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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THlURSiDAY, MARCH 17, 196


NUMBER 25


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10 Gulf County Office Holders Will

Go Back In Office Unopposed

When the qualifying time. for following:
candidates for county offices came Tax Collector-incumbent
to a close at noon Tuesday the land 0. Pridgeon.
Clerk of Circuit Court, George Y. Superintendent, Board of
Core had 28 candidates filed as lie Instruction-Thomas A. O0
candidates. There were 10 of Gu.l incumbent.
County's office holders who were County Judge-Sam P. Husl
unopposed despite this heavy fiel incumbent.
of candidates. These 10 will auto- Clerk of the Circuit Cou
matically ibe re-elected i'y default. George Y. Core, incumbent.
The three-man sheriff's race w'L Sheriff-incumbent Byrd E.
probably be the hottest county cam- ker, J. L. (Big Jim) Godwin
paign followed by a wide open E. Tom Pridgeon, Sr.
County Commission contest. Harbor Master-H. M. (I
Hammock, incumbent.
Qualified to seek. election in the Ta Assessor-Smmy Pat
May 3. Democratic Primary are the incumbent.
County Prosecutor Silas
Ar L a BStone, incumbent.
th Lupton Supervisor of Registration-
s C. G. Rish, incumbent.
Pa-sseS Wednesday Member Board of Public Insi
tion, District Two-incumbent
ten Ward, Roy V. Harper and
C. Arthur Lupton, a long-timeterWad, Roy V. Harper and
resident of Port St. Joe was taken Scheffer.
by death Wednday morning at Member, Board of Public Inst
1:00 a.m in the Veteralfis Hospital tion, District Four-C. E. B
in Lake City: He had been taken incumbent.
to 'the hospital last Friday for ad- County Commission, Distri
t -incumbent George W. Coo
mittance. He was 67 years of age. -incu ent George W. Coo
-Lupton had been-a resident of L eo Kennedy, Jesse Anderson
Port St..Joe since 1902. .County Commission, Dist:


He was a member of the Metho-
dist Ch-urch, -the Masonic Lodge,
Number 111, and of the Americani
Legion. He served in the Navy in
World War II. Lupton had served
as Commander of Willis.V. Rowan,
Post 116 and had also served sev-
eral -terms as Adjutant.
Funeral arrangements -were in-
complete at press, time yesterday,
but.: services will be held from the
First M-ethodist Church in Port St.'
Joe with burial in the family plot
in Jehu Cemetery at Wewahitchka.
Members of -the American Legion
will serve as pallbearers. Service
arrangements will be announced la-
ter by Comforter Funeral Home of
Port St. Joe, in charge of arrange-


Candidate

C. W. Long. owner of the Dixie
Har- Belle Motel and former owner of
the Western Auto Associate Store
Pub- here in Port St. Joe this week an-


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Three-G. S. Croxton, incumbent;
Parker G. Hart, C. W. Long, T. D.
(Doc) Whitfield and L. Wood.
County Commission, District One
-incumbent A. J. Strickland, Ted
Cumbie and W. C. Roche.
Small Claims Judge-J. C. Mar-
tin, incumbent.


Raly ,Wil JSpur

Attendance Crusade

The Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
liance is sponsoring a city-wide
rally next Sunday, March 20, -at
3:00 p.m. at the First Baptist
Church.


ments. I This Rally is in 'connection with
Lupton is survived by two bro- the Church Attendance Crusade
therss, I. C. and P. 0. Lupton, both now underway in all of the chur-
of Port' St. Joe. ches of this .area..
Jack Eppes, Executive Director
Complaint Filed With of United Christian Action, Inc.,
n will be the main speaker. United
Commision On Bdo Dog Christian Action is the interdenom-
inational organization in Florida to
John Lee of Hunter's Circle ap- lead in the campaign against bev-
peared before 'the City Commission erage alcohol, indecent literature,
Tuesday night representing four gambling and other moral evils
families on the Circle registering which operate in the state of Flor-
a complaint of vicious dogs in the ida. Mr. Eppes has a message that
area. : every Christian should hear.
Lee reported that children on the This City-wide Rally is for all
Circle were menaced by two dogs the people of the community and
in the area. Lee declared that the surrounding areas. A large crowd
dogs would attack children 'and is expected to be present.
asked the City to take action on --- -
the matter. Called To Georgia
The Commission referred the Dr. Wayne Hendrix was called
matter to Chief of Police H. W. to Cartersville, Georgia last week
Griffin, who said he would tned to end due to the serious illness of


the situation.


his father.


Floridaaptists Will Hold World Mission

In Daytona Beac First churchh April 5 T
Florida Baptists first-World Mis- Baptist Convention. Mrs. J. H.
sions Conference will.'be held at the Lockhart, president of Womia.nl's
First Baptist Church, Daytona Missionary Union of Florida, will
Beach, April 5-7, in connection with preside over the meetings.
the annual meeting of Baptists' Other foreign mission board per-
Woman's Missionary Union, accord- sonnel includes Dr. Cornell Goer-
ing 'to Miss Josephine Jones, execu- ner, Dr. Rogers Smith, Dr. Winston
tive secretary, of Woman's Mission- Crawley, Dr. Elmer West of Rich-
ary Union. mond and Dr. Carlton Whirley, Dr.


This is expected to be the larg-
est gathering ,of Florida Baptists
ever held.
Featured on the program will be
Dr. Baker James Cauthen. execu-
tive secretary of the Foreign Mis-


and Mrs. William Gaventa of No-
geria and Vaida Long of Eku, Ni-
geria.
Home Missionary board person-
nel includes Dr. Fred Moseley and
Dr. Billy Hargrove, in addition to


&ion Board, 'and Dr. Courts Redford, Redford. Dr. John Maguire, execu-
executive secretary of the Home tive secretary of the Florida Bap-
Mission Board of the Southern Itist Convention will represent state i


lnounuced his candidacy for county
Commissioner in District Three.
Long, who has been a resident of
the Port St. Joe area for the past
12 years made the following state-
men'pt on nnnouncin. his candidacy.


SMAIL



Postmaster Chauncey Costin
announced this- week- that a
change in mail delivery times in
and out of Port St. Joe will go
into effect next week.
Costin said that mail now ar-
riving in Port St. Joe at 9:00 a.m.
will now arrive at 7:30 a.m.
Mail leaving Port St. Joe in
the afternoon at 4:30 p.m. will
now leave at 7:00 p.m.
Mail arriving from Panama
City and mail to and from We-
wahitchka will not be affected
by the new schedule.
Costin said the new schedule
will allow any mail put in the
post office or mail boxes by 4:30'
p.m. will be dispatched on the
day mailed.

