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 Material Information
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 21, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with it
once in awhile-Trade with
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ApclachicoJ-Chattahoochee Valley""Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1960


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JAYCEE OFFICERS. Above is the temporary officers of the Port St. Joe Junior Chamber of Commerce.
They are, left to right: Joe Parrott, director; Ted Cannon, treasurer; Ashley Costin, vice-president;
Dick Lamberson, director; Wade Barrier, director; Harry Tison, director; Wels.ey R. Ramsey, secre-
tary; R. H.. (Bob) El .ey, president and John P. Howard, director. (Star photo)


M t s T erend Gardner Underhill will was concluded Easter, however our
; preach. campaign is continuing.
Special _,,, S,. y .- ,ope to see,' y ou tre.
Spec "al""" 'n....The morning service will feature 'oets""'h'
special music with a special po-st
There will be special services atresurrection message. "The Unre- Week End Visitor
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day, April 24. ognized Christ" is the sermon W. L. Smith spent last week end
There will be a visiting minister i H visiting hiso parents, Mr. and Mrs.
for the afternoon service. The Rev-1 It is true the Attendance Crusade HW. L. Smith, Sr.


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BREAKING GROUND-Members of the Highland View Baptist Church are shown above on the church
property last Sunday preparatory to breaking ground for a new modern block church building. The
church's building burned two months -ago. Members will start to work immediately on the erection of
a new building. (Photo by LYNART Studio)


Cub Troop 47 H dAnnua Field Day Saturday;

Many oysParticipate In Several Track Contests

Cub Scout Troop 47 held its an- Smith. Relay Race
nual field day last Saturday after- Running High Jump Winning team: Joe Hendrix,
noon with about 35 .boys paricipat- First place, Jim F.ensom; second Knapp Smith, Jim Fensom and
ing in the several track events, place, Bobby Ellzey; third place, Ed Scisson.
Winners in the event will go to Jerry Nichols and fourth place, Three-Legged Race
the district Cub Scout track meeL Freddy Anderson. First 'place, Freddy Anderson
in Panama City next Saturday, A.)- 35-Yard Dash and Ed Scisson; second place,
ril 30. Competition was hot for the First 'place, Bobby Ellzey; sec- Knapp Smith and Jerry Nichols;
several events and each was a hard ond place, Joe Hendrix; third third place, Bobby Ellzey and Mike
fought affair with all winners hard-' i... :. Ed Scisson and fourth place Martin.
pressed to take their honors. Jim Fensom. Wheelbarrow Race
Winners in the several events 75-Yard Dash First place, Joe Hendrix and Jim
were as follows: First place, Ed Scisson; second Fensom; second place, David Masl-
Running High Jump place, Bobby Ellzey -and third dox and Eddie McFarland; third
First, Bo'bby Ellzey; second, Jim place, Mike Martin 'and David place, Marc Bradley and Jerry
Fensom; third, Jerry Nichols 'and Ewing. Nichols, and Glenn Nelson and Ran-
fourth, Ed Scisson. Sack Race -dy Collins.
Standing Broad Jump First ,place, Freddy Anderson; Officials at the race were B. B.
First place, Bobby Ellzey; see- ,,second "place, Ed Scisson; third Scisson, Paul Fensom, Ed Frank
ond place, Joe Hendrix and Ed 'place, Bobby Ellzey 'and fourth McFarland and Kay Clark. Mrs. E.
Scisson an. -third place, Knapp place, David Ewing. 0. Bradley kept the statistics on
the meeting.
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CUB SCOUT FIELD MEET PARTICIPANTS: Front row, left to right, Larry McFarland, David Maddox,
Randy Colins, Bill Hendrix, Marc Bradley, Mike Clark, Bobby Ellzey, Joe Hendrix, Jim Fensom and
Mike Martin. Back row, left to right: Knapp Smith, Eddie McFarland, David Ewing, Jerry Nichols,
Glenn Nelson, Ed Scisson and Freddie Anderson. (Star photo)


A Commission of Florida Presby- I
tory will install the Rev. Boyd B. F i
Ulnderwood as pastor of the Pres- LJt C
byterian Church, Port St. Joe, this
Sunday evening, April 24 at 7:30
p.m. Mr. Underwood has been on
the field since early February -and Margaret Evans, 96
was received into the Presbytery a E
at its Spring meeting at Red Bay Passes Away Monday
earlier this month.
The Commission is composed .of Miss Margaret M. Evans, 96,
the following: Rev. WV. D. Stewart, passed away here in Port St. Joe
Westminster Presbyterian Church, at the home of her neice, Mrs. R.
Tallahassee, will preside and pro- H. McIntosh Monday at 8:00 p.m.
pound the constitutional questions; She had been living here for the
Rev. Richard Scoggins, Wallace past 18 years.
Memorial Presbyterian Church, The body was taken to Ander-
Panama City, will preach the ser- son, South Carolina for funeral
mon; Dr. L. Ross Lynn, retired services Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.
President of Thornwell Orphanage, iRev. J. Claude Evans, a nephew of
Clinton, S. C., will charge the min- the deceased and a Chaplain at
sister; Ruling Elder Bill Ingleson, SMU in Dallas, Texas., officiated at
Wallace Mem orial Presbyterian the funeral services. Interment was
Church, Panama City, will charge in .the family plot in Anderson,
the congregation; and, Ruling El- S. C.
der Henry A. Camp'bell, Presbyter- Miss Anderson is survived by
ian Church, Port St. Joe, will corn- one brother, Belton. Evans, Ander-
piete the Commission. son, S. C., a neice, Mrs. R. H. M.C-
The public is cordially invited to Intosh and other neices and ne-
attend this service of installation phews.
and to welcome Mr. Underwood Comforter Funeral Home was in
into the religious life -of the county. charge of local arrangements.


y: Baseball Leagues Get Ready To

Begin 1960 Season Next Week


Last Monday night the Babe
League held player selections to
fill rosters for the 1960 season
which begins play on May 5. Teams
and new players selected are as
follows:
Citizens Federal, Bascom Hamm,
manager: Wally Dodson, William
Hall, Douglas Halman, Philip Iv-
ey. Leslie Nichols, John Story and
Charles, Zimmerman.
Landco's, Joe Fortner, manager:
Lon!'m.e Bell, Grady Butts, Ricky
Godfrey, Norton Kilbourn, John-
''i0 ..ogers and Mike White.
Lions, Harry Tison, manager:
Jimmy Burns, Michael Carbonneau,
Howard Davis, Jimmy Dozier, John
Kimbrel, David Porter, Don nie L.
Smith and James Todd.
Tomlinson's Gulf, Joe Adams,
manager: Wayne Bryant, James
Norris, Harburt Smith and James
T. Smith.
Some team rosters are not com-
plete as this goes 'to press, so if
you have not signed up for the
Babe Ruth League, please contact
the player agent, C. W. Robbins
at 1017 Marvin Avenue or call BA
7-5681 'after 5:00 p.m.


SoftballLeague

In Second Week


Port St. Joe's Little Boy's Base-
ball League will begin play on
Monday of next week. The sche.
duled games will run through July
1 with 10 games 'to ibe played each
week. Each league will play (ni'-
games each week, Monday through
Friday.
All games will be afternoon
games until school is out. Games,
will start at 5:00 p.m. each eve-
ning.
Games to be played next week.
are as follows:
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Monday, Boxers and Gator:
Tuesday, Dozers and Sockys. Wed-
nesday, Gators and Hard Starr.
Thursday, Sockeys 'and Boxers.
Friday, Hard Stars and Dozers.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Monday, Sharks and Kraftles.
Tuesday, Rotary and Ford-Pontiac.
Wednesday, IGA. and Shark s.
Thursday, Krafties and Rotary.
Friday, Ford-Pontiac and IGA.
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Youth Injured In

Auto Wreck Saturday

A Highland View youth was ad-
mitted to the Port St. Joe Munici-


pal Hospital late Saturday night
with injuries suffered when he lost
control of his vehicle traveling at
a hioi, ,rate of&Ded, acco rdAng i Tn


Second week action in the Port 'he Florida Highway Patrol.
St. Joe Men's Softball League saw William S. Skipper, 19, of High-
the Lions Club jump into the land View suffered bruises and la-
,league lead ;by taking two games cerations when his car left the
Saturday afternoon from Woo'- highway and turned over into a
ford's Standard Station -and by ditch, 'according to the FHP.
stopping Vitro Red Monday night. Damage to .the 1954 model auto-.
Here's what 'the action looked mobile was estimated at $700.
like this past week. According to the report, the acci-
Last Friday evening the Box dent occurred at 11:45 -p.m. just
Plant defeated Vi,,ro .Red in the west of Mexico Beach. Skipper was
first game. Sammy's Auto stopper the only occupant of the car.
Vitro Blue in .the second game. On He was taken to the hospital by
Saturday, the Lions Club defeated, a Comforter Funeral Home ambu-
Woolford's StandaFrd Station, 7-0 lance.
in the first game of the double
header. In 'the second game the aerris g
Lion's Club won 5-4. On Monday F
night the Lions Club defeated Vit-
ro Red 12-6 and in the second game Stur ps St. Joe
Woolword's defeated Vitro Blue
9-6. Farris Bryant, r.andida te for
Here are the League standings Governor spoke in Port St. Joe at
as of this date. 11:30 a.m. Saturday, telling his lis-
Team W L teners, "It's not just integration,
Lions Club 4 1 it's a battle for men's minds."
Sammy's Auto Repair --_-3 1 He said Washington .bureaucrats
Box Plant 3 1 are trying to weaken state gov-
Vitro Red 2 3 ernment.
Woolford's 2 3 "If they'll leave us alone, we
Vitro Blue 0 5 will work out our problems our-
On Friday evening the Lions selves," he said.
Club and Vitro Red will play the "So long as we have 50 strong
first game of& ., double header. states we need never fear a dicta-
Woolford's will meet Vitro Blue in .tcrship in America," Bryant contin-
the second game. First games start ued.
at 7:30. On Saturday afternoon the "I will not .become governor of
Box Plant and Sammy's Auto Re- Florida to preside over the disso-
pair will 'play a double header lution of the powers of this sover-
starting at 2:30. e;gn state."
------- Bryant said more federal aid to
Visit for Easter schools will only bring more fed-
Richard Zipperer and Jimmy cral interference.
Adams, who are attendeding school "It will .be far less expensive if
at Tallahassee. visited their par- we continue to raise the money
enats during the Easter week end. jfor the schools ourselves," he said.


