The star
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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: April 22, 1954
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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).
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System ID: UF00028419:00966

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Published in Port St. Joe
But Devoted To the Con- i
tinued Development of
G ,lfl -.... ,,

(.iuit county
Ever since those Brazilians t
have started peddlinti their cof-
,ee beans at the large un-econ-
omy price we have read ream
after ream of ways to beat the
high cost of coffee. This hasn't VOLUME XVII
bothered us much since we just
plain didn't like coffee anyhow.
But, not to be unpatriotic in re- S ns n
gards to the suffering of our fel-b Saints Begin rac!
low human beings, we just have T
to get in our two cents worth on TOWn Talent; M
how to beat the high price of
coffe. The best method we
know of is to just quit drinking The Port St. Joe "Saints" met
the stuff. But for you caffien- Thursday night. April 15, for the
fiends who just gotta have your purpose of electing their manager
cuppa cawfee" about the best and Board of Directors for the coin.
advice we can give is to just ing season. The following men
wander down the main stem
with their eyes peeled for a guy Gene Austin is
-sauntering aimlessly down the tin 1I
street with a grin on his face and N ad G C f C
worried look in his eyes; a right Named G l o st
hand extended at all times ready
to shake any and every other League President
hand it comes into contact with
and a box of cards under his
arm. This is known as a "genus Officers Plan For 22 Game
politics candidate" and is always Season; Set Game Times
good for a free cup what -with
the mild state of shock that he The Board of Directors of the
is in at the present time. The on- Gulf Coast Baseball League held
ly trouble is that the season is their first meeting for the year of
.short on this particular species 1954 last Thursday night, April 15
and,after May 4 the population a't the Florida Powet office in Port
of this free source of coffee will st. Joe.
dwindle down to practically no- The meeting was attended by
thing. representatives from Apalachicola,
So you better get that free cup Tallahassee, P.ort St. Joe and
while the getting good. Blountstown called in a few min-

We have a rabbit.
One lonely rabbit.
The kids have a rabbit, that
This particular rabbit came to
bur house Easter morning.
This rabbit, like everything
else that hobnobs with newspd-
permen and printers is sorta fun-
ny acting.
This particular rabbit has the
run of the house with many loud
wails of protest at the thought
of putting him out in a hut.
That just won't do.
Our rabbit is peculiar in that
-he just don't like lettuce and
carrots: Imagine that!
He'll give orange peelings and
commercial i ab1i food a fit
but no }ittiu.lc- i ci'rrot_ ful
You reckon he's sick.

- I m- Afl

utes before meeting time stating
their desire to enter.
It was agreed that the Gulf
Coast League would officially open
June first and play 22 games and
close on August 15 with a shaun-
essy play-off. The following teams
entered, Port St. oe, Apalachicola,
B'ountstown and Tallahassee. All
of Tallaahassee's home games will
be played in Chattahoochee. The
league will be composed-of all lo-
cal talent.
The following officers were nom-
inated to serve for the year 1954:


A n Progressive
Community With a '

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Mer Prgrssv

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

Single Copy Sc $3.00 Per Year PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954 NUMBER 33

tice With Home

eet Apalach Sunday

I were appointed for the Board oi
Directors: I. C. Nedley, president;
Ed Ramsey, Earl Atchison and J.
L. Miller. Jack Justice was apoint-
ed business manager.
Dan Sexton will-pilot the Saints

this year. The team will be com-
posed of nothing but local talent.
It was agreed on at the meeting of
the Gulf Coast League that. no
team would be eligible to carry
anyone -on their roster unless he
was a local boy. This way it iS felt
that more interest will be created
in each town and also between the
different clubs.
Everyone who would like to play
ball this year for the Saints is
urged to come out each afternoon
to the practice sessions. Practice
began Monday and is being con-
ducted at the ball park at 5 o'clock.
The Saints will journey to Apa-
lachicola .Sunday afternoon, April
25 for an exhibition game with the
Apalachicola Oystermen. Everyone
is urged to come out and take part
in this pre-season exhibition and
offer your support to your team
throughout the year.'

Kiwanians To Present

Annual Minstrel Show

The Kiwanis Club will present
their edition of their second annual
Negro Minstrel next Friday night
at 8:30 p.m. at the Port Theatre
auditorium.. A second performance
will be given the following night
at the High School Auditorium. Sep-

Gene Austin, presdient; N.,.i-'i; arate tickets are being sold for
Armstrong, vice-president; Jack 'each performance and the tickets
Justice, treasurer. are good only for the date they
The games will be played on aie purchased for.
Wednesday ni;ii and Sunday af- ,An added attraction to 'the mi:t
ei ui:...n CGaime ritne will' be at 8 strel will b~e a-conriert '., tha Part
p:m. on Wednesday nights and 4 St. Joe High Schodl Band at both
p.m. on Sunday afternoons. performances. The crowning of the
band "Queen" which is being de-
S a I | | cided now by a contest among the

Leon Federal is uttering cnolarsnips

For Four Graduates of This Vicinity

Opportunity for a college educa-
tion was. made available today for
four high school seniors in Leon,
Wakulla, Liberty, Fralklin, Jeffer-
son, Gulf, Calhoun, Gadsden; T-.y-
lor, Lafayette, Dixie, Su .aunee

Patrolman Lists

March Activities

Florida Highway Patrolman C.
Saunders of Port St. Joe this week
offered his monthly report to the
State office for his activities for
the month of March.
During March .trooper Saunders
patrolled 4,868 miles of Gulf Coun-
ty road spending 266 hours on the
job. Saunders arrested 14 and gave

a: d Madison counties by tl:o a:'
nouncement of a scholarship plan
offered by Leon Federal SaviLgs
and Loan Association of Talla-
Two scholarships of $500 each
are offered for two students de-
siring to attend Florida A & M
University and two scholarships of
$500 each are offered for students
desiring to attend Florida State
University. The awards 'will be has
ed upon the applicant's high school
record, standardized test score and
the applicant's purpose in attend--
ing a university 'at Tallahassee.
High school principals of the
various schools have complete in-
formation and applications for the

high school students, will be crown-
ed at the performances at the Por:
Theatre next Friday night.'
A street parade will advertise
the Minstrel Friday afternoon
when Minstrel characters, accom-
panied by the High School Band
will march in a big parade down

Catherine Nix Receives
Recognition; Award

Miss Catherine Nix of the Port
St. Joe High School Sociat\Studies
department has been awarded a
Fellowship by the Fund for the
Advancement of Education for the
194-'55 school term.
Miss Nix plans to spend part of
the time from the award in New
York City studying the United Na-

scholarships. High school seniors tions in action, consulting Social
from the eligible counties will sub- [Studies teachers and gaining gen-

BrigLet To Construct Long

Awaited Historical Museumn Here

Edifice Has $25,000.00 Grant Out of Florida Board of Parks Budget;

Building Will Carry Out and Expand Purpose of Constitution Park Here

The Florida Board of Parks and equipping the building in Consti- after a requisition has been put be- boards for the past few montha.
Historic Memorials are calling for -tution Park here in Port St. Joe. fore the Appropriations Commit- and have now been released with
sealed bids to b'b delivered at their The museum was written into tee by the Gulf County Reprsei- all specifications drawn.
offices in Tallahassee for the con- the Park Board appropriations at tative, Cecil G. Csetin. The building was designed by
struction a museum building and the last session of the legislature Plans have been on the drawing Robert .F. Maybin, Architect of
The original building will con-
tain only the center portion of the
Architect's drawing in the columns
it adjoining this but the drawings and
S, specifications have been made for
SIIV two wings which will be added as
additional appropriations become
available in future sessions. The
original appropriation was for
S.,a Costin pushed the appropriation
s for the museum in order to provide
Sa place on the site of the signing
A t of Florida's first constitution for
P the preservation of other Florida
S. historical "firsts" pertaining to that
T t e era such as the first steam rail-
a-bo-"' :,a--aY- grsoad in the State of Florida which
ran from old St. Joseph's to Lakl-
Wimic6 to link steamer transpor-
Architects Drawing of Constitution Park Hostorical Museum tion with ocean going vessels at

twiserst engine is now satorred in the
the local docks. A replica of this

Small Tornado Does Elbert Pace Killed In Knife eight In Cfstengine i now storredat theCon-
StretTeo da e tn it te tCentennial Auditorium at the Con-
gh r damae Qd s* stitution Park and will be transfer-
Slige Here Co Quarters Last Fr iday Nightred to the museum upon comple-
tion. It is planned that the original
A small tornado whipped through ------ fis'st constitution with authentic
town last Friday afternoon doing Elbert Pace was stabbed to ka, at about 11 p.m. signatures thereon will also be
a small amount of damage and death by a knife w-aind o to th, According to witnesses the ar- placed in the museum.
bringing a large amount of rain. heart last riday night in the c'l- 'gument that resulted in the fatal The ocar park has been receiv-
The twister' whipped through the ored quarters:as- the result of an stbbin t: te in .Doll 'Baby's in 000.00 e y wo years from
North end' of tlfe business district a.'..:ment v.','I a u: : ." colrel F.,-" 1 Fl~ ... '.-, en .w-, d.d,'n- ithe' tmIyI f or ul0eep, maintenance
I" 1 ,1 ,. t b aat be ro d ----rfee-, -maintenance
about 3:30 in the afternoon and nan George Young -f Wewahitch- inlg Pace stepped' on Young's toe and improvements but only a fra-
broke windows in several business rd when Young told the other man tion of the budget each year hal
establishments. Cmic B ks Used o o "watch out where he was going' been used for this purpose. The
The twister was the hit and miss BookTo P ace flew up in a rage and t id funds earmarked for the museum,
varietyand skipped and hopped Teach Youth Driving To start a fight wita Young. -however, are earmarked .for that
across the section of town by First Pace had been drink heavily project.
Street. The tornado spout came Trper Randa and Young left the ola e to avoid
down to eartlh by the AN Rail- T'oope Randall Robinson, safe- a ongttae aids for the'construction the
road shops and blew a carpenter's ty officer, Fbi-ida Highway Patrol a fight, according to witnesses, and
t officer, Florida Highway Patrol went to another barcae, "Qiene museum must be in the Park Board
sawd horse through a wall.. The said this week that the Florida went to another bar-cafo, "usePaee offices by May 6 and construction
saw horse throPgh a wall. The
cone then jumped ove to the Ge- Highway Patrol was trying a new foo d Young to th sablis-is slated to begin as soon as possi-
man Quarters and took the roof off "twist" in its effort to impress wedto esumng t the esabliwith ble after the contract is let upon
a store building before careening young drivers ,with their responsei the lowest bidder.
a store building before careening a knife,
off into the swamp. bii as auomobie operators. Young managed to get his hands
'No injuries were reported. "Nowthey're using comic books on a kitchen" knife to protect him- Band Starting Classes
Robinson said. A concentrated ef- se an in the stugge stabbed
About the same time a twister is being made o place a cop elf and in the struggle stabbed ForF re Canddate
came into land over in Milville of the comic book. "Tomy GetsPa in the chest. Pace tagger
and did considerable damage and out the door and fell apparently
The Keys" in the hands of every
caused a few injuries. freshman and sophomore in Flor- dead. He was dead upon arrival at Sixty new recruits for the new
da's high schools. He said that the Municipal Hospital. school band is the objective of the
Oak Grove Assembly of "copies have already been given to George Young, meanwhile, was campaign which started on Mon-
God To Start Revival students in Bay 'and Gulf Counties attempting to get out of town and day, April 12 with musical aptl-
......--f.. tude tests for all students now en-

