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I Wvv. I RiKU YEAR
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1960
RED CROSS CAMPAIGN WORKERS get their collection kits from Drive Chairman Ted Cannon at the
kick-off -breakfast Monday morning at the Motel St. Joe. Standing in front is Cannon. From left to
right are: R. H. Ellzey, Ed Woods, Guy Midlleton, Don Levens, Mrs. Ethel Holliday, Mrs. Ruby Gil-
bert, Mrs. B. L.-Presnell, Mrs. Ida Lister and the Rev. Charles Harthern. (Hid behind Harthern is Bob
Sidwell,- Gulf County Chapter Chairman. (Star photo)
Red Cross Drive Kicked Off
With Breakfast Rally Monday
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FIRST CONTRIBUTION to the 1960 Red Cross drive was .made last
Saturday morning by Mayor J. L. Sharit to drive chairman, Ted
Cannon. The Mayor urges' all citizens of Port St. Joe to give to
this ,drive. (Star photo)
Highland View Baptist Church is
Destroyed By Fire Tuesday Morning
$2,000 Is Goal
In Gulf County
The Gulf County Chapter of the
American Red Cross kicked off its
1960 fund raising drive Monday
morning with a breakfast at the
Motel St. Joe. Attending were Red
Cross chairman, Bob Sidwell, Ted
Cannon, drive chairman; R. H. Ell-
zey, Rev. C. H. Harthern, Wesley
R. Ramsey, Don Levens, Guy Mid-
dieton, Ed Woods, Mrs. Ethel Hol-
liday, Mrs. Ruby Gilbert, Mrs. B.
H. Presnell, Mrs. Ida Lister.
Sidwell charged the drive work-
ers to meet the goal of $2,000.00 -to
make possible an expanded work
of Red Cross in Gulf County dur-
ing 1960. He had plans for beginn-
ing a first aid school, full time
water safety program and a Jun-
ior Red Cross chapter.
Drive Chairman, Ted Cannon
passed out campaign material and
urged those present to push their
areas and try to reach -the Chapter
goal in one week.
J. C. Martin Seeks
Re-election As Judge
J. C. (Chris) Martin of Port St.
Joe this week qualified to seek his
first full term as Judge of the
Small Claims Court for Gulf County.
Martin is seeking his first full
term in this office. He was appoint-
ed to complete the term of former
Judge B. B. Conklin who died in
office last year. The appointment
Be In St. Joe
This Week End
Mrs. C Rish, County Regis-
trar has announced that she will
be in Port St. Joe today, Friday
and Saturday for the purpose of
registering voters to vote in the
May Democratic Primaries.
Mrs. Rish will be located in the
City Hall from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. on these days to register any
new voters or to re-register Vot-
ers who have failed to re-regis-
Mrs. Rish serves notice that
this will be her last trip to Port
St. Joe prior to the May. elec-
tions." After Saturday it will be
necessary for those wishing to
register to go to her office in
Voters have until April 2 to
register for the May Primaries.
Those having lived in Florida
for one year and in Gulf County
for six months and 21 years of
age are eligible to register to
Date Set For Natural Gas
Hearing For Port St. Joe
City Election Set
Tuesday, April 5
Port St. Joe police arrested Wil-
lie Chambers, colored, Monday
night in connection with .the theft
of the Sunday night offering of the
First Baptist Church here in Port
St. Joe. I
Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor of
-- the church said that the offering
E. am Pridgean, S. amounted to about $200.00, but that
E. 1Tom r ageon, Sr. the money had not been counted.
Candidate for Sheriff He said that it is customary for
one of the deacons to -take the
Sunday night offering to -a safe, but
E. Tom Pri dgeon, Sr., local in- this had not been done Sunday.
surance and Real Estate dealer Rev. Smith reported that he left
this week announced that he had 1the church Sunday night instruct-
qualified to seek the office of Sher- ig Chambers, who is the church
iff of Gulf County in the May pri- janitor, to lock up.
mares. Monday -morning the 'offering was
Pridgeon has been a resident of g b Ch ch w
Gulf County for 30 yearsgone,butthe Church was still
been in business in Port St. Joe for were evident.
the past five years. Pridgeon says Monday night police went to
that he is familiar with the opera- Chambers' home ant d arrested him
tion of the Sheriff's office since in connection wth, the theft. Sev-
hris father was the first* elected eral of the church envelopes were
Sheriff for" Gulf County. Pridgeon found in Chambers home still un-
followed his. father's activities ened and0containtig $39.15. Sev-
ncosely while he was in this capa- eral of the envelopes had been op-
city. ended and were found stuffed behind
Pridgeon said that -he would make a stove .
a supreme effort to -give the peo- Ohambera is .being held in the.
pie of Gulf County the most effi- City jail, but no charges have been
cient law enforcement office -the filed yet.
county has ever had if he i.a elected. ______
He expressed the opinion that
the most pressing need in -the Cooper Seeking Third
Sheriff's office is the services of
a .trained investigator and that he Term As Commissioner
would try to supply that need if I
he is elected. .
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George W. Cooper this week an-
nounced for re-election for County
0oyer Qualifies Commissioner from District Num-
ber 5, comprising Port St. Joe from
For School Board Fifth Street South to the. County
line. Cooper has served as County
Commissioner since January .1953.
C. E. (Peck) Boyer this week an- While serving as a Commission-
nounced that he is seeking re-elec- e s supported the
tion -to his .post with the Board of construction of health clinics in
Public Instruction in District Num- Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka, the
ber Four. Boyer is now completing construction of streets and roads
his first ter-m on -the Boa-rd. at Beacon Hill, St. Joe Beach, High-
He told The Star that "it has land View, Port S. Joe, White City,
been an honor to serve on thee and streets and road
Board of Public Instruction of Gulf in the city and has been instrumen-
County -for the .past three years. I tal in proposing a bond issue in
want .to thank the people of Gulf the sum of $ 50,000 for the coo-
County for having elected me to truction of numerous worthy pro
this important office. If I am re- jects of which a part will construct
elected to this office, I promise -the industrial road in Port St. Joe
to serve you faithfully, honestly along the Intracoastal Canal for
and work diliigently for the better- future industrial expansion, the
meant of Gulf County's schools If construction of streets and roads in
at any time I -can 'be of service to and about Port St. Joe and other
you, please feel fre- to call on me." w aothw.hie projects.
Boyer has bee a resident of Port In an interview, Cooper express-
Sat. Joe for 25 yeas. JHe has beefed -his appreciation for being allow-
an employee at tba St. Joe Paper ed to serve as one of the County
Company for 22 years. He is mar- Commissioners for the past two
tried and has four children. terms and pledged that if re-elected
M---tina Cl 0Fo
Meetinq Called For
he would continue to serve Gulf
County to the best of his ability
S" .. ..was made by Governor Leroy Col- and to support economy, efficiency
Out of three calls to duty. during church says that the regular sr- lions, Jamboree Scouts and integrity in all the affairs of
the past week, the Port St. i oe yC ts will be carried on as usul in the County. Cooper also stated that
Volunteer Fire Department receiv- the Highland View Elementary Martin says, "your vote and in- Scoutmaster John T. Simpson has Gulf County was now enjoying one
ed one serious fire. School until the church can rebuild fluence will be greatly appreciat- announced tat their wi be a of the lowest tax structures in the
ed if you elect me to a full term as
Tuesday morning .at 12:30. a.m. OTHER FIRES your Judge of the Small Claim.s meeting of those Boy Scouts who State and that while keepingtaxes
the Department was called to High- Earlier Monday night, the depart- Court of Gulf County." are going to the Scout Jamboree down the Commission had floated
land View. The Highland View meant was called to Avenue in and their parents at the Scout Hut only one bond issue while he had
Baptist Church was ablaze in its the colored section, where a pan C Monday night at 8:00 p.m been on the Board, and that was to
rooB and attic when the department of greasehadcaut fire and threa-n Square Dance For The Scoutmaster stresses -the construct the health clinics and
-arrived on the scene. Lack of 'a tend a house. a tr at importance of this meeting as ne- that this was done in such a way
water supply forced the department Wednesday afternoon at 1:30Ca er Fund enefit cessary supplies, clothing, .etc. the as to avoid the loss of interest on
to conserve its limited water sup- p.m. another pa of grease at a A Weste Sn style,,out must have will dancebe discussed t this meetthe bonding.s.
,gly and -their effectiveness was lim- house on Avenue E, across the will be sponsored by the Americanceat this meeting. D. Whitfie Comes
ited to a controlled burning of the street rom Monday's fire, called Cacer Society, Guf County Unit aiabe. For table reservations D Whitfield Comes
building. Adjoining Sunday school the department out again a t the Centennial Building, Mach available. For table reservations Out In District 3 Race
rooms were saved but suffered ex- No extensive damage resulted at the Centennial Building, March contact Mrs. S. R. Stofe -at BAll -
-tensive scorch damage on the front from either fire. 18 at 8:00 p.m. A professional cal- 7-7161. Mrs. Gannon Buzzett has T. D. (Doc) Whitfield of Howard
,ide.- r dm ler and demonstrators from Tyn- charge of ticket sales. Creek this week announced that he
Officials the church say that Visits Porters dall Air Force Base will perform. This -form of entertainment is for had qualified 'to run for the post
Officially $10,000 in inschurance was ithat Col and MVisits Porters If you do not care to square all ages, and it is hoped that the of County Commissioner from Dis-
cnly $10,000 in insurance was icon- Col. and Mrcksons. Frank L. MCoue dance, special -dances will be per- people of this area will take ad- trict Number Three.
force on the churchilding and ts c last week of Jackson, Georgia, were gueis formed so that you may enjoy be- vantage of this opportunity for a Whitfield has formerly served a
church furniture, equipment The building and all last week of Mr. and Mr. d Pr- ing a spectator. wonderful evening of square danc- term as. County Commissioner but
supplies t were a complete loss. The admission price is $1.00 per ing, Western style., declined to seek re-election in 1956
Rev. Alen Price, pastor lof the TO CHURH person. at which time he ran for Sheriff of
Rev. Allen Price pator of TOCHURCH SUNDAY Soft drinks and snacks will be STAR Want Ads Get Resalts Gulf County.
