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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: February 25, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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l HE STAR


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


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

TWENTY-THIRD YEAR 2ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 NUMBER 22


ELEMENTARY PTA PAST PRESIDENTS-Pictured above are part of the past Presidents of the Ele-
.menetary School P-TA. They are, front row, left to right, Mrs. Rush Chism, Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mrs
Ralph Swatts, Mrs. Burt Hampton, Mrs Roy Gibson, Sr., and Mrs. W D Jones. Back row, left to right,
Paul Fensom. Otis Pyle, Bob Ellzey, and Mrs. Cawthon Williams. Mrs. Williams is a past president of
the Highland View PTA and Mrs. Hampton, the High School PTA. (Star photo)


Elementary P- A




Honors Founders


Past presidents of the Elemen-
tary PTA were honored last Thurs-
day night at -the annual Founder's
Day program of the PTA.
Rev. C Byron Smith, pastor of
the First Baptist Church gave the
devotional in which he charged the
church, the school and the parents
with raising our children into re-
sponsible citizens. "It is-up t9 the
schools to provide the methods of
teaching the child to use his intelli-
gence. The church and parents
must supply the teaching of wis-
dom. Both are necessary for -the
making of a good citizen."
Mrs. Myrtice Chason entertained
the group with a solo and the Ele-
mentary Glee Club, under the di-
rection of Miss McIntosh presented
a musical program.
Jack Mahon, program chairman
for :the evening introduced the past
presidents of the organization and
introduced Superintendent of Pub-
lic Instruction, Thomas A. Owens
who introduced the speaker, Dr.
Clifford G Hale of Florida State
University.
Dr. Hale presented a very inter-
esting talk comparing our school
system with those -of Europe and
Russia. He classed our schools as
a ladder in which a student goes
up in his education, step by step,
for as long as wants. In Europe,
each child receives the equivalent
of an elementary education and
then is channeled in the 'direction
he .seems best suited for by the
state. If he is below a certain scho-
lastic level he is dropped from for-
mal schooling and taught a trade.
In Russia the student is given a
goal of certain knowledge he should
obtain. Then his entire education
is based around teaching :him the
answers to certain questions he
,should know. "This is why Rus-
sian students fare so well as a re-
sult of their education", said Dr.
Hale.
In this foreign educational idea


Sharks Drub Gators

In Last Home Game

Port S Joe's Sharks ran up
their highest score -of the season
here Tuesday night as they dumped
Wewahitchka 73-46.
Three Port St. Joe players hit in
double figures as the rampaging
Sharks routed the visiting Gators.
David Musselwhite led the scoring
with 24 points followed by Buddy
vWard and Jimmy Wilder with 14
and 13, respectively.
Other players adding to the ef-
fort were Bob Munn, 7, Jimmy Daw-
son 7, Glenn Alligood 2 and Willie
Daniell 6.
The Baby Sharks dropped We-
wa's jayvee squad, 30-0 in the pre-
.liminary match.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe -----........ 14 19 19 21:--73
Wewahitchka .-....... 9 11 6 20-46
The Sharks go to Carrabelle to-
morrow night for their last sche-
duled game of the season.


of teaching toward a certain goal,
a student receives no schooling oth-
er *than those pertaining to their
vocations. Thus they are well
taught in their subject, but they
do not have a well-rounded educa-
tion.
Dr. Hale said, "While I do not
admire the Russian or European
methods of education, I do admire
the Russians energy in supporting
their schools. Everything in their
schools is the best obtainable."
The Doctor said that if America
were -to ,put forth the energy to
our educational system exhibited
by Russia, "not a nation could
touch our finished product."


Sharit Off To

Washington To

Collect His $3.00

Mayor J. L. Sharit left for
Washington, D. C, yesterday
morning for business reasons
While in Washington, the May-
or will try and collect on a $3.00
check he has carried from the
U. S. Treasury since April 13,
1925. The check was to pay the
Mayor for World War I adjusted
compensation.
With tongue in cheek (we
think), Sharit said "the Govern-
ment is giving so much money
away and going so far in debt,
I thought I had better convert
this check to cash while they still
have the money."

Church Attendance

For February 21
CHURCH of the NAZARENE
Sunday School 32
Worship Services 52
WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School 116
Training Union 71
,Worship Services ----------181
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Sunday School 229
Young People 30
Christian Cadets 89
Worship Services -------.... 269
FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School 24
Worship Services -..--- .---- 55
HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
Sunday School 46
Evening Fellowship ---------27
Worship Services .. 91
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School 173
Training Union 94
Worship Services ----------291
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 293
Training Union 140
Worship Services --..-...--.....-----.. 520
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Sunday School 24
Worship Services 58
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
qundav qeliooi 1 62


Ted Cannon To Head

Red Cross Fund Drive


Alliance Show

Will Open For

Two Night Stand

The electrical appliance dealers
of Port St. Joe are sponsoring their
second annual electrical appliance
show tonight and tomorrow night
at the STAC House on Eighth
Street in Forrest Park. The show
will be held from 7:30 to 9:00 pm
tonight and tomorrow.
Featured in the show will be the
latest in electrical appliances
shown by the St. Joe Furniture and
Appliance Co., Modern Furniture
Co., Roche Appliance Store, Ken-
nedy Electric and Refrigeration
Service, Danley Furniture Co, and
Florida Power Corp.
A special attraction of the
show will be a demonstration of
electric heating systems for the
home.
Everyone is invited to attend. Ev-
erything is free and many free
prizes will be given away. The
grand prize, to be given away onI
Friday night, will be a Zenith
stereo record player, completely
equipped. Prizes will be 'given away
both nights of the show.
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Post Ovffice Will Bein



Movn his Week nd


Sharks To Enter

Tourney Wednesday

Smarting from a one point defeat
at the hands of the Marianna Bull-
dogs in the -opening game of the
Northwest F lo rida Conference
Tournament, the Port St. Joe
Sharks will 'go into the Group I,
Class A District Tournament in
DeFuniak Springs next Wednesday
night. The tournament will run
from March 2 through March 5.
The Sharks will go against Jay
at 9:30 ipm, EST, Wednesday night.
Seeded in the tournament are:
Marianna, first; Chipley, second;
Catholic, third and Milton, fourth.
Admission to all tournament
games will be $1.00 for adults and
50c for students.


Doyle Carlton Will


City Levies For

Paving Job

In a special -meeting Tuesday
night, the City of Port St. Joe ap-
.proved liens against property in the
area of the Municipal Hospital for
paving ;purposes. The ;paving was
installed 'and the costs levied
on a pro-rata share against lots ad-
joining the paving.
Objections to the action were
heard from Williston Chason and
Ed Ramsey, both of whom own lots
in the area. Chason said that he
felt the charge should not be levied
because he had already a paveCd
road to his lots (20th St.). Ramsev
said he thought he should be as-
sessed only a third of. the cost,
with the City bearing one third
the expense and the'lot across from


Open In New

Location Monday

Postmaster Chauncy Costin told
The Star yesterday afternoon that
the Port St. Joe Post Office would
move into its new building this
week end.
Costin said that while no defin-
ite time-table had been worked out
as -yet, the office would probably
be in the process of moving Sat-
urday afternoon and Sunday with
hbe Post Office opening for busi-
ness in the new building on Mon-
day morning.
'Costin said that mail would con-
tinue to be handled in the old 'build-
ing until Monday.
According :to Costin, most box
holders will have the same num-
ber as in the old office. The new
building has new boxes, but most
numbers on corresponding box