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City PrimaryElection0

Set For Aprl 1 5


The; City Commission named the
election- officers at their regular
meeting Tuesday night, to conduct
the City .Primary election on April
5. Serving on the board are: J. A.
Cason, bailiff; Mrs. Durel Brigman,
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry and Mrs. Fred
Maddox, Inspectors and Mrs. W. J.
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U- -L EVd1l 30 IVE^,ce. Eib T.YI < r I* ar '""I L, je TA. Ow
"No one knows any better than As of press time yesterday, only Public Instr
I what it means to try to operate B two candidates had qualified for announced
a business profitably and meet an te the three city posts up for election. County has
a business profitably and meet an commissioner R. H. (Bob) Ellzey State Boarm
ever increasing tax burden. I be- Mrs. Mary L. Creamer, age 62, has qualified for re-election .and request for
lieve that an efficiently operated of Oak Grove was taken ,by death Frank Hannon, local insurance man ject has bee
county government *can, on our Wednesday morning at 5:45 a.m. has qualified to oppose Ellzey. ida division
present income, meet all of ourxes. I t the Municipal Hospital., Two other posts are up for elec- fense Educa
needs without any more taxes. I She is survived by her husband, tion; those .of Mayor-Commissioner mittee. The
do 'not necessarily advocate econ- Dan N. Creamer of Oak Grove; two with J. L. Sharit as incumbent and by the Fede
omy as much as I do efficiency. sons, Robert L. of Port St. Joe -and Commissioner, with Watson Smith mote intere
'Get the most done for the money James Edward, with the U. S.. as incumbent. Neither of these public school
spent'. Let's bring in more indus- Navy; .one daughter, Mrs. Howard posts have a qualified candidate This proj
try and people to divide up our Ellison of Perry; three brothers, as yet, but .both incumbents are Gulf, Calhou
present tax load. I believe our tax- Cl.aries H. Sullivan of Tampa; W. expected -to. qualify. B B Scisso
,es.can be cut. H. Sullivan of Tampa and G. C. Qualifying deadline for candi- Gulf Count
"In my opinion the next four Sullivan of Tallahassee; tw3 sis- dates 'is Saturday, March 19. at General Sup
years will be more important than ters, Mrs. Annie B. Pruett and Mrs. 'noon. y :and Jay
the past 20. The coming of more in- Hugh Hansen, both of Tampa... /'Qualification fee for all offices is berty County
dustry and 'people will come more Funeral services will be held at $35.00. ty .project.
demands on government. Let's me3t 2:30 p.m. 1.1."1:- om 'the Oak Grove I under th
that demand by more wisely spend- Assembly :, G.-.d Church with the SARA BRINSON RETURNS grant a 1
ing our present income. One of the Rev. Jerry Creamer and Marvin HOME AFTER VSIT will be estal
first things a prospective-industry Creamer will ocfi'iLat assisted by Sara Brinson has returned to her for the use
wants to know is "Will I be taxed Rev. Charles H. Harthern, pastor, home in Dublin, Georgia after outthethree
out of existence". If elected your officiating. Burial will be at Holly spending -ten. days visiting here
commissioner I do not promise 'that Hill Cemetery in Port St. Joe.. with'her parents Mr. and Mrs. R.' The initial
I will not vote for more taxes if :'t Pallbearers will be T.-.F. Russ, H. Brinson. purchase of
is a worthy cause, but I promise ,James Horton, Buford Griffin, Her- Sara is being. transferred in Ap- and the nei
that you will have to show me that man- .'i "'-, Ernest Lightfoot ri to a VA hospital in Los Ange- make this p
we cannot do it on what we have. and John Dickey les, Califor-nia. ... .amount of tl
S. Comforter minerall Home of Port ,
"No one has contributed a dime St. Joe is in. charge of arrange-
to my campaign. I am not connect- ments. fBaa%

ed in any way with any person,
firm or corporation and I guaran-
tee you that nothing but the needs
and wishes of the masses of the
people will influence my actions."


Farris Bryant To

Visit This Area

Farris Bryant, candidate for Gov-
ernor, will visit Apalachicola this
Saturday, March 19. Mr. Bryant
will speak -on the corner by th.e
Grill Cafe at 4:00 p.m., EST. At
5:00 ,p.m. Bryant will speak in
Carrabelle and at 7:00 p.m. will ad-
dress a homecoming crowd at Telo-
gia.
This will be Bryant's-.first visit
to this area during this campaign
for Governor.

CLUB 22 WILL HAVE
BAKE SALE SATURDAY
Melody Rebekah Lodge Club 22
will have a bake sale this Satur-
day, March 19 beginning at 9:30
a.m. in front of the Lawson Build-
ing.
The sale will measure 'homemade
pies and makes.


are Dance For
.,1.if.Fund Drive


lV~~I~lU7 LWIEI' IbUIIV M
agree To Give Footage for
AreTo @ eFotg for


Post Office Dedication


A western style square dance Plans Are Changed
will 'be sponsored by the American .. .:
Cancer Society, Gulf County Unit Formal dedication of the new
at 'the Centennial Building, tomor- post office building has tentatively
row night at 8:00 p.m. A professioil- been set for 'Saturday, April 9.


al caller 'and' demonstrators from
Tyndall Air Force Base will per-
form.
If you do not care to square
dance, special dances will be per-
formed'"so that you may enjoy be-
ing a spectator.
The admission price is $1.00 per
person.
Soft drinks and snacks will be
available. For .,table reservations
contact Mrs...S. R. Stone at BAll
7-7161. Mrs. Gannon Buzzett has
charge of ticket sales.
This form of entertainment is for
.all ages, and It is hoped that the
people of this area will 'take ad-
vantage of 'this opportunity for a
wonderful evening of square danc-
ing, Western style.


Four Forest Fires

In JnFb


Conference


Through 7 Dispatcher. J. H. Pope of the
Florida Forest Service White City
missions. Tower.. says county fire reports
show- 'for January and February,
Woman's Missionary. Union will four fires burned 53.5 acres.
hold methods conferences and their During the same period in 1959
annual election of officers will take there:were nine careless and one
place. Mrs. William McMurray, of incendiary fire that burned 76.5
the Southern Baptist Woman's Mis- acres.
sionary Union, Birmingham, will .Pope. points out that all four fires
be heard on the program along with this year have been caused from
Dr. Carl Bates, pastor, First Bap- carelessness and could have been
tist Church, Charlotte, N. C. avoided. Pope said, "A careless
Special conferences on mission 'fire can do just as much damage
Sto the forests or a home as a pur-
education, laymen's work, Royal posely set fire". Pope urges more
Ambassador leadership, new mis- care in the woods at least until the
sions and church and the Forward dry season is past.
Program of Church Finance will be
held. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY.


;ence

library

tens, Superintendent of
ruction for Gulf County
this' week that Gulf
bs been advised by the
d of Education that a
a special science pro-
en approved by the Flor-
L of the National De-
,tion Act advisory com-
NDEA was formulated
eral Government to pro-
est in sciences in the
)ls of the nation.
iect was initiated by
an and Liberty counties.
i, General Supervisor of
y; Howard Johnson,
ervisor, Calhoun Coun-
Mitchell, Principal, Li-
,y planned this 'tri-coun-

e provisions of this
m science film library
blished at Blountstown
of all schools through-
county area.
1 .grant calls for the
100 16mm :science films
cessary equipment to
project functional. The
he grant totals $9,200.


venue

Widenin


The City Commission discussed
again, Tuesday night, the possibili-
ty of widening Long Avenue be-
tween First and Fifth Streets to a
70 foot street.
Property owners W. W. Barrier
and Eldridge Money appeared be-


Initial plans were to have a fish fore the Board and stated 'that they
fry or barbecue in connection with had contacted all property owners
the celebration, but the 'time speak- along the street to ask their will-
ers will be able to attend, made ingness ,or relinquishing four feet
a. change in plans necessary of their property for the necessary
There will be no meal. The ex- i widening. Barrier said that all were
ecutive assistant to the Postmaster in agreement on the action, with
General is expected to be present the St. Joe Paper 'Company being
at the ceremony, the only property owner not con-
te________r.____ .tacted.
Mayor Sharit stated that he had
Elementary PTA conferred with Harry H. Saunders
I a Ton 'the 'matter and reported that the
Will Mee Tonight Paper Company would probably go
along, as Saunders stated to Sharit
The Port St. Joe Elementary "the company is willing to go
School PTA will meet tonight at along with any suggestion for the
7:30 p.m. in -the Elementary School improvement of the community."


auditorium.
Circuit Judge Robert McCrary ol
Marianna will be the guest speaker
at the meeting.
All members of the Elementary
PTA ,are urged to attend.
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County Presents

Primary Road Needs

TALLAHASSEE Road budget
hearings were held here yesterday
on requests from Calhoun, Liberty,
Franklin 'and Gulf counties.
The counties submitted construc-
tion requests for 1960 to James
Nelson, Third District road repre-
sentative from Pensacola.
The hearings were held in Talla-
hassee's CGarlton building.

Visitors From Panama
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Buttram from Panama City last
Saturday and Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Frances Amos and Mrs. Car-
rie Amos.


Shut Down Friday

For Repairs,

Lack of Orders

T. S. Coldewey, Vice President
of the St. Joe Paper Company, an-
nounces that the Mill will shut
down on Friday, March 18, for lack
of orders and to perform some
necessary maintenance 'and repairs.
It is estimated that the Mill will
be down until Monday, March 28,
at which time operations will be
resumed with an additional shift.
Approximately 100 men will be
employed to operate the fourth
shift. About half of this number
will be former employees previous-
ly laid off, who have recall rights
entitling them to reemployment
under Company policy. The Per-
sonnel Department anticipates hav-
ing to hire at least 60 new employ-
ees.
According to Mr. Coldewey, the
first quarter of 1960 was a little
soft in paperboard demand; how-
ever, it is 'anticipated that the re-
mainder of the year will be strong
enough to permit the Company to
continue the normal 'four shift
schedule. A vacation period of two
weeks over the Fourth of July is
planned 'to be included in the nor-
mal operating schedule.