City Auditor and Clerk, R. W.
Henderson has entered a legal ad-
vertisement in this- week's issue of
The Star to the effect that the
City will hold an election on Tues-
day, April 5 to elect two Commis-
stoners and a 2Mayor-Commissioner.
Posts up for election are those
now held 'by Watson Smith -and R.
H. Elizey, Commissioners, and 'the
Mayor-Commissioner post now held
by J. L. Sharit.
Henderson observes that those
desiring to run for the posts to be
vacated have 'until Saturday, March
19 at noon to qualify.
In -order -to qualify for City of-
fice a candidate must be a free hol-
der, -a registered voter, and a resi-
dent of the City -of Port St. Joe.
Qualifying fee for all three posi-
tions is $35.00.
VOTERS SHOULD REGISTER
The City's registration books will
open on Wednesday, March 16 to
register voters for city elections.
Voters in the city elections must .e
registered with the city. County re-
gistration will not qualify a person
to vote in the city primaries.
The books will remain open from
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each week
day from Monday through Friday
and from 9:00 a.m. to Noon on Sat-
urday. The books will. close to re-
gistrants at Noon, Saturday, March
To vote in city elections a per-
son must have been a resident of
Florida for a year and a resident
of Port St. Joe for six months prior
to registering -and be 21 years of
Date of Hearing
Set for April 15
A hearing has 'been set April 11
in Washington, D. C., -on natural
gas installation for Port St. Joe,
Houston, Texas Gas and Oil Cor-
poration officials told Mayor Joe
Sharit in Jacksonville last Thurs-
Sharit conferred with Houston
President, F. E. Stanley in Jackson.
ville last Thursday after earning
in Washington, D. C. recently that
the company was not pushing a re-
quest for permission to furnis.a gas
to the St. Joe Natural Gas Com-
pany. Sharit told Stanley of the
dire need for gas in Port St. Joe
and received his assurance that the
approval of a gas main for Port
St. Joe would be pursued vigor-
ously by his company.
GAS SYSTEM HINGES
The hearing, held by -the Federal
Power Commission, will determine
when, and if, Port St. Joe will ob-
tain a natural .gas system.
The Houston firm will ask the
FPC for permission to construct a
gas pipeline to the Port St. Joe
city limits to serve the Michigan
Chemical Company and the St. Joe
Natural Gas Company. Michigan
Chemical had been promised gas
by Houston prior to building their
new 'plant here.
.St. Joe gas, a privately owned
corporation, with a franchise to op.
erate in Port St. Joe city limits
will provide fuel for commercial
and domestic customers here. Their
franchise gives them four years to
produce an operating gas system..
The chemical firm will be on an
HOUSTON IS HOLD-UP
Mayor Sharit was told by FPC.
officials in Washington recently'
that' the main holdup on 'the pro-
ject was lack of action by :Ihe
Houston firm. The local gas coni,
Babe Ruth League pany has provided -all -the support
Babe Ruth League roo s on
documents needed to back up the
let Offi er s Houston application when they file
Elects Officers it before the FPC.
"Stanley, seemed very optimistic
Monday, March 7, the Port St. and said he expected a prompt an-
Joe Babe Ruth League elected of- swer from the FPC", Sharit report-
ficers and -set the wheels in motion ed.
fur the 1960 season. Elected were ST. JOE GAS READY
Harry Dowden, president; W. E. The St. Joe Natural Gas, firm
"Bill" Whaley, vice president; Sue has earmarked $300,000 for instal-
Spauding, secretary-treasurer; Cliff lation of gas lines, equipmenit- and
Robbins, player agent; Charles pumping stations for t$4e project.
Wall, chief .of umpires; John How- Vice President Cecil G. Costtin
ard, purchasing agent and Steve said last Thursday that Houston
Whealton, .scorer .and -publicity. Gas plans to begin laying pipe from
The Babe Ruth League will have their big line, about 50 miles north
tryouts for Little Boy'is League of here, immediately after FPC
graduates and other interested approval is given.
boys between the ages of 13 -and Attending the April 11 hearing
15 who are not already .affiliated will be Houston officials, Mayor
with a team. These tryouts will be Sharit, representatives of Michigan
held April 11 through April 16. Chemical and St. Joe Natural Gas
Player selection will be on April and U. S. Rep. Bob Sikes.
18 then the teams will have ap- Congressman Sikes has been in-
proximately 14 days to practice and strumental in pu'sling the natural
be ready for the season opener on gas project through the Washing-
May 5. ton agencies, Sharit said.
Each team will participate in *
two games a week with the season LITTLE BOYS BASEBALL
closing around .Tu'y 41. At the clos-'ORGANIZATION TO MEET
ing of the season a tournament There will be a meeting of the
team will be selected -and this Little Boys Baseball League on
team will represent Port St. Joe in Wednesday, March 16 at the Port
tournament play which will begin St. Joe High School library at 5:30
in mid-July., p.m.
BASKETBALL ACTION-A Pensacola Catholic High player tries a
layup shot in last week's tournament in DeFuniak Springs. St.
Joe went on to win the game in a sudden death playoff. David
Musselwhite (crouched dark uniform left) and Buddy Ward (be-
hind no. 12) wait for -the rebound. Jimmy Dawson (far left) and
Bob Munn (far .right) wait for the play. (Photo 'by R. W. Kerrigan)
,OR OH ST EUO., rLOuniUm
ing under the influence f alcolJ
while driving every 436 years. Me-
thusaleh lived to be 969 years of
You don't have to live so long
for the law of averages to catch
up with you on other offenses
where the law will catch up on you.
.. -I l .t
The most complex organism
ever created is the human body.
It is unwise for an untrained
person to try to diagnose and
treat himself. Permanent harm
can be done.
When illness strikes, consult
your doctor. He is a specialist
in his field. Filling prescriptions
is the most important part of
Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida
I 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.
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You can really hear the difference in the ""
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road around ... try it at all speeds. Olds-
the Q uietestl" mobile's smooth manners speak quiedtlyof
T a I T Tnew quality and new achievements in t _
sound control. It's the only car with Vibra-
., on the noisiest Tuned body'mountings that soak up vibra.
tion. New nylon-sleeved shock absorbers
road you know! assure a softer ride. Even its new tires are
quieter. See it at your dealer'sl
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FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.
FHONE BAll 7-2221
401 WILLIAMS AVE.
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Switch to Switches Go Electric
The way to cook and heat water!
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You don't have to worry when you use electric ap-
pliances, for there are no flames or fumes. Why even a child
can operate an electric range and your safe electric water
heater is the only water heater that can be placed safely
anywhere in your home. It has no exposed heating element
- requires no flues or vents.
Flameless electric appliances are clean and cool, too.
So why not switch to safe electric cooking and water heat-
ing NOW and take advantage of the big installation sav-
ings being offered. You'll find it's more economical to go
All-Electric in your home than use a combination of services.
E ,Xii I'OW OnRPORATION
SAVE UP TO $501
Switch to Electric Cooking
and Water Heating
Now's the time to swiich to switches. We will
pay $25 toward the installation cost of each
electric range and water heater replacing a
flame-type appliance. For full details see your
dealer or plumber or contact our local office.
2/3 cup (sma'1 can) undUiuecte 74 cup nmely cnoppeL onon
evaporated milk 12 cup finely chopped green
1 egg pepper
1 /2 pounds ground beef I 5-ounce jar pimiento
/2 cup fine cracker crumbs cheese spread
11/z teaspoons salt 6 hamburger buns, split
1/4 teaspoon pepper in half
1 teaspoon dry mustard
Combine evaporated milk, egg, beef, cracker. crumbs, salf,
pepper, mustard, onion and green pepper. Blend together until
well-mixed. Form meat mixture into 12-inch square on waxed
paper. Spread with cheese spread. Roll up jelly-roll fashion;
seal edge. Cut into 1-inch slices. Place each slice on hamburger
bun half, covering completely. Place burgers on broiler pan.
Broil 5-7 inches from heat for 5 to 7 minutes (or to taste).
(Makes 6 servings)
;i'cup (small can) undiluted /4 cup finely, chopped onlon
evaporated milk Vi/ cup finely chopped green
1 egg pepper
11/2 pounds ground beef 6 hamburger buns, split
1/2 cup fine cracker crumbs in half
V1/ teaspoons salt 12 slices processed Swiss
1/4 teaspoon pepper cheese
1/2 teaspoon caraway seed
Combine evaporated milk, egg, beef, cracker crumbs, salt,
pepper, caraway seed, onion and green pepper. Blend together
until well-mixed. -Form meat mixture into 12, thin patties
(about % cup each). Place each patty on hamburger bun half,
"v: ing completely. Place Bunburgers on broiler pan. Broil
5- / inches from heat for 5 to 7 minutes (or to taste). Top each
burger with cheese slice. Broil until cheese bubbles (1-2 min.).
