHISTLE-One day the other trainmen." After this
last week when the Seaboard's Sil- ride, he's inclined to go along with
ver Meteor pulled into Savannah, the idea of changing the law.
from Jacksonville, the station mas Bennett's train ride recalls an-
ter saw a strange face at the win other little known precarious ef-
dow of the cab. Congressman Cthar- fort he made to get his informa-
lie Bennett had just brought his tion on the ground floor-or rather
first train in on time. on the river bottom. In 1952, a
This was Charlie's first ride in Jacksonville firm was granted tae
the cab of a diesel engine. He was- contract to inspect and repair a
n't exactly the engineer-just fa special communications line runn-
guest. Reason' for his riding the cab ing between the Capitol' and tho
instead of the parlor car wasn't to Pentagon Building. A question
satisfy a lifelong ambition to be about the difficulty of the ope ra-
a railroad engineer. This trip was tion arose. Charlie said he'd like
to pick up a bit of first-hand infor- to take a look. The spot he had to
mation about a proposed change see was at the bottom of the Po-
in a federal' law. tomac River.
The law now says that railroad Into a diver's suit he went and
workers can't work mrre than 16 with the help of the undersea ex-
continuous hours. Recently a group ports, the Congressman took his
of railroad employees asked Con- turn in the knee deep mud and silt
gressman Bennett to sponsor a of the Potomac.


change in the law that would lim-
it the working time to 14 hours.
Bennett, who belongs to the old
school of hard work, said that he
often works 16 to 18 hours a day
himself and that he couldn't see
any need to change the law limit-
ing the amount of time a man
could work, so long as he was be-
ing paid for it.
The railroad workers explained
that in some jobs the tension was
,so severe and the responsibility so
great that working 16 hours actual-
ly could be dangerous. When Ben-
nett wasn't 100% convinced his vis-
itors suggested that he take a look
for himself. And on Bennett's next
trip to Washington, he was giver
a seat in the cab of the engine
where he could get a close up look
at one of the more exacting Jobs,.
"They were right," he said. "It
isn't as easy as it looks. You havee
to keep a constant lookout for sig-
nals. Everybody who works uo in
front checks every signal-and
Mch one calls out the signal woen
they first see it and again when


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Bennett has a long record of ser-
vice on the Armed Services Com- "I think his brakes a grabbing."
mittee. So, don't be surprised one
of these days if you read about him
hitch-hiking a ride into outer space a .Notes lengths and planted in the most
on an Army rocket. Garden l U NoteS suitable spot.
SOUTH OF THE BORDER-Off Cutting poinsettias for house dec-
to South'America for a combined POINSETTIA, FLOWER FOR oration is a chore. Carry a lall of
business and pleasure junket are, CHRISTMAS very hot water to the garden,
Marilee and Layton MacNichol. Poinsettias belong to Christmas. plunge the stem in, taking care
Mrs. MacNichol, of Riverview, is a Actually the flowers are the small not to let the steam scald the
secretary to Congressman Jim Ha- yellow and green knobs in the cen- 'bloom. A candle flame under the
ley. Mr. MacNichol, a Washington ter of the scarlet bracts which are stem serves the same purpose or
attorney, is traveling to South really like painted leaves, but they a burn over a gas jet, holding the
America as an official delegate to provide the glory, head away from the heat. Some
the Inter-American Bar Confer- If the plants are cut back several gardeners rub the cut stem end in
ence, now meeting in Buenos Aires. times in warm weather, they will garden soil. Other gardeners dip
He is a member of the Inter-Amer- branch out and provide more so- the stem in icy water.
ican Committee of the District of- called flowers. It allowed to grow Dr. Joel Poinsett spent several
Columbia Bar Association. The Mac on one stem, the flower will be years in Mexico as ambassador cf
Nichols will stop off for sight-see- much larger and possibly the flow- the United States, from about 1821
ing visits,in Lima, Santa Cruz, Sia- er will withstand the cold better by to 1829. He saw this plant growing
tiago and Montevideo. being mature and not of tender wild and brought some back to his
growth. Under the eaves and awn- garden "Cast Bianca" in Charles
THE LATEST WEATHER aings they do better than when at ton, S. C. Thus the.plant received
THE LATEST WEATHEk the mercy of the wind and weather. its name and thus he has ever-last-
Sh 0 never the stalks are cut ing credit for having thought of
S- down, they may be put aside to dry. his country and brought to it more
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Truck Driver Narrowly Escapes

Death On Victory Bridge Saturday
Shown hanging down over the a
Apalachicola River sideways across state Hopes For
Victory Bridge is a Roy Pigg semi-
trailer truck which stopped traffic N Wa Safety Record
over the bridge from about 2:00 N y
p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Saturday af-
ternoon. TALLAHASSEE-The way it
Trooper A. P. Floyd said E. L. looks now, Flo'rido is going to get
Brannon of North Little Rock Ar- through 1,57 with considerably less
Brannon of North Little Rock Ar- highway crash deaths than last
kansas, was driving the truck west year, which means a new safety
on Victory Bridge when an oncom- record for the state.
ing car forced the truck against
the bridge's rail. The truck bounc- When these lines were written,
ed off the north rail, then ricochet- the state was 161 deaths under the
ed through the south rail where the figure for the same time last year,
cab became suspended in air. The with a little less thon a month to
driver was not hurt and neither go on 1957
were the Florida oranges, the tear- "The same way they say Rome
'go being hauled by the ruck. wasn't built in a day, traffic safe-
Another wreck took place Sat- ty doesn't ,just happen," said
urday afternoon indirectly caused Comdr. H. N. Kirkman. "We have
by the truck on the bride. Chief E. to keep on the alert and every pre-
J. King was notified of the acci- caution has to be executed in order
dent and was hurrying down to- to hold the line.
ward the Victory B'irdge when he "Florida Highwoy Patrol troopers
accidentally hit a right new 1958 are on the alert day and night in
Dodge driven by its proud owner, an effort to hold down traffic acci-
d. W. Lowry. The damage was es- dents and traffic deaths. The dri-
timated at.maround $200. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla,
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ver has a great stake in this effort,
and by cooperating, lives can be
saved."
"Colonel Kirkman warned that
the "holiday daze" is just ahead,
meaning that December will be a
time of merry making and carefree
fun raising. "So, in order to save
your neck, use your head," was
his plea to drivers all over.
'Gulf County still has no traffic
fatalities to report in the year 1957,
according to local Highway Patrol-
man Travis Aplin. Aplin urges that
residents of the county take ape-
cial precautions throughout the re-
maining days of 1957 and do their
part in keeping Gulf County at the
top of the list.
Holiday Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. James Daniell and
family of Winchester, Tenn., spent
the holidays with his parents. Mr.


