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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: April 14, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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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).
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Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley" "Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the


,ORT ST. JOE. FLORIDA


THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1960


Student Council Operates College-Career Day

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PLANNING BOARD--Members ot t.e Port St. Joe High School Student Council are shown above, running
ithe school's annual College-Career Day held at the school last week. The program is sponsored 'by
the Student Council and is designed to acquaint students with vocations 'and 'colleges. Satnding from
left ,to right is Richard Thompson, James Moore. faculty advisor, Harold Keels, Principal Leroy Bow-
doin. Seated, left to right are Glenn Alligood. Student Body President, Dianna McKnight, Willie Daniell'
and Larry Davis.


Two Special Easter


Services Planned


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Good Friday Easter Sunrise

Services Tomorrow Services Sunday.

The Pornt-St." Joe MAuiiiter,:i Al- The annual Easter Sunrise Ser-
llance will .sponsor their fourthan- vice sponsored by the Ministerial-
aual Good Frida., service tomor- Alliance of Port St. Joe will be
row from 'the First Presbyterian held Easter Sunday morning alt
Church. The services will be held 6:30 a.m. in the High School foot-
from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. and ball stadium. In case 'of rain, the
will feature the seven sayings of service will be held in the High
Christ as he hung on' the cross. School auditorium.
The 'service will begin with tho Rev. C. Byron Smith, president
Call to Worship being offered by of the Alliance will preside at the
the Alliance Preisdent, Rev. C. By- services. Music will be provided by
ron Smith. the High School Band Ensemble
with Herman Dean directing-.
Ministerss ,on the program and
Ministers 'on the program and The Sunrise service sermon will
Forgiveness At the Cross bedelivered by Rev. Allen R.
Forgiveness At the Cross, Rev. Price, pastor of the Highland View
3. A. Lundy, Pastor of the White Baptist Church. Other ministers on
3ity Baptist Churcr at 12:05 p.m. the program 'are Rev. Charles Par-
Authority At the Cross, Rev. B. ker, Call to Worship; Rev. Boyd
3. Underwood, Pastor of the First B. Underwood, vocation and
B. Underwood, Invocation and
Presbyterian Church, at 12:30. Lord's Prayer; Rev. E. 0. Bradley,
Remembrance At -the Cross, Rev. Responsive Reading; Rev. Charles
Dharles H. Harthern, Pastor: OakH. Harthern, Scripture Lesson;
'rove Assembly of God Church at Rev. Hubert White, M'orning Pray-
L2:55. er and Rev. George Miller, Bene-
Submission At the Cross, Rev. diction.
'. A. Blackwell, Pastor, Church ,ot dic 1
. Blackwell, Pastor, Church of The public is urged to support
SNazarene at 1:20. this service with their attendance
Suffering At th eCross, Rev. and prayers.
3eorge Miller, Pastor, Faith Bible
church, 1:45.
Victory At the Cross, Rev. Ed- Boat Club To
ward C. Gould, Pastor, Mexicoig
Beach Methodist Church, 2:10. Meet Tonight
Confidence At the Cross, Rev.
Iardner D. Underhill, Pastor, St. There will be a meeting of the
'ames' Episcopal Church, 2:35. St..-Joe Boat Club Thursday (to-
-- night) at 7:00 p.m. 'at the Florida
Advertising doesn't cost-it PA1'S Power Lounge.
~ All membres are urged to be
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY present.


Men's Softball League Play Gets Under

Way With Six Games Played Last Week

The Port St. Joe Men's Softball 'score of 8 to 4. In the .second game
League got under way this past the Box Plant defeated Vitro Red
week with double headers played 12 to 8.
at the Centennial Field on Tuesday The standings are now 'as fol-
and Friday nights and a double lows.
'header on Saturday afternoon. Team W L
Last Tuesday in the first game Vitro Red 2 1
of the season th.e Lions Club de- Sammy's Auto Repair -.... 2 1
heated ,the Box Plant. In the second Box Plant 2 1
,game Sammy's Auto Repair .defeat- Lion's Club 1 1
ed Woolford's Standard Station. Woolford's Standard ---- 1 1
On Friday the tables were turn- Vitro Blue 0 3
ed. In ithe first 'game Woolford'.s On Friday evening the Box Plant
defeated Sammy's Auto Repair and and Vitro Red will play the first
the B-ob Plant stopped the Lions game of the double header, start-
Club in 'the second game. inug at 7:30. The second game,
On Saturday Vitro Red took a which will start about 8:45 will pit
double header from Vitro Blue to Sammy's against Vitro Blue.
lead the League at the end of the On Saturday .at 2:30 the Lion's
first week of play. Club 'and Woolford's Standard
Monday night Sammy's Auto Re- Service Station will play a double
pair defeated Vitro Blue by a header.


Jaycee Charter

Is Approved By
MN'f.A..l I Un.u


St. Joe T & T

To Open New

Exchange At Beach

The St. Joseph Telephone and
Telegraph Company announces an
other milestone of progress of the
company and for this area.
A new 'telephone exchange wil
be put into service Saturday night
April 23. This exchange will be
known as The Beaches Exchange
and will serve the St. Joe Beach
Beacon Hill ,and Mexico Beach
areas. Cables are being installed
and the central office equipment
is 'of the latest design which will
permit the company to -offer and
maintain good service.
The new concept of exchange de-
signation will be .used. Instead of
having an exchange name plus five
numerals, this exchange will have
seven numerals. This plan is being
adopted by both the Bell 'and the
Independent Companies. This ex-
change i-s one of the first, in the
state to use the seven numeral
numbering plan.
There will be no toll charge for
calls .between The Beaches Ex-
change and the Port St. Joe Ex-
change. Telephone cud--.in-r. fon j
She Beaches can reach Port St. Joe
by dialing the number as listed in
:the directory and likewise tele-
phone customers from Port St. Joea
-can reach the Beaches ;by, dialing
the numbers as listed in the di-
rectory.


Oak Grove Church

Sets Revival Serie


iiu ui UpRev. Charles H. Harthern, pastor
President R. H ,Elleytold the of the Oak Grove Assembly of God
President R. H. Ellzey 'told 'the C t J au a
Junior Chamber of Commerce Church, Port St. Joe, announces a
Junior Chamber of Commerce revival crusade with his son, Rev.
membership Tuesday night that the royval crusade th oWst v
charter .for 'the local organization Beach as evangelist. The revival
had -been approved by national will commence -on Tuesday night
headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma. at 7:45 with services each night
Ellzey said that the headquarters and at 11:00 am. on Sunday.
suggested setting up a Charter Rev. Roy A. Harthern came to
Night banquet at whichtime theHarthrn cam o
Iba this country in 1949. He served as
State President would present the First Lieutenant in the British
Charter to the Port St. Joe Jay- Army for three and a half years
cees. The banquet has tentatively and worked with the American Air
been set for May 10. Lift in Berlin. After leaving the
Don Grossman has been put in service, he came to this country as
charge of the charter night ban- an evangelist, traveling from coast
quet arrangements, to coast, and also in 11 different
The Jaycees will pick their first countries. Rev. Harthern pastored
regular officer slate Tuesday, Ap- in Jacksonville, and served for
ril 26 at .their regular meeting, three years as full time Youth Di-
The new officers will be installed rector for 'the Assemblies of God
at the first meeting in July to in South Florida with almost 200
serve for a year. churches. Two years ago he was
called to pastor the Calvary Tem-
Several committees of 'the new ple, Assembly of God Church in
organization 'offered reports at the West Palm Beach, and under his
Tuesday night meeting. leadership the church has enjoyed
Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., and Ted substantial growth. Last year his
Cannon reported that plans were church 'received the honor of being
almost 'completed for a fish fry t'he fastest growing Sunday School
that the Jaycees will give at the in 'the District. The enrollment in-
Democratic Political Rally here in creased from 150 to over 400 in
Port St. Joe on April 30. The com- two years.
mittee plans to begin selling tick- During the current revival Rev.
ets to 'the fish fry this week end. Harthern will also present a ,musi-
Tickets will be $1.00 each. cal program each night on the pi-
Dick Lamberson, chairman of the ano and accordion. Before enter-
"Get Out the Vote" campaign, sta- ing the ministry, he turned down
ted that 'the project is nearly con- a contract in England with a mu-
plete 'for execution. Lamberson sical company in show business.
said a radio dispatched cab had He will be accompanied by his
been set up and arrangements wife, Pauline, their son Charles,
made for promotional material to Philip aged `four 'and 'their 'twin
be distributed several days before Idaughters LeAnne Paulette -and
the May 3 Primary. Suzanne Pauline, aged 14 months.
Ashley Costin and Joe Parrott N
presented a ceritficate for incor- CoURty Board Asks
portion of the Jaycees -at the
meeting Tuesday. The 'certificate For Park Arec
was adopted by the members and
ordered forwarded to the Secre- At Tuesday's County Commission
tary of State for filing, meeting, th.e Board formally re-
quested the St. Joe Paper Company
Srvja Ii [to lease to the Highland View
Ser m W Fi. ---_1d If_


Mrs. L. W. Owens

Funeral services for Mrs. L. W.


