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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1960 NUMBER 23
Mrs. George Cooper Wins Appliance Carnival Grand Prize
S asses Ordinance
zeonin M onumen
GRAND PRIZE WINNER-Mrs. George Cooper was the winner of the Z
away .by the appliance dealers of Port St. Joe at their annual applia
Frilay. Pictured above are Mrs. Cooper and the sponsoring dealers. Fr
Mrs. Cooper, Leo Kennedy, Wayne B'uttram, George Cooper, W. d.
Red Cross Will Kick-off $2,000 Fund
Drive With Breakfast Monday Morning
By GUY MIDDLETON
Next Monday morning the local chapter of the American Red Cross
will -officially begin the 1960 membership drive with a Ikick-off break-
fast. This year's membership drive is vital to every one in the United
States and is vital to everyone in Gulf County, because the American
Red Cross is the only agency, supported by voluntary contributions that.
is staffed and equipped to .cope with any emergency, any disaster or
any need by the civilian or military population.
In 1959 the Gulf County Chapter
was one of 1,500 Chapters in the
United States with volunteer work- so that in the event of flood, tor-
ers osly. During 1959 Wayne But- nado or other disaster, proper aid
ram, the local Home Service Of- can he channeled in with no dupli-
ficer, served approximately 300 cation of effort.
members of the Armed Services by .The local Chapter has never sup-
making-l0hone calls 'in 'me- r'C !.e- plrtl-.a Junior Red Cross service
asisting in hardship case,s- he-in, before,. but plans are ieing made
the families .of service personnel now to activate a chapter. One
with the myrid problems that arise group of about 60 young ,people has
when the head of the house is already been lined up. The activi-
away. Mr. Buttram, who has been ties -of -the Junior Red Cross are
called "Mr. "Red -Cross of Gutlf varied and interesting. They assist
County", also helped five stranded in blood drives, filling gift boxes,
Families during the year of 1959. and assisting in disaster operations.
Last year the local Chapter reach- -
ed the goal of $1,500.00. The goal of Poite i S
this yea';s :membership drive has OI Vint Is
been set, at $2,000.00 by drive chair- C
man, Ted Cannon, who is confident Candidate
that with the assistance of Mrs. __
Silas Stone and Ed Wood, the goal T. O. (Tater) Poitevint announ-
will be reached in one week.
ced Tuesday that he would seek
Despite rumors to the contrary, election to the office of County
no charge is ever made to members
of the Armed Forces or their fam-
ilies for articles -or services. All
Red Cross centers .and officers at
military installations and hospitals
and chapters display an official
poster stating that all articles pro-
vided ,to servicemen and all ser-
vices rendered to them by the Red
Cross are gifts of the American
-people. Further, the poster asks
members of the Armed Forces to
report immediately to their com-
maanding officers any situations in
which the Red Cross policy regard-
ing ,payment for such supplies or
services has been violated.
The' American Red Cross sup-
ports, aids and advises the disas-
ter committees in the various areas
Commissioner from District 5.
This post is now held by George
-1' .. -
S. Smh, Fonder
It's "30" For A Long
;enith stereo record ,player given W. S. (Bill) Smith, 60, passed
dance carnival last Thursday and away yesterday afternoon at 3:35
rom left to right. John G. Blount, in the Port St Joe Municipal Hos-
Roch eand Mrs. Ivy Cooper. pital after suffering a stroke
shortly after noon yesterday.
Smith, a resident of Port St. Joe '7'
Cub Scout Banquet since 1937 founded The Star in Sep-
i* *tember of 1937 and was editor and
Set For TOnight 'publisher of the newspaper until
-- ~ November-10, 1952, when he sold .
The Cub Scout Blue and Gold the .business.
Banquet will be held tonight -at Smith was widely known through-
8:00 p.m. in the First Methodist out Northwest Florida and Gulf .
Social Hall. The banquet will cele- County and was known by all his .
brate 50 years of Boy Scouting in newspaper colleagues in the area :'
the U.S.A. The banquet theme is as one of the best journalists of- '
"Golden Jubilee", this part of the state. W. S. (Bill) SMITH
After selling The Star in 1952,
A graduation ceremony will be Smith and his wife, Myrtice moved ward Avenue, Port St. Joe; one
held for Tommy Atchison, Roddy to their home in Wewahitchka on daughter, Mrs Shirley Goetz of Chi-
Bowdoin and Randy Armstrong the Dead Lakes where they lived no, California and three grandchil-
who will join the ranks of the until the summer of 1959 whenlI
Boy Scouts. Many awards and ser- they purchased -a home at 1024,dren.
vice stars will be presented during Woodward Avenue andmovedback Funeral arrangements had not
the evening, to Port St. Joe. been completed at press time yes-
A program depicting the high- W. S. Smith was born in Santa terday afternoon. Interment will
lights of Cub Scouting will be pro- Barbara, Colifornia, the son of a be in Hol Hill Cemetery in Port
sented by the Cubs. newspaper man and he Iad been in be y
the profession all hn.. S.te.
All Cubs, and their families, are Funeral arrangements will be
'irged to attend. Smith was a member of the announced later.
4' American Legion for the past 35
years having joined in 1923. *Comforter. Funeral Home in Port
JUdge HUSband Is He is survived by his wife, Mrs. St. Joe is in charge of arrange-
Seeking Re-election Myrtice ,C. Smith of 1024 Wood-:ments.
County Judge Sam P. Husband
stated this week that he would seek
re-election to the office of County
Judge Husband is now serving
his first term ,having been elected
to office in 1956.
The Judge stated that he wished
to express his deepest appreciation
to all the people of Gulf County for
the privilege of having served
them during the three plus years
Cron Meets Local Campaign Workers
S ." <,4.
This will be 'oitevin's second be has held the office. He stated
try for election. He ran in this that as, soon as he was elected in
same district in 1956 and was de- 1956 he began to study to. prepare
feated by some 216 votes, himself for office and has continu-
Poitevint has lived in Port St. ed to study in an effort to better
Joe for 16 years. He is married and render justice and more efficient
has a son and a married daughter. Service to the people.
He is an employee of the St. Joe In asking re-election Judge Hus-
Paper Company. band stated that continuous study
Poitevint said 'that i elected he
will attempt to "give representation
on a county-wide basis. I feel that
if I am given an opportunity to
serve as County Commissioner, I
can serve the people well. I have
no strings attached to me and will
try to do a good job."
MAKES PRESIDENT'S CLUB-A. L. Hill, local representative of
Gulf Life Insurance Company, has qualified for his company's
President's Club conference in Hollywood Beach, May 19-22. A
leading sales and service record in 1959 qualified Mr. Hill for the
sessionss at which advanced underwriting ideas will' be presented.
This will be the second President's Club conference he has attend-
ed, Mr, Hill (left) is presented his President's Club Citation by
his district representative, (Star photo)
With Gas People
and the experience of one term .Ah I I A ul. ILel. iI rvey Is 5. U
behind him would better enable Natural Gas help all of us.
him to serve the people with more CARLTON and hs Mayor Sharit said that while he
efficiencyatles cost to thpeope CARLTON and his COHORTS in Gulf County pose for the camera at was in Washington he contacted MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE
efficiency at less cost to te people. the City Restaurant last Thursday morning. Carlton came through the Federal Power Commission as WILL MEET MONDAY
Port St. Joe last Thursday to meet his campaign workers and well to when Port St. Joe could expect The Gulf County Ministerial Al-
Last Rites Held wishers for his candidacy for the governorship. Above, left to right natural gas, since industry in this liance will meet March 7 at 10:00
S rW H are Dr. Harold Canning of Wewahitchka, Carlton, Frank Pate, local area was needing the fuel. The A.M. at the Presbyterian Manse.
For W Shira campaign manager and David Carl Gaskin of Wewahitchka. FPC head informed Sharit that the The wives of the ministers have
(Star ,photo) application had been made by the a special invitation to attend.
William Henry Shirah, 77, of
White City passed away Sunday Roy V. Harp .s
ng A.M.loV.Williams Announces Fith Bible Church Breaks Ground
lingering illness. School Board Candidate For Representative
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Jackie Shirah of White City; three
sons, James. R. of White City, Da-1 Roy V. Harper of White City this Ben C. Williams, age 46, of Port .. .
vid of Atlanta, Ga. and Willie H. week announced his candidacy for St. Joe qualified Tuesday with the. .
SMlledgevlle, Ga.; three daug the office of School Board Mem- Secretary of State to make his -
of Milledgeville, Ga.; three daugh- I ,. ,
ters, Miss Retta M. Shirah of At-'ber in Distrlict Two. Carter Ward third try at becoming elected Gulf -
lanta, Ga., Mrs. Mary Kearns, Oak of White City now holds -this post. County's Representative in the ... .
Grove and Mrs. Opal Etheredge of Harper is 42 years of age, is ar- Florida Legislature. [ ..
Oak Grove; three sisters, Mrs. Li- ned and has. four children. He has] Williams is married and has two .
brother, Ervin of Tallahassee and This is Harper's first quest for for all the people of Gulf County if
nine grandchildren, public office. he is elected.
Funeral services were held at rWilliams will be the only oppon-
8:30 A.M. Monday from the First Harper .said, "I am a sober man ent of incumbent Cecil G. Costin,
Baptist Church in White City with 'and if elected, I promise to be an Jr., who is seeking his fourth term
the Rev. C. A. Lundy, pastor, offi- active Board member." 'in the Legislature.
coating. Interment was at Cool -- -
Springs Cemetery in Sale City, Ga. WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Visitors From Miss. ..
Comforter Funeral Home of Port 'FRIDAY AT PRESBYTERIAN Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Jr.,
St. Joe was in charge of arrange- World Day of Prayer will be ob- and daughters from Moss Point, FAITH BIBLE CHURCH of Port St. Joe began clearing their newly
ements. sreved Friday, March 4 with ser- 'Miss., visited here last week end acquired lots at 20th Street and Marvin last Saturday. Plans are to
-----------__ __ vices to be held at the Presbyterian with Mrs. P. B. Fairley, Sr., and begin construction on the first unit of their building in the near
I STAR Want Ads Get Results Church at 3:00 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith. future.
Mayor to Confer
The Port St. Joe City Commis.
sion heard the third and final read.
ing of Ordinance 181X Tuesday
night at their regular meeting and
moved unanimously to .adopt it.
The Ordinance is the controver-
sial Ordinance that will change the
zone status of Monument Avenue
from Fifth to Tenth Streets. The
0-dinance provides for the West,
or Bay ide, of Monument between
t!'e-:e l-), points to be designated
an in1 J1*-trial and business- area.
Tb.- ui.:.site side of the street over
tir, einioe area is now designated
ais business district.
Ti[- Ordinance also designated
thi.- Vi"-t side of Baltzell Avenue
froi Fir rt to Fifth Street as busi-
o- ti. industrial area and Fifth
S~~i:t [rm Long to Knowles Ave-
nu,-.. a.- business district
,.'i .',,,.msioner Ellzey moved that
H ,I ,r'Juinance be amended to state
i-n., ii- Ordinance had been posted
in riti-- public locations and to
,.r .: th- date of all three readings
1iy rhi. Commission in the Ordin-
nm.- Mi,:..t Ordinances contain only
h- ,.. r. on which they are finally
Widening of Long
W. W. Barrier appeared before
the Commission and requested that
Long Avenue between First and
Fifth Streets be designated a 70-
foot street to provide space for
business traffic. Mayor Sharit stat-
ed that the measure was already
ander consideration by the Commis-
sion and that they would have to
contact property owners in 'he area
for the necessary deeds to widen
the street. Sharit told Barrier that
the Commission would pursue the
Mayor Sharit reported that the
City had agreed on a plan with ar-
chitect Norman P. Gross to provide
constant inspection of the hospital
expansion construction. The City
had already agreed with Gross to
pay :him one and a half percent for
his inspection of the construction.
The'architect and the city agreed
to pay equal shares of a salary for
'a full time inspector on the pro-
Post Office Dedication
Sharit reported that while he was
in Washington, D. C. last week he
Ihad invited Postmaster General Ar-
thur Summerfield to Port St. Joe
to dedicate the new post office in
Port St. Joe. Summerfield could
not come, but Sharit said that
Ralph Wills, executive assistant to
Summerfield would be in Port St.
