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VOLUME XVIII Single Copy 8c PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1955 $3.00 Per Year NUMBER 23
ETA HRDLU J C. Odum To Head last Rites Held C ISSJO A
by WESLEY R. RAMSEYH For E. L. Hobaugh | i n
_- Red Cross Fund Dnive -
Tedy ne C ross Fund Drive Funeral services were held for
Tuesday, we were in Wewa- Earl L. Hobaugh Sunday, Febru-
hitchka attending the County }ary 6 at the First Methodist Church
Commissioner's meeting. Along with the Rev. Fred L. Davis con-
about 11:30 came the coffee County-Wide Goal Is Set At $1,500.00 ducting the services.
break, which was held back in -- Hobaugh, 59, died Saturday, Fob-
the jail kitchen. Not being an Earl D. Atchison, permanent ruary 5 at 3:00 a.m. following a
imbiber of the caffien bean we chairman of the Gulf County Chap- .1 lengthy illness of some two years.
wandered back to attend the ter of the Red Cross announced this Hobaugh had been in the Municipal W r |
gab-fest. week that Rev. J. C. Odum had hospital as a patient on the criti- WorK Is Halted On Meet In Special
Oh the experience .of it! We been, appointed to conduct the an- cal list for the past seven months. Part of Short Cut
walked in the door and were nual drive for funds in the county The only survivor was his wife,
f. greeted with' the most unholy this year. Odum, pastor of the Long Anna Hobaugh. W Emergency Rese
smell you have ever whiffed. It Avenue Baptist Church here, has Burial was in Holly Hill Cme wa ordered halted the at
was vey bad. It was a stink stated that he has already gone to terry in Pot St. Joe. part of last week on the Port St.
We politely looked to our neigh- work to appoint his co-workers and Active pallbearers were: Ed Ram- Joe-Apalachicola shortcut between UI IS
bors for the source of the odor map out campaign strategy. ".: sey, John Kramer, A. D. Roberts, Port St. Joe and the Franklin Coun-
but fouhd no suspects. Finally Red Cross officials and Odum Williston Chason, Rush Chism and line due to lack of funds. WorkCommission
we found out what it was. CHIT- plan to begin the drive on March J. H. Shirley. on the stretch of the road from the The -City Commission metei
TERLINGS. The Sheriff had 1 in conjunction with the National Honorary pallbearers were Dr. A. rankli lie to near Apala- special session yesterday afternoon
three big pots of them on the Drive for funds. Plans are to finish L. Ward, Dr. Wayne Hendrix, J. L. chicola is still undofway. at 500 p.m. to call for three seto
stove. He said he was going to the drive within three days after oSharit, T. S. Coldewey, J. C. Belin, Gerge Tapper, contractor on the of bidsand heardin a ngce
eat them all. the kick-off. R. C. Brent, Jr., Tallahassee, R. L. road stated to-The Star that the one emergency ordinance.
Have you ever smelled chit- Odum states that he has the Main, Jacksonville, G. L. Kenning- work on this end of the short cut Commissioners present were Ma
terlings cooking? whole of the County divided up in- ton, B. W. Emlls, A. S. Chason, G. was halted while attempts were yor-Commissioner Belin, Commi
If not, let me tell you-you to sections and is now in the pro- F. 'Suber, J. V. Dowd, N. S. Porter, made to seek Federal aid for the
have not missed one thing. cess of contacting workers in each r' J. L. Miller, P. S. Fensom, W. P. project. ? Co leman 76
We have set up at Rotary area. He asks the co-operation of Shannon, I. W. Duren, R. E. Bel- Tapper said that no extensive P I e
.ub-. heard Jimmy Greer anyone asked to serve on this cam- lows, Sr., A. V. Bateman, J. W. work had been done and that the Ta By D eatl
-^ ^ chitterlings and com- paign. .-. 7) Rev. J. C. Oaum Lowrey, Panama City, T. O. Poite- right-of-way had been cleared in
tI0- t his wife wouldn't ,:.a',, vint, L. B. Walters H. H. Saun- the stopped area.
cookuo,' any l'. C!dn a" I ders and George Tapper. -- --- William Perry Coleman, 76 wa
We e o0 the side of the rOK o penn Ine Comforter Funeral Home of Port Local Shrine Club Has taken by death February 3 at th
wifem*C oatin i as n eJ St. Joe was in charge of arrange- Meeting In Wewahitchka Municipal Hospital following
Jimmy u oubtedly hasn't had n red B County Commissioners me hy illness. Mr. Coleman live
a whiff of things cooking or "e gh:ilesM....a ie
he would things crazy about -- ----'Saturday evening, February 5 at Highland View and for a nun
tThe Gulf .Cpun Board of Com- and Dave Lang of the Florida In- Basketball League Has the 'St. Joe ShrineB Club held its ber of years was the bridge tende
Even if they don't smell like it missionerstook heir first steps dustrial Commission to appear be- Double-Header Tonight regular .meeting in the Commun- over the Intracoastal Canal a
while cooking, they are washed toward acquiring Workman's Co- tore them to explain how they A double-hder bsktball game and es present were: Pres tive of Georgia.
out inside before being cooked, sensation insurance this week at should go about acquiring the in- A double-header basketball game and Ladies present were: Pres. tv of Gservices w.ere held Sa
aren't they? their regular meeting. The Board surance.is scheduled for tonight at 7:30 Ben Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Funeral services were held Sa
had asked J. Dogla Hopkins, Jr.,The County is now in th when Panama City will invade the Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gaskin, urday, Feb. 5 at the Spring Cree
d a d J D s Hopkins, Jr., The County is now in the process Port St. Joe court. Jitney Jungle Mr. and Mrs. Charley Morgan, Mr. Baptist Church near Donaldsonvill
Saw a headline in the Times- of paying off some $10,000.00 in of Panama City will play a com- and Mrs. George Kirvin, Mr. and with Rev. J. T. Dudley officiating.
Union the other day, War Not D. N. Creamer GrWS compensation t he widow and bined Garraway Rocket, American 'Mrs. Paul Wasmond, Mr. and Mrs. Survivors include his wife, Mar
Eminetinent-In China. That fellow Dr g s children of Deputy Sheriff M. A. Legion team for the opener. The Byrd Parker, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Highland View; four daughter,
didn't read in the next column A Gre Big Turnip Hill, who was killed in the line of night-cap will 'be between the Pan- Britt, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harden, Mrs. Lee Watts, Mrs. Wallace Gui
where MIG's had attacked US ~ I duty three years ago. This forced ama City Moose te&tn and the Port Mr. and Mrs. Buck Norton, Jim lot and Mrs. Ralph Macomber, a
planesI and en sent where A s t ort St.. Joe sand payment of cotribtion s he rea St. Joe Rotary an. .. G Harris an$ Mrs. Estelle Griffin ffHighland View and Mrs. D. W
good MIG's "thi so for the board. seekhg ,, he cor-
will go. w things~D). N. Creamer of 'ntior surascethi These should be outstanding and' Clyd% A. Fite. Zorn of Albany, Ga.; one son, W. I
As of Tueda we are nw Madison Street, Oak Grove brought nation insurance at ths tie.. games according to past records. After a wonderful turkey dinner Jr., of Jacksonville; four brother
one of the official countynews in a giant turnip to the Star office Lang and opkins told the board The P. C. Moose team defeated the which was served by the Women's James Cullie, Donaldsonville, Ga
papers.The new Commissionlast week as mute evidence of this that they were liable but that they Knights of Columbus team by 20 Club plans were made for the visi-R. L. Chattahoochee, and C. D. o
at Wewahitchka uesday voted fact.could be self insurers i they so-points. The K. C.'s have given .some station of the Potentate and his Di- Tallahassee; nine grandchildren
to have the County minutes pub- The big turnip weighed 3% lbs. desired, but they would still be re- close competition to the local teams, van on March 12. an'd one great grandchild.
listed in both The Star and the and had enough greens on its top quired to pay damages in case of --The membership t he St. Joe Comforter Fneral Home of or
Gulf County Breeze. A noble side to make a mess, for those who presentatives told the Board that Ordination Services Set fShrine Club consists of Shriners St. Joe was in charge of arrange
step gentlemen. In years past e ke greens t elective offices could not be cover- For Baptist Deacons from Gulf and Franklin counties, ments.
the minutes had been rotated Mr. Creamer stated that he had ed by Compensation Insurance. -under the auspices of Morocco ----- ----
between every other year be- pulled one the week before that The Longby Compensation Insurance. Avenue Baptist Church Temple in Jacksonville. The Shrine
tween the two papers, but in was not quite as big as his sam- The Board decided to draw up and the Highland View Baptist is an organization dedicated to the Rev. Miller Will Be Ordaine
1953, which was to have been ple and said that the root wasn't a schedule of all employees of theChurch will conduct a joint ordina- rehabilitation of crippled children As Priest Next Monda
the Star's year, the Breeze was even pithy. County and enter it to the Indus- on service Sunday at 3:30 pn. and the hriners of the United -..
given a full time job of printing And, by the way, Creamer used trial Commission for a quotation tion service -Sunday at 3:30 pan. and the Shriners of the United
given a full time job of printing And, by th way, Cramr u as to how much the insurance The-service will be held in the au- States and Canada maintain seven- The Rt. Rev. Edward Hamilto
the minutes no fertilizer on his garden. would cost them. The representa- ditorium of the Highland View teen modern hospitals employing West, D. D., Bishop Coajutor o
Se would cost them.at they wourepd mesenta- Baptist Church. Members of the the finest orthopedic surgeons in Florida will ordain to the Sacre
these stiateds but that they w oul ntyd make Long Avenue Church to be ordained the world. Through-the years more Order of Priests, the ,Reveren
Congressman Skes Asks or Study wouldstill be liable whether they as deaconsare: A.P. Jackson, Gra-than a quarter of a million children Thomas Randolph Miller, Monday
h qud still be liable wht he t y y Player and Frank Smith. have been restored to health with- the 14th of February, at 10:30 a.m
-_ U -* -. M +h,~ 4 I +T/ n irn./r -- Mr+ TT. n
t ee i insurance or nor. ein
Of Agds Income and Lvn Stnad..............
Stand surance would merely pay any claim
for damages, where the County
would have to make their own nay-
'Since he physical and financial
limitations of large numbers of old-
er people make it impossible for
them to meet their needs without
the assistance of national, state,
and local governments and volun-
tary groups, special services and
facilities are needed to increase fi-
nancial resources, to provide more
healthful living circumstances, and
to create useful roles for the ag-
ing. Medical care, housing, income
ments without the insurance.