Men's Club a 'tract of land near
Highland View for use as a 'public
playground.
The park would be centrally lo-
cated in Highland View according
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Owens, 76 of Wewahitch, who died t uy e ax ii.
Thursday of last week were held
at 10:00 a.m. Saturday in 't'he We- Nazarene Church To
wahitchka Baptist Church.
,She is survived by two sons, Have Spec al Services
Gulf County School Superintendent -":
Tom Owens ,of Port St. Joe and D. The Church of th.e ,Nazarene
W. (Bus'ter) Owens of Wewahitch- will 'conduct 'special week end ser-
ka; three grandchildren and three vices beginning Friday.night. The
great grandchildren. services will be held at 7:30 p.m.
The Rev. W. A. Frye officiated Services will close Sunday night.
at the services. Burial was in Jehu Guest minister will be L. S. Ol'i-
Cemetery. ver from Birmingham, Alabama.
Comforter Funeral Home was in Rev. Oliver is 'district superinten-
charge of arrangements. .dent of the Church in Alabama.
------ The public is invited to attend
Uo TO CHURCH SUNDAY ,these services.


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FPC Hearing Set Monday




On St. Joe Natural Gas Line



Meeting Next New Post Office Building Is Dedicated

Week In D. C. In Ceremonies Saturday Afternoon

The Federal Power Commission Port St. Joe's .new Post Office said.
will hold a hearing in Washihngto.-,7 .,.'
D. C. Monday in reference to thebuilding was dedicated Saturday af- Congressman Bob Sikes, who was
D. C. Monday in reference to the ternoop 'at 2:30 p.m. -on the park- unable to attend !the dedication
iustallation of a natural gas pip:3- ing l.t in front of the new build- but sent his address in tape form
line to Port St. Joe. The .me-.ting*
line to Peort St. Joe. The i me.tin ing on Monument Avenue. to be presented ,to the listeners.
was :set up earlier this 'nonth by
Mayor J. L. Sharit with o.fficiac. The principal .address of the day Sikes congratulated the City on
f the Houston Texas Natural Ga was given by Ralph T. Willis, 7x- the new facilities. He gave praise
ceu'tive Assistant to -the Postm'as- 'to Mayor J. L. Sharit and posmtas-
Cter General. Mr. Willis explained ter Chauncey Costin for working up
S.kes. Nthe new plan of post office build- the dedication ceremonies. He
ofic JoalsCecil G. Costin, Jr., and Ings in which the Department lea- said, "I congratulate them and you
Pen Dickens, Port St. Joe 3ily sea locally owned property. "This for your interest and effort .and I
aDamakes the institution pay its way am proud of the success you have
Commissioner R. H. Ellzey aa a cv thre ntiuh t fronm tP l .s
locally through taxes from the lo- achieved. "


IM ichigan Chemical Company rep-
rxasentative will leave Monday :,,r
a week-long meeting with the FPC
in Washington, D. 0.
The FPC will determine when
and if Port St. Joe will be granted
the, necessary pipeline to furnits
natural gas for the city. The St.
Joe .Natural Gas Company has a
franchise with the .city to operate
a distribution system in the City
limits when and if the FPC appro-
val can be obtained.
Tuesday the Gulf County Com-
mission .gave its approval for the
construction of such a line in Gulf
county.
The proposed line will originate
with a present line 'at Bayou
George in Bay County, continue
eastward across State Road 22 into
Wewahitchka and terminate at the
Michigan Chemical Company site
in Port St. Joe.

Long Avenue Baptists

Plan Revival Series

Revival services will begin at
the Long Avenue Baptist Chuirch
.on Easter Sunday. The pastor, Rev.
J. C. Odum, announces, that the
Rev. Leo Hebert, associate pastor
of the First Baptist Church of Tal-
lahassee, will be the -evangelist.
Wesley R. Ramsey of Port St. Joe
will direct the revival music.
Sunday services will be held at
the regular time. Services will 'be-
gin at 7:30 each night during the
week with evangelistic singing by
both congregation and choir. Song
services will be followed with
evangelistic preaching.
The church nursery will be .open
each evening for 'small ,children.
A warm and cordial welcome is
extended to the public to attend
these revival services.

Cub Scouts To

Have Field Day
Port St. Joe Cub ~'ack 47 will
hold its annual field day Saturday
*at the Elementary School begin-
ning 'at 9:30 'a.m., according to Cub-
master R. H. Ellzey.
The Cubs will compete in the
running high jump, running broad
jump, standing broad jump. 35 yard
,dash, 75 yard dash, relay race, 35
yard sack race, 35 yard three leg-
ged race, wheel barrow race and
tug-o-war.
The local Cubs will then com-
pete in 'a district Track Meet to
be held in Panama City on April
30 at 1:30 p.m.
Officiating at the Track Meet
will be Cubmaster Ellzey, coach
Carey Floore, Charles Wall and
Kay Clark. All fathers of Cubs
are urged to attend.
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School Trustees To Appoint
Faculty for 1960-61 Year
There will be a meeting of the
Culf County Schools Board of
Trustees on M'onday, April 18 be-
ginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Port
St. Joe Elementary School audi-
torium.
The meeting will be held for the
purpose of appointing personnel
-for the 1960-61 school year.

C of C Will Meet
There will be a regular mem-
bership meeting of the Port St. Joe


cal owner of the building. The Post
Office Department leases all its Carey B. Wilmer, Assistant Re-
new buildings. The speaker said 'gional Operations Director of A-t-
th'at new ;demands on the U. S. lanta Georgia presented Postmas-
mail system was causing a -com- ter Costin with a new flag for the
plete overhaul 'of the mail handling Post Office. The flag formerly flew
system to be undertaken. "This over the White House.
new building is the,. first step in The local celebration was arran-
bettering local mail service", he ged by Commissioner R. H. Ellzey.


Health Department Starts M H Program

Dr. Henry I. Langston, director, Chapman. High School, Apalachi-
Florida Gulf Wakulla County cola; St. Vincent's School of Nurs-
Health Departments, wishes 'to an- ngJacksonville and George Pea-
nounce the establishment of a
Mental Health Program for Frank- body college, Nashvlle, Tennes
lin, Gulf and Waqulla Counties. see, where -she received a certifi-
Miss Mercedes Murphy of Apala- cate of Public Health Nursing. Sh -
chicola and Tallahaseee, formerly 'has taken several courses on Men-
with the Florida Crippled Child- tal Health .at Florida State Univer-
ren's Commission, has accepted the 'sity. Miss Murphy stated that ahei
position of Mental Health Work- was looking forward to again work-
er. Miss Murphy is- a graduate of ing-with the people of this arae.


Farris Bryant, Governor Candidate

Will Speak In Port St. Joe Saturday


C. Farris Bryant, candidate for
Governor, will be in Port St. Joe
at 'about 12:00 Noon Saturday, Ap-
ril 16 on the last leg of a tour of
Northwest Florida.
Bryant who has .served in the
House 'of Representatives for ithe
last 10 years, is a native Floridian,
,hailing from Ocala. He served as
Speaker 'of the House in 1953, be-
ing elected by the biggest majority
in history.
Bryant will meet the people on
,the corner of Reid Avenue and the
Boulevard next to the local Bryant
headquarters across from Buzzett's
Drug /Store. He will deliver a
speech 'at approximately 12:15 p.m.
to all interested persons.
Local volunteer workers advise
that .coffee will be served in the
headquarters.


