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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1958
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STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
jORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1958 NUMBER 45


TWENTY-FIRST YEAR


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wtk$-EY R. RAMSEY
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Probably the political smoke will
begin to turn blue in Gulf County
comes Saturday at White City
when the first political rally of
countyy candidates sponsored by the
Gulf County Democratic Committee
will be held. We look for things
to begin to "get right" in this cam-
paign. We are tempted to forego
flabhing Saturday (even though we
haven't wet a hook since July 4)
and go watch the fun.
While over the state, Claude
Pepper and Spessard Holland have
already began to put a smoky tinge
in the atmosphere with their char-
ges and counter charges. In our
opinion Pepper is going just a lit-
tle too far with his "campaigning".
All we have heard from Mr. Pepper
is what an un-American rascal
Holland is and nary a word about
what a "gentleman" he (Pepper) is.
We just never could go along with
mud-slinging campaigners. In our
opinion a candidate resorts to mud-
slinging with many untruths in. a
campaign only when he is either
to lazy or lacks principle enough
to come up with some real issues
that would help the people of the
state. We are prone to vote for the
man who gives me some concrete
plans of what he intends to try and
do for the area he represents.

Reading in the Florida Times-
Union of Tuesday, July 22, we see
where the editor, Dr. Caleb J.
King, Sr., took a geography profes-
sor at Florida State University to
task for his advocatle.f,."-young
people leaving NortbWh' Fl-orida
for greener pastures. T i'-rofes-
sor termed NorthwesL:*lori'a as
being "backward". Dr. .King ook
the professor to task,' lXtaiMkting
that it he would lookl._aL he,
would see opportunity a ilT.
We would like to sugt t.thele
professor that if he 'oeai I'lke
Northwest Florida, then, he and
Northwest Florida both would be
better off if he were to locate in
some other section of the state.
*. Before he leaves, however, we
would like to have the professor
look about him. Poke his head up
over the rim of his book and see
justtio is in the driver's seat of
thig burgeoning industries and busi-
,ness of Northwest Florida-young
people. For the most part, these
young people are working young
people. Those of the clan who do
not mind working, who are not
above working eight hours a day
and five days a week. Men with
drive. Men who know better than
to depend on the diploma that the
professor gives them to take care
of them for life.
STo those young men who are
alergic to hard work-we would
suggest that you take the profes-
sor's advice. But we hardly think
you will find any better "opportun-
ities" for laziness anywhere else
in the country.
We would like to point out that
during the recent recession, there
were no soup lines in "backward"
northwest Florida. Everyone who
wanted to work could find enough
kto do to keep going until better
times. And we make the observa-
tion that probably no place in the
country did so many new cars
drive up to the unemployment com-
pensation headquarters for unem-
loyment checks as they did in
Northwest Florida.
So Mr. Ostrich or Mr. Professor,
get your head up out of our sand
and look around you-you might
,be amazed at the opportunity.

Just this little word of advice-
f any of you kids saved some of
that Florida snow 'last winter ia





Lnt. Col. Albert Carbonneau, who
has retired from the service after
23 years of service has arrived
borne from California where he was
'last stationed. Carbonneau, who
with his family has been a resi-
dent of Port St. Joe for the past
several years has accepted a po-
sition with the Tompane Company.

b He will leave on September 2 for
Turkey. His family will follow him
shortly after his arrival there.

Mrs. John Beasley, Jr., and son,
Lloyd have Just returned from a
visit with relatives in Everglades,
Florida.


3-Rivers Development Projects Are

Assurred of Funds For Two Dams

Although final Congressional ac- port of the Apalachicola-Chattahoo-
tion has not been taken, there is chee-Flint project. The Congres-
no doubt that construction on .Co- sional Record in years past shows
lumbia Lock and Dam and contin- many occasions where Senator Hol-
,ued work on Walter F. George land diligently and effectively
Lock and Dam will proceed in the fought for appropriations in floor
1958-59 year. The 3-Rivers Develop- debate with Senator Douglas of Ill-
ment Association delegation, which inois who has been a vehement an-
appeared before the House and tagonist of our project." the Comn-
Senate Sub-Committees on Approp- mittee said.
rations on May 6 and 7, 1958, was Senator Herman E. Talmadge of
gratified with the splendid recep- Georgia presented the delegation to
tion received. Senator Holland as chairman. 'Sup-
Senator Spessard Holland, Flor- porting written statements were
ida, presided at the Senate Sub- filed .by Senators Sparkman and
Committee hearing. "'He is one of Hill of Alabama who were unable
our greatest friends on this Corn- to attend because they were in
mittee" reported the 3-Rivers Corn- their native State to vote in the
mittee. Others are Senator Russell primary.
of Georgia and Senator Hill of Ala- The delegation received similar
bama. "Senator Holland has been courteous hearing before the House
particularly outstanding in his sup- Sub-Committee. Congressman Bob


No Mills Required

On Dam Financing

TALLAHASSEE Represen-
tative Cecil G. Costin, Jr., ap-
peared before the Internal Im-
provement Fund Tuesday to ask
the Trustees to eliminate the
mandatory levy of the one-mill
tax on real and personal proper-
ty in Gulf and Calhoun Counties
to repay the loan of 100,000 for
the construction of the Dead
Lakes Dam near Wewahitchka.
Costin advised the Trustees
that the Dead Lakes Water Man-
agement District had more than
$21,000 to its credit from the levy
of taxes and the special permit
required for fishing on the Dead
Lakes for its past fiscal year.
The Trustees agreed that the
receipts from the special fishing
permit could be used to repay
this loan, provided the Dead
Lakes Water Management Dis-
trict would maintain a reserve
for at least one year's payment
on the ten-year loan.
'Costin said the 'State Road De-
partment proposes to advertise
for bids on the contract for road
and bridge at its meeting in late
August and let the contract in
September. The Dead Lakes Wa-
ter Management District at its
last meeting decided that it
would result in more competitive
bidding and a probable savings
in the cost of the construction
of the Dam by letting the con-
tract for the Dam at the same
time as the road and bridge con-
tract is let.


Sikes of Florida, George Andrews
of Alabama, E. L. Forrester and
John Pilcher of Georgia gave out-
standing support and were present
at the hearing.
The Senate Committee on Ap-
propriations approved the full bud-
get figure of $11,700,000 for Wal-
ter F. George Lock and Dam and
$600,000 to begin construction on
Columbia Lock and Dam. This was
approved by the Senate.
The House Committee on Approp-
riations, which acted first as .cus-
tomary in matters of appropriations
approved $600,000 for Columbia as
a part of the Budget recomnineda-
tion of $11,700,000 for Walter F.
George.- The House action, there-
fore, provided $11,100,000, for Wal-
ter F. George Lock and Dam and
$600,000 for Columbia Lock and
Dam.
The difference between th e
House and the Senate action is
now in conference committee and
it is a foregone conclusion that
both dams will have construction
money for fiscal year 1959.
Ground -breaking ceremonies of
Columbia Lock and Dam will be
scheduled some time -in September
or October and it wilf herald a sig-
nificant achievement. Plans will be
announced later as the local com-
mittee is formed.
"It bears repeating that the Com-
mittee is indeed grateful to Sena-
tor Holland and his colleagues on
the Senate Sub-Committee and to
Congressmen Sikes and Andrews
and their colleagues on the House
Sub-Committee. A debt of gratitude
is due the entire delegations of
Florida, Georgia and Alabama for
their united support", the Develop-
ment Committee reported.