'The Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church will begin revival services
April 26 to be held in their church
auditorium at Oak Grove.
Rev. J. B. Bauldree, former dis-
trict superintendent of the Assem-
tif'- h'n'. r 4nr,. in fhTi WrCt

written warnings to 99 motors eral information which will help iS of God urc esn t es
written warnings to ai motorsts. mit an application to the -selection eral information which will help 'o U "t l "
Saunders has 47 cases-pending for committee for the University which her to become a 'better teacher. Florida District, will deliver the
action. Saunders investigated two they desr to attend by May 6. The remaining part of the year messages.
accidents during the month, with The two committees will announce will be spent in Washington, D. C: The revival will last for two
only one injured. the awards at the commencement and surrounding areas studying weeks or longer and the church
Trooper Saunders gave 11 asts exercises of the student's school. Congress in action, extends to evei'yone an 'invitation
to loca; officers and other High;. __-~_- The Fellowship is awarded to to attend.
way Patrolmen, one safety talk to Visitors From California 300 teachers throughout the na- Services will be held at 8:00 p.m
an audience of 40 iigh school stu- Mr. and Mrs. E. M. White and tion. They make application out- each night.
de.-:ts and gave 57 dri crs exams children df San Diego, Calif., spent lining the program that they would ---- ---
And he's only one ma_ a two weeks vacation here with like to persue for the year which OMMISSION
Sthe R. E. Williams family. Mrs. will benefit them most. The selec- We are very sorry that the Mo-
Kindergarten To Present iWhite and Mrs. Williams are sis- tion is made ,by a committee made dern Furniture Comptny was om-
ters. up of well known educations of mitted in the article last week
Pipy At High School the United States. thanking all who helped in making
Week End Visitors ---- the Flower ,Show a success. The
The Happyland Kindergarten un- Mrs. Harry R. Jones of Jackson, Visitor From Atlanta Mdern Furniture Company loan-
der the direction of Mrs. Charles Ala.. visited this week end with Mrs. R. S. Payne of Atlanta, Ga., ed several pieces of lawn furniture
Brown arid Mrs. Watler Johnson her children, Mrs. M. S. Smith, arrived Easter 'Sunday to spend to be used.
will present "Jack and the Bean-Mrs. F. 'H. LaGrange and Mrs.! two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. --
stalk" at the High School Auditor- 'Grady Player and their families. T. M. Watts and family. Send The Star to a. friend.

ium Monday, April 26 at 8 p.m.
The cast of characters will be
as follows:
Glant, Kenneth Brodnax
Giant's Wife, Bonnie Bringman
Mr. Dinklepuss, Elliot Jones
Jack's Mother, Ann Belin
Jack. Tommie Atchison
Queen Elizabeth, Christie Colde-
Prince Philip, John Maddox

Tom Mosely, Jr., Named PTA President For Coming Year

The April meeting of the Parent-
Teacher Association was held in
the auditorium of the Port St. Joe
High ISchool, Thursday evening
with Mrs. W. D. Jones, president
presiding. The meeting opened with

.Princess Margaret Rose, Michele group singing led by Mrs. Hunter
Anchors : Russell', music, director, followed
Fairy, Betty'Tomlinson 'by the Lord's Prayer in unison.
All dance arrangements by Eliza, During the business meeting, the
Sbeth Ann Brown. nomination committee presented
Worry Birds, 5 year girls the following slate of officers for
Paw Paw Dance, Indian Dance, the 54-55 term: Tom Mosely, Jr.,
(Continued on Page 2) president; Mrs. Myrtle Childers.

first vice-president; Mrs. William
Wager, second vice-president: Mrs.
J. C. Price, secretary; Joseph V.
Dowd, treasurer and Mrs. W. D.
Jones, parliamentarian.
The program, under the direction
of Dewey Phillips, science teacher,
was entitled, "Third Annual Science
Fair". Experiments were presented
on the stage by Ann Kenney, Ruth
Lynn Ramsey, Carolyn Brigman,
Benny Roberts, Walter Wilder and
Bobby McKnight. In the laboratory,
the entire science class took part

in experiments. Those that did not

and plans for distribution had been
made in every other county in
West Florida".
The comic books are printed by
the B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co.
Bond Sales Chairman S. L.
Barke Gives Bond Sales

S. L'. Barke, Chairman of the
'Savings Bonds Committee for
ISouth Gulf County said this week
that the sale of E and H bonds had,
taken a sharp rise in Florida dur-
ing the month of March. The sales
in Gulf County were $825 for the
month, while the statewide volume
was $5,603,109, an increase of 31.9%
over March of last year.

Attend Convention
Pete Comforter, local funeral di-
rector is attending the Florida
Funeral Director's Association Con-
vention in Jacksonville at the Roo-
sevelt Hotel this week. Comforter
is on the Advisory and Editorial
Committee of the Association. He
was accompanied to Jacksonville
by Bill Smith of this city.
Corrvelescing At Home
Friends of Rev. P. G. Safford,
cnOt.nr nf the Hiehloand View BaRn-

local police picked nlm up at a
local filling station getting gasoline
to skip town. He had hired another
negro to take him to Wewahitchka
under the pretext that his "wife
was sick".
No charges were made against
the owner of the get-away car but
Young is being held in the county
jail under a charge of murder.
Officers M. A. Kelley and Lee
Edwards made the investigation
of the incident and captured the
accused killer.
Visits i- Pensacola
Mrs. W. C..Pridgeon visited in
Pensacola.with Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Harris over the Easter holidays.

rolled in the sixth, seventh, eighth
and ninth grades. Parents whose
children successfully pass the test
will -be notified in the near future
Now is the logical time for chil-
dren to start instrumental instruc-
tion. A full fledged summer band
school has been scheduled t: take
care of all new beginners as well
as the present members of tbhe
high school band. The beginuiig
date, and time schedule, will be
made public about the last week
of-the present school term.
Arrangements wil lbe made
whereby instruments may be rent-
ed for three months to make sure
:he children will succeed before
further investment is made

Sharks Defeat Bay High Nine In Ball

Game Tuesday; Meet F. I. S. Tuesday

The Port St. Joe Sharks baseball The Sharks now have a two WOO

team won an early lead over Bay
High Tuesday afternoon and were
only threatened at one timn when
Bay High tied up .ne game in th.
last innings. The Sharks carn- to
the front in the bottom of the sc ,-
enth and put across the winning
^1-. 1 d~af.. tla n T> ,Hi -

see the science fair missed one of hrh n wi ll e gad to ,alley to ele.atI- n Ia Itall
the most interesting shows of the tist Church, will be glad to learn by a 7-6 score.
year. The class anMr.that he is convalescing at his home The Sharks nipped Cogbur. ori
to be complimented on such a fine in Highland View after an appen- six rurs before he was relihvel ly
performance. dectomy- at the St. Joe Municipal Billie Pennington. With the rcure
The next Parent-Teacher Assoc- Hospital. tied Dennis was hit by a pi'-"ed
tional meeting will be held May ball, Hudson sacrificed and \Wil-
Visitors To Altha liams singled in the winning ru.
20 ih the elementary school audi- Bllly Fred Parish went all ti:e
torium at 8 o'clock. At this time Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roberts and way to win for St. Joe.
the pre-school program and the in- daughter, Linda were the guest Benny Hudson received three
stallation of the new officers will of Mr. Roberts' parents, Mr. and bingles to lead the Sharks in the
be held. Mrs. Ben Roberts in Altha. Sunday. hitting department.

and one lost record for the season.
The St. Joe nine will meet FloridC
Industrial School here Tuesday,
April 27 at 1:30 p.m.

Richards, Bill, It
Coker, Leslie, cf

Hits Runs
1 0
0 0

Wilder, Walter, rf 1 1
Adams, Joe, ss 2 1
Parrish, Billy, p 2 0
Walters, Robert, 3b 0 1
Dennis, Frank, 2b 1 S
Hudson, Benny, c 3 0
Williams, Elzie, lb 1 1
St. Joe 222 000 1-7 11 1
Bay High 000 210 3-6 11 f
Parrish and Hudson; Cogbarra
Pennington (5) and Nowell.





Long Avenue BWC Long Avenue Baptist R. A.'s Highland View G. A.'s
ITuesda t Meet With Norman Hall Meet at Church Monday
Meets Tuesday Nitel
i The R. A.'s of the Long Avenue The Chaney Junior Girl'.s Auxili-
The Business Women's Circle of Baptist Church met -with Norman ary of the Highland View Baptist
the Long Avenue Baptist Church Hall Tuesday, April 20. There were Church met Monday afternoon in
met Tuesday night at the home of nine members present and the pro- the church for their regular meet-
Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Jr. The meeting gram was devoted to ranking study. ing. Mrs. Ruth Burch, counselor.
was opened by Mrs. A. P. Martin Further plans were made for the read the scripture which was take:;
giving the devotional followed by group to attend the R. A. camp to from St. John 12:1-6 followed by
prayer. be held in Panama City this sum- prayer.
I-_ -' I I m r. -- --