WHAT, WANDERING AGAIN?
There's no need for your car to- be THAT
WAY about driving Drive in today, and
we'll give it a good work-over and make
it get-up and go again
Sammy's Auto 8Repair
4th and Baltzell Phone BAIl 7-4286
BRING IN YOUR CAR TODAY!
If you are interested in obtaining
A DIRECT LOAN thru the VA
To Build Your Home In Port St. Joe
MONEY IS NOW AVAILABLE
This program expires in July, 1960. Act now to be
sure of realizing your GI Benefits. All veterans are
eligible for VA loans who were in service prior to
January 31, 1955.
5 NEW HOUSES NOW AVAILABLE FOR VETERAN
LOANS IN PORT ST. JOE
SEE or CALL
The Pr!dgeon Agency
Phone BAll 7-7741 Port St. Joe, Fla.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
"'Come and Worship God With Us"
*t.a *OA Sit Itiu t^ e, -to "beM Q%% Aw IkK atAR; freit Ot. Joe, FlorldA + UH 0A'? MAR06 1ot 1S9
"A HVeragf t8"Ilak heitlgeult pietrtj arn.- tistites" and become "Mr. Above- '- _-__m______ __ --_ _-_
n age 6r. 1 age Motltd That is tog
Sas Good Record gi t drivaref lli*y and you Miight never New Bunburger .Specias
4. Has an .accidilt involving a get & ticket. ............. Theopular hamburger f
TAMPA-If "Mr| Avefage Motor- non-fatal injury every 68 years. he bill year'round for lunch
is of 1960 should live to be as 5. Yould have to drive 16,400,000 WHAT EVERY VETERAN n.d supper nenus on the in-
old as Methusaleh, he could expect miles before having a fatal acci- SHOULD KNOW it expensivmore siappealing than ever
to get two tickets for driving while dent. (And the average motorist Question: I ae been ismothinking when the appeat mixturn ever is
dent.eQ when the meat mixture is
drunk. '. drives 500,000 in his lifetime). Question have been thinking made with Carnation evapo-
This calculation was published 6. Drives 9,357 miles a year and of using my right as a Korean vet- rated milk. The better blend-
in an editorial in the current issue eran to get a GI home loan, but ing qualities of evaporated milk
in an editorial in the current issue 1,400 miles on vacation annually. sn gr o kepet d
oof "TheFloridaToff icial 2gofar have done nothing about it. keep the meat firm-textured
of "The Florida Traveler", official 7. Gets a parking ticket every 2.8 I r aa lne or a i and moist. The home econo-
publication of the Peninsula Motor Is there a deadline for applying? mists of the Carnation Corn-
Club (AAA), which projected fig- Answer: Yest. The deadline for* .. pany have developed two
ireps compiled by an AAA club in 8. Gets a reckless driving ticket Korean veterans is January 31, ... tempting hamburger variations
, ichigan. every 69.5 years. 1965. World War II veterans have -your family will enjoy. Pin-
until July 25, 1960, to apply.. wheel Bunburgers and Swiss
Mr. Avreage Motorist, the editor- 9. Gets a speeding ticket every tIoWH., Bunburgers.
ial continued, gets a ticket for be- 15 years. (Makes 6 servings)
lng nra ,o ....... ~h A .i,..ni h, editorial concluded that Go TO CHURCH SUNDA (Makes 6 servings) .
'I-CU1Isa-vCdi) If. 1A rn /" lv ehr*ba 6nio
Commercial or Household
Have your air conditioner check.
ed now for Summer.
S-- CALL -
PHONE BAll 7-2520
-- Call -
C. E. McDANIELL
James' Gems. .
SE% .1 PROMISED YOUO 601
At the Bus Station
Phone your order In and It
will be ready when youarrive.
PHONE BAlD 7-5431
Mr. Average Motorist, the mclu
1. Has one moving violation tick-
et every 3.7 years.
2. Has a serious moving violation
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Sheriff Quotes Law
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
has asked Sheriff Byrd Parker to
remind Gulf Countians and others
about the ill effects of throwing
trash on the county highways and
the penalties that can be exacted
for violation of a state law pro-
hibiting such litter.
-In a prepared statement, the
Sberiff wrote: "After being con-
tacted by a committee trom the
Garden Club of Port St. Joe con-
cerning throwing trash on county
highways, I think it would help
matters if people were reminded
that a state law prohibits this ac-
IT LOOKS BAD
"I am sure no one in Gulf Coun-
.ty wants to see the shoulders of
the county highways littered. It
looks bad to the tourist .passing
"It everyone would think about
the bad impression littered high-
ways make on people passing thru
I am sure each one of us would
keep in the car whatever it is he
wants to throw away until he gets
to a place where he can deposit it
in a trash can. That way there
will be no litter on th highways,
and the trash wagon can carry it
Here's the 1957 statute, Chapter
861.10, passed during special ses-
sion, relating to dumping trash and
the like on public highways:
It is unlawful for any person to
place, or cause any refuse or rub-
bish of any kind whatsoever to be
placed, alogn the right-of-way of
public highways and roads of the
State. Penalty for any person found
guilty of violating this Section
shall be a fine of not more than
$100 or imprisonment for not more
than 30 days.
The office of the Sheriff asks
the cooperation of all Gulf Coun-
tians in keeping the highways free
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY,. MARCH 10, 1960
Hospital Auxiliary Holds Annual
Business Meeting Wednesday
The Hospital *Auxiliary held its
annual meeitng Wednesday morn-
ing with 35 members present.
Mrs. Tom S. Coldewey opened
the meeting and conducted the
business session. Conditions of the
Thrift Shop were discussed *and
Mrs. Coldewey appointed *the fol-
lowing committee to see to the
improvement of' the conditions:
Mrs. Lawrence Bissett, Mrs. Frank
Hannon, Mrs. -Wayne Hendrix,
chairman and Mrs. George Anchors.
It was voted to furnish a space
i nthe new hospital to be designat-
ed as the Marie Tapper Chapel,
named after the founder of the Port
St. Joe Auxiliary. This room will
be available at all times to people
visiting in the hospital as a quiet
place for prayer, a- place where
families may gather when in dis-
tress over illness of a patient and
many other various uses. A com-
mittee was appointed to investigate
the furnishings and etc., necessary
to make this room. -possible. Mrs.
J.- Lamar Miller, chairman, Mrs. Ce-
cil Costin, Sr., Mrs. Thomas D. Hut-
chins,-Mrs. Otto Anderson. -Mrs. S id
Brown, Mrs. W. E. Whaley and
Miss Minerva McLane. Mrs. Miller-
S .,' ; _
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Burkett of
Port St. Joe announce thp en-
gagement and approaching mar-
Syracuse, N. Y. The wedding will
be an event of March 13 at the
Gospel Assembly Church of Pan-
... .- 1 .. '-,I _
eUUNa U L of their diaugnhter, oretta, ama City at 6:30 p.m., CST.
N N to Robin E. Martin, son of Mr. All friends and relatives of the
Our Bank C n Help YOU! and Mrs. Stanley James Martin of couple are invited to attend.
requested that Mrs. Coldewey also | The nomination committee chair-
Even if-you are not yet 21 years of age, our bank serve on this committee. iman, Mrs. Silas R. Stone, offered
Evena m-y erve n that w1 help ou. W h Mrs. Coldewey at this time in- the following slate. of officers for
still has many services that will help you. Withtroduced Mrs. K. L. Faiver, chair-the approval of the Auxiliary for
your parents aid you can have a checking account .man of the Cherry Chatter publica- the coming year: Mrs. W. E. Wa-
(a good way to manage your money) a savings tion of the Association of Florida ger, president; Mrs. William Chafin
account that pays in interest a safe deposit Hospital Auxiliaries who gave in- vice-president; Mrs. John Robert
SBox fo, valuables. Get acquainted now. We can formation about the advantages Smith, secretary and Mrs. Herbert
help you even more later On! advantages of belonging to the Brown, treasurer.
helpyou eve' e later on Florida Hospital Auxiliary. Pick-up and marking committee
-. Mrs. S. L. Thigpen, Northwest for 'the next three months is Mrs.
v' l Do i A 'o B A TINT i Florida District Director of Hospi- f and rso, rs LemarHa-dy
r L j l A tal Auxiliaries was then introduc- and Mrs. Wesley Grace.
FLODAANK Telephone chairman is Mra..Leo
Sed. She cordially invited the mem- Telephone chairman s Mrs.. Leo
bers to attend the District conven- Shealey.
Pt Itor ion to be held in Crestview, April
St. 027. She pointed out the three points CARD OF THANKS
,The family of Mrs. W. S. Smith
Member FDIC Member, Florida Nat. Group of the Auxiliary. First, public rela- The amily o expressheir W SeaSmith
tions. Second, volunteer service wishes to express their eartfelt
S' within the hospital and third, fundthanks and deepest appreciation
--. ..., ... ...._._ wf raising, for the many expressions of kind-
It was discussed at this 'time the ness and sympathy extended to her
advantages and disadvantages of and us during the recent loss of
TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191 becoming a member of the State her beloved husband and our bro-
OPEN DAILY.'2:45 P.16. Association. At the suggestion of ther-in-law.