School Board

Plans New Year

Summer school vacation is sev-
en weeks off but the Gulf County
School Board already has prepared
for the next year.
The board Tuesday approved its
1960-61 calendar allowing for days
off, days on and conventions.
Teachers will meet at the schools
on August 15 for orientation.
August 18 and 19 a countywide
meeting of 'teachers will be held
at Wewahitchka High School.
The 'students begin classes on
August 29.
First vacation is Labor Day, Sep-
tember 5.
A District Florida Education As-
sociation meeting will be held in
Panama City November 7. Thanks-


C. FARRIS BRYANT


Rotarians Hear

Norman P. Gross

Norman P. Gross, Architect of
Panama City was the program for
the Port St. Joe Rotary Club at
their meeting Thursday of last
week.
Gross 'told the Rotarians of the
complicated business of architec-
ture. Gross said 'that architecture
was probably the .oldest of today's
trades. The name -stems from the
meaning, "The Master Builder".
Gross said that architects need
several years of field training to-
day in addition to his formal uni-
versity training. This is made
desirable because of the fast chan-
ges in building methods and ma-
terials today. "These .changes ev-
eryday in materials makes the ar-


,giving holidays will be November chitects job a 'tough one just to
27 and 28. keep up with the new materials
Christmas holidays will begin on and their uses", .said Gross.
December 17 and end January 2. "Today as never before 'the ser-
Spring holidays will be March vices of architects are needed by
15, 16 and 17 and the last day for .people of moderate means to fore-
!teachers is June 9, 1961. stall costly errors in using the
Also Tuesday, School Superin- wrong materials", said Gross.
tendent Tommy Owens said that a Gross said that architects of 'to-
proposal 'affecting married stu- day meet the meaning of their
dents was tabled for further study. name "Master Builder" in 'that
The board approved expenses for they must have a working know-


Chamber -of Commerce Monday, Chairman Carter Ward's trip to a ledge of electronics, air condition-
May 2 at the Centennial Building. !state convention in Miami April ing, heating, plumbing, etc.-things
President Joe Hendrix urges all 20. One other board member, Otis 'that architects of 20 years ago
members 'to.,be present. IPyle, also may go, Owens said. didn't have to worry about.


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it were we can speak with it
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants


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Miss- Margaret Lois Blount


Wed To James H. Howell

The first Methodist Church of
Port St. Joe was the setting for .
the wedding of Miss Margarte Lois
Blount and AE-2 James Howard
Howell, Sunday. April 3 at 3:00
p.m.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John G. Blount. Jr., of :..
Port St. Joe and the bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William .
H. Howell, Sr., also of Port St. Joe. '.
The Rev. Edmond 0. Bradley of-
ficiated *at the impressive double
rinrg ceremony.
The altar table was adorned
with -the Holy Cross, flanked by
two polished brass pyramid can-
delabra. Immediately behind the
cross was a massed arrangement 6
of greenery elevated in the choir-
stall to form a pyramidal back-
ground for the large sunburst ar-
rangements of white gladioli and
yellow chrysanthemum. Within the -
chancel rail at either side of the
pulpit were arrangements of glad- -
ioli and mums in polished brass
vases against a contribution of the
pyramided candelabra to the altar
rail.
Arrangements of the same flow- ...
ers centered with a single :candle
rested in the windows of the sanc-
tuary. White satin rosettes with
white gladioli and yellow mums
marked the family pews.
Mrs. Bert Cox, sister of the
groom was organist. She played a
soft medley of pre-nuptial anusic as
the guests assembled. MuR. AND MRs. JAMES HOWARD HOWELL
Preceding the ceremony, Missi
Patricia Mabry sang, "Always" and the satin covered belt. The fitted Mrs. Wayne Taylor, sister of the
"Whih ehr Thou Goest" and softly bodice was buttoned down the back ride and W. H Howell Sr the


rendered "The Lord's Prayer" fol- with tiny ball covered buttons. Her
lowing the exchange of vows. veil, attached to a regal crown de-
The bride, given in marriage by corated with sequins and seed
her father wore a street length ',pearls was. loaned by her sister.
dress of white embroidered organza Her only ornament was an 'heir-
over. bridal satin, featuring a high 'loom brooch of her paternal grand-
rounded neck line bound in satin, mothers. She carried a crescent
,full puff elbow length sleeves and shaped bouquet of Esthe Reid dai-
bouffant skirt. A cluster of small sies.
-satin roses nestled at the back of The couple was attended by



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Honors Miss Blount Fetes Miss Blount

Mrs. 0. M. Taylor, Mrs. W. D. Among the parties honoring Miss
Sykes, Mrs. L. E. Meyer, Mrs. Wal- Margaret Lois Blount before her re-
ter Johnson. Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, Mrs. cent marriage to Jimmy Howell
Edwin Ramsey and Mrs. Rush was a buffet luncheon given by
Chismn were hostesses for a bridal Niiss Judy Fensom and Miss Bev
shower honoring Miss Margaret early Baldwin at the Fensom home
Lois Blount, April 1. on 16th Street, Saturday, April 2.
The party was held in the Me- The luncheon table was overlaid
thodist Social Hall which was with an ecru linen cut work cloth
beautifully decorated throughout and centered with an arrangement
with mass arrangements of yellow of magenta stock in a silver bowl
and white Spring flowers. The which was flanked by silver can-
punch -table was overlaid with a delabra holding pink tapers.
w white .maderia and yellow cloth. At 1 Arrangements of hyacinths, tu-
one .end of the table was a silver lips and daffodils were used at van-
candelabra --holding four burning 'tage points in .the home.
t aPr. and an arrangement of Ohe- Mrs. John Blount, Jr., mother of
roke,. rose,, ivy and bridal wreath, .the honoree and Mrs. William H.
lMiis Blount-chose for the occa- Howell, Sr., mother -of the groom
sion a blue silk plaid sheath dress. were among the guests.
She was presenetd with a corsage Assisting the hostesses were
of white carnations. Mrs. Blount their mothers, Mrs. Doug Baldwin
and Mrs. Howell, were also pre- and Mrs. Paul Fensom.
seated corsages. Mrs. Meyer and Miss Blount was given a piece of
Mrs. Johnson served at the refresh- her chosen china as a moment of
meat .table and Mrs. Sykes was in Ithe occasion.


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father of the bridegroom.
The bride's attendant wore a
white sheath dress of lace .over
yellow (taffeta, featuring an obi
.sash. She carried a -cascade bou-
quet of yellow daffodils.
Serving as ushers were Wayne
Taylor. brother-in-law of the bride
and William H. Howell, Jr., brother
of the groom.- .:
The mother of the. bride chose
for her daughter's wedding a silver
grey. silk organza. with. a white
applique collar and cuffs. With it
she wore pink accessories and a
corsage of pink cynmbl'diumi otehids.
Mrs. Howell, mother 'of the bride-
groom wore a lavender floral
sheath. Her accessories were white
and she wore a corsage of lavender
cymbidium orchids.
Following the ceremony, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Blount, Mr. and Mrs. J.'
B. Griffith, uncles 'and. aunts of
the bride and Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Culpepper entertained at a recep-
fion held in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Blount, 128 Hunter Circle.
Over the living room mantel was
a large fan arrangement of yellow
mums, tulips, California iris- and
daffodils.
The bride's table, overlaid with
a beautiful cut work cloth was cen-
tered with a four tiered wedding
cake, topped with two love birds
holding wedding rings, under an
arch of velvet grape leases, 111i s
of the valley and wedding bells.
On either side of the cake crystal
candelabra were -burning yellow
tapers. Crystal vases held yellow
daffodils. Crystal compotes of dec-
orated mints completed the ap-
pointments.
The punch table featured an old
fashioned pedestal type cut glass
bowl decorated with a nosegay of
yellow and white daisies and yel-
low satin streamers radiating from
the nosegay to 'many points of the
table, accented by 'single daisies.
Misses Beverly Baldwin and
Judy Fen'som attended 'the bride's
table. Mrs. Junior Bateman, Mrs.
Johnny Clenny and Miss Peggy
Chafin served the punch. Miss Di-
ana McKnight kept the guest book
on a small table covered with a
floor length white' organdy cloth
over yellow linen. An anniversary
candle with carnations and fern
decorated the table.
Assisting in caring for the
guests were Mrs. L. E. Meyer and
Mrs. Joe Johnson, also assisting
were Mrs. Rush Chim, Mrs. George
Cooper and Mrs. B. T. Pridgeon,
Sr.
Out of town guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. John G. Blount, Sr., pa-
ternal grandparents of the bride,
Geneva, Ala., Jesse R. McPherson,
maternal grandfather of the bride,
Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pres-
ton, Panama City; Mr. -and Mrs.
W. B. Shores, Cottondale; Mr. and
Mrs. Don Birath and children Ka-
thy and Donald, Spartenburg, South
Carolina; Mr. 'and Mrs. Bert Cox
and son Ronnie, Rome, Ga.; Mrs.
Ina Roden, Fontana, California;
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor, Ath-
!ens, Ga.; Miss Patricia Mabry, Ft.
1 Mead and Wade H. Scoffe, Jr., Ft.
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charge of the bride's book. -
Approximately 60 guests called ng Matron
during the appointed hours. YOUng Matron

To Arrive for Holidays Circle6 Meets
John Miller, who is attending __
Marion Institute in Marion, Ala.,
T arrivehe Young Matron's Circle of the
ii -arrive Th ursday to sp end t, First Baptist WMS was in charge
spring holidays with his parents, ofthe Royal Serice Program Mon-
. sister. .day aftrenoon at the church. Mrs.
SsstVirginia Arnold presided.
The program was about Baptist
'ort St. Joe High School and Jones work in Europe. Those having a
Business College of Orlando. Mr. part on the program were Mrs.
Howell is serving at an A/2C in Whittle, Mrs. Burch, Mrs. Taylor,
'h-e U. S. Navy at Oak Harbor, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. John Rich and
Washington. The couple will make Mrs. Walker.
heir home in Oak Harbor The meeting next week will be
Circle meetings in the homes as


Circle No. 1, Mrs. C. G. Costing.
Circle No. 2, Mrs. Elliott.
Circle No. 3, Unannounced.
Circle No. 4, Mrs. W. M OChatin.
The Young Matron's Circle will
meet with Mrs. Roy Burch.