Sikes Expresses Appreciation For

No Opposition In Coming Primaries


WASHINGTON, D. C. Special
- Congressman Bob Sikes, of Flor-
ida's Third District, has expressed
his appreciation to the voters for
their confidence in renominating
him without opposition for another
term as U. S. Representative. He
is now completing his ninth term
in the House and will begin his 19th
year of service in January. Affec-
tionately referred to as "The He-
Coon", 'Sikes is the senior member
of the Florida Congressional Dele-
gation. Much of the team-work with
which the delegation works is cre-
dited to his efforts. He also served
as a delegate to the last Democra-
tic National Convention and was
Chairman of the Florida delegation
there.


of the present legislation on fores-
try. He has recently .been nominat-
ed as Man of the Year in Forestry.
As a timberland owner he practices
the policies he advocates'
Sikes also has had a keen in-
terest in improving, the social se-
curity program, promoting a sound
agricultural program, and aiding
the lot of the small business man.
He has stressed the industrial de-
velopment of the area which he
represents and is the author of the
program now under development by
the Florida Improvement Commis-
sion to attract small industries *to
the smaller counties and cities.
Generally a middle of the reader
in his political philosophy, he has
been independent in the votes he


As a member of the powerful casts in Congress under democra-
House Committee on Appropria- tic as well as republican adminis-
tions, Sikes is in a strategic posi- trations.
tion to assist his district. Ha has
been particularly active in behalf Missionary To Speak
of *the military installations which
contribute .vitally to the economy At Oak Grove Church
of the area. He is well known as
the champion of a strong national There will be a special mission-
defense and has received citations ary service at the Oak Grove As.
and service awards from the Ameri- sembly of God Church next Sunday
can Legion, Veterans of Foreign night, August 10 at 8:00 p.m.
Wars, Reserve Officers Association The Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Nolin
and other national organizations. will be in charge of the service.
Sikes has had a keen interest Rev. and Mrs. 'Nolin have spent
in river and harbor developments three and a half years in Singapore,
and nearly every port and navigable Malaya as missionaries for the As-
stream in his district shows im- semblies of God. They will be show-
provements as the result of his ing pictures and telling about the
handiwork. way the Lord is blessing in Singa-
Realizing the importance of for- pore. Also he will be preaching the
estry to an area which boasts pulp word. This will be a -real treat to
and paper mills in addition to saw- hear these missionaries.
mills and veneer mills he has been Rev. E. L. Gilliland, pastor of the
a leading advocate of sound fores- church, extends a welcome to ev-
try practices and he wrote much eryone to attend.


Candidates To

Exercise Tonsils

Gulf County's Democratic Com-
mittee will stage the first In a
series of public rallies for can-
didates seeking election in the
Democratic primary of Septem-
ber 9 this Saturday.
The rally Saturday will be held
at White City in front of Staf-
ford's Store at 5:00 p.m., EST.
All the candidates are Invited
to speak and everyone is invited
to attend the speaking.
There will be a rally at dif-
ferent locations in the County
every Saturday from now until
election.
-K

Barke Says Forests

Mean Much To State

S. L. Barke, local'member of the
state forest committee of the Flor-
ida Bankers' Association talked to
the Rotary Club Thursday on the
workings of a new organization in
Gulf County the Gulf County
Forest Fire Prevention Committee.
Barke told of the value of the
committee by touching on the value
of forests to the economy of Flor-
ida. In order, the state's top indus-
tries are Tourism, Agriculture and
Forestry. While Forestry is the
bottom of the top three, 'Barke said
that forest products produced over
twice the revenue in Florida last
year as did the citrus industry.
With this impressive record of
earning; the state spends only
about three and a half million dol-
lars a year on forest protection,
and improvements. "Nearly three
times this amount was spent on
the citrus industry alone", said
Barke. Barke told the club that the
forestry department is forever bav-.
ing trouble getting a large enough
appropriation in the state budget
to operate on.
The loehl committee on forest
fire prevention was recently or-
ganized to supplement on a local
level, forest fire education that is
put out by the state forestry "de-
partment. 'Barke told the club that
plans were being made now by the
committee to carry on an intensive
education program on forest protec-
tion in Gulf County and would prob-
ably get started in the next few
weeks.
Guests of the club Thursday were
Buck Chauncey of Apalachicola
and Dave Caldwell of Miami.


Ayers Explains Adult

Education Program
IH. F. Ayers, director of the Gulf
County Adult Education Institute
gave a brief talk of the workings of
that organization to the Kiwanis
Club Tuesday at their luncheon
meeting. ,
The local institute serves adults
who never had the opportunity to
finish high school to receive their
diploma. Ayers said that las: year
three adults received their diplo-
mas and at present 59 Korean vet-
erans are working for their diplo-
inas in Port St. Joe. This does not
included 10 colored studen-s who
are attending the classes at Wash-
ington High School.
Ayers said that as a rul-3 the
adults attending the classes are
more interested in receiving their
diplomas than youths of high school
age seem to ,be on the whol3.
In addition to teaching adults on
a high school level, the Institute
also offers short courses on high
school or college level for any in-
terested group of adults. Ayers cit-
ed as an instance, a recent sales
short course attended by local mer-
chants and sales people this past
spring. Ayers said that if instruc-
tors are not available locally for
desired subjects, instructors can
be brought in to teach a course or
subject for which there is a de-
mand. He said 'that at least 15
people must request a sub-jet or
short course before it can be
taught,
Ayers said that the only require-
ments for attending the adult
-school was a desire to learn, an
annual fee of $3.00 and students
must purchase their text books.
The classes are held six times
weekly, three in the morning and
three -at night. -

EPISCOPAL LAYMEN
The Laymen's League of the St.
James' Episcopal Church will not
hold its regular meeting this month
only.


I. W. ,Duren Appointed To




Fill Chandler's City Post


Saturday Is Last Day City Signs Up For Another Year

To Register Voters n County Insect. Control Distric'

According to the Supervisor of
Registration of Registration, Mrs. In a regular meeting Tuesday night of the City Cc
C. G. Rish, the time for registering a reua I y i o t City
to vote is drawing to a close. She sion, I. V. Duren was sworn in by City Clerk, R. W. Hen
says that there are manj yet who to serve out the unexpired term of Franklin Chandler a
have not registered or checked on Commissioner. Chandler resigned from his position three
the status of their registration. ago when he moved from the city.
Mrs. Rish said last week that Duren will serve out the r
unless those who have not regis- R d of Chandler's two year term
tered do so by August 9 (Saturday l s Ready For will be up in April of 1959.
at noon) they will be unable to aDed Lakes D Duren was appointed to si
vote in the coming state and -oun- D the Board last Monday nigh
ty elections this year. After the special meeting. He was noti
books close on the 9th they will not. From the Gulf County Breeze letter by the City Clerk a
be reopened until November 5. The latest word from the Dead peared at the meeting T
To register at this late date you Lakes Water Management District night of this week, to formal
]rust go to the court house in We- is that plans and specifications for cept the appointment.
wahitchka. The books wor-) r)aght the tumbler dam will be ready in
to Port St. Joe on two or three oc- time to advertise for bids on the Join Mosquito Contro
casions during the past savaral project sometime in August. 'In other business placed
weeks but The Star was not noti- This information came late last them the Commission deci
fied of this situation so that the week from Harry Myers of the J. sign up for .another year w
matter could be publicized. B. Converse Company of Mobile, county in its insect contr
--- -- the firm in charge of the prelim- garbage land fill program
inary planning. other year. The City will pi
(Cancer Soiety Will a sum of $5,000.00 into the fum
t TNight He passed this information on This program operates a sa
Meet TomorrO W Night to Harland Pridgeon, Liaison offi- land-fill program for garba
cer for the District, and Monday posal, drain ditching in th
The annual meeting of the Gulf evening Pridgeon briefed the Dis- and the county and fog si
County Unit of the American Can- trict on the Myers conversation, for mosquitoes throughout
cer Society is called for in the Flor- when it met at Port St. Joe as the county.
ida Power Lounge, Port St. Joe, guests of Harry Saunders at th3
Friday, August 8 at 8:00 p.m. The Chateau. The county-wide program
Gulf County Unit urges your attend- just recently purchased a dr.
ance at this meeting. Pridgeon told his "employers" .for the purpose of ditching f
The agenda will call for election that Myers' hope was to let con- manent pest control throu
of officers and directors and the tracts for the dam at the same the county, including Port S
.appointment of committee chair- .time the State Road Board let its Westcott Circle
onti-rnrt fntr fthc rnd a ndl h rid. At