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Local Delegation Present Support

Evidence To FPC for Houston Corp.

Cecil G. Costin, Jr., and Benjamin H. Dickens-representing the St.
Joe Natural Gas Company and R. H. Ellzey representing !the City of
Port St. Joe appeared before the Federal Power Commission in Wash-
ington, D. C., Monday and Tuesday of this week .to intervene on behalf
of the Houston Texas Natural Gas Company. The Houston Company


is seeking the permission of the
line to Port St. Joe and Michigan


SBPW To Sponsor

Quartet Program

I The Port St Joe Business and
Professional Women's Club is
sponsoring an "appearance of the
Florida Boys Quartet of Pensacola
in Port St. Joe on Tuesday, May
10.
The program of quartet music

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Elementary School Auditorium at
8:00 p.m. Tickets are $1.00 and 50c
and may be obtained from any
member of the BPW.
Funds derivedd from the program
will go to 1i.:-lp underprivileged
children of this area.
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Results4u,

Drive Is Told

Mrs. William Wager has announc-
ed that the results of the house-to-
house Cancer Drive in the Port St.
Joe .area was $787.86. This includes
collections from Port St. Joe, Oak
Grove, Kenney's Mill, White City,
Simmons' Bayou and St. Joe Beach.
Wewahitchka, whose house-to-
house chairman was Mrs. Harold
Canning, has also had a most suc-
cessful drive.
Mrs. Wager has asked The Star
to express her appreciation to the


many workers who volunteered
their time for this worthy cause.
Gulf County has made ,two
"firsts" in the state this year in
the Cancer campaign. The high
school received the first "TAC
Club Charter". This is an organiza-
tion made up of teenagers united
against cancer. Gulf County is also
the first county in Florida to
reach .their quota in the April cru-
eade.


To Visit In Alabama
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Player will
Visit with Mrs. Player's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones in Jack-
son, Ala., this week end.


FPC ito run a natural gas supply
Chemical Company.
A request was made Tuesday for
a temporary permit to construct a
,gas line to Port St. Joe to serve the
Michigan Chemical Company. The
Michigan Company is interested in
securing the gas service for their
manufacturing plant here. Accord-
ing to Costin, this temporary per-
mit has a good chance of being ap-
proved and with its subsequent ap-
proval the permanent approval of
a permit for Houston to furnish
the Port St. Joe area with natural
gas would then be only a routine
matter. Costin said that if the tem-
porary approval is given (a deci-
sion is expected on this approval
either this week or early next
week) then natural gas will 'be
available to Port St. Joe by the
end of the year.
Costin said that construction of
a gas transmission line to Port St.
Joe would begin immediately upon
approval. He also stated that the
St. Joe Natural Gas Company will
begin construction of a local dis-
tribution system upon approval of
the FPC for the gas supply line.
Costin said that while several
applications before the FPG for
Florida expansion projects had met
opposition from various fuel inter-
ests, Port St. Joe's application na
behalf 'of Houston Company was
not contested.
Costin stated that immediately
upon approval of the FPC for the
gas line stock in the local St. Joe
Natural Gas Company would go on
sale. The price, according to Coa-
tin, would .be $1.00 per share-the
same price subscribed 'by the pres-
ent stockholders, J Lamar Miller,
Costin and Ben Dickens.
The local concern has expressed
a desire to sell as much of their
stock to Port St. Joe people as js
possible.
Costin said that the line coming
;to Port St. Joe would be adequate
to take care of considerable growth
both for industrial and private con-
sumers.

12 Forest Fires Reported
Already This Year
The Gulf County Forest Service
reports that so far in 1960 there
have been 12 forest fires in Gul
county, burning 115.9. acres. During
the same period last year thera
were 11 fires that 'burned 97.5
acres. This is an increase of one
fire and 18.4 acres burned over the
.same period for 1959.
The Forestry Service says that
all -of these fires but one were due
to carelessness. Ranger Alton Har-
dy urges that care be taken in the
woods to avoid this needless waste
of our natural resources.


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here in Port St. Joe last Saturday morning. Approximately 400
people were on hand to hear .the gubernatorial candidate speak,


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Circle 1 HI lds MeeHtng Mos n ungron

Mrs. Farris Bryant To Be Honored With Circi e our te First Baist Hostess To Circle Circle Meets
Church met Monday .afternoon in -
Tea In Port St. Joe Tuesday, April 26 the home of Mrs. W. M. Chain at Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr., was host- The Young Matron's Circle of1
3:00 p.m. with five members pres- ess .to Circle One of the First Bap- The First Baptist Church met at
ent. Circle chairman, Mrs. H. F. tist Church when they met this *the home of Mrs. John Rich Mon-
Mrsn Farris Bryant, wife of gu- Ayers presided at the -meeting. week. day of this week. The meeting was
ernatoril, candidate Farris Bry- The devotional was brought by called to order by Mrs. Ann Whit-
ant,- wil:.,be honored at an infor- Mrs. W. M. Chain. The scripture Mrs. W. J. Daughtry opened the tie. Mrs. Rich gave the devotional
:nal coffee in Port St. Joe *at the was taken from Psalms 127:1. The meeting and turned the program and "The Lord's Prayer" was re-
bome of Mrs. W. T. Mosely, Jr., theme of the program was "Ex- over to Mrs. Jake Nichols who pre-'peated by the group. Mrs. Lou Tay-
at 1103 Constitution Drive, be- icept the Lord Build A House, They sented a very interesting program then read the minutes and took
teen the hours of 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Labor In Vain That Build It". The entitled, "The Home Missionary". the offering. The record sheets
on Tuesday, April 26. program was ,brought from the Good reports were given by all were passe dout to the members
Julia Bryant attended public Royal Service magazine on "Edu- chairmen and Mrs Saunders Smith and killed out.
schools in Madionand graduated eating Youth In Missions" Those closed the meeting with prayer. The meeting was turned back to
schools orida S tate University. She on the program were: Mrs. W. M. Mrs. Cost served delicious re-Mrs. Whittle who took ,up new and
romate r taught school in Tallahassee Chafin, Mrs. C. A. McClellan, Mrs. freshments to 'the eleven members old business. Mrs. Jadine Ellis
later taught school in Tallahassee H. F. Ayers, Mrs. J. F. Daniell, and one visitor, Mrs. Alice Bowen. gave the closing prayer and the
until her marriage to Farris in and Mrs. W. I. Carden. Mrs. C.A. meeting was adjourned. There was
1940. She is the mother of three' and Mrs. W. I. Garden. Mrs. CA.- meeting was adjourned. There was,
dau1940. She is McClellan dismissed the meeting Home for Holidays one visitor present, Mrs. Mary Ste-
Everyone is cordially invited to with -prayer. Tony Barbee and Alex Gaillard, venson.
the coffee honoring Mrs. Bryant, Those present enjoyed a social both students at the University of
and a special invitation is extend- .......... hour after the meeting at which Florida, Gainesville, -spent the
ed to those ladies in Wewahitch- the hostess served delicious re- Easter week end here with their' L ng Avenue
ka and surrounding communities. MRS. FARRIS BRYANT Ifreshments. parent&. ircle Meetings
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GARDEN CLUB PROGRAM: Mrs.
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Circle Number One of the Long
Avenue Baptist Woman's Mission- Azalea and Gladiolu
ary Society met in the home of Mrs.
H. L. Ford at 9:30 A.M. Wednesday
morning with eight members and Garden Club Hold C
one visitor present
The Royal Service program, The Azalea and Gladiolus Circles
"More Than A Name" on Baptist T A an G Circle
"More Than A Name" on Baptisit of the Port St. Joe Garden Club
work in Europe was presented by met at the home of Mrs. Dudley
Mrs. J. O. Lucas, Mrs. Joe Ferrell, et at the home of Mrs. Dudley
Mrs. Ralph Ward, Mrs. Durrell Vaughn on Thursday afternoon,
s, r MApril 14. Eighteen members and
Sykes, Ms. T. J. Braxton, Mrs. M. two .guests were present. Mrs. Gor-
The meeting was closed with don Thomas, chairman of the Aza-
The meeting was closed wished. hostesses wee
prayer by Mrs. Frerell. The next lea Circle presided. Hostess were
meeting will be in May at the home '
of Mrs. Lucas. prayer. There were six members
---- and two visitors present. Visitors
Circle Number Four met Tues- of the circle were Mrs. L. E. Voss
day evening with Mrs. J. D. Gri- and Mrs. T. T. Boone.
ner. The meeting was opened 'by
Circle -chairman, Mrs. N. G. Mar-
tin. Taking part on the program, Circle Six met Monday evening
"More Than A Name" were Mrs. at the home of Mrs. Tom Ford. An
Lamar Hill, Mrs. Kenneth Bate- interesting program was presented
man, Mrs. N. G. Martin, Mrs. James by Mrs. David J.enk.rs, program
Traweek, Mrs. Fred Perry, Mrs. chairman After a short business
Billy Barlow and Mrs. Griner. session, the meeting was closed
with prayer by -Mrs. Durel Brig-


Herbert Brouillette explains the
Garden Club last Thursday.