Mrs. Saunders Hostess Mrs. Ferrell Hostess H
To Cowherd Circle To Long Ave. WMU ial As
The Long.-AoenueiBatist o Social.Activities.
The monthly meeting of the Mar- The Long Avenue Baptist Wo
ion Cowherd Circle met with Mrs. man's Missionary Union met Tues Personals Clubs Churches
phuck Saunders in her home on day afternoon at 3 p.m. in the home
Woodward Avenue. of Mrs. Joe Ferrell on Long Ave- M Ocyle Munn, Editor Phone 166
The devotional from Mark and nue.
Matthew was given by Mrs. Ralph The Missionary program for the
Plair. Mrs. Juanita Crews, and month, "-Medical Missions In South MI Helen Jackson Married To M r
Mrs. James Wilson. Mrs. Saunders America" by Floyd M. Bernard was Jak M i Mr.
then led the group in prayer. presented. The program by Mrs.n H hh
The program 'Medical Mission- C. H. McKnight, Mrs. Ferrell and Benjamin Simon Hash On M arcI h
aries In South America" was then Mrs. H. L. Ford taking part was
presented by Mrs. Harry Dowden, followed by the devotional takenss Helen Josephine Jackson
Mrs. Robert Ellzey. Mrs. James from Mark 1:32-24 and Matthew ies E H n ed daughter of Mhrs. Virgil Raymond
Wilson and Mrs. W. J. Herring, 25:37-40, followed by prayer.es eckson and the late Mr. Jack-
Wilonn ofBainbdge, Ga., became the
Mrs. James Stafford, and Mrs..Al- Routine business was transacted with Seated LuncheonR oi of Binridge, Ga., became the
bert Blackburn. with reports of officers and conm- I e o of and M Bn
During the business meeting re- nittee chairmen was heard. The Mrs. Basil E. Kenney, Jr.. and '., the son of Mhi. and crs. Ben-
ports were given by all commit- Arnmstrong offering totaled $30.67 daughter, Miss Ann Kenney enter- jamin Sion Hash ofJacksonville
tee chairmen. was presented. Mrs. Ferrell, Mrs. gained with a seated luncheon in Studay, Mich 27.
Mrs. A. V. Bateman dismissed Ford and Mrs. George Cooper were their home on Monument Avenu.c The Rev. Dick Ostean read the
the group with prayer. appointed for-reviewing counselors at 12 o'clock Tuesday. The party, marriage vows in a quiet cere-
The hostess served refreshments for the young people's work. Plans a kitchen shower, complmrenteid money Saturday afternoon at 2:30
to the following: Mesdames Harry Iare being made for the Daily Vaca- Miss Pat Ward and Miss Jane Ai;c- p.m. at the home of the bride
Dowden. Ralph Plair, A. V. Bate- tion Bible School which will be more. popular brides-elect. in the presence of the families
man, Albert Blackburn, Robert held this summer for the first time. Silver compotes holding a nose- and a few close friends.
Ellzey, W. J. Herring. James Wi- jAll leaders and workers are plan- ga yof sweet peas were :seed n Attractive a r r a n gements of
son, Karl marshall. Roy Crews. Jim-'ning on taking a short course on either side of a three-branched s t!- spring flowers were used in van-
mie Stafford. this work which will be taught in ver holder with pink candies .. tage points throughout the living
the" St. Andrews Baptist Church the central decoration on thu din and- dining rooms of the Jackson
A Moderized Art ext Monday. ing room table. A nosegay of sweet home.
SThe meeting was dismissed with peas in silver bowl was. used n The bride was becominngl't
mn w prayer by Mrs. Odum. .the smaller tables. dressed in street length model
used L, manipulate Egyption wasd the The hostess served punch and Miss Ruth Lynn Ramsey played of pale blue lace over taffeta de-
Greek physicians many years be- cake to those present, the organ during the luncheon. The signed with a full skirt and a
forek Christ. m y honored guests received an all- fitted 'bodice gathered at the high
wfore Chr. white corsage and the bridesmaids, neck and finished with three-quarter
kC h ir opractic Jake Nichols Entertained of both received a nosegay of length sleeves. She wore black
as known and '
practiced today, With A Birthday Party sweet peas identical to the cen- and white accessories and a pastel
terpiece on the tables. corsage.
was founded by Mrs. W. 0. Nichols entertained
wDras funded b. MrsP. W. Nichols entertained- A shower of gifts was presented Following the ceremony the
S Dr D. Pal- with a lawn party Tuesday aftei'- to Miss Allemore and Miss Ward. bride's mother entertained at an
mer in 1895. Henoon from 3 to 5 honoring herinformal reception honoring the
systematized og son, Jake, on his th birth- Invited were 26 guests. informal reception honoring the
Ssystema tized young son, Jake, on his 6th birth- K r. bridal couple.
Sand developed day. The party was held in the ie e wedding cake, em
thi form of W. tiered wedding cake, er A-n
this form of ni. dwar,,Avenue. VA-RU5W fl. A__&_ -- -

nal adjusting and prepared himself Assist Mrs os
to teachit.Assisting Mrs. Nichols in aring
to teach it. Dr. Palmer established for the guests were Mrs. W. J. Her-
the fact that constriction of the
spinal nerve openings through joint ring, Mrs. Robbie Elzey and Mrs.
spinal nerve openings through t Tom Parker, Jr. A centerpiece of
deviations affects the spinal nerve pink and white gladioli was used
root as well as the spinal cord anddecorated refeshmentta-
on the decorated refreshment ta-
isin many cases the fundamental Favors of fancy ornswere
ble. Favors of fancy horns-were
cause of symptoms of various ail- presented to eachguest
ments. He based his reasoning on Refreshments of punch, birthday
results obtained in his clinical prac- Reresmes of p brda
cake and ice cream were served.
twice, and later proved his work by T e attending the party were
the use of X-raY. Those attending the party were
the use of X-ray. I Kitty Jones, Tommy Atchison,
(One of a series of articles pub- Mickey Bowen, Becky Hendrix,
lished in the public interest to ex-Iimy inn, Dnna arker,
plain and illustrate the practice .of Hallmark, Randy A rmstrong, Char
entific Chiropractic.) Hallmark, Randy Armstrong, Char-
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Mrs. f. B. Fail-ley, Miss Alma
Baggett, and Mrs. M. L. Britt pre-
sented the program on "Medical
Missions in South America".
Minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved in the business
session and coupons were collected
for the Children's Home. A box
was mailed for the war relief.
The meeting was closed with
prayer by Mrs. Grady Player.
Following the meeting, Mrs. Fair-
ley served 'refreshments to the
following present: Mrs. M. L.
Britt, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey, Miss
Alma Baggett, Mrs. Max Neese,
Mrs. Roy Gibson, Jr., Mrs. Durel
BBrigman, Mrs. A. P. Martin, Mrs.
Grady Player, Mrs. Jimmy McNeill,

Mrs. Carl Norton and Mrs. Joe Fer-

We would like to.,take this op-
portunity to thank each and every
one of our many friends who were
with and by us through our beloved
father's long illness and death.
God bless each and every one of
you. '
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Weeks
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Daniels.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. G. ,W. Maloy
r v.

Baptist Wnm iv meets bossed with pink roses and top- Q KL I LY IK sBM
ped with a miniature wedding
For ROyal Service scene, formed the centerpiece on
the dining table-which was cov- AN Ohio Democrat recently
The WMS of' the First Baptist ered with a handsome lace cloth. predicted a clean sweep for
church Monday for the Royal Ser- Afte the bride and goo his party in Ohio's 154 elections.
i After the bride and groom had In or out?
vice program. cut the cake, delicious refresh- *
Mrs. J. J. Clements had charge ments of punch and cake wIre Nowvadays, when a man gives
of the program which was on served to the guests. his seat to a woman on a bus it
"Medical Missions In South Amer- Mrs. Jackson was assisted in en- usually just means he's getting
ca". The meeting was opened by tertaining by her daughter and : s
singing "The Great Physician". Mrs. granddaughter, Mrs. T. 0. Poitevint From the annual Canadian
Clements gave the devotional using and little Judy Poitevint of Port shoe and leather fair held re-
scripture from Matthew and Mark. St. Joe. c-ently in Montreal comes the
report that women's feet are
Those taking parts on the pro- Later in the afternoon Mr. and
gram were Mrs. J. D. Lane, Mrs. Mrs. Hash left on a wedding trip --
Clifford Tharpe, Mrs. Stevenson, to West Virginia. Upon their re- -
Mrs. C. A. McClellan and Mrs. J. turn they will make their home in
,C. Horton. They gave information Jacksonville.

on what our missionaries are do-
ing in the hospitals and clinics
in a spiritual way as well as medi-

The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. Wesley Ramsey.
The next Monday's circle meet-
ings will be as follows:
Circle number 1 with Mrs. J. J.
Circle number 2 with Mrs. George
Circle number 3 with Mrs. W. C.
Circle number 4 with Mrs. El-
liot at Oak Grove.
Circle number 5 with Mrs. Bill
Circle number 6 Tuesday morn-
ing with Mrs. W. Ramsey.

.For the many beautiful cards
sent me while in Frazier-Ellis Hos-
pital and the kindly inquiries here
at home, I shall ever feel the deep-
est gratitude.
Such interest makes nie feel so
unworthy and makes me want to
pass this on to, others who have
sorrow or sickness come upon
Mrs. Esther :Childers Bartee

Visitor From New York
Mrs. Tom Vito of Huntington.
Long Island arrived Wednesday to
spend the Easter holidays wihl
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Dellapent at Beacon Hill. Mrs. Vito
sang and played the organ at the
St..Joseph Catholic Church here
Easter Sunday.

Dr. Ralph E. Wager, father of
Dr. William Wager of (his city
will be guest speaker at the Me-
thodist Men's Club regular meet-
ing next Tuesday night at the Me-
thodist church.
Dr. Wager is a former professor
at the Emory University School of
The meeting will begin at 7:30
p.m. with a lunch being served by
the Methodist women.

,317 Reid Ave. 'Phone 456-
9 to 12 a.m. 1 to 5 p.m.

Mi -. Ta.-l:,-,n is a graduate of
the P.'--r -t i,.- High School and
lived in Bainbridge several years
with her family. While a resident
there she was employed in the of-
fices of several Bainbridge attor-
neys. For the past three years she
has been employed in the offices
of Harry' B. Fozzard, Jacksonville
The bridegroom attended High
School in Virginia and spent four
years in the U. S. Navy. For the
past several years he has made his
home in Jacksonville and is now
employed in the post office at theW
Naval Air Station in Jacksonville. i

... :' bigger, increasing from
an average size 4i''B to a pres-
ent-day average of 7A. Of course!
They have bigger shoes to fill
now that they've entered public
What's the use worrying about
life? You'll never come out of it
alive anyway.
When a Ne\- York policeman
caught up with a hit-and-run
driver, he discovered that the
driver \-as an old friend, he
hadn't seen in years. That must
have been arn "ar-esti-a" re-

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Kindergarten Play
Carol Wager, Anita Smith, Edith
McLawhon, Susan Maxwell, Carol
Hunter, Danny Wall
Palace Guards, 5 year boys, Ken-
neth (autreaux, Kenneth Creech,
Jake Belin, Billy Antley and Tom
Indian Chief, Jim Cox
Majorettes, Jeanie Maddox, Rai-
ny Tendley, Francis Moran, Gayle
Richards, Annette Paffe, Becky
'Bunny Hop by Beth Creech and
Lenohr Ann Smith.
Tambourine Dancers, Charlotte
Maddox, 'Gilda Gillier, Mary Far-
'mer (dance solo original).
Squirrels, Knap Smith, Jim Quinn,
Jim Fensom and Wayne Pate.
A free will offering will be taken
at the door to go toward a record
player for the children.

Dr. Joseph B. Spear

Apalachicola, Florida

Cooky Richards, president, pre-
sided over the meeting. The watch-
word,. allegiance to the flag and
the Girl's Auxiliary song was sung.
The program, "Stewardship Gives
From Willing Hearts" was given
by all those present. The meeting
was dismissed by all singing, "Do
Lord Remember Me".