Five-Year-Old Saves Sister
From Painful Burning
Five-year-ol'd Ira Burrl Hanna,
Jr., of Highland View saved his
small three-year-old sister, Livern
from burning to death last Friday
when her dress caught fire while
playing too close to an open tire-
On Monday, February 7, Con-
gressman Bob Sikes, (D.Fla.), in-
troduced in the House of Represen-
tatives a bill for the establishment
of a U.S. Commission on the aging
and aged. Recognizing that an in-
creasingly large proportion of our
population consists of persons past
middle age, Mr. 'Sikes has stated
that he feels a Commission for the
Aged is necessary to assist in de-
fining the problems of the aging
and the aged segment of the popu-
lation and findln'g solutions there-
Members of the Highland View out cost.
Church to be ordained as Deacons
are A. D. Roberts, Bill Cumibie, Special'
James Littles and. Ralph Macum- Boy
The public is cordially invited' A spec
to attend the service, en to,th(
Bridge Will Be Closed the St.
At Overstreet Next Week ium by
'S. B. Hall, district engineer for attend.
the State Road Department at
Panama City announced yester- N
day that the Overstreet Bridge
would be closed Monday through
--ft. -.... .......- i na, E,, a- The two children had been left Friday of next week for repairs.
for. The principal problems with fective use of leisure time are spec- alone in the house, wile their mo- Hall said that the floating
which the aged are .faced are: eam- ial areas needing consideration and ther, Mrs. I. B. Hanna had gone barge over the canal at that point
ployment and employaility; in- action, next door to use the telephone. will be drydocked for painting
come maintenance, 'health and phy- In view of these facts Congress- Little Livern was playing close to and will be out of service for
sical care, housing, living arrange- man Sikes has stated that he feels the fireplace when her dress caught these days.
ments, family relationship, and the it is the responsibility of the gov- fire. Little Ira Burrl quickly un- days
effective use pop leisure time. ernment of the U.S. to collect all bottoned the dress and stripped it Those Oysters Are 59C
Since 1900 the population of the available evidence and to effective- from his sister and stamped the
U. S. has doubled, but the number ly work out'a solution to this grave fire out. Per Pint; Not Per Quart
of older people has quadrupled, and ever-increasing problem. It will The child suffered only minor Our pencil slipped when we
Over 15% of Florida's population be the responsibility of the Con- burns.u
6 years or over. By 1970 themission to tackle this job. were making up the advertilse-
is years or over. By 1970 the tackle- Du upper
group 65 or over will have increas- Marketon page six of this Is-
ed to 21,000,000 in the whole Unit- t Shrubbery Is Donated sue. We have the good man giv-
ed States and will include more nisterial Alliance To New Football Field ing away oysters at 59c a quart.
than 12 per cent of the population. Metay Moi Of course the price was supposed
With the increasing number of old- Met Mon ing Rogers Nursery of Wewahitchka Of course the price was supposed
er people, there is a growing pro- -- this week donated 400 pieces of Ar- It's our fault and we hope you
portion of low income families in Monday morning at 10 a.m. the moor River Privit shrubbery to 'be .Its our fault and we hope y
the country. Five million families ministers of the churches of Port pnted along each side of the ne won't hold the man up for a
are headed by persons 65 years of Sta. Joe met at the First Baptist football field. The shrubbery has quart whehim.
age and over. Of these, 43 per cent Church. been planted down both sides of WESLEY (The Printer)
have yearly cash incomes of less, 'Some of the items discussed the field by Dave Maddox. Resi- WEL__ ..T e rner
than $1500; 30% have under $1,- were plans for religious services at dents are urged to take care in /
000; 15% have less than $500. The Easter, a "Go To Church Cam- the vicinity of the football field Arrive From Texas
plight of the 2,500,000 older persons paign", and the recreation program so that none of the plants will be Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Lemineux
who live alone is even worse fi- for the youth of Port St. Joe. 'trampled. 'of Port Arthur, Texas arrived here
nancially. Of these 76.5 per cent Regular business was discussed Dave Maddox also donated 75 Li- recently to live with his mother,
have incomes of less than $1,000; end disposed of. Byron Smith, new gustrum plants which have also Mrs. Ebie Smith. Mitchell is a
nearly 40% have less than $500. pastor of the First Baptist Church, been planted around the field., merchant seaman. They have been
Such incomes fail entirely to meet was elected the new secretary- ___making their home in Port Arthur
the needs of elderly people for liv- treasurer of the group and had the which was his shipping headquar-
Ing *ev9 &t exceedingly modest opening devotions. I TRADE AT HOME term,
Services Set For
Scout Troop Sunday
cial message will be giv-
ie Scouts and their fathers
afternoon at 5:00 p.m. at
Joe High School Auditor-
Rev. J. C. Odum.
one Is cordially invited to
A committee composed of mem-
bers of the Port St. Joe High School
Parent-Teacher Association, toge-
ther with representatives of the
American Legion and members of
the Student Council of the Port St.
Joe High School met Monday af-
ternoon at the high school with
Ithe purpose of forming a teen club.
The American Legion realizing
that the youth of the community
lution To Regulate
Ad For First Time
I at Saint James' Episcopal Church.
I Assisting Rev. West in the ordin-
ation service will be Bishop Frank
A. Juhan, 'Rev. Leland Frey of
Marianna; Rev. Harcourt Waller
of Tallahassee, Rev. Thomas Byrne
of Panama City, Rev. J. W. Ander-
son of Apalachicola, Rev. Randolph
Scott of Bastrop, Texas. Acolytes
will be Bert 'Munn, Jr., and Jerry
Buchart. -Organist will be Mrs.
sioners Watson ,Smith, Clifford
Tharpe and Wesley R. Ramsey.
To Clean Disposal Plant
'The City is asking for bids to
clean out .the sewage disposal plant
so that contractors may ascertain
a price for rehabilitation of the
This'job is being rushed as It is
in bad need of being done. The
specifications call for the cleaning
of all sludge, obstructions and waste
matter in the entire plant and pro-
vides for the safe disposal of city
sewage while the operation is un-
Bids on this project are to be
received on February 25 with work
to start within 10 days from that
date and completed in 30 working
Fencing of Parks
A second bid was asked for the
fencing of an area of the city park
and fencing the park in the colored
area of town and laying clay on a
portion of each park.
This contract will be let on
A third bid was asked for-paving
of the streets in the Holly Hill
There are a total of seven streets
to be paved each one-eighth mile
Contracts, for the project will be
let on March 1.
An emergency ordinance was
read before the Commission for' the
first time to prohibit the placing of
more than one building for the pur-
pose of living quarters on one lot.
Several occasions recently have
prompted the formation of the or-
dinance. In several areas about the
city, more than one 'dwelling has
been built on one lot. The City is
seeking to halt this practice until
such time as the new building and
zoning codes, now under formation,
can be completed and put into op-
This emergency ordinance is *o
hold down the hazard by fire and
to health of the crowding of dwell-
"True politeness consists in be-
ing easy one's self, and in making
every one about one as easy as
meeting Monday, committees were tions was given each student at
elected for the club and the name general assembly, last Wednesday
STA'C HOUSE chosen as the name, morning.
meaning Sharks Teen-Age Club.
Rules and regulations were made
and the following committeemen
named: Joe Adams and Walter Wil-
der, co- chairman; Membership,
Jackie Davis, chairman; Finance
Faye Fleishel; Secretary, Barbara
VIt iwie- PiM ,h I i)il y prh Cnd n ft-il,
has never' rcr-Mitchell; Publicity, varta uosi n,
has never had any recreational fa- nd Trustees, Gene Raffield and
cilities and realizing the great need Bob Smith. All Port St. Joe High
for some form of recreation for School -students or students at-
'the youth, purposed to the Parent- tending the Port St. Joe High
Teacher Association of the high School are eligible to become a
school that one such club be star- member upon the registration of
ted. A meeting-was held in Honey's 50c fee and a general admission
Cafe two weeks ago with this in of 10c at the door. .Plans at pres-
mind and plans were formulated. ent are for the club to be open
The Legion Hall was offered with every -Saturday night from 7:30
lights and heat free. They also pro- until 10:30. Chaperones will be
posed a snack bar for the club provided and the program will bn
members. In a general meeting of under the direction of Miss Iris
the PTA, Mrs. Rush Chism brought Poole. Opening night has been set
this before the organization and it for Saturday, February 19. Danc-
was approved in a vote by the body ing and games will be provided. A
to help sponsor the olub, In their complete list of rules and regular.
Board members are Jean Mahon,
Faye Fleishel, Joe Adams, Walter
Wilder, Bob Smith, Edward Smith,
Martha Costin, Bobby Ward, Leo-
rard Costin, Janis Lanier, Gene
Raffield, Delores Chism, Barbara
Mitchell, Evelyn Boyette, Mary
Harris, Tony Barbee, and Beverly
Baldwin of the student body; Mrs.
Rush Chism, Mrs. John Blount,
Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mrs. Bert
Munn,- Mrs. S. B. Shuford, Harry
cKnight, Durell Brigman, F. E.
Trammel and Leroy Bowdoin, rep-
resentatives .from the PTA and
A recreation center and some
form of recreation has been the
plea of the young people in town
for years and several attempts
have been made to start a center
with no success. The American Le-
gion is to be complimented on this
start and with the parents of the
community back of the club, it
should become a reality,
:gion and PTA Sponsor
een Club for City Youth
THLJRBDAY PRLUAkY 0, 1 O
"a IT 1'WV 'rH& A -oV-i6 BT. J L 0 L
Mrs. Hendrix Hostes I Graduates Irom FSU
To Tuesday Bridge Club Miss Myrtle Simpson, daughter
Koci Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Simpsoa of
Mi'rs. joseph Hendrix was hostess this city, was graduated from Flor-
to the Tuesday afternoon Bridge ida State University, Saturday, Jan-
Club in her home on Grarison Ave- uary 29. She received a BS degree
in Retail Merchandising. She was
Mrs. Byron Ell, Jr., Mrs. Roberta member of Pi Beta Phi social fra-
Mrs. Byron Bell, Jr., Mrs. Robert eternity while attending school.