is Circles of

combined Meeting

from the Gladiolus Circle: Mrs.
Dudley Vaughn and Mrs. Fred Mad-
dox. From the Azalea Circle, Mrs.
Ralph Nance -and Mrs. J. C. Ar-
oogast.
The -subject of the program, "Co-
lor in Flower Arrangement", was
ably presented by Mrs. Herbert
Brouillette. She discussed the ori-
gin of color theories, physical and
emotional effect of color, how col-
or is used in advertising, dress de-
sign and many other fields and the
particular application of color to
make harmonious arrangements of
flowers for the home. Her talk
w,-s illustrated by color charts
end color prints of flower paintings
by famous artists of several per-
iods. She also discussed the use
of color in landscape design. Plant-
ings around the home act as a


Mrs. Frank Pool was hostess to man, visiting WMU president, frame and should enhance the beau-
Circle Five Tuesday .evening. Mrs. 'Present were Miss Alma Baggett, ty of 'the building and present a
J1. D. Clark, program chairman, pre- Mrs. B. A. Collier, Mrs. Tom Ford, beautiful picture to those who pass
sented the program, "The Mission- Mrs. Russell Goolsby, Mrs. Cecil by. Colors to use 'are determined
ary Home." Harrison, Mrs. David Jenkins. Mis. by *the color of 'the house, that of
During the ,business meeting Danny Maddox, Mrs. Charles Mar- adjoining houses and the amount
members were urged to remember shall, Mrs. Tony Peterman, Mrs. of sun and shade.
revival services April 17-23. Mrs. Farris Tarantino, Mrs. .Kenneth Refreshments were -served by the
Clark closed the meeting with Tyler and Mrs. Brigman. hostesses.


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THE STAR. Port 6t. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1960
Chemical Trade Mag Plugs



Don't Throw Away St. Joe's Growing Industry
Your Old Furniture


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your faded, torn and worn
furniture

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-Growing chemical operations are chemical processing complex there
reviving a Florida city once wiped soon *to be joined by a fifth plant
out by yellow fever and a tidal says the American Chemical Su
wave, says this week's "Chemical ciety weekly, has roused the towi
,and Engineering News". from what historians said would b
The town is Port St. Joe, a Gulf an "everlasting commercial .sleep.'
Coast port about 100 miles south- Lying on a deep water harbor
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e an 1838 convention which drafted
, Florida's first constitution. At that
time, a rosy future seemed in store
for the area.
But a few years later catastrophe
" struck. Yellow fever and a tidal
wave in 1843 wiped out the city,
f then called St. Joseph. The city
seemed permanently finished *as a
commercial center.
But things are changed now,
thanks to chemical progress. A re-
juvenated city .boasts of growing
I assets-$21 million in completed
and planned chemical construction
in the past three years alone.
Over the past decade, "Chemical
and Engineering News" reports,
population and .bank deposits have
more than doubled. The harbor is
being deepened to handle addition-
.al ships attracted by the new in-
dustrial complex.
Daddy of the complex, as the
chemical weekly terms it, is ithe
St. Joe Paper Co. This firm .start-
ed .operations in 1938. Today the,
capacity of its kraft paper mill is
rated at 1,300 tons of jinerboard
and corrugating medium a day.
The mill -processes 600,000 cord's
of pulpwood a year.
Drawn .by the presence of the
paper .company, and especially its
chemical by-products, three firms
--Michigan Chemical Corporation,
the Glidden Co., and Allied Chemi-
cal Corp.-have come in with
plants in the past three years. The
fifth plant will be put up by a .new
firm, Florida Gulf Fibre Co.
First to follow St. Joe Paper into
the area was Glidden. Its chemicals
division now rTuns a $4-million
-plant to make refined tall oil, ro-
sin, pitch and other chemicals. Tall
oil itself is used to make such
chemical products as ,soaps and
fatty acids.
In 1957, Allied's General Chemi-
cal division entered the scene with
an aluminum sulfate plant. This
plant supplies alum to St. Joe Pa-
per and other paper companies in


AIRMAN DAVID H. MIMS


David H. Mims Finishes
First Phase of Training

LACKLAND AFB, TEXAS-Air-
man David H. Mims, son of Mrs.
Johnnie L. Mims .of Port St. Joe,
has completed his initial course in
Air Force basic .military training
hcre. He has been selected to at-
tend Ithe technical ,training course
for Munitions and Weapons Main-
tenance at Lowry AFB, Colo.
Airman Mims -attended Port St.
Joe High School prior to his enlist-
ment in .the Air Force.
Basic airmen at Lackland are se-
lected for specialized training at
technical schools on the basis of
their interests 'and aptitudes. They
are reassigned to ithe school after
five weeks ,of ,basic training. At the
technical schools 'they are given
additional military .training along
with the technical instructions.
Upon completion of special tech-
nical training at an Air Force Tech-
rical Training Center, airmen are
,assigned to operational units 'of
the USAF Aerospace Force.


Mexico Beach WSCS

Meets With Mrs. Elliott

The WSCS of the First Metho-
dist Church of Mexico Beach met
Wednesday, April 6 at 7:30 in the
home of Mrs. Don Elliott.
Mrs. W. 0. Cathey, Jr., president,
,opened the meeting with a prayer.


Florida and Alabama. Alum is used Port St. Joe holds for new indus-
in the process of "sizing" paper to tries, "Chemical and Engineering


close its pores and provide a smoo-
ther surface.
Michigan Chemical chose Port
St. Joe as site for its plant to
make magnesium oxide from sea-
water, because the local bay pro-
vided clean seawater undiluted by
fresh water runoff. The $5-million
plant went into 'operation late last
year, with a design capacity of 125
tons of oxide -a day. Oyster shells
provide one of its chief raw ma-
terials. They are burned to form
quicklime, which supplies oxygen
for the magnesium oxide.
Inland canals and deepwater
(transport facilities are other lures


News" points out. And a lateral
pipeline soon will link the city to
natural gas supplies being piped
,from Louisiana to Miami.
S'um of all this 'activity, says
"Chemical and Engineering News"
is a new industrial center for Flor-
ida, one in which chemical process
industries ,play a major role. Local
residents are talking of new depart-
ment stores, houses and other fa-
cilities for an expanding popula-
tion. And they look for still further
industrial growth where Industry
once was considered a total loss.


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1 Reports were given by Mrs. John
Casitleberry, treasurer and Mrs.
James Chewning, secretary. A re-
port was also given by Mrs. Ca-
they, Sr., on our love -offering.
Cards were sent to five people dur-
ing their recent illnesses.
Mrs. Castleberry and Mrs. Ca-
they, Jr., gave a report of the
WSCS district conference to which
they were delegates.
Mrs. Edward Gould, vice presi-
dent, was in charge of the worship
program. The subject was "Town
and Country" and she was assisted
by Mrs. Barney Early- and Mrs.
George Holland.
Since the WSCS was organized
only a few months ago it was una-
nimously voted to re-elect present
officers which are as follows:
president, Mrs. W. 0. Cathey, Jr.;
vice-president, Mrs. Edward Gould;


C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor


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Farris Bryant more honors for outstanding
contributions to our state and nation than
any other man in Florida.
Here are just a few:
He received the "National Distinguished
Service Award" from th.e U.S. Junior
Chamber of Commerce in 1948.
In 1948 and again in 1950 he was
named one of Florida's Five Outstanding
Young Men by the Florida Junior Chamber


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of Commerce. He is the only man to
receive this honor more than once.
!n 1949, 1953 and 1955 he was named
Most Outstanding Member of the Florida
House of Representatives in a poll of
newspaper editors and writers.
He was cited for "Outstanding Service"
to the State and the University by the
University of Florida in 1953. He was
named by members of the Legislature in
secret balloting as:


1947 "First Termer With Most Promise" PLUS
"Member of Most Effective 3-Man Delegation"
1949 "Most Valuable All-Around Member of House"
PLUS "Most Outstanding House Member in
Committee"
1951 "Most Valuable All-Around Member of House"
PLUS "Member of Most Effective 3-Man
Delegation"
1953 "Most Valuable All-Around Member of House"
PLUS "Member of Most Effective 3-Man
Delegation"
1955 "Most Valuable Member of Legislature" PLUS
"Most Effective House Debater."
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secretary, Mrs. larezs Ct4*itihg
treasurer, Mrs. John Castleberry.
The meeting closed with the
singing of "There's A Church Near
the Water Midst the Pine Trees",
a parody written by Mrs. Cathey,
Jr., to the tune of "The Church in
the Wildwood."
Delicious refreshments were ser-
ved by the hostess.
The nent meeting on May 4, will
be held at .the church. It will be a
candlelight dedication service. Mrs.
George Holland and Mrs. Barney
Early will ,be hostesses during the
social that will follow.


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POLITICAL AbVERtTISING


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

VOTE FOR
THEODORE (Ted)

CUMBIE
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER, DIST. 1
I am a candidate for election to
the Board of County Commission-
ers from District Number 1.
I have lived in Gulf County for
the past 30 years and was born
In Calhoun County, when Gulf was
stlll a part of it.
I feel like I am qualified for this
office. If elected to this important
office, I will strive to serve the
people of the county as a whole.
Thanking you for your vote and
support, I am
THEODORE (TED) CUMBIE


VOTE FOR
E. TOM PRIDGEON, Sr.
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
I have been a resident- of Gulf
County for 30 years. During a great
aeal of that time, I have observed
closely the operations of the sher-
iff's office. I therefore believe I
can serve the people well as their
sheriff and will make a sup erne
effort to give the people of the
county the most efficient law en-
forcement office the county has
ever had, If I am elected.
I believe, too, that the county
needs the services of a traine!i in-
vestigator, a need I will endeavorr
to supply, if the people .elect me
to this vital office.
E. TOM PRIDGEON, SR.


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.)