FUTURE CITIZENS-Top row, left to right, are: Glynna Kathryn
Knight, five months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Knight;
Jimmy Beauchamp, one 'and one-half year old son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Beauchamp; Marshall Nelson, five year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. F. Nelson. Bottom row, left to right Shelley Ramsey, age
nine, Carol Ramsey, age four and Catherine Ramsey, age 11, chil-
idren of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey.

CARD OF THANKS nurses at the hospital.
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were so kind *to us during the re- Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lovett
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other and uncle, Jack Fowler. We
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POLITICAL ADVERTISING

ELECT
W. C. ROCHE
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
From District No. 1
As a citizen, taxpayer and busi-
nessman in Gulf County, I am qual-
ified to serve on the Board of
County Commissioners and to per-
form the duties of this important
office.
I shall appreciate your vote to
elect me your County Commission-
er from District No. 1.
W. C. ROCHE

RE-ELECT
CARTER WARD
for
MEMBER, BOARD of
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
DISTRICT NO. 2


VOTE FOR VOTE FOR Carlton Takes Stand 'HE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1960r in addition to those of the stand-
E. TOM PRIDGEON, Sr. THEODORE (Ted) On Demonstrations terminal courses are being taught
FNDIDAOUNT FR SHRIDT CUMBIE ORLANDO, FL.-Guberna Gulf Coast Community College President Extremely well qualified for his
County for 30 years. During a great COMMISSIONER, DIST. 1 ton, Jr., issued on March 21 the D T W o Pr Resigns Post of the first in the country to be
aeal of that time, I have observed I am a candidate for election to 1 the W U awarded a doctor's degree in Ad-
closely the operations of the sher- the Board of County Commission- following statement in reference ministration of Higher Education
iff's office. I therefore believe I ers from District Number 1. to Governor Leroy Collins' standed W. Booker, President cf Bay County Board of Publi n- in 1949; hi sseratti on ed
can serve the people well as their I have lived In Gulf County for on lunchroom sit-downs by Negroes Dr. Ted W. Booker, President cf Bay County Board of Public In- in 1949; his 'disserattion concerned
sheriff and will make a sup erne the past 30 years and was born l Gulf Coast Junior College, at a struction. the organization -and administra-
effort to give the people of the in Calhoun County, when Gulf was in Florida: special call meeting of the faculty tion of junior college education.
county the most efficient law en- still a part of it. "As a Floridian who seeks to Friday morning, April 8, read a Dr. Booker expressed apprecia-
eforcement ifofficem thectcounty has offifeel like I am qualified for this serve as Florida's governor, I haveletre of resignation to be sent to tion for the loyalty and untiring
I believe, too, that the county office, I will strive to serve the ,the responsibility of clearly ex- Buddy McLemore, Chairman of the efforts ,of the faculty and staff. He Jhovah WitneSSes
needs the services of a trained in- people of the county as a whole. 'pressing my feeling on this matter commended them for their role in
vestigator, a need I will endeavor Thanking you for your vote and 'of lunchroom sit-downs. ---- the "miracle of Wainwright" ex- old Me in
to supply, if the people elect me support, I am "The chief responsibility of the social mediator through no choice perience. He told them that he val- Hold Iv eting
to this vital office. THEODORE (TED) CUMBIE -p and
E. TOM PRIDGEON, SR. (governor is to maintain a peaceful of his own, his actual right of econ-lued their personal friendship and
statewide atmosphere that is free omic survival is jeopardized, wished for the institution and each Jehovah's Witnesses of Port St.
Vote for and Elect from the tragic implications of ra- "Under Florida law there is .no person all success possible and Joe report 66 persons gathered at
E L E LEO KENNEDY cial tensions and strife. doubt of his right to serve the ct1hlengied them to continue in the Kingdom Hall Sunday evening
BYRD E PARKER COUNTY COMMISSIONER "I believe that the individual clientele of his choice. their insistence upon quality pro- to commemorate the Lord's last
DISTRICT NO. 5M business proprietor has the right "Any form of agitation which grams and quality instruction. 'supper. The unleavened loaf and
SHERIFF It has been predicted by experts to acknowledge and respect the precipitates disorder and violence Dr. Booker has achieved wide red wine were offered as prescrib-
It has been a pleasure to serve In the field of economy that the customs of his community. lis wrong. Reason-not wrath- recognition or the speed ande Bible
as your Sheriff in the past, nd next tend yepwars would be the great- of "Yet his current position is such must guide us in this present sit- thoroughness with which he or-cal missionaries are preparing
as your Sheriff in the past, and est trend upward in the history ofthoattenaritssemblyaof
if elected again, I will continue the United States. Gulf County will that it is he who is being exploit- nation. ganized the College. He arrived in now to attend a circuit assembly of
to work to make the office more see some of this growth, industry ed. By being -cast in the .role of "As a Floridian, I urge Negro Panama City on August 17, 1957, Jehovah's Witnesses to be held in
efficient. Just rememberwill move nto Gulf County and leadership to immediately desii without office, personnel, curricu- Ocala 'during April 22-24.
efficient. Just remember this of- the demand upon the county gov- 'n h s e .uildingsbdetso, supplies
fice is just as near as your tele- ernment will be greater than ever. ELECT from further mass-mob effnrt, lum, buildings, budgets, supplies or
phone through our efficient radio I believe you will need careful "It is at the local level that the equipment and within 30 days had
system, for there Is always a planning in a business like manner C cii
system, for there s always a n county government. That's why l G. greatest opportunity for practical accomplished the miraculous feat
county patrol car near you. I offer you my experience as a .,* solution 'of our problem exists. Lo- of establishing a full fledged insti- E X P E R T
Thanks, businessman for a progressive COStin, Jr cal leadership of both races must tution of higher education. A full Shoe Repairs
BYRD E. PARKER Gulf County. be encouraged to face and solve program of day and evening class-
SHERIFF LEO KENNEDY your this problem. es began on September 17, 1957. QUICK SERVICE
(Paid Political Adv.) "The .People's Choice" STATE I "It is -their responsibility to To date, 1.371 students have en-
REPRESEN- maintain intelligent communica- rolled in 'regular college courses SHpE SALE
VOTE FOR TATIVE tion between the separate races so and 797 in college-level adult edu- Mens Oxfords $4.49
VOTE and ELECT V that reason can prevail. And I cation work. Nearly all of the more Men's Oxford ----4.4
SWOOD C. W. LONG Experienced Capable have every confidence that they than 2,000 persons served by the Work Shoes .--- $4.95
a WnO O COUNTY COMMISSIONER Ican do sio. College in 'organized class work and up
COUNDistrict Number 3 I feel DISTRICT NO. 3 my experience qual- ber of the Legislature has been a "True progress will est be have been citizens of Bay County.
Shavebeena citizenof Port St. fies me for the office. If elected Igood record and the legislationachievedas Florida's economic The curriculum of the College
Joe for 34 years. I would sincerely will treat it as my own business. which I introduced and supported growth continues. Yet, this growth has ,been varied in keeping with RUC M AN
appreciate your vote and support. I would like to be your oommis- was for the best interest of the is the very tihng which -mob action the community college concept.
I sincerely believe that I can make sioner, and can give the office all peopleof Gulf County. SHOE REPARl d
you as good a County Commission- the necessary attention. tinu respectfully and solicit your con willmy estroy.dv Technical, general cultural, and
er as you have ever had because I tued vote ad ppast record. _
n devote m, full time to the past record.