men for the coming year. There .
will be brief committee reports on any rate, he said, he would have
events happening in the year just the dam plans ready at that time
past and at the conclusion of the and the District could make its de-
meeting, just prior to refreshments, cision.
there will be a short film shown It is not possible to advertise for
by the District Representative en- bids on the two projects in the
titled, "Just By Chance". same legal, the dam not being a
Please mark this date on your State Road Department projuit.
calendar as a reminder for you to However, as Pridgeon later inform-
attend., ed this writer, after the District
members discussed the matter, it
Voiced the opinion that if both
PROCLAMATION bids were advertised simultaneous-
ly, and bidders who bid on both
WHEREAS, the Florida Sher- projects will naturally bid lower
iff's Association has established on each project, knowing that the
on the banks of the historic Su- dam and the road and bridge will
wannee River near Live Oak, be adjacent and that each can be


Florida, a home for needy and
neglected boys, known as the.
Florida Boys Ranch, and
WIHERERAS, this Boy's Ranch,
operated and directed by a
Board of Trustees composed of
outstanding citizens throughout
Florida, will help to build a bet-
ter future for Florida by proivd-
ing a proper home for boys who
might otherwise drift into delin-
quency, and
WHEREAS, ground breaking
ceremonies for the construction
,of the first building will be held
at the Florida 'Sheriff's Boys
Ranch on August 1, 1958, and
SWIHEREAS, during the month
of August, the Board of Trus-
tees of the Ranch, together with
the 'Florida 'Sheriff's Association
will launch a state-wide "Build
the Ranch" campaign to raise
funds for completion of a 250,-
000 building program, and
WHEREAS, the success of this
'Build the Ranch" campaign will
in large measure determine how
soon the first needy and neglect-
ed boys can find a permanent
home in the Ranch,
NOW, THEREFORE, I, G. S.
Croxton by virtue of the author-
ity vested in me as Chairman of
the Board of County Commis-
sioners, do hereby proclaim the
month of August, 1958, as
FLORIDA SHERIFF'S BOYS'
RANCH MONTH
In Gulf County, and urge all citi-
zens to support -this worthy
cause.
,IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
this day, 22nd of July, A. D.
1958.
G. S. CROXTON
ATTEST:
George Y. Core

Visiting Parents
Ronnie Chism of Mobile, Ala., Is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Rush Chism.


constructed at the same time. The
District feels that by so doing,
each project' can be built at con-
siderable saving of money.
Board membership includes the
chairman, William Linton; H. H.
Saunders, G. U. Parker and C. L.
Auders of Blountstown and J. E.
Pridgeon.

Visiting In Georgia


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or per-
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St. Joe.


The City entered -into an agree-
ment to pave and furnish water
and sewer facilities to Westcoss
Circle which joins Garrison Ave-
nue. The city will put down a clay
base and cover it with oil and slag
for the street.
Improvements will be billed on
a pro-rata share to the lots on the
new street with a lein on the pro-
perty to be held by the city. The
work will be payable to the city
over a period of 10 years.
Wynoko Development Company
of Port St. Joe is planning to build
houses on this property during the
next few months.
Old Cemetery Work
The City has completed work on
restoring of old vaults at the old
cemetery. The vaults had been torn
down through the years by vandals
and have now been rebuilt to their
original shape.
Restoration work is also -under-
way on old headstones at the ceme-
tery, restoring them for historical
purposes.


Holly and Becky Hendrix are vis- Undergoes Surgery
iting their grandparents in Geor- T. H. "Uncle Hig" Stone was op-
gia. erated on Monday of this week in
-- Archbald Memorial Hospital in
To Jax on Business Thomasville, ,Ga. Mr. Stone is re-
'Bob King and Joe Christian made ported to be recuperating very well.
a business trip to Jacksonville this His many friends in Port St. Joe
past week-end. wish him a speedy recovery.


DOCTORS JOE HENDRIX (left) and BOB KING (right)
race to dress up in women's garb at a recent party held for
Mrs. Bill Walters, celebrating her retirement. The two dig-
nified doctors entertained the guests with this stunt, from
girdles to garters in less than 10 minutes proving that
women could do it if they wanted to. (" photo)








Legion Auxiliary Is
Signing Up Members
The American Legion Auxiliary
at its regular meeting Tuesday
night started a membership drive
with the goal of being the first
400% Unit in the Second District.
Those paying their dues were, Mrs.
Janet Anderson, Mrs. Louise Beard,
Mrs. Annie Cook, Mrs. H, rtense
Comforter, Mrs. Lola Costin, Mrs.
Flarazelle Connell, Mrs. Tommie
Sue Griffith, Mrs. Senora Grimsley,
Mrs. Gertrude Guilford, Mrs. Anne
Hart, Mrs. Ellen Kirkland, Mrs.
Thelam Prince, Mrs. Verna Smith,
Mrs. Mary Vandevender an-i Mrs.
Madaleine Whitaker.
These members names were sent
as a membership bouquet to Mrs.
Margaret Delles, new Auxiliary
State president to be part of the
60% of the -state's quota that she
hdped to take to Chicago to the Na-
tional Convention.
Mrs. Hart, Auxiliary president,
appointed the chairman of the
standing committees and made ar-
rangements for several members
to attend the Second District School
of Instruction in Blountstown on
August 17.
A refreshment committee was ap-
pointed for a joint meeting on Au-
gust 19 when both the Post and
Auxiliary get together for a cov-
ered dish supper. Those serving on
the committee are, Mrs. Verna
Smith, Mrs. Flarazelle Connell and
Mrs. Madaleine Whitaker.
Mrs. Grimsley and Mrs. Whit-
aker were the hostesses Tuesday
night serving tiny canapes and
fruit punch.

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Singletary
spent last week end in Greenville,
Miss., visiting their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Burge.