RE-ELECT VOTE and ELECT
RE-ELECT
G. S. CROXTON L. WOOD
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
My humble thanks to you for District Number 3
ejecting me to this present term of
,i nce as your County Commission- I have been a citizen of Port St.
rt from District No. 3. If you re-.Joe for 34 years. I would sincerely
turn me for a second term, I will appreciate your vote and support.
continue to work for your welfare : sincerely believe that I can make
and for progress and advancement you as good a County Commission-
in our county. Again, I will apprec- er as you have ever had because 1
late your vote and your support, can devote my full time to the
G. S. (Jack) CROXTON job. I thank you.
(Paid Political Advertisement L. WOOD -


RE-E LE CT

BYRD E PARKER
SHERIFF
It has been a pleasure to serve
as your Sheriff in the past, and
if elected again, I will continue
to work to make the office more
efficient. Just remember this of-
fice is Just as near as your tele-
phone through our efficient radio
system, for there is always a
county patrol car near you.
Thanks,
BYRD E. PARKER
SHERIFF
(Paid Political Adv.)

Vote for and Elect
LEO KENNEDY
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 5
It has been predicted by experts
in the field of economy that the
next ten years would be the great-
est trend upward in the history of
the United States. Gulf County will
see some of this growth, industry
will move into Gulf County and
the demand upon the county gov-
ernment will be greater than ever.
I believe you will need careful
planning in a business like manner
in county government. That's why
I offer you my experience as a
businessman for a progressive
Gulf County.
LEO KENNEDY
"The People's Choice"


VOTE FOR
JESSE ANDERSON
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 5
An Honest and Sincere Effort
For Good Government
Your Vote Will Be Greatly
Appreciated


VI otfEt
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 a 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
good job, a conscientious job, a
Job I believe will satisfy you.
I ask for your vote and your sup-
port.
T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT
(Paid Political Advertisement)


RE-ELECT
GEORGE W. COOPER
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER FROM
FROM DISTRICT NO. 5
My record as county commission-
Er for the past seven years will
show that I have conducted myself
ip office with honesty, sincerity,
efficiency, always bearing in mind
that the Interests of the people
came first.
Being well aware that I am a
servant of the people, I have made
every effort to serve the people
well, and with honor. If re-elected,
my humble promise is that I will
continue to serve the people to the
best of my avility. ,
I have found great pleasure and
satisfaction in public service; there-
fore, I am seeking re-election to
this Important office. So I ask for
your continued loyal support and
I ask for your vote.
GEORGE W. COOPER
(Paid Political Advertisement)


fs-ECT
A. J. STRICKLAND
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONER FROM
DISTRICT NO. 1
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-
tiously, thoughtfully, fairly, straight
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.
A. J. STRICKLAND
(Paid Political Advertisement)


ELECT

Cecil G.

Costin, Jr.
~,,Sf


you
STAI
REPRE
TATI

Experic
I feel th
ber of the
good reco
which I ii
was for t
people of
I respei
tinued vol
past record


SA PLE BALLOT


JUDICIAL
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Group No. 1
(Vote for one)

CHARLES J. BODNER ___

GLENN TERRELL 1



JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT
OF APPEAL
First Appellate District
(Vote for one)

0. ROBERT BELL I

RONALD K. CARROLL



STATE
GOVERNOR
(Vote for one)

HARVIE J. BELSER

FARRIS BRYANT

HAYDON BURNS

DOYLE E. CARLTON, JR.

THOMAS E. (TED) DAVID

FRED 0. (BUD) DICKINSON

GEORGE A. DOWNS

BILL HENDRIX

JOHN M. McCARTY

JIM McCORVEY



SECRETARY OF STATE
(Vote for one)

TOM ADAMS

E. V. "GENE" FISHER

THOMAS S. FOUTS

ED HORNSBY

ANGUS LAIRD

J, L. (MAC) McMULLEN

N. D. WAINWRIGHT

JESS YARBOROUGH


COMPTROLLER
(Vote for one)

RAY E. GREEN

J. L. LEE



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
(Vote for one)

S. BENSON BERGER

LORAN V. CARLTON

DOYLE CONNOR I

W. R. "BUSTER" HANCOCK

CHARLIE RACE

CAREY REAMS



STATE TREASURER

(Vote for one)

AL CAHILL I

ERNEST E. COLLINS

J. EDWIN LARSON

WILLIAM 0. MURRELL, JR.



RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIES
COMMISSIONER

(Vote for one)

HARRY M. ARKUS

JIM BLANTON

EDWIN LEE "ED" MASON



LEGISLATIVE
STATE SENATOR
Twenty-Fifth Senatorial District

(Vote for one)

DEMPSEY J. BARRON

CARL R. GRAY

J. R. (JIM) HANSFORD |

J. B. LAHAN



STATE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

(Vote for one)

CECIL G. COSTIN, JR.

BEN C. WILLIAMS
I


COUNTY
SHERIFF
(Vote for one)

J. L. (Big Jim) GODWIN

BYRD E. PARKER

E. TOM PRIDGEON, SR.



COUNTY COMMISSION
District No. 1
(Vote for one)

THEODORE (TED) CUMBIE

W. C. ROCHE

A. J. STRICKLAND



COUNTY COMMISSION
District No. 3
(Vote for one)

G. S. CROXTON

PARKER G. HART

C. W. LONG

T. D. (DOC) WHITFIELD

L. WOOD



COUNTY COMMISSIC
District No. 5
(Vote for one)

JESSE ANDERSON

GEORGE W. COOPER

LEO KENNEDY

T. 0. (TATER) POITEVINT


THE STAR, Port St. loe, Florica

VOTE FOR
C. W. LONG
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 3
I feel that my- experience quali-
fies me for the office. If elected I
will treat it as -ny own business.
I would like to- be your commis-
sioner, and can giv6 the office all
the necessary attention.
imaW ver..-a- SH- -. f.-


For Commissioner
DISTRICT 3 VOTE FOR
BA G*

Hil- A
It's your 1960 election;
Come out and do your part.
Make a vote for your
protection,
With a Vote for Parker Hart
Subject to May 3 Democratic
Primary
(Paid Political Adv.)
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TE County Commission
7SEN- --- -
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
VE APRIL 12, 1960
The Board of County Commis-
enced Capable sioners -of Gulf County, Florida,
Sa met this, date in regular session
at mLegislature has been a with the following members pres-
L legislature has been a ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman,
ord cd he legislation Coleman W. Tharpe, A. J. Strick-
he best interest uppof the land, G. S. Croxton and George W.
Gulf County. Cooper. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attor-
utfully solicit your con- ey, Roa dSuperintendent, Mosqui.
te and support upon my to Control Superisor and Engineer
rd. j were also present. The meeting
came to order a' 9:00 a.m.
Sincerely, Rev. G., T. Hinton opened the
CECIL G. OOSTIN, JR. ,meeting with prayer.
The minutes of March 8 and 22
were read, approved and adopted.
Dr. H. I. Langston, Director of
1the Gulf County :-i, ii.' Depart-
ment appeared before the Board
for the purpose of discussing the
Hospital Program for the Medical
Indigent, a cooperative program
between the State Board of Health
and the County. He explained the
program in detail, afte which he
answered questions directed to him
from the Board.
Mrs. Pearl Brown said that she
was very interested in this program
because of her work with the Gulf
County Cancer Society; that she
I | sees an urgent need for Gulf Coun-
I ty to enter into the program of
hospital .service for the indigent
and urged the Board to do what-
ever necessary to set up this pro-
gram.
Mrs. Edna Rowell .of the Bay
County Clancre Society told the
Board how successful this program
is .operating in Bay County.
After 'a lengthy -discussion, the
ONER Chairman requested Mrs. Brown to
arrange a meeting with all of the
Gulf County doctors and other in-
terested citizens for the purpose of
determining whether or not the
hospital service program should be
included in the next budget. Mrs.
Brown agreed to set up this meet-
uing and notify the Board as to the
I I date and time.
G. 0. House, Farm Forester, Chi-
pola Woodland Management Pro-