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Mrs. Erline Graves was honored
with a stork shower Monday night
at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Rich-
ard Hanlon on Maddox St. Hostess
for this occasion were Mrs. Dewey
Gay and Mrs. Richard Hanlon. Sev-
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went ot Mrs. Herman Stripling
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cookies were served to the follow-
ing: Mrs. Herman Stripling, Mrs.
.Dewey Gay, Mrs. Robert Creamer.
Mrs. Meritt. Mrs. Gene Ernesi, Mrs.
John McKenise, aIrs. Thurston
Myers, Mrs. Bill Love, Mrs. New-
man, Mrs. Ray Jolly, Mrs. Curly
Pinter, Mrs. Alice Ellison, 'Irs. W. I
E. Scott, Mrs. Connie Gay. Sending
gifts but unable to attend were:
Mrs. Bufford Griffin, Mrs. L. W.
Cox, Mrs. N. E. Deese, Mrs. Abbie
Conner, Mrs. Dan Creamer, Mrs.
J. F. Pitts, Mrs. Anderson Davis,
Mrs. Tony Weeks, Mrs. Callahan,
Mrs. Mary Floyd, Mrs. T. J. Strip-
ling, Mrs. Ruby Hill, Mrs. Tom Lev-
ins, Mrs. Jessie Anderson and Miss
Jimmie Lee Butts.
Miss Carol Young and Miss Shir-
ley Young, daughters of IMr. and
Mrs. WX. B. Young. spent Saturday
in Panama City on business.
Mr. and Mrs. WVillys Liftord and
children from Marianna spent Sun-
day with the latter's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Cleveland Hall.
.Mr. and .,Mrs. Harry Pyrtzl andl
son, Daniel fro mPesnacolt spent
the week end with the latter's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Shealey.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hozell a, i
Jaugh;i:' Regina spent the week
end in Bonifay visiting with friends
and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Adkins had
visitors from Pensacola over the
week end.
W. A. Ray and his mother, Mrs.
Ray of Altha were the guests of ,Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. Ray and family
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Glass, Jr., had
as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
brt Hainmock and children Mar-
tha and Debbie of Pinette, and Mr.
and Mrs. Es pyCollier and sons:
Larry and Kenneth of Panama City
Mr. and Mrs.- Grady Keels had
as their guests, Mr.'and Mrs. Bus-
by Bailey and granddaughter, Lin-.
da of Blountstown and Mrs. Keels'
* 'other and sister-in-law and chil-
dren of Bristol, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. ,Walker and
daughter of Apalachicola spent
Sunday with her son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Webb.
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Miss. Memorie Porter accpmpan-
ied .by' her mother. Mrs. Ned Por-
ter, left Wednesday morning for
Jacksonville. where Miss Porter
will be a delegate to the American
tion and Meeting which will be held
Society. of Technologists conven-
at the Roosevelt Hotel,' the 22, 23
and 24 of this month.
Return From GeorgTa
'Mr. and Mrs. Ned S. Porter re-
turned to their home Saturday aft,
ter spending the first part of tlhe
week in Atlanta, Ga.

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Port St; Joe, Florida

Easter Egg Hunt Sponsored
By St. James' Auxiliary
The Easter Egg Hunt and Ser-
vice of St. James' Episcopal Church

Brides Elect Honorees
At Coke Party Saturday
Miss Pat Ward and Miss Jane
Allmeore. bride-ekl:cts of April and

T School which is an annual affair. May. were honored Saturday morn-
TChe White City Home demomsotia- 14:1 and 19:18 depicting the respon- was held at 4 p.m. Easter Sunday. ing with a coke party by Mrs. J.
tion Club met April 7 at the com- sibiliti'es of every -good woman. at the church with the hunt on the Lamr .Miller in m, home on th
munity Ibuilding with Mrs. R. S. Mrs. C. E. Martin closed wit church grounds. Street.
iSmith, president, presiding. The .prayer.
S At the service, the children pre- The living rooni mid dining room
meeting opened by singing "Bless Mrs. Robert Daniels read a bul- the serie te pre- The lii n dining
iThis House". .letin on honey. Mrs. Angeline Whit- sented their mite boxes and pre- was beautifully d.:orated with bas-
Mrs. Burnett gave a very mn field, Home Demonstration Agent, sented flowers to the cross. At the kets of sweet pIes. Assisting Mrs.
Iressive devotional fviom Proverbs presented a number of insecticides conclusion of the service, the Egg Miller in serving was her daughter,
also ,booklets, giving merits of Hunt was held. Ann and Betty Ward.
each. The golden egg awards were pre- The hostess presernted the hon-
Vacationing In Palatka I he meeting was turned into a sented Brenda Ward and Jim Fen- orees with nylon ;i.a aprons. Thr
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gautreaux round table discussion, each mem- som. Special awards went to Sherry guests were given white satin ad-
are spending two weeks vacation 'her giving her favorite insecticide, 'Sherwood and Bobby Munn for dress books lied with bows of
'with friends and relatives in Pa The club was glad to welcome a finding the greatest number of white satin ribbons centered with
latka, and Miami. new member, Mrs. Buster Camp, eggs. yellow and pink buds and lilies of
--- and two old members back, Mrs. Refreshments were served to the the valley.
Visitors To Mobile .Horace Baxter, and ,Mrs. Grover 35 children with Mrs. Basil Ken- Twenty-four guests were present
Mrs. Rush Chism, Delores, Bill Pippin keney, Mrs. J. L. Fuller, Mrs. Robert including the honorees' mothers',
and Ronnie Chism were the week I -Mrs. E. L. Antley served cake l a Ms O Aneso >rs M ard an N or-
rend guests of Mrs. Chism's parent and Coc Cola to fourteen members ellows ad Mrs. Otto Anderson Mrs. assey ard and Mrs. Nor-
Sin Mobile. Ala. present. presiding at the punch bowl. man Allemore.


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Published Every Friday At 306.WNllkams Avenue, Port St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY, Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype U erator, Ad Man, Floor M.,I Cotumuast
Reporter, Proof Reader and Bookkeeper
Entered as ecoi lrllass matter, Detemberr to, I:<- at tae
Postoffice, 'ort St. .lee, Fla., inder Act of Ma-,' 4 i "179.
ONE YEAR $3.0O Six MONr--= !.S
TO ADVERTISERS--nn cas- of error or omissiooa in adver-
tlsements, tth' publihers do not hold tremseUese liah'e eor
damage further than amount rec -vef for uch s a(er+. -l'sant.
The spoken word is li: scant atteantonf the printed word
is thoughtfully weighed. The spoken word barely iaserts:
the printed word toiroughiy coi\,uzrCei. "Thi- Opq'tl-a ordn
is lost: the pr;nre t word remains.

Last week we discoursed at some length
on the time being opportune for Gulf County
to do something to attract the tourism business
to our county by the construction of a park and
public fish landing on property that they will
acquire right soon from the State Fish and Game
Commission ajdoining both the main highway
and. ap arm of the famous Dead Lakes. The
county commission, if they are foresighted; can
".attract a large tourist business to our county if
they get on the ball.
We haven't heard much talk from the peo-
ple who foot the bill in the county one way or
another and it is an issue that we should be
vitally concerned about. Most people are prone
to have no interest in anything unless it"helps
them directly. The trend of thinking is prob-
ably that the project will only help the business
men in Gulf County, through increased poten-
tial customers. This is true. But what the aver-
age person doesn't see is that increased trade
also helps him in that it aids local business to
expand and give better service and also gives
an added incentive to your local governments
to create more diversion and recreation in their
respective communities to further attract people
to the area and to build their respective ,rm
munities up and grow instead of just remaining
at a standstill. And don't forget, local people
would have year-round use of such facilities.
"Now how can a little old park and fish
landing start all this" you say. Just like we
said above. If a good place is offered tourists
for' recreation the word will get around and
pretty soon there will be more tourists and visi-
tors than any one place can take care of-thence
the need for growth. Such growth is entirely
possible. South Florida had no mor6 if as much
to offer as this area before they started PRO-
VIDING for potential tourists until today they
have a multi-million dollar business in the sou-
thern part of the state that we could well have
It isn't the question of just this -one little

park offering all the attraction. The main thing N ew sle
is that this one little park that is in a vital spot
for attraction could well be the springboard for sle
future and extensive development. By Senator George Smathe~
Don't just sit back and say, "That's a good
thing". Do something about it. Approach your WASHINGTON Many steps
commissioners and express your wishes if vpu "'F !. "l *I:'oposed to for-' the
h to se n'zton-' econonmyv. and while -'ti-
wish to see your -?Juntv and city- grow. lion'- economy. and. while ati-
C ; ial reports indicate Florida's i,&a-


der -hip for stable conditions. til; e
propo-:!s; 'oucih us all.

To the average business i an, in-
T LATE dustrial executive or investment
TOO LATE -banker, such a warm friendly "busi-
TOr CLASSIFY ness climate" is as appealing as is
our sunshine, balmy breezes and
BY RUSSELL KAY palm trees to the tourist and
Hard-headed business and indus- TWhat business or industry would
rial executes not welcome an opportunity to op-
trial executives who control the erate in such a desirable climate?
purse strings and make final de Industries large and small are
.Industries large and small are
cisions, watch the Wall Street seeking favorable locations. Hun-
Jour-na! like a mariner watches the .