SATURDAY. 12:#5 P.M. Mrs. Wayne Hendrix, Mrs. olde- William M. Coody and family
wey asked Miss Minerva McLane Lucfiu M. Coody, Sr., and
to serve as chairman of the corn- amily
THURSDAYdand FRIDAY mittee, the other members to be Styring B. Coody and family
appointed by the incoming presi- -______ __
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Garden Club Sees
"Flower Arrangement in the
Home", was the theme of a talk
and demonstration given by Mrs.
Grier Barnhart of Laguna Beach,
Florida at the monthly meeting of
the Port St. Joe Garden Clubs held
at the Parish House on March 3.
Mrs. Barnhart who is program
chairman for the Panama City
Beach Garden Club was introduced
by Mrs. Thomas Moon, president
of the Port St. Joe Garden Clubs.
Of especial beauty *and interest
was an arrangement of skeletoniz-
ed magnolia leaves surrounding a
Madonna, this was appropriately
"And These, Things She Pondered
in Her Heart" was beautifully il-
lustrated by a creation by Mrs.
Barnhart using the Crown of
.Thorns, suggestive of the Cross,
with i Madonna and Child standing
L.7 a stone.
A .bird nest of pink twigs was
cleverly used as a table arrange-
ment denoting Easter. The nest
rested on a pink tulle cloth and
was filled with brightly colored
Refreshments of coffee and cake
followed the demonstration
Long Ave. WMU
'In Mission Study
The Long Avenue Baptist Wo-
man's Missionary Society met
Thursday evening for a Mission
Study class on "Reaching Our Ru-
ral Churches". Mrs. Joe Ferrell
presented the .book in a very in-
teresting manner,'assisted by Mrs.
Danny Maddox, Mrs. David Jenkins,
Mrs. Tony Peterman, Mrs. Grady
Player, Mrs. M. L. Britt, Mrs. La-
mar Hill, Mrs. C. H. McKnight, Mrs.
John Core, Mrs. Durel Brigman,
Miss: Alma Baggett and Rev. J. C.
A covered dish supper was ser-
ved to about 50 people including
members of the Girl's Auxiliary and
Royal Ambassadors and their coun-
Mrs. Jane Lapeyrouse, special
events chairman of the American
Cancer' Society, Gulf County Unit
has announced th proceeds from
three special events as follows. ,
Junior-Senior basketball game,
Benefit bridge parties, $111.00.
Spaghetti supper, $174.86.
Coach Marion Craig was chair-
man of the basketball game. Mrs.
John Robert Smith was high scor-
er in the bridge 'benefit. Herman
Dean was spaghetti supper chair-
The Cancer Society in Gulf Coun-
ty has greatly benefitted from
these events and has appreciated
the cooperation from the public
which made each event successful.
WILL MEET TODAY
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
St. Joe Garden Club meets today
at 3:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Co-hostess will be Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Fuller
announce the birth of a daughter,
Vicki Lynn on March 6 at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.
CARD OF THANKS
May I express my sincere thanks
and appreciation to my host of
friends for the many acts of kind-
'ness -shown me, the floral offerings,
cards and words of comfort in my
recent bereavement in the passing
of my dear husband.
May God bless and keep each
Call Collect 3-4340
-. JR1~'~ q'&.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn
Boyles of this city announce the
engagement of their daughter
Glenna Lee, to William Joseph
Holten, son of Mr. and Mrs. An-
thony Henry Holten of Ca.ssy-
. ville, Illinois.
Miss Boyles is a graduate of
P. ort St. Joe High School and at-
tended Florida State University.
Mr. Holten is a graduate of Col-
linsville High School and attend-
ed Washington University in St.
Louis, Mo. He is presently em-
ployed with Philco Corporation
at Cape San Blas.
A late April wedding is plann-
AZALEA CIRCLE WILL Visiting In Tennessee
MEET WITH MRS. BROWN Mrs. Tommy Ford will return
Members of the Azalea Circle of home today after *a short visit
the Port St. Joe Garden Club will with her -parents in Nashville,
meet today in the home of Mrs. Tennessee.
Charles Birown with Mrs. George
Su'ber as co-hostess. o To CHURCH SUNDAY
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you that these are iLa most care-free sporis hirts you con
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Girl Scout Movement
Since Being Organize
Forty-eight years ago -in Savan-
nah, Georgia, the first Girl Scouts
of the United Statse of America
were organized' by Mrs. Juliette
Gordon Low. Girl Scouting was al-
ready,-well organized in England
where it began 'in 1909..
The Brownie Scout pledge is as
"I promise to do by best to love
God and my country, to help
other people everyday, especially
those at home."
The Intermediate Scout pledge
is as follows:
"On my honor, I will try to do
my duty to God and my country.
To -help other people -at all
times, to obey the Girl Scout
comers to Port St. Joe started out
with a nidea. To see 'all girls in
this area given a chance at Brown-
ie Scouts and Intermediate Scouts.
Mrs. Sally White has worked with
Scouts in Pensacola before coming
to Port St. Joe.
Church of Port St. Joe.
These ladies are very interested
in Girl Scouting in Gulf County. It
is a great experience for 'the girls
and their leaders.
.But, as in any organization, the
Girl Scouts need leaders. The girls
are ready. Mothers .and neighbors
iMrs. vyWhite has organized the .- -
r are you ready to help?
In Port St. Joe there are three second graders into Brownie Troop Please don't use the old excuses
Troops of Brownie Scouts and one Number Two, with 22 members. "no time", "no training". If you
Troop of Intermediate. Scouts. These girls meet in her home on Iwant to help you will find time.
Mras. Jane Lapeyrouse is leader Thursday afternoons from 2:30 to No training is required. It is a lot
of Brownie Troop Number One 4:00 p.m. Mrs. White's assistants of extra work, but worth every min-
which at present has 11 girls, age are Mrs. Harry Adamns and Mrs. 'ute of it.
seven o 10. These girls meet in Fred Sutton. The Gorl Scouts 'are interested
Mrs., Lapeyrouse' home on Thurs- Next came the -organization of a in forming troops for the third,
day afternoons from 3:00 to 4:30 troop of 16 fifth grade girls into fourth and sixth grades, in White
p.m. The wonderful job Mrs. Lap-1 Intermediate Scout, Troop Number City, Highland View and Oak
Grove or any area with as many as
six girls of 'an ag group and a
I O leader.
I THEYRE NOT DYING YOUNG ou may get help and informa-
S| 'tion for organizing a troop by call-
Since the beginning of this century, the nation's
population has more than doubled. Most people
just aren't dying as young as they used to. In fact,
the number of people over 65 has not merely
doubled -- it has quadrupled since 1900. Folks
are living longer, healthier, happier lives -- be-
cause of the wonder drugs in the prescriptions that
doctors write today. That's why we say .
Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111
ing Mrs. Sally White at BAll 7-3961
or any of the other leaders and as-
sistants listed above.
By MRS. FRED SUTTON
CANCER STRIKES ALL AGES
Cancer is not necessarily a di-
sease of old age, as many people
believe. Last year, half of all those
: who died of cancer were under 65,
reports the American Cancer So-
ciety. The best protection against
death from cancer is early diagno-
sis and proper treatment says the
American Cancer Society.
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t akes Big Strides These girls also meet in Mirs
Bg SWhite's home on Wednesday after
d In Port St. Joe noon from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m., with
Mrs. McGill as assistant. The Port
St. Joe Elementary School PTA is
eyrouse has done can be remem- sponsor of .these troops.
bered by her Brownie Troop's part Brownie Scout Lone Troop Nuni
in all our parades eithe marching ber Three has been organized at
or in a float they have made. St. Joe Beach. This troop is under
The really great job can -only be the able leadership of Mrs. Ralph
known by the few- girls and their Nance and her assistant tis Mrs.
,parents who have had th privilege Lyle Wright. Lone Troop Number
of being in her troop. This troop Three -has seven girls at present.
has-been kept going without spon- They meet at Mrs. Nance's home
sors or assistants just for the joy on Tuesday afternoons. This troop
of helping girls, is .sponsored by *the Adult Fellow-
Last October, one of our new- ship .Class of the First Methodist
The determined Sharks counter-
ed with a two-pointer in the next
19 seconds moving the score to
Jay stayed in the game with a
A Service o Your Doctor at Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
DO YOU COUNT YOUR
Most people do not count
their blessings or their calories.
There is growing interest in the
calorie, and the relationship be-
tween overweight and high-
calorie food such as pie, cake,
candy, and ice creinam.
Just what is a calorie and 4/hy
is it so important? Calories are,
the units by which the energy
value of food is measured. Ac-
tually, calories are units of heat
and since heat is a form of ener-
gy, the calorie is a measure of
energy. The energy from food
is used by the body for three
main purposes. First, food ener-
gy maintains the processes of
living such as the beating of the
heart, circulation of the blood,
breathing, arid the maint'-nance
of body temperature. Second, it
is used for everyday activities
such as standing, walking, eat-
ing arid dressing. Arid third,
food energy is used for the per-
formance of muscular work.
To maintain proper body
weight, the total aniount of
calories in the food eaten should
equal the total amount of energy
expended by the body. The
larger the individual, the mdfe
energy he must use for living.
Because energy expenditure is
increased during bodily growth,
children need extra calories.