Briigman and Mrs. Hubert Rich- i t
yards were the prize winners. Cof- Released From Hospital
fee guests were Mrs. Bill Whaley Mrs. S. J Taylor has been re-
and Mrs. Gus Creech. Members Municipal Hospi-
playing were Mrs. Frank Hannon, tal and is convalescing at her home
Mrs. Gannon Buzzett, Mrs. Vic An- on Long Avenue.
derson, Mrs. Earl Atchison, Mrs. t
Robert King, Mrs. Charles Wall, Seriously Ill
Mrs. B. B. Scisson and Mrs. Bill Mrs. Katherine Newcomb of Mex-
Cowden. ico Beach who has been seriously
r t ill in the Municipal Hospital is re-
Week End In South Fla. ported to be improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Williams V
and children spent the last week Visiting With Parents
end visiting Winter Garden, Ocala, Miss Joan Trexler of St. Peters-
Gainesville, Lake City and other burg is visiting with her parents,
interesting places in central Flor- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Trexler on 16th
i da. Street.
Star Want Ads Get Resulti Advertising doesn't cost-it pays!
Alan Hammock Honored On First Birthday
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Alan Hammock, son of Mr. and Ave.
Mrs. Bill Hammock celebrated his 'The family and close friends
first birthday on Jan. 28, at the were in attendance for the occa-
home of his parents on Woodward sion.
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Used Car Sale At
W wholesale Prices
Rumors Are Rampant So Are Our Used Car Prices!
Give Us A Quick Rush We'll Like It As Well
As A Teen-Ager At Her First Dance
Yes, Our Used Car Prices Are As Cheap As
Rumors, and Brother, That's Cheap!
Take A Look and Cash In Now!
'52 STUDEBAKER, 2-dr. V-8 -----$645.00
Commander, Radio and Heater
'51 PLYMOUTH, 2-dr. Concord --- $645.00
Radio and Heater, New Paint
'51 FORD V-8, 2-dr. ---------- $645.00
Fordomatic, Radio and Heater, New Motor
'51 CHEVROLET, 2-dr. Styleline $595.00
DeLuxe Model, Radio and Heater
'51 CHEVROLET, Club Coupe -----$595.00
Radio and Heater
EXTRA -- SPECIAL -- EXTRA
'53 CHEVROLET, Bel Air $1,345.00
Sport Coupe, Loaded A Creampuff
G'52 OLDSMOBILE, "98" -- -- 1,345.00
4-Door Sedan, Loaded Very Clean
'50 FORD, V-8,2-dr. --------- $495.00
With Overdrive, Radio and Heater
'49 FORD V-8, 2-dr. ------ $345.00
With Extras Good Condition
'52 CHEVROLET 3-4 T. Pickup -- $495.00
MANY MORE '49 AND OLDER MODEL CARS
FROM $25.00 TO $295.00
Port St. Joe, Fla.
St. James Women Scout News
Social Activities Meet At Church BTROOP 47
Personals Clubs Churches st. James' Woman's Auxiliary
met Monday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. The regular Scout meeting of
Mrs. Ocyle Munn, Editor Phone 166 in the parish house with the presi- Troop No. 47 was held Monday
dent, Mrs. J. C. Arbogast presiding. night at 8:00. The meeting was op-
I Mrs. Tom Miller gave the devo- ened by the Scouts giving the
S. ... tional followed with prayer. Dur- Scout oath and law.
ing the business, the 1955 budget Four new members were accept-
: 'for the year was adopted. Mrs. Mil- ed into the troop. They were: Rob-
ler and Mrs. Basil Kenney, Jr., ert Costin, Wayne Davis, Charles
gave an interesting report on their McKinnon and Randal Lanier.
trip to the Diocesan Convention Several reports were given to the
'J -, held in Jacksonville, January 26 troop by the chairmen of commit-
through the 28th. It was announced tees to raise money for the summer
that a Lenten Study would be con- vacation. The first of these reports
ducted with the Rev. Tom Miller was given by W. L. Smith, Sr.,
conducting the study. Final plans chairman of the fund for selling
were completed on the luncheon subscriptions to The Star. For
which will be held on February 14 each ne subscription sold, the
following the Ordination service,
-with Mrs. Paul Fensom as chair- troop receives $2.00 and for each
man. Rental fees for the use of the renewal, $1.00. The boys have rais-
ari House were approved as fo-led $49.00 thus far for the troop on
-. -"" lows: $5.00 for the use of the Par- .this project.
ish House either day or night; Mr. Calvin Musselwhite, chair-
... Mrs. ". $10.00 for the use of the Parish man of the committee for selling
House and Kitchen either day or light bulbs and chewing gum, re-
night, ported that in the past two weeks
Gail Gill and Ray Lapeyrouse Honored igThetd.withaa
by Mrs. Miller. Those attedning
W ith Party On Birthdays By Parents- le to Ane rson, Mrs." J
C. Arbogast, Mrs. N. Comforter, "'t
Mrs. Robert Bellows, Sr., Mrs. Ba-
sil Kenney, Jr., Mrs. Tom Owens,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Gill and Sarah Linda Richardson, Kathleen Mrs. Paul Fensom, Mrs. Tom Mil-
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lapeyrouse were Dowd, Betty Ward, Dianne Dudeck, ler and Mrs. W. D. Dare and Mrs.
joint hosts and hostesses February Dianne Lay, Ann Miller, Carol Lee Bert Munn.
4 at the parish house, honoring Armstrong, Dianna McKnight, Bar- e M
their daughters, Gail Gill and Ray
Lapeyrouse on their birthdays.
The valentine motiff was car-
ried out in arrangements of white
pompoms with red candles and val-
On the serving table the punch
bowl was centered in a wreath of
fern, red *and white net puffs and
red candles. A red and white birth-
day cake was on each side.
Dancing was enjoyed throughout
the evening. Miss Voncile assisted
the hostesses during the evening
in serving. Invited guests were
Club 22 Meets
'Club 22 met in the home of Mrs.
Ruth McCormick, Thursday night,
bara Eells, Freda Trammell, Cin-
dy rOajrbonneau, Joan OpConnell,
Marie Talley, Durreline Sykes,
Crista Duren, Dianne Gilbert, San-
dra Mercer, Madeline Gill, Jo Ann
Lapeyrouse, Patricia Smith, Mar-
garet Lois Blount, Glen Alligood,
David Musselwhite, Billy Mazarol,
Clyde Farmer, Sonny Chafin, Mi-
chael Munn, Ed Bobbitt, Richard
Zipperer, Higdon ISwatts, Willie
Daniell, Tony Barbee, David Rich,
Frank Griffin, Jimmy Williams,
Gilbert Martin and Jackie Mitchell.
Mrs. Ted Frary To Present
Pupils In Piano Recital
The purpose for the meeting was The piano students of Mrs. Ted
the election of officers for the com- Frary will be presented in a reci-
ing year. tal at the High School auditorium
The following officers were elect- Friday night, February 11 at 8:00
ed: Mrs. Lucille Williams, presi- p.m. The public is cordially. invited
dent; Mrs. Onnie Greer, vice-presi- to attend.
dent; Mrs. Al Smith, secretary and Those participating will be:. Mary
treasurer. The ways and means Caroline Lyons, Patricia McCor-
committee was appointed consist- mick, Linda Burge, Freddy JQines,
ing of Mrs. A. D. Lawson, Mrs. Sue Durant, Toni Mira, David Har-
Josh Miller and Mrs. T. 0. Poite- vey, Catherine Duren, Crista Du-
vint. ren, Joyce Davis, Barbara Mitchell
The meeting closed with the and as guests, Jane Allen and Al-
hostess serving coffee and cookies. den Ferris.
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The American Legion
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Linda Roberts, young daughter
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reported on the sick list.
Visiting From Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gaskin and
children of Rome, Ga., are visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Creech
and family this week.
First Baptist Auxiliaries
Hosts To Wewa Youth
The Junior and Intermediate
G.A.'s of the First Baptist Church
were hosts to the Junior and Inter-
mediate GA.'s of Wewahitchka
Tuesday night at 8:30.
'Sixteen girls from Wewahitchka
along with their counselor, Miss
Magdalene Hubbard and Mrs. Rob-
ert Brown and three WMS women,
Mrs. J. E. Pridgeon, Mrs. Ethel H.
Middlebrooks and Mrs. Davis at-
All the Junior G.A.'s met toge-
ther in the Virginia Hagood room
of the church with Connie Chason
presiding while Rosemary Tomlin-
son presided over the Intermediate
meeting in the Elizabeth Provence
After the separate meetings
everyone joined together in the
Fellowship Hall for refreshments
of punch and cookies.
Mrs. W. R. Scott, president of
the Port St. Joe WMU, Mrs. W. P.
Dockery, counselor; Mrs. Aubrey
Tomlinson, counselor andl Mrs. Mil-
ton Chafin counselor and young
people's director supervised the
Mr. and Mrs. James Odem Mann
of Cottonwood, Ala., announce the
birth of a son, on January 31 at
the Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ray Holley
of Altha, announce the birth of a
son, Roger Allen Holley, on Febru-
ary 6 in the Municipal Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nixon Lemious
of this city are announcing the
birth of a son, Bobby Jerrel on
February 6 in the Municipal Hospi-
Mr. and, Mrs. Donald H. Hewett
announce the birth of a son, Don-
ald Patrick, born Saturday, Feb-
ruary 5, at the Tyndall AF Base
Hospital. Hewett is Chief Recruit-
er for the U.S Navy stationed in
Panama City. They live on 9th St.
in Port St. Joe.
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they have made $57.00. They will
resume their selifing again thi Sat;
Mr. J. A. Ailgood accepted thd
-chairmanship of the rummage "al4
that will take place this saturday.
The merchandise for this sale was
donated to the troop by the mana-
*ger of the Christo's Store in 'St. Joe.
A unanimous vote was given by
each patrol to elect a "Queen"
for the iScout circus. Each-. paoe-
selected their candidate. The.can-
didates will be asked this week for
permission and their picture-. winlch'
will be printed in..The Star later.
The girl with the most v..,te- will
reign over all the Scout activ'.ile
for the coming year. The filial vte
will be counted and announced at
the Scout circus in April.
The Scoutmaster requested that
all the Scouts wear their uniforms,
Tuesday and Wednesday in celebra-
tion of the 45th year of Scouting.
Also, they were requested to wear.
their uniforms to the church of
their choice for the ,Sunday mporn-'
The meeting was closed by Rev.