STAC House Gets
New Water Cooler
Saturday night 65 boys and girls
danced and played games at the
STAC House. A bop circle dance
was one of the highlights of the
evening.
Screen doors have been installed
at all three doors and a new wa-
ter fountain has been put in. These
were needed items and are cer-
tainly appreciated.
All of the people who contributed
kitchen utensils to the STAC House
are sincerely thanked.
Remember, all of you high school
students to attend the STAC House
Saturday night. Visitors of high
school age are also welcome.
-------------
NEWS FROM

Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Newsome
of Silas, Ala., were visiting friends
here and in Port St. Joe Wednes-
day.
Mr. 'and Mrs. James Williams
and .dautghtels of Dcdthan, Ala.,
were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wil-
liam's parents,. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Laurimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watts and
son of Jacksonville are visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watts.
Mr. and Mrs. George Skipper vis-
ited their sons and families over
the Week end in Panama City, Mr.
and Mrs .Willard Skipper and Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Skipper.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hewett vis-
ited in DeFuniak Springs over the
week end with Mrs. Hewett's mo-
ther, Mrs. J. W. Wooten.
Clinton Cox and daughter, Miss
Mary Cox spent Sunday in Sopchop-
py visiting friends and relatives.


GULF COUNTY DEMOCRATIC

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RALLY

FOR GULF COUNTY
WHITE CITY, August 9, 5:00 p.m. EST, Stafford's Store
OAK GROVE, August 16, 5:00 p.m., EST, Brady Jordan
Community Store.
HIGHLAND VIEW, August 23, 5:00 p.m., EST, School
House.
WEWAHITCHKA, August 80, 4:00 p.m. CST, Drug Store
PORT ST. JOE, September 6, 4:30 p.m., EST, Across from
West Florida Gas and Fuel Co.
A. D. LAWSON, Chairman
SAMMY -PATRICK, Secretary


citizens Jderal


SAVINGS



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Order or Cash, for an


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Lt. and Mrs. Harvey Klein were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Weeks over the week end. Lt. Klein
will go to Korea on August 10.
Mrs.-Klein will remain in New Or-
leans. I
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Beathard of
Orange, Texas are visiting their
daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs.
J. J. Hill and children.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bond of
Georgiana, Ala., are visiting Mrs.
Bond's brother and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Veston M. Hicks and sons.
Mr,. and Mrs. Steve Daniels at-
tended camp meeting in Marianna
Assembly grounds Monday night.
Rev. T. C. Ernest attended the
Assembly of God camp meeting in
Marianna last week. Mra. Ernest
and children visited her parents in
Dothan, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Peterson
and children spent the week end in
DeFuniak Springs with Mrs. Peter-
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Laird.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M Shavers'and
children visited in Dothan, Ala.,
Sunday with relatives.
Mrs. Silas Player and Mrs. Bob
Young visited in Blountstown Mon-
day with relatives.
Mrs. Ruth Jones Patten of Rob-
binsville, N. C., has'retunred home
after a month's visit with her mo-
ther and family, Mrs. Sid Jones.
-K
NEWS FROM

OAK GROVE

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Newsome and
daughter, Iva Lilly spent the week
end in Frink visiting with friends
and relatives.
Miss Ella Newsome of Frink is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. -C.
Newsome and daughter Iva Lilly.
Mrs. Dorothy Levins and daugh-
ter Regina are visiting in Bonifay
with relatives for a few days.
Patsy Johnson of Alabama is vis-
iting with her aunt and uncle, ,Mr.
and Mrs. Dennis Norris.
Edgar Dees and L. C. Dees mo-
,tored to Panama City Monday on
business.
Mrs. Edgar Dees returned home
Monday after spending several days
with her parents in Panama City.
Miss Minnie Ola Ray motored to
Sanama City on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris vis-
ited in Marianna Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. James Broome.
Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Tubberville
and children were in Panama City
Saturday on business.
,Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Burgay and
children of Houston, Texas left for
home Monday after visiting with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Dees for several days.
Mrs. Alien H. Norris and children
of Apalachicola visited with rela-
tives Thursday.
Mrs. James Broome and daughter
of Marianna visited over the we.-a
etid with Mr. and Mrs. Han:.l ror-
ris.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskin and
daughter, Peggy, left Saturday for
Milledgeville, Ga., where they will
visit with friends and relatives.
Mr.. and 'Mrs. Jack *Beckum of
Milledgeville, Ga., visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Haskin and daugh-
ter, Peggy last week.
Miss Laurene Beckum returned
home Saturday after spending sev-
eral days with Miss Peggy Haskin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Haskin.
S-Sgt. and Mrs. J. B. Wood of
Austin, Texas returned home Wed-
nesday after spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Haskin.
Honored With Party
Mrs. J. C. Newsome honored her
daughter, Iva Lilly with a birthday
party on her fourth birthday, Sat-
urday, August 2 at 4:30 p.m. at her
home on Duval Street. Refresh-
ments of cake, punch and potato
chips and favors of balloons and
suckers were served to the follow-
ing guests: Eva and Ellar New-
some, Sherry Campbell, Marilyn
Tubberville, Regina Levins, Lamar'
and Kathy Anderson, Sandra Brad-
ley, Tony and Sue Ann McFarland,
Sherry Newsome, Shan Smith,
Johnny Browning, David Pretzle,


I


Hello..!

By R. GLENN BOYLES
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, Md.
Dear Sunshiners:
We've only a brief time to get
this column chatter in the mail -
no time to detour and let's get go-
ing immediately!


Believe it or not, we're thinking
today of teeth! .
*" God given and
man rfiade. None
can take the
place of those
that appear short-
ly after our earth-
ly debut, ,but it's
rather a m a zing
I"' ^t and wond erful
what man can do.
We readily admit
BOYLES that he is endow-
ed with great creative abilities, on-
ly developed on an average of
about 10% (we've heard) We some-
times wonder just what the other
90% would do? Do you?
Barbara has recently completed
what has turned out to be about
an 18 months procedure of having
some deteriorated teeth extracted
and skillfully replaced with amaz-
ing appearance. Now, we're just in
the mood to salute with gusto the
great blessing and service of den-
tal science, as developed by many
ambitious, energetic, forward look-
ing, dedicated men and women
throughout the world. It so happens
that our own tall, smiling and hap-
py Bob King comes within this cat-
egory. Cheerio, Bob, and this com-
mercial will cost you nothing!
More power to you and may you
have patients to fill your needs
apmly! The urge is also felt to
especially compliment, thank and
salute with sincere and deep ap-
preciation the dentist (whose name
will be omitted here) who started
and completed Barbara's extensive
and difficult work. He gave freely
of his technical skill and, alas! .
he gave far more quantities and
quantities nor to be estimated in
words, or dollars and cents. Plain
human interest, amazing patience
mingled with professional confi-
dence and understanding, plus the
technical skill that produces only
admiration. Our humble thanks go
to him and all engaged in this ri-
tal profession towards the wel-
fare and benefit of mankind.
Now, many thoughts can be had
in connection with teeth many
columns written. However, time is
running out on this one and we'll
close with a little comment heard
recently by an elderly colored wo-
man that went something like this:
"I always taste my words before
they cross my teeth!" Looks like
we made a long jump all at once
.. from teeth to words .but both'
are tremendously important. We'll
let you figure out which is more
and less! Anyway,
Dentrificially,
RGB
-K
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
The 'Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
10:00 a.m., Morning prayer, se*-
mon and the church school.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us and is assured of
a. warm welcome.