TedCannon was named fund Seniors To Present Visit Here Today m bearing the other third sizes are the same. There areom
~~~uTed Cannon was named fund 's h Vishit Here oay e Commission pointed out that differences. Costin said that the
raising chairman by the Red Cross Show Sunday, Monday Doyle Carlton, Jr., candidate for hearing had been held as to the new boxes will be combination for
executive committee in a meeting Governor will be In Port St. Joe manner of the assessments and the the smaller sizes and the large
held yesterday afternoon. Tickets are now on sale by mem- today at 10:00 am, at the City Cafe. Board must go along with what drawers will be operated by a key
to het underwa on M drch w h bers of the Senior class for the He is coming to Port St. Joe to it had planned, sinc it had com- Costin said that box holders could
a kick-off breakfast. Goal for his showing of "Goliath and the Bar- meet with his campaign workers plied with the law. report to the new Post Office build.

year has been set at $2,000 00 for barians", showing Sunday and and all those interested in his can- -ing Monday and be shown their
Gulf County. Cannon promises a 0Monday at the Port Theatre. didacy. Returns Home new box and new combination.
lively campaign and he' expressed Admission will be 50c plus 25c Operating the Carlton .campaign The new ..office wil have bou
confidence thatt the Red Cross will donation to the senior class for in Gulf County will be Frank Pate, I Mrs. Bunny Zeigler returned to twice the number of boxes now
exceed their goal as has beacn the adults and 25c 'plus 10c donation chairman; Kenneth Whitfield, trea- nher home in Portsmouth, Va., after available for public use. Costin
experienced in past years. for children, surer and Mrs. Myrtle Odom, chair- spending the past 10 days here with said that in the past demand for
___- Tickets .may be purchased from man of the Women for Carlton or- other parents, Mr. and Mrs. J C. Mar- boxes has far exceeded the number
Cancer Workers ttend any member of the Senior class. ganization. tin. available.
Cancer Workers Attend

Pre-Crusade Meeting of Candidates Announce for Office

Representatives of the American
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Florida .counties attended a p.'e-
crusade meeting in Panama City
Monday at 2:00 pm, in tho Dixie
Sherman Hotel. Jess Speideil, IT,
vice-president of the American Can-
cre Society, Inc., from ,the New
York office was the guest speaker.
Representing the Gulf County
Unit were Mrs. Herbert Brown,
Gulf County Chairman; Martin
Begley, Gulf County Co-chairman;
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Canning, alr.
and Mrs. Ed Bandjough, Mr. and
Mrs. Fletcher Patterson, Mrs. Ruby
Gilbert.,
Mrs. Canning is the Crusade
Chairman for Wewahitchka.


Lions Club Talent

Show Set Tonight
The Port St. Joe Lions Club will
'produce its annual talent show to-
night at 8:00 pm, at the Elementary
School Auditorium.
T'he show is under the direction
of John Simpson.
Admission to the show is $1.00
and 50c. All proceeds will go to
the Lions Club work in youth ac-
tivities.
Featured on the show will be
vocals, group singing, instrumen-
tals, and many other forms of en-
toetainment brought to you by lo-
cal talent.


Cancer Society Selling
Spaghetti Suppers
The American Cancer Society,
Gulf County Unit, will sponsor a
spaghetti supper Tuesday night,
March 1 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. at
the High School Lunchroom. Her-
man Dean is chairman and Sidney
Brown has charge of the ticket
sales. Plate prices will be $1.00 for
adults and children. Other interest-
ing events will be .announced by
Mrs. Jane Lapeyrouse, special
events chairman ,of the local can-
cer unit.

Chitterling Eaters Will
Gobble Guts Friday

The Port St. Joe Chitterling Eat-
ers Club will meet tomorrow night
at 7:30 pm, at the Seafarer Cafe
to indulge in their favorite pastime
-eating chitterlings.
All members and lovers of the
best part of the hog are urged to


M Y F 23 be present and bring along the
Worship Services ......-----............--. 273 family.


Costin Announces re-election, Costin said: "I feel that Thomas A. Owens
For Representative iny record for legislation in behalf Out For 6th Try
of the people of Gulf County is a
Representative Cecil G. Costin, good record, and if I am re-elected, Superintendent Thomas A. Owens
Jr., filed wtih the Secretary of C t wcl retecopl seO is announcing his candidacy for re-
Jr, -filed wtih the Secretary of County -that I will continue to serve
,State this week for re-election as their interests as their representa- election to the position h e has held
Gulf County's Representative to tive to the best of 'my 'ability." for 20 years-Superintendent of
the State Legislature Public Instruction for Gulf County.
Costin is a lifelong resident of Although he is only 53 years old,
SGulf County and a :practicing 'at- Core Up For Return Trip he is the oldest Superintendent, not
torney. He is City Attorney of As Clerk of Circuit Court in years, but in continuous service
Port St. Joe and served as County in the State of Florida. He is a na-
iAttorney for Gulf .County from George Y. Core announced this live Floridian and his family has
11948 until his election as State week that he will be a candidate, been residents of Gulf County since
'Representative. to succeed himself in the Democra- 1913. He received his education in
He is a member of the First tic primaries in May. the public schools of Gadsden Coun-
Baptist 'Church Port St. Joe, a Ma- In making .his announcement, ty, .and graduated from the Univer-
son and .several' civic and fraternal Core said that he "sincerely ap- sity of Florida, where he is a rmem-
organizations in the City. He is a preciated the trust placed in me in ber of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and
member of the Gulf County Demo- the past by the people of Gulf Florida Blue Key National Honor
cratic. Executive Committee, past County, and I will continue to hon- Society. After graduation he taught
President of the Port St. Joe Cham- or this trust by trying to be the in the schools of Pinellas, Duval
ber of Comme'ce and past presi- best Circuit Court Clerk in. the and Gulf Counties before being
dent of the 14th Judicial Circuit State. As many of you know, I have elected Superintendent of Gulf
Bar Association. worked long and hard to improve County in 1940. He is a member of
Costin served as a member of the the services -of the Clerk's office St. James Episcopal Church and
Legislature from Gulf County dur- for the "public, and to improve the Masonic Lodge, No. 111. He is a
ing the 1953, '55, '57 and '59 ses- methods of keeping 'public records. Past President of the Florida Sup-
sions, and is a member .of the im- Much has been accomplished -along erintendent's Association, and is
portant Constitution Amend'ments these lines since my tenure of ser- President of the West Florida Sup-
Committee which is seeking to cre vice in the Clerk's Office." erintendent's Association, holding
ate a senatorial district comprising Core has 'been singled out on a that position since it was organized
Gulf and Calhoun Counties. He has number of occasions by State and in 1949. He was honored with a life
served as Chairman of the impor- Federal Government officials for membership in the Florida Athletic
tan't County and Municipal Govern- his outstanding record of accom- Coaches Association in 1952. He is
ment Committee. plish.ment as a Circuit Court 'Clerk a member of the Florida Education
Representative Costin was 'the and as a County Recorder. Association and the American As-
author and sponsor of the bill pro- Core is and always has been ac- sociation of School Administrators.
viding for .the Dead Lakes Water tive in church and civic affairs. Superintendent Owens is married
Management District comprising He is serving his fourth year as and has one son, Captain Thomas
Gulf and Calhoun Counties and was teacher of the adult Sunday School A. Owens, Jr., United States Air
the sponsor of the bill providing class of the First Mehtodist Church Force.
for a State 'appropriation to con- in Wewahitchka. He is a Mason, -a Owens says, "I am exceedingly
struct -the Dam on the Dead Lakes. Shriner, Odd Fellow, Rebekah, Eas- proud of the schools of Gulf Coun-
He was th'e sponsor .of the bill tern Star, Rotarian and American ty and of my record, and I am ask-
that provided a State appropriation Legion member. ing the people of Gulf County to
to make .an industrial survey of the Core was elected to office in allow .me to continue( 'to work for
Apalachicola River Basin and Gulf 1948. After the election, Mr. Joe the progress of our schools."
"County Intracoastal Canal for the Hunter,- the incumbent who had -
puropose of providing potential in- not sought re-election (and who Asked for a pre-qualifying state-
dcustrial prospects with the natural was, incidentally, Gulf County's ment, Parker said 'that he is "deep-
and physical resources available In first Clerk of Circuit Court), retir- ly grateful for being permitted to
this area. This survey is currently .ed. Governor Caldwell 'appointed serve you as your sheriff for the
being used by the Florida Develop- Core to finish the remainder of past years."