Joe some time before April 15 to
dedicate the new building.
The Commission agreed to plan
A ip, lphrtn b n ti annnn
St. Joe Natural Gas Company but
that the Houston Company was not
pushing the application. Lack of
action by the Houston firm was
delaying the commitment of gas
for Port St. Joe.
Sharit said that he has contacted
F. E. Stanley, president of the
Houston Company and arranged a
meeting for this afternoon in Jack-
sonville to urge the Houston Com-
pany's action in the matter.
Tom Coldewey reported that the
Florida Power Corporation sla going
to spend four and a half million
dollars to .bring a high line to Port
St. Joe from the Suwannee River.
He stated that if the Mayor can
get assurance of gas for Port St.
Joe, they might spend the money
to build a generating plant in Port
St. Joe. The Mayor said that e
would use this information in his
meeting of today.
To Conduct City
The Long Avenue Baptist Church
and 'the First Baptist Church of
Port St. Joe, will take a Church
Community Survey of Port St. Joe
beginning next Sunday afternoon
and continuing through next week.
Every home will be contacted. The
information thus secured will be
,of the utmost importance to the
ministry of, *the churches to the
spiritual needs of our area. It is
hoped that every family will co-
This survey is not just for the
Baptist churches but the informa-
tion gathered will .be shared with
other denominations interested in
it and with any civic organization
that might desire it. It will contain
information regarding occupation
and length of time the family has
lived in this community in addition
to religious -status of each family.
If you prefer not to have some-
one to call on you or if you are
going to be out of town Sunday af-
t ernoon, on page four of this issue
of The Sitar is a copy of the Church
Community Survey card that will
be used by the surveyors Sunday
afternoon. Just clip this out of the
paper, fill it in, and leave it around
your door in a conspicuous place
and the Surveyors will pick it up
and will not have to talk to you
The cooperation of every person
of our town will be greatly apprec-
Miss ELAINE MUSSELWIrTE
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Musselwhite of Port St. Joe an-
nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their
daughter, Elaine, to Donald E. Laird, son of Mrs. Fred 0.
Baytes of Detroit, Michigan and Mr. M. C. Laird of Ft.
Miss Musselwhite is a graduate of Port St. Joe High
School and is presently employed by the St. Joseph Tele-
phone and Telegraph Company.
Mr. Laird is a graduate of Emma Sansom High School
of Gadsden, Alabama and is an employee of Vitro Corporation
The wedding will take place April 9 at 8:00 P.M. at the
Long Avenue Baptist Church. All friends and relatives of
the couple are invited.
Men's Long Sleeve Manhattan and Tru-Val
Our entire stock of men's sport shirts with values to $5.95
Now 2 for *$500
Some Shirts -----Now, 2 for $3
They Won't Last Long -- This Sale, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday Only
Look Over Our Greater Savings On
Men's Suits, Slacks and Sweaters
ALL REDUCED TO CLEAR
N MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
410 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-8171
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wimberly
announce the birth of a daughter,
Karen Ruth on February 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. WhitehurAt
announce the birth of a son, Jerry
Michael, Jr., on February 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Robinson
announce the birth of a daughter,
Sharon Annette on February 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Cread W. Mefford
announce the birth of a daughter,
Merrie Lee, on February 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Ramon D. Davis
announce the birth of a son, Rayr-
mond DeWayne on February 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Allen
announce the birth of a baby boy,
Mickle Dean on February 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Jolly an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Teresa Annette on February 22.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kelley an-
nounce the birth of a baby girl,
Tina Mae on February 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Fortner an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Teresa Lee on February 26.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Guests of DuBoses
Guests last week end of Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. DuBose were Mrs. W.
D. Chapman and G. S. Walker, niece
and brother-in-law of Mrs. DuBose.
WASH and WEAR
For Easy Care
Circle Number seven of-the First
Baiptist Church met Wednesday
r,.orning at th home of Mrs. Pope.
Fe-dley with six member; present
aid one new member. Tb-a meeting
wa's opened with the Lord's Prayer.
hdrs. Emory Robert-son presented
the program with the following
members taking part: Mrs. George
ravis, Mrs. Emory Roberc.s-r, Mrs.
irancis Kirkland, Mrs. Pop3 Fend-
le, Mrs. Owens and the new mem-
ber, Mrs. White.
After a short business session
the circle was dismissed with pray-
er by Mrs. White and all present
enjoyed coffee and cookies served
by the hostess.
The next meeting will ,be in the
iome of Mrs. George Davis, March
Baptist WMS Meets
At Church Monday
The First Baptist WMS nmet at
the Church Monday afternoon for
the regular business meeting.
The WMU president, Mrs. C. E.
Martin, gave the devotional from
James 1:9. The topic of the devo-
tional was, "What Our WMU
Means To Us". Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon
led in prayer.
The regular committee reports
were given and discussed.
The goal for the Annie Arm-
strong Week of Prayer offering was
given at $290.00.
Next Monday.at 3:00 p.m. will -be
the first Week of Prayer program.
KENNEDY ELECTRIC'S Hotpoint display is pictured above. Owner
Leo Kennedy (far right) explains, some ,point of his product to a
couple from Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Wall, brother of Charles
Wall of this city. (Star photo)
ROCHE DISPLAY-Mrs. W. C. Roche shows a new Frigidaire dish
washer to Mr. and Mrs. Gannon Buzzett (a fine view of Gannon
from the posterior). (Star photo)
Presbyterian Women To Conduct
Mission Study Program Saturday
This is the week to stretch our lic is cordially invited and every
minds and hearts. "If our hearts
are not 25,000 miles 'around, they
are not big enough". This is a week
to remember the need throughout
the world for our help in bringing
Christ to those who know Him not.
This is the time to stretch our
minds ,to follow the sun as it touch-
es the -earth in each successive
spot. Is Christ in this place? Is he
known here? Are His people yon-
der in need of 'encouragement that
only we can send? The God whose
power made us all, loves us all. We
must make Him known to all. We
are His witnesses. Are our hearts
now big enough?
The Presbyterian Church will
have the honor of hearing a mis-
sionary, just off the mission field
Saturday night, March 5. It will
'surely be interesting to hear of the
work that is being done and also
that which needs to be 'done in the
foreign -countries. This speaker is
Dr. IHerbert Codington who will
speak after a spaghetti supper
which begins at 7:00 ip.m. The pub-
,member is urged to come.
ATTEND FLOWER SHOW
Mrs. Ethel Bridges of Apalachi-
cola and Mrs. Fred Maddox at-
tended an advanced state-wide
fresher course for flower show jud-
ges in Orlando recently. New offi-
cers for the state wide group of
judges were installed at the meet-
ing. Mrs. Bridges was installed as
District Director for flower show
judges from District 2.
VITRO WIVES WILL
MEET WITH MRS. SUGGS
Wives of Vitro employees will
mee' with Mrs. David Suggs at
her home at 528 Eighth Street on
March 9 at 10:00 a.m.
All wives of Vitro employees are
urged and invited to attend.
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
Little Phyllis Thomason, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Blake Thoma-
One piece combed broadcloth
dress, narrow val lace dyed to
match, 'trims collar and cuffs.
Tiny tucks, -diagonal on front
bodice, self buttons march
down the front. Wash .and
wear for easy care by PRIS-
SY MISSY. Colors: Pink, Aqua,
Maise, Silverleaf Green, Dove
Brown. Sizes: 7-12.
The Bungalow Shop
1010 Palm Boulevard
DANLEY DISPLAY-Danley Salesman Austin Mallett gives the pitch
to Dave May in their Westinghouse booth at the Appliance Car-
nival. In the .background (right( is Bob Major and left is Herbert
Brown, both browsing. (Star photo)
,-" ,, ,,' ,:'' :
MODERN FURNITURE'S di-.play of .sial applhancc-1 is looked over
by Herbert Brown, left the moved around a bit) Mrs. Myron Keib-
ler (seated) and Mrs. George Anchors. (Star photo)
son, was the honoree at a birthday MRS. ROBERTS ATTENDS
party Saturday, February 27 at the ASSOCIATIONAL MEETING
Jack and Jill Kindergarten. Mrs. Claudie Roberts, Intermed-
Thirty-five of Phyllis' friends en- iate G. A. director of the Highland
joyed, games and the birthday re- View Baptist Church, attended the
freshments 'that were served, associational G. A. meeting held at
_ the Highland Park Church Monday.
Several of 'the Intermediate girls
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAr accompanied Mrs. Roberts.
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY
1 w EVELYN KEYES ;
SONNY TUFTS ROBERT STRAUSj
SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY
of the .
Richard EGAN Dorothy McGUIRE
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY
ST. JOE FURNITURE DISPLAY-St. Joe Furniture salesman Dwight
Moore, far right shows a Kelvinator range to a onlooker at the ap
place show last Friday night. Others in the picture, from left to
right are Bill Whaley, Grady Mims and Richard Saunders. Seated
at the table are Mrs. Bill Whaley (back to camera) and Mrs. L. E.
MeiyeIr. i .- phu,,.'
t+ie 'fAR, Pirt t. Joe, P'orlda THUFRSDAY, MARCH 3, 1960 relatives.
I Mrs. J. V. Cannington spent the
NEWS FROM campus reunion and youth rally In week in Tallahassee with her
ao Hacoda, Alabama last week where daughter, Mrs. Joe Daugherty and
Sover a 190 campers from South family.
By HAZEL CREAMER Alabama and West Florida had a
Phone 7-4976 wonderful day of Christian fellow- Highland View WMS met at
ship. Mike Birkner, a children's 3:00 p.m. Monday or a study of
Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Mizell and Bible mission director from Eliza-
daughter Sandie of Edgewood, bethtown, Tenn., was the mainly the leadership program opened
Maryland, are visiting this week speaker, who also showed a movie beis preading of the prayer cal-
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. of last year's camp. Rev. Milton endar and prayer led by Mrs. Claul-
J. A. Chestnut. Cutchin led the singing. die Roberts..rs. Phyllis Price was
Mr. and Mrs. James Wisliams and Mrs. Ruth Patton and son of Tal- y
daughters of Dothan, Ala., spe)lt lahassee spent the week end with The meeting was dismissed with
Sunday with their father and mo- her mother, Mrs. Sid Jones and lil sing the prayer song.
their, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Larimore. family. R. A. NEWS
PFC. and Mrs. Jimmie Griffin on e Mrs. Marjorie Cumnbie spent the The Highland View R. A. chap-
Fort Rucker, Ala., spent the week week end in Chipley with her fa- ter had their regular weekly meet-
end wth his parents, Mr. and Mr. their and mother-in-law, Mr. and ing at the Highland View Baptist
C. A. Griffin. Mrs. H. L. Rooks. Church Monday night. Ted Whit-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hewitt and
-the latter's mother, Mrs. J. W.
Wooten spent Wednesday and
Thursday in DeFuniak Springs
with their brother and son, Archie
Mrs. Willie Enfinger spent a few
days in Fort Walton with her
daughter, Mrs. Willard Cooper.
Gene Cox, accompanied by Miss
Priscilla Hedger and family of De-
Funiak Springs attended a CBM
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Whitaker and field opened the meeting with pra-y-
sons, Kenneth and Wendell of Boni- er and scripture reading. The pro-
fay and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell gram was entitled, "God's Plan".
and daughter Patricia of Parker vis- They also read a story named, "She
ited Mrs. Mae Creamer -and 'family Found the Answer". Those mem-
during the week end. bers present were Larry Branch,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs of James Keel, Ted Whitfield, Tommy
Parker spent Saturday with her Adams, Jerry Harbuck, Larry Rich-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griffin. ter and counselor Gene Cox. The
Mr. and Mrs. Hok eGlass and meeting was closed 'as the mem-
family visited in Blakeley, Ga., dur-'bers made -a "Fellowship Circle"
ing the week end with friends and and ,prayer for missionaries.
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ahead. Select your suit now from our complete
selection New patterns and fabrics.
Dacron and Wool Blends
Priced from $3911
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
410 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-8171.