Wayne and Becky Gables, Wanda
Stone and the honoree, Iva 'Lilly
Newsome. Those sending gifts but
unable ot attend were: Don and
Ronnie Newsome, Billy Allen, Ju-
dith Ann and Stella Doraleen Nor-
ris, Brian and Timmy Hill -and Lar-
ry and Ricky Herndon, Mrs. Cleve-
land Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Bagdyn.
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Attend Conference
Attending the Baptist Brother-
hood Conference at the Baptist As-
sembly Grounds in Panama City
last Friday night were Frank Pate
and Wesley Ramsey of the First
Baptist Church and Rev. J.. C. Od-
um, A. P. Jackson, Joe Wilkie,


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George McLawhon, Wesley R. Ram- Visitor' 'From Pensacola
sey, B. A. Collier, Calvin Mussel- Betty Harville and Ruth Kanzigg
white, Joe Alligood and Bill Barlow have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Dockery these past two weeks.
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PRICES GOOD AUGUST 7, 8 and 9


ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF


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1010 Palm Boulevard

FRIDAY, AUGUST 15th
The BUNGALOW SHOP is a specialty shop for girls, for the Kindergarten set,
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TOO LATE TO

CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY
You know there is a lot of truth
to that story about making a bet-
ter mouse trap. Here in Florida,
a lot of folks are making better
mouse traps, so to speak and the
proverbial path is being beaten to
their door steps.
They give an emphatic answer to
the question. I am asked over and
over again by prospective Florida
homeseekers. Are there any oppor-
tunities in Florida for starting some


kind of a mall order business?,. of the Florida highlands on a beau- four brothers, Fausto, Jose, Gustavo
Over at Lake Wales a chap is tiful lake, midway between Cyress and Oscar remembered how their
developing a fine nation wide busi- Gardens and Bok Tower. This un- grandfather used to grow the choi-
ness selling soup. You might think usual inn with its dining patios, cest tobacco, then hand make cil-
that soup woul have little appeal quaint gift shop, ornamented bal- gars and sell them to select cus-
especially wit hthe stores offering conies, turrets and old world charm tomers in Havana.
it in wide variety, could just as well 'be in Switzer- The early Spaniards learned the
But my friends, the Hinshaws, land or Italy or Spain. Its renown- art of growing and selecting the
who own and operate Ch-l',- Su- ed cuisine, 'especially soups which choicest tobacco from the Indians,
zanne, make such exceptionally challenge the jaded appetite, caus- and to preserve their cigars they
fine .soup that the demand for it ed the imperative public demand placed them in small bundles of
caused them to set up a canning 'that brought about this unique and thatch-bark which retained all their
plant and today the same delicious profitable mail order business. natural aroma and strength. They
soups that have made the ChaleLt Another example of the mouse called these bundles "Jah Was" pro-
famous is processed and shipped trap variety is found in the ex- nounced YAGAS. They would pack
all over the world, and repeat or- perience of the Cuesta 'Brothers in these bundles in cellars or caves
ders keep up with new orders. ; Tampa. Natives of Cuba, but now for a long period thereby causing
The Chalet is located in the heart citizens of the United States. the all of their natural flavor and goonnd-


ness to become impregateU inQ he
cigars.
Confident that smokers of clear
Havana, long filler cigars would be
glad to pay a premium for superior
quality, the Cuestas arranged to
procure and pack genuine "Jah-
Was" and sell them by mail to dis-
cerming emokbrs. They ship 25
cigars packed five each in thatch-
bark bundles, properly aged, just
as was done years ago by the In-
dians and later the Spaniards. At
$5 per box they are building a na-
tion wide business, to there are
no better cigars than they are of-
fering anywhere.
These are Just two examples of
what can be done in Florida if you
have imagination, faith and cour-
age and can provide the world with
a better mouse trap. If cigars and
soups can 'be sold successfully in
the face of the keenest kind of
competition it goes without saying
that countless other products of-
fer the same opportunity.
Others have attained outstanding
success marketing citrus trait, jel-
lies and jams, shell products and
many other things, and others will
locate In Florida and find some
avenue of developing similar busi-
nesses.
PVI. EMORY C. BAILEY
AT FOREST JACKSON, S. C.
PORT JACKSON, S. C.-Private
Emory C. Bailey, Kenney's Mill, has
been assigned to Co. D., 6th Bn.,
12nd Training sRegiment at Fort
Jackson for his basic infantry train-
ing.
Upon his arrival at Fort Jackson
he was initially assigned to the U.
S. 'Army Personnel Center where
he was issued his clothing, given a
complete physical examination and
a comprehensive battery of apti-
tude tests to determine the Army
duty assignment for which he will
best be fitted.
'During his 'basic training, he will
be taught to fire the IM-1 rifle. Also



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SUMMER COLD




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THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1958


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Half
Gallon


LINDY CREAM STYLE
CORN
TRELLIS EARLY GARDEN
PEAS


4 TALL CANS
59c
4 TALL CANS
59c


ALLEN'S GREEN BABY
LIMAS


CRESTMORE CUT GREEN
BEANS


4 TALL CANS
59c
4 TALL CANS
59c


BUSH'S CALIFORNIA BUTTER
BEANS
BUSH'S CALIFORNIA BLACKEYE
PEAS


TALL CAN
lOc
TALL CAN
lOc


MARLENE

OLEO


CURTIS RED


LB.


TOlES


2 No. 303 Cans

29c


SEATIDE ALASKA
SALMON


GERBER, BEECH NUT or HEINZ
BabyFood
IGA PEACH
Preserves


TALL CAN
49c


6 JARS
59c
20 OZ. JAR
43c


ARMOUR'S With Food Order


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IGA- TALL CANS

Pork & Beans


No. 10
JUG


9


2 CANS 25c


IGA EVAPORATED


SWIFT'S VEGETABLE


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3 Tall Cans


Shortening 79c


IGA IODIZED


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Bug Killer-


CAIRO BEAUTY
Whole DillS


SALT


PHILLIPS


2 TALL BOXES
23c


5 LB. BAG


Pint
57c


Quart
89c


14 Ozs.


79c


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JAR


25c


Corn Meal


35c


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25C


Fresh Large Apalachicola 3 Lbs.
MULLET


Fresh Shucked


SCALLOPS


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83c


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Boneless,
Wasteless
ROUND
STEAK


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ROAST


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ALL MEAT
STEW BEEF
BEEF
SHORT RIBS


IGA Extra Lean GROUND
BEEF LBS
Swift's Premium All Meat Lb. C
FRANKS
Swift's Sweet Rasher Sliced Cello Pack
BACON


FROZEN


53c


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s.


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69c

45c

1.35


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Strawberries
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LB.


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CLUB
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LB.


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> BUTT PORTION lb.59c


10 to 14 Lb. Avg.
WHOLE
Center
SLICES


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Small EGGS


3 Doz.


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CABBAGE


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County


; Agents Notes
*4ii, By CUBIE R. LAIRD
(U. S. Department of Agriculture. University of Florida Agricultural Extension
Service, and Gulf County Board of Commissioners Cooperating. Office open 9 a.m.
to noon, (CST) Mon.-Fri. in the Courthoose, Wewahitchka, Florida.)
Pine Seedlings Orders have order blanks and will be glad
If you wish to make an order for to assist you with making your or-
slash pine, Arizona cypress of red der.
cedar seedlings from Florida For- Nitrogen for Pastures
eat Service for planting next win- Nitrogen-starved pastures mean
ter, yoqi may do so up until October forage-starved cows. Don't neglect
1 this year. The pines are 4.35 per to keep your pastures well equipped
thousand and the cypress and ce- with nitrogen this summer if you
dar are 8.35, delivered to Wetappo Iwant lush, nutritious grass.
Tower. Check or money order made Nitrogen can make a surprising
payable to Florida Board of Fores- difference in the amount of forage
tr must accompany your order. I produced by a pasture. In fact, one


Both


FOR RENT

2 BEDROOM HOUSE
3 BEDROOM HOUSE
Unfurnished -- At St. Joe Beach
$50 PER MONTH
PHONE BAll 7-3171

W. DUREN


5...


