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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: May 5, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


-'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1960


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Congressman Bob Sikes wired
The Star Tuesday that Port St.
Joe had been Included in the
1960 National Airport Plan. In-
cluded in this plan is prerequisite
to consideration for grant-in-aid
under terms of Federal aid air-
port program.
Sikes said he would work dili-
gently for a Federal grant for
this facility.
-George Wimberly, Jr., chair-
man of the civic improvements


committee of the Port St. Joe
Chamber of Commerce reported
at the Chamber's quarterly meet-
ing Monday that the Chamber
committee was interested in se-
curing airport facilities for Port
St. Joe,
Wimberly told The Star that
he had talked to Sikes previous-
ly about the project but did not
know any action had been taken
until this telegram was received
by The Star.


Babe la th-doqah~u

C ,-tlin PayI oigh


The local Babe Ruth League
opens its season tonight with Cit-
izens' Federal playing the Land-
co's. Game. time is 7:30 p.m. at
Centennial Field. Everyone is in-
vited to attend the Babe Ruth
games this season.
There will ,be no admission char-
ged for any. Babe Ruth game.
Ten free prizes will be given to
ten lucky spectators at the open-
ing game tonight.
The prizes include:
One pair wash and wear slacks
donated by Pylant's Men and Boys
Wear.
One F1l' i,--i.\ i. earring as-
sortment donated by Thames Jew-
elry.
Two Sunday dinners donated by
City Restaurant.
One electric charcoal lighter do-
nated by Western Auto.
One boat cushion; donated by
Fuller's, ..- i .i ['! y
One set color-glo aluminum turn-
blers donated by St. Joe Hardware.
One box Berkshire hose, donat-
ed ,by Costin's Department Store.
One chrome plated garden tool
.eat ."-i'ed by Eells' Firestone

One TV lap tray donated by Buz-
zett's Drug Store.
One hot and cold picnic jug do-
nated by St. Joe Furniture -and
Appliance Company.
TEAM ROSTERS
Citizens' Federal
Bascom Hamm, manager; Char-
les Znimerman,. Johinny Chafin,
Herbert Gardner, Eugene Griffin,
Jimmy Gainnie, Doug Hallman,
Tray Hall, Junior Nichols, Philip
Ivey, Tommy Grimsley, Tommy
Sisk, and Wally Dodson.
Landcos
Joe Fortner and Bucky Walters,
managers; Jimmy Goodman, Paul
Robbins, Harry Brewton, Lloyd
Gardner, Lonnie Bell, Sonny Eells,
Chesley Fensom, Carl Zimmerman,
Ricky Godfrey, Leon Hobbs, Gra-
dy Bu tts, Buddy Kennington,
Johnny Rogers, Norton Kilbourn
and Mike White.
Lions
Harry Tison and Clyde White,
: 1.. fic_.af I.i -, Robert
Z -0 ,:0!, ;.:.!,_. i a 1.1 e oy Harper,
Harold Keels, T.mrIw, Blackburn,
James Todd, John 1-_.i,'. 1, David
Porter; Howard Davis, Mike Car-
bonneau, Jimmy. Burns, Donnie
Smith, Jinmy Dozier and Paul
Pierce.
Tomlinson. Gulf
Joe Adams, manager; Joe Wha-
ley, George Boyer, Tommy Wil-
liams., Frank Ruckman, Lloyd Beas-
ley, David Young, Doyle Glass,
John Oakes, IHarbert Smith, Buddy
Smith, James Norris, Wayne Bry-
ant, Bob Craig and Pete Fox.
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This past week the Port St. Joe
High School Student Council sent
four delegates and a sponsor to
attend the State Convention held
in Pompano Beach.
The trip was made in an automo-
bile furnished by Tommy Pridgeon,
Jr.
The purpose of the convention
was to build :student leaders and
to exchange projects and ideas.
This is accomplished by discussion
groups.
Those attending the convention
were: Glenn Alligood, Bob K.erri-
gan, Richard Thompson, Bo Wil-
liams and faculty advisor, James
Moore.


PRECINCT NUMBER


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Sheriff Byrd E. Parker and Ce-
cil G. Costin, Jr., were the only
Gulf County candidates who receiv-
ed approval of -the people for an-
other term in office in Tuesday's
first primary election. Parker was
opposed by Jim Godwin and Earl'
Tom Pridgeon in his bid for re-
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JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT
Charles J. Bodner 125 105 50
Glena Terrell 223 164 35 "
Judge, Dist. Court of Appeals
0. Robert Bell 175 156 56
Ronald K. Carroll 162 105 26 I
GOVERNOR
Harvie J. Belser 89 87 46
Farris Bryant 90 56 8
Haydon Burns 55 44 3
Doyle E. Carlton, Jr. SO 66 17
Thomas E. David 10 9 1
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16 176 6 7 31 179 263 121 1133
24 216 87 39 218 460 185 1651