and Mrs. J. F. Daniell and Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Shirah and family. The
Daniell family had Thanksgiving
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Emmette
Daniell of this city.
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relatives Friday,
: Lizz Keels of Tyndal AFB vis-
E.E jA t( ited Mrs. Bonnie McPherson Thurs-
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Mr. and (Mrs. Hosie Barfield and
PublMhed Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida children, Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims
By The Star Publishing Company chlrn Mr a r. Pa is
Edito y and Mr. and-.Mrs. Gene Adkins vis-
W R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher itde in Panama City Sunday eve-
Also Lidotype Operator, Ad Man, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader .ning,
ONE YEAR, 3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50 Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke spent
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE two days of last week visiting with
entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, ( -- Mrs. Burke's sisters, Mrs. J. L.
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879. Parker of Holt and Mrs. H. A.
DIAL BAi 7-3161' Kelly of Florala, Ala.
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers 1Mrs. G. W. Skipper and Mrs. W.
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such VIo, M FIRES F V. Burke spent Friday night and
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convince.. Saturday in Vernon at the Skipper
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains. home
The spoken word Is given scant 'attention; the printed word is thoughtfully Mr. and Mrs Carlos Miles Visite
hig father and mother Sunday in
S* 'Southport, Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Santa To Bring The Christmas Spirit Miles. .
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett vis-
We are proud to see that our local merchants are getting ited over the week end in DeFun-
f true spirit of Christmas. None of this over-commercialization iak Springs with relatives and
)n the Santa Claus or Christmas theme will be evident this year friends.
11 Port St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weeks gave
SPort St. Joe. --a most enjoyable Thanksgiving
The local 'merchants are still going to follow their annual Party on Thursday evening, Novem-
lractice of bringing Santa Claus to town, but this year there will g- ..p4 ber 21. Th .spacious living room
)e no big city-wide sale tied in with the event. The merchants b.__2. 1-.- was effectively enhanced by a horn
of plenty over-flowing with fruits
vill bring Santa to town this week end strictly for the enjoyment of plenty over-flowing with fruits
Sthe children. AMW AVy zV/ O ,rikR L /e co.sc/os and a large open 'Bible beneath the
W the chddren. soft glow of white candles on the
We don't say that the individual merchants will not adver- frdining room table served as a very
ise for Christmas business. Nearly everyone will give gifts for appropriate center. Games were
Dhristmas and naturally your local merchants will be after the played and prizes were won by Mrs.
businesss -- and we feel they should have the local business. LI J *V,. and Mrs. Peter Curtis and children. W. C. Forehand and Joe Barfield.
-eretofore, however, the advent of Santa Claus' visit has meant land View Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brock at- Refreshments of fruit cake, nuts,
big Christmas city-widever, the sale. In other words, Santa was helping PHONE BAl 74652 tended the Pentecostal Holiness candy and coffee were served to the
.o stir Christmas city-wading at the beginning of the season. But By MRS. EULA ROGERS Church in Wewahitchka Sunday following guests: Rev. and Mrs.
Sstir up Christmas trading at the beginning of the season. ut y ROGERS night. Henry Mott, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
sere the season is nearly two weeks old and the children are now Written For Last Week Mrs. Katherine Brown and Bob Forehand, Miss Barbara Brown,
beginning to thank in terms of just so many more days until Mrs. Berence Dobark has as her by visited in Wewahitchka Sunday Mrs. Eloyce Pratt, Mrs. Ada L.
Christmas. We believe this is a good gesture on the part of the guests her sister and brother-in-law evening. "Mrs Hozie Barfield, Joe Barfield,
merchants and feel that the visit of Santa this late in the month Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison of Mr. and Mrs., David Hinote and Marvin ,Barfield, Miss Mary Cox,
will have more of a "Christmas" meaning for the children as well Pennslivania. daughter Alice of Macon, Ga., vis- Miss Mary Cole, Mrs. Eula Rogers,
as the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rorace Patterson ited Mrs. Hinote's- brother Satur- Mrs. Marjorie Cumbie Mr. and Mrs.
We also note that the city has waited until this week to and children of Panama City spent da3, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cumbie. Brooks KIennington Mrs. Lorene
put up the Christmas lights also. We would like to point out the week end with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee and daugh- Seawright, Mr. and Mrs. Peavy
put up the Christmas lights also. We wouand Mrs. Homer Patterson. ter Sandy were called to Milton Mim ad Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
that this wasn't due to not wanting them up earlier. The lights Mr. and. Mrs. Bowen Earnest o& ,over the week end due to the death Weeks.
have needed some replacement parts and also additional decora- Donalsonville, Ga., were week end of Mr. Lee's brother, Hulon G. Lee. W
Pons were ordered. The order was not given to put them up guests of their son and family, Rev. ,Mrs. Herman Brock were called
until all the decorations arrived. and Mrs. T. C. Earnest and chil to Marianna Sunday due to illness Circle 3 Meets
So, even though the city as a whole is getting a later start dre of her mother, Mrs. John Skipper With Mr. D ren
than usual into 'the Christmas holiday spirit, we predict that this, The Bob Raffields had as their in Jackson County Hospital. With Mrs. Duren
than usual into the beChristChristmas holiday spirit, we predict that thiguests this week end, his sister Mr. and Mrs. IVMathaw Gray vis- Mrs. I. W. Duren was hostess to
will be one of the best Christmases ever. and family from Panama City, Mr. ited in Fountain with friends and Circle 3 of the Woman's Society of
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Christian Service in her home oa.
Sunter Circle, November 25.
The subject of the devotional was
"Bible Reading", with scripture
from Romans 15:1-6 by Mrs. C. L.
Costin, followed by .prayer.
Mrs. Norton Kilbourne presented
a program on the subject of "High
Schools and Colleges" supported by
the Woman's Society in various
mission fields as well as-the U. S.
Part of the program was in the
form of a quiz.
During the business session Mrs.