YOUR


HAMMONO


ORGAN DEALER

for PORT ST. JOE and GULF CO.

W. F. TIRE & SUPPLY CO., of Panama City
120 W. 6th St. Phone SU 5-7468
Box 1161 Panama City, Fla.'
FOR INFORMATION LOCALLY CONTACT

Mary Fuller
at FULLER'S SUPPLY CO.

CHORD, SPINNET and
CHURCH MODELS


"No, mother, John didn't get
a raise in pay Mercury
just looks that way."


PRICES START BELOW 42 MODELS OF "LOW-PRICE 3"
LMDA

MERCURY

ST. JOE MOTOR COMPANY
,Corner Fourth Street and Highway 98


pound of nitrogen supplied to the Is by growing clovers, vetches, les- keep you abreast of local current
pasture in fertilizer will usually pedezas and other legumes that events and interests in farming,
produce five pounds or more of beef carry nitrogen-fixing bacteria. A and throw in a little practice rec-
growth, provided the pasture has good manager will Include some le- ommendations too. I'm going to
plenty of other nutrients. gumes in his pasture program take two weeks leave beginning
Don't apply nitrogen all at once wherever possible. August 10. Also the last week of


and expect gains all through the Pastures'of grass alone need nit-


summer, however. The cattle will
make gains on the first grass, ut
soon much of the nitrogen will be
concentrated, in manure spots,
where the cattle won't -eat and it
will leach rapidly. You can main-
tain the high protein content of
your pasture and produce better
beef gains or more consistent milk
production by supplying the sum-
mer's nitrogen in two or three ap-
plications a month or six weeks
apart.
The cheapest way of getting
needed nitrogen for your pastures


rogen at regular intervals all thru
the growing season to maintain
good production.
Plenty of nitrogen for your pas-
tures is particularly important in
late summer when the grass has
passed the spring growth period.
Such grass often contains less than
three per cent protein. Cattle
would have a hard time eating
enough of this sort of forage to
.make gains.
I am Signing off for a Spell
This column is now about one
year old. I've enjoyed attempting to


August I will attend the Agent's
Conference in Gainesville.

Farm Forester
To get the best growth from prac-
tically any crop, competition must
be removed. Corn, beans and other
row crops must be cultivated to
remove weeds and grass which rob
these crops of moisture and fertil-
ity. The same is true for pines ex-
cept that the competition results
from worthless trees, pines planted
too closely together and from the
limbs and branches of a pine tree.
,In order to assist a landowner in
improving his timber stand the U.
S. Dept. of Agriculture has included
a practice within the Agriculutre
Conservation program known as
B-10. A landowner may qualify for
this assistaine by completing any
of the following forestry practices:
1. Removal of undesirable trees
by eithe felling, girdling, or poi-
soning from a stand of desirable
trees.
2. Thinning a desirable stand of
trees that has become overcrowded.
3. Pruning of at least 100 poten-


t


Designed exclusively for you!
Your prescription is ordered to suit your
health needs that is why we cannot
counter-prescribe, or make any change
in amount. The doctor orders better
health. We supply it!


S Final SniNmer
"1L CLEARANCE


ST 7 WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR FALL MERCHANDISE
Sale Starts Thursday, Aug. 7- WHICH IS ARRIVING DAILY


"More For Your Money"
Hubbard
PANTS
-Dacron & Wool Reg. $12.95
Now $8.8 8
WASH and WEAR
Dacrdn and Rayon
Dacron and Cotton
Reg. $9.95
Now $6.88


Rge. $8.95
Now $5.88
Others Priced From
$4.88


Men's
Summer
SUITS
Reg. $55.00
Now $37.88
Reg. $45.00 V
Now $34.88
Reg. $39.95
Now $27.88
These are
CURLEE and SEWELL
Suits
-NO ALTERATIONS


Entire Stock of Manhattan and Block's
Sport Shirt Reg. $5.95 --- NOW $3.88
pReg. $4.95 --- NOW $3.48
Reg. $1.98 Reg. $3.95 NOW $2.88
NOW Reg. $3.50 --- NOW $2.48

$1.48 Reg. $2.98 NOW $1.88

Men's Summer

STRAWS


2 Price ..

MEN'S MANHATTAN SWIM SUITS
Reg. $3.95 Reg. $3.50 $248
NOW ---------- n NOW ------ 4
Reg. $5.95 $ 0 Reg. $2.98 .......
NOW NOW --.----- $188...
Reg. $4.95 $A3 4
Reo. $ "Buy Now for Next Summer
NOW---- --- MUV"t and Save"


Reg. $9.95
NOW .-..


ENSAMBLES
$588 Reg. $7.95 4.88
. 00 NOW ------..00..-


Men's 'White Butcher Linen
SPORT COATS
Reg. $16.95
Now $8.8 8

Entire Summer Stock of
NUNN-BUSH
SHOES
Two tones and nylon mesh
Values To $21.95

NOW

$11.88


Men's Manhattan SHORTIE PAJAMAS


Reg. 3.98


Now 2.88


All Sales Final!


MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR


4?1


NEW SUMMER
KAYNEE

Sport Shirts
REDUCED TO CLEAR
Reg. $3.50 $248
NOWNN.....-- .4


SI.88

S1.68

$1.48


Reg. $2.98
-NOW- ----
Reg. $2.50
NOW .----
Reg. $1.98
NOW ----.----- -


BUY NOW
For your back to school needi

BIG SAVING!

BOY'S SUMMER DRESS PANTS



Reduced to Clear


BOYS' SUMMER
SUITS and
SPORT COATS
DRASTICALLY
REDUCED!


Reg. $15.95
NOW ONLY
Reg. $12.95
NOW ONLY
Reg. $8.95
NOW ONLYs -
ISizes


S$9.88
S7.88
S--- $4.88
6 to 18


SEE OUR DOLLAR TABLE!


Boy's KAYNEE SHORTIE PAJAMAS


Reg. $1.98
NOW


S1.48


Reg. $2.98 1 0
NOW -.---.-.------.. 1 ,uu


All Sales Cash!


- NO REFUNDS NO RETURNS

NO PHONE CALLS NO APPROVALS


Phone BAII 7-8171


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 8:00 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


"Outfitters For Dads and Lads"
410 REID AVENUE


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1958


tiol sawtimber trees per acre.
stone Eells, Sr., deceased, are hereby soti-
Before doing any of these prac- fted and required to file any claims or Ue-
tices write the Farm Forester, p mands which they may have against said
ties write the Farm Forester, P. estate in the office of the County Judge of
0. Box 513, Blountstown, Fla., or Gulf County, Florida, in the Courthomue at-
Wewahitchka, Florida, within eight calendar
contact your County Agent. months from the dae of the first publication
__ of this notice. Each claim or demand must
bet in writing and must state the place or
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, residence and post-office address of the
GUL? COUNTY, FLORIDA. claimant and must be sworn to by the clai-
IN PROBATE mant, his agent, or his attorney, or it will
i, Re: Estate of become void according to law.
BYRON WHETSTONE EELLS, SR, ELDORA COLGIN EELLS 4t
deceased. Executrix of the Estate of Byron
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Whetstone Sells, Sr., deceased.
All creditors of the estate of Byron Whet- 4t-7-31



Smith's Pharmacy
Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmacist ... 1
JOHN ROBERT SMITH .,
Pharmaceutical Chemist
EMSY.