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ject has ,been approved before the
Board to announce that the new
Gulf-Bay project has 'bene approved
and will be effective October 1,
1960. Whereupon, there was a mo-
tion by Commissioner Tharpe, sec-
ooded by Commissioner Cooper
,and unanimously carried that the
Board execute the contract neces-
.sary to put this program into ef-
fect.
A plat of Riverside Park was
presented for filing but was not
accepted because of minor ommis-
sions.
Commissioner Croxton told the
Board that the Highland View
Men's Club is sponsoring a public
play ground in the Highland View
area, .but before the necessary land
can be made available for this pur-
pose, the land owners require a
resolution from the Board endors-
'ing such program. After discussion,
the following resolution was of-
fered by Commissioner Croxton,
seconded by Commissioner Coop-
er and duly adopted, to-wit:
WHEREAS, it is necessary for
the orderly development of the
community of Highland View in
Gulf county to provide a play
ground for organized youth activi-
ties and summer recreation, and
WHEREAS, the only suitable
land for such purposes is owned
by the St. Joseph Land and Devel-
opment Company.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RE-
SOLVED by the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County,
Florida, that said Board of County
Commissioners 'endorse the play
ground in Highland View sponsor-
ed by the Highland View Mens
Club, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that the Board of County Commis-
sioners request the St. Joe Land
and Development Company to
lease an appropriate parcel of land
to .be used as a community play
ground to the Highland View Mens
C0ub, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that the Board of County Commis-
sioners, commend the Highland
View Men's Club for its public apir-
it- and fine work in sponsoring a
youth recreation area in the com-
munity.
Adopted this 12th day of April,
A. D. 1960. (END)
The Board directed the Clerk to
add the following names to the In-
digent roll:
L. A. Barnes, $15.00; Mrs. B.
Blackman, $15.00; Mrs. 0. V. Stuck-
ey, $15.00; Mrs. Bessie Lee, $15.00
and B. J. Wilson, $15.00.
The Board voted to pay the Flor-
ida A & M University Hospital,
Tallahassee, $75.00 for a hospital
bill of B. J. Wilson, a cancer pa-
tient.
Commissioner Strickland told
the Board that a drainage problem
exists near 'the west end of the
River Road and said that the prob-
lem was created when the State
R o a d Department maintenance
c-ew did certain work on said road
-After discussion 'the Engineer
was instructed to contact the State
Road Department with reference
to this matter. The Houston Texas
Gas and Oil Corporation requested
the County to grant said Corpora-
tion an easement for a Natural
Gas Pipeline ,to cross all county
roads, streets and highways. After
discussion and .being -advised by
the attorney, the following resolu-
tion was unanimously adopted up-
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0ifTy Four-Months Remain For Home and t oth 'World War II and Kore' Wilford Ehott
ever, ,the direct loan program !R>r. dwelling -anlB in the tted iur faurm workers. (Farm workers ha SIAK. fort &1.. e, FIt.
ny OUr Minths5Remin For Hoe and both World War II and Korean- States, including apartments and are reported in January for the W Or lliot THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1980
conflict veterans is due to expire single-family rental properties. preceding calendar year.) It is im-
Business Loans For World War 2 Vets on July 25, 1960, Mr. ilson m- Nearly one out of every four portant that each employer keep Serving in Navy
phasized. Since the GI loan pro- mortgaged single-family dwellings accurate records 'of the name and Donald M Burkett
gram was launched in June 1944, in the United States 'has a VA- social security account number --
Less than four months remain dates do not -apply to Korean-con- and up through March 1959, a to- guaranteed mortgage, Mr. Wilson copied from the worker's card and MEDITERRANEAN (FHTNC)-
n whch World War II veterans lict veterans who have until Jan- tal of 146,874 loans have been ,said. of the amount of wages paid. Perry W. Elliott, aviation electri-Aboard esroyer
may apply for 'GI .home, farm 'or 'ary 31, 1965, to make GI loan ap- guaranteed or made to World War --A-___ All rights to benefit protection cian's mate third class, USN, son .
business loans, Rufus H. Wilson, plications. -II and Korean-conflict veterans in e u under the social security system of Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Ellioitt of WESTERN PACIFIC (FTNS
Manager of the VA Regional.. Office World War II veterans who ser- Florida for 'a total face value of So Securt depend on the credits to he work- 619 Madison St., Port St. Joe, is Doald Burkett rem USN
in St. Petersburg, reminded veter- ved during the Korean conflict per- $1,333,836,619.00. I r's social security account. If a serving with Heavy Attack Squad- I of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. B
ans this Week. iod are considered Korean-conflictwere home Due on w ad not ive ron Five aboard the attack air- of 902 Kenney's Mill, Port St. Joe
Under-,present law, :July 25,,". v veterans for the purpose of I Of this total, 145,504 home o 902 Keney 1 Port t
is the cut-ff-dae set 'for World oans. loans; 1,305 were for business credit or hs earnings he cannot craft carrier U.S. Sixth Fleet is serving aboard the destroyer
buyInes obtain insurance rights under s0 ing with the U. S. Sixth Fleet in 'USS Richard S. Edwards operat1nt
War II veteran participatIon in the, Under the GI loan program, ventures; and 80 for farm purposes. Social security tax reports cov- al security. oour nearest he MediterraneanEdwards operate
post-war program that has. seen qualified veterans are offered theI Of the home loans made to date ering January, February and March ociasecurity office yorunore n Home-based at Sanfor.d the the Wt U.PS. Seventh Fleet
more than 116,000 Florida World. opportunity to obtain VA guara- (World War II and Korea), .more for household workers, as well as ormatio onhis or any other squadron utilize the world',s larg- In early March the Edwards and
War II veterans take advantage of leed or insured loans 'to (a) pur- than one out of every seven has other employees under social se- phase f social security. The office est carrier airplane, the A3worlD, "Sky- her crew visited the resorts and
the GI Bill loan provisions since chase, build or improve a home; been. paid in full and only one out curity, are due by April 30, accord- for this area s located .at 1135 Har- warriorr" 'of Beppu, Japan. td th rt t
June 22, 1944. (b) buy a farm or farm supplies; of every 149 has resulted in fore- ing to John V. Carey, district man- rison Avenue, Panama- City. The
Veterans who submit and (c) .buy or expand a business closure, eager of the Panaa Cty social e- telephone number is POplar 3-5331. Classified A.ds Bring Quick Results At Small Cost
Veterans who submit their*ap- venture. ._____me_ s ____-31
plications on or before the dead- venture. Reviewing the tremendous scope curity office. These reports Dmust. or .
line of July 25, 1960, will be tal- Veterans in rural areas and in of the GI loan-program as used by
lowed an additional year, or until small cities and -towns where guar- both World War II and Korean- FloInternal Revenue, Jacksonville, Appeal Made
July 25, 1961, in which -to have the anteed loans are not generally conflict veterans combined, Mr.
loan processed and actually closed, available are eligible for VA direct Wilson said that it was the 'equal Maids, yardmen, cooks, chauf- o Vetern ELECT W R. (BUSTER)
Mr. Wilson pointed out that these home and farm-house loans. How- of financing one out of every ten fers and other household workers'
performinguservice in p private Pension Recievers H0
homes must-be reported if the
worker is paid $50.00 or more inIF
cash wages during the quarter. A I A double-barreled 'appeal to the THE ONLY FULLY QUALIFIED CANDDATE
:^ S t ,deduction of 3% should be with-" approximately 43,000 persons in1 FOR COMMISSIONER OF -
held by the employer--cthe employ- Florida who receive 'monthly pen- A@ a
Ser adds an equal amount and pays payments ro the Veteran U R E
t .. he total 6% to the Internal Rev- Administration was made thiaweek Services to Agriculture
enue Service. A simple tax report by Rufus H. Wilson, M'anaeger of DIRECTOR-
form, which includes space for the the St. Petersburg VA Regional Florida Farm Bureau Federation
worker's name and social security Office. PRESIDENT up
account number, is available for First, said Mr. Wilson, veterans of the 36 State Agricultural Organizations]
reporting household workers. These MEMBER AND SECRETARY-
uarterly reports made y employ- and the widows and orphans of Agricultural Services Committee (Helped Plan
quarterly reports made 'by employ- veterans who received 'cards early Reorganization of Department of Agriculture)
es enable the Social Security Ad- in March for the choice of pension Chosen Man of the Year in Agriculture by Progressive
.'" ministration to credit covered .. w. "ll Former Magazine 1956


under tfe new law axe urged to fill
earnings to the social security ac- e
counts of individual workers. n all questions on the card be-
Allso idvdalwres fore returning them to the VA.


Second, he said, be sure not to
mutilate, twist or damage the cards
before returning them. The cards
pass through electronic tabulating
machines 'and damaged cards can't
be handled.
Mr. Wilson said .that a great
many of the cards returned thus
far were either incompletely filled
in -or had been damaged.
The new pension law 'becomes
effective July 1, 1960. Pensioners
have a choice of remaining under
the present law or coming under
,the new one. Once the new law is
selected, however, the pensioner
cannot return to the provisions of
the old law.

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Distinguished Service Award 1959 -
Received the Agricultural Outstanding Service Award,
Florida Agricultural Council 1958
State Farmers Degree in the Future Farmers of Americo
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rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida (Continued From Page 6)
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1960 on motion of Commissioner Cooper,
Seconded *by Commissioner Crox-
.ton, to-wit:
A RESOLUTION
/ ,I\ A BE IT RESOLVED .by the Board
of County Commissioners of Gulf
County, Florida, that Houston Tex-
all a Gas and Oil Corporation, a Dela-
ware Corporation, its successors
and assigns, be hereby given .and
S- granted a permit granting the
rights to construct, reconstruct,
"-- \- enlarge, maintain and operate nat-
u"al gas pipelines, hereinafter call-
ed Facility, together rwith the nec-
essary appurtenances under, on,
I over, across and along all county
roads, streets, highways and roads
f you should have to wait a few and drainage easements, subject to
minutes for a prescription to be the following conditions:
filled, we ask your indulgence. We 1. The licensee shall prevent the
will always give you the fastest creation of any obstructions or con-
prescription servi, possible. Like editions which are or may become
prescription serve possible. Lk dangerous to the traveling public.
other reliable pharmacists, we must dang e teshall repair any
2. The Licensee shall repair any
take the time to dispense your damage or injuries to the roads,
doctor's prescription with exacting streets, highways and easements
care. Each prescription filled re- occasioned by reason of the exer-
quires the skill and knowledge of a cise of the privileges granted -by
qualified pharmacist. Bring youi this Resolution and to repair said
prescriptions to us for friendly, r o a d s, streets and easements
s promptly restoring the same to ,a
courteous service. condition at least equal to that
which existed immediately prior to
?* Ithe infliction of such damage or in-
jcry.
3. The Licensee shall hold the
BUZZett S Urug Store Board of County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida and the mem-
Port St. Joe, Flo@ida bers thereof harmless from ,the
payment of .any compensation or
-damages resulting from the exer-


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


COMPLETE PHOTO SERVICE
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104 Bayview Drive Phone 7-8681 Highland View, I