W. D. Jones presided and routine
reports made and pledges were col-
lected by the treasurer, Mrs. L.
Belin.
Delicious holiday refreshments
were served during the social hour
to the 13 present which included
Mrs. Deskins, a new member and
Mrs. G. S. Croxton, president of the
Woman's Society of Christian 'Ser-
vice.
The meeting closed with the So-
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Science Marches On-
Do you want to learn all about rockets, satellites and tra-
veling to the moon? Then just pick up any one of the more popu-
ar magazines lately and you will learn all about it.
Until Russia's Sputniks took to the air, we had no idea
just how a great a scale the U. S. was working on this project --
tuntil it was made public in practically every piece of reading ma-
terial available. From ;these sources of information, we take it
that the U. S. is striving for more far-reaching goals than the
placing of a satellite in the sky.
-' We hold far greater significance to the fa-ct that the U. S.
.has shot a rocket into the air: 5,000 miles than the Russians putt-
jing one up for 500 miles. After all, for years we have been read-
ming that the fact of meeting the problems of space travel are
nothing compared to the problems of finding a suitable fpel and
a metal or other product that will withstand the tremendous heat
of rocket fuels. Apparently with the sending of a rocket upwards
of 5,000 miles high has made great strides toward solving these
problems and what was the product that solved the first step
in the conquest of space?. The old household box of borax that
housewives have used for years. Probably just some such com-
mon source of material will solve the other problems too.
And then we read a squib in a magazine the other day
where a scientist had solved the problem of transmitting atomic
heat cheaply to generate electricity directly without wires and the
heavy atomic boilers now used for producing atomic electricity.
.In other words the heat is applied directly to produce electricity.
A picture in the short article had the scientist holding a small elec-
tric bulb treated with atomic power in some way and the heat of
his hand was creating the electricity needed to light the bulb.
This will mean that atomic powered missiles or space ships can
use the reflected heat of the sun to get power. Science marches
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. AT LAW. ,
I. W. DUREN, )
Plaintiff,
CHITTY'S DRY GOODS)
& GROCERY STORE,)
INC., a corporation ex-)
isting under the laws of)
Florida, )
Defendant. )
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
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Notice is hereby given that un-
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out of the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and
for Gulf County, Florida, in the
above entitled case, I have levied
upon and will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, at
the front door of the buildign situa-
ted at 402 Avenue F, Port St. Joe,
Florida, said building being situat-
ed on Lot One (1) in Block One
Thousand Eight (1008) of the City
of Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Flor-
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ing described property to aati*fy both necessary and desirable,
the final judgment in the above ers Seeks Tory d d le
styled case in the amount of Two Uo rs S k To The Florida Democrat said it is
Hundred Twenty-five D o ll ar a obvious that more concentration on
($225.00), the cost assessed therein Exempt College Expense college training is vital to beat
in the amount of Thirty-three Dol-, Rusia in the race for educational
lars and Thirty cents ($33.30) and WASHINGTON Sen. George si i e or, ed ai l
the cost of said execution sale, to.ri o superiority. And he said, "tax relief
wit: Smathers of Florida said last week u. peri ty Andi esi "a rel
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iat entire stock of hardware, he will .ask Congress to change tne o colleges is a means by which we
tilding supplies, groceries, store tax laws next year to allow par- can indirectly assist in winning this
:tures and merchandise locat- ents to deduct college tuition and battle."
in that certain building situa'- expenses from their federal income b tl
on Lot One (1), BlocK One "Soaring costs place a heavy bur-
housand Eight (1008) in the tax, den on parents everting every ef-
ty of Port St. Joe, Florida, be. He said such tax cuts are neces-
g No. 402 Avenue F, Port St. sary to encourage more young peo- fort to provide their children with
e, Gulf County, Florida consist- ple to go to college and help the a higher education: In carrying this
g of hardware, building sup- burden they are unquestionably
ies, store fixtures, dry good's, nation face the Soviets chaleng burden they a tremendous contribution
eluding clothing and wearing fro "educational superiority." making tremen t in, the securibution
parel, groceries including can-! "Though I recognize that recent to, and Investment in, the security
a goods staples and fancy gro- Soviet scientific achievements c and welfare of the United States.
ries of all-kinds and articles They should be encouraged in these
merchandise usually .and gen- cel out any general tax relief pro- efforts by allowing them to deduct
ally found in a retail dry goods gram this coming year," Smathersa
d grocery store., said, "tax relief along this line is such expenses from their federal
anyone wishing to bid upon said income tax.
k of merchandise may person-I "Tax relief along this line is
examine same at the last men- dant, Chitty's Dry Goods and Gro- both necessary and desirable, and
ed address, No. 402 Avenue F, 'cery Store, Inc., a Florida corpor relate to an overall
t St. Joe, Florida. Said sale ation to satisfy said execution. directly related to an overall pro-
1 commence at the hour of ele- Dated -this 25th day of Novem- gram which must be undertaken
o'clock A. M., E. S. T. and ber 1957. in the field of education, basic re-
i continue until same is com- B. E. PARKER, search and a speed-up on a top Pri-
aid property has been levied BENJAMIN H. IICKENS 4t ority basis of our missile and sate-
as the property'of the defen- Attorney for Plaintiff. 11-2g Ilite programs."