25| -98 89 26 194 356 358 1433
12 182 66 37 189 355 143 1277

7 236 66 34 66 233 142 1006
10 48 26 13 43 197 68 559
2 6 9 11 12 46 15 193
I3 70 24 16 214 135 35 660
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-" .' '" ec .n ar i. Uesti eU i A red rDicainson .i
the first primary. George A. Downs 3 1 0 0 O 0 11 0 0 0 1 5
... ",. Representative Cecil G. Costin, Bill Hendrix 15 ] 7 0 11 21 4 11 4| 4| 2 40
s Jr., had only one opponent, Ben C. John McCarty 53 56 12 7 38 24 9 3 80 343 | 357
Set P .og m... Williams .and defeated him by a Jim McCorvey 1j 1 01 1 0 0 1 1 4 1 01 21 10
,marginof 599 votes inhisn bid for
Margin of 599 votes his r SECRETARY of STATE -
,.S J .^ .. .-:-.:., re-election Tom Adams 112 87 38 18 232 78 52 246 422 188 1473
S. All other county offices will go V. Fisher 22 20 7 0 22 12 8j 15 26 21 153
The Happyland Kindergarten : into the run-off election on Tues- Thomas Fouts 5 2 0 0 3 1 2 15 16 5 49
will present its. annual :p 'ogram day. May 24. Ed Hornsby 17 20 5 2 66 17 2 12 59 37 237
Monday Myight, May 9 aat28:006p.m.- .1_.:12.5.66 1 17 1 2 1 121 5913-237
Monday ghMay at8: p.m.Going into te second primary in Angus Laird 157 113 23 10 60 1 39 5 I1 42 193 59 701
in the High School Auditortum. [- t-. the various offices will be:
ARRhe BRYANT offices w i be: J. L. .McMullei 47 34 14 11 19 8 6 73 37 15 264
ThatetedbyCounty Commission, Dist rict
The Kindergarten is directed by Front Runner One: W. C. Roche and A. J. Strick- N. D. Wainwrigh.t 11 10 0 2 12 4 2 6 15 5 67
M rs. Charles. Brow n, M rs. N orton ln d w .a .n ...... 1 4 0 16 10 1 -- 13 6 I 85
Kilbourn .and Mrs. W alter John- .Mgj. .'ac. land, I01-0- ',',r,.,. ... ,1 11 0 1
son. "', ','",' "' Commissioner, District COMPTROLLER
S i ,:^. ~.. Three: G. S. Oroxton and T. D. Ray E. Green 313 263 1 78 28 334 j 126 54 I 277 |" 618 271 1 2362
The play to be presented by the 99'1.51. 1"2" 9".1 15',1 64'.,3
The pul will b, "Snow pres h e .a;nd '?' '." Whitfield. J. R. Lee 88 60 | 18 | 13 99 54 21 97" 159 64 j73
pupils will be, "Snow White and County Commission, Dis t rict .M.... T --
the Fourteen Dwarfs". .. ,, Five: ..."-- Cooper and Leo S. Benson Berger 16 10 I1 3 |1 0 321 81 4 24 1 221 16 135
The east of characters includes: -...... Kburedy. --..........
The Good and Beautiful Queen, .'.'. bLoran V. Carlton I1 30 35& 8 5 I1 31 19 13 1 83 1 58 1 21 303
Debra Buttram. tion Ditrict To: Roy V. Harper Doyle Connor 274 221 63 34 272 123 36 141 429 212 1805
The Beautiul but Wicked Queen .... and Carter Ward. W. R. (Buster) Hancock 77 50 | 15 2 90 23 16 125 I 268 I95 762
Terry Chason. .tie.id-s. ~'. In the Senate race, the compel C harlie Race 4 3 0 0 5 2 10 12 | 6 I3 35
Snow White, Beth Brown. ".S returns were niot available at press Corey Reams 5 6 I 1, 1 71 2 4 8 1 3 68 43
The Prince, Rusty Ramsey. tim yesterday at :00 pm. AREASURER
The& Huntsman, John Mahon. .l .^'.."',: cording to the unofficial tally, Cahill 45 28 1 5 46 20 8 30 83 44 326
Mirror, Judy Hendrix. Dempsey Barron will definitely be 45 -- 2 I
Mirror, y .DOYLE E. CARLTON, JR. Ein h -of. he oher candidate Earnest E. C le I ... 10 I 141 1 60 1 25 428
Doe, Tyler Smith. ., Closa Second haI ole rbd-off. The other candidate E arson 243 214 47 2 289 113 I ...... .
Grumpy, Steve Hattaway. as not boen decided between Carl .Edin Larson 243I214 47129 289 I 113 121
Happy, Jim Belin. --- Gray and J. B. Laha. Only 69 votes WilliamMurrell, Jr. 39 32 61 5 3 2 10 28 38 33 2 4
Sleepy, ,,.-:. McLawhon. ... aratd hee two at press me R.&PUBJ 'TIL. COMM.
Sneezy, Steve Atchison. 9 Y 1, -':*- with several .absentee votes to ble Harry M. Arkus 29 18 4 i 2 37 11 j 33 32 17 192
Bashful, Jeff Cowden. -, ., counted., I 11 63 19 87 268 97 999
Skipper, Biff Quarles. I n the state races, Gulf County .-. .- .- ",. .',-- i .25 -85 42
Flipper. Mark Ewing. went along with the remainder of 22235 871 39 2541 452 213 166l
Laughy, Bobby McKlernan. Rotarian Dave May presented e with a few minor excep- STATE SENATOR
Squeezy, Steve Bass. vocational program for the Rotary itons. In the Governor's race, Gulf Demapsey J. Barroa 173 1041 301 8 133 I 45 22 I 169 1 386 116 1186
Pepper, Iky Duren. Club meeting last Thursday at favored Harvie Belser of Bonifay. Carl R. Gray 116 J 111 18 114 120 1 42 ,31-I 198 I 138 8 78 | 866
Pop, Tony McFarland. noon. In second 'place was Doyle E. J. R. (Jim) Hanftord 99 77 31 13 1 86 43 6 21 j 116 44 536
Dizzy, Tommy Kase. May, local WesterL Autr, Atsnr- Carlton, Jr., followed by Farris J. B. Lahan 49 68 21 9 149 63 23 47 189 j 125 743
Dopey, Ralph MaxwelL iate Store dealer, explained the Bryant, third. Bryant and Carl- HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
Bumble Bee Boogies: Jane Fri- unique set-up of the Western Auto ton's [i-. I r.,were reversedin the CecilG.Costin,Jr. 212 185 66 24 t 206 125 55 | 356 | 527 183 11939
modig, Diane Stone, Debra Butt- organization, state-wide count at press time yes- Ben C. Williams 211 15 35 22 278 69 30 88 281 173 1340
ram, Judy Hendrix, Debbie Wool- May said that Western Auto was terday. Ben C. Willams I
ford, Freda Sutton, Julie Holland., started in 1909 as a mail order auto In the table at the left will be SHERIFF
Linda Folz, Linda Lewis, Linda supply business. In the 1930's it found the official count of how J. L. Godwin 75 I 70 37 1 | l 284 9 27 44 163 1350 936
McNeiH. began to ,branch out Into Associate Gulf County voted by precincts. Byrd E. Parker 319 266 62 29 1I 146 1 77 48 340 365 153 11805
John Smith, The Scared Rabbit. Stores, which are privately owned E. Tom Pridgeon 58 50 I 8 4 I 69 I 35 18 97 311 91 I 741
Tony Smith, Skunky the S:i--,.:. stores buying from Western Auto ,CO. COMMISSIONER, Dist. 1
Jay Floyd, Spotty the Leopard, warehouses. There 'are now 3,900 Ted Cumbie 601 60 281 5 37 16 2 191 661 271 320
Mike Rust, The Friendly Squirrel. Western Stores in the UT. S. C. R--oche .881 73 I 32 117 216 863 56 I 327 412 173 1457
Dizzy Daffodils: Janet Kochem, May said that the Western Auto A. J. Strickland 296 2 44 23 ,237. 114 28 349 165 CR1587
Cindy Chatham, Delores Mallet, warehouse set-up gives each store
Martha Griffith, Jane Kie'bler, Mitzi weekly delivery eliminating the ,* -. CO. COMMISSIONER, Dist. 3
Hendrix. need fora depth of stock. The chain '- G. S. Croxton 116 91 15 11 57 77 171 118 3011 88 891
Swan Lake Ballet: Artist, Mrs. enables private stores to buy suni- Parker G. Hart 27 2 22 13 1 17 I 106 I 13 16 34 111 36 395
Billy Howell and Dances, Mrs. gle items at bulk rates. The City Commission, met Tues- .WLong -- -0 51 -5 -0 1-93 195 42 557
Jenny Smith. May iaid .the store had a sale day night for only 10 minutes to T- -- 249 204 12 .89 .04 34 421 138 19 |1078
[going 10 mTon,1ths out cW shile year on install ih1 newly eet1d Co m13is- T)..W8htfid 2491 2041 671 121 89. 1041 3 42 38f 139 1078
going 10 months out of the year on install the, newly elected Commis- __ 50 89 72 475
SM 'certain of its items. sioners and Mayor Commissioner ... i' I I i I.'
[ 1 Guests of the club Thursday were for a two-year term. CO. COMMISSIONER, Dist. 5
.'{** In _ia._', Rev. C. J- Buttram of Cottondale Commissi.oners Frank Hannon Jesse Anderson 66 73 39 9 116 26 30 138 87 [ 66 650
_CS n W b Ls. 1V and Hux Coulter of Tallahassee. and John Robert Smith and Mayor George W. ... 92 95 13 9 43 20 60 356 106 883
---- -- Commissioner, J. L. Sharit rfook -1-7, 1.,,,, .',; 121 46 20 214 187 103 981
News was received here Sunday, their oath of office, administered .. --- 7-- 1 I ...-
May 1 by Mrs. W. S. Smith, that J -; by City Auditor and Clerk R. W. ... I 1 I -
one of her brothers, Lucius M. T enderson, solemrnly swearing to BOARD, PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Coody had passed away in a Vet- sport protect and defeat the .Con- District No. 2
ierans Hospital in Albainy, N. Y. titution ,and Governm.ent of the Roy V. Harper 189 137 37 11 175 75 25 213 218 150 1230
after a lingering illness of several The Port St. Joe Junior Chain- United States and of the State of Foy Scheffer 1. 7 161 224 1 40 6 76 274 105 833
years, ber of Commerce will hold its Florida; declaring that they were Carter Ward 166 149 48 185 130 103 21 138 339 1113 1225
Mr. Coody and family were resia- Charter Night observance Tuesday duly qualified to hold office under
dents ,of Port St. Joe until 1928 at night, May 10. the Constitution of the State and .
which time they moved to North At this meeting a state dignitary the Charter of the '.. of Port i r ..-
Adams, Mass. of the Jaycees will present the Jo- St. Joe, and to faithfully perform ..
He is survived by his wife, Cath- cat organization with its charter. the duties of the office on which : :...'*gHl ; ..... V
.erine, five children and 17 grand- The observance will be preceded they were about to enter. : ,.. ,.
children, with a banquet. dinner. Jaycee Don Commissioner Watson Smith,
-------- Grossman is in charge of the af- stepping down after 20 years of Edward B. Wallace, Chief of Op- Rivers Project makes Port St. Joe Guard unit has been on alert for
cr,:c e ,'i. TO Honor fair. service on his post, expressed his rational Projects Branch of the with her natural deep-water har- al Canal.
Mothers Aft :'a,* .s All Jaycees and their wives are appreciation for the .. .. .....-. ... of!T. S. Corps of :.;, in Mo- bor in an enviable spot. Wallace Wallace recommended that Port
Surged to attend. all city employees during his ten-: while told members of the Port St. said that with the completion of St. Joe bulkhead its waterfront to
There will be special services -at n ure and expressed his pleasure at Joe Chamber of Commerce Mon- hopper dredging work in the local provide more port facilities and
the First Methodist Church Sunday, Work Is 3:ai, ',-. being able to serve the City. day night, that developments on harbor sometime in the fall, Port 'the construction of a bargs. ba ,n.
May 83. NeWn 1. z:- *-. i R. H. (Bob) Elizey, completing the Three-Rivers Development pro- St. Joe would have the second He pointed out that only foresiht
The church will recognize in a The E. F. Gunn Construction his first term of office thanked ject spelled a period of transporta- deepest harbor on the coast from rnd imagination on the part >f he
special way the oldest mother and Company this week poured the those of the employees who tilon growth income for the port New Orleans to South Florida. Only people of Port St. Joe would r 0o
the youngest mother. There will foundation for a new building to had been ,so faithful during his of Pat St. Joe. Mobile harbor is deeper, and it is the city apace with the grow i of
also be .special and appropriate be occupied by Buzzett's Drug 'term of office, stating th.t it had IWallace said tlat the greatest only one foot deeper, trade and manufacturing ia ,is
music. Store on Williams Avenue. Been a pleasure to serve the City port potential in this part of the -Wallace pointed to the role of area.
The sermon topic for the morn- The building will be 30 feet by and that he .had expended every U. S. lies more specifically in the waterways and resh water sup- HOWELL SPEAKS
ing worship service is, "The Home, 60 feet and will have parking fa- effort to be a credit to the comn- area of Port St. Joe. He spoke glow- plies in the growth of the industrial .. Bobby Howell of the
Our Hope of Survival". There is cilities in front and ,to the side of unity. ingly of Port St. Joe's future as a South. He pointed out that Port St. Port St. Joe and Apalachicola Nat-
no -greater institution than the the building. Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor of shipping center because of the Joe has the position of having both :onal Guard spoke on the assets of
Christian home. The new store building will be the First Baptist Church in Port ... of the harbor here. of these natural resources coupled the Guard for Port St. Joe.
The pastor, Rev. E. 0. Bradley, located next door to St. Joe Auto ISt. Joe opened the meeting with .,....t- ., to South and Central with th.e avaiability of inland wa- Howell .aid that Guard is Iraln.
ages everyone who will to attend. Parts on Williamsn Avenue. prayer. American markets and the Three- tet way shipping in the Intra-Coast- (Continued On Page 4)