job. I thank you.
L. WOOD

RE-ELECT
GEORGE W. COOPER
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER FROM
FROM DISTRICT NO. 5


Swill appreciate your vote ana My record as county commission-
support toward electing me to er for the past seven years will
another term as your School show that I have conducted myself
Board Member. in office with honesty, sincerity,
efficiency, always bearing in mind
(Paid Political Adv.) that the interests of the people
came first.
E-ELCT Being well aware that I am a
RE-ELECT servant of the people, I have made
G. CROXft T M every effort to serve the people
-o X ^nVAwell, and with honor. If re-elected,
My humble thanks to you for my humble promise is that I will
ejecting me to this present term of continue to serve the people to the
,"ce as your County Commission- best of my avility.
rk from District No. 3. If you re- I have found great pleasure and
turn me for a second term, I will satisfaction in public service; there-
continue to work for your welfare fore, I am seeking re-election to
and for progress and advancement this important office. So I ask for
in our county. Again, I will apprec- your continued loyal support and
late your vote and your support. I ask for your vote.
G. S. (Jack) CROXTON GEORGE W. COOPER
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RE-ELECT
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I am grateful to you for your
splendid support in my last cam-
paign for this office, and I am plac-
ing my name before you again for
your favorable consideration.
During this, my first term in of-
fice, I have at all costs served the
people of Gulf County conscien-
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forwardly, keeping in mind that the
interests of you, the people, are my
primary interest.
I will appreciate your support
during this campaign and will be
honored and pleased to have you
cast your vote for me on election
day, Tuesday, May 3, 1960.
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VOTE FOR
JESSE ANDERSON
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 5
An Honest and Sincere Effort
For Good Government
Your Vote Will Be Greatly
Appreciated
VOTE FOR
T. 0. (Tater)
POITEVINT
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER FROM
DISTRICT NO. 5
As before, in 1956, when I ran for
this office, and was defeated by a
slender majority, so this time, too,
I pledge representation on a county-
wide basis. If I am elected to office
by the people of Gulf County, I will
be al representative of the people
of Gulf County.
On my record of past perform-
ance, I promise, guarantee, if elect-
ed your commissioner, I will do a
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I ask for your vote and your sup-
port.
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Auto Service and Repair Shops Looking M
Those who have been ministers for minister,
To Bigger Volumn of Business In FUtUre -several years, the time ran out for Of course, the .minister gains
____ ___ filing this form on April 15, 1959. the same protection and rights un-
I However, the recently ordained, der the Social Security Act as all
In. 1960, automobile service and oc .ec commissioned, or licensed minister other covered workers and elf-
repair shops can look forward to b U y u ha.s until three months and 15 days employed people. Ministers who
their biggest volume of during e in co- after the close of .the second tax- desire further information should
story. Moreover, during they can expect a ter 'able year in which he had a profit contact the local social security
ing decade they can expect a of $400 to make his choice. office. The office for this area is
growth in business which is ,start- located at 1135 Harrison Avenue,
lng to those of u.s who are only Social security coverage first tjisjtes .re heated as self- Panama City. The telephone nue,m
as close to th automotive industry became possible for ministers and employed people under the Social er i POplar T-51 one
as ithe cars and trucks we own. |members of religious orders for Security Act. Once a minister _
This is the substance of a fore- the tax year 1955, 'according to elect social security coverage of CARD OF THANKS
cast made by Robert L. Stacey, 'John V. Carey, district manager of 'his income as a minister, he cannot We wish to express -our sincere
Vice President and General Mana-;'the Panama City social security later change his -mind. The social appreciation for -the kindness of
ger of the National Automotive office. Only ministers have .an in- securityy tax is reported, once yearly I astor Harther and friends of
Parts Association, in hte current d.vidual choice under 'social secur- on Internal Revenue Srevice Form Port St. Joe at the recent death of
issue of The N-A-P-A News. We ga- ity-for all .others, coverage is .1040 -and Schedule C. All income our belove sister, Pearlie CoUllnA-
ther this from 'a copy we received compulsory. and expenses incurred in the exer- worth
last week from Sit. Joe Auto Parts, In order to gain this coverage, a cise of ministerial duties must be The Smith Family
who has .been dsitributing copies minister must make a selection by included. This includes the fair, The Bratcher Family
of the same publication to members filing Form' 2031 with the Director rental value of the 'home furnished I __
of the automotive maintenance fra- of Internal' Revenue. For most of or rental allowance paid 'to the kdvertlslng doesn't oest---4t P


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a make-shift blanket stretcher. The "patient" is Mrs. Al Smith.


ternity in this area.
"There is no :doubt in our minds
that 1960 and the years following
will see continued growth in the
automotive 'srevice 'and repair, busi-,
ness", ,says Mr. Stacey. "And while
1960 will show .a substantial in,
crease, it is only a foretaste of
what will happen in the next teni
years. This is not just our opinion.
Mr. Arthu rC. Butler, Chairman of
the National Highway Users Con-
ference, says that indications 'are
that today's 70,000,000 vehicles
will have grown 'to 100,000,000 with-
in the next ten years, and that by
1970 vehicle owners will be spend-
ing $2.5 billion more per year for
parts, tires and accessories, alone."
On this subject Mr. Stacey is in I
position to speak with considerable
authority, as the executive-head 'of
N-A-P-A, the nation's largest inde-
pendent patrs organization. Thru
its 45 warehouses, each stocking
upward of 55,000 different parts
required for cars now in service,
| N-A-P-A supplies more than'3,00.0
automotive ejobbers in all 50 states
with nationally advertised products
which include practically every-
thing ,that any service -station or,
repair shop needs for any make,
model or age of car or truck.
As the N-A-P-A Jobber in Port
St. Joe, St. Joe Auto Parts is cur-
rently participating with thousands
of other N-A-P-A "Parade of Parts"
which is designed- to better ac-
quaint service stations,: repair
shops and car 'and truck owners
with the complete and :fast service
N-A-P-A Jobbers are .equipped to
give -by reason of their 'highly or-
ganized method of distribution.. A
special invitation has been .extend-
ed to all members of the automo-
tive .maintenance trade (as well as
interested car owners) to visit
their store during the coming
month.
"We feel very fortunate in being
associated with this nation-wide or-
ganization as the N-A-P-A Jobber
in Port St. Joe", says Mr. Lamber-
Ison, owner. "Because of this con-
'nection, we are ablt to give faster
and more complete service and re-
pair shops of this community than
we could possibly give otherwise.
!Naturally, we fall down occasion-
ally, but we can pick ourselves
up an deliver more quickly by
reason of our nearby N-A-P-A Ware-
house service, and the 36 years of .
experience behind it. As an illus-
tration of what this means, 'the
Inew American "compact" oars,
Corvair, Falcon and Valiant made
tieir first 'appearance just before
the opening of this year, and are\
accounting for a greater percent-I
age of car production than had
been anticipated. New as these
,cars are, as a result of forward
planning, we are already In posi-
tion to provide prompt delivery on
a broad range of parts for them."

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Instructor James Gunter looks on. (Star photo)

aBeBllei C lu organizations in the county. There
SCarra elle Club? will be an old-fashioned kitchen, a
puppet show, a fish pond, to men-
Staey S Fair tion la few of the attractions. Mrs.
E. H. Ellison, and Mrs. Fred Speng-
The Carrabelle Garden Club is ler, co-chairman of .the Fair, are
9aa,"being assisted by the President,
staging its annual Fair in the Car- bers. Don Muass grove and other iem-
rtbelle Gym Saturday, April 23. A bers of the Club. The hours for the
festival open to all citizens in this Fair are from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00
area, it will exhibit ,antiques, flow-i
:ers, garden equipment, shell pro-i-p.m. and admission is free.
x. ducts and exhibits from various Advertt.ing Doent Cos It PAYS-
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.THE STAR
-. Puillsb I"e-Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star. Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisl
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, P
Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St.
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the public
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thought
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convin
The spoken- word is lost; the printed word remains.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By: HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Coppedge had
as their guests this week, Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Flanning of Junction
City, Ga., and Clarence Foster of
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sgt. and Mrs. Alton Watson of
Eglin Air Force Base 'spent the
week end with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ike Watson and other
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bazzell and
children of Pass Christian, Miss.,
and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bazzell of
New Orleans, La., visited their mo-
ther, Mrs. David Coley during the
week end.
Jo Ann Lovett of Pensacola is
spending some time with her aunt
Mrs. W. A. Paul and family.


Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Mims
daughter Tammy visited hi;
other Mrs. Tilda Mims in Pa
City Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Patti
Mrs. Walter Armstrong and .d
ters, J.eanette and Sara Jan
ited during the week with Cla
Armstrong who is attending
land Training Center in GC
ville.
A. J. Payne of Wewahitchk
ited his daughter Mrs. Mae C
er and family this week.
Friends of Mrs. Bertha
will regret 'to learn of her' il
We hope 'she will be feeling
better soon.
The Gulf Oil Company of
lachicola honored :the deale:
this area with a seafood di'nn
Apalachicola Monday night. I
attending from tihs area were
C. Miles. B. F. Faircloth and
ny Walker.


5 HOURS... NOT 3 MONTHS
Two decades ago, it took an average of 3 months
wages to pay the hospital bills resulting from a case
of pneumonia. Today, a case of pneumonia is cured
at home -- with drugs that cost an average of
five hours wages. That's just one of the many facts
which prove that .

Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In Histo


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JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist


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Phone BAll 7-5:


ai- 00 LATE tO M HE 8fAR. Port St. Jo6, lorida .TIAMLJ)Y, 4, i W.
to W Lto! ?Q everyone Can Have A Greenhouse Now
C AS'1YS Quick Reports
-By RUSSELL KAY -ui, k Re -o I

Thousands of folks on the verge Saves Woodlands "I speak the am
of retirement are looking toward language in all p ts
her Fl'orida as 'their future 'b"rmahii County Ranger H. A. Hardy this of Florida. wont
roof borne. Most of them will have fixed _week offered his'thdnk to .rs .
50 income from pe-n ions or r"etfrnS tI Ann Burkett of Por't St. Joe for weigh what I do or
7.50 on investments reae over the h I er aid in the prote.tion of the say against whether
Joe, years. Some will supplement thIs forest near the Jdites Homestead.
through the sale of businesses or e oMrest. Burkett called at0 10 50itsm. 0t s 0pm
homes.ycm o a l of Saturday night to report fire in I ro6'Wehi myself
hers They come from all walks of this vicinity. o wihwhether
such .Z! Quick reporting.on her ,part and
life and have varied interests. They the on Srte g n i
ully will seek sunshine and comfortable al t on .prompt action by the erestry ser- hem Os od*
ces. easy living. Few are interested in ie rented extensive wods r
bright lights, night clubs, racing burning.
and the like. They seek location. l Only a 'half ere wa.s lost.
s and far removed from such activities .
s mo- where they will find congenial P .-_ CARD OF THANKS
nama neighbors, community intests expensive little plastic-covered greenhouse 'pe rect for in We wish to take this n*tehodi of
and can pursue hobbies with kin- door planting. Useful for a miniature kitchen window herb gar- thanking our many friends for the
s o....rddospie den or for starting beautiful annual flowers and vegetables for kindness .shown to us during the
erson, dried spirits: home cannAing. o loss of our darling baby boy. F-or
augh- Some would like ,to find fll or the onsoling words, c ard s, ift
e vis- part time employment to supple-the
rence mentth'ei rincomes. Mostudread the from a recreational 'standpoint? needs of elderly people, substan- and flowers which wre a source
Sunn- thought of being a burden to their Chance' or full or art-time em- tial discounts enable oldters to of re drigour time of sor
aines- loved ones. They realize that their ploynment? Heallt conditions, costs travel in groups on tours designed Irow. Thanks also goies to be M e-
children have 'their own problems of hospital and medical care. Are 'to give them rest and recreation thodist emen, Baptist wo.eu,
and are entitled to a life of their church nd .social activities ade- and within reach of their budget and the -E.tyra Sta for preparing
a vis- own so they seek a *place for q'tote'? Will your community be incomes. the meals. Words cannot express
ream- themselves where they can meet c16cerned or 'interested in these Now the -association is opening our heartfelt thanks.
the sunset of life'on their own. oldsters, once you have sold them nursing homes where the aged May God bless you.
Allen Problems of the aged are many.' a 'h om 5and entered their names may be cared for at reasonable Ti ram
lness. Rising living costs present a prob- on your tax r.ll, an&d what will the cost far below those usually char- The WiGrsams Family
much lem, maintaining health .becomes tar- ,tabe, now and in the future? ged. Members of the growing or- I
more difficult. Shrinking dollars -d6ncehihed with these 'and other ganization are provided with a
Apa- cut the income that at one time problem of the aged, Dr Ethel variety -of services, a strong Wash- W a.
rs of they thought would be more than Percy Andrus,a eted teacher, ington lobby looks after their in- CLASSIFIED ADS GO VERNOR
er in sufficient to meet their needs. :pionered in" tho' establishment of terests as far 'as legislation affect- 1tidge resmentLs With
'hose Florida communities interested an organization to aid retired ing the aged is concerned. Drug m. Cetr
: W. in attracting such' folks would do teach ers through the National Re- and medical costs are sharply re- Giant Returns. o 5T "* o''u*
John- well to count their change and see tir~ Teac eds Association. So duced. Insurance is provided for .. -
just what they have to offer suchi suessful was her effort she ex- those aged 65 or over and it is non-
...- prospective o homeseekers. What td'' er activtlit. 'to organize cancellable for life as long as YOU
does your city or surrounding area tli Kimerifcan Association of' Re- membership in the organization is Find Dis anguished Gi,
fo Commerce madAe a survey to de- The organization now has soni Headquarters of .the American
........r.......ationow somethor Euery SpecialEN ent
,termine living costs, advantages 400,0600 members and is growing Association of Retired Persons in
rapidly. Advantages of member- Washington, D. C. bu local offices s. es
Ronney Batson, son of Mr. and shi'up which is available at modest are being established throughout
S'M,is. Bill Baltson celebrated his .cost td' persons 'of 65 years of age the country. Recently St. Peter- at GREEN SP
third birthday Friday, April 8. He oroi ver include a substantial dis- 'burg was designated as an activity .
enjoyed cake and ice cream with count on the purchase of medical area and now Floridians may r3-tF
his family 'and friends,. splies and digs. By ordering ceive 'the benefits offered through 1.1P' REDEM PTI N
REVIVAL through Associaioin stores 'oldsters' the St. Petersburg drug storeL'I O N
Rev. Fanni eHutchison, pastor to ave m fraoi 25% to 40% on drug where purchases may be made in '
ry Highland View Assembly of Gaod p.urchais. The Association has es-person or by mail at substantial CENTERS
Church extends to everyone 9a cor- ta.bl'l-he an insurance .service discounts. A first rate nursing C N
dial invitation to attend the revi- which' covers not only hospital ser- home is being -established and an
va.services now In progress ea vice.butome calls or .of.fce calls insurance service is available cov-
night at 7:30. Rev. Allen Norris of from doctors. ering both hospital and home care .
Apalachicola is the evangelist. You Realiziug that oldsters like to at very moderate -cost. Distinguished merchandise S&H
111 will enjoy the anointed and dyna- travel, arrangemnets were worked Oldsters want to pay their way.. Grn Stusm canio in S&ts
mic preaching of Rev.' Norris. out to set up special tours at mo- bu't resent being gouged. The 7. .utStand
S dest rates, designed to meet the NRTA looks like the answer. make outstanding gifts for species
io, n l ike Na edding i birthday


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April -23 7:30 PM


Rev. Herbert


EVANGELIST, of Tallahassee



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Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
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STUDENTS WRITE

Mrs. Nelson's fourth grade
been studying poetry and pro
The boys and girls have contrib
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SPRING
Birds are singing gaily,


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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 7:80 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) __ 7:45 P.M.

'Come and Worship God With Us"


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ..-.... 6:45 p.m.
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There are teeth in a -comb,
There are petals on a flower
There are .minutes in an hour.
There .are wheels on a cart,
There are prayers in my heart,
There are cars 'on a train,
There are thoughts in my brain.
By Jennifer Stafford

HOME
From breakfast on through all the
day
At home among my frineds, I say
But every night I go to sleep
Far into the dark so deep.
By Beth Creech

MY CHAIR
As I was sitting in my chair,
I knew -the bottom wasn't there,
Nor legs, nor back, but I just sat,
Thinking :of little things like that.
By Diann eGardner

RIVER
Dark 'brown is the river,
Golden is the sand,
It'flows 'along forever,
With trees on all the land.
By Brenda Chandler

IN THE VALLEY
jUnder the pines and hemlocks,
Down by the 'house,


Graze 'antelope flocks
With -one little mouse
You 'scarcely can 'hear little Sally,
Tending 'to the flocks,
Way down in 'the 'valley,
Under the 'shade 'of ithe hemlocks.
By Jim Voyda

NURSE
Here comes the nurse,
With your chart and your pill,
She is here to take care of you,
While you are ill.
By Patricia Davis

SPRING i !
The day before April, I was sitting
alone,
Away I heard a robin singing a
song,
Off in a distance, I saw a girl on
a stone,
When the girl left, I said, "So
long."
The next day, I went to a large
creek,
To see and hear the birds,
I knew what I was listening to,
It was all of God's words.
By Larry Cox

BIRDS
One 'day I went outside,
To see what I could see,
I saw some little birds,
Named Chiryps, Twirps and Twee.
They were playing by a rosebush,
Where no one else could see,
Singing tra-la-la
As happy as could be
By Patsy Boyd


POETRY
The origin of poetry is older than
prose. Men were composing poetry
before there was any recorded his-
tory. In fact, anything that was
very Important to know, they made
into poetry because poetry is easy
to remember.
Poetry is a record 'dot experiences
told in words that are as intense
and beautiful' 'as possible. Most
poetry is written in a form which
we call verse.
The poet usually prefers to
speak through concrete images ra-
ther than through ,abstract ideas.
The words, "Patience is a virtue",
means little *or noting by them-
selves. What is patience, and why
is it 'a virtue? What does one gain
by being patient, adn what may he
lose by being impatient? The Bible
tells us that patin'ece is a virtue by
relating .the experiences of the pa-
tient Job. Through Job's experienc-