Caloric requirements vary ac-
cording to the decision to in-
crease or decrease the amount
of body fat. It is physical activi-
ty which causes variation it,
caloric needs, very active people
requiring as much as 5,000 calo-
ries each day while sedentary
office workers may require only
2,100 or less. In determining the
caloric requirements of one's
body, the family physician
should always be consulted.
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City Zone State
7 2 16 Rockwell 6 4
4 2 10 White 4 3
64 16 Sfellow 5 3
3 3 9 Welsh 6 1
9 2 20 Baker 6 2
W'kerson 1 0
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe ....21 16 18 14-71
Pensacola 23 13 11 22-69
Tigers Change Luck
Chipley's tall Tigers survived a
strong freeze by the Port St. Joe
Sharks Friday night, edging them,
16-12, in the second game of the
Chipley's Jimamy Trawick took
the opening tip and drove in for
two points and that is 'the way the
score stood until the second period
when each team collected a charity
toss, making the half-time score 3-1.
Not until midway -of the final
period did the Sharks let up on their
ers Association, the Rotary,
Kiwanis, Garden and Women's
Clubs taking part. 2,500 seed-
ling trees were given to home-
owners for 'planting. Planting
and cleaning-up plans w e r e
made for parking strips, his-
torical spots, city entrances
and residential districts. They
had so much fun they sent
out a letter to 60 other com-
munities in Washington chal-
lenging them to try and beat
them at their beautificdation
program. Much to their sur-
prise, o v e r 73 communities
have answered this challenge.
To date in the state, whole
main streets have been repaint-
ed, city parks have been re-
planted, Thousands of trees are
being planted. A major school
contest with over 200 high
sch o.o.ls participating in the
beautifying of home grounds
and buildings is being conduct-
ed. Dozens of blighted areas
are being beautified. And this
does not take into consideration
the individual h o m e owners
result of volunteers wo hi av
replaced a webd-grown tangle
with disciplined beds of delight-
Flowering baaskets over .the
sidewalks in the city of Keleo
will be thriving with a var-
iety of colorful blooms. The
Chamber of Commerce .finnaged;
the project, the Kelso GarJ''i
Club provided the floWers and
know-how, and the city will
take care of the watering.,
One colorful project prbposed
is a inass pt1hting, to be made
at a given time throughout the
The Cenitury 21 State Bea U-
tification Committee lis chosen
the dahlia as the official Cen-
tury 21 Flower. 100,000, dahl-a
tubers have been presented for
a srta..w;--e p tanti tig this
spring by the Seattle Dahlia
The National Garden Bureau
has answered the challenge, too.
They have offered '100,000 pac-
kets of garden seed ... dahlias,
of cotiurse, to cities in the State
Are always in season. Come in and look over our
complete selection of spring slacks in all the fabrics
you like so well. We have Ivy and Continental styl-
ing in all the new colors for Spring. New wash and
wears and those beautiful dacron and Wool blends.
Sizes 28 to 42
See our complete furnishings for men and boys for
those Spring days just ahead.
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St. Joe Sharks Are defeated in Semi-FinaI M STAR. Po i J6o, Pia. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 14W
S i t "* freeze. -Chipley thel' ..ap ltalized I Uterine cancer, the second -most
Of District Cage Tourney By Chipley and outscored the Sharks. 12-11 In common cancer in women, could
the last stanza; many of the scores almost be eliminated as a cause of
coming from fouls by desperate death through earlier diagnosis
The Port St. Joe Sharks, though free throw, deadlocking the score Sharks fighting for possession of and treatment, according to the
unseeded, and in their first try in at 48-all with 32 seconds remaining. Shks fighting for possessball. American Cancer Society. That is
the Class 'A' basketball category; The ball was shuffled back and the all.mercan cancer society. That is
fought the hard fight and lasted .o 'forth until David Musselwhite took' The Sharks were led in scoring why the Society urges all adult wo-
the semi-finals last week in De- control an applied .the clincher by Bob Munn with six points and men to have a 'pelvic examination
SFuniak Springs. with two seconds remaining. Jimmy Wildor with three. once a year.
The Sharks had an uphill battle 'Sharks fg ft tp Jay fg ft tp Ghipley fg ft tp Sharks fg ft tp
all the way, winning out over seed- Munn 4 0 8 Smith 2 1 5 Trawick 1 4 6 Wilder 0 3 3 immediate oal of the Am
ed competition Thursday night to M'white 3 5 11 Tanner 1 0 2 EHartzog 0 4 4 Dawson 0 0 0 erican Cancer Society is the annual
continue their reputation as the Ward 9 5 22 Riberts 1 2 4 Owens 2 0\ 4 M'white 0 0 0 ersaving of 250,000 lives, the anorhnualf of
'team most liable to cause an upset'. Dawson 1 0 2 Russel 3 4 10 Gordy 0 2 2 Munn 2 2 6 those who develop cancer. This
Top Jay By 2 Points Wilder 2 3 7 McCall 2 6 10 M'mck 0 0 0 Ward 0 1 1 could be achieved through earlier
The Sharks opened the tourna- IH'thorne 2 2 6 Daniell 1 0 2 diagnosis and prompt .treatment.
ment with he Jay Royals. The [West 2 1 5 Score by Quarters: IThe American Cancer Society urg-
Sharks came out of a close game Leonard 3 0 6 Chipley 2 1 1 12-16 es all adults to have an annual
with a two point victory. Score by quarters: ........... 1 0 11-12 health checkup.
Jay overcame a 13 point half- Port St. Joe ..._ 19 16 8 7-50
time deficit only to be beaten by Jay 11 11 17 9-48 '",.e :Ae Of Flowers in Th'e
the Sharks in the final two seconds -
of the game. Another 2 Point Victory Sate of Washington
David Musselwhite did .the hon- In the Port St. Joe-Catholic High The State of Washington in- who are planting Aro'und theit
ors wtih a 15 foot jump shot to sew thriller, center Buddy Ward's short tends to put its best foot for- own homes.
up the win. He was second high jump shot iJa the "sudden death" ward for the thousands of visit- Not only has the face of the
scorer for the team with 11 points. session climaxed the thrill-packed ors expected to visit its Cen- state changed but communities
ewith another victory ",the tury 21 Exposition in 1961. have ,gained econonbically frtom
Buddy Ward pumped in 22 points gane with another victory "the The -state decided it needed a their program. The work of
kto 'pace the winners. hard way". Ward, with 20 tallies, face-lifting in the 'form of a the local committees has
Rebounding was evenly 'matched. led the Shark scoring. eautification program in order brought the citizens of the par-
The Sharks collected 33 and the Port St. Joe held a slim 37-36 to dazzle its visitors next year. ticipating communities ci.'e'-
RWho would be the operating 'together in pr'o'ects that all
Royals 30. St. Joe outshot Jay, 41 margin. at halftUme. surgeon ... energetic Seattle, can enjoy upon completion.
to 32 per cent. Marty R'66kWell led Pensacola sophisticated Spokane or bust- State industry has contribu-
Within three minutes of the end Catholic in a fourth quarter rally ling Tacoma? No. The little ted seeds, trees,. paints, tech-
city of Au bu r n, population nical advice, ,posterS, all on ,
of the game, the Royals knotted the which enabled them to knot the 8 o,20), is leaint obg brothers ga s bapostersn ah on
score 44-44. The Sharks immediate- score at the end of regulation down a civic-minded road. Tacoma is beautifying all his-
ly retaliated to take the lead, 46-44. play, 69-all. At a community-wide meet- torical sites, the entrances to
Jay made good a foul shot and Neither team was able to score ing one night, the citizens of the city, and the in ;streeL
'followed with a field goal to move in the initial overtime, forcing the Auburn decided to make their ays, "The bight lashs
'ahead for the first time with 1:19 "sudden 'death" period. Washed pride f the app Srtioned color along the bank adjacent
left. Sharks fg ft tp Catholic fg ft tp shey apprion to therailroad tracks are he
left. n Shaks f ft p I athoic fft projects with the Parent-Teach- t ..e a,.o ... cks are -he
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BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
PHONE BALL 7-4261
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
3 LB. CAN Limit One at This Price
FLOUR 25 lb. bag $1.89
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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
Friends, St. Joe-ites The price being a little high (in his
and 'Citizens: opinion) he didn't get anywhere
We'll take a look -at "The Lighter there. Well, he -didn't stop. He start-
Side" of selling before telling you ed bragging about Port St. Joe, its
more about this Anniversary-itis new post office, new industries,
epidemic that strikes Boyles today: Inew homes ,etc. He even bragged
In one store a customer -asked for about Boyles new store and the
a good after-shave lotion. "I have "remarkable values on every table"
a -date with a luscious redhead to- (we fed him well). Well, to make
night," he explained, "and I want a lon story short we got to feel-
the most provocative tang possi- ing so young and good that we de-
b'e". "Here's one.that's .guaranteed cided to celebrate Boyles 14th An-
to knock her cold," enthused the niversary with a Big Teen-age Val-
salesperson. "It has an ether base." ue Spree! In other words Uncle
We had a visitor at our house Hawk finally sold us a bill of goods
over the'week end: Paul K. Hawks that has kept Mrs. B., Guy Middle-i
from Barnesville, Ga. He is this ton, Gladys Gill, Earline Snell, Es-
writer's uncle and we fondly call other Taylor, Jimmy Stephens and
him Uncle Hawk. Well, Uncle Hawk yours truly stretched out, and in
leads a double life ... He sells a twitter for the past five days.