Marion W. Radcliffe Nmed
rector of FPC Hme Service Dept.
Mrs. Marian W. Radcliffe has. Mrs. Radcliffe is a native of In
been named director of the home I diana where she attended the, Statb
service department of Florida University and Bloomington Busi.
Power Corporation, it has been an- ness College.
nounced by W. B. Shenk, vice presi-I As director of home service, thE
dent in charge of sales for, the will supervise the activities of I!
utility. She succeeds the late Mrs. ;home service advisors throughoutu
Amy Thompson, home service di- the 31 counties FPC serves. T.hi
rector for many years. department provides free informa
Mrs. Radcliffe has been assistant tion on 'all phases of electric
director of the department since homemaking, including kitchen
March and prior to that was a home planning, cooking, lighting, at
service advisor in Lake Wales. conditioning, wiring and the usE
During the 12 years she was in of appliances. The home service
Lake Wales, Mrs. Radcliffe was advisors are also available for d4e
active in civic affairs. serving as monstrations before school, church
president of the Business and Pro- club or other groups by calling the
fessional Women's Club and as a local Florida Power Corporatioi
member of the Board of Directors office.
of -the Pasison Play. She was also ___
a member -of the Lake Wales Li-
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.' scious and so
: ,' "'h,"..:. easy with no
'i., ".'-..., '" baking. All this
because the in-
-.* '. "'e 'non-fat dry milk
S'.". .. ... ... "-- you treasure for
I .. ., everyday drink-
,,. .- ing and cooking
whip! So out
-~ ..- .- 'and on with the
tals" way to de-
...,,:, ,J C r,.'l c.plC ,.n,,' Ti licious light-
'. .- :. : hearted desserts.
N O-BAKE CINNAMON CHEESE CAKE
(Makes 8-10 servings)
: package (3 ounces)
vanilla pudding mix
2 tablespoons (2 envelopes)
11/2 teaspoons cinnamon
2 cups water.
V2 cup sugar
2 egg yolks, sbghIly beaten
1 cup cream-style cottage
/2 cup instant non-fat
dry milk crystals
1/2 cup ice water
2 tablespoons lemon juice
/2z cup sugar
2 egg whites, stiffly beaten
Combine pudding mix, gelatin, cinnamon, 2 cups water, Y%
cup sugar and egg yolks in saucepan. Cook over low heat, stir-
ring constantly, until thickened. Cool thoroughly. Beat cottage
cheese until creamy. Add pudding mixture and continue beat-
ing until mixture is blended.
Combine instant crystals and ice water and whip. until soft
peaks form (3-4 minutes). Add lemon juice and continue whipr
ping, while gradually adding % cup sugar, until stiff peaks
form (3-4 minutes longer). Fold whipped instant 'crystals and
egg whites into pudding mixture. Pour into pan over crumb
mixture.* Chill until set (about 3 hours). Remove sides of
spring-form pan and garnish with maraschino cherries.
* Crumb Mixture: Blend % cup fine cinnamon graham.cracker
crumbs with 1 tablespoon sugar and 1 tablespoon melted butter.
kwess crumbs over bottom of 8-inch spring-.fon pan.
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Published by ;
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor ,
Associate Editors YOU-ALL Ro -1
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA. ,
PHONE BALL 7-4261 BOYLE8
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 JIMMY STEPHENS
Hear All About The Big Treasure
Hunt at BOYLES Department Store
Thurs., Fri. and Sat.. Dial WJOE
Dear Friends: tor Boyles Department Store
This morning in the headline of bara and Glenna having ree
a magazine ,the caption: "Be Cheer- added a new member of the
:ful, Listen Closely". A good thot ily a chirping, seed scatt
for 'the day, and while on this sub- parakeet which we call Robli
ject let's look a minute at the bie has already learned how. t
lighter side of 'selling: Voice over out of the cage alone and pe
the telephone at a local grocery himself on the light fixture
store: "I send my little son, James, the table during meals. (I,
to your store for five pounds of ap- warned the family of the:
ples, and I find on weighing ,them chance we're taking but no
that you only sent me 4% pounds." seems impressed!). The ,bird
'Grocer: "Madam, my scales are on contentedly.
regularly inspected and they are Since selling is our busine.
correct. Have you weighed yoWr lit- depart from birdland and tel
tie boy?" Clever shoppers, listen a thing or two about Boyles,
closely to this exciting news: increases that compare tfav
There's 14 carelessly hid and easy with Florida's growth. Just
to find Treasure Coupons in all da- new wash 'n wear white dress
Ipatments of Boyles Store that by Tulane for only $2.95. Then
will read "Treasure Coupons-Trea- at the. new 1960 Sunshine
sure Hunt Prize Free to 'ou". Shirts just unpacked, $1.95 ai
A useful, valuable, wearable item Why pay high prices when
will be listed it'll be yours for and quality merchandise is
being a clever, cash shopper in able at Boyles low cash p
Boyles, the home of bright, smiling Seems every ,time I looked a
Sunshine Values in Gulf County. last week Mrs. B. was coming
That's all there is to it, friends the rear with an armful of
'just come look, shop Save ling new dresses from Doris
and find a Treasure Hunt Prize. We son, Jolly Junior, Hope Reed
have one request only: Please don't Palmer, Mynette and so on '
.displace and disshevel the mer- dozens and dozens, of new I
chandise. It will not be necessary. styles. now .proudly hangi
Speaking of Booming Sunshine your inspection 'and action.
Florida did you know that it is es- Greenaway's for Tots to Teer
timated by a reliable source that also rolling in regularly. Oh, t
our state will lead all 50 in growth so, so much to tell you and
during the next 10 years Es- no -more space this week. RE
- timated population by 1960, 5,016,- ber, things are happening fas
000. Estimated 1970, 7,786,000; or furiously at Boyles .
55.2 per cent increase. Next is Alas-
ka with 45 per cent. When I read
this news I started immediately to Boyles Sunshine Cash Value
sharpen pencils and write orders
Sthe son of Mr. and Mrs. M. K Hurl-
Ken Hurlbut bualso of Port St. Joe.
Ken is -a sophomore -at the uni-
r Office varsity. He is majoring in a pre-
r a cr medical curriculum there. He is
not only active in the fraternity
Ken Hurlbut, of Port St. Joe wastive in the fraternity
but also in campus affairs.
elected recording secretary of
His other campus activities In-
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity at clude such organizations as Rho
the University of Alabama when it 'Alpha Tau, Freshman Advisory
held its elections recently. Ken is Council, and the Spirit Committee.
FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
PHONE BAli 7-8801
"Holding Forth the Word of Life"
Temporarily Meeting at the High School
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 P.M.
Holds your eye
like ith old Ha-oufelC all along, a keen respect for the Wide-Track
Pontiac's clean-cut beauty? World fashion authorities agree!
The International Fashion Council has just presented its
O .1960 Award for Outstanding Design to Pontiac! Shouldn't
one.opftheseeyec-atching, road-holding cars belong to you?
in, IntcnaLtonal Fi oCn Council, leading fahlion
authority reprcsonting 3naio nsw,.recently presented
ethi Aw-ard ft Outstanding Design to the 1960 Pontiac.
SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER... WHO ALSO SELLS GOODWILL USED CARS WITH MORE BARGAIN MILES PER DOLLAR
PORT ST. JOE FLORIDA
'Corner of Second St. and Mo-' -- ment Ave.
Corner of Second S'l. and Monument Ave.
Someone still has to pay for groceries
when your paycheck stops...
... and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family
protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan fea-
tures to help you do the job. Ask your Gulf Life
.JLF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Founded 1911 Home Office, Jacksonville, Florida
C. B. Greif, Jr.
O. M. Taylor
- at 3rd St.
Petroleum Council Elementary Lunch
To Meet Here Room Menu
Jacksonville-A meeting of the Port St. Joe Elementary School
Gulf County Petroleum Council Monday, March 7
will be held in Port St. Joe on Beef and vegetables, sliced to-
Thursday, March 10, 1960 at the matoes. cherry pie, white bread and
City Hall -at 10:00 am. Frank Pate, milk.
Shell Oil Company, is local chair- Tuesday, March 8
man of the Council. Roast pork, green butter beans,
celery sticks, rice, .grape jelly, hot
Agents, distributors, salesmen, rolls and milk.
service station operators, garage- Wednesday, March 9
men, dealers, truckers and many Hot dogs, potato salad, cabbage
others representing allied interests slaw, apple sauce, and milk.
will gather from every section of Thursday, March 10
the .count yto discuss matters of Thursday, March 10
vital importance to the motoring Lima beans with ham, frozen
vita I e t mustard greens, cheese wedges,
-public and the petroleum industry. t o esc n ed ,
An election of officers will be
INSIDE NEW CHURCH--Pictured above is an inside view of the new church auditorium
of the First Baptist Church in Port St. Joe. The picture was taken from the balcony in back
of the auditorium toward the pulpit. (Star photo)
FFS Begins Work
The Florida Forest Service has
Gulf County highway crew mne 'free of paper, cartons, cans, bottles, begun a much needed project at
have begun anothre round of pick- etc. These items which acumulate the Overstreet Tower site.
ing -up -after litter.bugs. Over the in the car and disposed of at home Work has been started on land-
-state the State Road Department or in cans placed for that purpose. escaping the site and foundations
spends a million dollars a year: Highways leading into cities are have been laid for the first house
picking up litter thrown from cars welcome mats to the town. Why to be built at the tower site. The
by thoughtless people. This million not helpeour welcome mat say to .project, when completed, will be
dollars could well be put to better tourists and to those looking for a two modern up to date houses.
use if litterbugs would be more spot to retire, "We take pride in'One house will be for a combina-
Tahre a 'our town. Come .on in and stay a tion towerman and assistant ran-
There are law prohibiting the ." ger. The second house will be for
throwing of litter and dumping of ithe ranger in the Overstreet area.
trash along th eroadways, but lit- This message comes from the
tle heawday can be made until each Roadside Beautification Committee Home 'From Hospital
individual assumes his own respon- of the Port St. Joe Garden Club, Mrs. Karl Marshall is home from
sibility for keeping the roadsides Mrs. Ralph Nance, chairman, a stay in the Municipal Hospital.
ae 1959 DAtY OUEN NATIONAL bVlOPMNT CO.E
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In Appreciation for Your Good Patronage in the Past, Dairy
Oueen Offers You These Specials
5 MILK SHAKES
Phone, BAII 7-7181
Frank H. Owen of Jacksonville,
Sceretary of the Florida Petroleum
Council will attend the session
and present a program which will
be of interest .to all who attend.
Officials of the group announced
there are no dues, fees or aasess-
ments in connection with the work
of the petroleum council. It is a
non-profit and non-political organi-
Every four minutes a cancer pa-
,tient is saved. The American Can-
cer Society points out many more
could be saved, if the disease were
Clagnosed and treated at the earli-
est possible time.
Friday, March 11
Tuna fish salad, English peas,
Ritz crackers, carrot sticks, ice
cream 'and milk.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this method of ex-
pressing my sincere appreciation
for the acts of kindness and the
lovely flowers which were sent-to
me during my recent stay at the
MRS. KARL MARSHALL
10 TO CHURCH SUNDAY
--dverttsln doesn't cost-It PAN
Advertising doesn't cost-Ist PAyV
'ii'i O"AA0 Oak kJoe, "Jorl 'HURO$s wrOAY, HMAROH S0 14
Sick. as a Dog?
It's handker-after handkerchief
You cough and sneeze and snort and sniff.
A cold has taken residence
In you, with vocal eloquence.
Now how to fight it, that's the question?
How to banish cold congestion?
It once was thought the cold went faster
When patient burned neathh mustard plate
Or choked above a steady stream
Of vapors from the kettle's steam.
Then came the capsule, pill and spray,
The rubs and drops .. each had its day.
As each went quietly out of date,
There still remained bicarbonate,
That ever faithful antidote
For stuffy nose and scratchy throat.
Now gargling with it helps to ease
Those roughened throats, and if you squeen
Some lemon juice and mix with water,
Add baking soda as you ought-e,'
Then drink this brew 'bout twice a day,
You'll drive your hound dog droops to bay.