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Miss Elaine Musselwhite Becomes

Bride of Donald E. Laird

Miss Frances Elaine Musselwhite ches were used.


daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Musselwhite of this city and Don-
ald E. Laird, son of Mrs. Fred 0.
Baytes of Detroit, Mich., and Mar-
vin Laird of Fort Meade, were unit-
ed in marriage, Saturday evening,
April 9, at eight o'clock, in the
Long Avenue Baptist Church. The
Rev. J. C. Odum, pastor of the
church, officiated at the double-
ring ceremony ,in the presence of
many friends and relatives of the
young couple.
A massed arrangement -of green-
ery formed 'the background for a
beautiful sunburst of white gladioli
and chrysanthemums. Lighted tap-
ers in seven-branched candelabra
placed -at vantage points completed
the setting for the wedding. Family
pews were marked with white satin
ribbons and pom-poms. Lighted
candles centered in an arrange-
ment of greenery were placed in
the windows of the sanctuary.


Mrs. M. L. Britt, organist, ren- Ineckline outlined iq sequins. The
dered a program of nuptial music. long sleeves terminated at the
Mrs. James Tankersley, soloist, wrists in points. Her fingertip veil
sang, "Whither Thou Goest" "Be- was attached to *a crown of seed
cause", and "The Wedding Pray- pearls. She carried a white Bible
er". The traditional wedding mar- topped with a white orchid sur-




thank Vou


VOTERS of GULF COUNTY

To the supporters of Belser, McCarty
Dickinson and Burns:

For those people who believe in states'

rights and the preservation of our seg-

regated way of life and honesty and in-

tegrity in our state government, I ear-

nestly solicit your vote and support in

the Second Primary on May 24.


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rounded :1, hlies of the valley. iyn and .)n Kernneth: Mr. C. H.
The mother of 'the bride -selected White, Mrs. Iris Langley and son,
a dress of rose lace and satin -with Charles and -daughter Linda, Mrs..
which'she wore matching accessor- Robert Youngblood 'and daughters
ies and a corsage of white carna- Pat, Chris and Mary Ellen and
tions. Jackie Dodson, all of Bainbridge,
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Dodson
Mrs. Baytes, mother of 'the -bride- and sons, Joe, Phil, Earl and Gary
-groom, was attired In .blue lace, of Donalsonville, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
with matching accessories. Her Johnny Lynch and Mr. and Mrs.
corsage was pink orchids. Billy Slayton and daughter Dianne
Following the ceremony, the of Birmingham, Mrs. Fred 0.
bride's parents received the .guests Baytes of Detroit; Sam Rollins
in the social hall of the church. land Tom Boyette -of Venice, Ray
The ,bride's table, placed in front Ihapman of Panama City and Mr.
of a large arch, was centered with and Mrs. P. B. Fairley of Moss
a three-tiered wedding cake, top- Point, Miss.
ped with a miniature bride and'
'bridegroom ,beneath wedding bells. Mr. and Mrs. Laird left immed-
On .either side of the cake were lately after the reception for a
silver candelabra holding lighted !wedding trip. Mrs. Laird wore a
candles and pink carnations. navy 'dress with white accessories,
Mrs. Kenneth Tyler, Mrs. Blair and a white orchid from her wed-
Shuford and Miss Linda Roberts ding -bouquet..
attended ithe 'bride's 'table, and Miss Mrs. Laird is a graduate of Port
Andrea Martin, Miss Dianna Mc- St. Joe High School and attended
Knight, Miss Gayle Odum and Miss Georgia Baptist Hospital in Atlan-
Su-san Marchant of Bainbridge, Ga., -ta. She is presently employed in
served punch. Keeping the bride's the accounting department of ithe
book was Mrs. Ferris Tarantino. St. Joseph Telephone and Tele-
Floor hostesses were Mrs. Durel gra Company. Mr. Iaird was
Brigman, Mrs. Joe Ferrell and Mrs. graduated from Emma Sansom
J. E. McLeod. Little Misses Dianne High School of Gadsden, Ala., and
Slayton -of Birmingham and Chris attended the University of Ala-
Youngblood of *Bainbridge passed bama. He is emulovyd byiv the Vitro


rice 'bags to the -guests.
Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Dodson, maternal grand-
parents of the bride, Mrs. D. E.
Musselwhite, paternal grandmo-
ther of the bride, Mrs. Homer Mc-
Dougal -and daughter Frances; Mrs.
Grady Marchant and daughter Su-
san; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dodson
and daughter Linda; Mr. and Mrs.


Corporation.

Called To Mississippi
Mrs. Williston Chason and Mrs.


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Guerry Melton were called to of the -officers of the District may;
Louisville, Miss., Saturday due to be reached. Mrs. W. D. Jones, pres-
the death of their grandfather, W. ident of the local society, will serve
P. Hammond who was 81 years of as official hostess of the St. Joe
age. meeting and Mrs. Robert Grace,


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Billy Slayton, of Birmingham,
brother-in-law of the bridegroom
served as best man. Ushers were
David Musselwhite, brother of the
bride, Kenneth Tyler, James D.
Maddox and Bill Herring.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father and chose as matron
of honor, Mrs. Billy Slayton, sister
of the bridegroom. Bridesmaids
were Miss Delores Chism, Miss
Wanda Kennington and Miss Mil-
dred Tillman. Miss Sandra Schef-
fer, cousin of 'the bride, was Junior
Bridesmaid; Miss Cindy Wilson
was flower girl, and David Leslie
Player was ring-bearer.
The attendants wore identical
dresses of pink organza with round-
ed necklines, fitted bodice and full
waltz-length skirts. They carried
nosegays of pink carnations and
their headpieces were of pink tulle.
The 'bride's gown of white bridal
satin and lace featured a scalloped


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Woman's Society of Christian Service

Holds May Meeting Tuesday Afternoon

At the May meeting of the Wo- president of -the Graceville society,
man's Society of Christian Service hostess of the meeting there. Both
of the First Methodist Church, held meetings will begin at 10:00 a.m., n
Monday afternoon, May 3, an im- St. Joe time. Participants are ask-
pressive pledge service was pre- ed to bring sandwiches and or cook-
sented -by Mrs. Herman Dean, trea- ies. A nursery will be provided.
surer, assisted by Mrs. Norton Kil- An excellent educational program
bourn. Pledges were made at tis .has .been planned for these days.
time for the coming year. Mrs. W. The meetings will be conducted by
D. Jones presided over the meet- Mrs. E. Reese Brown of Panama
ing. City, District Secretary of Promo-
With hte election of a president tion, with all District Officers par-
an dsceretary of spiritual life, the ticipating.
new slate ,of officers was complet-
ed except for the secretary of mise,
sionary education and service. New
officers are as follows: President,
Mrs. W. D. Jones; vice-president,
Mrs. W. H. Howell, Jr.; secretary,
Mrs. Fennon Talley; treasurer, 1110
Mrs. Herman Dean; Secretaries,
promotion, Mrs. Paul Blount;
christian social relations, Mrs. J. L.
Temple; student work, Mrs. O. M.
Taylor; youth work, Mrs. B. E. q
B.awls; childrnes' work, Mrs. Leo-
nard Belin; .spiritual life, Mrs.
Charles Brown; literature and pub-
lications, Mrs. Roy Gibson; supply
work, Mrs. George Adkins; chair-
man local church activities, Mrs.
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Mrs. C. L. Costin; chairman mem-
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bu Wayne Buttram, Purvis How-
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H. R. Adams, Buel Harper, Ivy
Williams, Nettie Anchors, J. C. La- SHORTS GROUP
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Jr., Fennon Talley, Walter Duren, Many bright colors.
W. T. Mosely, Jr., Tom Byrd, Joe
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ford, Ralph Sw-ats and Mrs. Robert / /
Kerrigan, chairman.
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Pridgeon, C. W. .Johnson, Mamie
Wimberly, T. H. Stone, I. C. Nde-
ley, Lamar Jordan, Roy Gibson, B.
Rawls, Henry Geddie, A. M. Jones, J
Sr., Dudley Vaughn, Herman Dean,
0. M. Taylor, J. T. Rickebson, A.
S. Chason, George Adkins, A. J. Ow-
ens, Jim Moore, Williston Chason,
Charles Brown, R. W. Smith, Sally
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Costin. White S-tag
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Harold Odum, Edwin Ramsey, J. A ,large selection;
L. Miller, Joyce Lang, Jimmy Har- handsomely 'tailored.
prison, E. 0. Bradey, J. L. Temple, MM
Joe Hendrix, Calvin Floyd, Gordon
.Hallmark, Norton Kilbourn. Mrs. Before.You Buy -- See
John Drew, chairman. of Ladies' Sportswear.
According to Mrs. Ralph Swatt-s,
president of -the Marianna District
Woman's Society of Christian Ser-
vic'e, a-n officers' -training day will
be held 'at 'the First Methodist
Church, Tuesday of next week,
May 10, and second training dayI
in Giaceville Church the following
Thursday,-May 12 and it is hoped'
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THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1960