City Discusses

L rain Problems

Two drainage problems came to
the attention of the City Commis-
sion Tuesda night. Commissioner
R H. (Bp,!) Ellzey reported that
tie recent ratins had showed 'the
need for some drainage work be-
tween 9th and 10th Streets in the
Monument Avenue area. Ellzey said
the water was standing in yards
back of the Port .St. Joe Elemen-
tary School and that previous me-
thods of alleviating the situation
had proven ineffective. The Com-
mission instructed P. W. Petty to
inspect 'the situation and see what
could be done.
The other drainage problem pre-
sented by Ellzey was in the 10th
Street area of Westcott Circle. H6
said recent work around Knowles
avenue had created an area of
standing water. Petty was instruct-
ed to look into this matter.
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Pitts ome Is

Destroyed By Fire

The home of Henry Pitts was
destroyed by fire early Wednesday
morning on Seventh-Street in High-
land View.
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire


received the fire call at 11:45 p.m.
A. P. Martin Overcome Tuesday night, but were unable to
By Motor Fumes do much about the blaze 'because of
lack of water facilities.
A. P. Martin, operator of -Andy's The house was a total loss along
Welding Repair Shop here in Port with most of the furniture in it.
St. Joe was overcome by carbon Pitts states that he didn't know
monoxide fumes Tuesday morning how the fire started. One of Pitts'
while operating his 'electric weld- sons was the only one at home at
ing machine. the time. He had gone to sleep and
Martin was working in his shop awoke 'to find the house filled with
with the doors closed when he smoke.
realized he was 'passing out. He
made it outside where he passed Error Made In
out. He was taken to the Munici-
pal Hospital and kept under obser- IGA Ad This Week
nation for several hours and was
released. Somehow or other an error has
a e e crept into the IGA Foodliner adver-
Jaycees Meet Tuesday tisement in this week's issue of
The Star.
The Port St. Joe Junior Chamber Prices for Armix Shortening and
of Commerce will hold their regu- Pork and Beans are transposed.
lar meeting next Monday night in The items are selling as follows
,the City Hall at 8:00 p.m. this week: Armix, 3 lb. can for 49c
All members are urged to be and Pork and Beans, 3 cans for
present, as the organization plans 39c. The ad states just the oppo-
to discuss its first project. 'site.


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The Tattler


Published by
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
little fun"
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
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


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Last Call Get Aboard Boyles 14th


Anniversary Value Boat! Biggest


Bargain Cruise Ever-Record Attendance


Dear Friends:
Had you noticed that the baby
boom of the 40's has become the
marriage boom of the 60's, and in
the next five years alone more thaa
'3,000,000 teenage girls will marry?
Marrying Sam should have a real
field day and Boyles Infant's De-
partment should boom with its cash
values! Mommas, take 'a look at
this week's luscious shipment of
drr-Ases for tots and teens. They
are marvelous! We don't sell 'em
. you'll just buy!
Penciled on the wall of a run
down restaurant: "Duncan Hines
wept here". Now, 'if you 'haven't
seen Boyles New Store just forget
how it looked .before we remodel-
ed! Now you can circulate around
with ease and wait on yourself as
you please! Hello, Mrs. Drake of
Atlanta (H. A., too); do you like
the new picture in this column bet-
ter? We miss you why not


move back to Port St. Joe? Mrs.
Smith came in Boyles one day last
week looking weary and tired.
"Will you wrap that dress for me?'"
she said with a sigh of relief. "I've
looked in every store in Panama
City and saw nothing near as cute."
Mr. Van Horn, formerly of Beacon
Hill, Port St. Joe, drove 72 miles
(from Panama City and return) to
purchase a special pair of Boyles
top quality Star Brand 'shoes. Said
.Mr. Van; "the best shoes I ever
wore and couldn't find anything
like then in P. C. "Yes, my friends,'
customers are' learning every day
it pays to shop the Boyles way .
this is a.:fact not just bragging
and wagging!


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A striking statement in our
church bulletin Sunday by Roy L.
Smith: "Education is not enough;
it may make a scoundrel *a little
-more dangerous". I was also struck
by the minister's subject of his
Sunday evening sermon; "Let the
wheat -and 'the tares grow together".
Do you not find it greatly benefi-
cial at times to talk your problmes
over with a good and interested
friend? I have, and -appreciated this
fine privilege. Now, do you have a
clothing problem do your feet
hurt and have you a big foot prob-
lem? Why not talk it over with us
folks at Boyles? We sincerely want
to help you we'll make every
effort to do so. We are in business
to serve. We do not claim to be
like the store in Boston with a
sign in 'the window that reads:
"We -undersell the store that un-
dersells the 'store that will not be
undersold". However, we come


close! We sell for cash and we sell
for less!
Today's chuckle: "You can al-
ways spot 'a well informed man.
His views coincide with yours!"
Now, we'll make a bet our views,
will match when we tell you this
has been and now is (3 more 'great
days) Boyles Biggest and best
Birthday 'Sa4le. For daily details
dial WJOE at 8 and 9 a.m. each
morning We're having a prize.
winner every day. It may be YOU.
Bless your *hearts for leading this
column and a lollipop to each of you
if you'll just come and get it today,
tomorrow or next day.


S'long


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Gulf County Health Dpathment Playing

Major Role in Prevention of Disease

In thq prevention of communica- globin, one malaria, 23 Rh factors,
Lle diseases the Gulf County Health 1405 serologies, 32 sugar, 281 ty-
Department is justly proud of the' phoid cultures, 237 parasite cul-
statistics of their activities in the tures, 195 TB smears, 139 urinaly-
preventable disease programs, ses, 28 milk and 234 watre samp-
Of the immunizations consisting lee.


of smallpox,. diphtheria, whooping
cough, tetanus, poliomyelitis and
typhoid 5,989 completed series .vere
given.-
Chest x-rays for health card ap-
plicants, tuberculosis. contacts,
suspects, inactive cases and the


The Health Department staff in-
cludes H. I. Langston, M.D., Health
Officer, F. E. Trammell,. Sanitar-
ian, Ruby C. Gilbert, Public Health
Nurse; -Roberta H. Harden, Pub-
lic Health Nurse; Hazel L. Gaskin,
Clinic Aide and Pauline W. Sow-


Mobile Unit totaled 2,390. Six per- erAs,-Deputy Registrar and Clerk-
sons were hospitalized and diag- Typist. It la planned to obtain the
nosed as having tuberculosis. services of a mental health worker
In venereal disease control five in Gulf County at an early date.
patients were treated. In the Deputy-Registrars office
The Health officer admitted 17 there- were 308 birth certificates,


maternity cases and the Pubic
Health Nurses supervised 24 qma-
ternity cases. The Public Health
Nurse made 567 visits to homes.
Twelve vocational rehabilitation
field clinics 'and two .Florida Coun-
cil for the Blind clinics were held
in the Health Departments. One re-
gional Crippled Children's Clinic
was held.
In the .school health program 166
preschool children and 13 ,.pupils
were examined by the,'Healtl .Offi-
cer. Visual acuity -tests. were given
to 440 .pupils and 152 school chil-
dren were .tested. ,for: hearing de-
fects.
In the field of chronic diseases,
21 cancer patients, 22 diabetics and
34 cardiovascular 'renal-disease pa-
tients were -admitted to. service.
Forty-two crippled, children were
admitted to :orthopedic -service. :
In the mental, 'health.:admissions
to service seven people were seen
by the; Health Officer,: 18 people
by -the Public: Health.N'.rses 'and
five peopleyweret admitted to"-Men-
tal Health 'Guidance~e.O ics.
Eifty-seven .people har. morbidity
problems,'and 43 adults'were given
general medical-...'examinations by
the. Health Officer. ,.
-Countywise there.':.were 98 food
handling establishments inspected
by the.,Sanitarian-with 9899;.-itta: to


these places. Two-hundred and..six-
ty nine .health cards were issued.
There were 52 approved. water.sup-
plies installed:and 53:approved'sep.
tic tanks; Percolatioe-,ana isoil log
tests done were 30. Fiejd visits and
inspections done by' the Sanitarian
on private premises, public ',premi-
ises, camps, schools, public -water
systems ands:eewerage. systems to-
taled 697. C'
There were 38 cow bange..test-
ed and 38 -cows tuberculin tested
with 13 visits made to dairy farms
by the: San ttarian.
On specimens examined by the
laboratories, i 6 0 2 'examinatioinsa
-were done. These included 27 hemo-


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61'-death certificates and five still-
birth -certificates filed in 1959.