Veterans Service Officer

UR CHRISTMAS CLUB TODAY To visit Next Week
Veterans of Gulf County who
need assistance in obtaining ,bene-
fits under the GI Bill, may recieve
iall regular amount can add up before next Novem- expert guidance from Preston L.


ber to make your 1958 Christmas one without a pile of
year-end bills. With a Florida Bank Christmas Club Check
in the mail next November, you can have a real pre-paid
' Christmas. Stop in the Florida Bank today and open your
1958 Christmas Club account.


A Christmas Club
Saving check makes
a happy Holiday
Season.


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THE STAR, Port St. Jod. in. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1


Workers Over 65 Should
Contact S. S. Office
Male wrokers now 65 or 'over and
female workers now 62 or over
who are considering either partial
or complete retirement should get
in touch with the social security
office for information which may
be helpful in planning for the'years
ahead, John V. Carey, -Manager of
the Panama City, Florida, social
security office, said this week.
Even though a worker may be
eligible for benefits they are not
payable under certain conditions,
Carey explained. Workers under
age 72 who earn more than 01200
in a year stand to lose one or more
benefit checks, depending on the
total amount earned and how much

Nicholas, Assistance State 'Service
Officer.
Nicholas will visit this area nevt
week for the purpose of helping
veterans if their dependents in fil-
lingclaims for Compnsation Bene-
fits of solving their Insurance pro-
blems. This free service includes
assistance to employers of veterans
under the GoI Bill, Vocational
Training, tSubsistence or other pro-
blems.
During his visit in this area Ni-
cholas may be contacted Monday,
'December 9 from .8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
at the City Hall.


work is done, After age 72 benef
are payable to insured workers
gardless of the amount earned.
No benefits can be .paid until
application is filed, Carey con,
ued.
More detailed information is gi
en in the free new booklet entitlk
"How Earnings Affect Social Si
curity Benefit Payments" which
available on request to the socii
security office at 522 Mercer Av'
nue, Panama City, Carey conclul
ed. The Panama City office servj
the Florida counties of Bay, Ca
houn, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson W4,
ton and Washington.

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Pontiac's revolutionary new type of cruciform
AERO-FRAME let designers lower the roof-line 4Y2
inches... and yet give you even more room inside!
And wait 'til you see these interiors- Here's the
sort of luxury dreams are made of. You can match
or blend upholstery, carpet and body colors to the
limit of your imagination; even-in the, lowest
priced models. See your Pontiac dealer and-dis-'
cover the wonderful new-direction styling has
taken in this Bold New '58 Pontiac-
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When you choose
an electric appliance as a Christmas gift,
you're really giving years of better living -
to the entire family.
If you select an electric skillet or mixer,
you're giving easier, happier meal
preparation every day, for many years.
If you pick an automatic washer or dryer,
you're taking washday right out of
the weekly calendar saving hours
of time and hard work every week.
There's a whole host of electric appliances
that make wonderful gifts for the whole
family. See your appliance dealer and, this
S Christmas, give better to
LIVE BETTER...


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Ground BEEF


Select Steer-BEEF LB.
LIVER 29c
Extra Heavy Beef Shoulder Clod LB.
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McKenzie's
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Whole Sun 6 Oz. Can
Orange Juice


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YELLOW

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and Mrs. M. L. Best of Graceville.
lH. L. Paoterson and Gae visited
his mother, Mrs. Nancy Patterson
-in Graceville Sunday, and Mrs. Wal-
ter Armstrong and children.
Raymond Hall of New Orleans,
< La., was a week end visitor of his
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Skipper and
son Donnie of Panama City spent
Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr.
1 af and 'Mrs. G. W Skipper.
Mrs. Annie B. Davis and children
spent Thanksgiving in Altha with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Cook.
Extensive research in the laboratory, Mrs. W. G. Mizelle and daughter
your physician's knowledge and your Estelle from Edgewood, Maryland
pharmacist's skill all combine to have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
bring you the tremendous advantages A. Chestnut while Rev Mizelle has
bf modern medicine. If you or any been conducting a 'revival at the
member of your family receives a Central Assembly of God Church
prescription bring it to us. You'll Central Assembly of God Church
receive prompt, accurate, personal in Macon, Georgia.
service. Mrs. Chestnut, Mrs. Mizelle, Es-
___ telle, Mrs. Donald Levins arid son
S. Donnie we week end guests of
5I Mrs. Wess Levins and family of
Vernon. Wallace Levins is much
Buzzettrs Drug Store improved from the accident that
PORT ST. JO FLA. occurred several months ago.
Rev. W. G. Mizelle is also a guest
* 4* ** S* ** 0 t of Mr. and Mrs. Chestnut this week.
Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Newsome
Hi hland View of Eufaula, Ala., were visiting with
and friends here Friday.
PHONE BAll 7-4652 Mrs. Fannie Mae McMillan visit-
By MRS. EULA ROGERS ed Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Herring in
-- Tallahassee this week end. I
Mrs. Will Gray, Mrs. Lukie Bar- .Mr. and Mrs. H A. Kelley and L
row of, Carrabelle, sisters of Mrs. daughter Pat of Florala, Ala., spent
Clinton ,Cox visited Sunday after- Thanksgiving with Mrs. Kelley's
noon. Also a visitor was her bro- sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Burke.
their and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and
P. McEachern of Camp Weed near daughter Patricia. of PIarker spent
'Carrabelle. Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Mae
Mr. and Mrs. Joe .rock and fam Raffield and children.
ily of Alford, spent Thanksgiving' Mrs. Mae Raffield and children
with their .parents, Mr. and Mrs H. visited friends and relatives in
F. Brock. Bonifay, and Graceville during the
Mrs. Curtis Adams wos called to week.end.
Holt to her brother, who is serious- Mr. and Mrs. James rissett and
ly ill. Her brother is John Harrel- children were in Panama City Sat-
son. urday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Craft and urday on business.
lMr. and Mrs. Leroy Craft and James Grissett and James Colvin
children of Blakeley, Ga., are visa spent a few days in Hosford hunt-
iting Mrs. Craft's sister and fam- ing. They. reported a nice time.
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts .and
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Gray ani daughter. Melba spent Thanksgiving
children visited her -mother and in Donalsonville, Ga., with Mr.' and
father over the week end,- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Barber and Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Ronny of Panama City. Mrs. Alvin Thomas.. ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Patterson and Mr and Mrs. Clinton Peterson
children Margaret and Gay, Mrs. and family spent the week end in
Ruby Howard and two children He- DeFuniak 'Springs with relatives
lena and Dale spent Thanksgiving and friends.
with Mrs. Patterson's parents, Mr. The Baptist WMU met at the