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L THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1960 Bees are busy making honey,
Girls are busy riding bikes,
/Kool-aid stands are making money.
UPOETRY By Becky Hendrix
a khEVERYWHERE
has Streams are making a tinkling every city,
se. sound, In every town,
)ut- Flowers are blooming daily, Th ld s around
Grass is .peeping through the Everywhere God's .good gifts are
ground. Everywhere God's good gifts
Boys are busy flying kites, found. y Shelly Ramsey

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THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
--- WELCOMES YOU --
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


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'" ...... .... ..._.- -- firing his cifl'. at pop-up targets
i nt Honod ii at unknown distances on terrain
SI. P rB .UC 1 which duplicates combat areas.
With Coke Party Other highlights of this intensive
Wad an n Mil A my training include squad tactics,
Betty Ward w aind Ann Miller en- Ca bayonet and hand-to-hand combat,
tertained With a lovely Coca-Cola FORT JACKSON S C.--Recru and crawling the infiltration course
party, honoring Margaret L William A. Lucas, son of Mr. and while machine gun ,fire is popping
. Blount, on the morning of April Mrs. Jewell 0. Lucas, Port St. Joe, overhead. Many of his instructors
mieHowell. her re- s presently assigned to Company are combat veterans of World
m HowellB, 19th Battalion, 5th Training Re- War II and the Korean War.


- The home 'of Ann Miller was dec- giment of the -U. S. Army Training
orated. throughout with spring Center, Infantry, at Fort Jackson, Spending Holidays Here
flowers. S uth Carolina where he is under-. Miss Marietta Chafin is spending
The hostesses .served Coca-Golas, going eight weeks of Basic Combat the Easter holidays with her par-
sandwiches and cakes to 13 guests Training. cents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chafin.
which included Mrs. John Blount, He will be taught rifle masks- Miss Chafin is a graduate student
mother of .the bride and Mrs. W. manship under the U. S. Army's and a teacher at Baylor University,
M. Howell, mother of the groom. TRAINFIRE program which enab-
Betty and Ann presented to Miss les the modern soldier to become
Blount a lovely crystal -salt and a better rifleman in less time than
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r'esbyterian !ipatlag in, :.-i4Aiicusiou. Mvri .
P 'Beard closed the lesson with a
Circle 1 Meets prayer.
Refreshments were served to the
.following. members:. Mrs. R. D.
Circle No. I of -the Presbyterian Prows, Mrs. Sam- Johnson, Mrs.
Women of the Church met in the Austin Mallett, Mrs. Ted Beard,
bome of Mrs. L. S. Bissett, 147-Mrs. Joe Parrott, Mrs. Bill Brown
Hunter Circle. The meeting was and the hostess, Mrs. J. C. Price.
opened with a short devotion by ___
-Mrs. John Robert Smith .....
The business session was held Scout Drive In
followed by a Bible study conduct-
ed by Mrs. Henry Campbell.. Final ek


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,Crawford Rainwater, General
chairman, Boy Scout Development
Fund, announced that a total of
$264,496.45 has been 'subscribed af-
ter final report meetings over the
Council -this past week.
"We are calling this next week
"Mop Up Week" to bring in hte


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
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
EARLINE SNELL ___ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
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Delicious refreshments .of straw-
berry shortcake and coffee -was
served to the following members:
Mrs. Sid Brown, Mrs. J. R. Smith.
Mrs. C. W. Long, Mrs. J. F. Davis,
Mrs. Boyd Underwood, Mrs. W. K;
Settlemire, Mrs. J. E. Perritt and
Mrs. Henry Campbell and the host-
ess Mrs; L. S. Bissett.
Mrs. C. W. Long closed the meet-
ing with prayer.

Circle 2 Meets

With Mrs. Price
Cir,?l No.,2 of the Pres.bytcrlan
Women of ..the Church met Monday
night with Mrs. J. C. Price at 1401
Monument Avenuie. Circle chilr'-
man, Mrs. Ted Beard, opened .the
meeting with the reading of scrip-
ture taken from the 22nd chapter
.',of Luke. After the' businesss dis-
cussion the BiL'e stidy was con-
duc,ted with Mrs. Joe Parrott as
moderator. The book of James was


924 W. Brevard St.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA




ELECT
W. R. (BUSTER)
ffA'Uoff


I OF
ARICULTURE

B. S. Degree in Agricultufied
U. of Fla.
Marine Veteran
Family Mo'*
Long record of selfless served
to Florida Agriculturv
Paidte fo: r
W. 0. 1'*!*.
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SEC C 'ARY

OF STATE
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better values and improved ser-
vice. However, we'll say again that
'business is not good enough! We
need more we can do far
more! There's room to give you
still better values and more .effi-
cient service. Every day we're seek-
ing ways -and means to turn out a
better job. Yes, we learn some-
thing, new every day and we're
gradually improving our ways and
methods of Boyles, the store where hundreds
and hundreds of customers choose
to buy on Lay-A-Way instead of
saying, "Charge It". They know
they're paying no 'extra carrying
charges. They know they're saving
just ,the same as Cash Buyers. Yes,


Merchants,

ing and Saving

id Saturday
ants and Buyers
Boyles Lay-A-Way business is
growing by leaps and bounds. We
have room for you Join our
Lay-A-Way fans! .
Now tor a lighter look at sell-
ing: Prospective customer: "Do
you keep fountain pens here?"
Salesman (brightly): "No, we sell
them". Prospective customer:
"Okay, but keep the one you might
have sold me if you hadn't been
so smart". Sometimes we wonder
how many good sales are lost by
salespeople who are just too
smart don't you run into at
least one on every shopping tour?
It's quite easy to spot the cour-
teous, mature salseperson who lis-
tens attentively and quietly
strives to please the customer.
They recognize a responsibility to
make your shopping easier, plea-
sant and efficient. Isu't it a good
feeling 'to leave a store and be able
to say: "The salesperson who
waited on me was most helpful".
The salespeople at Boyles have a
weekly meeting to discuss these
important problems in selling. We
strive to be helpful and to please.
Will you kindly tell us when we
fail? Time to close just one
more grin: "Sir, my wife said I
was to ask for a raise." Boss:
"Good, I'll ask my wife if I may
give you one." S'long. -RGB
P. S.-Listen for Boyles Sun-
shine Values over WJOE daily 'at
8 and 9 a.m.


700 to build a new Scout camp six
miles west of DeFuniak Springs, o riti I
and construct a Service Center in For Job Printing It's
Pensacola. The Council now serves
-more than 7,500 Scouts and 2,800 THE STAR
adult leaders in 281 units.



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ELECT JOHN MCARTY
GOVERNOR
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final $22,000, and urging any work- yles I adIKS iADOUT
er-who still .has unsolicited cards S
'to-make'his final calls and turn in
results to ,his chairman". "If we do M erchandising, Sell
thts% we.-wil ls'hortly -be over the IV
,,., ...a,_tadded_"'I" ad Thursday, Friday an
n. i ...ud Ike ,to thank those Three Great Days for Merch
many hundreds. of-volunteers who r
have- wound 'up their campaign ef- Dear Friends:
fortsr in suchIgrind .fashion. A ra- -It is said that Cromwell wrote
pid wind up of this effort will 'en- in his Bible: "If I cease to do bet-
table ,he ulf Cosi.t Council to start ter daily I will cease to 'be good".
c.',unrrut:.u onl the-site in May. It So it is, my.friends, in 'doing busi-
is .hoped, to :h a v., 'the camp ready [ness and selling mer:h.-:tadis.e. We
'for occupancy, by the- summer .f 'must not become complacent and
1961. satisfied, or pat ourselves on the
,.We know we .may- have inadver- back for ,the kind of *job we're do-
ttntly missed some individuals in ing. Now and then we hear a busi-
this campaigng, and hope that those nessman say: "I've got all the busi-
,still desiring to contribute will ness I want I'm doing as good
send your contribution to your. lo- a job as I need to do". In this writ-
cal Scout Development Fund Chair- er's .opinion -an attitude like this re-
man or the Gulf Coast Council, 'tards and obstructs progress, hin-
Boy Scouts .of America, 805 North ders improved service, and does
.Spring Street, Pensacola", Rain- nothing to maintain a wholesome
water said. ard frinedly relationship between
The Gulf Coast Council, Boy merchant and customer. Now, we'll
Scouts of- America needs ithe $286,- say 'that business IS good at Boyles.
We're working hard to give you


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DISTRICT 3 VOTE FOR
PARKER G.