,ment Commission. Hunter's term. Core is rounding out "I have worked honestly and
Rep. Costin was the 'administra his third consecutive term in office. tirelessly," he said "to make our
tion floor leader for the bill to re- He was returned to office unop- county a better place to live and
move Sheriffs and certain law en- posed for -the 1952-1956 and the bring up our children. During my
forcement officers from the anti- 1956-1960 terms. time in office, it has been my 'en-
quated fee system as a method for -- deavor to so conduct the office as
compensating them for their ser- to justify the confidence and re-
vices in the State and placing them Parker Seeks Another aspect of all the people. I have never
on a salary basis. Term As Sheriff used .the power of the office to con-
Costin was one of the floor lead- -demn anyone."
ers for the Florida Federation of This week Sheriff Byrd Parker Based on this record in office,
Labor in securing passage of bill, made known his intention of being the Sheriff related that he wi-ll be
by this organization. a candidate for renomination to the a candidate for renomination, sub-
In announcing his candidacy for office of Sheriff of Gulf County. ject 'to the May primaries.


THOMAS A. OWENS

L. Woods Announces
For County Commission

L. Woods of Highland View this
week announced his candidacy for
the office ofa County Commission-
er from District Three.
Woods -said that he believes that
he can give fair representation and
good, honest government to all the
county as well as his own district.
Woods has lived in Gulf County
for 34 years.
Woods is running for the posi-
tion now held by incumbent G. S.
Croxton.

Leo Kennedy To Try
For Commission Post

Leo Kennedy, local electrical ap'
pliance dealer, this week announced
his candidacy for County Commis-
sioner from District Five. Kennedy
has lived in Port St. Joe since 1925.
Kennedy is a veteran ,of World
War II and is a member of the
Highland View Baptist Church.
Kennedy said his aims are to
work for improving and expanding
the secondary road system thru-
out Gulf County. To work for the
benefits of the -entire county. To
work with the other commissioners
in seeing *that a full dollars value
is received for each tax dollar
spent. To be frank and speak his
convictions without fear. To work
with any organization in attracting
new industry into Gulf County. To
work to keep millage -as low as
possible and at the same time to
work for a debt 'free county.
"These are but a few of the con-
structive aims I plan to work for
if elected. If these meet with your
approval then, I solicit your vote
and active support in my behalf."


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Rebekah Club.22 Garden Club To
Met Monday Night Present Demonstration

Members of Rebekah Club 22 The Port St. Joe Garden Club
held their monthly meeting Mon- will present Mrs. Grier C. Barnhart
day night in .the home of Mrs. Ma- of Laguna Beach in a demonstra-
rie Wynn. Mrs. Susie Chason gave tion in Flower Arranging at the St.
the opening prayer. President, Lois James Episcopal Parish House on
Daniell presided over the business March 3 at 1:30 pm. There will' be
session. Various committees gave no charge and the public is co:-
interesting reports. dially invited to come and enjoy
At the close of the business, *this program.
games were played with Mrs. Susie Her demonstration will offer ba-
Chason winning the prize. Mrs. Vi- sic instructions in flower arranging
ola Walters closed the meeting with .emphasis on arrangements for
wAth prayer. the home. The .program will be
about one and a half hours long.
Mrs. Wynn served delicious re- __
freshments to Mesdames Jessie Visit In Georgia
Owens, Lois Daniell, Virginia
Smith, Viola Walters, Susie Cha- Mrs. J. Lamar Miller is spending
son, Lessie V. Byrd, Hulene a few days in Fitzgerald, Ga., vis-
Thames and Juanita Poitevint. citing relatives.


2 Rxs. Or ALong Hospital Stay

A prescription costs less -- far less -- than a single
dnw, z in th h,- '1 nital Tnfodav in most c cases just


ctays stayin me JJUSALUI. y, IJ-1
one or two prescriptions are all that a patient needs
to get well. But years ago, he would have had to go
through a long, expensive session at the hospital. That's
why we say:


Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History

SMITH'S PHARMACY
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111

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Picture Day Is Set


Surdcles Meet By Methodists
S" Circie Number 4 of the Methodist The Highland View WMU met
SWSCS met in the home of Mrs. Leo- onday, February 22 with seven The day Circles of the First Bap- Sunday, February 28, 12:00 noon
... nard Belin Monday. in.-embers present. The program was twist WMS met Monday. from 10:00 is picture day at the First Metho-
Mrs. J Lamar Miller called the !'ken from the Royal Service mag- ami, to 2:00 pmo, for their home dist Church.
meeting to order. A short business azine. The program was on the -mission study. This is the customary time to
session was held. Panama Canal Zone and the San ,The book studied was "Reaching get the congregational picture to
Bias Indians. Prayer for those on Rural Churches", written by J. T. be published in the local paper and
Mrs. Jake Belin was in charge the prayer calendar was led by Gillespie. the Advocate of the entire confer-
of the program. The subject was, 'rs. Phyllis Price. Mrs Arnold conducted the study ence.
"Lent In Our Homes", .and discussion in a very interest- You are urged .td attend next
Hymns were read by the group Those attending were Mrs. Joy ing way. Sunday.
on, "The Christian Home and Fam- Richards, Mrs. Loraine Kennedy, A delicious covered dish lunch
S. ily". Irs. J. Nr Dobbs, Mrs W W. Gar- was served during the noon hour. Attends Grand Opening
Mrs. Belin read scripture fromanett,d Mrs C C Peterson, Mrs Pice 0. Ralph Boyles of Mt. Airy, N. C.
Luke and Mark, giving a talk on trs. Bell DuBose. erchanS Steer'ing attended the grand opening last
the Christian home and how to ,pre- They were dismissed with special week end of the Boyles Department
Walker-Glass pare and dedicate ourselves for the prayer led by Mrs. Kennedy. Committee To eet Store here. Mr. Boyles is the bro-
Wedding Is Told Lenten season. -. other of R. Glenn Boyles, owner of
Wed8in B Is T dSilent prayer was held by the L Rt Hed There will be a meeting of the the local store.
members. S Retail Merchant's Division steering .-
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Walker of Refreshments were served to the For MrVS Perrit .committee Monday, February 29 at
Port St. Joe announce the marriage four .membersand one visitor, Mrs. 8:00 p in the Cty Hal SS AS
of their daughter, Dorothy Eloise Boyer. Mrs. Sarah Holland Perritt, 84, Chairman Ed Eells, urges all
to Joe Terral Glass of Wewahitch- The meeting was closed with thePanama City, died Sunda n he members of this committee to be Midget Investments With
ka. Mr. Glass is the son of the late WSCS benediction. i ma y, present at the meeting. Gant R ,turn
Oscar Glass and Mrs. James Bagby. ome. present at the meeting
The mnarirage took 'place in Gret- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Funeral services were held Taues-
na, Louisiana, February 17. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams of ,day at 10 am, in the Wilson Funeral
Glass is employed in Algiers and Harbel, Liberia, West Africa, for- Home chapel with the Rev. Boyd
they plan to make their home there. ,merly of Port St. Joe, announce B. Underwood, ,pastor of the Port
the birth of a daughter, Pamela, St. Joe Presbyterian Church offi-
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT .born Saturday, February 20. iiating. Burial was in Pisgah
__-__ ___ Church cemetery in Climax, Ga. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Williston L Chason Week End Visitors Mrs. Perritt is survived by two
of 1306 Long Avenue announce .the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ferrell and daughters, Mrs Coy Redd and Mrs .,' '
birth of their son, Gregg Meshane. family of Jacksonville returned N ed Bates of Panama City; two ,
The event was Monday, February home Sunday ,after spending the sons, Louis Perritt of Tampa and
15 at the Tallahassee Memorial Hos- week end here with Mr Ferrell's I Jim Perritt of Port St. Joe; two
pital in Tallahassee. parents, Mr. and Mrs W. B. Ferrell. sisters, Mrs. Alene Wash and Mrs.
George Barbor of Havana and six
grandchildren, one of which is Mrs. t "


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Bill Brown of Port St. Joe.
Active palbearers were Junior
Wimberley, Travis Scott, Ralph
Miller, Pervis Howell, Cecil Bruner
and Roy Woodham.
| Honorary pallbearers were Jim-
n mie Rodgers, Leon L. Gainer, J. M.
Sapp, J M. Bradley, J A Connell,
Judge E C Lewis, Dr M F Parker,
Fred Wages, Yual Wages, Dr A.
H. Lisenby, Dr. Roderick C Webb,
S P Brannon. Cecil Costin, Sr, M.
R Golden, MV J. 'Daffin, Bernard
j Pridgeon, Sr, Arthur Lupton, J. M.
Danford ana Charlie Abbott.
Also, Walter Anderson, Byrd
S'rklter, T S. Singletary, Rev. Alton
McKei.than, 0. M. Carter, Frank
Strickland, Marshall Evans, J T.
Colley, Howard Atcheson, 3. S Don-
iels, W A. Rodgers and Joe Sharit,