church Monday evening at 3:00 p.m.
with 12 members present. They
opened their week- of prayer pro-
gram, "For God So Loved". Open-
ing prayer was led by Alice Ma-
comber. A congregational song,
'ILove Divine" was sung by the
members. Scripture was taken from
Psalms 1:8 by Alice Macomber,
program chairman. Taking part on
the program were Mrs. Watts, Mrs.
Garrett, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Roney
Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Du Bose. The
closing prayer was by Mrs. Roney.

NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By JUANITA NORRIS
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Spears and
children spent the week end in
Chattahoochee visiting with friends
and relatives.
Mrs. Bill Bennett "and children
attended the band concert in Pana-
ma City Thursday evening. The con-
cert was held at Jenks Junior High
under the direction of Bill Bennett.
Mrs. L. P. Ray and daughter Min-
nie Ola visited friends in Moultrie,
Ga., Sundaq.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D.-Levins and
daughter Regenia visited in Boni-
fay with friends and relatives over
the week end.
Mrs. Crutchfield of Bonifay is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H. D,
Levins. "


FIS Begins Work On
Christmas Display
MARTA'NNA-Construction crews
at The Florida School for Boys at
Marianna have begun setting p
foundations for the 1957 version of
the school's famous Christmas dis-
play.
Alex Rhyne, construction fore-
man, has been appointed to super-
vise the work. Designing was done
by boys under the direction of Art
Instructor, Mrs. Dale Unger.
Lights will be turned on Dec. 14.
Decorations this year will be en-
tirely different from those visitors
hove seen in past years, Mrs. Un-
ger said. Traffic will be directed
along a new, longer route. Com-
pletely new displays have been
planned for a tour circling by the
white boys' cottages, continuing in
front of the administrative office,
crossing the highway, and passing
through the colored boys" campus
and back out to the highway.
Only new designs will appear
along the main drive. Theme there
will be "Fantasy Land", featuring
fairy tale and cartoon characters
enjoying Christmas at home and
viewed through openings which,
will set each scene apart. Revolving
Christmas trees used on the drive
in previous years will take a less
important spot on campus this
year.


Durwood Broome visited with Mr. .In other scenes, life-like dummies
and Mrs. James Broome Saturday. will give a sense of reality. Among
Mr. ond Mrs. Allen H. Norris and these will be life-size shepherds
children of Apalachicola visited' "watching by night", as an angel
with friends and relatives Friday. .'suspended in mid-air bring the
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dees of Pan- news of Christ's birth. Mrs. Hunger
ama City spent the week end with also plans a dimensional Madonna
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dees. and Child for the front of the Cha-
pel.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cline of Pan- pel.
ama City visited with the letter's Newest complete layout in Mrs.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Camp- TUuger's plans is a "Silent Night"
bell. scene to be viewed in a slight de-
We are sorry to say that Mrs. pression of the landscape. This
Dormany is a patient at the Mu- scene will be done entirely in white
nicipal Hospital and her- many and- gold and will convey a sense
friends wish her a speedy recovery, of quiet rest.


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The boogie-woogie Santa Claus
couple which has been a favorite
with children in other years will
dance to the accompaniment of an
Elvis Pressley figure this year.
Mrs. Unger and Foreman Rhyne
have even worked out a means of
making Elvis' legs move in time
with the music, which will be a
recording of one of the popular


rock andoll tunes. THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. TAURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1957
rock and roll tunes.
Other citirel new displays will at the swimming pool, painted treesins and a
i'Clu" snow scene entitled, and many others. Some of the old a a r .n..s
"Dashing rnrough the Snow," a re- designs will also be used, but with
fiecting spray and Christmas trees new coats of paint and in new set- 't.9r Want Ads Get Results



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THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLYhristmas Kickoff
DECEMBER 6, 7 and 8


Register for Stones' Free
Sweepstake Christmas
prize, December 21

ONE SUIT

Value $55.00


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TIMELY SAVINGS N TIMELY ITEMS AT THE RIGHT TIME

McGregor and Lanier -- Long Sleeve Hugger

SPORT SHIRTS GLOVES
'Washable cotton and cotton flannels. Many patterns, col- Nylon, orlon, stretch, driving, pile lined or fur lined leather
ors, and styles. Sizes small, medium and large. deerskin and imported leathers. '
Reg. $3.95 and $4.00 Reg. $1.95 to $5.95


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Machine washable.


Lightweight but warm. Solid colors
and plaids
Reg. $19.95


Men's

JEWELRY
Tie bars and cuff links. Large selections. Unbelievable


Sale


values
g. $2.50 to $3.50


99


Plus Tax


SEE STONES' LARGE SELECTION of UNUSUAland USUAL GIFTS for MEN

Arrow McGregor and Robert Bruce

WHITE DRESS SHIRTS SLEEVELESS SWEATERS
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collar, reg. cuffs- large
Reg. $3.95 -Reg. $4.00 and $5.00


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Swivel Base Brown, Green and Red.