"With a new quadrennium begin-
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"It is extremely important that all
local officers attend one of -these
training days, even itf it means
making a personal sacrifice 'to do
so. If each of us is willing to accept
our responsibilities, this truly great
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the local Auxiliary were Mrs. P. G.
Hart, President; Mrs. Verna Smith,
treasurer; Mrs. Madaleine E. Whit-
aker, Sceretary; Mrs. Joan Moore
and Mrs. Frances Henley. Mrs.
Whitaker servde on the resolution
committee.
Two honors were bestowed on
the Unit, Mrs. Hart was appointed
Popy Chairman for the district and
Mrs. Whitaker, Past President's
Parley Chairman with instructions
to form Past Presidents Commit-
tees over the entire district.
A broiled chicken 'dinner with
all the trimmings was served a't
the close of the meeting.


S. J. Anchors to

'Attend Course
Sidney J. Anchors of Port 'St. Joe
has been invited to 'attend an ad-
vanced training course for newly
appointed field representatives to
be 'held 'at the home office of Li-
berty National Life Insurance Com-
pany in Birmingham. Alabama. Mr.
Anchors is affiliated with the Corn-,
'pany's Panama City District.
The course will be of four days
duration and will bring to the
company's representatives the lat-
est trends and techniques in sire-
vice and 'sales to the Insuring pub-
lie.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
George Jeffry Parrish is the first
child of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Par-
rish ((nee Kathy Martin) 1623 West
Call Street, Tallahassee. He was
born April 18 in the Tallahasssee
Memorial Hospital and weighed
eight pounds and 10 ozs.


American Legion an(

District Conference i

The second district Constitution-
al Conerence of the American Le-
gion and Auxiliary was held in
Lanark May 24 in the ,beautiful
American Legion Home on the out-
skirts of Lanark Village.
About 500 Legionnaires and Aux-
iliary members answered the roll
call.
Those 'attending from Port St.
Joe were F. E. Trammell, Comman-
der :of the Willis V. Rowan, Post
116 and J. S. Moore. Attending from


Doug and Malzie Baldwin

CARD OF THANKS
We wish toT-ake this opportunity
to express our heart-felt 'thanks to
Dr. Wager and the nurses at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital
for their care and kindness and to
our many friends from Port St.
Joe, Highland View and Oak Grove
for their prayers, cards, flowers
and many expressions of kindness
shown us during our stay at the
hospital.
God bless each of you.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phelps
Crescent City, Florida

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Barbara Mitchell C L A S S I F Y
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IMusic Major Retirement appears to be a sub-
jece of keen interest to a great
Miss Lorine Mitchell, fultist, and many peopl-e Everytime I touch on
a member of the rising senior class 'the matter in this column I receive
at Flora Macdonald College in Red a flock of letters from folks seek-
Springs, North Carolina, is the iag more information.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. While many planning to retire
Mitchell of Port St. Joe. The first in Florida have adequate means
flute major in the Flora Macdonald for such a move, many othres have
Conservatory of Music, Lorine was limited means in the form of a de-
the assistant soloist in the senior pendable steady income. In view
voice recital of Miss Carroll Shoe- of this fact, a large percentage of
maker, soprano, of Virginia Beach, 'the letters I receive from sincere
Va., on Monday evening, May 2 at sun-seekers contain questions about
8:15 p.m. living costs or ask about opportun-
Lorine's program included com- ities to supplement their present
positions of Bach and Caplet, and income through part-time or full.
Poem for Flute and Orchestra by time 'employment of some sort.
Charles Griffis. Her piano accom- A retired house painter with a
panist was Mary Mangrum of modest income asks about chances
Sherman, Texas. to find employment doing odd
Lorine's teacher is Miss Joyce painting jobs on his own. What re-
Bryant of the music faculty, and strictions exist, w hat licenses
Lorine is second flutist in the would be required? Woul dhe have
Fayetteville, North Carolina, Sym- trouble with a local union or from
phony Orchestra. local contractors? Similar ques-
,tions come from plumbers, electri-
CARD OF THANKS cans and others.
We wish to thank our many It is difficult to give an intelli-
friends who were so kind and gent answer. Conditions vary in
thoughtful during the recent death different localities. City ordinances
of our mother. We appreciated so are no't uniform. In some communi-
much the beautiful floral offerings, ties a person might meet no oppo-
cards and kind words, sition of any kind and be welcome
May God bless each of you. (Continued on Page 10)


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mer must have social security
cards, John V. Carey, district man-
ager of the Panama City social se-
curity office, said this week. Now
is the time to get your social se-
curity card before you start look-
ing for a job.
Age is not a factor in the need
for a social security card, Carey
continued. The very young, for ex-
ample, child movie stars and the
very old, people drawing social se-
curity, must pay social security tax
It they work in employment that
is covered. The only time that age
is a factor is where a child under
the age of 21 is working for his or
her parents-such work is not cov-


If they do not live near a social se- "- .-,.. -
curity office, they should obtain ....
the application form for a social .
security card from their nearest '.-- -
post office. The office for this area .'. -,.
is located at 1135 Harrison Avenue, .
Panama City, Florida. The tele- : '. "
phone number is POplar 3-5331. -4W "

VITRO WIVES WILL MEET "'-
WITH MRS. SHAW .
The Vitro Wives Club will meet ,.:
at the home of Mrs. Bobby L. .
Shaw at 119 Bellamy Circle at 10 '
a.a. Wednesday, May 11. '
All Vitro wives are urged to at- '
tend. FUTURE CITIZENS-Above are
the children of Mr. and Mrs.
Attend Open House M. L. Parker. They are, front,
Mrs. Cliff Robbins and daugh- left to right, Deborah Elizabeth
ters, Fran and Katie attended open age 4 and Maurice Lee, age 4.
house at Chipola Junior College In the rear is Iva Jane, age 11.
Sunday afternoon.


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Anyone who needs a social se-.ama City.
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FUTURE CITIZENS-Above are
the children of Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart H. Lyle. They are, left.
Timothy Wayne, age 1% and
Mark Stweart, 'age 3.

Return Home
Mr. 'and Mrs. W. B. Ferrell re-
turned home Monday afternoon af-
ter spending the week in Atlanta,
Georgia, where they visited their
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
St'ansburv and Mr. and Mrs. Ed


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Democratic Honer
For Floridian
Florida has been recognized
by the appointment of Mrs.
Peggy Ehrmann, Democratic
National C o m -
v.,," mitteewoman for
"--i Florida to the
A r r a n g e -
ments Committee
for the 1960
",' Democratic N a
tional Convention.
'Mrs. Ehrmann, of
'' Gainesville, will
.' help pick the key-
e o note speaker, and
''",. permanent chair-
Mrs. Ehrmannman, and plan
t h e Convention
which opens in Los Angeles on
July 11. This is the first time
in party history a Floridian has
held such an important position.
Mrs. Ehrmann, who is a can-
didate for re-election as Flor-
ida's National Committeewoman
in the ',iay 24th Primary, is
quoted as saying, "I consider
my appointment as an opportu-
nity to work towards bringing
the 1964 Democratic Convention
to Florida."
Mrs. Ehrmann, born in Flor-
ida, is the wife of W. W. Ehr.
mann, professor at the Univer-
sity of Florida. They have two
college age daughters, Gretchen
and Sally. Mrs. Ehrmann has
been active in Women's Demo.
cratic work, and is a member of
the State Democratic Committee
as well as the National Com.
inittee.

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Funeral services were held last his wife, Lucile, who were born on
Saturday at the Chires Methodist the same day and perished together
Church for Frank E. Childers and last Thursday night in their flame


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Journa[who states that a new potent, cherry flavored, anti-arthritis
and anti-inflammatory liquid analgesic, Arthropan, may eventually
replace steroids and aspirin in the prolonged treatment of pain crippling
rheumatic diseases in many patients.


A Health Insurance Institute report which states that over S billion
dollars was paid out in 1959 in health insurance benefits as against
payments of 4% billion dollars in 1958.