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3 LB. CAN
CRISCO


79c


Maxwell House Instant 6 Oz.
COFFEE


99c


ARMOUR'S
MILK


4 tall 49c


GA. GRADE A & 0 WHOLE limit 2 with $5.00 order or more.


Iib
3 LBS.

39


FRESH Limit 3 Lbs.

GROUND

BEEF


ARMOUR'S NO. 10 JAR


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MILADY
Tissue

5 ea..


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BORDEN'S
B


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OUR VALUE 303 Can
Tomatoes

3For35C


TENDER BAKE 10 LBS.


U. S. GOOD


SLAB SLICED
B ACN
MARY ANNE -- 12 OZ.
FRAN S S
ALL LEAN
STEW


2lbs


2 LBS.

LB.

LB.
A:11- C


OAK HILL -- NO. 2V2 Can
PEACHES
25c
HAWAIIAN -- 46 Oz. Can
PUNCH
3 FOR 1.00


Sweet LB.
POTATOESlOc


Pascal
CELERY


WE GIVE


GREEN
STAMPS


STALK
10c


BANQUET -- Chicken, Beef and Turkey
POT PIES
GOLDEN BROWN
SHRIMP


3 FOR
79c


10 OZ.
59c


MIX-EM-UP -- FROZEN 4 FOR
VEGETABLES79c


Firm Head
CABBAGE
Sunkist
LEMONS


U. S. NO. 1 -- 10 LB. BAG -- With $5.00 Order or More

POTATOES
CARTON EACH PURPLE HULL
TOMATOES 10c PEAS


LB.
3c
EACH
2c

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3 LBS.
19c


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FOR RENT: Two bedroom, two FO. RE-T.. .. LOST: One red Wizard water ski.
story house with garage on Long FOR RENT: Two la om i arqlse ap I Lost in hay Saturday, July 26.
Ave., corner 16th St. $60 00 per artment. Fu'shed. ('Couple pire- Call Milton Chafin. Ball 7-7606 for
month. J. A. Mira, Phone 9-1301. f'rred. Comfortable. 510A i6th Si. rew'aId. 2tp
Phone 7-5 116. lp i .p-
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom n.. .. BUILD-REPAIR-REMODEL
attractively furnished apartments FOR RENT: Spa ioan 2 l Cdrtl 36 Months To Pay
Cool in summer, warm in winter, Clonse oi Palm hll Cl See BARRIER BUILDERS
Gas heat, window fans. They have l.s...till. Jr. 21 [,3-7
to be seen to be appreciated. ALSO FOR RENT: Nire ftvo hblir ooii u OPPORTUNITY
NICE TRAILER PARKING SPACE anrient. 617 Woodward Ave. Call MAN or WOMAN
Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133, Wimico C. E. I alley, Phoe 3 -2, T;lla- lie'prisibie person from this, area,
(Lodge Apartments and Trailor 1hassee, Fla. ltc-8-7 ,to service and collect from automa-
Park, White City. tfc-7-17 ...... .. I i dispensers. No selling. Age not
FOR SALE: Cabi- cruiser, 25' x S' .sn!1. Car. references, and $400
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart- Gray marine .2. i 2. Will to $700 investment necessary. 7 to
ment. 706 Woodward Ave. Phone swap for real estate, car or cash. 12 hours weekly nets up to $300
BAll 7-3941 for information. 21t Call 7-7761. tfc-8-7 r!' ily income. Possibility full-
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YOU need in your homeII. SI.TOP and i
SWAP SHOP.
NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
bright new uphclstery with tailor
made seat covers, Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfc-E..2
"RADE US that useless article for
something useful. STOP and
W AP.

Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Re-el Parts and Repairs
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ntg first and third Monday nights
%00 p.m., American Legion Home


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 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.

\
ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secty.
Al] Master Masons cordially Invited
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith,
High Priest. H. R. Maige, Secretary,


NOTICE OF REGISTRATION THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Pla.
OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given that the NOTICE
undersigned, desiring tio engage Notice is hereby given that the City
undersigned, desiring to engage In Assessment Roll for the City of Port
business under the fictitious name Joe, Florida, for the tax year 1958, wi
of COASTAL REALTY COMPANY, submitted to the Tax Equalizing Boar,
at 116 Monumenn t Avenue in the approval on the 19th day of August A
at 116 Monument Avenueat the City Hall at 7:00 P.M.
City of Port St. Joe, Florida, in- All persons desiring to have correct
tends to register the said name made in such roll, whether in the lis
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 'valuaton of property or otherwise, ar
quested to file with the undersigned o
of Gulf County, Florida. before the 19th day of August 1958,
4t-7-17 WIDLIAM J. RISH petition setting forth their objection
-uco-ass-sment --- t e-corec_- ion_--_i".


FpOR RENT Se Mrs, SiMrey for FOR SALE: A large three bedroom time work. For local interview give
I apparent and houses, furnisihid house with approximately 1400 phone and particulars. Write P. 0.
Sansid unfurnishid. Phone 7-8058. tic sq. It. floor space for only $10,500. Box S65. Okla. City, Okla.
...... Shown by appointment only. 3tc
FRANK HANNON BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Real Estate Broker Local area Man or Lady wanted to
eut., ful new 3-bedroom huse Registered Real Estate Broker service and collect from coin-oper-
S utiul new roiedr o e Phone 7-3491 211 Reid Ave. ated dispensing equipment. 4 to 9
furnished or unfurnished by week Port St. Joe, Fla, hours weekly earns operator up to
or month at St. Joe Beach. FOR SALE: Panacraft boat with $290 monthly. No age limit or sell-
J, D. CLARK 30 hp. Johnson motor. Electric ing but must have car, references
BAII 7-7771 starter, windshield, steering wheel, arid $800 to ,.$1600 working capital.
B 7E-Z trailer. Perfect condition. For For interview give personal particu-
sale at a bargain. See Doyle Re- lars, phone number. Write Box
o a- therford, 528 6th St. ite .4728, Dallas 6, Texas.
FOR RENT:" P utni. hed cottage.
a and apartmenetsr Se Otto Ander- FOR SALE: Metal lawn chairs. 2- LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
son. tfc-3-27 straight, $3 50 ea. 2 rockers, $4.25 hour. Cut your lawn and let me
ea. All four $12.00. S. L. Barle. worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME with Phone 7-8191. 4tc-7-30 Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
beautiful coraemic tile. Repair son, Phone 7-7501.
work our specialty. Can be financ- FOR SALE: Small pony (not shet-
ed. J. 13. HlICKS, Tile and Marble land) Roy Rogers saddle, blank- WANTED: Waitresses. Experience
Co., Phone 7-793S. tfc-6-5 et, martingale, bridle and halter, preferred. Apply in person to
-- --- ----------- Very gentle and ideal for children Honey's Cafe. tfc-7-31
FOR RENT: House, corner of Long ago six to 12. Write or phone Hal FOR RENT: Furnished downstairs
and First rank Dand-7-1o Ioffman, Apalachicola, Fla., .for apartment. 1505. MoFurnished dnuowment Ave.
c. 6rp- luiher information and price. Phone 7-5771. tic-7-30
FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom House at COR SALE: 2 bedroom house on
White Ciy-. Electric hot water St. Joe Beach. Completely fur- FOR RENT: Furnished garage ap-oom
h ealtr and electric ra-nge Iurishe nishe. Newly painted outside. Call rtment. 2 bedroom, living room,and
c. E. .T. Rich at White City. tfc 7-7016, Warren J. Yeager. ltp dining room, kitchen andbat-h.
FOR SALE or RENT: House and FOR SALE: Choice lots in Jones-
Stwo loa s loeaiid 2 blocks fIrom vile Subdivision. Just three miles UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
HiSiitiand View school house. $4450. souih' of town off U. S. 98. Lots 50' furniture In k old? Bring it to
8150n dlowi, ial. ;?35.00 per month, X 150' going for only 300 each. Very Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
or rent for $25.00 per month. Call reasonable terms offered. See Roy and Reid for expert rebuilding.
H-. L. P1atterson at Coggin & Deer- E. Cox at Smith Tire and Recap. FAST EFFICTENT PLUMB
-* l shop bt h)elw n 1 lid 9. Chip- Co., Port St. Joe. 6tp-7-10 FORING SERVICE. Call Bill'sNT Plumb-
"ly or write to I,1t. 2, Graceville. 4tp ING SERVICE.-Call Bill's Plumb-
BEACH LOTS FOR SALE: $25.00 ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc
FOR RENT: 0.oomi unfuriiished down. $10.00 per month. R. L. F YOU ARE INTERESTED In sav-
aSrtent. 217 9th S. S J. ,7 Fortner, MeNxico Beach. tfc-7-17 in
Dianieli. 21 9th St. tfe 8-7 ing money see us for anything
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E iIl