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Beige Reg. $169.95

1 2-pc. Sofa Bed Suite _-_ $119.95
Red Reg. $149.95

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1 5-pc. Dinette ---$119.95
Wrought Iron Reg. $159.95

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MO DERN Furniture Company


232 Reid Ave.


Phone BAll 7-8231


Here's great news! While prices of 1958 cars
of other manufacturers are up, the price of
Ford's exciting new Custom 300 Series is down.
A brand-new 58 Ford Custom 300 with all of
its exciting new styling and engineering ad-
vances is priced lower than a '57 model, simi-
larly equipped
World approved styling. A Custom 300 brings
you styling that is dramatically new. With its
Honeycombed grille, Slipstream roof, Deep-
Sculptured rear deck, and Safety-Twin head-
lights and taillights, Ford styling drew admir-
ing glances from Paris to Saigon yet it's
yours now in any 58 Ford Custom 300 with-
out extra cost!
New handling ease. Slide behind the wheel
of a Custom 300 and you'll soon discover just
how much fun driving can be. Notice how
smoothly it handles. That's Ford's new feather-
touch Magic-Circle steering, the next best
thing to power steering.


New riding comfort. Notice, -too, the solid
comfort of your ride. That's Ford's easier act-
ing front and rear suspensions. They soak up
the bumps before they reach you.
Thrifty, new engines. You have a wonderful
choice of new, more efficient power plants ..
designed for real gas-saving economy plus
greater performance. Six or V-8, they give you
more power, smoother power, from less gas!,
Priced as much as $50 lower. A comparison
of manufacturer's suggested retail delivered
prices shows that a 58 Ford Custom 300 is
priced as much as $50 less than the same model
for '571 You'll wonder how Ford can offer so
many of the things you want in a car priced
so low. One big reason: Ford gives you more
car for less money because Fords sells morel


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Port St. Joe, Florida


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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
OF MERCHANDISE
Notice is hereby given that un- Super Right Heavy Western
der and by virtue of a Writ of Ex-
ecution on a Final Judgment issued
out of the Circuit Court of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit in and
for Gulf County, Florida, in the
upon and will sell at .riblic auction
to the highest bidder. for cash, at
the front door of the building situa-
ted at 402' Avenue F Port St. Joe,


LEGAL ADVERTISING LETTERS TO
NOTICE OF SALE
17,000.00 CA TA CLAUS
--HOSPITAL REVENUE BONDS H IN CLAW
CITY of PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
-.'Sealed bids-will be received by
the City Commission of the City of Dear Santa Claus
Port St. Joe, Florida, at its regular I would like to have a two-gun
place of -meeting in Port St. Joe, holster, pogo stick, outing kit, bake
Florida until 4:30 o'clock p.m.,ST set and dishes, drum, record play-
January 21, 1958, at which time
and place all bids will be publicly or and records, play store, horn,
opened and read, for $175,000.00 piano and typewriter.
Hospital Revenue Bonds of the City i have been a good girl and hope
of Port St. Joe, Florida, dated Au- you take all the poor children some-
gust 1, 1957 and maturing annually
-August 1 as follows thing.
Year Amount
1958 $8,000 Love,
-1959 $,000 BRENDA
1960 $9,000
1961 $9,000 Dear Santa
1962 810,000
1963 810,000 I am 6, My brother is almost 3.
1964 Sl,1,000 We are both good. I want a 2 wheel
IH65 $12,000 bicycle, a doll with high heels, and
1966 $12,000
196 S13,000 a suitcase. Tyler wants a scooter,
1968 Sl,3,000 a gun and some trucks.
1969 814,000 I like you.
1970 815,000 LENOHR SMITH
1971 $15,000 LEN SMIT
1972 $16,000
Denomination $1,000.00; coupon Dear Santa Clause,
bonds; principal and smei-annual My name is David Glenn Maza-
interest (February 1 and August 1) rol. I am 5 years old. I try to be as
payable at The Florida National
Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, good as I can, and I will try harder
Florida; said bonds will be payable from now on.
as to both principal and interest
solely from and secured by a lien Please bring me a 20 inch bike
upon and a pledge of a portion of
the net proceeds of the Utilities
-Service Taxes, and by a first lien Florida, said building being situat-
upon and a pledge of the net pro- ed on Lot One (1) in Block One
ceeds of the Cigarette Taxes re- Thousand Eight (1008) -of the City
ceived by said City and will not of Port St. Joe, Gulf County, Flor-
constitute an- indebtedness of the ida, on Monday December 30, 1957,
City of Port St. Joe, Florida. between the hours of eleven o'clock
The bonds were validated by de- A. M. and two o'clock P. M. E.S.T.,
cree of the Circuit Court of Gulf a sufficient quantity of the follow-
County, Florida, rendered on Au- ing described property to satisfy
gust 16, 19S7. the final judgment in the above
The bonds of said issue maturing styled case in the amount of Eight
in the years 1958 to 1967, both in- Hundred Ninety-five Dollars and
elusive, are not redeemable prior Seventy-four cents ($895.74), the
to their respective stated dates of cost assessed therein in the amount
maturity. The bonds of said issue of Ten Dollars ($10.00) and the
maturing in the years, 1968 to 1972, cost of said execution sale, to-wit:
'both inclusive, are redeemable to That entire stock of hardware,
their respective stated dates of ma- building supplies, groceries, store
turity, at the option of the City, in fixtures and merchandise locat-
whole or in part, but in inverse nu- ed in that certain building situa-
merical order if less than all, on ted on Lot One (1), Block One
August 1, 1967 or on any interest Thousand Eight (1008) in the
payment date thereof, at par and City of Port S.t Joe, Florida, be-
accrued interest to date of redemp- ing No. 402 Avenue F, Port St.
tion, together with the following Joe, Gulf County, Florida consist-
premiuma if redeemed at the follow- ing of hardware, building sup-
uing times: 3% of the- par value plies, store fixtures, dry goods,
thereof if redeemed on August 1, including clothing and wearing,
1967; 2%% of the par value thereof apparel, groceries including can-
if redeemed on any interest pay- ned goods, staples and fancy gro-
ment date during the year 1968; 2% series of all kinds and articles
of the par value thereof if redeem- of merchandise usually and gen-
ed on any interest payment date rally found in a retail dry goods
during the year 1969; 1%% of the and grocery store.
par value thereof if redeemed n Anyone wishing to bid upon said
any interest payment date during stock of merchandise may person-
the year 1970; 1% of the par value ally examine same at the last men-
thereof if redeemed on any inter- tioned address, No. 402 Avenue F.
est payment date during the year Port St. 'Joe, Florida. Said sale
197'1 and without premium if re- shall commence at the hour of ele-
deemed thereafter prior to m-atur- yen o'clock A. M., E. S. T. and
ity. shall continue until same is corn-
Bidders are requested to name plete.
the interest rate or rates, but not Said property has been levied
exceeding three different rates of upon as the property of .ah defen
interest and not exceeding six per dant, Chitty's Dry Goods and Gre-
cent per annum, in multiples of 1 cery Co., Inc., a Florida corporation
or 1/10 of one per cent, and each to satisfy said execution.
bidder must specify in his bid the Dated this 4th day of D3cember
amount and the maturities of the 1957.
bonds of each rate. All bonds ma- B. E. PARKER
turning on the same date must bear 'Sheriff of Gulf County, Fla.
interest at the same rate. No bid SILAS R. STONE 4t
for less than Nine Hundred Seventy Attorney for Plaintiff. 12-5
Dollars ($970.00) per bond and ac- -
crued interest or for less than all
of the bonds offered will be enter-
tained. The bonds will be awarded I
to the bidder offering to purchase
the bonds at the lowest interest
cost of the City, such cost to be
determined by deducting the total
amount of any premium from or by
adding the total amount of any
discount to the aggregate amount
of interest on all of the bonds from
the date thereof until their respec-
tive maturities.
Each bid must be enclosed in a
sealed envelope marked "Proposal
for Bonds", must be accompanied
by a certified or bank cashier's or
treasurer's check for $3,500.00, pay- 321 Reid Avenue
able unconditionally to the order of 321 Re venue
the City of Port St. Joe, Florida, on AIR CONDITIONED F
which no interest will be allowed. PRICES GOOD DEC
Award or rejection of bids will be PRICES GOOD DEC
made on the date above stated for
the receipt of bids, and the checks
of unsuccessful bidders will be re- Sultania Chunk Style Light Me
turned immediately.
The check of the successful bid-
der will be held uncashed as se-
curity for the performance of his
ibid, but in the event that the suc-
cesful bidder shall fail' to comply
with the terms of his bid the check
may then be cashed and the pro-
ceeds thereof retained as and for Warwick Chocolate Covered
full liquidated damages.
The unqualified approving opin-
ion of Patterson, Freeman, Richard-h eI
son and Watson of Jacksonville,
Florida will be furnished without
cost to the purchasers of the bonds.
There will also be furnished the
usual closing papers.
The.right to reject any or all bids
is reserved. Crestmont
THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE,
FLORIDA HENDERSON ICE CREAM
By. R. W. HCNDR ASONM
City Clerk 2t-12-5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Jane Parker
THE FOURTEENTH JIUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AT LAW.
H. V. KELL 00. )
[Plalntiff, )
CHITTY'S DRY GOODS, )
& GROCERY CO., INC. ) Super Right -- Half or Who
a corporation existing under)
the Daw o Florida, PORK LOIN ROAS
Defendant. PO K L IN)A