S* CARD OF THANKS
Longs Entertain Th family of MrasSarah olln
,Perritt take this means of expres-
Church Choir in their sptreciation and thanks
for the many sympathetic thought
The Presbyterian Church choir and deeds and the many beautjful
and their families were the guests floral offerings given to her, our
of the C. W. Longs Saturday night. mother and grandmother. May God
A buffet dinner was served to the bless you for your thoughtfulness.
following: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Beard, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Perrltt
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mallet, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Perritt
and Mrs. R. D. Prows, Mr. and Mrs. and family
J. E. Perritt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bates and
Brown, and the Rev. and Mrs. Boyd family
Underwood and sons Ted and Bud-i Mrs. Coy Redd and family
Af u li iuwinal tuA
Honey makes oven treats something extra special. Left is honey Lread,
center honey blondies, and at right honey nut balls. Foreground, that
simple but incomparable taste treat---home baked bread with honey and
enjoyed singing with the accom-
paniment of the Long's new organ.
Everyone enjoyed the excellent
food and fellowship.
Midget Inmesmenta With
I Gia Retuhn
;, ..,iJvd4 ii
Birth Chris- Church Church Enrolled
Given Names or Initials Relation Date tian Member Name of Church Preference SS TU WMU Bre'hd
No. yrs. lived in community
No. yrs. lived in present location
ner ( )
Renter ( )
I transportation to worship service ( )
NOTE: If one member of family has different family name (e.g. mother-in-law), then write the
full name in column titled "given name".
'In "relation" column abbreviate: H for husband, W for wife, S for son, D for daughter,
MIL fo rmother-in-law, etc.
The Baptist Churches of Port St. Joe Area Thank You Most Cordially
For Your Friendly Cooperation.
Highway Crews Continue Expensive
Job of Cleaning After Litterbugs
butter. Who could blame the bees for buzz,-lth ese sweets? U i TO CHURCHl.B SUN W AY
Notice To Residents of Port St. Joe
The form below is a sample of the Family Card being used by the Baptist Churches of
our area on Sunday afternoon, March 6 in a Church Community Survey Program. Surveyors
will be visiting from house to house on Sunday afternoon asking for your cooperation in se-
curing the information. If you will be absent from home on Sunday afternoon will you PLEASE
fill out the form below and leave it at your front door for the surveyor. If you prefer not to be
disturbed will you please fill out the form below and leave it at your front door. This will be
$Z so uU
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C ADVERISI. .N.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. ttc
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished ap ar t -
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20
FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill.
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone
Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments
and cottages at Mexico Beach and
Beacon Hill. 1 to 3 bedroom from
$45 to -100 per month plus utilities.
Phone 9-1184 or see Mrs. Elizabeth
Thompson at Costin Cottages, Bea-
con Hill. 4t-1-7
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
on Fourth St. See Frank LeHardyk
or phone 7-8141. tfc-1-14)
FOR RENT: Houses. furnished and
unfurnished. $37.50 per month and
up. Call BAll 7-4156.
FOR LEASE: Building approKi-
mately 35 x 80 feet on Reid Ave-
nue in heart of business district.
Presently occupied by post office
and will be vacated around Febru-
ary '. Owners will give long term
lease and remodel to suit tenant.
Contact C. L. Costin.
FOR RENT: 2 unfurnished apart-
ments on 8th St. Phone 7-5084. 4tp
House at 214 Seventh St. $7,875.
3 bedroom house on 10th St.
2 bedroom house and all furni-
ture at Howard Creek, $4,750.
House at St. Joe Beach, $7,872.
2 houses in downtown Wewahit-
1 bedroom trailer, '51 model, $1,-
New 3 bedroom houses on Bell-
2 bedroom trailer, '56 model for
sale or rent with all accessories.
3 bedroom furnished house on
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
TRACTOR with operator. Plow or
disc garden or lawn. Reasonable.
Phone BAll 7-4881. 4tp-2-11
WANTED: Will buy old bottles
and relics in good condition.
Please advise condition and price.
Allan R. Curll, Box 146, Rt. 1, Nice-
ville, Fla. 10p-2-11
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. tfc
FREE GIFTS for Tupperware hos-
tess. As high as $10.00 to $15.00.
Tupperware can be won for having
S---- party. uall your 'Tupperware deali-
FOR SALE: 11 cu ft GE deep e', Josephine Smith, BAll 7-2520.
freeze. Good condition. $80.00. HOUSE WIRING and general re-
Phone 7-4211 tfc-2-18 pairing. Mexico Beach. Phone
FOR SALE: Building lot at St. Joe BAll 9-0124. 4tp-3-3
Beach and one at Beacon Hill. WANTED: 2,000 members for the
Contact Cihuck Gibson. 3tc-2-18 greatest voluntary organization
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser in the world. Contact Ted Cannon
with 65 hp metor. Sleeps two, at the Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy tor details.
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. 6. A. M.-Regular convocation of
MEXICO BEACH RENTALS St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
1 bedroom furnish# apts. $40.00 i., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
per mi.-Drn. 2 bedroom .furnished ing brothers welcome.
apts. '51.1. 0to $60.00 per month. David H. Jones, High Priest.
2, unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. Joel Lovett, Secretary
$50.00 per month. Residential and IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for saving money see us for anything
sale; good income,termsFICE youneed inyour me. STOP and
-MEXICO BEACH OFFICE SWAP SHOP.
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro. A
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta.. hour. Cut your lawn and let me
Panama City, Fla. worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
FOR SALE: Three bedroom, two on, Phone 7-7501.
.bathroom house near Elementary
School. Has living room and den. WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
Only $10,500. Terms. 3t-3-3 THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY ing first and third Thursday nights
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491 8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
FOR SALE: Large kerosene circu- SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
lasting heater and 50-gal. tank and 0. F.-Meets second and fourth
metal stand. Changing to gas heat. Thursday, 7:30 -p.m in American
W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward Ave- Legion Hall. All members urged to
nue. Phone BAll 7-3041. attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, 2 bath con. Secretary: Theo Bishop
create home at Mexico Beach. On-
ly 2 years old. Inquire at Catalina LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Restaurant, ball 9-1113. Itc Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Merchants Steering Committee Meets
To Set Plans For Year's Activities
At th firstt Steering Committee meeting of the Retail Merchant's3
Division of the Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce, chairman Ed Eeils
asked for the nomination and election of a vice-chairman and a secre-
tary. 0. C. Dykes was nominated and elected vice-chairman and Mrs.
Ethel Westbrook was nominated and elected secretary.
A discussion was held concern-
ing the budget to be formulated for mittee the workings of a commit-
the coming fiscal year and the com-
mittee as a whole decided that a
total of $700.00 would "probably be
sufficient to cover all activities.
Chairman Eells then called on
Glenn Boyles to explain to the corn-
Fourth St. Meeting night *very
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
POPE FENDLEY, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
MODERN NEW HOME
2 BDRMS. 1 V2 Baths
This lovely new home in beau-
tiful Mexico Beach has many
custom features not found in
the average home: Built-in
outlets for TV, phone, automa-
tic washer, dryer, gas or elec-
tric range; has heated bath-
rooms, large wardrobe closets
and many other desired extras.
A superb buy at only $9,875;
only $1500 down, $75 per mo.
(prin. and int.)
C. M. Parker, R. E.
Hlway 98 Mexico Beach
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The City Registration books will
open at 9:00 A.M. Wednesday,
March 16, 1960 at the office of the
City Clerk at the City Hall. Those
wishing to register as voters for the
Municipal Election primary to be
held on April 5, 1960 may register
-between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and
12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 P.M. to
5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday
and from 9:0( A.M. to 12:00 Noon
on Saturday, beginning March 16
and continuing through 12:00 O'-
Clock Noon, Saturday, March 26,
1960, at which time the registra-
tion books will close. All persons
who have registered as electors in
the City of Port St. Joe during the
1959 re-registration are not requir-
ed to re-register. Citizens of the
United States for the past year
and who have been residents of the
City of Port St. Joe for six months
and who are twenty-one years of
age are eligible for registration.
R. W. HENDERSON,
City Auditor and Clerk
We.' Have Moved
To Our New Location
(Corner Third Street and Williams Avenue)
We hope we have given you good service in the past and
we will strive to give you better service in the future from
our new location.
TOM and TOMMY
301 Williams Avenue Phone BAll 7-7741
tee similar to a Welcome Wagon
function, this committee to be nam-
ed at a later date for the purpose
of officially and personally welcom-
ing newcomers to Port St. Joe to
introduce them to the merchants
in Port St. Joe. The idea was well
received by the committee as a
whole and plans were made to put
.this project into effect in the next
two weeks with members of the
Merchant's Division taking part.
The chairman recognized Wayne
Buttram who talked of the feasi-
bility of securing new and addi-
tional Christmas decorations for
Port St. Joe. Buttram was appoint-
ed by the chairman to investigate
further into 'this matter to see
what progress could be made.
Buttram also suggested that the
merchants create internal interest
in the residents of the city by stag-
ing a merchandising fair -at some
later date over a two-day period.
Present at the meeting were di-
vision chairmen Ed Eells, 0. C.
Dykes, Mrs. Ethel Westbrook,
Wayne Buttram, Mrs. Mary Fuller,
Glenn Boyles and visitors Jesse
Stone and Bob Sidwoll.
LOCAL CAMPAIGN WORKERS
ATTEND RALLY FOR BRYANT
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dickens and
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pridgeon, Sr.,
attended the statewide rally for
Farris Bryant in Orlando on Feb-
ruary 20 as representatives from
This was the biggest event so
far in .the Farris Bryant for Gover-
nor campaign and was the kick-off
for his campaign.
It is estimated 'that more than
1,600 delegates attended this rally
at Orlando, which was held on Sat-
urday night in the Cherry Plaza
Mine Station Work
Explained To Rotary
Ira Hill Explains
L .... -"Marianna Plan"
Ira Hill' of Panama City explain-
ed the Kiwanis sponsored "Mar-
ianna Plan" to the local club at
their regular meeting Tuesday at
Church Attendance noon.
For February 28 The plan, in effect, provides adult
sponsors for boys released, rom
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH the Marianna Boys' School after
Sunday School 264 serving their term in that institu-
Sunday School 264 o
Training Union 125 tion.
Worship Services 450 Hill said, "for the most part the
__ ... boys are released back into the
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH same environment they were taken
Sunday School 166 out of and most of them need help
MYF 20! to remain on the straight and nar-
Worship Services ---------- 275 row".
The plan also paves the way fo'-
HIGHLAND VIEW BAPTIST homecoming of the ,boys, providing
Sunday School 110 ', schooling, a job, and a home to stay
Training Union 39 in if their own 'home is broken.
Worship Services -..--------.. 194 The club treasurer, Tom Also-
brook said that $1,251.08 had been
HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
Sunday School 42
Evening Fellowship ---------18
Worship Services ------- 75
ST. JAMES' EPISCOPAL
Church School 24
Young Churchmen 9
Worship Services 62
FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School 25
paid on the tennis court that the
club had just recently completed at
the Port St. Joe High School.
Guests of the club were John Har-
pold and Albert Ray from the High
School; Ralph O'Steen of Jackson.
ville and E. L. Brown of St. An-
Florida Power Has
yeasr period, Porter said, was t'A,
555 per oent increase in the amount
of taxes the utility pays. Last year
Florida Power Corporation paid
$14,642,390 in Federal, state and
local taxes, compared to $2,236,133
in 1949. During the same period,
homes served by FPC 'have more
than doubled the amount of electri-
city used. In 7949 the average home
used 1,931 kilowatt 'hours while in
1959, the average was 4,137 kwh for
an increase of 114 per cent.
Other increases for the 10 years
were: average number of custom-
ers, 136 per cent; number of em-
ployees, 87 per cent; generating ca-
pability, 331 per cent; investment
in electric plant, 367 per cent and
operating revenues, 284 per cent.
Cancer is the number two cause
of death from disease in America.
The American Cancer Society says
the number of deaths from this
disease could be greatly reduced
if every adult would have an .n-
nual health check-up.