shoes on the road and operates a We 'tell you only part of the story
department store in 'his spare on another page. Listen daily over
time. How Uncle Hawk manages WJOE (the best reason in the world
to keep his good wife is beyond us for listening!) every day at 8 and
but he has do-ed it! He checks in 9 A.M. for more details.
home only. one to four times a Better still, shop Boyles daily for
month and how he has the gall to new, exciting birthday buys. Boyles
keep a happy home, operate a thriv- is giving away 14 valuable prizes
ing business and peddle shoes on (new, wearable fine quality mer-
the road at .the same time is be- chandise). As you enter take a few
yond us! Well, Uncle Hawk is a seconds to .put your name in the
born salesman and he can sell birthday Ypot-you can be lucky!
shoes and brush his teeth at the Read all about it on page three.
same time. Even though he failed Rise and run to Boyles, the Home
to soll us his line of shoes 'he
t sells us his lineof% ioes h of Sunshine Values in Port St. Joe,
didn't stop. Next, 'he tried to buy
Boyles Department Store (not havy- Florida.
ing enough to keep him occupied). Anniversally yours, RGB
NEWS FROM R. A. NEWS
The Highland View R. A. Chap-
Highlaniid View ter 'held their regular weekly meet-
ing at the church Monday with
By HAZEL OREAMER eight boys and their counsellor,
Gene Cox attending. The .program
was entitled, "Yup-Pu-ToHe of the
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Griffin ofEverglades". An interesting dian
Blountstown spent the week end study. The meeting closed with in-
with their son and daughter, Curti. study. The meeting clo missionaries.n-
Griffin and Mrs. Silas Player and tercessory prayer or missi
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson and Doyle Carlton Launches
daughter Patsy spent the week e CampaignWithBIGRally
In Westville with Mrs. Pattecrsn' campaign With BIG Rally
mother. State Senator Doyle Carlton, Jr.,
Mrs. Grace Middleton of Hoi en- formally launched his campaign
ville, Ky., was the guest of Mr. and for governor Saturday with an en-
Mrs. W. H. Weeks for several days thusiastic kickoff rally .at his home
last week. in Wauchula.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and A festive-minded crowd turned
daughter of Parker visited with out at the Hardee County Fair-
Mrs. Mae Creamer and also tbeir grounds for a barbecued steak din-
grandmother, Mrs. A. J. Payne who 20-minute address by
neo and a 20-minute address by
is a patient at the Municipal Hos- Carlton.
pita!. Aides said food was prepared for
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chestnut were 12,000. Hundreds were still in line
verry happy to have all their chil- when the two tons of steak order-
dren visit them during the week. ed for the occasion gave out.
They were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ohest- The 37-year-old candidate and his
nut of Macon, Ga.; Mr. -and Mrs. wife, Mildred, mingled with the
Colon Chestnut of Pensacola; Mr. sun-drenched crowd for more than
and Mrs. Wess Levin of Bonifay; two hours, shaking hands with
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chestnut of Par- thousands.
ker; Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Mizelle Later, Carlton issued a 15-point
of Edgewood, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. platform calling for legislative re-
Maude Levins and family of High- apportionment, an accelerated road
land and several grandchildren and building program, improvements in
great grandchildren, public education and "the carefully
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Adams of Pan- supervised practice of economy
ama City visited with the J. R. and governmental integrity."
Hewett family Saturday. Same Site Fahter Used
Mrs. Essie V. Knight .and Mrs. Carlton launched his campaign at
Allie Mae Cline visited Mrs. Cline's' the same .spot where his father
father-in-law at the Lisenby Hospi- opened a successful drive fo rgov-
tal in Panama City Monday. ernor in 1928. The candidate lived
SMrs. H. B. Williams spent a few with his parents in the governor's
days in Fort White with her son, mansion at Tallahassee in 1929-33.
James Williams and family. The father and mother were on the
Friends of Mrs. Ernest Bradley speaker's stand during Carlton's
will regret to learn she is a patient speech.
at the Municipal Hospital. Carlton said his platform was lim-
Mrs. Walter Armstrong visited ited to proposals for government
her son, Clarence at the Sunland progress both worthy of attainment
Training Center in Gainesville and attainable.
Sunday. His plank for legislative reap-
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Minger and portionment calls for at least 105
son spent the week end in West- House members and not more than
ville visiting with their parents. 44 senators. Carlton was a leader
A. J. Payne visited with his last year of the unsuccessful drive
daughter and family during the to reapportion the Legislature.
week end. He said after reapportionment
WMS MEETING is attained, constitutional revision
The Highland View WMS met should 'be one of the state's chief
Monday, March 7 at 3:00 o'clock goals.
for a business meeting. The meet- Frank Pate, local Carlton cam-
ing was opened with group repeat- paign manager, attended the meet-
ing the watchword and singing a ing.
WMU hymn. A short skit was pre- .
sented on stewardship by Mrs. About 165,000 Americans will be
Price, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Floyd saved from cancer this year. This
and Mrs. DuBose. Prayer calendar is 40,000 more than were saved an-
was read and prayer by the chair- nually ten years ago. But another
man, Mrs. Ralph Branch. All offi- 85,000 cancer patients, who will
cers present gave a report and the probably die this year, might ha'-e
meeting was dismissed by all sing- been saved by earlier treatment,
ing a WMU hymn. ,says the American Cancer Society,
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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
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The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
$76,981 Raised In First Week of
Boy Scout Camp Fund Pledge Drive
The Boy Scout Development. ed $33,598.00 since the kick-off on
Fund has announced that $76,981. February 24. This District .covers
has been pledged during the first the counties of Okaloosa and Wal-
week, in the $286,700 Campaign. ton.
This represents contributions from This District was followed tby the
Corporations, Businesses, Profess- Alabama-Florida District. Under the
ional people and Scout families in chairmanship of M. C. Leach of
the 11 counties of the Gulf Coast Century, the District reported $25,-
Council, Boy Scouts of America. 403.00. The town of Monroeville,
Two outstanding reports have Alabama has reported over $13,000
been received. The Choctawhatchee thus far and leads the Alabama-
District under the Chairmanship of Florida District, which' comprises
C. W. Ruckel, Jr., of Valparaiso, Conecuh, Evergreen and Monroe
has reported Choctawhatchee rains- counties in Alabama and northern
FOOD, PENNY FOR PENNY
Save on your family food budget by serving
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The second report meetings will D isIbled Can FreezeI
be held throughout the Council Social Security
next Tuesday, March 8. The final ".'" "
report meetings will be held n
Tuesday. March 22. "You can't freeze your social se-
The Gulf Coast Council, Boy curity record unless you are severe-
Scouts of America needs the $286,- ly disabled," John V. Carey, district
700 to build a new Scout camp six manager of the Panama City social
miles west of DeFuniak Springs security office, stated this week.
and construct a service center in Many people do not understand
Pensacola. The Council now serves the disability freeze provisions.
more than 7,500 Scouts and 2 800 They stop work because they want
adult leaders in 281 units. to, don't like their job. are laid
The Council plans to open the off, or for some other reason. Then
new camp during the summer of they want to freeze their record."
1961 and expects to start construc- Carey explained that freezing a
tion this 'spring. The first major social security account is some-
project to be constructed will be a thing like a waiver of premium on
A. J. Strickland Announces He Will
Seek Re-election In District No. 1
A. J. Strickland Wewahitchka,
will seek re-election to -a second
consecutive term as County Com-
missioner, District Number One.
"Find Your Hobby In
The Air Force"-Blair
Hobbyists: Make your hobby the
key to a real future in 'the new age
six hundred foot earthen dam which a regular life insurance policy. If of space for you the hobbyist. The
will create a 38 acre lake. the person can't work anymore be- age of space is the door to real op-
cause of disability, he no longer hasportunity, and your hobby is the
SVet Service Officer To Be to pay the premiums to keep the key if you back it up with sound
In St. Joe March 18 policy in force. training, according to M-Sgt. C. L.
Blair, of the Panama City Recruit-
In the social security program ing Office, 118 East Fourth Street.
Veterans of Gulf County who anyone who has credit for five Here's the answer, train in the
need assistance in obtaining bene-
years out of the ten year period U. S. Air Force. Nowhere else will
fits under the GI Bill, may receive immediately before ;becoming dis- you find so broad and complete-a
guidance from Jim Weant, Assist- abled, may have his account frozen, range of space age specialty train-
ant State Service Officer. The purpose of this action is to in- ing. In the Air Force the age of
Weant will visit this area next sure that benefits payable later space i snow. Day to day, airmen
week for the purpose of helping will not be reduede or affected be- work In rocketry, jet propulsion,
veterans or their dependents in fil- cause of no earnings while disabled, guided missiles, advanced electron-
ing claims for Compensation Bene- "The dsiability freeze is for peo- ics and allied fields. Make your
fits or solving their insurance 'ple who become disabled before age hobby your c career.
problems. This free service includes 150," Carey concluded. "Cash bene- For full details, see Sgt. Blair at
assistance to employers of veter- 'fits are payable to the disabled the Post Office in Port St. Joe on
ans under the GI Bill' Vocational person and his dependents starting the second and fourth Tuesday of
Training, Subsistence or other prob- at age 50. If you want more infor- teach month Train in the Air Force.
lms. nation, contact your nearest social, 'You can be a valuable man in the
During his visit in this area security office. The office for this new age of space. Join the men
Weant may be contacted at the 'area is located 'at 1135 Harrison and women of the Air Force for a
City Hall in Port St. Joe between Avenue. The telephone number is real future and -make your mark
8:00 and 9:00 a.m., March 18. -... POplar 3-5331. as an airman in the Air Force.