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with balancing wheels, and a re-
cord player with some records.
That is all I will ask for this
titue.
There will be' some coffee, and
pie and cookies at my house when
you come Christmas eve, so just
help yourself.
Love,
DAVID MAZOROL
114 Hunter Circle.

Florida Joins Fight

For Tidelands Oil

NEW ORLE'_ANS Five Gulf
states agreed last week to offer a
common defense against the fed-
eral government in the tidelands
oil dispute.
The federal government contends
state boundaries extend no farther
than three miles into the Gulf. The
states contend their boundaries go
to 10% miles into the Gulf.
The Interior Department's orig-
inal suit in the case was filed
against Louisiana. But it recently
was changed to incldue Florida,
Mississippi, Texas and Alabama.
Louisiana Atty. Gen. Jack Gre-
million, spokesman for the five
states, said the legal representa-
tives discussed details of the ap-
peal before the Supreme Court.
"It has been agreed by Louisiana
and the other states to file answers
with the 'Supreme Court before
Jan. 2, 1958, 'the deadline 'set by
the court," Gremillion said.
"Each state will file a separate
answer. (But in these answers we
will offer a common defense
against the attempt of the federal
government to take from the states
tidelands oil production.
"It has also been agreed that the
states tidelands oil production.
"It has also been agreed that the
states continue to exchange notes,
to compare notes and to swap in-
formation in the common defense."
Gremillion said all states in-
volved agreed they should control
offshore operations up to three ma-
rine leagues, a distance of 10%
miles off shore.
,Spends Holidays Here
'Blair Shuford spent the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
B. Shuford.
Visits From U. of F.
Tommy Wilder was home from
the University of Florida to spend
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Dolly Var-
niadore.
Visitin gFor A Week
Mrs. Dolly Varnadore is spend-
ing this week visiting friends and