S4r.

FATHER OF M.RS. NELSON
PASSES AWAY IN CHIPLEY
The father of Mrs. F. F Nelson
of this city, passed away at his
home in Chipley Monday after a
long illness of cancer
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson attended
.the .funeral in Chipley yesterday.


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by W ftEY R. RAMSEY

A recent headline in the Apala-
chicola Times, "Boys Will Be Boys,
What A Shame, Too". The story
was stating several acts of devil-
ment *boys in Apalachicola were
Carrying on.
But we d-isagree with his head-
line.
If it weren't for boys, who would
'throw apples down the commode
and keep the plumbers busy? Who
would punch holes in new chairs,
making repairs for the trim shop
or a new chair sale for the furni-
ture company? Who would play
with 'matches, burning a hole in
a mattress, their pants, or burn
the corner off the house, thus ro-
viding work for any number of re-
pairmen? Who would lose all your
hammers, -pliers, wrenches, saws,
etc.; and create a sale for these
-'items?. Who would tear down the
shrubbery and keep .the nursery in
business? Who would wear out a
-pair of pants a week and a pair of
shoes in a month?
We contend boys are necessary
for business. Do 'away with them
and their "natural" actions and you
would cut the country's economy in
half.


THURSDAY, PEBRUARY 26, 1960 learn that the syrup-soppers con-'
vention has come and gone and you
And the men of today had to get didn't get ,to participate. C 11 Je
just as much experience (or more) The convention was held recent-
when they were boys to make the ly in Birmingham and the cham- t
world into the mess it is in today. pion sopped-and ate- 67 biscuits
Boys are necessary-along with and syrup.
their habits, but we, along with the Could you have beat him?
Apalachicola editor can't help but Along this syrup line, Dr. Bob
emit a feeble, "why?" King and Professor Hubert Rich- July 1, 1960 will be the day Pub-
ards .added some deep thinking.to lic Law 86-211 becomes effective.
We were reading in the paper the subject. This law will affect many veter-
the other day about a -hoity-toity Bob swore- he could have beat
cat show out in Houston, Texas. the record (and we have no doubt ans, veterans' widows and depend-
All 'the ,pure-bred, pampered and but what he could) had the syrup ants who .are now receiving pen-
cuddled cats of ultra breeding were been of 'the "kettle variety". Hu- sons under the existing law.
all lined up and prettied up to look bert concurred sagely that the ket- It is -to be realized that this new
their 'best just prior to judging. tle variety 'of syrup was better than 'law will NOT invalidate the exist-
When 'all of a sudden a common, evaporated. Bob being from an Ala- ing laws, but will with its becom-
told every-day mouse ran across tae bama farm and Hubert 'being from ling effective simply mean that
room. syrupy Chipley, we had to bow to there will be TWO laws.
Despite the high breeding of the their knowledge in such profound All persons affected by the new
subjects to be judged, the expect matters. law, who are now receiving pen-
happened. Every cat in the room But, Bob goes a step further and sons under existing law will re-
took off after 'that one hapless says that the kettle variety of sy- ceive a card form with their pen-
mouse. Three hundred pedigreed rup must have its .cane ground by sion check :on March 1. This card
felines after one common mouse. a mule to give it that extra essence must be properly filled out and re-
Which goes to show that regard- of flavor. He allows as how machin- turned to .the Veterans Administra-
less .of the breeding, when an em6"- ery ground cane has a machinery tion only if the person 'receiving a
agency .arises, the best of us will or slightly oily 'taste. Our wonder- pension elects to change from the
resort to doing what comes naur- oes along the ing goes alongthe lines that if a- present to the new law. If no elec-
ally. The real test in breeding chinery leaves its .distinctive taste tion is made, the card should not


comes when a cat-or a person is wouldn't mule-ground cane have the
able to resist .such succulent temp- extra curricular taste of mule-
tation. well- mule!
And after causing all the pande- Enough of sticker matters.
monium, the mouse got away, --
clean. The things a woman won't do to
get her way.


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be returned.
No veteran or survivors may
come under the provisions of the
new law until July 1, 1960 and be-
fore they elect to make a change
to the benefits of this law, they
are urged to consult with the Coun-
tv Service Officer regarding such


change. The new law can and will
.... __ be of benefit to some while on the
.other hand it will be advantageous
for .some to remain -under the pro-
visions of the existing law. How-
ever, it must 'be 'realized that once
an election has 'been made it is Ir-
revocable. For this reason it is
necessary to stress 'the -fact that all
persons affected should consult the
Service Officer before this form is
executed.
Gulf County Service Offlcer 3. 3.
Hill has just returned from a spe-
cial Service Officers conference in
St. Petersburg concerning the ef-
fects of the new law. His office is
located at 104 Bayview Drive in
Highland View. He is ready to as-
sist anyone desiring aid on. this
matter. The telephone number is
BAll 7-8681.


one of her trips to Georgia to visit
her parents. She has got the violet
raising bug bad. Raises 'them from
"babies" as she says.
When she got back last Sunday
afternoon she had 30 or 40 of 'the
things (half-grown). 'You -are going
to have .to fix me a place to put
them", -she explains in her sweet
way. Up came our ready-made ex-
cuse, "When will I get the time?"
To assure me of 'finding the time,
the violets went on the dining room
table (completely covering it) and
there they will stay until I fix a
place to put them.
A fellow gets awful tired of tak-
ing his meals on the kitchen cabi-
net.


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60 Gulf Citizens

Participate In

Cancer Survey

A total of 60 residents of Gulf
County volunteered 'and participat-
ed in answering a lengthy series of
questions, specially prepared to
search out factors which may even-
tually reveal specific causes for de-
velopment of cancer in human be-
ings- and preventative measures
This information was compiled
from questionnaires which were
used and distributed during .the
"Cancer Prevention Study" con-
ducted recently.
In -the report released this week
by the Gulf County Unit of the
Florida Division of the American
Cancer Society, the study has been
conducted throughout Florida 'and
22 other states. Final results will
be tabulated and :summarized by
the National American Cancer So-
ciety in New York.
It was announced when the pro-


ject was first introduced last fall
that the plan of the 'study is to
learn as much as possible about
the exposures and habits of a very
large and diversified number of
people. These people will then be
recontacted each year for six years
to determine which of them 'may
have developed indications of can-
cer.
By this continuous study, and
the break down of information com-
piled from thousands of question-
naires, it is hoped that important
clues will be revealed as to possible
causes for cancer.
In commenting on the success of
the Cancer Prevention Study in
Gulf County, Mrs. Chauncey Costin,
Chairman of the 'Cancer Study
Committee said, "the 60 families
who so willingly volunteered their
time and effort in providing impor-
tant information are to be com-
mended for their part in the fight
against cancer. And in addition to
these volunteers, thanks and ap-
preciation is extended to Mrs. Joe
Whitfield-'and Mrs. George Core in
Wewahitchka; Mrs. Wayne Hen-
drix, Mrs. Sam Johnson, Mrs. Jane
Lapeyrouse, Mrs. J L Miller, Mrs.
Milton Chafin, Mrs H. C. Brown,
Mrs Chauncey Costin and Mrs S.
R Stone in Port St. Joe.


Published Every Thursday Ai 306 Williams Avenue, Port St Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishlng Company
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advertisement.
The Bpoken word is given scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


Introducii The Jaycees!

A look at the current issue of Look magazine will show us
just how much good the ordinary citizen can do for his town
should he be inclined to band together for the civic good. The
issue currently on the news stands has publicity about several
prize winning cities for civic improvements. One town needed
a complete overhaul so the citizens did it. Another needed incor-
poration, so the citizens again came to the front. An interesting
fact among all prize winners was that in most cases, the common
citizen was the driving force for the city being a prize winner.

Enter, the Jaycees.
Most of you have been reading for the past few weeks in the
columns of this newspaper about the formation of a Jaycee organi-
zation here in Port St. Joe. Just what is this organization? How
will it work hand in hand with other organizations in our city?
How will it be an asset to our city? These are the questions the
organizers face in their quest for members.
First, let us point out that the Jaycees are not competitors