J. C. Odum giving the benediction.'
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SY A 1S P GN OT
BY RUSSELL KAY
While the Navy may be able to
of the Chinese Communists to in-
Yade Formosa, I am informed that
the situation in Tampa is much
-'ore serious, and while the Navy
and Coast Guard have been alerted,
they are helpless in the face of the
Invading fore that will soon sweep
down on the Cigar City.
I have it on good authority that
Jose Gaspar has assembled the lar-
gest band of bloodthirsty pirates
in the long history of his diabolical
operations. His men and his ships
are ready, and so certain is he of
the success of his venture that he
has sent a courier to inform the
Mayor of Tampa as to the day and
hour of 'his attack-High Noon on
Monday, Feb. 14. "You can mark
this on your calendar as 'Gasparilla Grounds where drill teams will Recommendation Made To
day', said the Pirate Chief, and compete, 'bands will play and can- Create New H.S. Grades
Tampa is going ahead with plans didates will be driven mercilessly ____
for the celebration of its Centennial: over hot sands. The feeling of relief that comes
and the staging of the great Flor-' As for the fair itself, never in over many a high school student as
ida State Fair which is scheduled the history of the event has such he completes the 12th grade may
Sto open Saturday, Feb. 5 and con- an outstanding display of Florida'some day be a thing of the past.
tinue through Saturday, Feb. 19. charm, wealth and opportunity been .
1955 marks the Golden Anniver- assembled. The 25 big exposition A recommendation for junior col-
sary of the Fair and also the Gol- buildings, jammed with interesting leges, consisting of 13Lh and 14th
den Anniversary of the Tampa Ro- educational exhibitors, will tell grades in association with high
tary Club and Rotarians from hi- Florida's fantastic story as it has schoolss has been made by Dr. J. L.
other and yon are planning to visit i.ever been told before. Watten'arger of the University of
Tampa on Rotary Day, Wednesday, Eerything from "Life Savers" to Florida College of Education.
Feb. 1. Colorful ceremonies will "Wife Saers" will be found in e His plan calls for the establish-
feature this auspicious occasion. magnificent display of electrical ap- ment of 18 white and 8 Negro pub-
When it comes to fun, frolic and pliances, gadgets and equipment lic junior colleges in Florida.
excitement nothing can touch a ga- presented in the great Electrical "The planning of the 'State De-
thering of Nobles of the Mystic Exposition stages under the spon- apartment of Education 'should in-,
Shrine; and to start the Florida sorship of the Tampa Electric Corn- elude ways and means for all youth,
State Fair off with a bang, Shrin- pany. -,inin Florida to have the opportun-
ers from the entire southeast will The livestock, dairy ad poultry ity for continued education through
meet in Tampa on Saturday, Feb. departments of the big exposition the 14th grade," Dr. Wattenbarger
5 to stage a gigantic parade. The have been greatly expanded and says.
mystic caravan will snake its way every available foot of space is be- 'Dr. Wattenbarger is the author
through the downtown streets of ing used to ,present livestock dis- of "A tate Pn for ublished byc Jniveor
the city and wind up at the Fair plays ,the equal of any in the world. sity of Florida iPress this ovlume
sity of Florida Press, this oviume
pupils living in the outlying areas Special attention should be paid
of the counties supporting geach jun- to continuous guidance and to the
ior college. integration o fthe junior college
Also, he says, "Subsidization for program with the rest of the school
students living too far away for system, Dr. Wattenbarger added.
commuting should be considered as
a means of equalizing opportunity." Star Want Ads Get Result.
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LAST CALL SAVINGS OF MORE THAN 50%
It's a Clean Sweep at Boyles on all LADIES Fall and Winter WEAR
49 Famous Label DRESSES, Values' up to $16.50 each $5.00
6 Only COATS and SUITS, Values up to $12.75 each $6.75
2 Only COATS, Values to $22.50 ...-- each $10.00
24 LADIES DRESSY BLOUSES, Values to $8.95 $2.00 and $3.00
20 Ladies Cardigan WOOL SWEATERS, Values up to $8.95 ------ 2 for $5.00
24 Ladies Corduroy, Wool, Taffeta and Velveteen SKIRTS
Values -up to $7.95 $1.00 to $4.95
9 Only Subteen SKIRTS, Corduroy and Washable Wool,
Values up to $5.95 $3.00 and $3.75
Savings of 50% and MIe In Boyles Big E.0O.Wo SALE
For Children and Teen-age Girs 55 Kate Greenaway and Peaches and Cream
COTTON DRESSES, Values up to $7.95 -- $2.00, $3.00, $4.00
17 GIRL'S WINTER COATS, formerly up to $10.95 .__ each $5.00
25 ALL WOOL SWEATERS, Values up to $4.95 $2.00 and $3.00
28 Pairs TOTS and TEENAGERS Fancy OUTING PAJAMAS, Values to $1.95 $1.35
7 GIRL'S CHALLIE GOWNS, $1.95 Values $1.35
24 Pairs UTICA FLEECE KNIT SLEEPERS $1.95 Value $1.00
3 INFANT'S CORDUROY BONNETS, $1.95 Values $1.00
Here's Tremendous Savings for Boys in Boyles BIG E.O.W. SALE
32 Boys Montog and Happ JACKETS, Values up to $11.75 $2.00 to $5.00
38 Only BOYS FLEECE LINED SWEAT SHIRTS, Some with collar and zipper
Grey, White, and Assorted Colors, Values to $1.49 97c
22 Only Boys Gabardine and Corduroy OVERALLS, Values up to $2.95 $1.59
-Sizes up to 6, Zipper Front
115 Boys PLAID FLANNEL SHIRTS, Sizes 8 to 16, $1.95 Values each $1.00
11 BOYS CORDUROY SPORT SHIRTS, $2.95 Values $1.99
19 Pairs Children's Striped DENIM PLAY SUITS, Worth $1.95 each $1.00
Men Will Welcome This As One of Our Greatest Savings Events!
14 MEN'S SLEEVELESS ALL WOOL SWEATERS, Worth $3.95 each $2.00
6 Only Long Sleeve SHAKER KNIT SWEATERS, $5.95 Values each $3.49
41 Men's WRIGHT FUR FELT HATS, Values up to $9.95 each $3.99
28 Long Sleeve MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS, Values up to $3.95 each $2.00
104 Men's Tulane and Van Heusen SPORT SHIRTS, Values up to $4.95 each $3.00
22 Men's RIBBED KNIT SHIRTS and DRAWERS, $1.69 Value each $1.00
13 Men's RIBBED KNIT UNION SUITS, $1.95 Values each $1.35
36 Only Men's Heavy and Lightweight MEN'S JACKETS, Values up to $7.95 $3.00 to $5.00
9 Only Men's Quilted Lined Happ JACKETS, Values up to $14.75 $6.00, $8.00, $10.00
21 Pairs Men's Fine Quality, 100% Wool GABARDINE PANTS, Values to $13.50 $8.95
3 Pairs Young Men's CORDUROY PANTS, $7.95 Values pair $3.00
ALL MEN'S and BOY'S WINTER CAPS DRASTICALLY REDUCED!
Sensational Values in E.O.W. Piece Goods Sale!
About 500 Yards Assorted FINE FABRICS, Values up to 98c Yd. 2 yds. $1.00
SUITINGS, SEERSUCKERS, FINE GABARDINES AND RAYONS, GABARDINES
200 Yards Woven Striped CHAMBRAY, 39c Value 5 yds. $1.00
600 Yards Fast Color PRINTED BROADCLOTH, 49c Value -- 3 yds. $1.00
Hundreds, and Hundreds of Yds. NEW SPRING and SUMMER FABRICS Now In!
Special Group Natural Bridge DRESS SHOES for Ladies
$9.95 Values -------- -------------- pair $5.00
1 Group Wedges and Flatties, Values up to $7.95 ---- $3. and $5.
An E.0.W. Sensation
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Stock up now on lowest
prices in 9 years!
' is the first in the Uniersity of Flor-
ida 'Studies in Education series.
The author recommends the elim-
ination of tuition fees and would
furnish public transportation for
One of the gayest events of this
two-week festive period will be the
participation of Tampa's Latin pop-
ulation. These warmhearted people
who live with a song in their hearts,
delight in a fiesta, and on Interna-
tional Day will stage a gigantic
night illuminated parade that will
breathe the spirit of old 'Spain and
present rhumba and marimbo
bands, d-ark-eyed dancing senoritas,
and an evening of unmatched
I can promise you that whatever
day you attend the Florida State
Fair you will enjoy it. You can't
see it all- in one day, so plan to
spend the entire period in Tampa
and participate in as many of the
thrilling and exciting events as pos-
sible. Tampa will let down her hair
and kick up her heels as she has
never done before, so come and en-
joy every minute of it. Remember
the dates-'Feb. 5-19 14 big days
and 14 big nights!
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THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
TH-URSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1955
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Pert St.
Joe, Florida, By The Star Publithing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSBY, Editor end Pubisher
Moo Ltiotype Operautd Ad Man. Floor Man. Gcolmnist,
eperter, Prw Reader and Bookkeeper
hatred aa oond-cl41 t,, December 10, 1987 at the
Pi6tdaote. Port Lt Joe, eder Aet of Marckh 1Ws.
a3USBRIPTIOW IWNVALY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
INK YEARn ea.oa s x MNTH $1.50
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TO ADVERTITERS--I ease o* error or omissions in adver-
t the Bslli nM do not kold themeelves u .N for
ag fther than mount received for s ec advertisement.
qo p4okae wor is tim scant attetlio; the printed w r
L Uuktultlly weed. The spoken word barely asuerti
t ted wotrdx th hly convinces. The spoke word
eI ti. printed word remains.
SOUNDS LIKE "NO"
Chou En-lai, the so-called "Premier" of the
bandit group administering the ;blessings of
Communism among the 600 million mainland
Chinese, appears to have made up his mind that
President Eisenhower's request for broad au-
thority to defend Formosa, and 'the endorse-
ment of that request by Congress, is a bluff.
In replying, via the Peiping radio, to Dag
Hammarskjold's invitation to join, the discus-
sion of a Formosan cease-fire in the UN Secur-
ity Council, Chou outdid in arrogance all pre-
Red China must be given the Security
Council seat of the Chinese Nationalists, he. said,
and the US must answer for its "acts of aggres-
sion" and "direct violation of the fundamental
principles of the United Nations Charter".