This year, about 770,000 Ameri-
cans will be under medical care for
cancer, according to the American
Society. Many of them will be sav-
ed because of advances made in
diagnosis and treatment of the di-
Out of every six deaths from all.
causes in the United States, one is
caused by cancer, according to the
Worship Services 68 W
Worship Another year of outstanding American Cancer Society. Yet more
,I Another year of outstanding 'people are being saved from cancer
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST growth for Florida Power Corpor- each year through early diagnosis
Sunday School 179 action and the 31-county area it and prompt treatment.
Training Union 89 !serves was revealed in the utility's
Worship Services ----- 268 '1959 annual report, which was re- More progress has been made in
leased to stockholders this week, 'the last 20 years iX the understand-
Babe Ruth League according to R. G. Porter, FPC dis- ing of cancer than ever before ln
trict manager here. history says the American Cancer
Will Meet Monday During 1959 Florida Power spent Society. Nearly every branch of
$29,070,000 in its construction pro- medical science is now engaged in
The Babe Ruth League will meet gram for new generating plant, cancer research to find new cures
Monday night for its first meet- transmission and distribution lines, for the disease.
ing -of the season. The meeting will and related facilities, Porter said. ._
be 'held Monday, March 7 at 7:30 Also during th year, an Increase
pmn. n the Florida Power Corpor- of 20,404 customers brought the dvertisng doesn't costi PA'
ation Lounge. company's annual average up to,
Officers of ,the league extend ant261,716 customers. Operating reve-
invitation to everyone who is inter- nue for the year was $61,999,366. 1
ested in the program to attend and One of the highlights of 1959 em-
take part in planning the 1960 sea- phasized in the report was the com-
SonI pletion of the natural gas.pipeline
to the state. Florida Power Corpor-
ation is one of the largest users of
Hospital Auxiliary natural gas and was instrumental
in bringing it 'to Florida, not only
To0 Elect Officers for its own plants, -but also to pro-
vide a much-needed .additional
The Hospital Auxiliary will meet source of fuel for -industrial Flor-
next Wednesday, March 9 at 10:00 iida, according gto Porter. At pres-
a.m. in the Episcopal Parish House. ent FPC uses natural gas as 'a fuel SIN'. 1901
This is the Auxiliary's annual in six of its seven major generat-
meeting for hearing reports from ing plants.
committees. New officers will be An interesting feature of the re- Call Collect 3-4340
elected and installed at this meet- port is 'the "Ten Year Review" Tallahasse. Pia.
ing. which shows dramatic increases
rliU+ t ---C4ara S fbA TnJlng A -;nspas--+ea-e.
Guest speakers at the mee ng
Howell Lubnow of the Naval Northwest District Director of Hos-
Mine Defense Laboratories in Pan- pital Auxiliary As sociation of
ama City presented a talk on his iCrestview and Mrs. Kenneth Falvir.
interesting vocation at the Rotary All members are 'urged to attend.
Club meeting last Thursday. ____
Mr. Lubnow is in the business of
discovering how mines and torpe- Little Boys Baseball
does will behave under certain 0
conditions and how to defend Officer Roster Named
against them. At a meeting of the directors of
Lubnow said that mines were the Port St. Joe Little Boys' Base-
used in the Revolutionary War but ball League last week a new slate
were still an effective tool. "Cer- of officers for the coming season
tain mines make traveling in mta- was suggested by the nominating
ed waters very dangerous, even if committee and unanimously ac-
you know they are there". Even cepted as follows: Bill Cowden,
with the machinery and instruments president; Bob Ellzey, vice-presi-
of today, mines are still a weapon dent; Joe Parrott, Secretary; L. S.
to be reckoned with, Lubnow said. Bissett, Treasurer; Ralph Macom-
Mine sweeping, as defined by her, Player Agent and Roy Collins,
Lubnow is the act of trying to pro- Umpire-in-Chief.
vide the disturbance or environ- John Howard was appointed as
nent 'that will activate the mine purchasing agent for the league.
and till keep the mine-sweeper in Dates concerning the formation
one piece. This is the job of the of the season's program were set
Laboratory in Panama City. Dis- by the directors.
covering how this can be done., During the week of March 28,
Guest of the club was Buck Gor- birth certificates will be collect-
don of Maryland. ed and tryouts set/ Tryouts will be
-- held during the week of April 4.
The night of April 8, players will
S harks Are In be selected -by team managers.
April 9 will be the annual Little
Tourney This Week Boys Baseball barbecue and award
of trophies for last year's season.
The weeks of April 11 and 18
The Port St. Joe Sharks went in- will be practice time for the teams
to the Group I, Class A basketball in the league.
tournament in DeFuniak Springs On April 25 the sea-son will open
last night against Jay. The Sharks -with the first game.
are unseeded in the tournament. Teams in the league have not
Seeded in the tournament are, all been verified as yet, but it is
tMarianna, first; Chipley, second; expected that the league will be
Pensacola Tech, third and Milton, composed of 10 teams again this
If the Sharks won their game ____
last night, they will play Pensacola
Tech at 4:00 P.M., CST this after- Highland View
noon. If they win that game they thdi R
will go against the winner of the MethOdists Set Reviva
Choctawhatchee, Bonifay, Chipley
bracket at 8:30 P.M., CST Friday The Highland View Methodist
night. The finals will be at 8:00 Church will begin a series of re-
P.M., CST Saturday night. vival .services on March 21 to con-
Coach Marion Craig said that an tinue through March 25.
unseeded team has never won a The Rev. Clifford Abbott of Fair-
tournament in this area, "but we hope, Alabama will be the visiting
are going to DeFuniak Springs evangelist.
with the full Intention of making Rev. Abbott's friends in this sec-
history." tion will remember him from prior
B IJvJe rhuiF fhi.-
Greatest increase during the 10- i
MODERN NEW HOMES
In MEXICO BEACH
With deluxe custom features and many built-in extras.
Where else can you find such an array of modern con-
veniences for nicer living. See these new homes today.
2 and 3 BEDROOMS, 1 BATHSS
r Full ceramic tiled main bath
plus half bath
* Both bathrooms with ceiling
" Built-in telephone and TV
Built-in outlets for gas or
220V outlet for electric
* Large wardrobe closets in
* Ceramic -tiled window sills.
* Paneled dinette areas.
* Guest .closet and linen closet.
* Aluminum window units.
* 30 Gal. glass lined water
Extra amount kitchen cabi-
nets and sink top area.
* Built-in bread boards.
* Extra large storage-utility
Built-in outlets for automa-
Full concrete driveways.
12 foot wide carport.
Thermostatic heat control
Built-in garbage disposal
** Outlets for dishwasher.
** Hood with fan over range.
** Deluxe double edoor medi-
* City water.
* Paved streets and other ad-
vantages too numerous to
2 Bedroom Home ----------$9875.00
With custom and built-in features $1500 DOWN
as noted above. FHA-VA Terms Avail.
Other 2 Bedroom Homes Low as $5900
* In 3 bedroom homes only, but available in 2 bedroom at
MEXICO BEACH CORPORATION
C. R. PARKER, R. E.
PHONE BAll 9-1121
LIBPaDlsPsle~8~~I~B~ ~p-~--_~L__li--~' ~----C ----~rp-- ---I ~lpB
during the pazt dEecad-e.
ced his candidacy for Commission-
CAREY A. REAMS
-,r of Agriculture -for the State of
Reais ,a third generation iative-
born Floridian, is running for the
office currently 'held by Nathan
Mayo, slated to retire at the -. d
of his present term.
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr
For Fund Drive
All .divisions of the 286,700 Boy
Scout Development Fund Drive are
scheduled to begin active solicita-
tions during the next few days,
Crawford Rainwater, General Chair-
*man announced this week. The
funds are -needed to build a new
Scout Camp and Service Center to
meet the rapid growth of the Gulf
Coast Council, Boy Scouts of
Kick-off meetings will be held
throughout the 11 county Council
area, beginning with a Commercial
and Profesitonal breakfast at the
Seven Seas Restaurant in Panama
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
m-- CASH and CARRY -
Dry Glean & Press
PA N T S-----------pair 40c
C OATS-------- each 40c
S H I R T S------ each 40c
DR F S S ES ---------each 80c
COAT SUITS------each 80c
COATS, Long-------each 80c
CAR COATS--- each 60c
--- ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Laundry & Cleaners
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, RIorida THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1960
J. Frank Adams Minutes of the
Seeks Reelection oo CoMM ,
State Attorney J. Frank Adams WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
FEBRUARY 23, 1960
of Blountstown, this week announ- The Board of County Commis-
ced his candidacy for re-election to sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met
the office of State Attorney for the this .date in regular session with
14th Judicial Circuit. the following members present: E.
C. Harden, Sr., chairman; Coleman
Adams qualified last Tuesday W. Tharpe, A J Strickland, G S
with the Secretary of State in Tal- Croxton and George W Cooper. The
lahassee as a candidate for the Clerlt, Sheriff, Roaid Superinten-
State Attorney of the circuit which dent, Mosquito Control Supervisor,
Engineer and Attorney were also
includes Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Jack- present,
son, Holmes and Washington Coun- The meeting came to order at
ties. He pledged, if re-elected to 6:30 pm.
the office which he has held f.,r The City of Port St. Joe request-
ed by letter, that the County re-
the last two terms, the contumead quest the State Road Deporament
impartial administration of the of- to ,provide for curb, gutter and side-
f:ce with honest, diligent and im- walks on -each side of 20th Street
partial service. In his announce- between Long and, Forest Park Ave-
nue in the $850,000.00 construction
ment, he said, "During my tenure program.
of office I have endeavored to juG- E. T. Pridgeon, Sr, appeared be-
tify and merit the confidence the fore the Board- on behalf of the
people have placed in me as chief above request and explained why
prosecuting officer of the 14th Judi- this project is so badly needed.
Arosecutingter much discussion, there was
cial Circuit." a motion by Commissioner Tharpe,
A .native of Jackson County, the seconded by Commissioner *Cooper
51-year-old State Attorney has re- and unanimously carried, that the
sided within the 14th Judicial Cir- State Road Department be request-
sided within the 14th Judcal ed to provide for curb, gutter and
cult all his life with the exception sidewalks on each side of 20th St.
of 26 months spent in the armed between Long Avenue and Forest
forces and has devoted 26 years to IPark- Avenue, when this street is
public service haing represented paved ,under the $850,000 bond is-
public service having represented sue construction program.
Calhoun County in the '37 and '39 The Board received quotation
sessions of the legislature and the from the Pridgeon Agency for in-
25th Senatorial District in the '41 surance on the contents of the two,
and 43sessionsserving as Natin-Health Ceters, to-wit: Port St. Joe
and sessions, serving as Nation- Center, $6,500 at $21.27 and the
al Democratic Committeeman, four Wewahitchka center, $5,000.00 at
years as Assistant State Attorney $13.40. After discussion, there was
of the 14th Judicial Circuit and is a motion by Commissioner Strick-
no serving on the last yearof land, seconded by Commissioner
no serving on the last year of his Croxton and duly carried, that he
second term as State Attornye. above insurance be rewritten by
He is married and the father of the Pridgeon Agency
one son and one daughter. He is ac- C. E. Daniell, Misquito Control
tive in church, civic and fraternal Supervisor, told the Board that his
Front end loader is out of operation
affairs. He promises that if re- because the piston rod has come
elected to the high. office of. State ,through the block assembly, which
Attorney, he will honestly endea- has completely ruined the inner
vor to conduct himself .and the af- parts of the engine. After lengthy
-discussion, there was a motion by
fairs of the office in such a way Commissioner Strickland, seconded
that he will merit and justify the by Commissioner Croxton, and una-
confidence heretofore depressed by nimously Carried, that the County
the people. advertise for bids on one front end
the people. loaded rfor the Mosquito Control De-
partment; to be paid for with State
Funds; bids to be received on
Reams Announces March 9, 1960,t 9:00 am; the
present loader to be traded as a
SC down payment; the balance to be
F or Cabinef POS paid in three equal payments be-
coming due on or before February
I'"AITLAND, FLA. Carey R. 15, 1961, 1962 and 1963.