or a junior version of the Chamber of Commerce as their name
implies. The name was given out of gratitude to a Chamber of
Commerce who helped establish the first Jaycee chapter. The
Jaycees, in a sense, finish up what the C of C begins. The Cham-
ber is primarily concerned with the promotion of the city or area
for industrial, business and population growth. The Jaycees are
wholly concerned with the improvement of what we have. A
band of young men, being good citizens by doing their part to
improve our town. Making it a "prize winner" if you please.
The Jaycees are also unique in that only young men between
the ages of 21 and 35 are eligible to join. These young men will
be banded together, carrying on perpetual projects for the better-
nent of the community. The organization will be eternally at
work on something. It is an organization of young men at work
-- young men of action. Out of this organization with its mem-
bership of young men and eternal work, will come the trained
leaders for our Chamber of Commerce, civic clubs, city, county
and state government. A source of training. Each member of
the organization will at one time or another carry the load of
leadership toward some goal or other. This will give him valu-
ible training for his roles of responsibility ahead.
You will be hearing a lot of this organization in time to
come. Some of the things they will attempt to do will probably
seem unimportant -- others will be extremely important. But,
remember, the organization will be the "boot training" for the
leaders of your area in the years to come, so give them your
support.


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TALLAHASSEE State Treas- toffee tasting, filling, that can un-
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their representative on 21 of the
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uary, called the nearly two decades
of his *state service "an era of our
greatest ,progress in Florida 'and
a period in which we have met and
mastered many !perplexing chal-
lenges.
"But there are opportunities&
ahead and I am confident we can
grasp these in building an even
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anew the giving to the people of
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service as their State Treasurer."

Yarborough Seeks
Sec. of State Post
Jesse H. Yarborough, long-time
Dade County civic, educational and
governmental leader, Saturday an-
nounced his candidacy for the post
of Florida Secretary of State.
Yarborough pledged to "use all
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PEANUT PIE
% cup dark Karo syrup
% cup white Karo syrup
% cup granulated eggs
3 Florida eggs
2 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup chopped salted peanuts
Using your favorite short pie-
crust recipe, line a nine-inch Vie
pan and set .aside. With a fork or
electric mixer, cream butter Mad
sugar. Add eggs (unbeaten) one at
a time. Add syrup and vanilla. Pour
mixture into uncooked pie shell.
Sprinkle with chopped nuts. In pre-
heated 375 degree oven, bake for
10 minutes. Turn oven down to 360
degrees and continue baking for 45
additional minutes.
For something extra, extra spe-
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ice cream topping.

pie of the State have become ac-
customed during the distinguished
30-year career of Bob Gray."
Yarborough pointed out that the
Secretary of State. is a vital mem-
ber of the State Cabinet, "which
has the responsibility for formulat-
ing the policies which determine
how tar and how fast our State will
progress."
"I will always render fair and
just decisions to the very beat of
my ability, without fear or favor,"
Yarborough promised.

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the efficient operation of our State
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He had high praise for the retir-
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an dsaid he will "endeavor to carry
on an efficient operation of the of-
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Sunday School 9.45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11 .- a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


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nue in heart of business district.
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lease and remodel to suit tenant.
Contact C. L. Costin.
FOR SALE: 11 cu ft GE deep
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Phone 7-4211 tfc-2-18
FOR SALE: Building lot -at St. Joe
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FOR SALE: Three bedroom home
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Phone 7-5311 between 7:30 am and
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FOR SALE: Good mill car. 1950
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FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
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FOR SALE:' Stardust Lodge on the
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MEXICO BEACH RENTALS
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2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts.
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attractively furnished ap ar t- Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22 u Call BA 74156
ments. Cool in summer, warm in up. Call BAll 74156.
winter. Gas heat, window fans. FOR RENT: Furnished apartments FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
They have to be seen to be appre- and cottages at Mexico Beach and apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking Beacon Hill. 1 to 3 bedroom from Phone 7-5771. tc-2-4
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi- I$45 to -100 per month plus utilities.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house at St. Joe Beach. Phone 7-
7521, or see Bill Carver. 3tp-2-11
S._ FOR LEASE: Building approgi-
mately 35 x 80 feet on Reid Ave-


LADIES WANTED: Tupperware
home parties has openings for 4,
2 part-time, $50 per wk.; 2 full-time
$100 per wk. to help with spring
business. Commission. Car neces-
sary. Phone Tallahassee, 2-8210,
collect, for interview. 3tc-2-11


SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfec
FREE GIFTS for Tupperware hos-
tess. As high as $10.00 to $15.00.
Tupperware can be won for having
a party. Call your Tupperware deal-
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tHk S'AA, ootk sit. Joe, tOir ida tHURSBA, bY 9kROtUAk Y 1960


Oft SALE! 1 bedro6i ihotuse is NE,,WS FROM
er. $175. Apply LeHardy's Bar.
FOR SALE HighlandView
House at 214 Seventh St. $7,875. By HAZEL REAMER
3 bedroom house on 10th St. y HAZEL CREAMR
2 bedroom house and all furni- Phone 7-4976
ture at Howard Creek, $4,750.
House at St. Joe Beach, $7,872. Mr and Mrs. J. C. Whittington
2 houses in downtown Wewahit- .
ehka, $7,875. visited Sunday in Panama -City
1 bedroom trailer, '51 model, $1,- with their daughters, Mrs Harold
$00. Dorman and Mrs. Johnny Davis.
New 3 bedroom houses on Bell- J. R. Griggs of Hiland Park is
amy Circle. "IJ. i igo ..a. P a..kis
2 bedroom trailer, '56 model for sending a few days with his
sale or rent with all accessories, daughter, Mrs Hl'een English and
FOR RENT family.
3 bedroom furnished house on Rupert Ray of DeFuniak Springs
McClellan Ave.
PRIDGEON AGENCY and Jim Ray of Tam'pa spent Sun-
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 day with their daughter and grand-
TRACTOR with operator. Plow or daughter, Mrs. Martha Ray Mims
disc .garden or lawn. Reasonable. ".nd family.
Phone BAll 7-4881. 4tp-2-11 1.i. and Mrs. C B Brownell' and-
WANTED: Will buy old bottles children of Westville visited dur-
and relics in good condition. i'g the week end with Mr and
Please advise condition and price. Mrs. Dwight Minger.
Allan R. Curll, Box 146, Rt. 1, Nice- Mr. and Mrs. George Gainey and
ville, Fla. 10p-2-11 children, Mrs. Nina Payne and son


David H. Mims Enlists
In U. S. Air Force Feb. 17
David H Mima, 18, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Johnnie L. Mims, Port
St. Joe, enlisted in the United
States Air Force, Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 17, at Montgomery, Alabama
through th ePanama City Air Force
Recruiting office, according to M-
Sgt. C. L. Blair, of that office. Da-


Branch, James Keel, Tommy Ad- vid was assigned to Lackland Air
ams, Ted Whitfield, Johnny Rich- Force Base, San Antonio, Texas,
ter, Larry Richter, Jerry Harbuctc, where he will undergo four weeks
Wayne O'Brian, Pat O'Brian, Jerry basic training, after which he will
Branch and counsellors, Gene Cox be selected to attend technical
and Kenny Marlow. training on ,the basis of his interest
__ ________ and aptitudes. He hopes to attend
a course in Mechanics. Blair, point-
LETTERS TO TOed out 'that there is a current need
for young men and women to till
H E IAir Force at the present. For young
T~he Star men and women interested in find-
'esley Ramsey ing out more about these schools,
Weley Ramsey and about the Air Force n genera
Port St. Joe, Fla. he encourages them to contact him
Dear Wesley: at 118 East Fourth Street, la Pan-
First let me say "thank you" fort Fourth Street, in Pan
ama City, or call him at PO 3-1801.