He reiterated that the Formosan crisis had
been brought about by "United States occupa-
tion of Formosa and intervention in China's in-
ternal affairs". He could only agree to send a
representative, he said, "when the representa-
tives of Chiang Kai-shek's clique have been driv-
en out from the Security Council and the repre-
sentatives of the People's Republic of China at-
tends in the name &'fChina".
Chou's blast followed on the heels-of the
press conference .in which President Eisenhower
clamped down on detailed questions on such
points as whether we 'would defend the islands
of Quemoy and Matsu and whether orders to
the Seventh Fleet permitted "hot pursuit" of
Red attackers. In answering a more general
question, the President said: "The purpose is
to make certain that no conflict occurs through
mistaken calculations on the other side as to our
concern about Formosa and our determination
to defend it. We have been as exact as it seems
possible to be, and we have certainly tried to
avoid being truculent. The purpose is honestly
and hopefully to prevent war."
Also a matter of hours before Chou En-lai's
searing reply to the UN invitation, reports from
London indicated that Red China would accept
a cease-fire in return for the Tachen Islands, Que-
moy and Matsu providing it was informal, an
unwritten "gentlemen's agreement". The fact
that India's Prime Minister Nehru, who is in
London for the British Commonwealth confer-
ence, has been in contact with Red Chinese dip-
ltmats, and: the report that he would like to set
up a "Geneva-type" conference to 'settle the For-
mosa crisis, suggests that this may be what Chou
is playing for.
But if, as it appears, 'the-intermediaries are
depending on appeasement of Red China, it
would be well for Americans to remember Sen-
ator William F. Knowland's definition of the
'term ". surrender on the installment plan."
PLENTY OFPROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT
It is good to learn from the annual report
of the'National Safety Council that fatal traffic
accidents in 1954'were down five percent from
the previous year, that total accidental deaths
were four percent lower, and the death-rate of
56.5 per 100,000 population the lowest on record.
But, 'encouraging as the percentages are,
there is little reason to congratulate ourselves on
the fact that only 36,300 lost their lives on our
highways, and:only a& million and a quarter more
were injured in traffic, but managed to live. The'
9o1;000: people' killed in accidents of all types
would populate a city !,larger than Springfield,
Ill., Harrisburg, Pa., Saginaw, Mich., Galveston,
Texas, Schenectady, N. Y., or Sioux City, Ia.;
while the 9;200,000 who were injured would fill.
New York City, Albany, Buffalo and Rochester.
Most shocking of all, perhaps, is the thought
that most of these victims had seen or heard acci-
dent warnings most every day of their last sev-
M 90 ,missioners Ramsey, Smith, Wimberly, and Mr. Walter Duren was present and stated
Minutes of The Mayor Belin present. Attorney Costin and that he was planning to move an existing
Clerk Henderson were also present: building to a vacant lot in Block 1006 in
S rMinutes of the previous meeting of Jan- the colored section, which would not be
y unary 18, 1955 were read and approved. located within the limits of any present
Mr. E. F. Gunn, local contractor was restricted zoning area. The City Council
-SWI present, presented a set of building plans, approved this. request with the provision
and requested the City Council's approval that no restricted area would be affected
MInute of the Regular Meeting of of a building permit for Lot 11, Block 88. by thi"s move.
the City Commission of the City of After examination of the building plans, Mayor Belin presented a plat of Unit No.
Port St. Joe, Florida, held in the Mu- Commissioner Smith moved that the City 6, St. Joseph's Addition to the City of Port
alelpal Building on the 1st day of j Clerk be authorized to issue this permit. St. Joe, Florida. Commissioner Smith moved
February A. D., 1955 at 8:00 p.m. This was seconded by Commissioner Wim- 'to approve the proposed plat of St. Joseph's
The Regular Meeting of the City Cor- I berly. and upon a vote there were ayes four, addition to the City of Port St. Joe, Florida,'
mlesion was:held at this time with Coam- nays none. IUnit No. 6 and authorized the Mayor-Comn.
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missiloner and City Auditor and Clerk to
execute the approval in behalf of the City
Commissioner and oCty Auditor and Cle k 1.
to execute the approval in behalf of the
Ciyt and submit proposed plat to the Board
of County Comamissioedrers, Gulf County,
Florida for their approval. This was second-
ed by Commissioner Ramsey and upon a
vote was unanimously carried, ayes four,
Commissioner Wimberly moved that pri or
to the execution of any house moving per-
mit for persons desiring to move existing
buildings into any section of the Port St.
Joe City Limits, to be located and estab-
lisbed therein, that the persons planning
such-moves be required to appear before a
official meeting of the City Council and re- i o
ceive permission from the Council to pro-
ceed with, said house moving. This motion
died for lack of a second.
Mayor Belin called for, a consideration of
bids for the purchase of 500 feet of 2 1-2
inch fire hose.
INVITATION TO BID
January 5, 1955 "
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida will
receive sealed bids until 5:00 P.M., Tuesday,
February 1, 1955 for the purchase of the
500 feet 2 1-2" First Grade "Eureka
fire hose, or the equivalent thereof,
double jacket, 400 pounds test pres-
sure, wax treated, brass rocker lug
couplings with National Standard
This hose must be "Eureka" brand fire
hose or the equivalent of "Eureka" fire hose,
and not to be confused with Steamer Hose.
St. Joe, Florida. State date of delivery and
The City of Port St. Joe, Florida re- -Tampa News Bureau Photo
series the right to reject any and or all PIRATES and pirate maidens
Yours very truly, will be swarming in Tampa
/s R. W. HENDERSON Monday, Feb. 14, as members
City Auditor and Clerk of Tampa's Ye Mystic Krewe of
Clerk Henderson opened and read aloud ,Gasparilla stage their annual in-
the following bids: sion e
B. W. Eells, Firestone Store: evasion of the C _
500 feet double jacket, Chevron "1022" --
twill weave full cabled yarn with endless Co. 2 1-2" double jacket C R.L. Under-
fiber nylon filler cords, wax and paragum writers labelled fire hose, (equivalent or
treated fire hose at $1.92 per foot, 400 equal to "Eureka" fire hose.) Wax and
pounds per square inch test pressure, deliv- gum treated, with 2 1-2" M. and F. brass
ered F.O.B. Port St. Joe, Florida, Terms rocker lug couplings N.S.T. attached each
2%o 10 days, Net 60. length, at $130.82 per 100 feet, or 65.41
Alternate Bid: per 50 foot length, Terms 2% discount, 10
500 feet double jacket keystone -"288" days. Delivery, approximately 4 weeks from
twill weave full cabled yarn wax and para- date order is received.
gum treated fire hose, $1.98 per foot, 400 No other bids were received.
pounds per square inch test pressure, bronze
Slug rocker-lug couplings, Delivered F.O.B After a review of the three bids received,
Port St. Joe, Florida, Terms 2%, 10 days, Commissioner Smith. moved that the bid
Net 60. submitted by Gulf Hardware & Supply Coin-
Western Auto Associate Store: pany be investigated to determine if they
500Wfeser to2Assoinchfirstograde intended to provide first grade hose under
500 feet 2 1-2 inch first grade fire said bid, to accept the bid of Gulf Hardware,
hose, "Eureka" or equivalent quality, double hbut if not to reject all bids received and
jacket, 400. pounds test pressure, mildew
and dry rot treated, complete with brass re-advertise for new bids on the 500 feet of
rocker lug, national standard threads 2 1-2", 2 1-2 inch fire hose. This was seconded by
for the price of $86.80 per 50 foot length, Commissioner Ramsey and upon a vote
total price for 500 feet, $868.00, delivered there wcre ayes four, nays none.
in Port St. Joe, Florida. Delivery within Commissioner Wimberly moved that the
four weeks from receipt of order. Terms, present City license ordinance be thoroughly
net cash within 30 days. examined and revised. This was seconded
Gulf Hardware & Supply Company. by Commissioner Ramsey and upon a vote
500 feet, (10 50' lengths) U. S. Rubber was unanimously carried, ayes four, nays
'$25 to $300
FOR TODAY'S NEEDS
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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Avenue Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP ------ 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -----6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP ---------7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Meeting In The High School Auditorium
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
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THE S TAR. PORLT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
Port St. Joe, Fla.
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THULJRS'AY, .FAP RUARY 10, 1855
THE STAR. PORT ST. JOE- GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
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TESTING THE RIGGING of the "pirate shl}" Jose Gaseari a at
Tampa, Fla., are these five pirate maidens. ";,'- ship, which cost
Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla more than $100,000 a'0l was
launched last year, will, be making its second rutn wl:en i t' s
prti in the coming 1955 Gasparilla Pirate Festival at Ta :2a,
News of Port St. Joe High School
By MARTHA COSTIN
Thought For The Week
More things are wrought by prayer
Than this world dreams of. Where-
fore, let thy voice
Rise like a fountain for me night
building including lights, heat and
a snack bar for a youth center to
be opened at the present, very
I A delegation from the PTA,
American Legion and the youth
Recreation association met with
representatives from the various
home rooms of the school to make
preliminary plans for the center.
This group comprises the Board of
Directors. From this Board, var-
ious committee chairmen were se-
and day elected to serve as co-chairmen, and
For what are men better than I Jackie Davis will serve as chairman
sheep or goats of the membership committee. Bar-
That nourish a blind life within the bara Mitchell will serve as secre-
brain cary. Faye Fleishel as treasurer
If knowing God, they lift not hands. and artha Costin as publicity chair-
of prayer man. Trustees are Gene Raffield
Both for themselves and those who and Bob Smith, Miss Iris Poole will
call him friend? be director of the STAfC House.
-Alfred Tennyson: Membership cards which- are
Grand Opening of STAC renewable on.September 1, are now
House Soon being sold to members of the high
The STAC House, or the Sharks school for 50 cents by the board
Teen Age Center, will have its Oi directors. The money derived
grand opening on Saturday night, from the sale of'these membership
November 19 at 7:00 in the Ameri- in addition to the ten cents that
can Legion Building. The youth will be charged for admission to
recreation center which is under the center will be used to purchase
the sponsorship of the Port St. Joe rew recreational equipment.
High School PTA, received its The board of directors is compos-
boost when the American Legion e!d of the following persons: Mrs.
offered the full facilities of their Rush Chism, high school PTA presi-
dent; rs. S. B. Shuford, Mrs. Paul
Fensom, Mrs. Durel Brigman, Mrs.
Harry McKnight, and Mrs. John
Blount, representing the PPTA. F.