Re-Elect

Cecil G.

Costin

Jr.
your


State
Representative
Experienced Capable
I feel that my record as a mem-
ber of the Lgeislature has been a
good record and the legislation
which I introduced and supported
was for the best interest of the
people of Gulf County.
I respectfully solicit your contin-
ned vote and support upon my past
record.
Sincerely,
CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.


Keep Florida Ahead!

RE-ELECT SPESSARD L.




DLHLAIN


YOUR U. S. SENATOR


Tax
t St.
11ll be
id for
EST.
etions
citing,
e re-
on or
their
1s to


such assessment and the corrections whni
they desire to have made.
Witness my hand and the official seal
of the City of Port St. Joe, Florida this
5th day of August 1958.
R. W. HENDERSON 2t
City Auditor and Clerk 8-7
as Ex-Officio Tax Assessor.



Political Announcements
(Paid Political Advertising)


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p rductivb lives than their fore-
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welt past retirementl rrie"
This young view of life is ex-
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PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


WALL ELECTRIC

COMPANY

FOR EXPERT

Electric Repairs
and
Contracting

DIAL BA 7-4331



FOR SALE
1 House and 1 vacant lot at
Mexico Beach.
House on McClellan Ave.,
2 bedroom.
FOR SALE: House at 522 9th
St. Priced to sell.
SEVERAL NICE HOMES for
sale in different parts of Port
St. Joe. We help you arrange
financing. If you are inte:eset-
ed in owning your own home.
please contact us.

E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Phone 7-7741



C. P. ETHEREDGE
Licensed
PLUMBING and
ELECTRICAL WORK
Phone 7-2564
605 Maddox Street


member of
House of Representatives
The People's Voice In the
State Legislature


I wish to announce my candi-
oacy for re-election as County
Commissioner from District No.
2.
If re-elected, I promise to con-
tinue to serve all of Gulf County
honestly and to the very best of
my ability.
I will appreciate your vote and
support.
E. C. HARDEN, SR.


CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER, DIST. NO. 2
1I am a life-long resident of Gulf
County and served the County
faithfully and sincerely from 1941
until 1954. I announce my candi-
dacy again for Commissioner, Dis-
trict No. 2:
(1) Because of my three terms
of valuable experience as your
Commissioner.
(2) Because I believe I can as-
sist in saving the people some
money and still be very useful in
helping with the progress of our
growing county.
I thank you and solicit your vote
and your support.
JIM S. DANIELS

FRIENDS OF GULF COUNTY:
I am announcing my candidacy
for County Commissioner for
District No. 4. I have lived in
Port St. Joe and Gulf County for
20 years. I pledge to work for
the best interest of all the peo-
ple in Gulf County, and will sin-
cerely appreciate your vote and
support.
COLEMAN W. THARPE

For Small Claims Judge
I am seeking re-election to
my first full term as Judge of
the Small Claims Court of
Gulf County.
During my past two years
in this capacity we have ren-
dered the people of Gulf Co.,
every service possible. We
offer our candidacy on our
past record.
B. B. CONKLIN


-


ELECT

Silas R. Stone

County
Prosecuting Attorney

Democratic Primary, Sept. 9


First time in 10 ',eors
we'.e priced this
high q:jol,7 so low.
GUAR~,.NTEE in writing -.iih e.ery
"Flexoform" Maftress
... -5 TODAY-DON'T MISS IT!


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No Outside Financing
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At a time like this


Florida needs a Senator

of solid, proved ability!

Spessard Holland has proved throughout his
career in public life that he has his feet on the
ground and his vision on Florida's and Amer-
ica's future. He is a man of great ability, who
has performed steadily and well for Florida .
who is completely dependable in his work for
his State and Country. His achievements rank
him as .one of Florida's great U. S. Senators.
Vote for Spessard Holland's re-election to the
United States Senate. In a distressed world he
is a sound influence for good government and
peace.

KEEP FLORIDA AHEAD WITH HOLLAND!
(Political Adv. paid forby State Campaign Treasurer)


MY SINCERE

APPRECIATION

TO YOU THE VOTERS
For your confidence in re-nominating me,
without opposition, as your Congressman.


Bob Sikes


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1 95

LISTEN TO

The Baptist Hour

EACH SUNDAY 4:00 P.M.
Over Radio Station

WJOE

1570 On Your Dial



VOTE TO KEEP
BENJAMIN H. DICKENS
County Prosecuting Attorney
Subject to Democratic Primary
September 9
CAPABLE IMPARTIAL
EXPERIENCED COURTEOUS
Should the people honor me by
returning me to this office, I
pledge that I will be a servant
.of the public. I will always upuol I
the high public trust reposed in
the office of County Prosecuting
Attorney.

MY FRIENDS:
I am seeking the position of
County Commissioner in District
Four. I pledge to serve the people
of this county to the best of my
ability. The voice of the people
will always be my guide.
WALTER GRAHAM

For School Board Member
I am seeking re-election to
my current position of School
Board member from District
One.
I have become familiar with
the workings of our school
system and pledge myself to
the best school system it is
possible for Gulf County to
have.
CLYDE BROGDON

For School Board Member
I offer myself for election
for the first time to the po-
sition of School Board mem-
ber in District One.
If elected I pledge myself
to the betterment of the stan-
dards and efficiency of the
Gulf County school system. -
WILLIAM ROEMER

FELLOW CITIZENS OF
GULF COUNTY
This is to announce my candi-
dacy for County Commissioner
from District No. 4. I am married
and have two children and am a
property owner in the county.
My family and I have a stake
in Gulf County's future and I will
work at all times to protect your
interests as well as mine.
I will sincerely appreciate your
support and vote on September 9
for County Commissioner, Dist. 4.
HARRY DOWDEN


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