AITLAND, FLA. Carey R. pThere being no further business
Reams;founder and owner of the o, come before the Board, the
International Agricultural Labora- meeting did then adjourn.
st ~ -o of Maitlandl formally announ- ATTEST:
BALLARD or PILLSBURY (Limit 5) CAN
CHARMING -- 60 COUNT
CARNATION DRY 3 QT. PKG.
ARMOUR'S 3 LB. CAN
5 LB. BAG CORN
Milled Especially for Piggly Wiggly by Dykes Feed and Grist Mill,
(Limit 4 Lbs.)
U. S. GOOD HEAVY BEEF -
U. S. Good Heavy Beef Steaks
SIRLOI 0 N -- ----- lb. 79c
RED TOKAY LB.
(KING PHARR, NO. 303 CAN 4 FOR
MaUtard, Turnips, Collards' 4 for 39c
PLYMOUTH -- V2 GAL.
FROSTY ACRES FROZEN
E "E EI [A LES
U. S. Good Heavy Beef Roast
CHUCK ROAST--- -----lb. 39c
RUMP RO AST (bone in) Ib. 59c
U. S. Good Heavy Beef Stew
BRISKET STEW l---- b. 29c
R I B STE W -----------lb. 39c
ALL LEAN MEAT ---b.69c
FRESH GROUND 3 LBS.
BEEF $p 1.19
5 PKGS. 1
5 LB; BAG WHITE GOLD
GRADE 'A' LG. FLA. 2 DOZ.
I '=? PLYMOUTH QUART JAR
BRINGS YOU MORE
NO. 1 CAN
Specials for MARCH 3, 4 and 5
Port St. Joe, Fla.
Port St. Joe
LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
Now is the time to march down to your IGA
FOOD STORE and pick out the items you will need
for your family Lenten meals. You'll enjoy IGA's
big Lenten SAVINGS with row upon row of items
to choose from.
IGA's always available, quick, efficient check
out assures you of faster service day in and day out.
Size up the IGA situation today and enjoy your
THIS WEEK'S "NEAT. TIP"...
Put bread dough to rise in a large plastic bag. Dough
. will not stick to bag, and no crust will form, since bread dough
will remain moist in the plastic bag.
ALLEN with TOMATO SAUCE
3 lAFM y
Maxwell House, Reg. or Drip (With $5.00 Order or More)
HOLSOM STUFFED THROWN
1 1-8 Oz. Bottle
MAYFIELD CREAM No. 303 Can
KING COLE YELLOW -- NO. 2V2 CAN
MARGARET HOLMES -- NO. 2 CAN
LITTLE CROW -- NO. 303 CAN
FRESH CORN FED FIRST CUT
TABLERITE GROUND (With $5.00 Order or More)
TJl Bone S TE AK
SWIFT'S SWEET RASHER
Tablerite Beef RUMP ROAST
TABLERITE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF ROAST
TABLERITE BEEF LB.
ROUND STEAK lb. 85c
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Judy Fensom MakesSnowballs
Columbia, Miss.-"Let's make Pictured here are Judy Fensom,
some snowballs!" say Stephene daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S
College students as a new snow- Fensom, Port St. Joe; Penny
fall blankets the 250-acre cam- Hicks, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
pus at Columbia, Missouri. West- Thomas Hicks, Jr., Apalachi-
or and southern students take cola and M a r g a ret Holland,
advantagee of the rare opportunityter o Dr. and Mra. Frand
by never missing a change to ro- augter of Dr. and Mrs. ans
iHe in the snow and to butld gan- Turner Holland of Tall ee
tic snowmen outside their dormi. All three girls are first ysar Stu-
tories, dents at the girl' coll*ee.
FOOD, PENNY FOR PENNY
Save on your family food budget by serving
nutritious milk with every meal. You never out-
grow your need for milk. Serve it today.
"Gulf CeWty's Only Milk Produce'
BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS
Phone NBwton 9-4383 (Collect) Wewahltohka, Fl,
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
COMPLETE PHOTO SERVICE
MOVIE FILM BLACK and WHITE COLOR
!, FAST QUALITY ROLL FILM SERVICE
. 104 Bayview Drive Phone 7-8681 Highland View, Fla.
TOO LA7 TO
By RUSSELL KAY
The 1960 All American Family
Search will got under way shortly.
Mrs. R. L. Schaoht, prominent club-
woman of Orlando, of the Ameri-
can Home Department of the Flor-
ida Federation of Women's Clubs,
has been named chairman of the
Search Committee. The appoint-
ment was announced by Mrs. C. L.
Messer of Vero Beach, State Fed-
Stressing the theme, "Family
Unity for a Better Community,"
the nationwide search for the coun-
try's most representative family Is
being conducted by the Grolier So-
ciety, !publishers of the Book
Also participating are the Na-
tional Conference of Christiana and
cept Calhoun, while working his local, state and American Bar Al-
way through law school. He was eooiatlons, and is a member of the
Reelection to Bench
On Tuesday, February 16, Circuit
Judge Robert L. MCerary, Jr., of
Marianna, qualified with the Secre-
tary of State as a candidate for
Circuit Judge in Group 1, of the
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit.
Judge McCrary is completing the
unexpired term of Judge E. C.
Welch, who resigned last year, and
is now asking for a full term as Cir-
He is a life-long resident of
Jackson County, and has lived in
all of the counties in his Circuit, ex-
was elected president tof the Flor-
ida County Judge's Association. He
has also served as state president
of the Juvenile Judges Association.
He was unopposed during the three
terms he served as County Judge.
Judge McCrary is active In
church, civic and fraternal affairs.
Nomination forms have been dis- Jews, Gir l olubs o fAmeriuca, oB- He has served as president of the
tribute throughout Florida as well reau of Advertising, American Marianna Kiwanis Club; Exalted
as all other states and the District Newspaper Publishers Association Ruler of the Marianna Elks Club
of Columbia. A national screening and the National Recreation Assoc- for two different terms and has al-
committee will review millions of iation. so serve das president and secre-
nominations beginning April 15. National sponsors for the search tary-treasurer of the Fourteenth
After careful evaluation, Mrs. include the Westinghouse Electric Judicial Circuit Bar Association.
Schacht and her committee will re- Corporation, Owens-Corning Fiber- He Is presently a member of the
Iceive the names of Florida' most glass Corporation, and the Stude-
representative families who have baker Lark. Among the awards .tee, 575 Lexington Avenue, New
been nominated by local clubs and which the All American Family will York 22, N. Y.
organizations throughout the state, receive are a Westinghouse total The American Family is the bul-
then with final check-out on their Electric Gold Medallion Home at wark of the nation's strength and
qualifications ,the state screening Lehigh Acres, Florida; a complete it is the purpose of the contest to
committee will choose tree famil- 102 volume Grolier Library and a spotlight the Importance of family
les, and one of these families will four-door Studebaker Lark station life to the national welfare.
be officially named as Florida's wagon. it is fitting that the All American
candidate for the national contest. The nationwide event, with the Family should be awarded a home
The search will culminate at Le- final selection of the winning fam- in Florida for no state in the un-
high Acres in May where Florida's ily and the awards being made in ion has more to offer for a com-
representatlve family will join the Florida will attract nationwide pub- plete and happy family life.
50 other families selected to com- licity as a representative family
paet for ,the national honors. Fol- from each state in the ualon will
lowing a week of intensive semin- come to this state for the final
ara and special events, a board of judging and awarding of prizes.
distriguished judges will select the Nomination forms or the family .
1960 All Ameritea Family. of your choice may be obtained
Among the organiaztions that are from any local dealer of the na-
eooperating la the search are .he tonal sponaors named above, fron
General Federation of Women's the Search Committee of The Flor-
Olubs, the Unite dStatea Depart- ida Federation of Womea'p Clabs
mont of Defense, Army, Navy, Air or by writing direct to the Ail **N *
Force and Marine Corps and Ki- American Family Search Commit- lF IS M
U IoailI fI-am ,lsm M a a sm
You Are Cordially Invited To AMend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP .. 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UL'GN -__ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP -_ 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wsdasday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Laon Avenue end 16th Street
Air Bndtt!oned For Your Comfort
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.
C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"
I -_ t -CL_ 1~ 13 ~~ ~L U
THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
WELCOMES YOU --
4UNDAY SCHOOL 4:4 AXM.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE KNDRAYVO 6:80 P.M.
UNTANGELISTIC SERVICE .&: 00 P.M.
PRATER MEETINQ G-- 5:00 P.M. (Wediesday)
BIBLE STUDY 5:00 P.M. (Prt4y)
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor
American Legion, VFW and Ma-
He served with the 101st Air-
borne Division for four years dur-
ltg World War II and participated
in the invasions of Normandy and
Holland. He was also with the Divi-
sion at the time it was surrounded
in Bastogne during the Battle >f
Judge McCrary said:
"I am asking for the opportunity
to serve a full term as your Circuit
SJudge, on the basis of over 11 years
I realize that it is a most impor-
tant position to sit I judgment up-
on your fellow man and I have < u-
died hard to prepare for and to
learn the duties, obligations and
responsibilities of a Circuit Judge.
I have always tried to be a pa-
tient sympathetic and -understand-
ing Judge, and I will continue in
this same manner, by deciding each
case on its merits and by giving
all persons fair, just and impartial
consideration and an opportunity
to be heard. I will continue to hear
patiently, consider diligently and
decide justly all cases that are
brought before me.
I sincerely hope that my conduct
as one of your Circuit Judges has
met with your approval and that
the people of this Circuit will give
me this opportunity to continue to
serve as their Circuit Judge."
30 TO CHURCH SUNBAV
This issue of
made by mea
born in Graceville, in 1915, finish-
ed high school there and received
his law degree from the University
of Florida in 19838.
He married Allean Tindel, of
graceville, and they have .three
children: two girls, ages 13 and
four and a boy, age 11.,
Judge McCrary served as County
Judge of Jackson County from 1949
to 1959, and while County Judge
subordinate debentures is offered
of Florida only. The offering is
ns of the official prospectus.
The Commonwealth Corroration
.... Tallahassee, Florida
7% Subordinated Capital Debentures
Due December 1, 1969
$100 and $500 Certificates With Interest Coupons
priced At Par Plus Accrued Interest
You are Invited to ask for a prospectus describing these de-
bentures and the Corporation's business. A copy will be
sent at your request by letter, telephone, or by returning
the coupon below.
.. . .. . .. . ------------------_-- - -- - ----
To: The Commonwealth Corporation
Commonwealth Building, 306 South Duval Street
Please send a copy of your prospectus concerning the issue of 10-year, 7%
Subordinate Capital Debentures to:
A address: ....................................................................................................
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THE STAR, Port Gt. Joe, Florida.
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1960
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Work Shoes -----$4.95
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
The spoken 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.
Williams, Jr., Sarasota, Southern
Luther Parrott division manager. Parrott replaces
ts P W. L. Lawrence, Jr., who was ,trans-
Gets Prom option ferred to Sarasota as district com-
Luther C. Parrott, formerly of mercial manager.
Port St. Joe .has been sam'ed com- A native Kentuckian, Parrott was
mercial manager of the Bradenton educated in 'the public schools in
district of General Telephone Com- Port St. Joe. He is a graduate of
pany of Florida, according to E. L. the University of Florida.
I Port St. Joe
Citizens f federal au
and Loan 9 c;a0nfl01 Port ast.