F. Trammel, representing the
American Legion. Mrs. B. H. Munn,
representing the youth recreation
association. Leroy Bowdoin, repre-
senting the high school. Mary Har-
Mrs. Gibson Hostess To
Methodist WSCS Monday'
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service of the First Methodist
Church met Monday afternoon at
the church at 3 p.m. with the presi-
Sdent, Mrs. Roy Gibson, Sr., presid-
ing over the business meeting.,
The meeting opened with the
singing of "Wonderful Words of
Life" followed with repeating in
unison, "The Day of Prayer". Re-
ports from various committees
were given and Mrs. Gibson announ-
ced thta the revival of the church
would be held on February 20 thru
25, with the Rev. Clifford Abbott
of Tallassee, Ala., conducting the
services. Rev. Abbott is pastor of
the First 'Methodist Church in Tal-
Mrs. Charles Brown, spiritual life
leader gave a talk on "Wellspring
of Joy". She concluded her talk
with a prayer s.Mrs. Gibson announ-
ced the meeting places for the cir-
cles as: Circle 1 would meet in the
home of Mrs. J. Lamar Miller; Cir-
cle 2 would meet in the home of
Mrs. Joe Johnson; Circle 3 in the
home of Mrs. C. L. Costin; Circle
4 would meet in the home of Mrs.
W. D. Jones. The meetings are
scheduled for next Monday, Febru-
ary 14, at 3 p.m.
First Baptist WMS Meets
For Business Session Mon.
The WMS of the First Baptist
Church met at the church Monday
for the regular business meeting.
The meeting opened by singing
,,Ye Must Be Born Again".
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols gave the de-
votional using scriptures from
During the business session
plans were made to serve punch
and cookies to the joint meeting of
the Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
G. A.'s Monday night.
The next meeting will be a mis-
sion study at the church with Mrs.
W. M. Chafin teaching two chap-
ters of the mission book.
ris, Faye iFleishel, Bob Smith, Eve-
lyn Boyette, Joe Adams, Gene Raf-
field, Jackie Davis, Rachael Wim-
berly, Martha Costin, Walter Wil-
der, Barbara Mitchell, Bobby Ward,
Sue Ann Lanier, Delores Chism,
Tony Barbee, Edward Smith, Phyl-
lis Lewis, Beverly Baldwin, Ray
Lapeyrouse, Gail Gill, Leonard Cos-
t!n, Diane Gilbert, student represen-
tatives from the various home
This on your printing is a sign of quality.
ANDI e.ch one of these men has the privilege of
;onvertirig his Gulf Life Term Insurance to regular
life insurance without examination upon payment of
additional premiums but at the rate he would have
paid at the time the Term Insurance was issued!
Term Insurance is NOT a cheap substitute for regu-
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^H of every dollar
g behind your
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A 7 is invested in
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which regular Gulf Life insurance can help protect your
family. To find out how Gulf Life Term Insurance
can complete your insurance plans, call him. There's
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For example, take Pontiac's distinctive
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Port St. Joe, Florida
Misery of ,.
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Business Men Use It Mr. C, 40, is educating his son out
/ f income. To guarantee that funds for his boy's complete schooling
will be available, no matter what, he has assumed a five-year Gulf
Life term insurance program for $7,500 that costs him only $5.63
So Do Professional Men Dr. A is 28 years old. He has
a family. He has just started practice and has bought $5,000 worth L
of equipment. To cover this liability and to give his family an ad-
ditional $30,000 protection, he has purchased a 10-year Gulf Life -h
term contract for $35,000 on which he pays only $18.90 a month. //i
Home Owners Find It Handy Thirty-two-
year-old Mr. B. has a mortgage on his home amounting
to some $12,000 with 20 years to go. With Gulf Life Mort-
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this liability for $5.40 a month and payable for only 18'
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by MARGIE ROGERS
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Player, Mr.
J. W. Player and Mr. and Mrs.
Grover Clark attended the funeral
of Sam Player in Columbus, Ga.,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rogers and
Mrs. Beatrice Revells motored to
DeFunlak Springs on Monday to
visit with the former's sister, Mrs.
Beulah Dockins. Mr. Rogers will
visit for a few days.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Clinton Cox and
sons Jimmy and Gene spent Sun-
day afternoon in Wewahitchka
with Stew Gree and sons Rodney
and J. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chestnut anid
son of Panama City spent the
week end with the former's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chestnut.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Davis spent
a fe wdays In Wewahitchka with
the former's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin and
children spent the week end in
Blountstown with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. "Both" Clemmons
spent last week end in Youngstown
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. George Burk, returned home
this week from New Orleans, La.,
where she was taking treatment
from a doctor.
We are sorry to say that Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have moved
Miss Bonnie Mims of Panama
City and Miss Nell Barfield of Al-
tha spent the week end with Mr.
FAMOUS LORIDIANS MEET ON TV.
Betty Skelton of Tampa, holder of the automotive world
record for women, and test driver for Dodge Motor Ca
greeted by Tommy Bartlett on his "Welcome Traveler"
Betty was presented with hundreds of boxes of cookies,
and Curtiss candy bars which she turned over to the c
polio ward at Tampa Municipal Hospital, her favorite
Tommy owns the famed Deer Ranch that bears his
Silver Springs. Both Tommy and Betty are giving mud
time and talent to the polio fight and "March of Dime
ONE MILLIONTH T
Installation in Governo
(rSouthern Bell proudly joins hands w
\! companies in commemorating the St
) stalled February 2 by the Southeastern
JLeRoy Collins' office in Tallahassee.
The new red-colored telephone, ma
'[ernor's office and appropriately inscri
'continuing expansion job done by the
late 1924, for example, there were onl
1948 ended with half a million in serve
doubled in little more than six years.
\,mere numbers but in what all these tel
We of the telephone industry are
with Florida. .
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHO0
and FLORIDA'S 22 INDEPEND
INTRA- l -i NEWS FROM
By HELEN NORRIS
By SONJIA BLOUNTu i ithre good ones.
Maybe some of you have read Wednesday Feb. 2, saw 11-AC
this article before, and wondered and 10-C play a hard game with the
just what the Intra-Mural Board is
and what we do. ,Besides planning
the class athletic activities we have
other projects to promote sports-
manship, and interest in school ac-
One of the most outstanding pro-
jects we have is presenting the
Babe Ruth sportsmanship award
every year to one boy and one
girl in high school who is outstand-
ing in good sportsmanship.
Banners are awarded to each
homeroom who wins a tournament.
These are placed in their home
room. These banners are awarded
after the football, the volleyball,
the basketball and the softball
tournament. At the end of the
year the board has a big beach par-
ty, and all teams who have won
a tournament are invited, plus the
faculty and the Intra-Mural board.
The officers 'of the Board are:
president, Ronnie Chism; vice-presi-
dent, Sonjia Blount; secretary, Eve-
lyn Boyette and treasurer, Patsy
Daniell. The other members of the
Board and the home rooms are:
12-A, Ronnie Chism and Shirley
Young; 12-B, Evelyn Boyette and
Harry Smith; 11-A, Owen Presnell;
final score 39-15. 11-AC favored.
11-AC had a total of 17 field goals
and five free throws. 10-B had a
total of five field goals and four
Owen Pressnell made 14 of 11-AC
points. John Pope had 10 points and
Gene Raffield sank four field goals.
Jackie Davis was close behind with
three field goals and one free
For 10-B, Jessie Strickland made
seven points. George Neal had three
points, and Louis Ray dropped in
one field goal. Glenn Ard and Ron-
nie Holsenback each had one point.
On Friday, Feb. 3, 11-B took on
9-A and beat them 38-21. Walter
Wilder racked up 14 'points for
11-B, and Charlie Smith had 11
points t ohis credit. W. L. Smith
had three field goals, Jimmy Mar-
low had five points and Oliver Har-
per put up two points.
On the losing team, Buddy Hud-
son was high pointer with 14 points.
Frank Fletcher rang two field goals
and David Tharpe had a field goal
and a free throw to his credit.
Last Monday the Senior boys
whipped 10-A by a small margin.
Harry Smith was the Senior point
Mrs. Beatrice Sharrod, teacher
of the primary girls at the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church gave
her Sunday School class a party
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at her
home on Woodward Ave. Several
games were played and then re-
freshments of cookies, candy and
ice cream were served to the fol-
lowing: Jerry and Linda Hill,
Elaine iSharrod, Karen Stripling,
Barbara Jo Young, Sarah Norris,
Lorene White, Linda Kay Webb,
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Marlyn Knight, Sharron Wilson, Mr. and. Mrs. Gene Ernest of
Mary Francis Porter, Glenda Bar- Panama 'City spent ,Sunday visit-
ton, arjorie Woodful, Judy Carter, ing with the latter's mother, Mrs.
and Diana iSharrod. Miss Helen Gay.
Norris assisted in serving. Each Mrs. Lois Jean Baxter left Wed-
one received a party favor. nesday for Texas where she will
Mrs. Johnny Dorch and children join her husband who is stationed
Ocie and Jack and Mr. and Mrs. in Amarillo, Texas.
James Simmons and son Ronnie of Mr. and Mrs. Willi-am Wilson
Chipley and Vernon were the week spent Sunday in Wewahitcchka via-
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Han- 'iting with friends and relatives.
sel Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanlon
Mr. and Mrs. Harr yPyrtzil and announce the engagement and ap-
sons David and Daniel of Pensa- proachig marriage of their daugh-
cola were the week end guests of Iter, Clovette to A-2C Earl L. Bur-
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. rows, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. Bur-
D. H. 'Shealy. rows of Shawnee, Oklahoma. The
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson re- event will be March 20.
turned home Saturday after spend- Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall
ing a couple of weeks in Enter- have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs.
prise, Ala., visiting with friends Carrol P. Stander and son, Wally
and relatives., of Michigan.
Planting time has come and almost gone for Azaleas
and especially Camellias. We have over 20,000
disease free plants to choose from, locally grown and
climatized and inspected by the State Plant Board for
your protection. Join the scores of satisfied custo-
mers. Save money and get better livability. Open
7 days a week for your convenience. All business
annreciated, large or small. Visitors always wel-
11-B, Patsy Daniell and Jimmy maker racking up nine points. Jer- = = r ,
Marlow; 11-C, Sonjia Blount and ry Phillips had a total of eight CD come. A member of Florida Nurserymen Growers
John Pope; 10-A, Carole Thompson 'points. Joe Adams had three points, CD
land Travis Jones; 10-B, Imago cue field goal, and one free shot. -. Association and American Camellia Society.