Church Attendance

Crusade Figures
Oak Grove Assembly of God
Sunday School 222
Christian Cadets 96
Young People 31
Worship Services 262

WHITE CITY BAPTIST
Sunday School 106
Trraiiing. Union 65
Worship Services 177

LONG AVENUE" BAPTIST
Sunday School 181
Training Union. 83
Worship Services '264

FAITH -BIBLE .CHURCH
Sunday School 24
Worship-SiSrvices 63

Fi; FIRST' BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday. School 254
Training. Union 112
Worship- Services 395
Highland, V.Ie* Methodist
Sunday School 43
Rvening- Fellowship 15
WorshilpsServices, 59

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Sunday-School 28
Worship .Services 566

,F4RST METHODIST
Sunday School 166


M Y. F. 22 who are Nurse Trainees 'at Florida
Worship' Services 265 State University.


Presbyterian Gladiolus Circle Meets

Circles Meet With Mrs. Sid Brown
The Gladiolus Circle of the Port
Circle One of the Women of the St. Joe Garden Club met for a reg-
Presbyterian, Church met in the ular meeting March 10 at 3:00 p.m.
home of-:Mrs 'John Robert ,Smith at 'the home of Mrs. S. R. Brown,
with eight.'members present. At- Jr., with eight members and one
ter. the business 'portion- was com- visitor, Mrs. S. R. Brown, Sr., from
pleted the Bible leader, Mrs. J. E. Plymouth, N. C., present.
Perritt led the study taken from the Mrs. G. S. Croxton, chairman,
eighth chapter of Romans. presented two garden quizes en-
Circle Two of the Presbyterian titled, "Growing Trees and Land-
Women of the Church was -held in escaping" and "Can You Grow
the homd of Mrs. .Belle Morrison These Trees?"
with., eight members and one visi- A discussion on caladium culture
tor, Mris. Sally Hill, present was held and plans were made for
Reports were made from the var- the April meeting.
ious committees. Mrs. Joe Parrott -----
served aa. Bible leader with all
members participating. Mrs. Par-.
rott closed with prayer.


Mexico Beach

WSCS MeetS -


The WSCS of the First Methodist
Church 9f Mexico Beach met Wed-
nesday at 7:,30 p.m. in the home of
Mrs. W. O. Cathey, Sr.
Mrs. W. O0. Cathey, Jr., presi-
dent, opened the meeting with a
prayer.
Mrs. Edward Gould, vice presi-
dent, was in charge of the worship
program. The subject of 'the pro-
gram was based 6n 'the subject,
"Tow Total is My 'Stewardship"?
Also taking part In this program
were Mrs. John Castleberry, Mrs.
James Chewning and Mrs. Robin-
son.
During the business session -the
secretary's minutes were read .by
Mrs. James Chewning and the
treasurer's, report given by Mrs.
John Castleberry, Mrs. J. C. Staf-
ford 'and Mrs. C. H. Shepherd were
welcomed as new members.
The meeting closed with the
singing of "God Be With You Till
We- Meet Again."
Refreshments were served by
the hostess to 10 members and
eight visitors.
The -next meeting on.April 6 will
be held at the home of Mrs.; Don
Elliott. All the women of Mexico
Beach, members and visitors are
invited.

Guests of Brinsone
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brinson had
as their guest last week end Mrs.
Brinson's niece, RQ'ba Heater from
Panama City.


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whit Posey
announce the birth of a son, Marty
Robert on March 7.
Mr. and rMs. James Calvin Lit-
tle announce the birth of a baby
girl, Karen Regina on March 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellfs John Dean
Laurimore announce the .birth of
a daughter, Denise Diane on March
10.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ray Medlin
announce the -birth of a son, Thom-
as Craig on March 13.
(All births occurred at the
;Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital)


Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, March 21
Spiced ham slices, green butter
beans, lettuce and tomato salad,
cherry pie, white bread and milk.
Tuesday, March 22
Shepherds pie, snap beans, car-
rot sticks, hot biscuits, apple jelly
and milk.
Wednesday, March 23
Hot dogs, 'potato salad, cabbage
slaw, apricots and milk.
Thursday, March 24
Chicken and noodles, turnip
greens, peach orisp, corn bread and
milk.
Friday, March 25
Cacaroni salad, cheese toast, Eng-
lish peas, sliced tomatoes, fruit
cup and milk.


THURSDAY, MA)O1' 1, ito


a a Company. He is rAst 15regident of
Addison Agency the Kiwanis Club, a member of the
First Baptist Church and was elect-
Has Op ingH ed deacon of the church in October
of -this year.
J. Rex Addison, 127 Hunter Cir- He is married and is the son of
cle, Port St. Joe, has announced Mrs. D. J. Addison of Highland


the opening of the Addison Insur
ance Agency in Port St. Joe. Mr.
Addison will represent The Travel-
ers in all lines of insurance and
has returned recently from Hart-
ford, Conn., where he was graduat-
ed from a multiple line insurance
course at the Education Center of
the Company.
The course teaches the agent to
prepare a complete insurance pro-
gram for a family or a business.
Mr. Addison received his B.S. de-
gree in business administration in
1953. Formerly, he was an agent for
Liberty National Life Insurance


ANN-


Home, Ala.


DICKENS NAMED TO
BRYANT ORGANIZATION
E. Tom Pridgeon; Sr.;,,has r'sign-
ed as co-chairman of .the Bryant
for Governor.. campaign', organiza-
tion in Gulf County due to the fact
that he is seeking the office of
Sheriff and will be unable to, de-
vote -the necessary time to Bryant's
campaign.
Ben Dickens, local attorneyj.has
been chosen as co-chairman to re-
place Pridgeon.


REV. CLIFFORD ABBOTT

Highland View

Church Sets Revival
The Highland View Methodist
Church announces revival services
in .their church beginning Monday,
March 21 and continuing through
Friday, March 25. Rev. Clifford Ab-
,bott of Fairhope, Alabama is the
visiting preacher.
Services will begin at 7:30 p.m.
each evening and prayer time at
7-15 p.m. in the prayer room.
The public is cordially invited
to attend each of these services
and hear the message of Rev. Ab-
bott.

Nurses Study Group

Holds Meeting Here
The In-Service Study Group of
Public Health Nurses from ,Bay,
Calhoun, Franklin and Gulf Coun-
ties held their quarterly meeting at
the Gulf County Health Dpeartment
at the Albert L. Ward Memorial
Health Center on March 7, 1960.
Miss Helen McKey, State Men-
tal Nurse Consultant gave an in-
formative discussion of "Kilgore's
Ages of Man".
Those attending were: Mrs. Col-
lie Pitts, Mrs. Ann Holley, Mrs.
Marge Wilson all of Bay County,
Mrs. Ruby Gilbert, Mrs. Roberta
H. Harden of Gulf County, Mrs. El-
vesta, Wall of Franklin County,
Mrs. Betty Gaskin of Calhoun
County. Guests attending were Miss
Sondra Gilbert of St. Petersburg
and Miss Patsy Lieb of .Lakeland