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1957


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

FOR SALE: 6-inch Craftsman joint-' FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment
er wtih 3-4 horse motor and on 10th St. Near schools. Call
bench. Excellent condition. See 7-3073. Mrs. J. S. Shirey, 612 Madi-
Wade Barrier. tfc-12-5 son St. tfc-11-14
FOR SALE: Penney's Beach Apart- FOR RENT: One small two-bed-
ments, St. Joe Beach, Port St. room cottage. Beacon Hill. See
Joe. Bill Carr at St. Joe Hardware.
FOR SALE: Beach lots. Reason-
able. Apply at this agency. FOR RENT: 3-room house. Furnish-
FOR SALE: House and lot at ed. Best location. $45 mo. 808
White City on Highway 71. 16th St. Phone 7-4616. tfc
E. TOM PRIDGEON FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
Real Estate & Insurance ment for couple only. Mrs. A. M.
BAll 7-7741 411 Reid Ave. Jones. Phone 7-7646. tfc-11-7
LOTE FOR SALE: Beacon Hill FOR RENT: Two bedroom garade
and Mexico Beach. $350 and up. apartments. Two, three and four
Make your own terms. R. L. Fort- bedroom cottages, furnished. Call
ner, Mexico Beach. tfc-9-26 BAll 9-1184, or see Mrs. C. E.
Thompson at Costin's Cottages,
FOR SALE: Two homes at St. Joe Beacon Hill. 8tp-10-10
Beach, one priced at $4,750 and
one al $7,500. With as low as $66. FOR RENT: Apartment. Phone
down payment. See or call Buddy 7-7736. 515 Third St., W. B. Fer-
McLemore, Real Estate Broker, 201 rell. tfc-11-21
East Sixth Street, Panama City,
Florida, Phone POplar 3-1397. 4t-c FOR RENT: One ana two bedroom
attractively furnished apartments
FOR RENT: One bedroom furnish- Cool in summer, warm in winter.
ed upstairs apartment. 1505 Mon- Gas heat, window fans. They have
ument Ave., Phone 7-5771. to be seen to be appreciated. Wim-
ico Lodge, White City, Phone 9-4083.
'FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house. At tfc-11-21
White City. Call 9-1141. FOR RENT: Unfurnished duplex
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment. apartment. On Palm Blvd. See
In Costin building, 114 Monu- Silas R. Stone.
ment Ave. $55.00 per month. Apply FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on
118 Monument Ave. 3tp-12-5 Woodward Ave. See Ben H.
Dickens at 107 Second Street or
FOR RENT: Two nice houses. Con- phone 7-2281. tfc-11-28
venient. 3 bedroom, $50. 1 bed-
room $35. Good neighborhood. Ph. FOR RENT: at Highland View,
7-5058. 2tp one bedroom, also three bed-


Postmaster Urges
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the package to this effect and addi-
tional payment of 3c postage is
made.
In carrying out the theme of
early greetings, Costin said he
would like at this time to wish all
patrons of the post office a Merry
Christmas and prosperous New
Year.


Smokey Says:


GULF COUNTY GOC MEETING-Seventeen members of the Mexico
Beach Ground Observer Corps received wings in recent ceremonies
at Port St. Joe. They are shown above with visiting GOC officials
from Georgia, Panama City, Montgomery and Jacksonville, who
attended the meeting.
(Photo Courtesy Panama City News-Herald)

Ground Observer Corps Members

Receive Wings Denoting Service


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Members of the Mexico Beach Also attending the ceremony
Ground Observer Corps met re- were Major Burnside, co-ordinator
cently in the Florida Power lounge of the GOC filter center at Mont-
here for the presentation of wings.
Receiving their wings were Law- gomery, Ala.; Maj. Derouin, Civil
rence Porter, Mexico Beach super- Defense co-ordinator from Jackson-
visor; William Rasmussen and ville; Maj. Wareheim, Georgia GOC
Goulden L. Scott, Port St. Joe Ob- co-ordinator; M-Sgt. John Mosely,
servers and Terry Hinote, David area co-ordinator; Harmon Shields,
Nance, David Musselwhite, Mrs. Bay County CD director; Mrs. J.
Lawrence Porter, Larry Porter, Ter- Martin Gainer, Sr., Bay CD execu-
ry Porter, William Lucas, Ralph tive secretary.
Nance, Joe Alligood, Glenn Alli- Monsell Morris, Bay GOC super-
good, Mrs. C. E. Thompson, Cindy visor; Howard McKinnon, Gulf
Carbonneau and Pope Fendley, all County CD communications chief


observers.


room houses. Modern plumbing.
$32.50 and $50.00. Select tenants..
Dogs prohibited. Phone 7-3973 af-
ter 5 p.m. 2tp
LOST: Penn reel and rod between
Money Bayou and Port, St. Joe.
Saturday afternoon. Will person
'finding it please call Mrs. J. A:
Garrett, BAll 7-5811. : 2tp
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED:
Expert repairs on all types irons.
Red's Shoe Shop. tfc
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.50
hour. Cut. your lawn and let ;me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.


WANTED: Any news of interest to
your neighbor- for the Panama
City News and Herald. Call Mis.
Benton Hamm at 9-1876. tfc-9-12
SPECIAL SERVICES
"OR FAST, EFFICIENT plumbing
service, call BILL'S PLUMBING.
-hone 7-7S46. Outboard motors re-
)aired,. also.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, .Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc-5-2
'9ADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
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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
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in say-
ing money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in .Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
visiting brethren Invited.
C. W. LONG,N.G.
J. C. PRICE, Secty.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

EVERETT McFARLAND, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
Ail Master Masons cordially invited
WILLIS V. ROWAM POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American .Legion Home.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. J. H. Geddle,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary.
SPECIAL WATCH SALE
Reconditioned Guaranteed
YOUR CHOICE $7.95
25% cash discount on new move-
ments. Fine Watch Repairing.
PARKER'S JEWELRY
Next to Creech's Laundry
Port St. J7ee, Fla. 3tp-11-21


who represented Mayor J. L. Sharit,
who could not be present because
of a previous commitment.
The Mexico Beach GOC post was
activated through the efforts of
Charlie Parker, Mrs. Albert Car-
bonneau and Mayor Sharit.
Holiday Visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Silas R. Stone had
as their guest for the Thanksgiving
-holidays, their daughter, Bobby
from Brennau College.


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