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship --- 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


clse of the privileges of this Reso-
luiton.
4. The Licensee shall comply
with those reasonably necessary
rules and regulations promulgated
for the protection of the County
and public by the Board of County
Commissioners of Gulf County,
Florida, enacted both before and
,after the granting of the privileges
herein.
5. Whenever necessary in the op-
inion of the Board of County Com-
missioners for the construction, wi-
dening, repair, improvement, al-
teration or relocation of all or any
portion of said highway or high-
ways as determined by the Board
of County Commissioners, the -fa-
cility and the appurtenances there-
to as 'authorized hereunder shall be
immediately removed from said
highway or reset or relocated there-
on as required by th Board of
County Commissioners and at 'the
expense of the holder;
PROVIDED, HOWEVER, in the
event the relocation or removal of
pipeline facility constructed pur-
suant thereto should be required
'by reason of the construction of
the Federal Interstate System of
Highways under 'such circumstan-
ces as to bring such removal or re-
location with the coverage of Sec-
tion III of Federal Aid Highway Act
o, 1956, being Public Law 627 *of
the 84th Congress, any amendment
or reinactment thereof, providing
for the payment of the cost of
such removal or relocation from
public funds, tthen, in such event,
Houston Texas Gas and Oil Corpor-
ation, or its assigns, upon comply-
ing with all :terms and conditions
of the law and of rules and regula-
tions adopted pursuant thereto,
shall be .entitled to receive reim-
bursement of the cost of'isuch re-
moval or relocation of such pipe-
line facility.
.6. The Liceness shall file a writ-
ten acceptance of the terms of
,this Resolution within thirty (30)
days with the Board of County
Commissioners stating that it will
comply with .the conditions stated
herein.
7. The failure of the Licensee to
file a written acceptance within
thirty (30) days as provided for
above, shall render this Resolution
null and void 'and of no legal ef-
fect.
8. No assignment, transfer or
pledge by -said Licensee of the
rights granted hereunder to any
mortgages or mortgage trustee
shall obligate such mortgagee or
or mortgage trustee to perform
any obligation contained herein,
but the Licensee shall remain obli-
gated to perform the terms and
conditions hereof.
Done this 12th day of April, 1960.
(END)
Commissioner Strickland discus-
sed a drainage problem near the
Burkett home in Sec. 25 T 8S, Rll
W. The Road Department was in-
structed to correct said problem.
The Mosquito Control Supervisor
filed his financial, report and dis-
cussed some with the Board. The
Board dirceted the Clerk to write
the 'City of Wewahiftchka and Port
St. Joe and request that the Mos,
quito Funds for the 1959-60 year to
be paid over to the county.
The following Election Inspec-
tion Boards were appointed for the
May 3 and 24 Primary elections, o-
wit:
Precinct No. 1 (May and 24)
East Wewahitchka, City Hall. First


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A pair of Corvairs recently recorded 27.03 and 26.21 miles per gallon in the
2,061.4-mile Mobilgas Economy Run. That's certified proof that Corvair skimps
on gas costs. It saves other ways, too. Corvair is the only U. S. compact car
S U I that never needs antifreeze or costly radiator repairs. Come in and drive the


DRIVE IT!

GET

OUR

DEALM!!


compact car that outdoes them all.

Things Corvair gives you that America's other compact cars can't:


Practically flat floor real foot room for
the man in the middle. Fold-down rear
seat gives 17.6 cu. ft. of extra storage space.
Four-wheel independent suspension for
a smoother, flatter ride.
Rear-engine traction ... that comes with-
the engine's weight bearing down on the
rear wheels.
You probably realize already that the mile-
age figures Corvairs recorded in the Mobil-


gas Run are higher than the average driver
can expect. But because the cars met every
kind of driving condition-rugged mountain
grades, long country straightaways, congest.
ed city traffic-those mileage figures prove
Corvair's inherent
ability to save. Oper-
ating costs take a e t d V
nose dive the day c rva ir
you take delivery of L --
a Corvair. for economwal transportation


See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer for fast delivery, favorable deals


FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY


PHONE 7-2221 401 WILLIAMS AVENUE


shit: .Clirk, 11atbe tI dsgey; In- Honorable Samuel A. Patrick, Tax STAR Want Ads Get Resalts
spectors: Leona O'Neal, Dolly Assessor, to-wit: I -
Weeks and Mary T. Thomas. Sec- Calendar year 1958, $896.00; 1959,1
ond shift: Clerk, Robert Brown; $720.00; 1960 and each year there- i
Inspectors: Alfred Whitfield, Fel- after $720.00. T
ton Smith and C. C. Mllergren. The Board announced that the ASK ABOUT THE NEW S2 INHALANT SLU-
Precinct No. 2. West Wewahitch- regular night meeting of May 24,' SK ABOUT THE NEW S-2 INHALANT SOLU-I
ka, Stone Building. May 3. First 190, will not be held due to the EVN O TH A T DITRELI
shift: Clerk, C. W. Norton, Jr.; second primary election on that IN S Y EVEN FROM THE MOST DISTRESSINGST
Inspectors: Mrs. Tommy Turner, date. PORMS.IS
Mrs. Carl Dean and Mrs. Rosabeing no further business -FOR LESS
Campbell. Second shift. Clerk, La- There being ndido further business
mar Davis; Inspectors: Cotton the meeting did then adjourn. CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
e Pu Attest:
ortnerPaul Smith and Jimmie George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr. Port St. Joe, Florida
McDaniel. Clerk Chair-nn ---
May 24. First shift. Clerk: C. W.
Norton, Jr.; Inspectors: Mrs. S.
Meredith, Mrs. Rose Campbell and
Mrs. S. B. Brown. Second shift.
C erk: Cotton Fortner; Inspectors:
Paul Smith, Jimmie McDaniel and
Lamar Davis. I
Precinct No. 3, May 3 and 24.
Honeyville-Dalkeith, Ottis Smith
Building. Clerk: Mrs. Walter
Crutchfield. Inspectors: A. L. Snell,
Pat Capps and Thelma Van Horn.
Precinct No. 4, May 3 and 24.
Overstreet, Community Building,
Clerk: Mrs. Annie Cook. Inspect-
ors: Mrs. George Hardy, Mrs. Alice
Adkins and Mrs. Mary Hanlon. EW
Precinct No. 5, May 3 and 24.
Highland View, Beacon Hill, Cox
Store Building. First Shift. Clerk:
Mrs. Ralph Nance. Inspectors: Mrs.
Ted Richards, Mrs. Ted Whitfiuld
and Mrs. A. B. Rhames. Second
shift: Clerk: Mrs. W. O. Howard.
Inspectors: Mrs. P. L. Atkinson,
Mrs. Clayton Coker, and Mrs.
Brooks Kennlngton.
Precinct No. 6, May 3. White City "A
Community Building. Clerk: Mrs.
Ernest Antley. Inspectors: Mrs. *
Bob Smith, Mrs. Andy Jordan and
Mrs. Henry Sewell.
May 24. Clerk: Mrs. Ernest Ant-
ley. Inspectors: Mrs. Alton Hardy, / \1
Mrs. Elouise Harper and Mrs. Jer-
aldine Lundy.
Precinct No. 7. May 3 and 24.
Kenney's Mill. Lumber She d.
Clerk: Louis Johnson. Inspectors:
J. L. Wilson, Virginia Graves and
Mrs. Willie Kay.
Precinct No. 8. May 3 and 24.
North Port St. Joe, City Hall. First
Shift. Clerk: Mrs. Zola Maddox.
Inspector: Mrs. W. M. Howell,
Mrs. W. J. Daughtry and Mrs.
James Avant. Second shift: Clerk:
Eldridge Money. Inspector: Jack
Sheffield, Addie M. Goodson and IF YOU OWN A LOT OR BU
Mrs. Emmett Daniell.
Precinct No. 9, May 3 and 24,
Central Port St. Joe, Stac House. NO M AT TER W HERE IT IS
First :shift. Group 1. Clerk: Mrs.
Marion McCall. Inspectors: Mrs. W ILL BUILD YOU A CUSTOM
John Dickey, Mrs. Willie Howell W I B YOU A CUSTOM
and Mrs. Tommy Braxton. Group
2. Clerk: Mrs. Durel Brigman. In-
spectors: Mrs. Hilton Lewis, Mrs.
W. 0. Nichols and Mrs. William
Chafin. Second shift: Group 1.
Clerk: W. L. Jordan. Inspectors:'
Mrs. W. D. Sykes, Mrs. Ruby Lu-
cas and Mrs. Ruth Ramsey. Group \
2. Clerk: Otis Pylie. Inspectors:
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. Harry
McKnight and Mrs. B. H. Munn.
Precinct No. 10, May 3 and 24.
South Port St. Joe, Centennial
Building. First Shift. Clerk: Mrs. -
C. R. Jolley. Inspectors: Mrs. Her-
man Stripling, Mrs. Clyde Wades '
Mrs. F. L. Hill. Second shift.' z
Clerk:J. A. Alligood. Inspectors:
Mrs. J. F. Christian, Mrs. Buford
Griffin and Mrs. Jewel Callahan.
The Board approved Mrs. Ida
Douglas as a Confederate Pension-
er from G ulf County. -........ .-..........
The Board approved the follow-
ing amounts as travel expenses tor /
Over 900 feet of spacious living area Includes three spa-


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J. A. BLACKWELL
Phone 7-8476 Port St. Joe


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THURSDAY, APRIL. 21, 1960








TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
OPEN DAILY. 2:45 P.N..
SATURDAY. 12:,-' P.M

THURSDAY FRIDAY


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,TER IS ER cow h .--


BACK WATER FISHERMEN crowd the shores of the Lake Grove


"Accomplishment,
not authorship!
I don't care WHO
authors a
legislative measure
... only HOW
it benefits the
people, of Florida."


E. I J.
GOVERNOR

PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
S BY CARLTON FOR GOV. STATE HDQRS.