A series of psychological studies which revealed I /
that the food eaten by a person can affect his emotions,
show how well adjusted he is and even reflect his
emotional needs.


The 80th Anniversary of the G. F. Harvey Co., N.Y.C., one of
America's oldest drug firms and its first product, Saratoga Ointment,
a salve that has stood the test of time and is still widely used and
recommended by the medical profession in the treatment of minor
burns, eczema, diaper rash, chapped and chafed skin, superficial
wounds and bruises.


The report that food allergies could be the cause of bed wetting in
hlldren. j


The newly formed National Rare Blood Club made up of indi-
viduals with rare blood types. No fees are involved except that mem-
here may be called on to give blood to each other when needed.


A new, sweet tasting liquid compound, Probilagol, reported in the
recent American Journal of Gastroenterology, which retards gall bladder
attacks and enables individuals who suffer from this problem to eat a
greater variety of foods than they now can tolerate, as well as assures
Increased nutritional benefits from what they eat.


That sitting too long viewing TV may cause
~~_ stiff necks, gas pains and even lead to producing
; blood clots in the veins.


About the new, tasty and easy to take cocoa flavored natural bowel
corrective, Senokot, which can be eaten plain or used to make hot or
cold chocolate milk or even sprinkled on ice cream, making it the preferred
laxative for the entire family.

S* *
SA report appearing in the Pennsylvania Medical Journal which
'states that sore eyelids can be relieved by frequent shampooing of
the hair because it seems that dandruff may be the cause of the
condition,


'HE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida


THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1990


engulfed home near Chaires. They parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
were 46 last December 13. Thompson of Chaires and one bro-
Mr. Childers was a veteran em- other, Murray Thompson of Chaires.
ploye of the State Industrial Corn- Relatives of Mr. Childers' attend-
mission. He was a trustee of the ing the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs.
Chaires Methodist Church, a mem- Reuben Childers of Fort Meade;


ber of the Tallahassee Elk Lodge
and member of the Theta Chi fra-
ternity.
Mrs. Childers 'also was a veteran
employee of the State Industrial
Commission. She was a charter
member of the West Campus Home
Demonstration Club. She served in
all offices of this organization and
'took prizes with her canned foods,
nedelework and sewing. She was
intensely interested in gardening.
As a member of the Althea Circle
of the Tallahassee Garden Club
she served in every office and was
chairman of this circle at the time
of her death.


Mr. and Mrs. Pension Childers of
Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. William
Wall of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Burns, Sr., Nick Burns, Jr. and
Mrs. Mildred Lockwood of Tampa.
Friends from Port St. Joe were
Mrs. Cecil' G. Costin, Sr., Mrs. John
Robert Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Sharit and Mr. and Mrs. Hilton
Lewis and daughter Annette.
---------
CARD OF THANKS
To each of you who have been
so wondrously kind and thoughtful
of me and mine since the tragic
death of my only son and his wife


In addition to `their son, James my :heart goes out in eternal gra-
titude.
Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Childers are
survived iby his ,mother, Mrs. Es- May God bless you.
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The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
..The apoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


Even A 'New Slate' Needs Your Help
The City of Port St. Joe now has two new City Commis-
sioners. They were sworn in Tuesday night.
From appearances, these two new Commissioners ran, and
were elected, because the majority of the people of Port St. Joe
wanted a change -- or disagreed with some of the actions of
the former Commission. _____
d Far be it from us to suggest that the old Commission ever
did or was ever capable of doing what all of the people of Port
't. Joe wanted them to do. And so you will not be disappointed
in the future, we will say emphatically here and now, that the
new Commission will not do all that every person in the City of
Port St. Joe wants them to. If this was your purpose in electing
a new Commission, you may consider your purpose defeated.
It is impossible for the past Commission this new Commis-
sion, or any Commission in the future to do what all the people
in Port St. Joe want them to. It is an impossible task.
Like the past Commission -- which we personally con-
sidered one of the best in the history of Port St. Joe -- we con-
,fidently feel that the new group of Commissioners will strive to
do what they think is best for the City of Port St. Joe both from
a prsetat and a future view-point. Looking into the future is,
what meparat&s the men from the boys. What would seem ridi-
culous to us now, will be the .best thing that might happen for
the future of the City.
We urge you, as citizens of Port St. Joe, not to give this
new Commission shot shrift such as was dealt to the old group,
Neither group- deserves this type treatment. All men make mis-
takes. It is up to us to be open-minded about the actions of the
Commission. Let's thoroughly weigh every action of the Com-
mission by its merits before we are so quick to criticize.
With the proper attitude and cooperation from the people
of our City, this present Commission, or any Commission that
should be elected to serve will have the backing and the inspir-
ation to make us forge ahead.


Courage Maketh A Man
As sturdy today as they were in the days when they were
written are these admonitions penned by the philosopher King
of Poland,; Stanislaus Leszczyniski (1676-1755).
Have the courage to do without that which you do not
need, however much you may admire it.
Have the courage to speak to a friend in a "seedy" coat,
even in the street, arid when a rich one is near.
Have the courage to discharge a debt while you have the
money by you.
Have the courage to own that you are poor, and you dis-
arm poverty of its sharpest sting.
'Have the courage to admit that you have been in the
wrmr o'n rl orrm d u will remove the fact from the mind omf others


riH STAxr. Port St Joe. Fla.



THE Si


A true democracy in the home
is when your wife won't vote as you
vote.
Mine didn't.
She voted for McOarty and I
voted for Bryant.
I call it democracy-you call It
what you want.
But I'm still boss at my house.
I convinced 'my wife 'she should
vote like she wanted to-and she
did.
This will be the first election in
many years that we haven't stayed
up late to get the trend of things.
But, with this paper to get out on
Wednesday-and too many years
piling up under the belt-not to
mention a hectic month of work-
we had to give it up and go to bed
early Tuesday night.

John Robert Smith claims that
he is growing heal.hv, robust to-
mato vines in nohaiig but wood
shavings. John Robert is adding
some kind of a plant ood to the
tomatoes and he says they have
doubled their size in three weeks.
J. L. is proud of his accomplush-
nIent, I know, because he tells ev-
eryone of his accomplishment. He
Is also inviting everyone he sees
around to gaze at his wonder. We
will keep our ear to the ground and
when his tomatoes get ripe, we
will pass the word on to you and
then we will' all go to see J. R.'s
tomatoes.
No use in going now, when there
ere no samples to be had.
The other day a lady asked me
"Just why are you against voting
machines? I'm dreading the wait
Tuesday night to see who won the
elections, and there will be so
'many mistakes made in the count-
Ing."
She was, absolutely right. There
was 'a long healthy wait for the
count to be over and, no doubt,
there were some mistakes made.
One of our arguments against
the machines is the tremendous
money outlay for a machine to be
used once every two years. An-


g,' v* ..y L u other argument was graphically
putting a desirable impression in place of an unfavorable one. displayed by a picture in -the Pan-
Have the courage to laugh at your personal defects, and ama city Herald Tuesday evening.
you The Herald carried a picture of
the world will be deprived of that pleasure by being reminded a long line of people waiting to get
of its own. -. ..-, into a voting machine to cast their
ballot. Many turned aside and left
Have the courage to acknowledge your age to a day. wibalot. May turned aside thand left
Have the courage to make a will, and what is more, a through the long line, according to
just one. the accompanying article. And Bay
just one. County has 50 voting machines.
Have the courage to speak your mind when it is necessary The truth is, voting machines
that you should do so, and to hold your tongue when it is better slow up the ballot casting proce-
to be silentdure. Paper ballots are much fast-
to be silent. Ler.
Have the courage to shut your eyes to the prospect of Personally, we would rather have
a little delay in the counting and
excessive profits, and to be content with reasonable ones. a healthy vote turn-out, due to be-
Have the courage to tell a man why you will not lend him ing .able to cast a vote.
Somebody is going to point to
money. the crowded conditions in the re-
Have the courage to show your preference for honesty, cent city election at poll closing
in whatever guise it appears; and your contempt for vice, though tims hO ca l ou hey carowd
it be surrounded by attractions. all vote at once. But, this crowded
Have the courage to avoid the most agreeable acquaintance condition lasted only duriong the
traditional heavy voting period for
you possess, when he convinces you that he lacks principle. Port St. Joe. The picture in the
Have the courage to acknowledge ignorance of any kind; Hera ld was taken in :the middle of
,the day, when you -can walk upp to
everybody will immediately doubt you and give you more credit any polling place in Gulf County
than any false pretensions could secure, and cast your vote immediately.
Have the courage .to wear your garments till you can We read much in the papers
pay for new. these 'days regarding whether or
Have the courage to ask a visitor to excuse you when his not 'to provide dter wth h is
presence interferes with your convenience. I securital rorance through the social
Have the courage to be as independent as you can be and Many oppose this plan saying
to act independently when you may. the earnings ceiling could be hiked
to act independently when you may. allowing the oldsters to earn
Have the courage to obey your Maker, at the risk of being' enough supplemental money to pay
ridiculed, for their own insurance should any
These suggestions aren't "old hat" it's just been so older person be so foolish as to let
long since most of us have lived up to the old tradition of truth that much age creep up on them
without having previously taken
that we don't recognize it as the accepted code of living any more. out hospital insurance.
S.... .. --Exchange] But that's neither here nor there.