HART
It's your 1960 election;
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc
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-
mients on 8th St. Phone 7-5084. 4tp
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house at St. Joe Beach. Phone
7-7521 or see Bill Carver. ;4tp-3-17
FOR RENT: Nice' furnished ap-
artment for couple only. Call Mrs.
Morgan Jones. Phone 7-7641. 4-7
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. .tfc-4-7
FOR RENT: 2 .bedroom house trail-
er. St. Joe Beach. See Kenneth
Creech. Phone 7-3191 or 7-8725. It


FOR SALE: '55 Chevrolet V-8, 2-
door Bel-Air. Auto transmission,
2-tone paint, whitewall tires. Pay
small equity and assume small pay-
ments. $45.13 mo. Shown by ap-
.poi1tment only. -Call W'5456 %and
leave address or phone no. to be
-called. Itp
FOR SALE: Large kerosene circu-
lattag heat aad. Ms-gaL .a'kW and
metal stand. Changing to gaa heat.
W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward Ave.
nue. Phone BAll 7-3041.


FOR SALE
Nice home located on two lots
on Woodward Ave. 3 bedrooms, one
bath, big, living room, big kitchen
and dining room, carport, storage
room and breezeway, hardwood'
floors, 1440 square feet of living
area exclusive of carport and stor-
age room. Can -finance under GI or
FHA.


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FOR SALE: Three bedroom house
on 15th St. Floor furnace, insu-
lated, hardwood floors and other
nice features that must be seen to
appreciate. FHA financing. Only
$350 down plus closing cost. 3t-4A14
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house
of Fourth St. This large home
can be sold for only $7,000.
FOR SALE: Large three .bedroom
house on McClellan. Living rm.
and den, two baths. $10,500.
We can assist you in financing
any of these house. 3tc-4-7
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491
FOR SALE: Horse. Very gentle.
Good for children. $150. Including
saddle 'and bridle. Can 'be seen at
1305 Monument Ave .or call 7-5781
,or 7-3371. tfc-4-14
FOR SALE: Two bedroom bunga-
galow. Extra large carport 'and
storage room, 'breezeway, patio,
lifetime room, hardwood floors,
large living-dining area, large pon-
d eroso pine kitchen, attic fan. 606
Garrison Ave. Phone 7-4211 for ap-
pointment. $14,500.00.


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Snew- hoaesA located on Oyp tees
AvenuEu. Paved streets, curb and
sidewalks, financed under GI only.
Nearly completed.
3 bedroom home located on two
lots on 10th Street.
2 bedroom home at Howard
Creek and all furnishings, $4,750.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house,
corner 10th. and Palm Blvd.
across from Elementary School.
Call or see Bill Cowden, BAll
7-2554.
FOR SALE: Two and three bed-
room house at Mexico Beach.
Call 9-1113. tfe-3-31
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
217 7th St. Gal 7-7846 tor Infor-
mation. 4tc-4-24
FOR SALE: 5 horsepower, 220 volt
General Electric motor. 1800 rpm
full loaded. In good condition. $100.
Or we will horse trade you. See at
The Star. Phone 7-3161.
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 ip motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
WANTED: Cook and waitress. Cat-
alina Restaurant. Mexico Beach.
Phone 9-1113. tfc-3-31
HELP WANTED: Neat and ambi-
tious young man. High school ed-
ucation, age 21 to 30. Auto requir-
ed. Prefer man with military ob-
ligation fulfilled. Contact Union Fi-
nance Company. Ito
AVON COSMETICS Specials now
on powdre, lipstick, 'colognes and
deodorants. Call 7-3014. Mrs. L. Z.
,Hendierson. 14A
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.

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Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
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ITKA*qAY, APRIL $,%1OW


L6YAL OR UR OF MOOe "
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St. Meeting night every
other Monday.
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
POPE FENDLEY, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially Invited
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
l., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing' brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary

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 Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
Legion Hall. All members urged to
attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop


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ministerial student at Southwest-
To Kiwanis Club i l r 11;y auu now a
ern Baptist Seminary. Fort Worth,
John McCarty, candidate for gov- Tex".
ernor spoke briefly to the Port St.
Joe Kiwanli Tuesday on.A Church Crusade
trip through Port St. Joe Tuesday. C us
McCarty cited the recent and 'L Week
present dynamic growth of Flor- IN LUSt IWe K
ida. "This growth means that the
-next Governor, whoever he may be, PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
must be a 'man of vision to0 pre- Sunday School 89
pare 'thestate for greater things." Worship S.ervices '100
McCarty cited the fact that the ----
growth of Florida was tied hand FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
I in hand with transportation and Sunday School 818
stressed the need for making head- Training Union 187
way in providing attractive trans- Worship Services 604
portation laws and provisions in
Florida's 'plans for the future. Oak Grove Assembly of Go(..
McCarty called attention to the Sunday School .246
fact that Florida is a wealthy state lChristian Cadets S5
:with more homes built in Florida Young People 25
precentagewise in the state last Worship Services ---............ 258
year than any other state in the .
union. HIGHLAND VIEW METHODIST
"This type of growth is the kind Sunday. School 51
we must encourage", said McCat- Evening Fellowship 17
ty. "Growth makes opportunity, Worship Services 74
but it also creates problems. We ----
must meet 'those problems." FIRST METHODIST
Guests of the club from the Mc- Sunday School 164
Carty entourage were Doug Silver, M Y F 19
Ft. Pierce; Dick Renner, Miami Worship Services 290


and Frank Hall of Miami. Silas R.
Stone, local McCarty campaign
manager was also a guest. Other'
guests were Jimmie Goodman, Rob-
-bie Costin, Howard McKinnon and
John Simpson.


FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
Sunday School 2s
Worship Services 54


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McCarty Appears

In St. Joe

John McCarty, candidate for
Governor, appeared in Port St. Joe
Tuesday 'at 1:15 making a stump
speech 'tour of Northwest Florida.
McCarty wasted no time in de-
claring that the people of Florida
need a "Governor of the people and
not a politician's governor". Mc-
Carty cited 'his acceptance by'in-
dividuals throughout the -state de-
claring, that ,he -would -be "gover-
nor of the people".
The candidate cited the growth
of- Florida and -new construction
now going on. "All this will mean
problems ,from growing pains. I
feel that my intimate knowledge
of :the workings of the Governor's
office makes me legible to meet
these problmes", said McCarty.
The speaker hit on the traffic
problem throughout the State de-
claring. that it was time that teh
necessary personnel was provided
,to -curb this menace to 'highway
,travel safety.
McCarty -said that 'he believed
the state could have "quality ed-
ucation 'and. substantial teacher
pay increases without an increase
in taxes. He- vowed to hold the ax
line stating 'that the 'tax rate in.
Florida was -now 'high enough to
provide ,the needed services with
the proper management. :
"One of 'the greatest need-s of the
State is a new constitution", said
the candidate. He declared that 'the
present constitution is so outdated
that the amendments how' are more
bulky than the original document.
McCarty -said that "sit downs"
must be eliminated in the state.
He declared 'the merchant's right
to free enterprise under the con-
stitution and that this right should
be 'protected. He declared that it
is "wrong o disrupt the peace of
the state".
McCarty is represented in Port
St. Joe by Silas R. Stone, who
heads up his campaign here.


McCarty Speaks


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Fish Fry Saturday

In Highland View

The Highland View Men's Club
will prepare -a fish supper at the
Gulf County Democratic Rally at
Highland View Saturday afternoon.
The Club is selling -the dinner&a or
_$1.00 a plate to raise funds to -buy
fire-fighting equipment for their
community.
: ---- -.---

Financial Letter

Gives Good Report

Kiplinger's: Florida financial let--
ter ,hag words of -encoturagemehnt
for Port St. Joe this month. The
monthly letter states that housing
demand 'and construction is strong
in Port -St. Joe. One of the few
places in Florida.
The letter stated that Port St.
Joe now has over 1,000 industrial
workers and recognized the growth
of the city in heavy industry. The
letter gave publicity to the 37-foot
harbor, th railroad, fresh water,
advent of natural's- gas, industrial
roads and generally painted a
glowing industrial picturee' or- this
area for manufacturers to sae.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. -and Mrs. Graham Douglas
Ripley of Mexico Beach announce
the birth of a daughter, Michele
Anne at the Port St. Joe Munici-
pal Hospital on April 3.

GARDEN CLUB WILL
MEET THIS AFTERNOON
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
will have a joint meeting -this af-
ternoon at 3:00 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Dudley Vaughn. ..
Mrs. Herbert Brouillette will pre-
-sent a program on color.

Guest of Chafins
Bill Bricker of Albuquerque, ?N.
M., is visiting in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Chafin during the
iEaster holidays. Bill is a gradu-ato
of oBavlor Universitv andI& now a


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