Secret of tn Foster Dullei tes-i The recent reduction of exc.ae barometer.
Secretary of State Jon Foster Dulles ttxes as wel las the pending p- Aware o f this fact, he Florida
tifving before the House Foreign Affairs commit- r oal to adjust income taxes ae o er and List Cmpanhe Floida
tee in-support of the Mutual Security Program. seen as bolstering the economy uenty ses ths medm to sash
a1 uently uses this medium to smash
revealed on Monday top-secret intelligence th-ough increase of purchasing home facts about the opportunities
reports that a Chinese Communist general is pjwer. The recent billion-dota and advantages Florida offers for
stationed at the Dienbienphu headquarters of h'halway bil also will control' business and industrial investment
Small Town Bill: With several col- b an nvte
the Vietminh commander, that there are num- leagues. I lave joined in sponsoring Just as the industrial strength
erous other Chinese Red military advisors work- a bill which would bring within of our nation was built by the faitn
ing under him in Indo-China. that Red Chinese reach of the small town needed courage and enterprise of our
-great leaders, trained to think ol
are actually manning anti-aircraft guns and iml,rovements in wata.', ga-. elec rida today is ex
shooting down French planes. Under question- tric, an dsewers systems. LUniel teriencing its amazing growth and
ing by committee members. Mr. Dulles insisted tis proposal, we ol a progress because a!ert Floridians
system of bond issues innuranc.p
that "technically", the Reds had not yet qual- similar to F for housing and are seeing to it that Florida's fab-
fied for the "grave consequences" with which this loan guarantee would be ulous story is told and retold in a
manner to be most impressive to
he warned them in his September speech in St. available only to towns of less 'those in a position to say the word
Louis. But he admitted they were "coming aw than 10,000 population. Many such that will start millions of dollars
towns are not able nov to gell
fully close to it. bond issues and need the backing rolling in our direction.
On Tuesday, the State Department asked oi the government where the pro-, As the nation's top-flight leaders
that Britian, France, Australia, New Zealand, the nDoed ventures are sound. There their cctse last Tuesday morning,
Philippines and Thailand join us in "united ac- is nothing so American as the small rad their Wall Street Journal over
tion" to warn Red China against further aggres- town and its economic stability and they encountered a smashing full
on to warn e hina against well being are vital !o th nati.page advertisement headed "Flor-
sion anywhere i southeast Asia. Municipal Loans: This ti3s in ida Means Business."
On Wednesday, PresiderA Eisenhower told with my bill to authorize the Smjal It spoke of Florida's climate in
his press conference -that Asia had already lost Business Administration to make terms that the industrial and busi-
450,000,000 people to Communism and that we loans to municipalities and oti:er ness investor could understand-
couldn't afford any further losses. He com-'public agencies-a much needed "Business Climate," as important
measure which is ,still pending. to the wellbeing ot basmiess as is
pared the fall of Indo-China with the first of a Ship Construction Victory: Many .the temperate natural climate that
row of standing dominoes that caused the rest will reclal last year the al! .ut has gained for us the title -"Sin-
to fall, and suggested that after Indo-China tight I made to force Mutual Se- shine State."
the sequence might be Burma, Thailand, the curity appropriations for ship c)n. 'The 'business climate" of a state
Malay Peninsula and Indonesia, which would Istruction be spent in U.S. yard', or a community is created by the
expose Japan, Formosa, thPhilippies,Austral- BuSl*s no advises me-as a re- action and reaction of the people.
exposeJapan,Formosa,thePhilippies, sult-$27.5 millions will be spent It is a climate where labor and in
ia and New Zealand. Asked whether he favored in the new program in U.S. ya-ds dustry play on the same team
bringing this situation before the UN, the Pr-si- and $32 millions overseas. U.S. and pull shoulder to shoulder to
dent declined to comment beyond saying that yards got none previously. advance their, mutual interest. it
it must not be handled by one nation trying to' Shrimp Research: As result of is a climate where the citizens fa
act alone. f i(igi many of us made, Fish and vor sound, well managed private
S Wildlife .Service is to spend $135. enterprise as against socialistic
On Thursday. Britian and France balked 000 on Red Tide shrimp research government operation.
at the Dulles proposal of a io;nt warning to the the first time such studies have It is a climate where friendly en-
Reds and a defense agreement. Both watned been carried on in the Gulf area in .couragement awaits the business
r!;- i-tter interred' until after the April 26th shrimp-a final recognition of Lee investment, where the problems of
S' and Monroe County leadership in business are understood and no
Five Power Conference at Geneva. hen the the industry. punitive laws hamper progress,
news hit Washington, Senate Majority Leader, -_-- and where taxes are reasonable
William F. Knowland countered with a flat- st. James' Episcopal Church and fair.
footed statement suggesting that "perhaps Con- Announcement Forcefully pointed out in the
gress should delay until after Geneva" considera- Sunday, April 25 FP&L advertisement was the fact
tion of Mutual Security and Foreign Aid funds No Celebration of Holy Commun- that in the recent election to de-
tion at 7:30 a.m. termine whether or not a new
that are expected to require new appropriations Church School at 10.o'clock. franchise should be. entered into,
totalling three-and-t-h-lf billioiis in new money. Morning 'prayer and a special re- the company, won ,by an 85 per
-' Thus, it seems just possible that Secretary ligious movie will be shown at cent landslide, an impressive vic-
,Dulles hastily-arranged week end flight to Lon- ;the 11 o'clock hour for adults tory for free enterprise. Such an
on and P s my r t Snt K an children. outstanding public tribute to what
don and Paris may reveal that Sentor Know- ------ or disgruntled socialistic minded
land, at least, speaks a language our allies can The bluebottle fly completes, its friends term a "Soulless corpora-
understand. life cycle in little more than a week. fion" was indeed startling.

areas during te past rew years
have chosen Florida and found
their choice a happy one.
FP&L has selfishly encouraged
industry to locate in Florida know-


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Telephone 291

213 Rei'd Avenue



Wewahitchka, Floridi
April 13. 1954
The Floanrl or Public Inst.ruction, Gulf
Iunt.y, Floridla, niet on the above date in
It'u hlal s...-iuli. i \,ith thile iliuvin : n m erl -
hbrs present and acting: Haz i Caskin, Car-
i,.r Ward and Fennon Tallvy. \,i C'(hairm.ii.
J. A. Whittield and .1. B. Harr;- sWre aisent
The Superintendint wa5. .ia1,i pr-enlit and
iwt ing..
Th( minllutes ol thr preeri.lini meeting
--,rle read nid adopted a read.
I'lii financial Stateemni ir r ihp ionth
of v\:arl ,as examined andl appro,-d.
Thr (Gllf Countly Nur-,es' report wa. read
approved ani 1 I tiled. XA iny of tile
I'ubli' Iealtih -. P Plan tor G'uf, Frank-
linand Wakulla Counties \wa, presented to
ihe Board approved and ordered filed.
loved by Gaskin seconded by Ward a n
(-*;itlrd that the additional Insurna pc on
School Buildings and Equipment of $362,-
2;,4.00 be allocated as below:
3/10 to Gulf Insurance Agency
3/10 to M. P. Tomlinson auo
4/10 to Frank & Dot'" Agency.
Thert I .;..c ro if rtierlc liusin to come
hielore -'*..-i ".-. did then aljoum to meet
again in regular session on May 4. 1954.
Superintendent Vice Chairman
Sportsman's Sery. Sta., Labor ... .520.50
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Supplies ...... 310.61
Otis Davis, SupplieS ............ 13.11
Alvin McGlon's Service Garage
Supplies and Labor ........ 122.46
St. Joe Mtr. Co Sup. & Labor .... 100.49
Gulf Oil Corp., Gasoline ......... :. 61.38
.John Land, Salary .............. 148.62
Roland Hardy,' Salary. ......... 153.30
C. M. Gay, Comptroller, Retire. ...... S.13
Fed. Reserve Bank, Tax .......... 9.20
Protective Life Ins. Co., Ins. ....... 5.75
Frank Faircloth, Sal. .......... 125.00
Dan Creamer, Salary ............ 125.00
liozelle Wright, Salary .........99.75
Flossie Wilson. Salary .......... 67.62
Otis Davis, Salary .............. 94.00


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Willie Williams. alary ........... 121.12
Gordon Alford, :ar......... 11.75
C. M. Ga;.. Conpt.. Retire 27.51
Fed. Reser, Ban:k, Tax ..... ... 5.t
ProeFt I.e I: -. ,.. In- .. ... .7
G(;orr c Wah. Ii .- luo,. Espen-'- to
T :I rn 'IT".i .1 . . . .
FIla. Scio l Ii A -Ti IF'-e .. .... : '.
F la c ,oo F l i ;, n e O ni i F .e f . ::.' ^ tV
Freepoirt 0.; C'.. F':I-i I;1 ...... ".L.
Standard Oil Co., FIel1 il ........ 6. 74
Fla. Po, pr Corp.. 1,'.-. Enrr ... ;7 .1:
\iew.t H si -. 'no.. S .ur ,-,i-. ..... :; :;
I. p. Iolland. Labor ............ 5."I.
Illin ,-wrorth Engin. C'.. uit' li .. ;;-.t;o.i
D1. T. Bri ,cL-- ,. Labor ............ 6.00
( ull R.oo. & sheet M-tal Wks Labor 1 .0"
Berzer Mlfg Div., Suppie ...... L8.4.
I.eon IH ,. Co.., Supplies ........ 3.78
Wall I!ec. Co.. Supplies .......... 28.50
Wewa Plumnl.in~ & Heating Co.
Supplies and Labr .......... 19.00
Gaskin Bros. I,mlr C,.. Material 1.06
Creech Bros.. Launlry ....... .... 1.00
c's .un rie., Supplie .......... 12.9
(;ulf Ifru, Co,., Suppl;cs .......... 13 (7
St. .lot Lmbr. Co.. Supplies ...... 33.00
Or'in E-t. Co., Pest Cotri l ... 26.00
NI.&R.R.R. Company. l're:'ht .... 19.21
JnThn MeMullon. Garbage D)isposal .. 6.00
\I.R.k.i Truck Co. Freirlhr ...... 40.14
W. C. Cooper Co habor .id Sup... 992.35
Albrittojn-WiUinmis, Iln.. Ilab. & Sup. 140.011
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Slpplies ...... 282.67
Gulf Hdwe. Co.. Sn.lplies ........ 620.30
i. .loe Lmlr & !.xp. Co.. Material 403.1 5
Silt- R. Stone, Prof. Serve. 100.00
VWet Fla Const. Co.. Supplies & Labori :31 0
Standard Service Sta., Labor ...... I1 !,
Alf Millergren. Postage .......... 6.00
Thomas A. Owenius, Exp. to Talla. 6i 25
Van Brunt & Yon,. Supplies ...... 299.95
Bay Elf Co.. Inc.. unpplies & Lahor 261.05
SVE Society for Visual Educa., Inc.
Supplies .................. 12.88
Flossie Wilson. Extra Trips ........ .1.00
U.S. Govt Print. Co., Supplies ... 12.00
John Inlani. Haul. Commodities .... 90.00
West Fla. Gas & Fuel Co.. Cas .... 56.58
Southlirn Liquid Gas Co.. Gas ...... 2.49
Thom.tis A. Owens. Exp. to Meet... 20.00