SUNDAY, MONDAY

JAMES GARNER

NATALIE WOOD'


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ALSO STARRING
NINA FOCH DEAN JAGGER
E. G. MARSHALL
A WARNER BROS. PICTURE

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY

















PAUL MUNI DAVID WAYNE
.ETSY PALMER CLAUDIA MNEIL
A C; USi N I D ID


Road in Wewahitchka on both sides 'two weeks ,ago. The fishermen
stood side by side on both sides of the road for a mile and a half


,some bring'ig in excellent catches


NEWS FROM

Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson,
Mrs. Maime Anderson of Tallahas-
see and Mrs. Janie Pierce of At-
lanta visited Clinton Cox and fam-
ily Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Peavy Mims and daughter
Tammy and Mrs. E. V. Knight and
son Ralph visited Mrs. W. C. Scott
and family of Panama City Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Keith of


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Next week delegates 'elected
from the Student Council will tra-
and Mrs. Marjorie Messic of Pan- vel to Pompano Beach to attend
ama City visited Mr. 'and Mrs. the State Student Council Conven-
James Kelley during the week end. tion.
Nadine Boyette who is attending -Bo Williams
Lee's College in Cleveland, Teni., *- -
spent a few days with her father Return To School
David Boyette and other relatives Bob Smith returned to Emory
this week. University. and Ed Smith returned
We welcome home Hubert Cum- to Auburn University Sunday af-
bie, who was in the Air Force, hav- ter spending the Easter holidays
ing .spent two years in Germany., here with their parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Cumbiie are visiting Mrs. John Robert Smith.
this week with relatives in Ala-


bama and Georgia.
Mrs. Marie Vincik and daughter
Deborah of Anniston, Ala., are vis-


Oakland and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. iting her aunt, Mrs. Walter Arm-
Howell ,and daughter 'of Parker vis- strong this week.
ited Mrs. Mae Creamer during the Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kelley,
week end. George Kelley, Mrs. Essie V.
Mrs. Ruth Patton and son of Knight and son Ralph spent Eas-
Tallahassee visited her mother ter Sunday in Vernon with J. Wal-
and brother during the week end, ter Martin -and family. Mr. Martin
Mrs. Sid Jones and family. is a nephew of Mrs. Kelley.
Mrs. Ruth Williams and daugh- Mrs. Daisy Britcher- and son 'and
ters Laura, Lenora and Linda and Mrs. Willard Cooper of Fort Wal-
Mrs. Peavy Mims and daughter vis- 'ton spent the week end with their
ited in Wewahitchka Sunday. mother 'and grandmother, Mrs. Wil-
Mrs. Joe Daugherty and children lie Enfinger and other relatives.
of Tallahassee spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. E.' R. Batson and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. family visited in Wewahitchka
Cannington. Easter Sunday with,-friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Patterson vis- Calvin Owens, Jeane Mayhann,
ibed friends and, relatives in Grace- Ginger Hughes and Laura Williams
ville during the Easter holidays. were visiting in Panama City ,Fri-
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dickinson day.


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see with her daughter for two
weeks.
Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Ernest and
children visited in Wewahitchka
Sunday with friends.
The Highland View Assembly of
God Church had an all-day service
Easter Sunday with lunch on the
ground at .the noon hour. Everyone
enjoyed the great fellowship.
The monthly meeting of the
Highland View M-etohdist -Woman's
Society of Christian Service was
held Thursday night in the home
of Mrs. Clinton Cox. The subject
of the program was, "New Light
for the Town and Country", with
the 121st Psalm as scripture. New
officers tfor the forthcoming year
were appointed.
The Highland View R.A. Chapter
held their regular weekly meeting
Monday night in the home of Ken
Marlowe. The meeting was called
to order by the Ambassador-in-
Chief Ted Whitfield Randal Rich-
ards led the opening prayer. The


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Citizen of Month

The citizen of the month spon-
sored by the Port St. Joe High
School Student Council was elect-
ed on Tuesday of this week. Each
month the faculty of the High
School chooses three students
from both Junior and Senior High.
These students must have a high
standard of citizenship. The stu-
dents are then voted on for htis
honor .the following day by .the stu-
dent body.
Those nominated from Junior
High were: Howard Davis, Bobby
Antley and Bill Fite. Elected Citi-
zen -of .the Month was Howard Da-
vis.
Those nominated from Senior
High were: Sara Cumbie, Carrie
Jo Fletcher and Grank, Griffin.
Elected Citizen of the Month was
Sara COumbie.
Next month there will be elect-
ed a "Citizen of the Year" from
both Junior and Senior High. The
citizens elected from the preced-
ing months will 'be voted on for
this honor.


Calvin Johnson

Enlists In AF-

The local U. S. Air Force Re-
cruiting Office announced this week
that CalVin Henry Johnson, son of
Mrs. Edna S. Johnson, Port St. Joe
was enlisted recently in the U. S.
Air Force and was assigned to
Lackland Air Force Base near San


program was "How Jesus Got the Antonio, Texas where he will un-
Autograph". Those present were dergo eight weeks of basic military
Pat O'Brian, Jerry Branch. Larry training prior to being reassigned
Branch, Randal Richads, Ted Whit- for training in one of the Air
field. James Keel and Wayne O Force's mechanical career fields.
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New
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REDUCED ONE-THIRD

Dear Friends:
Thank you for a wonderful rec-
ord Easter business. This week we
are pushed for Tattler time and
we believe you'll be interested in
these Special After-Easter Buys.
Boyles is ready for the Hot Wea-
ther ahead. It's time to shop for
Sea Nymph and Nan Dorsey Swim
Suits and all kinds of sportswear.
We have hundreds of pairs of Sum-
mer Flats and Sandals for Miss
and Mrs. $1.98, $2.95 and $3,95. Gay,
cool Sleeveless DRESSES are now
rolling in daily.
Men, It's Van Heusen and Tu-
lane Sport Shirts better look-
ing and better quality than -ever.
These are wonderful days at
BOYLES. The store is brimming
full of summer merchandise and
)cash values.

Panama City office stated that he
will be in Port St. Joe on the sec-
ond and fourth Tuesday each
.month at the Post Office to inter-
view any young men interested in
finding out more about the oppor-
tunities opera in the Air Force.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Coy C. Williams of
Brewton, Alabama, formerly of
Port St. Joe announce the birth of
a seven pound, 13 ounce daughter,
Jan Elizabeth on April 13.