Crane and Jessie Strickland; 10-C Ronnie Chism was next with two
Jeanette Smith and Wilford Elliot; points. ->
9-A, Patricia -Spears and Ross Hud- For 10-A Travis Jones made five
son; 9-B, Carolyn Clark and Brow- points. Freddy Owens, Blair Shu- CD
ard Wood; 9-C, Elaine Musselwhite ford, Jerry Buchart and Billy Mc-
and Terry Hinote. P Keithan each had three points.
These members :are elected by; This game ended, Seniors 22, 10-A WEWAHITCHKA FLORIDA
their homerooms to represent '17. WEWAHITHKA, FLORIDA
them on the Board. On West Side of Hi-Way 71 Across from High School
Coach Craig is sponsoring thisO
d's speed club, and is really in 'back of the A verlti:ing doesn't cost-it pays -.-...-. '.-.--.--. .-.
ar Co., is kid's to have a good one. D --. -
program. GAMES PLAYED-- ...... lllRIDA
children's In the games played since the S
charity, first of February there have been "- -- For
name at -
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AGEEIH TESAPRLIA0 1
by WIN PENDLETON
FUNERAL ORATION A rum-
or died this week in Washington.
We were there when it drew its
last breath. Today, we intend to
help bury it. This is a sort of "Mark
Antony"-this is the last word (we
hope) that we will have to say
about it. George 'Smathers will (re-
peat will) run again. The rumor
has persisted for more than a year
that he would not. Most of that
time we listened with a sceptical
ear and commented that he was
bound to run. We said that he
didn't start the story and he had
0 worked too hard for the job, just tary of the 'Senate's private dining
to give It up. But, others here knew
that he really meant it. As time
went on, we talked to several of his
close friends--people he had pour-
ed his heart out to-people he had
told that he was getting out. The
reasons weren't too clear. One guess
had his poor health as the reason.
And George isn't well. Another put
the blame on his wife-saying she
didn't like living in Washington-
some truth in that. apparently. Oth-
ers said he had an important, high
salaried job lined up-and it seems
that there had been some sort of
offers. But, now, those things are
behind him-they are being buried.
This past week he held a press
luncheon-the first we have ever
heard of him putting on. All of the
newsmen who cover Florida were
present. It was held in the Secre-
in the Grand K"1uI!
When Napoleon called for refreshment, he meant hot chocolate, his
favorite brew. And the little general liked it very hot, very smooth,
medium sweet, and teasingly spiced with a stick of cinnamon candy!
Inspired by Napoleon, the whole of Europe took to hot chocolate in
the 18th century, and the chocolate pot was the symbol of gracious
entertaining straight down to the turn of the 20th century.
Steaming cups of hot chocolate are still a gracious and luscious
refreshment for young and old. And there's no trick nowadays to pre-
paring a chocolate cup suitable for the great Napc!'-n himself-just
right for mid-morning, afternoon, or evening party iiocolate dri ::,
just as it comes f;-cm dairy delivery or the corner s!c i?, is ready to be
he:tc'J at a mormcnt notice. It's smooth, chocolate, full-flavored.
For the Napolcon touc!h-a wonderfully delicious and unusual flavor
-serve a small dish of vari-flavored candy sticks with the cups of
c: ::cclate, so that each guest may add his favorite flavor to the cup.
Canamon, -':-rin:t. L;::-3n, orange, sassafras, taffy-any i
e *nt of cr,-.y stik:.s lnsi piquant flavor and delight to this gracious
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For many huLndred
years after Christ's
was only one church
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be mixed up in any campaign next
time-we'll just write about it. So .
-this we can say about him. Hei
room in the ,Capitol. Before we had
picked up our forks to eat, Rad
Mobley, of the Miami Herald, dean
of the Florida newsmen here, and
one of Washington's most capable
writers, asked the blunt question,
"Are you going to run?" The answer
was the same which he has given
for weeks-a vague side-step- But,
the tip-off to all 'present was the
announcement that this was the
first of several regular weekly "get
together" news conferences. It
started all of us to digging.
First, to one of the men who is
closest to the Senator. He said,
"Confidentially ." 'We said "no,
thank's, no confidential neys-we
want something we can print." But
that was a hint-and after that it
was no trouble. Before the day was
over we "had talked to a long list
of people-some he had spoken to
about it. 'By the time this is read,
the (Senator probably has made a
public statement about it. But, even
if he hasn't-one thing is 'sure-he'll
run in 1956. And this is a good thing
for Florida. We were not numbered
among his boosters last time-we
are now. As a newsman we won't
Scouts Appoint A
New Field Exec.
Edward Lloyd Wells, a resident
of Pensacola since 1938, has ,been
selected and approved to serve as
Field Executive of the White Sands
District of the Gulf Coast 'Council
of the Boy 'Scouts of America.
According to Council President,
has grown u'p mighty fast. 'Senators
George and Russell and Johnson
and more than a dozen more think
be is the outstanding young man
in the 'Senate today. Proof of this
is the special assignments they
have thrown his way.
Anyway, rumors are sometimes
fun-they are something to write
about-ibut I'm glad this one is dead
'HALL OF FAME-Dazzy Vance
was named to Baseball's Hall of
Fame. Hhe famed right-hander who
pitched his "fireball" in the 20's
and 30's now lives at Hommosassa
'Springs. He is an old friend of Sen-
ator Holland who wrote him, "I
congratulate you warmly-I would
bate to have you pitching to me
just now-am sure the old fireball
would be zipping in.
No gasoline-no,not a single one-
has higher octane than
but octane alone
is not enough...
%- That's why new Super-Refined Gulf NO-NOX
t. is specially made to burn clean-to protect
your engine-to give you thousands of extra
miles of full engine power.
Fill up with new Super-Refined Gulf NO-NOX and feel
the difference, right from the start, in full engine power
-that lasts! You'll get:
S* More complete engine protection than with so-
This lamp is burning called "miracle-additive" gasolines.
NEW SUPER-REFINED Extra gas mileage in the short-trip, stop-and-go driv-
GULF NO-NOX, the ing motorists do most.
clean-burning super-fuel Stall-proof smoothness instant starts... fast,
SI0 n fuel-saving warm-up.
No knock, no pre-ignition-even in today's high-
This is GULF'S PLEDGE to the motoring public
We at Gulf make this promise to America's finest in power, in performance, in engine
motorists. We will not permit a single compet- protection.
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It is our sincere belief that No-Nox is the by the resources-and the integrity--of the
finest gasoline on the market today, and no mat- Gulf Oil Corporation.
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Always remember: Octane alone isnot enough.
Only a gasoline that burns clean can make its
full octane power really work for you mile
That's why, instead of trying to fight harmful
deposits with so-called "miracle additives"-
inside your engine-Gulf believes in prevent-
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moves the cause-the "dirty-burning tail-
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you new NO-NOX.
Just look at the plates in the photo above,
and see what a difference Gulf super-refining
New 1955 GULF NO.NOX
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C. R. WITHERSPOON, Distributor
Francis W. Taylor, Wells will at- I
tend the 178th National Training
School for Scout Executives begin-
ning February 22. The school is lo-
cated on the Schiff Reservation at
Mandham New Jersey.
Mr. Wells first entered Scouting
in this Council in 1939 as a Boy
Scout in Troop 1 of Ferry Pass,
where he attained the rank of Ea-
in 1949, 1950 and 1952. He became
Scoutmaster of Troop 16 in 1952.
A graduate of Pensacola High
School in 1943, Wells served with
the 87th Infantry Division in Ger-
many during World War II, attain-
ing the ran kof 'Sergeant. He re-
ceied a Batchelor of Architecture
Degree and a Batchelor of Fine Art
Degree from the University of
Florida in Gainesville.
Scout Executie Joe L. Ballenger
indicated the employment of Wells
as an additional Executive will meet
a need that has existed for some
time due to the growth and expan-
sion of the iScouting Program dur-
dng the past year in the White Sands
District. He -concluded, "This is
another benefit of the successful
drive of The Greater Pensacola
THE STAR, PORT ST. JOE, GULF COUNTY. FLORIDA
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1955
Il-Ill~ld II ~ I
GULF OIL PRODUCTS
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Our Valentine Greetts To You
These Bushels of Food Savings
1 Lb. Sunnyland
and One Dozen
U. S. Government Graded
satisfy the t zi@ pnFViu!l-: r ": 7 .;1
Cvk -4GC4aS k.4
SS G PINK ALASKA SHOW BOAT
U. S. Good
Lean and Meaty
45 u U A IR
LIMIT ONE WITH
Ro-Tel Lb. Can
White Acre Peas 18c
3 Lb. Can
Armour Star 2
Gravy and Beef
Ajax, Bab-O, Old Dutch
89c Fab, Tide, Cheer
24 Oz. Can
20 Oz. Can
18 Oz. Box
box 19c MILK
Del Monte Cream Style 2 for
CORN 2 for 33c
Leko No. 2V2 Can
Sweet Potatoes 20C
doz. 10c SPINACH
rFesh No. 1
lb. 19c TOMATOES
Full Selection of Frozen [06ds
6 oz. can 10c
4 for 98c
,... %",\ None Better
i. .16 oz. jar 33c
In A Tumbler
11 oz. 33c
DANIELL'S I T 1A
Port St. Joe
We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities
'iipiUIC i 90
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l~e iI r- --'Law, PBERNIEt
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U. S. NO. 1
CLASSIFIED ADS HELP WANTED
L ir A LONESOME COUPLE hope Santi
*Ov .owww .. brings a baby. Good home, nurse;
O RENT Strictly confidential. Will pay hos-
FOR RENT: Furnished bedroom pital bil)s. Apply trailer space 38,
and apartments. Private baths Wee Don & Doris Trailer Park, Pan.