our Star being so "regular and on O Ci or a t -
time". We all read it from cover to Office hours Monday through. Fri
cover. Bill, Blaine and I watch for day 8:00 am, until 5:00 pm, Sat,
urday, 8:00 am, until 12:00 noon.
the postman on Saturdays to see ____________
which one gets the Star first.
Blaine was usually first, so we de-


cided to take .turns. So this is my
Saturday to see it first and I de-
cided I had better let you know
we had moved.
We have bought .a lovely new
home and we are so happy with
Birmingham. We now live at 325
Shenandoah Drive, Birmingham 9,
Alabama. So please- change our
mailing address to this one.
We have had lots of visitors
from St. Joe since we have been
-here. Bill and Helen Cowden spent
the week end of the 28th of Jan-
uary with us. We had loads of fun,
and saw "My Fair Lady" while they
were here. Cold and rainy, but we
had fun.
Give our regards to all of St Joe
and a hello to your family.
Sincerely yours,
FRANCES THARPE
(Mr and Mrs. Bill Tharpe)


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Richard led the opening prayer.
Ted Whitfield led the group with
the R A prayer and declaration.
The scripture was taken from Luke
12:16-21. The story was "Ivan's
Ruined Grapes", which was about
a boy who tried to sell a batch of
dried grapes. So he kept trying
until finally he sold them and made
a great profit for his village. The
Bible study was -led by Kenny Mar-
low. Those present were Larry


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f:'mily, Jeanette Armstrong, Sandy
Clark and Margaret Player attend-
ed the Youth Rally in St. Andrew
Friday night,
Jimmy Whittington and his fa-
ther, J. C. Whittington went to
Panama City Friday 'to an .eye
specialist where Jimmy underwent
treatment for an eye injury
Mr. and Mrs. Rnuss Whitfield of
Blountstown visited Sunday with
his sister, Mrs. Curtis Griffin and
family.
We welcome the Bazzell Shop to
their new location They are now
located in the Cox building.
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Brownell vis-
ited in Westville and Caryville dur-
'ing the week end.
Miss Margaret Haddock and Phil
Wilder of Vernon visited Sunday
with Mrs. L. H. Kelly and family.
R A NEWS
The R A Chapter of the Highlanl
View Baptist Church met February
22 at ithe Baptist Church. Randall


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rhe STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 making it, I certainly would not at- ,'"
tempt definite answer.
TOO LATE TO their future home in Florida. Think about it a moment and .-- :"''
Many of :these folks have pur- you will realize that any personal .
CLA SSIF Y chased one or more lots by mail, view o mine wouldn't apply to ev .
LA sight unseen, and they seek unbias- eryone. We all have different in- I
By RUSSELL KAY ed information as ,to the wisdom terests, we like different surrouna-
of their investment. Others contem--ings and living conditions. Some
My recent columns reviewing two plate investing and ask about the 'like the metropolitan areas that '
excellent books designed to help various development.; being adver- offer recreation in the form of rac- i.
the Florida homeseeker and in. tised extensively. ing, sports events, theatres, night '
vestor brought an avalanche of let- A frequent question is "Where cluOt hers are anious get away
ters from readers all over the O
Sis the best place to locate in FlI,- from that sort of thing. They seek
country. It indicates ,the tremen-
dous interest in this state on the ida?" While it probably seems like modern, comfortable living at a N-
part of those who hope to make a reasonable query to the peisoa slower 'pace, good neighbors, rest
and quiet. Some want to be on the
wa- er others prefer an inland lo-
cation. It is altogether a matter of
MO INCWOMEIP TAX RETURN A personal tastes san desires. -
INCOME TAX RETURNS -
That is why I have consistently
PROMPTLY and EXPERTLY PREPARED advised the homeseeker to visit the i
YER M TiNG state, spending a little time in dif-
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday afternoons ferent sections, and determine for P
Other Days.after 6:00 p.m. themselves just which location of-

J D C A RK Thereare many splendid devel-
7 opments t Florida offered by e State School Superintendent Thomas D. Bailey and Stephen B.
1017 Long Ave. Dial 7-7771 utable concerns. There are low Straske, right, Tampa, president of the Florida Consumer Finance
,priced proper-ties and high priced Association, receive Certificates of Merit from Jaycee National
_- offerings and the value represented Director Richard Elston, Plant City, left. The awards were made at
-depends on so many things that the Jaycee winter conference in Jacksonville, Feb. 12-15, and were
THE CHURCH OFhomesteofferedata low purchase resented to Bailey and Straske for their successful sponsorship of
price may be a Poorer Investment the Merit Scholarship for Teaching contest. The scholarships are
of Highland View than one costing several thousand awarded annually and carry a grant of $400 a year for four years.
WELCOMES YOU dollars. The scholarship program won the U.S. Jaycee award as the out-
WELCOMES YOU Remember the slick operator can standing state project in the nation in 195
SUNDAY SCHOOL $:45 AM. issueome mighty attractive our in oth ate project in the nation in 1959 and is being copied
MORNING WORSHIP .. ..... 11:00 A.M. color booklets and make the des- "
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M. cription of his offering sound like
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M. a dream of Paradise, but the ad- courses, and the pictures are" ap-
PRAYER MEETING --- -- 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday) anta ge talked about do not exist pealing. It all sounds wonderful, but Must File Report
BIBLE STUDY 8:00 P.M. (Friday) They are landn" d ts av how ong will it be beforeall these
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor been "set aside" for parks, play-romi advantages become a re- SS Payments
grounds, recreation centers,, golf ality?;
Does your lot have water, elec- "Many people who receive social
tricity, sewerage, drainage, is the security payments must file annual
street it is on paved? Trueall these reports of tehir earnings with the
things are as the booklet says Nocial Security Administration by
"available" when enough people April 15", John V. -Carey, district
build enough homes to make them manager of the Panama City so-
worthwhile. What about police pro- cial security office, stated this
section, fire protection? There are week.
nearby stores, towns, -etc. How far Any person who received a social
This issue of subordinate debentures is offered is "nearby" and "close to?" What security check for at least one
ueeuu.r ~~~~about hospitals, doctors, schools, th n 1959 and who earned over
NEW to residents of Florida only. The offering is churches and friendly ,neighbors? $1200 during 1959 is required ta
"e made by means of the official prospectus. In short what are you getting for make the report. The only excep-
byyour money besides a lot stake
with a number on it? tion is the beneficiary who was age
72 in January, 1959, or earlier.
I recently read a brochure put
out by E. Raymond Moss, one of signed to sell Punta Gorda Isles
300900 Florida's leading developers. He it contains some sound and help-
has been at it for over 35 years ful advice that any prospective
-h "with such developments to his cre- homeseeker should carefully con-
C8 dit as Ft. Lauderdale Beach, Lake sider when buying property in
The Co m m onwea th .C or ra ion Placid in Ft. Lauderdale, Silver Florida or anywhere else for that
Shores at Vero Beach, North Or- matter. I believe you can secure
lando and Punta Gorda Isles, now a copy on request from the Punta
Mortgage Bankers in progress. Gorda Chamber of Commerce.
Tallahassee, Florida The booklet is entitled, "How to The old admonition "Look before
BEuy Florida" and while it is de-'you leap" Is still good advice.


The Social Security Law pro- do with Federal income tax returns,.
vides that a person under 72 and For further information or copies
,earning over $1200 per year is not of report forms, contact your social
entitled to payments -for every security office at 1135 Harrison
month of -the year. One month's !Avenue, Panama City. The tele-
payment is withheld for each $80 phone number is POplar 3-5331.
or fraction of $80 over the $1200.
An exception is that no payment is
withheld for any month where
earnings do not exceed $100 for that
month and the person is not oper-
ating a trade or business. Invest-
ment income, savings, or other re-
tirement income do not count to-
ward these amounts.


Failure to file timely reports b:
April 15, may result in loss of ad
ditional benefits. These reports are
in 'addition to and have nothing t

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The CoUmmo nweaith Cr;0 Sra0n

Panama City-- Tallahassee Pensacola
Florida


See Ihu Di.a;, 5nuit Chevy Show in color Sundays, NBC-TV-the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly, ABC-TV.


"CORVAIR HANDLES BETTER, STEERS MORE EASILY, RESPONDS

MUCH MORE QUICKLY AND HOLDS THE OAD MORE SECURELY

THAN ANY STOCK FOUR-DOOR SEDAN EVER MADE IN THE U.S."