Earn full 4 months
profit June 30th
The new telephone official serv- Scouters Planning Summer Camp For
.ed with ,the Navy during the Ko- *
,rean War. He came to Bradenton Area Scouts T Be Located Near De Funiak
from West Palm Beach, where he
This. drawing shows a portion of J To
the waterfront at the proposed Boy SJPC I nvited To
Telephone Scout camp to be located six miles
BAIl 7-4646 west of DeFuniak Springs. Attend institute
Swimming and boating ,including
canoeing will -be highlights of the ORONO, Me.-The St. Joe Paper
S T new Scout Camp. The Gulf Coast Company of Port St. Joe, has been
Council, Boy Scouts .of America, invited to enroll some of its key
Jo plans 'to construct a -dam six hun- personnel in the first Summer In-
e dred feet long, to create a .37 acre stitute for the Pulp and Paper In-
lake .enabling the Scouts to offer dustry which will be held at the
all types .of waterfront activities. University of Maine from July 11
Construction on the dam will begin to August 19.
this spring.The Institute, sponsored by the
The above drawing shows a typi-. University of Maine Pulp -and Pa-
,, "F"' io desi ned to a om-m. er Foundation and Maine's State
MRS. NoRA BEASLEY, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer
M8:. BETTY LEWIS, Teller
C. J. STEVENS, JR., Manager
Is An Exacting Science, T o
Let's take an example. Do you know
that YOU can be SUEDI Someone may
have an accident on property you own
That someone can sue you, his claim can
WIPE YOU OUT unless you're pro-
AT A MINIMU'i COST
I Tomlinson Insurance 8
403 Monument Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida I
date .all swimmers with a maximum
of safety. The water depth from
the shore to the first cross pier is
shallow for the new swimmers. In-
termediate swimmers will swim be-
tween the two cross piers in water
about six feet deep. The roped off
area farther out in the lake is deep-
er.for the .most advanced swimmers
University, is designed "to broad-
en the technical and management
training of key personnel that they
may be more valuable members of
the company organization."
Two three-week programs will' be
offered. The first, from July 11 to
29, will include Pulp Technology
and all .phases of Pulp Manufac-
ture and Testing. with a course in
The Boy Scout Development Instrumentation as an alternate for
Fund is currently campaigning for the 'latter. The second will run
$286,700 for the development of this from August 1 through 19, and will
new camp and -a Service Center. include Paper Technology Theory,
This drive is takingplace in eleven and Paper Manufacture and Test-
counties in north western Florida ing. Here again, a course in Instru-
and southern Alabama. It is expect- mentation may be substituted.
ed to finish during the last week Enrollment in both programs
of March. will be limited.
Caucus in Quincy
By BO WILLIAMS
The Port St. Joe High School
Student Council sent two delegates
and a sponsor to Quincy to attend
the first District One caucus.
The purpose of the Caucus wits
to decide who to vote for at the
State Student Council Convention
for vice-president and secretary-
Bay High and Dixie County want-
ed the District to vote a block vote
for each. Dixie County didn't show
up ,so it was decided to vote for
Bay High. Leon High wanted ,the
District vote for secretary-treasur-
er and it was decided to vote a
block for them.
Those attending the Caucus were
Richard Thompson, Bo Williams
and James Moore, 'the sponsor.
Cancer will strike in approxi-
mately two of three American
families. The American Cancer
Society says that the best protec-
ition against possible death from
cancer is an annual health check-
was business office manager of
Southern Bell Telephone Company.
In his new. position, Parrott will
be in charge of all telephone busi,
ness operations and customer rela-
tions for Florida General through-
out Manatee County.
We have It! Amaz-
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ST. JAMES' CHURCH
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Vicar
The First Sunday in Lent, March
6, 7:30 a.m., The Celebration of the
Holy Eucharist. 0:45 a.m., The
Church School. 11:00 a.m., The Cel-
ebration of the Holy Eucharist and
sermon. This is our family service.
Please attend the Celebration as
families and bring the children to
the altar for the Church's blessing.
that gets around.,
3 to 6x,
7 to 14,,
CINDERELLA sends her
to Easter parties...in a
whirl of full-skirted cotto~ms
Dressed upwith lace
embroidery and lots
tucks. From our
Shirley Temple e .
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for your costumte-conscious seasonS...
houndstooth checks for a textured cotton-and-rayon contoured
jacket, double-breasted and wearing fashion's new wide collar
and elbow sleeves.., over a shape-making sheath of rayon and'
Dacron polyester with detachable buttoned tab collar. Sand,
Antelope or black. Sizes 10-18.
THE PINAFORE LOOK IN NO-IRON COTTON
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PUBLISHED BY PARENTS' MAGAZINE
Left: One-piece "pinafore" dress has sheer dimity sleeves,
collar and yoke trim. Lace accents the shoulder flares, col-
lar and skirt smocking. Babe sizes 6, 12, 18 mos. Pink or
seafoam. 2.98 to 798
Right: Baby-soft pastel cotton batiste with permanent
finish white organdy overskirt and loose overyoke trimmed
with dainty lace and chain embroidery. Embroidered skirt
motif. Babe sizes 6, 12 18 mos. In pink or blue 2.98 to 798
Just two from our collection of fine no-iron cottons for babes,
styled with all the charm for which Nannette is famous.
S-U R E
rHE STAR. Port St. Jo, Pla. THUiRSDAY, MAROH 1980
6:30 p.m., The Episcopal Young Beware of "secret recipes" for
Churchmen. 7:00 p.m., (CST) The .curing cancer, the American Can-
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist cer Society warns. Drugs are used
and sermon at St. John's Church, to ease pain and prolong life, but
Wewahitchka. no compound has yet been found
The public is cordially invited to to cure the disease. Surgery and
worship with us and is assured of radiation are still the only means
a warm welcome. ,of saving life from cancer.
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S--- VOt rs Ie W ho a t egistered Iv rtte, ymon F. M ay, David B.: May, Betty Otto A.; Mazo-I TE STAR, ot i. Joe, loridai
VLo i t In e FOorbis, iva Blanche; Forbis, Fred. e Ernest C; Morrison, John P.
Gilbert. S. H.. Gilbert, Willard P.; McCalvin, Emmett E.; McCalvin, Shirley
S- -Graves, Samuel M., Sr. H.; McGowan, Clayton A.; McGowan, Addie delivery of the documents; upon
he TO VOTERS WHO HAVE FAILED TO John S.; CoHarris John B., Jr.; Harrison, Jim; Haw- G.; MKinnon, Howard L.; McKinnon, Helen return of all documents in good
OM EPL E S 0 fB RETURN THEIR CHECKING CARDS V. Johnson, William M. Norris, Grace Eloise; Odom, Wanda Ruth. Condition Within less than ten (10)
Please check this list to see if your Darley, Alice C.; Darley, Ervin S. MeKnight, Mursie D.; McCalvin, Herman Parker, Mary Ani; Parker, Sammy C.. days after date of the opening of
name is on it. If so, do not neglect to Faison, Pattie Lee; Freeman, Lottie Mae. F.; McOardle, James D.; McCardle, June C. Parker, Marion F.; Pate, Senie A.; Philyaw, bids.
cheek with the office before April 2. Galloway, William; Gay, Vergie L.; Gort- Mahan, Johnnie B.; Mahan, Altha J. Sarah C.; Phurrough, Arthur J.; Pitts, Cashier's check, Certified Check
I.--., The registration books will close then man, Verna C.; Gortman, Lester L.; Gray, Nance, Sarah A.; Newkirk, Timothy. 'Elizabeth T.; Pitts, Mitchell; Prim, Harold
'7 ; and it will be too late. .Albert; Gray, Sarah; Green, Sieve R.; Oakes, Winnie B. L.; Prim, Jacqueline E.; Purtell, Mary El- O; Bid Bond for not less than 5%
r;;1 have had quite a few returned unclaimed, Griffin, Jesse; Grimes, Robert A.; Grimes, Pennington, Gerald E.; Perma, George J.; len; Pyle, Margaret J.; Pyle, Otis R. of .the amount of the bid must ac-
because of the wrong address. Many have Sarah J. Perma, Doris H.. I Ramsey, Paul E.; Ramsey, Bobby Lee;
-'._'. I not been returned, a few have been re- Hall, Oscar A.; Hall, Elbert. Hall, Kath- Reed, Patterson. Riley, Cleveland; Rob- Rasmussen, William M.; Rhodes, Fred L.; company each proposal.
turned with no signatures. erine; Harper, Verlie J.; Harper, Buell H.; inson, Bobby J. Rhodes, Gloria A.; Richardson, Virginia C.; Performance, Labor and Material
MILS. C. G. RISH, Harris, Joel A.; Hayes, Lillian H.; Hayes, Williams, Elzie; Williams, B. R.; Wil- Robertson, Edward W.; Rudd, Lloyd L.; Bond and Workman's Compensation
/ Supervisor of Registration Earl M.; Hysmith, James A.; Hysmith, Ed- liams, Allie V.; Woulard, Fred. Rudd, Marie S.; Rutch, Charles. Insurance will be required of the
PRECINCT NO. 1 ward E.; Hysmith, Marian V.. Hysmith, Ed. Young, Mose. Simmons, William B.; Simpson, John T. Insurance will be required of the
Armstrong, William C.; Armstrong, Sarah King, Henry; Kirkland, James R.; PRECINCT NO. S Jr.; Smith, Martha H.; Smith, David W.; successful bidder.
S- Ash, William (Jock); Ash, Minnie. Knowles, Belle W.; Knowles, Robert F. Addison, Arthur; Allen, Irene; Arnette, Smith, Anna K.; Snell, James M.; Suber, Right is reserved to reject any
-- Baxter, Lonnie; Bonneau, Marilyn M.; Layfield, Rosie Lee; Layfield, Leroy; David C., Jr.; Arnette, Vonice L.; Avant, George F., Jr.; Suber, Dorothy J
1 Bonneau, Joseph E.; Burnham, Walter B. Lester, Ida J.; Lester, Billy Frank; Lollie, Willie E. Taylor, Rachel M.; Taylor, Melvert H.; or all proposals, and wale techni-
Capps, Mary E.; Cain, Maude L.. Car- Joe; Lollie, Mary. Baker, Gladys Mae; Baker, Robert J.; Tharpe, Frances; Tharpe, W. L.; Trawick, calities.
-ter, Louie E.; Chumney, Susie E.; Cumbie, Melvin, Murry Price; Moffett, Willie J.; Bass, Ruby L.; Barnwell, Luvenia; Battles, 'Robert H. No bidder may withdraw his id
e h "- I. m--- Rmry Mo Morris, Lonnie S. Estella; Bennett, Willie I.; Bennett, Idella; Wakefield, Mamie K.; Wakefield, Arthur a period o
irench, Lehamn R. Patrick, Shirley Ann; Price, Evelyn S.; Betton, Frank; Bergeron, Louis C.; Black- p .; Westbrook, Mary L.; Whitehurst, Rebe- for a period of thirty (30) days a-
It's surprising how many of us Gortman, Charlie C.; Gortman, Sybol E.; Price, Charlie W. burn, Albert T.; Bonner, Babe Ruth; Bor- ca; Whitehurst, James W.; Wimberly, Ruby ter date set for opening thereof.
Itssul work against our doc- Guffey, Clea; CoGuffey, James Rouse, Viella ders, Willie, Jr.; Bowlin, Vivian R.; Bow- M.; Witt, Sarah R; Witt, Nell K.; Wood, THOMAS A. OWENS, Supt.
unconsciously work against our doc- Hancock, Russell E ; Harris, Clara R.; Slay, James W.; Starling, Tommie Jean; lin, Lavone C.; Brown, Manson; Bryant, Stella G. h bi
tors. His purpose is to safeguard Hill, Obie E.; Hill, Clara H.; Hoker, Ar- Swaringen, Claude K.; Swaringen, Mary W. Robert C.; Colbert, Auzie; Coley. Tredwell; Yates, Annie C. The Board of Public
our health and yet. we sometimes thur L.. Hoker, Elimore M.; Holmes, Thom- Vayda, William Cook, Helen C. PRECINCT NO. 10
Our health and yet... we sometimes as C.; Holmes, Ora Fay. Ward, Jolhnnie H.; Ward, Lois Irene; Daniels, Gene; Danzy, John; Davis, Borders, Willie Lee; Borders, Abbie-
withhold big and little things which Jenks, Sarah 0.; Jenks, Henry Jefferson; Ward, William H.; Whitfield, Marilyn H.; Queenie Mae; Davis, Bernice; Davis, Equil- Branch, Mary S.; Burns, Pauline; Burns,
might be very important. Give your Johnson, Walter Lee. Whitfield, Preston 0.; Wiley, Hayzeen B.; la. Dickens, Floyd; Dowden, Harry; Duncan, Joe L.
doctor the compete story so he Land, E. J.; Linton, William D. Wiley, Travis 0 ; Woll, Kathleen E.; Woll, Mattie 0. .... Callahan, Jewel; Chandler, Lowell M.;
doctor the completeMartin, Henry W.; Martin, Rebecca A.; Robert A.; Wooten, C. Dwight; Wooten, kgieyon, Oda. 'Chandler, Iris G.; Corbin, Margaret; Corbin,
may better diagnose your problems. Mfayfield, Ira C.; Mayfield, Clytee S.; Mel- Reba A. PR INFaulk, Byrd; Faulk, Lela L.; Filmore, Bennie J.; Cox, Roy E.; Cox, Ronald A.;
Mp, a sC i in, Carlton N.; Mills, Mary E B PRECINCT NO. 3 William; Ford, Sam A.; Ford, Mrs. Sam A.; Cox, Muriel E.