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PHONE BALL 7
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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
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...... CLASSIC ED ADVERTISINGco r th and Palm Bl Rotary Sees PLANNED FOR MAY A
across. from Elementary School. On outboard cruise to Bay City
rCall or se Bill Cowden, BAIF Lodge in ApalSachicola will boe held T S I A R
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished FOR SALE: Two bedroom bunga- Call or see Bill Cowden, B Football Film Lodg in Apalachicola will e held
cottages. $45 per month. Ander. low. Extra large carport and 7-2554. Sunday, May 1 by the St. Joe
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfc storage room, breezeway, ,patio, Boat Club. The boats will leave Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
lifetime roof, hardwood floors, FOR SALE: Two and three bed- The Port St. Joe Rotary Club fom the boat basin at 1:30 p.m. By The Star Publishing Company
FOR LEASE: Building approKi- larg eliving-dining area, large pon- room house at Mexico Beach. viewed movie last Thurday ofood will be hed. For reer-
mately 35 x 80 feet on Reid Ave- deroso pine kitchen, attic fan. 606 Call 9-1-113. .. tfc-3-31 viewed a movie last Thursday of ood will be furnished. Forreser- WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
nue in heart o business district. Garrison AvePhone-7-4211or LE a game ween the Ui- nations call Bert Munn, Frank Mc- Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Presently occupied by post offic.pointtent. $14,500.00. FOR LE: 3 eroom house a versity of Georgia and Harden- Donald or Harold Odom. Reader and Bookkeeper
ard willhe..Svaated- around Se.ru- e 217 tlon. 4t6fr-24 Simmons College. Harden-Simmons I Reservations can be taken no la- ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
learyi 1 Owners will give long termJUST VACATED at St.Joe Beach, mais coached by the famous ex-pro te than April 28. SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
lease and remodel to suit tenant. 2 bedroom house, furnished. $75. 5 220 olt ter t p
Contact L otin. month. Also 3 urished FOR SALE: 5 horsepower, 220 volt Sammy Baugh. Another outboard cruise is being Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 197, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
month. Also 3 bderoom furnished General Electric motor. 1800 rpm Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
FOR RENT: 2 unfurnished apart- ouse. Has auto. washing machine. ful loaded. In good condition. $100. The movie was of special inter- planned for May 15. Further infor- DIAL BALL 7-3161
mets on 8th St. Phone 7-5084. 4tp mo. J. D. Clark, pone 7-4156.Or we will horse trade you. See at t to he Rotarians since it was nation on this cruise will 'be pub-
FOR SALE '56 Ford V-8 2-door The Star. Phone 7-3161. lst to the otaans since it was TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
FOR RENT: Upstairs furni shedI 'the first college game participated lihed .nex week. do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
apartment. 1505 Monument A ustomie. utoalltransmission, FOR SALE: 25 toot cabin cruiser in by Port St. Joe's Wayne Taylor, advertisement.
Phone 7-5771. tfc-4-7 2-tone paint, whitewall tires. Clean with 65 Lp motor. Sleeps two, who is a member ofthe Bulldog The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
Phone 7h5771. tfe-4-7 i s o P who is a membMr of the Bulldog
inside and ou. Pay small equtyhead, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy i'oe g"U i weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station 'and assume small monthly pay- Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. squad. Ma ru The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port agents. For information call 7-5461 -L.---0_n--_-
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14 or see Bert Munn, Jr. Itp FOR YOUR WATKINS Products Coach Carion Craig of Port St. S"V E STAR. Part St. Jou, Florida
FOR SALE: Portable sewig ma- needs call 0-1195 or write W. L. Joe High School showed and nar- Jonny Rs "
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house FOR SALE: Portable $e0in ma- Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. 4-21 rated the game. Coach Craig said
on 15th St. Floor furnace, insu- chine. Runs good. $25.00. Phone rated the game. Coach Craig said I this
lated, 15thardwood Floor furand other 7-4093 .. HELP WANTED: New miniature the fact that Taylor got to play in Marine recruiters announced this tones Offer Big Sa This Week
nice features that must be seen to FOR SALE: Jeep pick-up truck. It golf course wants someone who his sophomore year at Georgia week that they were accepting ao-
appreciate. FHA financing. Only s. $100.00 Phone 7-s4093. ean sign and shape figure serves toEnd He Pay The Sales Tax Too!
$350 down Plus closing cost. 3t-4-14 runs$100.00.Pho animal's, birds, etc. ('form with wire serves to prove hat the Geogia plicants for the Johnny Rob End He'llTheTax,
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house mesh and concrete) for use in in- coaches think highly of Taylor's Company to be composed of younS T--o
on Fourth St. This large home FOR SALE liature golf. See M. Missler, Rachel ability. Taylor'.s showing in the men from Alabama 'and Northwest
can be sold for only $7,000. Nice home located on two tote Drive, Mexico Beach (just east of Harden-Simmons earned him the Florida. Jesse V. Stone, the fishing haber- with Jesse he has hit upon the
FOR SALE: Large three bedroom on Woodward Ave. 3 bedrooms, one 98 Motel. right to playein every game the
houe on McClellarn. Living rm bath b.ig vroomb o Mote right to play in every game th e The 75 man company will leave dasher is continuing his quit busi- ilea of making it easier for you to
and den, two baths. $10,500. and dining room, carport, storage WANTED: Cook .and waitress. Cat- Bulldogs had during the last sea- Birmingham June 7 for .basic train- ness sale until "the counters are save this Thursday, Friday and
We can assist you in financing room and breezeway, hardwood alina Restaurant. Mexico eac son. Coach Craig said that Wayne ing at the Marine Corps Recruit clean", he says. Saturday by offering to pay the
ajy of these houses. 3tc-4-7 floors, 1440 square feet of living is the only boy to go to major foot- Depot, Parris Island, S. C. As an extra added incentive to state sales tax on your purchase.
221 NK and DOT'Se 7-491 Can fin ance under G or saving money see us for anyth all from Prting bSt.een coach J here. ince he has Young men who qualify willbe drop by and leave a buck or two There is a catch to this offer the-
FHA.you need in your home. STOP and coac here. enlisted' in 'the Marines now and it is .good this Thursday, Friday
OGadoSo Echil 10n~o'Tnc Ae ^e d am on 0 pud SWAP SHOP. Robert L. Fox was taken into the then return to their homes until Air Forc Recr;it and Saturday only, so if you don't
GoRod for children.H$150.rIncludingt Avenue. Paved streets,Ocurbrand AWAkeaSatagRobert L. Fox wastakeninto theteportingdate.,'himeasuntilair ForceRecruit takead vatagel-of it then, you
saddle and bridle. Can be seen at sidewalks, financed under GI only. SEPTIC TANKS ,pumped out. Call 'club as a new member Thursday. the reporting date. This assures take aant age .of it then, you
1305 Monument Ave. or call 7-5781 iNearly completed. Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for He is associated with the Glidden them membership in the "Johnny Office M .might never have this chance
or 7-3371. tfc-4-14 3 bedroom home located on two quick expert service. tfc company and Chemical Engineer- Reb" Company and allows them U Iic 5I s v0V again.
FOR SALELarge kerosene circu- lots on,10th Street. LOAL OF MOOSE i his category to build p time in service toward ----Jesse says that even though the
Lating h eat eran50g .etan uand 2 bedroom home at Howard Meetings, at Moose- HalL n ing is his category. 'eincreasedpayand promotion. M-Sgt. Charlie L. Blair, Air big Quit Business Sale of Stones'
lating heater and 50-gal. tank and Creek and all farnishings,$4,750. Fourth St. Meeting night every Guests of the club were David increased pay and promotion M-Sgt. Charlie L. Blair, Air bg Quit Business S.ale of Stones'
metal stand. Changing to gas heat. C RIADGON 'AGENCY O their Monday. Carl Gaskihe company" plan also allows Foenrce Recruiting Representative Shop for Men is now two weeks
nue. Phone BAll 7-3041 THERE WILL BE a regular com- Rev. N. Tof Birming school ad hometown rens to forthis area announced this week 'old he still has a good representa-
STHERE Wmunicaton of Port St Joe Lodge Ala N. Td of Biringha, oin an complete basic racing that his office in Panama City is tion of styles, sizes and selection.
ov-t i Doe.nt cost t PAYS. No. 111, F&AM every first and together. moving to a new location in Pan- "These are going fast though, and
_a )7-- third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Visits With Family Applications for enlistment in ama City effective April 21. we .don't know how long this selec-
S i Joe Wilkie With Famcksoil pt the Marines' Johnny Reb Company The office is being moved from tion will last", says Jesse. Stocks
Ioe Wilkieof Jacksonville spent, ae now being accepted at all Ma- it, present location 'at 118 East are dwindling every day in this big
Att tOl Little Le gers.... ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M. the weekend here with his family. ine Corps Recruiting Offices Fourth Street to Room 206 up-st ale and Jesse urges yo in to act
POPE FENDLEY, Sec. Confined to Hospital Alabama and Northwest Florida. stairs in the Panama City main :fast in order to find just what you
All Master Masons cordially invited Confined Gunnery Sergean Peter BenPost Office. Either Sgt. Blair or want
OFFICIAL LITTLE LEAGUE A. M.-Regular convocation of his perry Hinoents.e, J Mr. and Mrs. Terry venutti, Marine Recruiter, will ur Sgt. Tinsley can be reached at the Stones big Quit Buiness Sale
ASAt I JoMeh chapter No 6, R. A. Hinote Sr. over the Easter w5eek T Iush further information 'to all In-post office building any week day also includes items you need right
BASEBALL SHOES----- $5 95 I., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- Ot h by alli31301.
ing brothers welcome. end. Terry was taken ill while here terested parties who 'contact n im by 'calling POplar 31301. now: Walk shorts, swim suits,
BASEBALl at the Pot Ofice in Panama City straw hats, summer shoes, slacks
:9 5 David H. Jones, High Priest. and is confined ',to the Municipal"straw hats, summer shoes, slacks
BASEBALL LOVES-$4 95 Joel Lovett, Secretary Hospital. He is a student at Au- on Tursay G TO CHURCH SUNDAY sport shirts and many other items.
Official Size Official Weight LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 burn. Spends Week End Here Uni-
BATS $2.39 BASEBALLS $1.90 hour. Cut your lawn and let me Kenneth Hurlbut, from the Uni-
--- worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf versity of Alabama spent last
Official All Colors Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- FOR EKPERT week end with his parents, Mr. .and 1 '
Score Book $1.20 CAPS $1.05 sonP Phole. 7e 7501. P T Mrs. M. K16Hurlbut, Electrical Re awrs M
-u-- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 1116F Electrical Repairs
m- 11 -1 1 THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first aud third Thursday nights and FRIED S
Western Auto Associate Store is Your Headquarters 8:1"" ,p.m.. American Legion Home. an C* ill
for All Sports Equipment SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. o. on rcing
0. F.-Me.t& second and fourth
Thbursdays, 7:30 p.m in American IT'S
SA Leion Hall. All uleibersa urged to I You have noticed that something new is
Ster A t t Noble Grand: Bernard Prid|geon being added at our same location for
Secretary: Theo Bishop WALL ELECTRIC better service on your automobiles.
Home Owned by DAVE MAY Want Ads Get Resu t COMPANY Please be patient with us. We will be
B A W A G C MP N appreciative and grateful for your contin-
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JIMMY, ONNIE and HECK


Elect

1I !arv*e J. Belser


GOVERNOR

T "re Votpr of Florida:
The following is a reprint of an article appearing
in the Florida Times Union, Sunday, April 3, 1960:
"Clearwater State Senator Harvie Belser of
Bonifay told groups that one of his primary aims in
enteringf the race for Governor was to give the people
----- a chance to vote for a strong seqreyationist.
He said he thought the voters should have a "clear-cut
choice of voting for a staunch segregationist and a believer in
S., states' rights and constitutional government, or of voting
otherwise.
S"The returns on May 3 will indicate conclusively In which
direction the people of Florida desire to go for the next four
years," he said.
Belser said he'd spent about $10.000.00 on his campaign
GOVERNOR so far and that it all has been contributed in amounts of $50
(Vote For One) or less from ersrns of average or below means."
Would you vote for a man who has a 100% pro legislative
record against RACE MIXING?
HARVIE J. BELSER I X Would you vote for a man who in the Florida Senate in
1957 told Governor Collins that he didn't have fortitude enough
Farris Bryant to fight RACE MIXING and stand up for the RIGHTS, CUS-
arTOMS AND TRADITIONS of the SOUTH?
aydo Burs Would you compare BELSER'S record on segregation legis-
Haydon Burns nation with the record of the other Gubernatorial Candidates?
SE I J Would you vote for a man who is not obligated to the poll-
Doyle E. Carlton, Jr. ticians or vested interests in the state but who is free and will
be free to make the people of Florida a real Governor?
Thomas F. (Ted) David I Would you vote for a man 42 years of age, married, three
F u children, with the following record of governmental experience:
Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinsoni Member Florida State Senate, former member Florida
House of Representatives; former County Attorney, former
George A. Downs Prosecuting Attorney, Veteran World War II, domestic and
overseas service, officer and enlisted man, Member Florida,
Bill Hendrix District of Columbia and American Bar Associations?
This is your fight. Belser is spearheading it for you. Join
John M. McCarty him, help him, and ask your friends and relatives to do likewise.
Jim McCorvey Nobody But The People Are For Belser
Paid Pol. Adv. by Campaign Treasurer


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