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THE STAR. Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1960 has supervised the construction of
three evangelistic centers, the lat- W ork UnitsGovern Amount of Social
est being in Roma, the capital city
Oak Grove Church to Hear the eastern province. Itany Security Benefits To Retired Workers
churches have been established by
Missionaries To Dominican Republic the Assemblies of God under Rev.
Missionaries To Dominican Republic Warner's leadership. He helped to How many work units will you the number of credits needed to
establish the Dominican Republic need to qualify for social security qualify for social security benefits, i
Rev. and Mrs. Warnor, mission- cently returned from the Domini- Bible Institute, and served as its benefits at retirement? "Most peo- contact your social security office
aries to Dominican Republic, Wset can Republic, where they ha;,e dean from 1946 to 1956. pie don't know", John V. Carey, and ask for the pamphlet "Social,
Indies, will be featured in a spa- ministered since 1924. As the Sa- In addition to serving as Presi- district manager of the Panama jSecurity Credits". The office for
cial missionary service on Thurs- perintendent of the Assemblies of dent of the missionary filed fellow- City social security office, said this i this area is located at 1135 Harrison
day, March 24, at the Oak Grove God Church in Dominican Repub- ship, Rev. Warner served on the week. Many people don't even know |Avenue, Panama City. The tele-
Assembly of God Church, with pas- lic, the Rev. Warner has organized committee of the American Bible there is such a requirement, while phone number is POplar 3-5331.
tor Charles H. Harthern. a youth group, women's missionary Society, University S t u d e nt's others mistakenly think they can
Rev. and Mrs. Warner have re-council and a Sunday school. He League, Billy Graham Crusade for qualify for payments with only aCe sus Crew
S1961, and the National Sunday year or two of work. C nSUS CrW
School Committee. He has served "Most people will need several
THE CHURCH OF GOD as guest speaker for the West n-ears o credit", Carey continued. Leaders Named
Sdies Baptist Missoin and the Men- "and the chances are, you will too".
of Highland View onite Annual Conventions. The exact number you will need de- Appointment of crew leaders for
-- WELCOMES YOU --In preparation for missionary ends on when you reach retire- the 1960 Census of Population and
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 119:400 A.M. service the Rev. and Mrs. Warner ment age; 62 for women, 65 for Housing in this area was'announced
Graduated from the Central Bible men. People reaching retirement this week by Supervisor William R.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M. Institute, Springfield, Missouri and age now need four and a half years Palmer of the Census Bureau's tem-
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M. pastored three churches before go- of earning. Younger people will porary district office in Pensacola.
PRAYE R .MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday) jing to the mission field. Their two need more. For example, anyone Each crew leader will supervise
sons, Stephen. age 10 and Ray, now under age 54 will -need. 10 about 20 enumerators in the big
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor age three, will accompany their years-the maximum. nationwide .census which begins Ap-
parents at this meeting. Sincethe amount of social e-ril 1. Crew leader training will be-
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the missionaries, and to see -the
slides relative to their work in the
Dominican Republic. Curios and
pictures depicting the culture of
the West Indies people will be on
display.
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p.m.
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14. Topics to be covered in the
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rt St. Joe


--- -- -- tro 3 es w Historica Society DIscusses Estbisinl
idaa la a "aootmo.n- law" state and be considered (for tax purposes On Joseph
'the right of a wife to'-her husband's: oly) a-having bee t te toperty tiOn Park On St. Jos hPoint L T
property is limited to dower, which of the-.beneficiary. Both husband
is a right to one-third of all his and wife do not get the $60,000 Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Jo, Florida
real and personal property, in the exemption upon death of a hus- The regular meeting of the St. By The Star PubmAli.g-h Comiony.
event she survives her husband' band, unless he has willed to his Joseph Historical Society was held WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
This is a .possible right which does wife .a prt of his estate equal in S aturday after noon tn cha" ii Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnitii Reporter, Pruof
not arise unless her -husband pro value to $60,000. It is true if a hus- rom ol the Municipal Bildiig. Reader and Bookkeeper
deceases her. band takes advantage of the marl- Mrs. Ned S. Porter, president, pre- ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX. MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
'lwe tal deduction act he may have an sided over the meeting; SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
es The law recently adopted, which' estate valued at $120,000 without Mrs. Porter reported for Mrs. Entered' a second-clas matter, December h'7, a th87 P t ffce, Port St. Joe,
er- you apparently meant to refer to, estate (tnheritnce) taxes. FredeMaddox, chairman of the-corn- DIAL BALL 7-3161
ad was Section 2056 of the Internal | please place this correction in A Service of Your Doctor of Me.i.- me, mitte r the beautification of the ....... ....
SRevenue Code, a federal act passed your paper In order that Your Local Medical Society and the TOO -AbVERTISERS-ln case of error or omissions i advertifsemeats, the publishers
.. Revenue Code, federal act passed paper order that your Medical Associatio old St. Joseph Cemetery on the do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for euch
ry in 1954, which, for the purposes of readers will not be misled concern- YOUR PHYSICIAN: wonderful progress made last-week advertisement.' -
it taxation only, gave residents of Ing this -matter. AN AVID RADER by the city on the -grounds of the The spoken word is given scant attention; the pinte- word is tlioughtftly"
common law states the rights to Yoursvery truly weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convfifc i
ommon law states the rights o Yours vry truly, Phsiians are ai d old cemetery. The spoke word is lost; the printed word remains.
ng avail themselves of the same bene- SILAS R. STONE of medysicians are avid journals. purchased plans of a
as fits enjoyed by community proper- They have to be in orer o The citypurchased plants of a
ty ty states, .should they so desire. keep up with the rapid progress flowering type': camellias, azaleas. D i
es Under this section which deals ,'a u Ge teSIUe of medicine and surgery. What dog d, bud, c myrtle A r
hnoss and treatment today may tdogtwood;ebt oC
g with marital deductions, that part is acceptedtechnique in diag- an-flowering vines and wasmot ...
or of a married person's estate which Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS be changed tomorrow. generous in the, furnishing of la- One of the marks of a good citizen is a citizen who votes.
Doctors get county medical. 'b, and supervisory personnel to At present there are still hundreds of ditiz!is 6f -Gtilf
society, state nM.Jical associa nave themr pliant6d. The city plate County who are not registered to vote. There still quite a few
tion and usually one or more in the ture to have he grounds Port St. Joe who have not registered on the city rolls.
specialty journals. Every physi_- rubbe-d and plant grass as time Port St. Joe who have not registered o hecity rols..
Slan accumulates a sizeable li- prermitsi. The local society expres- Mrs. C. G. Rish even came to Port St- Joe last week end
Slice or his particular specialty ra- ses their thanks' to Mayor Sharit to register those here in our city who had faile& to re-register or
Thousands of books are pub- ..nd the" city com-miasioni o their who had reached the voting age and fulfilled votifig ~rqiffirden'
listed every year. interest in this endeavor and also for casting ballot in Gulf County. Still, quite a fvw ditizen did
Medical writing has been pro- to Mi. Petty and his crew for their o .s n p... t
s duced since earliest times. The r ft n t riot take advantage of this opportunity. It is now up to these
ystrecowritten about 15s B i t s on thisoth people (residents of Florida for one year "nd of Gulf Aounty-for.
ress my deepest and sincerest grati- is A communication was read from six months and 21 years of age) to' go to Wewahitchka to the
tess mydeepest'andsin erest ai-'his ancient document described An
.rysipelas, plague, hepatitis; the director of the BadJ"of -rlorid Registrar 's office and register.
contain ed confidence in by crvy, angina pectoris, and dis- Parks and Historic Memorials re- If you are not now registered, plelas'e don't let the dead-
r continued confidence in me by re- I cusses the use of castor oil, warding the future landsBpiln lne of April 2 go p as w T yor ise
tannin and tur- p of April 2 go past without your registering.
the fficeof -- ..,.grounds The State. It is amazing at the amount of apathy that abounds on
the office of County Judgeuno os Hippocras, brn in.460 B.C. is vitally nr-.ted fi this pr-. ..... .
knd known as the Father of due to the proximity t the 0oa- the matter of casting to tballof. Of, eoirse, one:-of the hardest
trie t justify yo r confidence and th," staadardn Bln e Conttunr, things in the world for us to realize is the forttinate position in
S,:rl jcii.c to. which medical C..n-enlilon Mugetm. which we live everyday. Hardly anyone cait imagine the'
availbl fr transacting the busi- students oftoday ,subscribe. Ga- The S. Joseph Hi.torialr Socie&5 that they would be denied by law, decree or a government"lT
Sen, more than 1803 b okD., wrote as taken on as a new project the ipowvr froi casting their ballot. We have never been wi lout
ffic I as weltnes which molded the thought 'nv. ':tlm on o'rp thid at right, but it could happen if people .don't exercise their
f ice I s l alVVys VVe llm your0 physicians for centuries. feasibility of establishinlig a. .state ..
Avinceina, born 980 A.D ---rote L orational park on the- xtrme i g 1t tto register and vote on election day.
medical tdics. V-esalitis, borni p if-St. Joeph.Point-This.-is one
and comments on the operations of mes.( pics\v;. iu'o.r se. ^ ^ w^ -' o
1514, revolutionized the study of of the -three: remaining points oa
r e nd will do my lu tC +t to anatomy; Harvey, born in -tEng- wbole Gulf Coast with histori- n ET i
fice, and will do my utmost to con- ,f i578s discoyere .h i Gicast h The Example We Set .
,:ul-i ...'" Of the blood;':..,:,rgag rn,, Ical s gnificance of a st. ate .a *
fborn1681, founded themodern tional interest. This was-pointed
Ve the service to which each of you scienceof pathology. o in' ok issued by u.S Supreme Court Justice Clark hit the nail on the head t
All of these men left impor- Department of the Interior in 1954 other day when he said the adults of this nation ought to be
ileed. aders o td as are dodicA entitled, "Our Vanishing Shore& ashamed of the state of some of our children.
physician's edui:ation continues line". Within its sands lie the re- In extraordinarily plain language the Justice laid the.blame
as long as lie is inpractice. That ma of 'thl' FIren, ; ort Crever for wayward children squarely" at the: feet of the adults of the
is why each patient may be sure .
S k that he is receiving the most er ,, nation for setting examples that is anything but conducive to good
Tha nk up-to-date medial service avail- brother of BienTtvlto who settled .'-,
T a k yoU, t,I New Orleans in the same year. citizenship.
Than. k you,.. We don't suppose there is a Sunday school in the nation
That hasn't taught at least once a year, the importanmee of setting
the right example. What so many of us fail to realize is that
aBm P.' Husband S BN OT II the example we set isn't wholly observed by jist our own chii-
dren. Whether we realize it or not, others govern part of their
Your Judge T actions by our example. .What one among us would rest easy if
Your County Judge .. we thought that something we did or said caused some young
T o V eteira lSperson to take a wrong turn? Just living every day is a great
(Pair Political Advertising) responsibility certainly to ourselves arid also to those wh6
q If you ar'e interested in obtaining will make up our citizens of tomorrow.
What is our younger generation to think of adults who
A DIRECT' : : I LOAN thru theVA buy a car just because it "will get 90 in second gear"? He is td
'B "- To Build Your Home In Port St. Joe think that you spend part of your time "getting 90 in second gear"
: IMONEY IS NOW AVAILABLE and if it's all right for you, it's all right for him.
Sl....E I.. 1 N AVAI What is the younger generation to think when we "do just
Thsprgmep0 BAc nw to enough to get by?" He is naturally going to think that What is
ThsH prora Hre m K 10 TT)t ow t b goodenough for dad or Mr. X", is god enough for me. "He
9wv 's S a -IL sure of realizing your CI Benefits. All veterans are genog fr da o Mr'. ", oo
IW H RBr- ^ -Haeligible for VA loans who were in service prior to gt o a h"
e 1 Jan 1, 1955. What are the youth of our day to think when every party of
JIEp B E T 1 a all= nuary meeting held by adults must be preceded, conducted with or
5 NEW HOUSES NOW AVAILABLE FOR VETERAN end with the so-called "hospitality hour".? The natural thought
LOANS IN PORT ST. JOE f_,r the youth is that the "hospitality hour" must be a requisite to
SEE or CeALL doing business, to being a success.
SEE or CALL Probably some of you say that this sort of thought ought
onterey, with deluxe appointments, is now to be reserved for the preacher, but the preacher isn't doing these
an the best-selling .. .... rr d g A g-y things. You and I are.
an the best-selling $ i g 0 Justice Clark abhors these things. He appeals to thd
ind PlInlouths Phone BAll 7-7741 Port St. Joe, Fla. American parents and adults to set a better example for our
r children. But Justice Clark's comments, like this editorial and'
mpl)alas, and Fu'ys). ........ .. .. like the preacher's message, will probably still go unheeded and
-"-- .. .. we will continually wonder, "Why did my Jolmnie get into trou-
i ble?"