For prompt, personal service bring ; wens, Arnie M. Baker, Robert B. Fuller, Clarence E. Elliott, Mrs. Perry; Elliott, Perry.
your prescriptions to us. Paterson, Fetcher C.; Patterson, Mary Crutchfield, Thomas V. Giving, Joe; Harris, John; Harris, An- Free, John B.; Free, Mrs. John B. '^
Jo; Pitts, A. C. Dick, Asbury mie Mae; Harris, Henry L.; Harrison, Wil- Gardner, Mrs. Nelson; Gardner, Nelson ,
Rester, Leslie C.; Rester, Ro'sehia F.; Gautier, James, Sr. burn L.; Hill, A. Lamar; Holliday, Roy P. Hallman, Jesse; Hallman, Merle; Hazel-
vlRobinson, John .; Roberts, Nellie M.; Rob- James, Earl Jenkins, Mae Byrd; Jones, Noah; Jones, wood, Frances B.; Henderson, Richard 0.
Robinson, John, Elei B.; Roers, James .; Rob Pippin, James W. Pauline; Jones, Virginia. Ivey, James T.
rs. Elleis B.; Rogers, James D. Rogers, Freeman; Rogers, Elizabeth. Keith, Charlie; Kilbourn, Mrs. Eda; Kil- Jernigan, Florence A.; Jolley, Charles R.;r
Shoresh, Rossie; Starling Charles V. Stone, H. F. bourn, LaFayette; Kirk, Minnie M.; Kit- Jolley, Nita V.; Johnson, Theo C.
Buzzets Dug e Tarte, Claude F.. Tate, Ellen L. Tindell, Robert D.; Tindell, Myrtle L. chens, Sandy. Kay, Katie; Kirkland, Mary L.; Kirk-
SDr g Store illam, Myrtha McPRECINCT NO. 4 Lancaster, Myra W.; Lowery, Robert, Sr.; land, James C.
WilliamsMyrhNCT NO. 2 Fitts, James A.; Fitts, Margaret E. Lowery, Robert C., Jr. Lind, Rosie S.; Little, James.
Port St. Joe, Flo cida Bailey, John F.; Baker, Wilson A.; Ba- Griffin, Barbara N.. Griffin, Thomas C.; McCree, Rudolph; McCullogh, Mal; Mc- Marshall, Estelle E.; Marshall, Edkah;
ker. Oscar, Baker, Cherry. Hardy, Nadine H. Leod, Charlie B.; McNabb, Henry. Merchant, W. R.; Miller, Cora Lee; Miller,
s" i Champion, Ed.; Collins, Mary; Conner, McDaniel, Elsie L.; McDaniel, James C. Mann, Charles R.; Martin, C. V.; Math- Denver Q. _
C n C C Marshall, Belle; Marshall, George. ews, James; Minor, Eddie; Mobley, Willie D.; Norris, Dennis J.
Sirmons, Ester S.; Sirmons, Jennie M. Morgan, Nell; Moses, Alice S. Parrish, Billy F.; Patterson, Pearl L.;
Tatum, Margie J.; Tatum, William L. Parker, Anne L.; Peters, W. 0.; Poole, Parraseau, Warren E.; Parraseau, Mrs.
Walton, Harriet D. Rudolph; Porter, Annie E.; Pouncell, Rosa Marion L.; Porter, J. B.; Porter, Lora Mae;
PRECINCT NO. 5 Lee: Presley, Dallas J.; Presley, Katie Mary; Porter, John T.; Porter, Ressie I.
S T E N T O Adams, Gordon; Adams, Irene; Armstrong, Pryor, Emma Nel I Segrest, Mrs. William J.; Segrest, Wil-
Sondra J.; Asbelle, Clara C. Quinn, Aldonia; Quinn, Billy C. lia- J.; Stone, Dowling
Bass, Cage I.; Bass, Martha I.; Black- Rich, Mrs. H. E.; Riley, Mary; Rosier, Taylor, Bobby G.; Turbeville, Loyce E.;
ney, Jacob C.; Brock, Henry F.; Brock, William E.; Rowan, Marjorie S. Turbeville, Lila M.
Tishie; Burke, William V.; Burke, Eunice Sales, Josie Mae; Seabrooks, Walter; Wakler, Henry R.; Walker, Mary M.
L.; Byrd, Gene H.; Byrd, Vennie Mae. Sewell, Angelina 0.; Sewell, William E.; Yeager, Warnen J.; Young, John E.
Chamblee, John W.; Collins, Benjamin A.; Shiver, Oliver W.; Smith, Walter D.; Smith,
Cooper, Earl F.; Cotte, George, III; Cotte, James; Smith, Viola; Smith, Maedell.
Robbie D. Thompson, Willie; Troutman, Geneva. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Davidson, James P.; Davis, Earl R.; Watson, Birtie L.; Watson, Vida M.; ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
____ Douglas, Troy; Dykes, Bonnie Lee. Washington, Vera Lee; Wilson, Roy K.; Wil-
SOpFant, Alma L.; Fant, Arthur F.; Floyd, son, Dorothy L.; Williams, Ossie. M.; Wil- Individual sealed bids in dupli-
Opal G. iaBI Laura Lee; Williams, Elibabeth; In
Gannie, George W. Jr.; Gay, Ben; Gay, Williams, Felix; Wimberly, Johnny T.; cate will be -received by the Board
4- l" Price; Gay, Pauline; Gilmore, Thomas L.; Wimberly, H. F.; Woullard, Theo. of Public Instruction of Gulf Coun-
~ -._ f" Grice, John R.; Grissett, Helen C.; Grissett, Zilliner, Maggie. ty, Wewahitchka, Florida, up to
7" J sames W. PRECINCT NO. 9 11:00 a.m., (CST) Tuesday, March I
Haddock, Eldridge; Howard, Ruby Nell Adams, Louise; Adams, Jessie T.; Aide, 11:00 a.m., (CST) Tuesday, March
Jones, Abbie Ruth; Jones, James A.; John E.; Aide, Mary Ann Z.; Allen, Karl; 8, 1960 for:
at3 \ ,4 Jones, Delmer M.; Jones, Myrtice T. Allen, James W.; Allen, Edna W. (.a) Removal of existing roof from A
-. .. Kelley, Louis H.; Kelley, Loran; Ken- Barfield, Jimmy; Bian, Joe B.; Blan, the High School Gymnasium and A S STU BB R
.i '.." :"'-."" ( .n" ey, Sarah L.; Kenney, Basil E., Jr.; King, Eleanor L.; Bowden, Ethel V.; Bowden,
Clinton A. Bobby G.; Bray, Mary E.; Brewton, Roy L. the re-roofing of same.
S..= '." .\ __ y Lee, Nettie; Loyd, Ernest R.; Lyle, Stew- Capps, Hazel B.;'Chandler, Phyllis May; (b) Science Equipment for We- And shouting "Gidd
S.'. art H. Chandler, Franklin W.; Childers, Myrtle wahitchka High School.
-_''A, Martin, Courtnye E.; Mills, Foster M.; W.; Chism, Gene; Collins, Roy L.; Collins, ill today our fau
/ Mims, Peavy. Betty J.; Crews, Juanita; Crews, Roy; Plans and specifications and con- *
McLendon, Winnoma F.; McLendon, Cumbaa, Harry W. tract .documents may be inspected We take the mean
John F. Davis, LeRoy P.; Dawson, Richard T.; at t office of the Owner The
.' Nobles, Dorothy J.; Nobles, Billie Ray. Dawson, Elise; Dendy, Eva M.; Dendy, Mrs. Gul car your buddy agail
S k. s.- : Nowlinig, Bernice. E. B.; Denton, Iris; Denton, Lawson M.; Board of Public Instruction of Gulf
O'Brian, Lullean P.; O'Brian, Curtis. Duren, G. L.; Duren Audrey L.; Duren, Mrs. County, Wewahitchka, Florida, or
Patterson, Homer L.; Patterson, Annie J. P.
S / Lee; Pickron, Louella P.; Pitts. Alfred E; Edwards, Mrs. M. 0.; Edwards, M. .; the Achtect, Norman P. Gross,
,' Pitts, Robert S.; Pollock, John D.; Porcelli, Ellerbee, Ottis C.; Ellerbee, John G.; Elder, and may be procurred by Prime
ll-,. -- Anthony L. Benjamin M ; Elder, Monroe T.; Etheridge, Contractors from the Architect up-
R. .S .- affield, Robert R.; Raffield, Evelyn L.. Wilmer F.; Fairley, June S. on a deposit of $10.00. The full s aM S
Raffield, Carl J.; Rhames, Ernest 0.; Rich- Gaillard, Carlene 0.; Garrett, Roy 0.; mount of he deposit will be re 4th and Bat
ards, Hattie A.; Rushing, Evelyn S.; Rush- Gay, Willie J. amount of the deposit will be re- 4th and Baltzell
S. ing, Noah A. Harris, W. H.; Holt, Preston Jr.; Hough, turned to each Prime Contractor
.Sc\ ulley, 0. V.; Smith, Ima Jean W.; Joe W., Jr.; Hough, Nedda T.; Howell, .ho submits a bid, and all other
Smith, Marvin B.; Somerset, Ina W.; Steed, Nar.cy Jane. who submts a bid, and all other BRI NG I N YO U
Sris J.; Steed, Charles 0.; Stone, Paul W.; Johnson, Charles F.; Jolmson, Amos Lee. deposits will be refunded with de-
tone, Lillian L Stow Sara VHorn. Lawrence, Raymond E.; Lovett, John N.; duction of cost of reproudction and *_ m mf_"
oO' Charles E.; Tipton, David D. Marshall, Charles E.; Mathis, Eleanor J;
Watson, Curtis; Watson, Frank D.; Wat-
N E WBT son, Jean L.; White, Sarah F.; White,
James A.; Whitehurst, Hubert (Doc);
Whitehurst, Evelyn A. Whitehurst, Merle;
JWhitoehur.t, W. A.; Wilkie Wood, Ruby S.; Wilr See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in color Sundays, NBC-TV-Thi Pat Boone (
PRECINCT NO. 6 'efrigeraion Repair
Brooks, W. H.; Brooks, Mary S.; Causey
Monday through Friday Clarence W.; Causey, Leroy.CAni a so ,u
Davis, Merle. Commercial or Household
Faircloth, Nell 0.; Farmer, Annie Mae;
Hareu, Vassie E.; Harcus, Murdie; Har- e
12:35 P.M. Over WJOEeorgeH.;Horton, Mrs. James C .;
Huckaby, James F.; Huckaby, Jean H.; d
Hundley, Frank H.; Hundley, Tessie I.
Laurimore, Sybil L; Laurimore, James 0. CALL -
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Sponsored by Your Friendly Bank Peters, Fornie A.
R ffield, Lucy: M.; Roberts, Sammie L.; SM ITTY' S IS A 10-YEAR EDGE
FLORIDA A oberts, Margaret Lee; Roberts, Mary
SHeStitt, Wilmer C.; Stitt, Marjorie L. Refrigeration Repairs INA
Tucker, Irene S.; Tucker, Dorman 0.
SPort Joe Walker, Woodrow W.; Wester, Betty L.. PHONE BAIl 7-2520 COMPACT CAR DESIGN
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PRECINCT NO. 7 a bonus in ext
Member FDIC Brannon, William T.; Brannon, Pauline B.; than you'll find i
Member FDIC Braxton, Flossie; Braxton, Curtis (Bud) than youll find i
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There's nothing quite like that assured satisfied feeling that
parents get from knowing that "the little one" is bedded
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