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Port St. Joe Hi School. Lunchroomri-21 6
Wewa High School, Lunchroom .... 270.6
George Washinrton High School
Lunciroom ............... 105.6
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Lunchroom ................ 4;1..7
Highland Vie. Elementary School
Lunchroom ...... ........ 129.6A
Thomas A. Owens, Salary ....... 63..
Thomas A. Owen-. Tharel ......... .0..O
Mrs. R C. I la.- ux. al i ..... 6.7
UMr. Kate .l isrok. Sn ar. ..... 1 .7
Ida Porter. rSal.ary ............ !"2.7
Taih. Retire. Ss. tem. Contri........ 61 3.
I.'r R .-nrc l nk, Ta ........ 137.-
I'r.ec. Iirr In. Co.. In- ...... .. .7'.
C. M (n.. Compit.. Retire ....... 4 .1
llul.trr E." kicliards, Sal.
l ic:.aeli.i in V tr.ran In t. .. .. 111.4!
i.lirerf Ho r aard, S al ry, Tetch. \er~ 5.. 54 61
aenlid .Ihl e:,-n. Sal. Teach. rV l .... !1.2(",
.1l.la M. Wil-, tn Sal. Te h Vis. .. 92.70
B. g. 31 i-o Salary. v Te c. Adult 5. 7.12
R (i Madldox. Sal. TachI Adults S3.
Clbrt S. M:.tvfi Il. Sal. Teach. .. Adult. 1
I'ia. M. a i, !l. l. l i ti. r- 7.
Emie A. T'i nl .."al. l'r t .i i A d.ulrn .d i;:,.
;,>i Cra irLl, aI T 'ezleh A till ;.l1
Wilson Boliday. Sal. Teach. Adult. 70 10
Albert \\VyWn, Sal. Tach Adult< 72.31
i. P. -cissoni Travel ....... ..... O
Kloi-,. Nc(;rfi. Travel ............ 25.01
Fed. Reserve Bank, Tax .......... 237.01
,I.Tu es A. Talbot, Travel ........ ..3 7
Erna M.\Allister, Travel .......... 20.00
Fula I. 1 ., l.. ravel ........ 20 (1
0 :e l ( l u' ,, . . (I
i Whitfield. Salary. .. .. ..... 10.00
Carter WardS, Sal. and Travel . 12.7
FeniTon T: ler Sal. and Travel .. 1 ;.9
.1. B. Tl rris, Sal. and Travel .... 13.90
C. mri. Saary S ... .. .... 1 4.01
\. Mel in. Sal.ari ........ . .
.1. L. Maddox, Stilary .... ........ 14-.17
SI thluodrick. Salary ............. 95.01
Clarnce Whnitfield, Salar ....... 15.50
C. M. Gay, Comptroller, IRetire .... 20.
Fed. Reserve Bank, 1Ta .......... 10.71
Sweedie Epps, Salary ............ 451)0
Ola Hodrick, Salary 4 5.01
Ellen Ray,'Salary ............. 5.0(
Stella Norris. Salar ........... 75.011
Allie Mae Dees, Salary .......... 55.00
Corinne Hopps, Salary ........... 45.0
.ucille Dudley, Sli ......... 45.00
Eula Dean, Salary .. ....... 45.0(
WiCva Johnson, Salary ............ 45.00
Emma Peterson, Salary .......... 45.01
St. Joseph Tel. & Tel. Co.. Snrvie.i. 0.93
Gene Anderson. Sub work fIos j aitor 2.25
Connel Water Works. Water for VWewa
School .................... 30.00
Ga. Chemical Co.. Supplies ........ 21.00
Jesse Dawson, Wood ............ 75.00
Gulf Coast Elee. Coop., Inc. .
Elec. Energy. for Wwa Schools 146.55
City of Port St. Joe, Water
for St. Joe Schools .......... 39.12
IIillyard Chem Co, Supplies .... 104.25
I,. G. Balfour Co., Dinlomas ...... 57.75
C.&G. Sport. Goods Co., Supplies .. 18-.00
Quality Gro. & Mkt., Home Ec Sup. 28.65
Vulcan Serv Co.,Inc., Supplies .... 27.95
Boyd's, Supplies ............ ... 30.50
Bowen Supply Company, Supplies .. 11.11
The Theis Company, Supplies ....... 1.19
gamble Hinge Music Co., Supplies 3.74
The Star Pub Co., Supplies ...... 35.31
The H.&W.B. Drew Co., Supplies .. 16.18
J. E. Whatley TySe Co., Serv. & Sup. 48.20
W. C. Cooper, Labor & Supplies .. 563.53
Albritton-Williamns. Inc., Const. Wk. 288.20
Harland Pridgeon, Sommission ... .45.27
1952 BOND FUND NO. 1
Harland Pridgeon, Sommiission .... .6.87
Harland Pridgeon, Commission .... 5 85
B. B. Scisson, Salary ......... 401.89
William H. Linton. Salary ........ 100.97
Russell C. Maddox, Salary ....... 298.5.)
William C. Martin. Salary ..... 231.38
Jaimes A. Talbot, Salary ...... ... 237.10
Robert A. Woll, Salary ......... 246.43
Leroy Bowdoin. Salary .......... 415.28
Robert Craig, Salary ............ 298 32
Herman Dean, Salary ........... 318.7
,N \\-c I P. lihillips, Salary ........ 266.02
Netta Niblack, Salary .......... 232.88
Walter Trikosko. Salary ........ 327.70
Huebrt Ricliards, Salary ........ 346.27
.iirv P. Avers. Salary ..... ... 303,58
Teach. Retire. Sys., Contri ..... 456.51
Fed. Reserve Bank. Tax ........ 501.09
I'rotec Life Ins. Co., Ins.. ..... 8.50
Gulf teachers Fed. Credit Nnioni
Contributions .............. 50.0)
Charlotte Brown, Salary ........ 195.34
Janie C. Dunn, Salary ......... 227.15
Mrs. RKudy Gskin, Salary ...... .. 227.39
iaura W. Hiiton, Salary ........ 171.89
Mlagdalene Huhhbbard. Salary ....... 213.56
Martha T1'. Lanier, Salary. ........ 200.73
Florence H. Pridlgeon. Salary .... 174.56
Letha Rester, Salary .......... 2015 63
Bara rai' Shirley, Salary ........ 154.38
Irene Connell; Salary .. .. ........206.61
Leroy T. HodW'es. Salary ........ 231.29
Ira C. Mayfield, Jr., Salary ..... 217.48
Clytee S. Mlayfield, Salary ...... 268.(03
Etna McAllister. Salary ......... 172.30
Sadie W. Nix, Salary ........... .266.66

0 St. Joseph's Egg Hunt Fish Commission
Head Saturday AfternoonFi Commission

6 The Annual Easter Egg Hunt of Cracking Down
' the Church School of St. Joseph's Violato
, Catholic Church was held Easter On V at
2 Sunday afternoon at the Centennial
7 Park wtih Mrs. Joseph Paffe in
Charge of the affair. Assisting Mrs. The State Game and Fresh Wa-
o Paffe were Miss Mary Harris and ter Fish Commission has inaugur-
SMrs. William Whaley. ated a vigorous drive to crack
The golden egg awards were pre- down n the illegal trapping of
Scented to Cathy Eells and Tommy game fish in the state.
SSisk. Special prizes for finding the Bill Snyder ,the Commission's
greatest number of eggs were Northeastern Division Director,
, awarded to Bobby Elford and -El- stated that since the drive was
lis Stevens. started about two weeks ago. wild-
Favors of chocolate eggs, bun- life officers found 12 traps in the
0 nies and chicks were given to the eSt. Johns River from Palatka north
Guests and their parents. to Doctor's Lake. One trap alone
Thirty children participated in held 150 pounds of fish.
:' the hunt. A recheck of the same area a
few dasy ago turned up another
50 traps.
.,- S..Whtfield, Salary .... 43.78
B. r. Anchors, Salary ........ 177.73 Another check south of Palatka
VirTiic n Blick, Salary ......... 215 77
I v 1I Brown.l Salary ...... 196.16 for a distance of approximately sev-
Patricia Caiklasy, Salary ....... 179.6 en miles turned up another 143 ille-
..... Clark. Salry.......... 168.04
1 \\I,., -.I Davis, Salary ........ 173.07 gal traps containing over a thou-
S ary Elder, Salary ..... ....... 167.76
SBonnie Everage, Salary .......... 199.61 sand lbream and a considerable
Sara Fite, Salary .............. 242.86 number of black bass and cat fish.
Iaura Geddlie, Salary............... 148.71
ary Gregory, Salry .. 20761 Game officials said they were
.luanita Gunn, Salary ............ 232.40
Jean Hayes, Salary ........... 167.90 not trying to run the commercial
0 Minnie Howell, Salary- .......... 200.18
SJaimes oi.. .1, Salary .......... 10.61 'fishermen out of .business 'but only
) Avaryee l.ilt.r, Salary.......... 25 46 making an effort to see that they
SSara Philyaw, Salary ............ 172.47
Aurelia Rasmussen, Salary ........ 223.49 observe the law and operate legal-
S Helen Rollins, Salary .. ....... 214.26
Norma Russell, Salary ......... 199.8 ly.
S Sue Stewart, Salary ......... ... 209.81
Yvonne Straughn, Salary ........ 190.10 'Persons convicted of setting ille-
SElnor S.;:,:r r.Y ...... '207.. 7 gal traps the first time are subject
Mary ,r, ." ........... 213.26
SAlice Berger. Salar ......... 167.70 to a fine of $300 or a 90-day jail
Howard Blick, Salary .......... 192.98
Margaret De Vore, Salary ........ 193.66 sentence. Conviction on a second
Katherine Jeter, Salary .......... 239.54
Lillian T. Kenninton, Salary .192.61 charge carries a fine of $500 or six
Catherine Nix,. Salary ..........232 73 months in prison.
Floye O'Neal, Salary .......... 184.61
Jacque A. Price, Salary ..... ... 189.73 The drive will be expanded state-
Eula D. Pridgeon, Salary........ 222.43
Ernestine Sims, Salary ........... 229.27 wide in an effort to protect Flor-
Merrill J. Switzer, Salary" ..........220.76
Pearllne Jeatts, Salary. ........ 193.86 ida's game fish, officials said.
Eloise MeGriff, Salary .......... 139.50 -- -
Rubv Bartlett, Salary .......... 241 15
Alma DWAitt, Salary'. ........... 227.68
ar~ Howard, Salary ......... ..215.08 WAVE Procurement Officer
Fannie Johnson, Salary ...........29.28
Barbara Lawrence, Salary ........ ,206 26 To Visit FSU Campus
Julia Creech, Sub. work'............ 1.60U
Elsie Blouilt; -Sub. Wor.i ........ 28.00
Murnice lGaskin, Sub. Work ........ 21.00
Claryce Whaley, Sub. Work .... 28.00 Lt. Helen Home, WAVE pro-
Ann' Costin, Sub. Work ........... 12.50 curement officer from Macon, Geor-
Pat. Hall, Sub. Work.............. 5.00
Carolyn Dupeirouzel. Sub. Work .... 7.00 gia will visit the ESU campus on
Helen Durant, Sub. Work ........ 15.00
iouglas Willians. Sub. Work ...... 5.00 April 22 and 23 for the purpose of
Bennie Hudson. Sub. Work ....... 7.50 discussing the WAVE officer can
NMary Harris, Sub. Work ........... 5.00
Beulah Avers. Sub. Work .......... 14.00 didate program with interested
Rosenia Kilbourn, Sub. Work .... 65.00
Ruby Gay, Sub. Work ........... 17.50 young women.
Albertha G. Brown., Salary ...... 174.78
David, Johnson. Salary ........ 19965 College juniors as well as seniors
David Jones, Salary ............ 201.56 and graduates are eligibel to ap-
Lula M. Wilson, Salary .......... 200.56 g e
Edith Fitz. Salary ..... 197.83 ply for the WAVE 'officer training
Susan Holiday, Salary ...... 177.26
Ulysses Twine. Salary .......... 196.76 school. Juniors will take the basic
Batrice Woodfaulk, Slar .. 214.4. training during the summer at .tl2
Wilhelmina Wright. Salary ...... 206.67
Albert Wynn, Salary ...........195.03 end of their junior year, but wi!i
Robert Bonner, Salary ......... 200.50
Gwendolyn Bryant, Salary ........ 214.54 not be commissioned or sent to' 9.-
arri Crawr. Salary ......... 192.43 vanced training until they have i'.-
Eva Crawford. Salary ........... A. 189.71
Thelma Gahmon Salary......... 193.74 turned to college and graduatel
Million Holiday, Jr, Salary ...... 187.S6
Millicent Jackson, Salary ........ 156.4 the following year.
Ida Mae James, Salary ......... 186.77
Alice Jenkins, Salary ............ 182.89 A complete naval oif'ier pro-
Lois, Johnson, Sala .......... 186.77
Johnnel Palm, Sal .... 163:62 curement team will be located on
Daisy Philpot. Sal ........ 194.44
Annye M. Smith, Salary ..........182.73
Emile A. Twine, Salary ........... 201.66 ',.
Earlena Walden, Salary .......... 162.81
Teachers' Retire. Sys., Contri. .... 1,576 30
Federal Reserve Bank, Tax ..... 2,279.90
Protective Life Ins Co.. Ins......... 3S.40
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Fla.,,Ins. 177.80
GuTi\Teach. Fed. Credit Union, Cont. 95.00 / -


ithe 4th floor of the University in- Visitors From Georgia
Infirmary in order to 'process appli Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Navidonski
cants and save them a trip to he arrived from Savannah, Ga., Mot-
Macon, Ga., office which would day to spend a fen- days wici f!-eir
otherwise be required. neice Mrs. Vito.