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U I nN' nUMBN -w maww
By HAZEL CREAMER
Rhone 74976 ow ;
Gene Cox is attending a youth URiPA
conference at. Southeastern Bible
College In Birmingham, Alabama
March 17 through 19.
Mrs. Martha Ray Mime and Mrs.
Ruth Williams spent Saturday in
Panama City visiting friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Patterson LEA
was called to Bonifay during the A l-i
week due to the illness of Mrs. A U -
Patterson's mother, Mrs. J. F. Tub. E,-
berville. RE
Tommy Adams of DeFuniak FT
Springs is the guest of Gordon Ad-
ams family this week.
Gene Cannington 3f Chipley vis-
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Cannington during the week end.
Mrs. Willie Enfinger visited in
Fort Walton with her daughter, 1 BC
Mrs. Willard Cooper during the
week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny. Davis and
daughter Roble, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Dorman and daughters of Pan-
ama City and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. FiLOi.lP1A o
Dykes of Apalachicola were the FEW STATES W'
guests of their parents, Sunday, Mr. A
and Mrs. Jim Whitttngton. A L I
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peak and Mrs.
Ethel English visited friends and FLORIPA GAME
relatives in Geneva, Alabama dur-
ing the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson home. Games were played and a
and Mrs. Walter Armstrong visited good time was had by all. Delicious
Mrs. Annie Pearl Burke Sunday.
Mr. anndiersearlesurKelleynday. cake, ice cream and punch was ser-
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley and I n nh -
children andMr.andMrs.ellenBuck ved to 25 little friends who helped
children and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Billy celebrate.
Seaburn and children visited Mrs. R. A. News
Charles Hill in Panama City Mon- The Highland View R. A. hap
day.' ter held their meeting Monday
Friends of Aunt Lizzie Gay re- night at the 'home -of Kenny Mar-
gret to learn she has been ill for lowe. The R.A. congress to be
several days but we hope she will held April 22-23 at Tallahassee
-be feeling much better soon. was announced. The chapter plans
Birthday Party to send several boys this year. The
Billy Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. program for the meeting came from
James Kelley celebrated his fifth their magazine, "Ambassador Life".
birthday Saturday, March 12 at his The names of the stories were:

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship -- 6:15 p.m.


TE ALLIGATOR
IS A CROCOP'ILfAN-
A LARGE LIZARL'-LI:E
MAEM5EI FI-HE
REPTILE FAMILY
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5'rtLL COMMON
WATERt FIS1 COMMISSION


Date Set For
Calhoun Crusade
April 4 has been set as the start-
"Stick Em Up Buddy". Those pres-
ent were Johnny Richter, Danny
Raffield, James Keel, Randall Rich-
ard, Jerry Harbuck, Wayne O'Brian,
Jerry Branch, Ted Whitfield, Lar-
ry Richter, Gene Cox and Kenny
Marlowe.


ing date for the Calhoun County
1960 Cancer Society, Crusade to
raise funds for the organization.
The Crusade Committee held its
first meeting last week to organize
the drive. The following were ap-
pointed to committees: Dr. Grayson
C. Snyder, -Special Gifts Solicita-
tion; Mrs. Ann Pearce and Mrs.
George Guil ford, co-chairmen,
Blountatown trade and industry;
Mrs. Frank Stone and Mrs. Wade
Martin, co-chairmen, Blountstown
residential solicitation; Alva Hall,


I 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"


NEWS FROM
kid anhd VIW


Thank


You


I want to take this opportunity to thank each per-
son in Gulf County for allowing me to be nominat-
ed to the office of Clerk of Circuit Court for another
term without opposition.

I find myself without words to express my true
appreciation. In the absence of some magic word
to express my feeling at this time I will say a
great big "Trank You" from the bottom of my
heart.


George Y Core



Clerk of the Circuit Court Gulf County

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and will be displayed by Kennedy Electric and Refrigeration Service next to the Florida
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THE &411t0 rt t J40 0 l F;Vh
tHURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1960
chairman, Altha 'business and resi-
dential solicitation and Frank Guil-
ford, chairman, county schools so-
licitation.
Bill Pearce, campaign chairman,
states, "We hope to make this
year's drive the biggest and best
ye.t The major part of the collect-
iing will be completed by April 15,
we then plan to hold several special
events to reach our goal of $2,000."
Special events discussed are:
county-wide "talent night", all-night
sing, cake sale and a dance.

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AT WORK
FOR YOU.

1 Scientists in
every part of the world arel
constantly at work to bring .
you new health protection. In
1929 Sir Alexander Fleming
discovered penicillin to bring
new hope for those who, up
to that time, had diseases
for which there was no
known treatment.
Your Rexall pharmacist must
keep up with the latest scien-
tific discoveries. He, like
other pharmacists, is ready
to dispense just what the
doctor specifies in prescrip-
tions.