-Jim Whipple, Car Life
If you think we're enthusiastic about Corvair, leaf through the leading automotive, sports and science
magazines and see what the experts are saying. Then, by all means, drive one yourself.


"Corvair's steering is so light that at
parking speeds it feels power assisted; it
is so precise as to be absolutely without
play, and it is fast enough to allow
complete control over every situation."
-Karl Ludvigsen,
Sports Cars Illustrated

"Steers like a feather and is extremely
quick. This is a beautifully designed
automobile, engineered by real pros...."
-Tom McCahill, Alechanix Illustrated

"Most surprising thing to me outside of
the excellent handling characteristics was
the feeling of roominess inside. I
didn't have the sensation of driving a
small car and the headruom was greater


in the Corvair than in some standard
size cars. ."
-L. H. Houck, Automotive News

"So far as shopping goes, the Corvair is
a housewife's dream. It's small and easily
maneuvered without any power steering,
and so easily parked it's a lot easier
to unload a cart full of groceries into a
front trunk at the supermarket than it
is into a rear one."
-Rosemary Francis, Popular Science

"I want to state as firmly as I can that
the Corvair handles as beautifully and is
as safe as-if not safer than-any family
car on the road today."
-Jim Whipple, Car Life


"There is none of the typical whine
normally associated with rear-engined
vehicles. Inside the car, the effect is quite
unlike anything we have ever experienced.
It almost seems that there is no engine,
and the general effect is so quiet as to be
almost uncanny."
-John R. Bond, Road & Track
"No written word can suffice for the.
genuine pleasure that you will receive
behind the wheel of America's newest
and most advanced contribution to trans-
portation. .. It is a great car."
-Don Stewart, Motor Life



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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960
letters, phonograms, consonant
I blends.
The teacher helps the children
Work out new words by the follow-
ing:
1. Look at beginnings. "b" in ba-
-I by, "th" in thank.
2. Look 'at endings. 'old" in bold
"me" in pine.
3. Thinking of the root word,
"write" in writing.
4. Finding little words in big
words, "barn" and "yard" in barn-
yard.
0 Each year, laboratory 5. Looking for helpful ,parts.
research develops more products to "fish" "er" "man"-"ex" "er" 'cise"
make the life of a diabetic as nor- 6. Seeing it it looks like a word
mal as possible. Oral therapies are you know. silk-milk, thread-
now available that in some cases
eliminate the need for insulin injec- bread.
tions. Check with your doctor about 7. Seeing small words in larger
these new developments, words, "many", "stair", "qandy".
If a prescription is given, bring it 8. Seeing sounds or blends that
to us. We carry complete stocks nd a
so important to the very life of you know, FLax, moTH, THread,
a diabetic. PLant.
9. Using picture clues.
-F ,, .1i TI1 10. Using context clues.


Drug Store
Joe, Florida


Your Child
Learns To Read
By Phonics
How does a teacher ,help a child
learn to attach -a sound to a given
letter combination? How does -a
child learn to see combinations of
letters in a word? The -starting
point is. a known word in which
there is 'a familiar element, or
more -often, several known words
containing a common element. The
child meets "hat" in his primer
story and exclaims, "The last part
of 'that word says 'at'." He has
trouble with "call" in his reading
and his ,teacher says, "You know
how that begins. It has the same
sound at 'the beginning at 'come'
and 'cat'." As -she does so, she
writes the -two words under each
other .so that he may see the com-
mon element clearly.
In the first grade the process of
comparing known words soon ex-
tends to other sound elements.
Initial sounds are a help 'early. The
children use "like", "laugh" and
"look" and note that these all be-
gin with "1". The teacher may en-
courage them to .say the words and
to listen for the beginning sound.
Then they may try to name some
words that begin with the same
sound and watch as the teacher
writes "late", "letter" and "last"
on the board. In the course of read-
ing a .story, someone reads "his"
for "this". Since he knows the
"is" ending from his acquaintance
with the 'small word "is", the teach-
,er takes the opportunity to help
him become acquainted with the
"th" beginning. She says, "Let's
'take another look at that one. It
might be "his", but it is a different
word. It begins like "them", "'that"
'and "'there". As she does so she
writes ;the words on the board.
"Let's say them." "How do they
begin?" "Now let's try "'this:"
What does it say?" This is an ap-
proach through phonetic analysis.
That is the child sees sound ele-
ments within the word-beginning

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Baptists Plani
Sunday School Talk
The annual Sunday School Con-
vention for Baptist churches in
Florida will be held at the First
Baptist Church in Orlando, Febru-
ary 29 to March 2, according to C.
F. Barry, secretary.
Featured on the program will be
Dr. Wayne Dehoney, Pastor, First-
Baptist Church, Jackson, Tennessee
and Keener Pharr, Southern Bap-
tist Sunday School Board, Nash-
ville. The convention theme will be
"Cause me to hear, to know, to do
thy will." Secretary Barry will pre-
side over 'the program.


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Individual sealed bids in dupli-
cate will be received by the Board
of Public Instruction of Gulf Coun-
ty, Wewahitchka, Florida, up to
11:00 a.m., (CST) Tuesday, March
8, 1960 for:
(a) Removal of existing roof from
the High School Gymnasium and
the re-roofing of same.
(b) Science Equipment for We-
wahitchka High School.
Plans and specifications and con-I
tract documents may be inspected
at the office of the Owner, The
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf
County, Wewahitchka, Florida, or
the Architect, Norman P. Gross,1
and may be procurred by Prime
Contractors from the Architect up-
on a deposit of $10.00. The. full
,amount of t'he deposit will be re-
turned to each Prime Contractor
who submits .a bid, and all other
deposits will be refunded with de-
duction of cost of reproudction and
delivery of the documents; upon
return of all documents in good
condition within less than ten (10)
days after date of the opening of
bids.
Cashier's check, Certified Check:
o, Bid Bond for not less than 5%
of the amount of the bid .must ac-
company each proposal.
Performance, Labor and Material
Bond and Workman's Compensation
Insurance will be required of the
successful bidder.
Right is reserved to reject any
or all proposals, and waive techni-
calities.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
for a period of thirty (30) days af-
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THOMAS A. OWENS, Supt.
The Board of Public
Instruction, Gulf County
Wewahitchka, Florida
Norman P. Gross, Architect
P. 0. Box 2207 t-2-18
Telephone SU 5-7963
Panama. City, Florida

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TMe STAR, Port St. Joe, FI& THUROBAY, FEBRUARY AV 1960


Long Avenue Circles Meet For Programs
The Long Avenue Baptist Wo-ipresent. The meeting was opened
man's Missionary Society met in with prayer by Mrs T. J Braxton.
circles to discuss the February Refreshments were served during
Royal Service program topic, "In the business session. The program
Word and Speech and Deed". was given by Mrs M. L. Britt. Mrs
Circle Number One met Tuesday W D Sykes, Mrs Braxton, Mrs
morning in the home of Mrs. Joe George Cooper and Mrs Ferrell.
Ferrell. There were seven members The meeting was closed with prayer
iby Mrs. J. 0. Lucas. The April
.- .mm-m a meeting will be in,the home of Mrs
SH L Ford.
B, Circle Number Two met Tuesday
y "' morning with Mrs H. F. Hall at St.
S A'J1 Joe Beach. Following the business
and program, refreshments were
TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191 served to Mrs L. B. Nichols, Mrs.
OPEN DAILY, 2:45 P.N.. C H McKnight, Mrs Joe Wilkie,
eATURDAY, 12:;5 P.M. Mrs L W Porter and Mrs J C Odum.
Circle, Number Three met in the
home of Mrs A. P. Jackson, Mon-
THURSDAY FRIDAY day afternoon, with five members
present. Mrs. H Y Zipperer, circle
chairman, was in charge. The Roy-
al Service program was given and
refreshments .served by Mrs. Jack-
son to Mrs A. P. Martin, Mrs. J 0
Ogle, Mrs H F Barbee and Mrs
Zipperer.
Circle Number Four met Tues-
day evening with Mrs. Lamar Hill.
Mrs. N G Martin, Circle Chairman,
presided over the business session.
The program from the Royal Ser-
-i vice magazine was presented by
S. Mrs Fred Perry, Mrs. Martin and
PRICE Mrs. Hill. The hostess .served re- -
AE .. freshments during the social per-
AGNES i- od.
MOOREHEAD ,.
OAVINr .CDON Circle Number Five met Tuesday
S......- evening with Mrs Lenora Conger.
The program wsa presented by the
program chairman, Mrs. J. D. Clark.
SATURDAY ONLY A short business meeting was held, \
after which Mrs Conger served a '
Y GOLDI delicious supper to Mrs Frank fi


Pool, Mrs. John Core, Mrs. Gene .
Fowler, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey '
and Mrs Clark.
Circle Number Six met Monday Seiate Candidate