Home Outdoor Space Now

Planned for Family Use

TIhi Baok %#d Finds Space for Vegetable Plot, Patle, Flowe
Border and Play Lawn for Games.

Before the last war the purpose
of landscape planting in small
home grounds was considered
to be the creation of a pictur-
esque garden, formal or informal
according to taste.
Today, emphasis is upon family
use of the outdoor area of the
home. The "outdoorliving room"
which was a secondary feature
of pre-war gardens has been
expanded to take over the whole
area in the rear of small mod-
ern homes. Emphasis is placed
upon its use for rest, play or the
practice of a hobby.
Instead of priority being given
to developing the "garden pic-
ture," the backyard is now laid
out for use by parents .and chil-
dren, and garden planting then
arranged to decorate the grounds
without interfering with that use.
There are three features which
are popular, a terrace or patio
for outdoor dining, or other so-
cial activities; a vegetable gar-
den near the kitchen, where
garden-fresh vegetables can be
harvested, then cooked before
their flavor is lost, and a play
area, usually a lawn, which may
be surrounded by a flower bor-
In such a layout on the aver-
age lot there is not room for
many trees, shrubbery borders,
or hedges. If the use of the out-
door home is to be successful,
shade must be avoided, except
on the terrace or patio, which
are intended for rest.
Overplanting of small home
grounds with trees and shrubs is
the most serious error that can
be made. In a few years these

plants may interfere not only
with the recreational use of the
grounds, but by competition for
light and root area, they may
destroy flower and vegetable gar-
dens .and .eventually, destroy
In front of the house the "new
look" in architecture provided
by modern houses built without
basements and hugging the
ground, calls for a new look is
the landscaping planting in front
Foundation planting is a meth-
od of making houses set tod
high, seem lower than they are
by "tieing the house to the
ground." But modern one-story
houses hug the ground already
and do not need to appear low-
er. If any planting is done in
front of them it should be low
and should make the house look
wide, by emphasizing the hori-
zontal line. Small houses- espe.
cially need this effect.
Flower. borders accomplish
this purpose. They relieve thq
somewhat severe lines which
prevail in houses primarily de,
signed for the comfort of the
occupants rather than for out-
side appearance.
Front yard flower gardens pro-
vide an attractive view to enjoy
from picture windows. Architects
often arrange for two level plant-
ings, one on the ground and one
in boxes raised to a point just
below the windows.
When flowerse~are planted in
beds each of a single color, and
all in harmony, the effect is in
keeping with modern ideas of
design an-i decoration.

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,, X T H I P S JR

Catholic Women's Club following members, Mrs. William
Meets With Mrs. Hannon ~'Whaley, Mrs. Byron Eells, Jr., Mrs.
_'Kenneth Brodnax, Mrs. J. Nar-
'St. Joseph's Catholic WomenIs ronne, Mrs. Joe Paffe. Mrs. Wesley
Club met Monday afternoon in the Grace, Mrs. Earl Atchison, by the
home of Mrs. Frank Hannon for hostess assisted by Mrs. Whaley.
Their regular monthly business The meeting was closed with
meeting. i _^ __
Mrs. Earl Atchison. president, C raer
Mrs. Earl Atchison president Since the fourth century. Christ
presided at the meeting. Imas has been observed as a Chris-
Refreshments were served to the tian festival.

Political Announcements

For County Commission For County Commission
I hereby announce myself I hereby announce myself
a candidate for County Cor- a candidate for County Com-
missioner, District No. 2, missioner, District No. 4,
Gulf County, subject to the Gulf County, subject to the
Democratic primaries In Democratic primaries i n
May. May.

E. C. Harden, Sr.

For County Commission
.1 hereby announce myself
a candidate for County Com-
missioner, District No. 2,
-Gulf County, subject to the
Democratic primaries in
I will appreciate your
vote and support.

For County Commission
I hereby announce myself
a candidate for County Com-
missioner, District No. 4,
Gulf County, subject to the
'Democratii: primaries i n
I will appreciate your
vote and support.

Colemanr W. Thorpe

I will appreciate your
vote and support.
David C. Arnett, Sr.

For County Commission
I hereby announce my can-
didacy for re-election to the of-
fice of County Commissionei for
District No. Two, Gulf County,
subject to the Democratic pri-
maries of May, 1954.
I earnestly solicit your con-
tinued vote and support in my
race, and promise you faithful
and honest service in this im-
portant office.

and Support In Electing

County Commissioner
District Four
Will Be Very Much

For County Commission For School Board

I hereby announce myself
a candidate for County Com-
missioner, District No. 4,
Gulf County, subject to the
npmocratic primaries in
I will appreciate your
vote and support.

For School Board
I wish to announce my can-
didacy for the office of Member
of Gulf County School Board,
District Number 1.
I am interested in the further
development and improvement
of our schools and in keeping
ta es at a reasonable minimum.
I earnestly solicit your. vote
and support for this important

I hereby announce my
candidacy for member of
Gulf County School Board,
District No. 3, subject to the
Democratic 'primaries in
'Your vote and support
will be greatly appreciated.
(Mrs. Basil E. Kenney, Jr.)

For State Representative
I hereby announce my-
self as a candidate for the
office of Representative of
Gulf County io the State Leg-
islature subject to the Dem-
ocratic Primary Election on
May 4, 1954.
If elected, I will fight for
progressive legislation.
Your vote and support
will be appreciated.

Five Attend Studeqt Council the University. 'da yis the unfairness in not letting
Convention The delegates were housed in THE LOW DOWN the guy with his one or 100 shares
lA lPUS INN Four council delegates, Marietta the recently 'completed girls dor- of stock get the full profit coming
New of Port St Joe High School hafin, Jean Mahon, Billy McK ei- mitory, 'Mallory Hall. There was ----- from ---- to him. Steel and many outfits pay
News of Port St. Joe High School n t
By MARTHA COSTIN than, Martha Costin, attended the very little planned recreation, as WILLIS SWAMP taxes on their income-the stock-
State Convention held on the Uni- this convention was primarily a holder gets, after taxes, a dividend.
Sversity campus of the University of business session to clear up mat- -- That is okay. But the fly in the
Thought For The Week Florida, Friday and Saturday of tears pertaining to the Florida As- I will donate my time today to ointment is how 'the guy with
Take time to live; it is one secret last week. They were accompanied' sociation of Student Councils. gassin' on dividends-and the pres- hispne or 100 shares can't keep the
of success. 'by Miss Catherine Nix, student 'Most of the discussions centered ent system of putting a txa on'full dividend. A second tax clips
of success.Is
Council sponsor and Bob Smith, who around school projects and prob- same and not once, but twice, both the corner off his dividend check
Take time o think; it is the source i candidate for student body lems such as a point system, an in the same place but looking as'-2 taxes on the sme income.
Take time to lay; it i the secret president. honor court, a tee nage canteen, though it was 2 things being taxed, Yours with the low-down.
of youth. Fletcher High School of Atlantic interesting and democratic elec- which it is not. If everybody is to JO SERIRA
Take time to read: it is the foun- Beach worked with the Executive tion and school spirit. have a chance to save and to pre- -
dation of knowledge. Council of the University of Floi- During the district meetings, it pare for the years out yonder- Week End Visitors
Take time for friendship: it is the ida and Leon High School of Taiia- was decided that Port St. Joe should after 4e -there has to be a handy Mrs. C. L. Chatham and James
source of happiness. hassee to plan this convention. Tal jrema inconvention site of the savig vehicle at the curb. Chatham of Jackson, Ala and Mrs.
Take time to laugh: it helps lift lahassee had originally been sche- N.W.F.A..S.C. The date was set for Owning a share or a 100 shares Marion Perdue and daughter, Su-
life's load. duled as the convention site. but November. of stock-you can be a partner in 'san of Princess Ann, Va., visited
Take time to dream; it hitches since they were unable to have tne I The state officers for next year progress and profit. No big corn- with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sexton
the soul to the stars. convention according to the date will be President, Stuart High pany is going to shove you around- this past week end.
Take time to worship; it is the given bhy the Florida Activities Cal- School; Vice-President, Mainland you are IT, the company itself. For -- ----
highway of reverence. endar in October and no other date High School and Convention Site; 40 bucks you can start in with one Mr. and Mrs. Gale Eason and
Take time to pray; it helps to could ,be arranged, it was held duri Leon High School of Tallahasse.e share of U.S. Steel-be a part of children, Lyn and Ste of Kalama-
bring Christ near, and washes ing the Easter holidays, which is ob- --- --big business yourself. zoo, Mich., will visit this week,
the dirt from our eyes. served by most high schools and Send The Stat to a friend. What I am chiming-in about to- with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sexton.

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For County Commission For State Representative


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I hereby annbunee myself
a candidate for County Com-
missioner, District No. 4,
Gulf County, subject to th;
Democratic primaries it
I will appreciate you.
vote and support.
R. F. (Fritz) SCHEFFER

for School Board
Having served you during
the past 4 years as a mem-
ber of the school board, Dis-
trict No. 3, and being vitally
interested in the welfare of
fhe schools, I respectfully so-
licit your vote in the May
Primary as School Board

I hereby announce my candi-
dacy for renomination as your
Representative in the Legisla-
ture from Gulf County. Should
you honor me with renomination
and. election, I- promise to -con-
duct the affairs and responsi-
bilities of the office for the ben-
efit of all the people. It shall be
my obligation to continue to
work for the greater progress
and development of the entire
County. "Should you honor me
with re-election. I will hold open
public meetings, prior to the
legislative session, so that the
public may express their views
on Legislative matters. Having
served you in the past, I res-
pectfully solicit your continued
vote and support upon my past
Thanking you, I am,
Sincerely yours,