Buzzetts Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida


Minutes of the
County Commission
Wewahitchka, Florida
March 8, 1960
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida,
met this date In regular session
with the following members pres-
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman,
Coleman W. Tharpe, A. J. Strick-
land, G. S. Croxton and George W.
Cooper. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attor-
ney, Mosquito Control Supervisor
and Road Superintendent were al-
so present.
The meeting came to order at
9:00 a.m.
The Rev. W. A. Frye offered the
invocation.
Whereupon, pursuant to Notice
published according to law, the
Board received the following bids
to sell the county one front end
loader for the County Mosquito
Control Department, to-wit:
Lobrano Machinery Co., Inc.,
Jacksonville, Fla., offered one No.
955 Traxcavator at $14,920.00 plus
6% interest.
Burford-Toothaker Tractor Com-
pany, Marianna, Fla., offered one
Caterpillar No. 955, Traxcavator at
$15,748.34, to be payable as follows
$4,946.66 February 15, 1961; $5,-
243.47 February 15, 1962 and $5,-
558.21, February 15, 1963.
After consideration, there was a
motion by Commissioner Tharpe,
seconded by Commissioner Croxton
and unanimously carried, that the


equipment o ff ered by Burford- subject to approval by the other
Thoothaker Tractor Company be counties and state.
purchased by state funds for the The City of Port St. Joe request-
County Mosquito Control District, ed the county to give five or six
at the price and terms offered in feet of the Dr. A. L. Ward ,Clinic
the bid. proprety in Port St. Joe tor addi-
Representatives from the Florida tional right-of-way for the purpose
State Board of Forestry appeared of widening Long Avenue. Dr. H. I.
before the Board and presented a ILangston, County Health Officer in-
proposed cooperative Forest Man- 'formed the Board that If the coun-
agement Program whereby Bay and ity decided to grant the right-of-
Gulf counties will share .the cost; 'way, it would in no way effect the
said proposed project to replace activities of the Health Center. Af-
the present project that is shared Iter discussion, it was decided that
by Bay, Gulf and Calhoun counties, the county would give the right-of-
The estimated cost for the next way if the other land owners agree
fiscal year would be $9,166.00, with to accept the project. L
the istiate paying $5,499.60; Gulf Whereupon, the following resolu-
County $1,222.13 and Bay County tion was presented by Commission-
$2,444.27. After consideration, the er Croxton, seconded by Commis-
Board announced that tentatively sooner Cooper and unanimously
approval will be given this project, adopted:


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RESOLUTION ,tion by Commaissioner Groxton, see-
Whereas, the City of Port St. onded by Commissioner Strickland
Joe, Florida, proposes to widen and and unanimously carried, that the
re-construct Long Avenue from county pay Mr. Rish $500.00 for a
First Street ito Fifth Street, pro- five year easement.
viding all property owners grant I The Board ordered a warrant in
unto 'the City a five or six foot the amount of $10.00 issued in fa-
right-of-way, and vor of Mrs. Susie Page Rowan for
Whereas, said City has request- one week's rent on a cabin for Mr.
ed this Board to grant the West Goodman whose home was recently
five or six feet of the Dr. A. L. destroyed by fire.
Ward Health Center -property for The Board discussed a drainage
use in widening said avenue, and problem along the Lake Grove
Whereas, this Board has been Road; the land owners are to be
advised that by granting the right- conetacted to see if ditch easement
of-way as requested, will in no way can be obtained.
affect the operation 0of the Health The Farm Agent filed his month-
Center. ly report for February.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- The .bills were presented, exam-
SOLVED: med approved 'and ordered paid.
There being no further business
1. That this Board grant the ne- to come before the Board, the
cessary right-of-way as requested meeting -did then adjourn.
bj the City of Port St. Joe. ATTEST:
2. That the Chairman and Clerk George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
of this Board, be and they are here- Clerk Chmn.
by authorized to execute the right- ------------
of-way deed when presented by IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
said City. Be it further resolved, COURT, GULF COUNTY,
that the granting of this right-of- FLA., IN PROBATE.
way, will in no way affect the IN RE: Estate of
County $850,000.00 Bond issue road WILLIAM SHELBY SMITH,
and street program by increasing Deceased.
the cost of the work to be done on
Long Avenue under said program. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The Clerk was ordered to discon- All creditors *of the estate of
tinue indigent payments to Mrs. William Shelby Smith, deceased,
Robert Scott. are 'hereby notified and required
The Chairman announced that to file any claims or demands
Henry I. Rish has agreed to give which 'they may have against said
the County a borrow pit easement estate in the office of the County
on two cares of his land for the Judge of Gulf County, Florida, in
following consideration: the Courthouse at Wew.ahitchka,
Four years at $400.00 or five Florida, within 'eight calendar
years at $500.00. months from the date of the first
After discussion, there was a mo- publication of this notice. Each


claim or deniand must be in writ- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
ing and must state the place of THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 190M
residence and post office address' r' -
of -the claimant and must be sworn !
to by the claimant, his agent, or: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
his attorney, or it will become void COURT, GULF COUNTY, FIA.
according -to law. IN PROBAT.
March 15, 1960. 'In Re: Estate of
/sa/ Myrtice Ora Smith RENA JORDAN,
Executrix of the Estate of deceased.
William Shelby Smith, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Deceased. All creditors of the estate of Re-
First publication on March 17, na Jordan, deceased, are hereby ao-
1960. 4t tified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
REGISTRATION OF ELECTORS have against said estate in the of.
FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
The City Registration books will at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
open at 9:00 A.M. Wednesday, eight calendar months from the
March 16, 1960 at the office of the date of the first publication of this
City Clerk at the City Hall. Those notice. Each claim or demand
wishing to register as voters for the must be in writing and must' tate
Municipal Election primary to be the place or residence and poet-
held on April 5, 1960 may register office address of the claimant and
between the hours of *:00 A.M. and must be sworn tb by the claimant,
12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 P,M. to his agent, or his attorney, or It
5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday will become void according to law.
and from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon /a/ DAMON PBTERS
on Saturday, beginning March 16 Administrator of the
and continuing through 13:00 0'- tate of Rena Jordan,
Clock Noon, Saturday, March 26, deceased. 4t-8-10
1960, -at which time the registra- i


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. Citisena of the
United States for the past year
and who have been residents of the
City of Port St. Joe tor six months
and who 'are twenty-one years of
age are eligible for registration.
R. W. HENDERSON,
SCity Auditor and Clerk
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he4hee safe and warm

Enjoy an "evening out" in complete peace
of mind with (/F SOUAR // AT and
Grandma on the job!

May we suggest a way to get off to a pleasant worry-free
tart next time you decide to take the missus "out" for
An evening's entertainment. Truly, there's no one
quite so reliable as grandma to do the baby-sitting
and there's no fuel quite so safe, clean and dependable
as GULF SOLAR HEAT heating oil to keep the place
warm and comfortable while you're gone. No need to
be concerned should baby kick off the covers there's 4
sure to be heat galore in the nursery as well as
elsewhere, for the others.
Oh, and by the way, there's a second assurance
besides burning the safest fuel money can buy;
with modern oil heating your home comfort is
further guarded because you have your own
personal fuel supply,

A. R. Tomlinson
Phone 7-7501


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frnrnl'i1i6 2 1 iidrmq)w ilala W1th 01t Pi l l(n't, s, in4w, (Lkli ?lii
-',I ij 1-,**-'. l 'ort)pl. t"ZiVfqay, laulnldr y and! "
o- Lvrage room. lil, -"d back ya4rd. PECIAL: 1 good hecoild han
POR RENT: 2 bedroom fufflishel !In nice neighborhood. Available Ap- Norge stove. Like hew, Take u
cottages. $45 per month. Ander. rl 1. Phone 9-1681. lit o aynmeits. Modern FUir1iture Co,
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc FOR RENT: 2 furnished apart- FOR SALE:. A very good -buy int.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartments .ments. Call Mrs. Paul Farmer at used KelvinAtor refrigerator. i
and cottages at Mexico Beach and 72565. Itc cu. ft. Call BAll 7-8231. it
$45 to-100 per onthplus utilities FOR SALE: Upholstered rocket. HOUSE WIRING and general r
Phone 9t-1184 or see Mrs. Elizabeth 219 Ninth St. Phone 9-1651. itp pairing. Mexico Beach. Phon
Thompson at Costin Cottages, Bea- MEXICO BEACH RENTALS l -----94--- -- -
con Hill. 4t-1-7 1 bedroom furnished apts. $40.00 NOTICE OF REGULAR
FOR RENT: Houses. furnished and per month. 2 bedroom furnished MUNICIPAL ELECTION
unfurnished. $37.50 per month and apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month. Notice is hereby given that th
up. Call BAll 7-4156. 2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. First Primary for the office of tw
$50.00 per month. Residential and (2) City Commissioners, one (1
FOR LEASE: Building approxi- commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for in group one and one (1) in Grou
mately 35 x 80 feet on Reid Ave- sale, good income, terms. ITwo, also for the election of on
nue in heart of business district. MEXICO BEACH OFFICE (1) Mayor-Commissioner, will b
Presently occupied by post office C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate-Bro. held at the City Hall Fire Statio:
ard will be vacated around Febru- Phone BAll 9-1121, Port _St. Joe in the City of Port St. Joe, Florid'
ary 1 Owners will give long term Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta. on Tuesday, April 5, 1960.
lease and remodel to suit tenant. Panama City, Fla. The polls will open at 8:0
Contact C. L. Costin. FO-R hre ---e o'clock A.M. and close at 7:0
SFOR SALE: Three bedroom house o'clock P.M. Eastern Standar
FOR RENT: 2 unfurnished apart- in 'good condition on 14th St. Oak Time.
-ments on 8th St. Phone 7-5084. 4tp doors, insulated. Only $10,500. When there are more than .tw
Three bedroom house on McClel- candidates for any one office anm
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished lan Ave., two baths, living room neither shall receive a majority o
apartment. For information call and den. House has approximately the total votes cast for such office
Alex LeGrone at 7-3321 or 9-1481. 1,700 sq. -ft. of floor space. Priced then another election shall be helix
-to sell for $10,500. one week from the date of the firs
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished We can assist you in financing election, or April 12, 1960, at whici
house at St. Joe Beach. Phone either of 'these homes., time the two candidates -receiving
7-7521 or see Bill Carver. 4tp-3-17 FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY the largest number of votes in th(
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491 former election shall be voted on
FOR SALE: Large kerosene circu- again.
lating heater and 50-gal. tank and City Auditor and Clerk
Metal stand. Changing to gas heat. 2t-3-10 ty Adtor a C
James' Gems W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward Ave-
ss nue. Phone BAll 7-3041.