After graduation build for, your fu-
ture career in the Air Force, where
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend the age of space is a reality.
Sgt. Blair urged interested young
ng Ave artist Church me and women of the Port St.
Long Ave. Bap tis C oJoe area to contact him in Panama
RE. r City any day, by calling PO 3-1301.
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. TOt 6 7 .
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Youngest member of -the Board
by far, Strickland has established
for himself a reputation for speak-
ing his mind, pulling no punches,
trying to do what is fair and just.
"I would like to take this op-
portunity," he said, "to thank the
people of Gulf County for giving
me the honor of serving them for
the past three years. I feel that I
bave represented the people fairly
and impartially, and if re-elected I
will continue to do so."
Strickland, a dark horse in the
1956 political picture, ran surpris-
ingly strong, made it to the second
primary behind W. C. Roche, -a
Port St. Joe business man. In the
second primary he bested Roche by
10 votes for the nomination.
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The most complex organism
ever created is the human body.
It is unwise for an untrained
person to try to diagnose and
treat himself. Permanent harm ,
can be done,
When illness strikes, consult ,
your doctor. He is a specialist
in his field. Filling prescriptions
is the most important part of
Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida
One cancer patient in three is
now being saved, according to the
American Cancer Society. A few
years ago only one out of four was
saved. This change has been made
possible by improved methods of
diagnosis and treatment and by i
growing public awareness that an
annual health checkup is the best
insurance against death from can-
One million Americans alive to-
day have been cured of cancer-
men, women and children who are
without evidence of the disease at
lease five years after treatment.
These people owe their lives to
,the fact that their cancers were
diagnosed early and promptly treat-
ed, says the American Cancer So-
Today there are about 300,000
American children under 18 who
have lost their fathers to cancer,
according to the American Cancer
.Society. About 240,000 have lost
their mothers. Many of these fa-
thers and mothers could have been
saved by earlier diagnosis and
treatment. That is why the Ameri-
can Cancer Society urges all adults
.to have an annual' health checkup.
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 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon
on Saturday, beginning March 16
and continuing through 12:00 0'-
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
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY, FLA.
In Re: Estate of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Re-
na Jordan, deceased, are hereby no-
tified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
eight calendar months from th'e
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand
must be in writing and must state
the place or residence and post-
office address of the claimant and
-must be sworn to by the claimant,
his agent, or his attorney, or it
will become void according to law.
/s/ DAMON PETERS
Administrator of the Es-
tate of Rena Jordan,
NOTICE OF REGULAR
Notice is hereby given that the
First Primary for the office of two
(2) City Commissioners, one (1)
in group one and one (1) in Group
Two, also for the election of one
(1) Mayor-Commissioner, will be
held at the City Hall Fire Station
in the City of Port St. Joe, Florida
on Tuesday, April 5, 1960.
The polls will open at 8:00
o'clock A.M. and close at 7:00
o'clock P.M. Eastern Standard
When there are more than 'two
candidates for any one ,office and
neither shall receive a majority of
the total votes cast for such office,
then another election shall be held
one week from the date of the first
election, or April 12, 1960, at which
time the two candidates receiving
the largest number of votes in the
former election shall be voted 'on
R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk
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SSPENCER KNIT BRIEFS
Boyles Birthday Thank You No. 8
S Men: Check this BOYLES
Teen age birthday spree on
\\\ < Broadcloth SHORTS
2 For $1.14
They're first quality, standard cut Outstanding
values All sizes for he men!
Attention Men! Unbelievable Value!
First quality, individually packaged, Nylon
KNIT BRIEFS 2 pr. $1.14
You'll pay 79c each anywhere except BOYLES
28 to 40 Buy a dozen
Spencer T-SHIRTS ---- $1.00
Third for 14c
Sizes 2 to 16
Boyles Birthday Thank You No. 9
It's a value feast for young men at BOYLE8S
14th Eirihday Spree!
Eedford Cora and Polished Cotton
Nevr Sold at the's Price .
New Continental and Ivy Styles
choose from the best colors of
BOLES BIRTHDAY THANK YOU NO. 12
A Socking Birthday Buyl
Men's and Boys
NYLON STRETCH SOX
pair $1 00
Get the Third Pair for 14c
Fine assortment new patterns
. Ladies look on our special birthday teen age spree
TABLE ---14c grab
a sensational value in various Items of merchandise.
REGISTER TODAY AT BOYLES ANNIVERSARY SALE- PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
NO STRINGS --
BOYLES BIRTHDAY THANK YOU NO. I
C, i i-nr-rntned Quality Galey and Lord
SAVE 33 1-3 Pct.
A Fine selection of atomic plaids .
36" wide, drip dry.
BOYLES BIRTHDAY THANK YOU NO. 14X
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Men's Summer Straw Hats 14% Discount
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REGISTER TODAY AT BOYLES ANNIVERSARY SALE -PORaT ST. JOE, FLA.
Subs receive Awa rds At
At Annual banquet Thurs.
Cub Scout Pack 47 held it. a
nual banquet night last Thurslda
night in the social room -of !t
First Methodist Church. The occ
,sion honors 'the Cub Scouts wh
are graduating to the Boy Scout
The social room was decorate
in a gold theme in commemoration
of the .golden 'anniversary of Scou
Cubmaster R. H. Ellzey preside
-at the meeting. Guests of honor
were Rev. Edmund Bradley wh
pronounced the invocation; B. B
Scisson representing the sponsor
ing Rotary Club; Scoutmaster
T. .Simpson and Scouts Jim Joh
son and Jake Belin.
Cub Randy Armstrong gave th
welcome to the parents.
Many awards and 'achievement
-'ere presented by Cubmaster Ell
zey during the evening. Those re
ceiving awards were:
David Ewing, Silver Arrow o0
Wolf and Bear and a service star
Roddy Bowdoin, Lion, Gold Arrow
'Point on Lion, 2 silver arrow pointE
.on Lion and Webelos. Larry Mc
Farland, Bobcat. David. Maddox
Bobcat. Randy Collins, Bobcat. Al
an Richardson, service star. Jerr
Nichols, service star.
Benny Dickens, Bobcat. Gar:
Hutchins, Wolf and Gold Arrow oi
Wolf. Glenn Nelson, 2 service stars
and Lion. Bryan Baxley, Gold Ar
row Point and 2 service stars. Dan
ny Wall, 2 service stars.
Willie Ramsey, Bobcat. GeorgE
Anchors, Wolf. Bill Hendrix, Gold
Arrow on Wolf and Wolf. Knap]
Smith, Bear and 2 service stars
Jim Fensom, Bear and 2 servicE
stars.- Joe Hendrix, Silver Arrow
and service star. Freddy Anderson
Gold Arrow on Bear and 2 s'ervicE
'stars. ,Ed Scisson, Lion and 2 sei
vice stars. Tom Buttram, Lion 'and
3 service stars.
Don't Throw Away
Your Old Furniture
your faded, torn and worn
Red's Trim Shop
Corner Second and Reid
BYRD E. PARKER
It has been a pleasure to serve
as your Sheriff in the past, and
if elected again, I will continue
to work to make the office more
efficient. Just remember this of-
fice is just as near as your tele-
phone through our efficient radio
system, for there is always a
county patrol car near you.
BYRD E. PARKER
(Paid Political Adv.)
MEMBER, BOARD of
DISTRICT NO. 2
I will appreciate your vote and
support toward electing me to
another term as your School
(Paid Political Adv.)
iSSS maSmSSSmsar~am 'fSailssilwm:.....as-s.
Sam P. Husband
I will appreciate your continued
confidence, support and vote for
County Judge. If re-elected I will
continue to work to make the
office more efficient and will be
availalbe at all hours for those
unable to transact business dur-
ing office hours.
SAM P. HUSBAND
(Paid Political Adv.).
Mike Martin, Wolf. Billy Carr,
Wolf and 1 service star. Mike Clark,
Bear and 1 service star, Kenny Av-
ant, Silver Arrow on Bear and 2
service stars. Tommy Atchison, 2
service stars and Webelos. Randy
Armstrong, 3 service stars and We-
belos. Bobby Ellzey, Silver Arrow
Point and 2 service stars. David
Keibler, service star.
Cubs graduating to the rank of
Scout were Roddy Bowdoin, Tom-
my Atchison and Randy Armstrong.
They were received into the Scouts
by Scoutmaster John T. Simpson
and Scouts Jake Belin and Jim
A skit was presented 'by the Cubs
on sthe Highlights of Cub Scouting
depicting the many facets of Cub
Scout activities in craftsmanship,.
Americanism and home life.
Cubmaster ElIzey announced win-
ners in the Cub Scout essay con-
test. There were three Cubs tied
for first place, Randy Armstrong,
Mark Bradley and Tommy Atchi-
son. Each Cub received two silver
dollars as 'his prize.
Red Cross Aims
For '60 Given
Rotarian Silas R. Stone gave the
Rotary Club members who had
money a few pointers on how to
avoid some of the excessive inheri-
tance taxes at .the regular club
meeting last Thursday noon.