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-- 'Davis and Miss Nettie Faye Clark Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forehand, Jasper spent this week end with
NEWS FROM spent Saturday in Tallahassee. Mrs. Kathryn Brown and daughter, their daughter and family, Mr. and
They visited with Mrs. Davis' sister Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ken- Mrs. James Lester McQuaig.
and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. nington and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peters spent
iHighlnd V w Herring. Brooks Kennington and sons, Tom- the week end in Panama City with
by MARGIE ROGERS Mrs. A. B. Rhames and family my and ,Buddy attended the 50th the latter's daughter and son-in-law.
-s- pent the week end in Frink, with anniversary dinner of Mrs. Fore- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gainev and
Mrs. Myra Davis and Miss Netie IMrs. Rhames,' sister and family, hand's sister and brother-in-law. in family and Miss Bonnie Lovette
Fays Clark of Bogalousa, La.. were lrs. Neal Mayo. Fort Walton Beach. are vacationing in South Florida
guests of Mrs. Davis' brother. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vester Burke spent Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin attend-i with relatives.
ed the funeral services of Mrs. God-
and Mrs. C, VMcMillan. Monday in Vernon. They attended win'se ralndfaervc Mr olhanev r. and Mrs. Chester Miles and
Mrs. C. V. lMcMillan. Mr. ,y-a the funeral f a friend. who passed away Thursday. I familyy spent the week end in Ki-
who pa-sed asway Thursday. nard with the latter's mother and
I r. and Mrs. Lawton Echols a
Spent a few days in Caryville with John W r y and Prest
Johnelatives. Walter Huey and Preston
relatives. Simpson spent the week end in
-Mrs. W. H. Weeks attended the
SV. ees asau with Mr. Huey's parents.
ost office convention in Miami i .
thi wek Mrs. D. M. Jones spent the week
thi week. end in Tallahassee with Mr. and
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Welkins of Ms. Dda Jones and family.
An all day dinner and services
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS were held at the Iighland View
The Florida Board of Parks and Assembly of God Church on Sun-
His-toric- Memorials will receive day, April S. Everyone enjoyed
S "i- I sealed bids. in duplicate. at their the services and dinner. The young
aic .2 loCenter Buildin Talta. people of the church gave a play
j g i hassee. Florida, until 3:00 p.11..
E.S.T.. Mlay 6. 1954, for furnishing on "Faith'. I twas led under M\is.
all materials. equipment and per- Edgar IStrange and PRev. Cecil
forming all necessary labor to con- Hodges.
Strut: The Highland View Assemibl of
A \Iuseum Building
A at God Church will continue through
Constitution Palrk next week with a revival. Ii is con-
Par- St. Joe, Florida tducted by the Dr. Charles Lindsey
11A bids for the project will be of Enterprise: Ala.
p blicai opened and read aloud at
the offices of the above Board. Ar and Mrs. Clinton Peterson
Bids are subject to and must be and family had guests over the
in accordance with the Contract week end. The former's brother
Documents and detailed Plans and and family.
a Specifications as prepared by Rob-
ert F. 'Maybin, Architect, 114 North Pvt. Raymond Hardy of Camp
Adaums Street, Tallahassee. Florida. Stewart, Ga., spent a few days
Specifications and Drawings may with his sisters and families, Mr.
be obtained from the office of the
Architect by making a deposit of
YOUR I FIDE $10.00 per set to cover the cost of and Mrts. Sonny Anderson.
YOUR CONTINUED CONFIDENCE AND printing. Checks will be made pay- .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martin and
Sable to the Architect. Plan deposits sons of Bonifay, spent a few days
OBE A Ebe refunded upon the return, with the former's uncle and aunt,
SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED in good condition, within 10 days
from date of bid opening. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelly and fam-
A Certified or Cashier's Check. ily.
or Bid Bond, properly executed in .-
a sum not less than 5% of the Base Attends Funeral
Bid payable to the Florida Board Attens funeral
ot of Parks and Historic Memorials .Mrs. M. A. Freeman attended
uVote fr a d R -Elet st accompany each proposal as the funeral of L. H. Temples in
a, guarantee that the Bidder will Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. Temples
promptly enter into an Agreement w t
to do the work and furnish a Per- as the fa of Ms. C. N. Hobbs
BS i* S- formance Bond in the sum of 100%
of the Contract. Each proposal,
when submitted, must be clearly NOTICE
Sparked on the envelope with the NOTICE is hereby given that the
Bidder's name and the name of the Loard of County Commissioners of
project. Gulf County, Florida, will postpone
VYOUR u a The Florida Board of Parks and their next regular meeting date
YOUR CON RESSMA Historic Memorials reserves the from May 4. 1954-to May 11, 1954.
right to reject any or all bids. and This change necessary because the
to waive any informalities. first Primary Election will be held
Florida Board of Parks and on May 4. 1954.
Paid Political Adv. by Friends of Bob Sikes Historic Memorials /s/ JIM S. DANIELS
S1_ 11By: Emmet L. Hill, Chairman, Board County
Director 2t Coinmissioners, Gulf Co., Fla.

A liquid resorcin-phenol resin
adhesive is being used in the con-
struction of low-cost television
cabinets to remove the problem
of glues cracking or turning to


powder. F.r a real he-man sandwich,
.....- --...-. spread rye bread with liverwurst,
'If you ate like a bird. y.r w- j.v top with slicer of avocado :and
be eating half your .weight in i bright red tomato. It's a wcndar-
a day. ful combination and a meal in itself.

WHITE SPRINGS-The All-Florida Folk Festival, scheduled at the Stephen Foster Memorial in
White Springs May 6-7-8-9, will be held on the banks of the Suwannee River at the site indicated by the
erraw, upper left.@7'his also is the location chosen for eventual construction of an amphitheatre by the
Florida Federation of Music Clubs. Arrow at right, directly in front of the Foster Museum, shows the
location where a 200-foot carillon tower is ta he constructed, partly with state funds appropriated by
the 1953 legislature and partly with money :g rai .ed by public subscription@The 243-acre Foster
Memorial is operated as a state park, lying on both sides of the Suwannee, and has attracted more than
a million visitors since it was opened to the public late in 1950.:

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More people are buying Ford cars than any other make because

they have found that Ford gives them more of the things they want

-and at the price they want to pay.

National new car registration figures* for the latest six-month period

available show Ford out front by thousands.

$SOURCE: R. L. Polk & Company. Regisfrotions
for period September through Februory

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FOR SALE-1953 Harley-Davidson
165 motorcycle. Good condition.
Phone 30S-W1. 2tp
FOR SALE: Nice beach home. One
year old, thoroughly modern, tile
floors, modern conveniences, five
large rooms including glassed in
sun porch. Terms can be arranged.
C. W. Long. Phone 234, Box 1S5.
LOST: Saturday. Ladies ladies bill-
fold containing money, valuable
papers and pictures. Finder please
return to Mrs. Winifred Brown at
Municipal Trailer Court. or mail
to P. O. Box 432, Telephone num-
ber 437. Reward.
CARS WASHED: Class 9-C will be
washing cars Saturday from 9:30
to 6:30 on, the corner of Reid and
Fifth St. $75c per car. Proceeds to
go to band "Queen" contest.

ING? If.so, call Jimmy Montgon-
ery at 212-W1 after 5 p.m. 2tp
feature and recommend Sherwin-
Williams line. A paint for every
purpose. Come in for estimates, col-
or cards. "Red" Fuller's Supply Co.
Is your lawn mower ready for
service? Let us sharpen, repair, ad-
just-put it in shape for coming
season. You'll like our work! An-
dy's Welding and Repair. First St.
Keys Made While You Wait
35c EACH
Bicycle Repairing All Makes
Reel Parts and Repairs
STOP AND SWAP-Headquarters
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pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone
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For a quick, expert check-up
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PHONE 2413

ing first and third Monday nights
800 p.m., American Legion Home.
Port St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
A meetings 2nd and 4th Fri.
days each month, 8:00 p. m.
* Members urged to attend;
visiting brothers welcome. R. F.
Scheffer, Jr., W.M.; Paul V. Player,
Meeting night eyv-
ery other Monday. ,j
Meetings at Moose
Hall, 31Y0 Fourth St.
R. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
ing companions welcome. J. B.
Griffith, II, High Priest; H. R.
Maige, secretary.
O. F.-Meets first and third Thurs-
days, 7:30p. m. in Masonic Hall. All
members urged to attend; visiting
brethren invited, Henry Geddie,
N. G., Robert Williams, V. G. H.
A. Hardy, Secretary.

-- < ': -th America. Enjoying a very visited relatives in Cottondale and
:pleasant social hour after the p1o- Marrianna over the holiday week
WHITE CiTY N:WS :g,.:.n were Mesdame3s Robert D, end.
by MRS. GEORGE HARPER .i-e!i. D. R. Ha-cher. J. H. Cihtin. Mrs. Lduella Stebei entered a
E L. Antey, R. H. Sewell. GOne Panama City hospital Sunday for
Marri:. HoiTce Braxton. 1. L. a check-up. Her friends wish her,
Th lnew.:y .c.'; .::i \.,: ,1, Smith an:d ,S:e[on Pridgeon. a speedy release.
WhiMe Ciy "t-t e '. and s. Career Ward and Mr. and Mrs: R. F. Donaldson
a: :i Mr. -and Mrs. Waie- Stafford had who have visited Mr. and Mrs. G.
-inS "r eo h" e-s over the Easter S. Croxton for a week returned to
cMrs. S:ta n Pridaon. yro ra:d holidt aIr. and iMrs. Walter their home in Elmhurst. Ill., Sun-
ch i'na::. app'ropria ely carried ou.t ,: a i., David of Pensa- day.
! e:ne ani. "Day
S. I.o co!ta. : George Harper received -word
S_,:. ,- : :\-. tond lMrs. i. Lamar Miller and that his sister, Mrs. U. Mt. Gunn of
s :, 12-liter'. IKarth. of Sanford. Mr. Apalachicola had fallen while walk-
...' ad Mrs_. jame.s C. Sports and chil- ing across her yard and is suffer-
s .: a :-ec-: rO( t:-'n 0 :1 a re. Roddy. Mai'-e and Leslie Scott ing from a broken leg as a result
day c:nic a:i p;:i:-. ou. :e a- of Grje C.ve S -in s and lMr. and of the fall.
(. -; --: :.-:t- .-:* ap r.: AIr-. H. A. Brax:on and children ---
George. Whittington and party
showed us the nicest string of fish
// / // / --' / '' / Tuesday that we have seen in a
S' long time. There were about 40
bream, shellcrackers and war-
/ 7 // mouth-all big fish. They fished
/ 'in Willis Swamp. de
6r 'iStets Pridgeon had as his guests,
/ / // V." Horace, superintendent of
S the ACLRR and Thomas L. Ni-
".l n.. ..,* 'af Ichols, Sr., of the Bay Line RR and
his son, Thomas, Jr., fishing in
Lake Wimico Tuesday. George
SHarper accompanied the party as
SA L E A guide.


Please send

me your

ideas about


n needs for

the next

two years

Charley Johns thinks that the candidates for un
office of Governor could get a Ict of sound ideas for
Florida's state government if the voters would just,
speak right out and say what thve think Florida
needs and what they want done.
Charley Johns believes that the voters m'gh't like
to have a chance to tell the candidates what they
think in addition to being told what the candidates
propose to do.
Charley Johns knows that the average person hesi-
totes to put his thoughts on paper and send them
along to the candidate.
So Thi Is n Open invitation to you as a citizen'
interested in good government to write Charley Johns
and say what-you would like to see his administration
do.during the next two years.
Write Today some of the ideas received can
be put to work for a better Florida right away. Just
send post cord or a letter. Address it to Charley E.
Johns, Governor's Office, State Capitol, Tallahassee,
Florida .. or use the coupon below.

---------a;- -------- ---;
Hon. Charley E. Johns,
Governor's Office, State-Capitol,
Tallohossee, Florida. "
I think Florida needs


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teorge W.Dondelake,
State Campaign Taiutr'r
(?3:d Political Advertisiement)



Our Circuit Judge

^ He is Sober, Honest, Courteous Fair and


SHe Is A Lawyer With 20 Years Experience.

k In 1948 he was elected to the FOUR-YEAR

TERM as State Attorney for the 14th Judi-

cial Circuit and served the FULL FOUR-

YEAR TERM from JANUARY 4th, 1949

to JANUARY 6th, 1953.

SHe Is A Veterai- of World War Il
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THURSDAY, APRIL 22. ~1954~




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