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by Wh $.EY R. RAMSEY

Cecill Where's our cigar?
The campaigning out at the Port
St. Joe High School for Student
Body President is going great guns.
These kids are great campaigners.
All week long the candidates
have 'been coming into The Star
office getting campaign cards
printed up and sign board to paint
their campaign .promises on.
From observing their methods of
getting elected, these kids are go-
ing to give the adult politicians
plenty of trouble in a few years.
The students are not like their
adult forbears in another sense.
Theyhave practically all register-
ed to vote in the student election..
And they will all probably cast
that vote. If these 'elections con-
vince the students of nothing but
the fact that they should register
and cast their vote, the time and
money spent carrying out these
elections will be -time and money
well spent


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The social security people tell
us to ,be sure to claim our social
security payments, because we
have paid for them. They are pur-
chased just like ,a ,retirement in-
surance program, say the social
security people.
The thing we can't understand is
if this money is ours, bought and
paid for, why are there restrictions
on earnings at the time of receiv-
ing the earned payments? No in-
surance company -on earth bases
its payments on a matured policy
on the amount of income earned.
Either social security people should
go ahead and admit that social se-
curity is socialistic or call it in-
surance and make the payments
regardless of the earning situation.
Of course, this would eliminate a
whale of a lot of bookkeeping to
keep these different categories
straight. We can't have anything
doing away with unnecessary gov-.
ernment jobs.
CARD OF THANKS
Karl Marshall, a recent patient
in the hospital, offers 'his thanks to
Doctors Wayne and Joe Hendrix,
,te nurses at the hospital and his
many friends for their kindness
during his recent illness.
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NEWS FROM Thle Cadets from feighand View
attending were Danny Glass, Betty
Highland View Creamer, Ann Woods, Sara, Wil-
By HAZEL CREAMER liam and Sharmon Brannon and
By HAZEL CREAMER Raymond and Donnell Holland.
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Clinton Cox and Jimmy Cox vis-
ited friends and relatives in Talla-
hassee and Sopchoppy last week.
Mr. 'and Mrs. James Kelley and
children visited in Panama City
rin,. ithw eek end witr h Mr. and


Games were played and a great
fellowship period was enjoyed by
140 Cadets. Lunch was served at
the noon hour. Rev. Harthern was
assisted by the co-workers and par-
ents who attended.
R. A. NEWS


Mrs. Archie Dickinson and family. The Highland View R. A. Chap-
Rev. Charles Harthern, W. C. ter met Monday night, May 2. The
Miles, Henry Butts, George Ram- meeting was opened by prayer and
sey and Warren Yeager attended tle scripture reading. The program
funeral services for Willie Sapp was 'entitled. "The Storm". The
Thursday at Hard Labor Church story -took place in Japan. The
near Chipley. Mr. Sapp was a resi- members present were: Larry
dent of Oak Grove. Richter, Jerry Branch, Danny Ralf
Friends .of W. H. Weeks will be field, Wayne O'Brian, Larry
interested in knowing he is home Branch, Pat O'Brian, Jerry Har-


and doing fine after undergoing
surgery at the Municipal Hospital
last week.
: Doyle Glass was in Dothan, Ala-
,bama Friday for a medical check-
up. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Hoke Glass and Mrs. C. C. Peter-
son.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Batson and
daughter are visiting this week
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. Batson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson and
daughter and Sandra Lee spent the
week end in dWestville with friends
and relatives.
Mary Cox returned to Brewton,
Alabamia after with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Cox.
Friends of J. T. Rentz will re-
gret to learn of his illness but
hope for him a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Herman Stripling visited
Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. L. H.
Kelley ,and family.
SMr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams
were in Panama City Saturday on
business.
Mrs. Robert Mullinax and chil-
dren visited friends in Carrabelle
Friday and Saturday.
Rev. Charles Harthern honored
the Christian Cadets of the Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church
with a picnic Saturday at mthe Bap-
tist Camp site in Panama City.


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MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
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READERS

In the past we caught a rela-
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to the automobile and larger
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Port St. Joe, Florida

Minutes of the
County Commission

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
APRIL 26, 1960
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County, Florida met
this date in.regular session with
the following members present: E.
C. Harden, Sr., .Chairman, Coleman
W!. Tharp.e, A. J. Strickland and G.
S. Croxton. The Clerk, Sheriff, At-
torney and Engine.r were also
present.
The meeting came to order at
6.:0i p..m. and the following pro-
(eedings were had.
Comm. OCroxton presented an
agreement on the two trucks own-
ed; by the estate .of: ack Justice,
deceased and stated that this agree-
ment was made pursuant to the
previous -agreement of the mem-
bers of this Board; that he is hap-
py to atate that the County can
'eit theale trucks at $50.00 per.
month per unit; that both trucks
are practically new and that the
original cost of each truck was
about $5,000.00; that these trucks
will serve the urgent need in do-
ing the necessary repair work on
the roads and streets that were se-
verely damaged by rain and high
water; that he regrets that this
agreement -was not 'obtained in
time to have filed it at the last
meeting.
J. D. Stafford and Earl Peake
appeared before the Board and told
of a drainage problem in the sixth
street area of Bay View Heights
subdivision. Mr. Stafford told that
this problem has existed over a
lang period of time and that sev-
eral County Commissioners prom-
ised that the problem would be cor-
rected. After discussion, the Chair-
man announced that this appears
to be a State 'Road Department


Too Late....
(Continued From Page 5)
in the community.
Larger cities usually have rigid
inspection regulations, require stiff
license fees and do not encourage
the individual odd jobber, but in
rural areas or suburban areas many
opportunities 'exist.
If a person is 'honest and con-
scientious and alert to opportuni-
ties he can always find a way to
supplement his income. It cannot
be done sitting in a rocking chair
and wishing. You have to have
some imagination and be on the
lookout for the chance to pick up
an extra dollar.
For example, I know a widow
who has developed a steady income
cleaning windows. She is not in the
window wasihng business, but no-
ticing all the new homes .under con-
struction and overhearing a con-
tractor tell of the difficulty he was
having in getting help in cleaning -
new windows, 'she approached him
with the suggestion that she would
like to try 'and hlep him solve his
problem.
He was 'amazed as he had been
,depending on common labor, most-
ly Negro, and had found their work
for the most part unsatisfactory.


problem because Sixth Street is
owned by th eState; that the Coun-
ty cannot do any maintenance on
this road or the right of way. How-
ever, the State Road Department
Maintenance Engineer will be con-
tacted on April 27 and requested to
correct this drainage problem at
once.
The Board instructed the Clerk
to add the following names to the
Indigent roll: Laura Kemp $15.00
and Mae Odom $10.00.
Comm. Strickland 'discussed the
possibility of 'obtaining a site for
a Wayside Park somewhere on ,the
new road running from Wewahitch-
ka to the Apalachicola River.
Comm. Tharpe discussed a pro-
posed boat landing 'site where the
-State Road right 'of way enters the
canal at White City on the South
side of 'the Bridge: The State Road
Department will be contacted on
tl:is matter.

.The Board ordered the Clerk to
pay the Municipal Hospital of Port
St. Joe, Florida $75.00, represent-
ing part payment on a hospital bill
for Lonnie Barnes of Port St. Joe.
The Board approved certain de-
ductions to the 1959 tax roll, due
to errors in extending the roll. To-
tal deduction was as follows: David
W. Rayburn $44.28; Troy W. Hall,
Jr., $84.42 and Estelle Battles
$28.34. These amounts were added
in the taxable roll, but should have,
been on thle Homestead exempt
roll.
There being no further business
to come before the Board, the meet-
in'g did then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Chairman


He could hard-ly believe that this something and is willing to work
woman of culture end refinement at it, things usually work out be-
would consider such a job. yond their expectations.
'She assured him she would like Among my acquaintances is an
to try and they arrived at a price lederly handy man whom I call on
per window for 'a number of new when I need some one to do an odd
homes he was just completing. She job. He is thoroughly dependable
went at the task in a business like ,and whatever he does I know it is
manner. Learned all she could done right. He works only a few


about paint solvents, cleaners, and
methods, trying one after another
,until she perfected one that en-
abled her to do the work quickly
and efficiently. She works on her
own time and has found that the
venture is a profitable one and her
work enjoyable. Sounds fantastic,
I know, but where there is a will,
'there is a way and when a person
has a real desire to accomplish


hours a day and is slow but he
prices his work accordingly and he
is so trustworthy and does such
excellent work that I find it com-
forting to know that he is 'available
when needed for carpenter work,
painting or repairing. He has all
the work he wants and with his
earnings to supplement his small
income he is happy.
These are but two examples of


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MRS. BRYANT HONORED--Left to right are hostesses and
honoree at a coffee given in honor of Mrs. Farris Bryant last
Tuesday: Mrs.' Bill Cowden, Mrs. W. T. Mosely, Mrs. Farris
Bryant, Mrs. Will Ramsey, Mrs. James McNeill and Mrs. Bill
Quarles, Jr. (Star photo)


First Baptist
WMS Meets
The WMS of the First Baptist
Church-met at the church Monday
afternoon for the monthly business
meeting. Mrs. C. E. Martin was in
change. The meeting opened with
prayer .by Mrs. Richard Saunders.
,' The minutes were read and cir-
cle ,'ad *committee reports were
given.
SIt was announced that the next
meetingg would be Monday, May 9
at 8:00 p.m. at the church.
The day Circles and night Cir-
cles will meet -together for the
Royal Service program.
'The meeting closed with prayer
by Mrs. John Rich.