David's Motel and Apartments, 202 ama City, or write box 96, St. An-
Monument Ave. _4tp drews, 4Mp-12-22
?FOR RENT: Wimico Lodge has
nice faraished oae and two bed- SPARE TIME JOB for men and
toom apartments. All new equip- women. $10 daily booking orders
ment. Phone 9102. Reasonable. t tfor Scotch-lite NAME PLATES
That SHINE at NITE for top of
FOR RENT: Furnished house on rural mail boxes also house num-
Hiway 98. Phone 178 or 437. bers and door plates-Unlimited
FOR RENT 2 furnished a field-No sales experience or in-
FOR RENT: 2 furnish Shetreet.d apart- vestment required-Pleasant inter-
ments. 228 8th Street. ltp eating work that pays big profits
FOR RENT: Apartments. Corner -Ideal for retired persons on pen-
of 4th and Woodward. Mrs. Shef- sion or fund raising organizations.
field. 2tp Free sales outfit. Illuminated Sign
d.2 --...-- Co. 3004-1st Ave. S. Minneapolis,
FOR SALE Minn. 2-10-3t
FOR SALE: Rexaire Vacuum clean- WANTED AT ONCE men to sell
er. Slightly used. Perfect condi-I consumers' everyday household
tion. Phone 48. 2tc necessities under our factory-to-
home plan. Full or part time in
FOR SALE: 14-ft. center deck "Cen- Gulf or Franklin County. Earnings
tury" 'boat, $150. 14-ft. "old based on Sales. Write Rawleigh's,
town" sail boat, complete, $135. Dept. FAB-101-728, Memphis, Tenn.
Call 139-J. Itp ---.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet, 4-dr.
Bel Air, V-8 engine, with Power- MASONIC TEMPLE F. & A. M.-
glide, radio, heater, ww tires, pow- Por. St. Joe Lodge 111 Regular
er steering, power brakes, gold col- meetings 2nd and 4th Fri
or. Only 2,000 miles. Five hundreC' days each month, 8:00 p. m.
dollars discount if no trade-in. Gar- I Members urged to attend;
raway Chevrolwet Co. visiting brothers welcome. W. L.
Jordan, W. M.; R. H. Trawick,
FOR SALE: Thirteen acres of land secretary.
at Simmons Bayou, highway 98
bisects property. Only $2,000.00.
FOR SALE: Furnished duplex apar- WILLIS V. ROWAN P,OST 115,
tment in good neighborhood. THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
monthly income $95.00. Price $4500. ing first and third Monday nights
$2,500 down and balance on small 800 p.m., American Legion Home
monthly payments. R. A. M.-Hegular convocation of
FRANK HANNO~zj St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
Registered Real Estatt broker V., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit
211 Reid Ave. Phone 61 ng companions welcome. J. B.
1riffith, II, High Priest; H. R.
FOR SALE: Large Frogil circulat- dalge, secretary.
ing oil heater, porcelain finish. LOYAL ORDER
Good condition. Call 165. 2tp LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE PA
FOR SALE: 3,bedroom house in Meeting night ev
Wewahitchka. Across from We- ery other Monday
wa Washeteria. Contact Earnest Meetings at Moos .
Cassidy at house. 2tp Hall, 310 Fourth St
I M~ STR. Rib I5L 7I8h CUI. C0f4 *L Chc~~p PLOAII 'Pk~- ftIDV KR-A M
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 0, pITM N M s Br n a
0. F,-Meets first and third ChUr UITY EWS
days, 7:30p.m. In Masonio Hall, All: I Mr. nd Mrs. H, T. Brinsoii pett.
members urged to attend; vsialting by MRS. GEORGE HARPER | the week end in Bainbrld);f Ga,
retiren invited, R. E. Williams,' Mr. and Mrs. R, H, Brinsoni isited
h. G. H. H. Shirley, V. G. Bill Car- I M a Mrs. B H ino -e
-111, Secreary". ------ with Mrs, Brilgion's mother, Mrs.
,-l, Secretary. Jesse HIardy, USN i. stationed on A. N. Hester Who is a patient in
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of board the U'SS Turner out of New the Riverside Hospital il Bain,
St. Joseph Chapter No. 5, R. A, York and Rhode Island to Cuba. 'bridge. Mr. and Mrs. H. T, Brin-
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- We regret that Mrs. Harold Cha- son were th6 guests of Mrs. Brin-
Ing companions welcome. Jimmy fin has been confined in the Mu- son's brother, Mr, and Mrs. C. A.
Greer, High Priest; H. R. Maige, nicipal Hospital. We wish her a Cook.
secretary., speedy recovery. -k
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Owens of the JACK EPPS WILL SPEAK
SPECIAL SERVICES Wimico Trailer Park, made a re- AT PANAMA CITY CHURCH
cent trip to Tampa, St. Petersburg,
NEED V OKey West from which they flew to Rev. Jack'Epps, secretary of the
Cuba for several days. They made United Florida Drys will speak to
RADIO SERVICE? ithe return trip by way of the East the Baptist WMU of the North-
For a quick, expert check-up Coast. west Coast Association Tuesday,
of your set's performance (no George H. Harper, Jr., USN re- February 15 at 8 p.m. in the First
matter what the make Call ceived his A-C ating January 1, Baptist Church in Panama City.
us. We offer free prompt pick- and has been transferred to Sani Everyone is invited.
up and delivery service. All Diego, Calif. His new address is: E
George H. Harper, Jr., AD2, 969-86- Following the message, all auxil-
work and parts guaranteed. 03, NAS Miramar, U61, Airframes iTries wmill have rate coun..
TV ANTENNAS INSTALLED Div., San Diego 45, Cailif. Upon ar-i and conclave meetings.
PHONE 2413 riving he saw John Young, son of
+ '-+'4- -s0 -4,' Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Young. The
Keys Made While You Wait two entered the Navy together.
35c EACH Mrs. Lola LeGrone is home af- '.
Bicycle Repali.'ng All Makes ter spending several days in the L l
Municipal Hospital recovering from
Reel Parts and Repairs the flu. She is still confined to her
WESTERN AUTO home.
STOP AND SWAP-HeadquarterS Mrs. R. L. Smith and baby, Mur-
for your used furniture and ap ray, spent a week in Wewahitchka
pliances. 213 Reid Avenue, Phone as the guests of her parents, Mr.
291. WE BUY AND SELL. tfc and Mrs. Hubby Helms.
IECEIPT BOOKS: Small books of E / '
duplicate receipts and books of METHODIST MEN'S CLUB
our receipts to the page. The Star. WILL MEET TUESDAY Y'
Methodist Plan Revlval
Srlei To Begin feb, 20
A revival will begid Sunday,
February 20 at the 11 o'clbk set-
Vices at the First Methodist Church
With the Rev. Clifford Ablbott of
the First Methodist Church of Tl-.
lassee, Ala., conducting the sert
Rev, Abbott is a leading minis-
ter in the Alabama Conference
and an outstanding young peoples'
Rev Fred Davis, pastor, stated
that the hours for the remaining
services would be announced next
One of the natural characteristics
of cranberry jelly and other tari
fruit jelly is to "weep" after the
mold is cut. To prevent this, place
cranberry jelly in smaller molds
so that all of it will be used up at
one meal. Then none will be left
to stand and "weep."
FOR RENT: Furnished cottages at
St. Joe Beach. Rate by week or
month. Special rates for perman
ent tenants. Anderson Cottages.
TRADE AT HOME
Sad The Srta to a friend.
The Methodist Men's Club will!
meet on this coming Tuesday eve-
ning, February 15, at 7:30 p.m. in
the social room of the First Me
thodist Church. Dr. Louis Atkins of
Blountstown, will 'be the main,
speaker. He will present a fine pro-
gram which will be of interest to
all of the men. The dinner will be
served by the ladies of the church.
All of the men of the town and
surrounding areas are cordially in-
vited to attend.
FOUR FOREST FIRES ARE
RECORDED IN JANUARY
Gulf County fire records show
that there were four forest fires
in January, 1954 burning 7.6 acres
of forest land, compared with Jan-
uary, 1955 in which five fires were
recorded, burning a total of 135
acres. An increase of one fire, and
124.4 more acres than burned in
1954, according to J. H. Pope, coun-
ty dispatcher with the Florida For-
601 Long Avent
I OAR0 OP THANKS
thakftik 4 all who have beesn A
kind tild -geterons of theit timd
during the redelit 1g liirieta of m"
husband. I especially wish to thazit
the doctors and nurses for thbei
vigilanco wheni it was needed most.
You have been wonderful,
May God bless eaeh of you.
MRRS,. 1, L. HOBAUGH
To prevent ironing from drying
out when you don't complete as
much as you have sprinkled, I have
several suggestions for you. Pur-
chase a plastic pillow cover thai
will allow-room for a large family's
Ironing. You will find that you will
use less moisture for your clothes if
they are wrapped in plastic and that
they will not dry out as much while
waiting to be ironed. When you have
a few pieces left over or pieces
that are hard to iron, place them in
refrigerator. They will not dry out
and due to the coldness they will lbs
much easier to iron
ment -Just Received
WO Id-F$ou TIRES
S. Yes, We Bought an Entire
Truckload of Brand New,
S 0Factory-Fresh Firtone Tires
and We're Passing the Savings
on to Our CustomersI Never
Before Such Sensational Low
Prices on the World's Finest
4 ; For A Great New Tire...
Not Retreads, Not Seconds, but Full-Size
Virestont Champion Tires
7 5 6.00-16 Plus Tax
If Your Old Tire
ALSO PLUSe A
Bs1IF YOUR OLD
PRICED TIRE IS
McGill Refrigeration Serv.
1311 Long Phone 146-J, 478-J
lete Hae Furnishings., OE
With 2-Car Garage
Please give all details in first
letter stating rent, location
and number of rooms.
P. 0. Box 1522
Pensacola, Florida 3tp
WHILE THEY LAST...
OW. mN W lrna %AMa
- a - a -
SIZE NO TRADE- TRADE-IN
IN PRICE" PRICE'
6.00-16 $22.20 $16.65
6.50-16 27.30 20.48
6.40-15 23.20 17.40
6.70-15 24.35 18.26
7.10-15 26.95 20.21
7.60-15 29.45 22.09
8.00-15 32.40 24.30
8.20-15 33.75 25.31
SIZI NO TRADE- IRADE-IN
IN PRICE" PRICE'
Other mizes proportionately low
the Original Equipment
Tire on '54 Cars 5
ON YOllD Rin TIRFC
VIIIU UWn WW16V EI'hW
PIus tax and your present recappablireI,. Pl-... Tosx
Firestone H~ome &Auto SHppIY Store
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ElUANT I ICLoS-OUT SA.LE 1
Tirestone DELUXE CHAMPIONS
i MIL STA~i P~OaI AI'"LJodi luF COUNtv, Pl.$RIOA
B. W. EELLS, Owner
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
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