FOR SALE
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-
ehka, $7,875.
i 1 bedroom trailer, '51 model, $1,-
600.
New 3 bedroom houses on Bell-
amy Circle.
2 bedroom trailer, '56 model for
sale or rent with all accessories.
FOR RENT
3 bedroom furnished house on
McClellan Ave.
PRIDGEON AGENCY


V ., .. 411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
Cit R s tm man REPAIR WORK: Bicycles, lawn
mowers, small electric applianc-
es- saw filing. Bazzell's Fixit Shop,
At the Bus Station Highland View. 4tp-3-10
WANTED: Will buy old bottles
SHRIMP BOXES and relics in good condition.
Please advise condition and price.
CHICKEN BOXES Allan R Curl, Box 146, Rt. 1, Niee
C E B ES ville, Fla. 10p-2-11
FISH BOXES SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
-Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
Phone your order in and It quick expert service. tfec
one your order in and It
will be ready when you arrive. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
PHONE BAII 7-5431 saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.


Don't Throw Away
Your Old Furniture
LET US

Re-upholster
your faded, torn and worn
furniture

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Corner Second and Reid



RE-ELECT

CARTER WARD-
for
MEMBER, BOARD of
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
DISTRICT NO. 2
I will appreciate your vote and
support toward electing me to
another term as your School
Board Member.
(Paid Political Adv.)


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Advisory Counci

Word Was received here ,arly
this month from James T. Cook,
M. D., of Marianna, Secretary of
the Florida Board of Parks and
Historic Memorials, that the fol-
lowing appointments to the newly
organized Advisory Council for
Constitution Monument Historical
Memorial were made at a recent
meeting of the Florida Parks Board
in Tallahassee: Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Harry H. Saunders, Mrs. Ned Por-
ter, Jesse V. Stone, and Mrs.-
Charles Brown, all of Port St. Joe.
Membership identification cards,
signed by 'the Director of State
Parks, Emmet L. Hill, were sent to
each member and an aggressive in-


i pol'ter- will ,st a tenl.porlry chair, .
'man until the p rmanent officer
.are elected.


"Citizens" Named

At High School.

By BO WILLIAMS
The Citizens of the Month, spon-
sored by the Port St. Joe High
School Student Council, each
month selects candidates for this
honor. Each -month the faculty-1
chooses three candidates from both I
Junior 'and Senior High. These stu- i
dents must have a high 'average of
citizenship.
Those chosen from Junior High
as candidates were: Howard Davis,:
Jimmy Gainnie and Mary Carolyn


d terest and participation in Consti- Lyons. Selected as the Citizen of
.f tution Historic Memorial is encour- the Month was Mary Carolyn
B, aged and urged -upon this Advis- Lyons.
d ory Council. The first meeting will | Those chosen from Senior High
hi -- as candidates were: La Rue Till-
g RE-ELECT man, Freddy Joines and Norman
e Buchert. Elected as Citizen of the
n G. S. CROXTON Month was La Rue Tilman.
My humble thanks to you for
electing me to this present term of Returns To Tallahassee
office as your County Commission- Mrs. Billy Fred Parrish has re-
re from District No. 3. If you re- n T h
turn me for a second term, I will turned to her home in Tallahassee
continue to work for your welfare after spending six weeks here with
and for progress and advancement her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris
in our county. Again, I will apprec- Martin, while waiting for her hus-
late your vote and your support. bands discharge rom service.
G. S. (Jack) CROXTON band's discharge rom service.
(Paid Political Advertisement
Sena 'he Star To A Friend
RE-ELECT
A. J. STRICKLAND
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER FROM RE E L E C T
DISTRICT NO. 1
I am grateful to you for your BYRD E DAR ER
splendid support in my last cam- P I E 0 5Bi5R
paign for this office, and I am plac- C
ing my name before you again for I SHERIFF
I your favorable consideration.
During this, my first term in of- It has been a pleasure to serve
fice, I have at all costs served the as your Sheriff in the past, and
people of Gulf County conscien- if elected again, I will continue
tiously, thoughtfully, fairly, straight to work to make the office more
forwardly, keeping in mind that the efficient. Just remember this of-
interests of you, the people, are my ecent. Jst remember this of- ,
primary interest, fice is just as near as your tele-
I will appreciate your support phone through our efficient radio
during this campaign and will be system, for there is always a
honored and pleased to have you
cast your vote for me on election county patrol car near you.
day, Tuesday, May 3, 1960. Thanks,
A. J. STRICKLAND BYRD E. PARKER
(Paid Political Advertisement) SHERIFF
RE-ELECT- (Paid Political Adv.)
GEORGE W. COOPER
I CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY VOTE FOR
COMMISSIONER FROM
FROM DISTRICT NO. 5 T. 0. (Tater)
My record as county commission-
er for the past seven years will POITEVINT
show that I have conducted myself
In office with honesty, sincerity, CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
efficiency, always bearing in mind COMMISSIONER FROM
that the interests of the people DISTRICT NO. 5
came first. As before, in 1956, when I ran for
Being well aware that I am a this office, and was defeated by a
servant of the people, I have made slender majority, so this time, too,
every effort to serve the people I pledge representation on a county-
well, and with honor. If re-elected, wide basis. If I am elected to office
my humble promise is that I will by the people of Gulf County, I will .
continue to serve the people to the be a representative of the people i
best of my avility. of Gulf County.
I have found great pleasure and On my record of past perform-
satisfaction in public service; there- ance, I promise, guarantee, if elect-
fore, I am seeking re-election to ed your commissioner, I will do a
this important office. So I ask for good job, a conscientious job, a
your continued loyal support and job I believe will satisfy you.
I ask for your vote. I I ask for your vote and your sup-
GEORGE W. COOPER Port.
(Paid Political Advertisement) T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT
(Paid Political Advertisement)
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FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
PHONE BAll 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.
"The People of the Church"
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 P.M.

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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 maay other desired extras.
A superb buy at only $9,875;
only $1500 down, $75 per mo.
(prin. and int.)
C. M. PARKER
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Hiway 98 Mexico Beach
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Call Collect 8-4340
Tallahass"e. Fla.


WATCH!
for the Dave Garroway
Show on TV March 21
7:30 P.M. CST
Call in Your Order
Phone BAH 9-1195
or write
W. L. BURKETT
Box 482 Port St. Joe


FOR

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Home Delivery
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C. E. McDANIELL


ELECT
W. R. (BUSTER)


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The i fully qualified
candidate for

COMMISSIONER
OF
.f. -PkULTURE
Succi 1. ': farmer
Business moar
Educated in Florida Schools
B. S. Degree in Agriculturv
U. of Fla.
Marine Veteran
Family Moe
Long record of selfless serve
to Florida Agriculturv
Paid to: 'v
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