Rebekahs Have


Mrs. Farris Bryant Honored With Monthly Meeting
Coffee Party Here Last Tuesday of Melody Rebekah
Club No. 22 held their monthly
-- meeting in the home of Mrs. Vir-
Approximately 150 women in beautifully decorated with an ar- ginia Smith. Mrs. Susie Chason
-Gulf County met and talked with rangement of carnations, 'baby's opened 'the meeting with prayer.
Mrs. Julia Bryant at an informal breath and sweetheart roses in an The president, Lois Daniell, spre-
coffee in the home of Mrs. W. T. antique epergne. The living room sided -over the business ,session.,
Moseley, Jr., on' 'Monument Ave- was further complimented with Mrs. Smith presented *a lovely
nue between 2:00 'and 4:00 *p:m.. floral arrangements., of glads, roses planter for the door prize which
Tuesday, May 26. and mums in varying shades of was won by Mrs. Flora Long.
Mrs. Mostly' and Mrs. James T. pink, while the sun room was dec- The meeting was, closed with
-McNeill received the ,guests at the oiorated with spring flowers and .prayer by Mrs. Long.
ddoor, and presented, them to. Mrs. plants. A social hour followed with Mrs.
Bryant,. who was' lovely-in a pink Mrs. Bryant-was honored earlier Smith serving delicious refresh-
linen Piin.w. c-.-'dress with white in the day when she was gu'-)st ments to Mrs. Flora Long, Ruth
accessories. She wore a 'corsage of" of the ladies of Apalachicola in the 'McCormick, Lois Daniell, Jessie
white carnations and baby'-s breath. dining room of the Grill at a coffee Owens, Addle Goodson, Susie Cha-
Ser.ni; s. ,floor osteasses- were under 'the direction of Mrs. Sonny son, Lessie V. Byrd, Juanita Poite-
Mr,. Jouii Drew, chairman 'of the. Shuler. vi'nt 'and Hulene Thames.
coffee, Mrs. John Williams, Mis. ; The Gulf County Women Work- -----
Tomn Parker, Jr., Mrs. Bill Cow- ers foi Farris Bryant entertained on A
den Mrs. indsey T e, Mrs. her at a luncheon at the City Re- Mr. OOn Attends
WilliamQuarles, Jr.,.and Mrs. Phil-,-
ip Chatham. Mrs. Will Ramsey, taurant.oThe luncheon was approp- G l, Met
Oh* t Mrs.WillRamy,. rv o ooo~o Garden Club Meet
Mrs. Joe Sharit and Mrs. Ltwrence riately included with a cake hon-
Bateman poured coffee 'at a table oring -Mrs. Bryant on her birthday. Mrs. Thomas A. Moon, .president
.. .of t1he Port St. Joe Garden Club a't-
announce the birth of 'a son, tended the Presidents Conference
Charles Anthony on April 28. of District Two in Chipley on Ap-
Mr. 'and Mrs. David Forest ril 27.
SS:prague announce the birth of a The meeting was held in Chip-
son, David 'Forest on April 28. -ley's First Baiptist Church. Mrs.
(All births occurred at the Moon reports a most instructive
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.) and -entertaining meeting, not only
Sf- for the presidents but for all Gar-
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Land an- Visitors From Colorado den Club members.
ounce the :..birth of a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Art Phurrough and Each Garden Club of District
Vickie Dianne on May 2. daughter, Eve, ,are visiting Mr. and Two made reports, for-the closing
Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Boyd Neel -Mrs. Karl Marshall and Karl, Jr. year.
announce the birth of a son, Keith 'The Phurroughs live in Denver, Local club members attending
:,,r.oi:,n.r;. uon April 30. olorado. They will .be here this were Mrs. Harry V. Forehand, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil .G. Costin, Jr., 'week and next week. Fred Maddox, Mrs. A. S. Chason


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Terms are budget-tailored.


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ARE CONFIDENTIAL

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at Port St. Joe
Member FDIC and
Florida National Group


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r' "" "EVENING
| Friday & Saturday 8 p.m.-1 1 p.rm. ,
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JAYCEE and from the
AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE I
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and Mrs. W. C. McKissack of Car-
rabelle, and a member of the local
club.
Visiting Chasons
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Williston
Chason and children is Mrs. Cha-
son's mother, Mrs. Roy Hammond
from Mississippi.


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Newport heirloom type
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Choose from knit or regular cot-
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Leather Oxfords
$2.88 to $4.88
Sizes 8!/2 to 3 ... 3 to 6.
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Port St. Joe High School Listf Hono

Roll for Fifth Six Week Period


Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School reports
the following list of pupils who
made the honor roll list for the
fifth six weeks term of ,the 1959-
60 school year.
All students listed have made
high quality marks in citizenship
as well as academic work.
ALL A's
8A-David Porter.
HiA-Mary Jane Bobbitt.
12A-Barbara Eells and Norma
Hobbs.
12B-Jon Harpold and Cindy Car-
bonneau.
ALL A's and B's
7A-Linda Ordorqui, Bobby Ant-
ley, Wayne Braxton, Morris Butt-
ram, Bob Craig, Pete Fox, Ricky
Godfrey, Charles Thomas, Billy
Wager, Cecelia Creech, Paula Lov-
ett, Connie Mahan, Patsy Prince
and Marie Rhames.
7B-Jimmy Burns, Michael Mc-
Kenna.
7C-Phillis Smith, Douglas Hall-
man, Leon Hobbs, John Kimbrel,
Myron Merritt, Ellis Stevens and


Forest Van Camp.
SB-Nan Davis.
SC-Wayne Bryant, Jimmy Gain-
nie, Billy Moore, Johnny_ Oakes,
Sonny Ward and Ted Kaufman.
8D--Goerge Albert Whittington.
8E-Jerry Peak a n d George
Dykes.
9A-Gene McCormick.
9C-Mabel Stone and Johnny
Chafin. .
10A-Richard Thompson, Mickey
Thompson, Kay Creech, Fred
Joines and Freddy Bowdoin.
10B-Frank Ruckman and Bob-
by Adams.
11A-Rodney Spaulding.
11B-Bo Williams.
11C-Tom Watt.s
12A-Glenn Alligood, David Mus-
selwhite, Jimmy Redd, Coral Lee
Armstrong, Jo Ann Coker, Diane
Lay and Diana McKnight.
12B-Bob Dennis, Connie Chason,
Tommy Kennington, Carrie Jo
Fletcher, Frank Griffin, Dot As-
belle, Terry Porter, Steve Wheal-
ton.
120C-Ed Bobbitt, Norman Buch-


To The People of Gulf County:

Many Thanks for the fine vote of confi-
dence you supported me with in re-elect-
ing me as your State Representative.


CECIL G. COSTING, Jr.





To The Voters of Gulf County:

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you
for the vote and support I received. To my many
friends who worked hard in my behalf, I will for-
ever be grateful. To the candidates in the run-
off, I wish you the best of luck.
Thank You One and All

T. 0. (Tater) POITEVINT


BU y Ww. ml, b Kur!, MAU,.
Pit2patrick, Alie Jean Gay, Fran-
ces *Spears and Betty Ward.


Cub Scout Pack
Participates In Area
Cub Scout Track Meet

Last Saturday, April 30, CubI
Scout Pack 47 of Port St. Joe par-
ticipated In- the Lake-Sands Dis-
trict Field Meet held at Tommy Oli-
ver Stadium in Panama City.
The following Cubs represented
Pack No. 47:
Knapp Smith, Willie Ramsey,
Marc Bradley, Bobby Elli y, Joe
Hendrix, Ed Scisson, Jim 'Fensom,
Jrery Nichols, David Ewing and
Freddy Anderson.
The boys took first place in:
75 yard race, 35 yard race and the
wheel barrow race. They took see-
ond in .the 35 yard race. Third place
was taken in the sack race, wheel
barrow race and the three legged
race. The local Cubs tied for third
In the running high jump- and the
running abroad Jump.
Taking the Scouts to Panama
City were-Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Scis-
son, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Nichols,
Mrs. E. 0. Bradley and Paul Fen-
*0M.