Stone pointed out .that Florida
has recently adopted the commun-
ity property law which automatical-
ly makes half of a husband's es-
'tate belong to his wife. 'This is a
,definite advantage in avoiding in-
heritance taxes", said Stone. Un-
der this law, half of -a husband's
estate 'belongs to his wife, automa-
tically cutting the value of his es-
tate in half when he .passes away.
An estate is given a $60,000 exemnp-
tion (much, like a dependent ex-
emption) and. all costs of settling-
an estate are exempted from the
estate for tax purposes.
Both husband and wife get the
$60,000 exemption upon death, mak-
ing it possible for a husband to
have an estate valued at $'120,000
without inheritance taxes.
"If an estate exceeds -this amount
prior planning must be made to
Bob Sidwell, Gulf County's new avoid some of the taxes, aid
Stone. "The moat effective way is
Red Cross chairman presented 'the by direct gifts prior to death", he
e program to the Kiwanis Club Tues- said. A person .may make annual
d day, using as his theme, the work gifts of $3,000 each to any. of his
p the Red Cross does in connection dependents he wishes to, in order
3. with the current drive for funds by .to deplete his estate prior t6 death,
e. that organization. thus giving his *edpendents his es-
S Sidwell said the Red Cross mot- tate and avoiding taxes.
t, to for this year is, "Good things "It's real complicated",- said
e happen when you give". Stone, "and would warrant some
- The speaker described the Red investigation with a tax expert to
d Cross as a way of life, ".people help- avoid the heavy inheritance -taxes
ing people". He said that 'an aver- by persons owning a large estate".
age of six cases each week were Guests of 'the club were R, H.
handled by the Red Cross last year. McIntosh and Bill Wiiters of P1ort
Of course Red Cross aid is the St. Joe.
least thing a person can do in .the -
time of disaster. "Who can measure *
the monetary value of a 'home or Sikes Offers
grief 'that strikes a family?" asked
Sidwell. "We can not hope to do Appreciation
away with the sting 'of tragedy ev- rp in
'en with the good work.of Red Cross.
All we can hope to do is to lessen Appreciation to 'the voters of the
the burden". Third Congressional District was
The Red Cross is asking for the expressed this week by Congress-
time, talents .and money of Gulf man Bob Sikes, of Crestview, fol-
I County citizens 'to conduct nurse lowing his renomination without
courses, water safety,. Junior Red opposition.
Cross and home service work 'may He said, "I am deeply grateful to
continue i4 Gulf County., my friends and neighbors- in the
HOME SERVICE Third District for this expression
Home .Service Officer Wayne of their continued confidence. To
-IButtram told of 'several instances be renominated without opposition
!just recently when the Red Cross for an eleventh term .in the'Con-
had been of invaluable service to gress of the United Statep is one
Gulf county families. Buttram said of the greatest honors that the vot-
the Red Cross is charged with three ers can confer. I shall .strive ear-
phases of service to mankind: ser- nestly and prayerfully, to justify
ving the service man, blood pro- this'honor, and I shall work with
gram and disaster work. all my strength and ability for the
Just recently the local Red Cross interest of my people." 1
'had been instrumental in locating -
a 'boy somewhere in service due Church AttAn nce
to a death in the family and in lo-
cating another boy who was at sea
on a submarine .and starting him FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH'
home in an emergency. Sunday School 246
Sidwell said that during 1960 the Training Union 1,16
Red Cross plans to expand into a Worship Services -............. 410
permanent water safety program,
teaching first aid courses and in FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
starting a Junior Red Cross work Sunday School 22
in Gulf County. Worship Services T57
Guests of the club were Steve
Whealton of the Key Club -and Mr. FIRST METHODIST
Fraser of Jacksonville. Sunday School 157
I_ MYF 20
oA SEAMAN SAMMY HUIE Worship Services ----........... 230
ARRIVES AT SAN DIEGO
SAN DIEGO, CALIF.-Sammy J.
Huie, .seaman, USN, of Port St.
Joe, arrived .at San Diego, Calif.,
February 10, aboard the destroyer
USS Parsons following a ,cruise
from Charleston, S. C., via the Pan-
The Navy's newest destroyer will
be homeported at San Diego, and
will 'serv eas flagship for Destroyer
A recreation visit to Lima, Peru,
was made during the cruise.
Guests of Ellzeys
Week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
R. H. Ellzey was Mrs. J. L. Dom-
iney of Malone, mother of Mrs. Ell-
Guests of Mrs. Stokes
Dr. and Mrs. Don Nichols were
recent guests of Mrs. Arabelle
Stokes of Oak Grove.
Want Ads Get Result
Highland View Methodist
Sunday School 36
Evening Fellowship .----..-............ 8
Worship Services .........-....... 64
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST
Sunday School 173
Training Union 100
Worship Services ..... ------- ...........282
W. R. Hancock Visits
St. Joe In Campaign
W. R. (Buster) Hancock of
Groveland, was in Port St. Joe
Tuesday afternoon meeting friends
and forming a Gulf County organi-
zation to support 'his bid for the
nomination to the Commissioner of
Agriculture post. Hancock owns
and operates Hancock Groves at
Groveland and is active in state
Ben Dickens will be his Gulf
County campaign chairman with
Mrs. Tom Coldewey heading 'up his
campaign among the women.
*f' STAF. Puort 4. -j, f.
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1960
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander.
son Cottages, StL Joe Beach. tfc
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 Foarth St. See Frank LeHardy
or phone 7-8141. tfc-l-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
ard will be vacated around Febru-
ary 1. 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
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley,. $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibsoi or call BAll 7-5771. -
MEXICO BEACH RENTALS
1 bedroom turnishel apts. $40.00
per month. -2 bedroom furnished
apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month.
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts.
$50,.00 per month. Residential and
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for
sale, good income, .terms.
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro.
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta.
Panama City, Fla.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom, two
bathroom house near Elementary
School. Has living room and den.
Only $10,500. Terms. 3t-3-3
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491
FOR SALE: Large kerosene circu-
lating heater and 50-gal. tank and
metal stand. Changing to gas heat.
W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward Ave-
nue. Phone BAll 7-3041.
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.
S houses In downtown Wewahit-
1 bedroom trailer, '51 moddel, $1,-
New 3 bedroom houses on Bell-
2 bedroom trailer, '56 model fdr
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
FOR SALE: 11 cu. ft. refrigerator.
Excellent condition. New paint.
See at MODERN FURN. CO.
-FOR SALE: Norge 36" *electric
range. 2 giant eyes. Like new.
See at MODERN FURN. CO.
FOR SALE: Three .bedroom home
at 110 Bellamy Circle. 1 year old.
1950 Plymouth. Good .mill car. $75.
Phone 7-5311 between 7:30 a.m. and
4:30 p.m., week days. ltp
-REPAIR WORK: Bicycles, lawn
*mowers, small electric applianc-
es, saw filing. Bazzell's Fixit Shop,
Highland View. 4tp-3-10
WANTED: Ambitious women with-
out neglecting your family you
can earn good money representing
TV advertised cosmetics in your
neighborhood. Write AVON Cosme-
tilc, Box 3103 MSS, Tallahassee,
WANTED: Will buy old bottles
and relies in good condition.
Please advise condition and price.
Allan R. Curll, Box 146, Rt. 1, Niee-
ville, Fla. lOp-2-11
'SPTIQ TANKS pumped out. Call
Aufor# Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
qgick pert service. tfc
FREE GIFTS for Tupperware hos-
te s. As high as $10.00 to $15.00.
Tupperware can be won for having
4 party Call your Tupperware deal-
ee?. Josephine Smith, BAll 7-2520.
HOUSE WIRING and general re-1
.palri4g. Mexico Beach. Phone
BAll 9-9124. 4tp-3-3
WVANTED: 2,000 members for the
greatest voluntary organization
inthe World. Contact Ted Cannon
at the Florida Bank at Port St. Joe
or detalo. I
%, A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. I
5,, 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-1
ng brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel i'ovett, Secretary -
MODERN NEW HOME
2 BDRMS. 1 V Baths
This lovely new home in beau-
tiful Mexico Beach has many
custopn features not found in
.the average home: Built-in
outlets for TV, phone, automa-
tic washer, dryer, gas or elec-
tric rgnge; has heated bath- I
room, large wardrobe closets
and many other desired extras.
A sinerb buy at only $9,875;
only 1500 down, $75 per mo.
(prin. and int.)
C. M. Parker, R. E.
Hlway 98 Mexico Beach
IF YOU .ARE INTERESTED in
saving money, see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thuisday nights Fourth St. Meeting night ~ery
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home; other Monday. .
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 ,p.m in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall', 310
THERE WILL BE regular rco &
auntsoa.tion of Port-St Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every ffrat and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ROBERT H. TRAWIOK- W. M.
POPE FENDLEY, See*-
All Master Masons cordially invited
HENNESSY Service Station
AT MEXICO BEACH
Freendian Pinto Horse
BOYS and GIRLS -- Here's your opportunity to own a horse, com-
plete with bridle and saddle. Have mom and dad drive out to CAR-
GILL'S HENNESSY SERVICE STATION and register. Additional oppor-
tunities to win this horse may be had with each $1.00 purchase at our
station during this grand opening event.
CLIP THE ABOVE PICTURE of APACHE
And Bring It To Us for
FIVE ADDITIONAL CHANCES
To Win APACHE for your own -- Complete with bridle, saddle
HENNESS service Station