evening with Mrs B. A. Collier.


Nine members were present, and
three new members enrolled: Mrs.
Danny Maddox, Mrs. Ferris Taran-
tino and Mrs. Charles Marshall.
Miss Alma Baggett was welcome
as the new circle chairman. Mrs.
David Jenkins, program chairman,
.presented the mission advance in
Panama, the Canal Zone, and
among the San Blas Indians by five
"artists" who illustrated their dis-


Bay C o u nty Representative
Dempsey Barron has announced his
candidacy for the 25th Senatorial
*seat. The 25th Senatorial District
includes Bay, Gulf, Calhoun and
Washington Counties.
Represnetative Barron is a Pan-
ama City lawyer and his law part-
ner is Loyd C. Hilton, Jr. He is
married to the former Louverne
Hall of Graceville and they have


cussions with original drawings. A two boys, ages 4 and 6. He is a life-
short business meeting followed, long resident .of Bay County, and
The meeting was closed with pray- prior to the war was a member of
er by Mrs. Tarantino. The hostess 'organized labor being a card carry-
served refreshments to Mrs. Tom ing member of the steel workers
Ford, Mrs. Roy Hellen, Mrs Joe union. During World War II he
Fortner, Mrs Theo Johnson, Mrs. served in the Navy and was aboard
Cecil Harrison, Mrs. Tom McCut-!the heavy cruiser USS Chicago
chan, Mrs. Ken Tyler, Miss Bag- when it was sunk in the Coral Sea.
gett, Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Tarantino, Upon his honorable discharge from
Mrs Marshall and Mrs. Maddox. the Navy, he entered college receiv-
i' ing a degree in Business Adminis-
Kiwanis To Start traction from Florida State Univer-
sity, worked' his way through law
Practice On Minstrel school and received his law degree
from the University of Florida.


Larry Davis and Willie Daniell
were guests of the Kiwanis 'Club
Tuesday at their regular dinner
meeting.
Club president 0. C. Dykes set
Tuesday, March 1 as the 'date for
beginning rehearsal on the annual


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K'wanis Minstrel which will be pre-
sented on March 25. Club treasurer
Tom Alsobrook reported that over
$400 worth of tickets had already
been sold for the show.
Coach Marion Craig reported
that the Key Club, .sponsored by
the local club, -had just finished
planting pines around the football
field as one of their projects.


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STEVE REEVES co-starring CHELO ALONSO
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INTERNATIONAL PICTURE IN COLORSCOPE

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intit. tise yevry tolG at rii>'.r co=n i Pol-tNer. Jete Austitt or Apaijaeb- thbaaks .-vi -ma-ny 6ts and words
mand to halt the carnage on Flor- cola and Jack Peebler of Jackson- of kindness offered us during the
ida highways., ville and George Daly of Birming- illness and death of our mother,
Guests of the club were Rev. B. ham, Ala. Mrs. Annie Aman. May God bless
B. Underwood, Port St Joe; Mack --- --- you every one.
Kerr, Castorville, Calif.; Bruce CARD OF THANKS MRS. JOE BURNS
Dwiggins, Port St. Joe; Rodman We wish to express our sincere MR.S GEORGE BROMLEY




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After Opening
THANK YOU FEATURE!
Men's White

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Men's Nylon

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New Assorted Colors


Representative Barren has ser-
ved in the Florida Legislature as
representative 'from Bay County for
the past four years. He distinguish-
ed himself through the record he
made in the Legislature.
In commenting on his candidacy, I
Barron had this to say: I originally
entered public life in the sincere
hope that I could make 'a contribu-
tion to 'honest, efficient, responsible
government. This I have tried to
do. I do not believe in extensive
platforms and campaign promises.
The people have been disappointed
too often in this respect. It is my
firm conviction that government
should be as close as possible to
the people and controlled by the
desires of the people. Government-
al offices must be conducted in
such a way as to gain the respect
of the people for the government.
I wish to make it clear that I am
heartily in favor of our present
system of free public .schools. I am
proud to say that we in the '57 and
'59 sessions of the Legislature were
able to adopt good, sound laws de-
signed to maintain our public school
system as it is, while other states
hastily enacted ill-founded laws
which resulted in the destruction
of the school system .which they
had previously."
Representative Barron recently
received state-wide publicity when
he had an open fight in the news-
paper with Governor Collins in re-
gard to the opening of the Hatha-
way Bridge in Bay County. It was
generally agreed that the efforts
of Barron and other interested citi-
zens resulted in an early opening
of the bridge.


FHP Movie

Shown Rotary
Trooper Richard Doyle of the
Florida Highway Patrol Safety De-
partment showed a movie on high-
way patrol operations to the Port
St. Joe Rotary Club Thursday of
last week.
The movie pointed out the ways
in which the FHP goes 'about edu-
cating motorists in safe driving.
Trooper Doyle asserted that bad
driving habits were turning our
modern -highways into avenues of
grief, sorrow and despair. Educa-
tion of the motorists driving hab-
its is beginning to show improve-
ment .under the teaching of the pa-
trol.
The Patrol uses every modern
convenience and means ,of commun-
ication to control bad driving ha-
bits throughout the state.
The movie 'pointed out that there
were four million people licensed
to drive in Florida 'and the FHP


THE TWO BEST WAYS
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Published by
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner


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BOYLES


ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GUY N. MIDDLETON ..------- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL -....-.. Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS


La. Away


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BOYLES MAK ES SENSAT ONAL RECOVERY

FROM GRAND OPENING-ITIS

Remodeling and Renovation Fever Subsides Normalcy Takes Over


female Anyway, it works, from all indications!
It was a real pleasure to have as our special
Grand Opening guest 0. Ralph Boyles (a mer-
chant, too) our brother from Mount Airy, N. C.
The evening before departing he treated our fam-
ily to a special seafood dinner at one of the
famous seafood places in this area. I awoke at
2:00 am, and Ralph was Just getting out of the
shower and rubbing his stomach vigorously.
"Looks like that second serving was Just too
much", he remarked. It wasi
Now, friends, the Grand Opening festivities
are past and the 30 odd prize winners have been
announced. However, you'll still be able to ob-
tain the Big Feature Values through this week.
Please listen on WJOE at 8 and 9 am, daily and
come to BOYLES for a real Value Treat Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday. We'll "smile at you
honey, while we take your money."
A lady went into a store and asked, "May I
try on that dress in the window?" "Well", said
the new salesgirl doubtfully, "Don't you think It
would be better to use the dressing room?" Please
check the Special Feature Offerings appearing
below the picture of BOYLES just above these
Tattlings. Cultivate THRIFT-Pay Cash or Lay
It Away at BOYLES, the Friendly Store-the
Home of Florida Sunshine Values! S'long until
next week. -RGB


Successful Remodeling and


After Opening
SUCCESS FEATURE!-
Popular String

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You'll pay 15c each elsewhere

10 for 79 c

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3 for $1 .00
Why Pay 49c ea. Elsewhere


R. GLENN 80YLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun"
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
PHONE BALL 7-4261
STORE PERSONNEL


Dear Friends:

Thank you for making our Second Grand
Opening a Huge Success in spite of the howling
winds and chilly atmosphere. Hundreds and hun-
dreds of friendly smiling, guests and customers
added to the brightness and beauty of the many
floral tributes (a thrilling, happy surprise) Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday. Thank you again for
the many kind and generous compliments on our
new, 1960 store. Your loyalty and interest inspires
us towards more efficient service and still great-
er values Boyles is on the move again-Better
watch our smoke
We feel the following small Incidents are
worthy of mention: Comments from Mrs. T. M.
Watts as she left hurriedly: "Mr. Boyles, I wish
you folks wouldn't be so sociable in this store-
it costs me parking meter money every time I
come to town." G. S. Croxton, White City had
this to say about a suit he bought at Boyles on
November 11, 1946 (Mr. C. had the suit on) "My
wife says this suit looks better on me than any
I've ever had." Over 13 years wear and still in
excellent condition. Can you beat that? The
Tattler overheard our auburn haired saleslady,
Mrs. Esther Taylor remark to a customer: 'I'll
smile at you, honey, while I take your money".
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