Registration of Pre-
School Children May 13

Pre-School registration will be
held Friday, May 13. All parents
are urged to bring their pro-school
children (who will be six years old
iby January 1, 1961) to the Port
St. Joe Eementary School' or re-
I gistration. Registration will be held
in the primary building from 8:15
a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
It is very important for you to
register your childM i he will be in
school next year. With the informa-
tion that the 'school receives from
this registration, the school offi-
cials are ,better able to make con-
crete plans for next year. If your
child is registered, you will be no-
tified by card this summer stating
the date and time for him to re-
port for the testing program. Fail-
ure to register your child very of-
ten delays him in pupil placement
and takes from him the opportun-
ity to take his placement or rdadi-
ness tests in a controlled enviroit-
ment.
It is important that you bring
the birth certificate or certified
copy of 'birth for your child. No
rgeistration.will 'be complete with-
out 'this information.
Principal Hubert Richards said,
"Cooperation of our patrons in
years past has been plendid and
I know that you will continue to
work with us in making the best
possible school environment for
our boys and girls."


0. A. Corofation

Girls from Port St. Joe, Highland
View and White City attending the
Junior Girls' Auxiliary Coronation E
at the First Baptist Church in Pan- I
ama City were Jennifer Kennedy, 1
Linda Graham, Sue McCormick, (
Anita Harbuck, Judy Graham, Sha-
ron Davis, Judy Williams, Ann Har-
per, Becky Hendrix, Carol Alii-
good, Edith McLawhon, Cecile
Boone, Beth Kimbrel, Evelyn Dock- j
ery and Catherine Ramsey.
Mrs. W. M. Chafin of Port St. I
Joe was in charge of presentation
of Charges and Crowns.


Chamber Meeting
(Continued from page 1)
ed and equipped to serve Port St.
Joe in any case of natural or civil I
emergency. He said that the local
,the past three weeks due to the
disturbances in Tallahassee.
Howell said ,another asset the
Guard affords for this area is the
1$40,577.10 payroll and operational
budget spent by the local combined
Unit.
Howell pointed out that his unit
was the first in the nation- to at-
tempt absentee drill meetings. Two
meetings each monht, Port St. Joe
members drill in Port St. Joe and
Apalachicola boys in Apalachicola.
Since the initiation of this ;plan,
many Guard units throughout the
U. S. now practice this type drill
routine.
REPORTS GIVEN
Several reports were heard 'by
the Chamber from several commit-
tee chairmen. G. F. Lawrence of
the membership committee report-
'ed 137 paid up members. Ed Eells
reported the activities of 'the Mer-
lhants Division. Harry H. Saunders
of the industrial development re-
ported that the recent article con-
cerning Port St. Joe's industrial
potential' published recently in the
"Chemical News" will 'be reprinted
and distributed by the St. Joe Pa-
per Company. George Wimberly re-
ported on the city improvements.
S. L. Barke gave the treasurer's
report. Bob King reported from the
housing committee, warning of
'the depletion of 'building lots avail-
able. John Robert Smith reported
that all present construction on
the boat basin had been paid for.
L. S. Bissett announced that the
statistical committee is initiating
a. statistical survey &< Port St. Joe.
Gannon Buzzett, in' charge of
military affairs for the Chamber
had charge of the program.
Approximately 150 attended 'the
meeting.


CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
cottages. $45 per month. Ander.
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tic
FOR LEASE: Building approxi-
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. Costing.


FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. tfc-4-7
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14
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. tfc4-14
FOR RENT: House at 205 12th St.
Call BAll 7-5151. ltc
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment for couple only. Call Mrs.
Morgan Jones, 7-7641. ttic--5
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-4-14
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house
on 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 houses. 3tc-4-7
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491
FOR SALE: 28 foot cabin cruiser.
Inboard motor, completely over-
hauled. Head, 2 bunks. $500. ee
John Smith 'at Smith's Radio and
TV. Phone 7-5591. tfc
FOR SALE: 14' runabout solid ma-
hogany boat, 35 hp. Johnson mo-
tor, elect. Gator 'trailer. All in 1st
class condition. $950.00. Phone
7-9021 or see at 1033 McClellan
Ave. litp



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Port St. Joe, Florida


~ ~ t '~ II STAh, PGAOt t. Joi 01i4a THURODAYt MAY S19-0
lattg heAtsand Sa Eal. fia 6 aM
metal stand. Changing to gas heat. FOR YOUR WATKINS Produtsa R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward Ave- needs call 0-1195 or write W. L. St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
hue. Phone BARl 7-3041. Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. 4-21 I., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom bunga- FOR SALE: Boucher house on David H. Jones, High Priest.
low. Extra- large carport and Mexico Beach. House, lot and Joel Lovett, Secretary
storage room, breezeway, patio, furniture, $8500. Apply. Mexico
lifetime roof, hardwood floors, Beach office, phone 648-3111. 2tc LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
arg eliving-dining area, large pon- hour. Cut your lawn and let me
deroso pine kitchen, attic fan. 606 FOR SALE: Top soil, and driveway worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Garrison Ave. Phone 7-4211 for ap- clay. Lot clearing. Call "Bud" Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
tointment $14.500.00. Owens, phone 648-4348. 4tp-4-28 son, Phone 7-7501.


JUST VACATED at St. Joe Beach, FOR SALE: Choice beach lots.
2 bedroom house, furnished. $75. Cleared and ready to build on.
month. Also 3 bderoom furnished $650 to $950. On St. Joe Beach. Bud i
house. Has auto. washing machine. Ownes, phone 648-4348. 4tp-4-28
$100. mo. J. D. Clark, phone 7-4156. FOR SALE: D-2 Caterpillar front
FOR SALE: Jeep pick-up tr.uck. It end loader. Good condition. C. M.
runs. $100.00. Phone 7-4093. Parker' Mexico Beach Station, Pa-
ama City. Phone 648-3111, Port jSt. *
FOR SALE: Two and three bed- Joe. 2tc-4-28
room house at Mexibo Beach.
Call 9-1113. tfc-3-31 F YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for afiything
FOR SALE you need in your home. STOP and
Nice home located on two lots SWAP SHOP.
on Woodward Ave. 3 bedrooms, one SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
bath, big living room, big kitchen Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
and dining room, carport, storage quick expert service. tfe
room and breezeway, hardwood LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
floors, 1440 square feet of living Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
area exclusive of carport and stor- Fourth St. Meeting night every
age room. Can finance under GI or other Monday.
FHA.
4 new homes located on Cypress THERE WILL BE a regular comn-
Avenue. Paved streets, curb and munication of Port St.. Joe Lodge
sidewalks, financed under GI only. No. 111, F&AM every first and
Nearly completed. third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
3 bedroom home located on two ,
lota on 10th Street.
2 bedroom home at Howard
Creek and all furnishings, $4,750. ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
PRIDGEON AGENCY POPE FENDLEY, Sec.
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 All Mater Masons cordially invited
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house,
corner 10th and Palm Blvd.
across from Elementary School.
Call or see Bill Cowden, BAll Friends Of Gulf
7-2554. My Friends of Gulf
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at I appreciate the vote I r,
217 7th St. Call 7-7846 for Infor-
mation. 4tc-3-24 effort to become your SI
-r_-lpaprm-


FOR SALE: 5 horsepower, 220 volt,
General Electric motor. 1800 rpm !
full loaded. In good condition. $100.1
Or we will horse trade you. See at
The Star. Phone 7-3161.
FOR SALE: 25 footcabin cruiser
with ,65 hp motor. Sleeps two,
bead, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.


WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,


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


BAll 7-3161


County:
received from you in my
sheriff. Even though we
nbpr heir e hif- to serve


S... id not win, plt ease remem ILAer, we are AAre V ., o-,v
"all of the people of Gulf County. When you think
of Real Estate and Insurance, think of .

E. TOM PRIDGEON


omy Friends




of ulf County





Who Voted For Me

I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your


support.


To you good people who voted for the other fine


men in the Governor's race, who are not in the


Second Primary I respectfully ask you to join


hands to elect me so that I may give all of Florida


four good years of progressive government.


There will be no difference in my thanks and ap-


preciation for the friends who voted for me in the


First Primary than those who will vote for me in


the Second Primary.


I ask all of you people to join hands in electing


me and I promise you four years of progressive


Government for all of Florida.











GOVERNOR


To The People of Gulf County
I wish to offer my thanks to the many people of
Gulf County who cast their vote in my behalf in
this my first venture into politics. Your support in
placing me third in a field of five was very much
appreciated.

C. W. LONG


My Friends & Fellow Voters


of GULF COUNTY

I wish to express my appreciation to the voters of Gulf
County who stood by me so faithfully, placing me in the lead in the
May Third Democratic Primary Election.

I earnestly and sincerely solicit those who supported Jesse
Anderson and T. 0. Poitevint to join forces with us and let's go for-
ward to victory in the Second Primary Election.

I also would like for those who supported my opponent
to check my character, reputation and qualifications especially
those who supported him because you were not acquainted with me.

Let's go forward to victory and to making Gulf County the
best place in the world to live.

I thank you and I'll not let you down.



VOTE FOR-



Leo Kennedy


FOR



County Commissioner

DISTRICT NUMBER FIVE


In The Forthcoming Primary


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