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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 19, 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 t IALiSS-LeI'a keep
it v-nere we can speak with it
once in awhile--Trade with
your home town merchants


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR JORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1960 NUMBER 34





2nd Primary Vote Set Tuesday, ay 24


INK NEW CONTRACT- P :. turned ,,,',: J ,,; _: ,.,i' Ahi l ,lIi, Cii;!,LU i C,..i.r i i .,, 1d I*
United Mine Workers. Union .as 'they signed a two-year working" agreement last Thursday 'afternoon
settling a .seven-day-old strike. Seated from left to right are Adam Mair, UMW representative of Mo-
bile, Ala., LeRoy Stokes, local Union President, Fred A. DeMnaestri, Michigan Chemical Vice-President
and Silas R. Stone, Michigan Chemical legal representative. Standing, left to right are: Franklin D.
Gargus, Gerald A. McGill, Jr., Lewis 0. Presnel, Barney E. McCormick, Bruce L. Dwiggins, Robert L.
McKiernan, Bennie J. Corbin, Mark M; Frimodig, plant manager and Frank M. Curti&s, Michigan Chem-
ical Personnel Director. (Star photo)


Michigan Chemical and UMW


Sign Two-Year Agreement


Polling Places

Remain Same

Gulf County's voters will go to
the polls on Tuesday, May 24 to
make their selections in the sec-
ond primary Democratic election.
On the ballot are-from Gulf
County: County Commissioner,
District One, W. C. Roche and
incumbent A. J. Strickland; Dis-
trict Three, incumbent G. S. Crox-
ton and T. D. Whitfield; in Dis-
trict Five, incumbent George W.
Cooper and Leo Kennedy.
For School Board Member, Dis-
trict 2, Roy V. Harper and incum-
bent Carter Ward.
Of especial interest to the vot-
ers of the area is the Senate race
between Dempsey Barron and
Carl R. Gray both of Panama
City.
And of course, the entire state
is awaiting with bated breath
the outcome of the race between
Farris Bryant and Doyle E. Carl-
ton, Jr., for Governor; Tom Ad-
ams and Buster ,Hancock for
Commissioner of Agriculture and
Tom Adams and Jess Yarbrough
for Secretary of State.
Polling places will be the same
as in the May 3 primary and the
.polls will be open frm 7:00 a.m.
to 7:00 p.m.
A sample ballot may be found
,on page five of this Issue.


Paul RevelOl

Dies From


Members of the United Mine Workers Local union went Tndall Jets To Heart Attack
back to work last 'Thursday morning after voting -Wednesday 'yn PletS St.J
night to accept an agreement offered by Michigan- Chemical Fly Over St. 'Joe was taken by death about 2:00Sat.
Corporation, ending a week old strike against the new Port St. Monday following a heart attack.
Joe industry. The Union settled for a two-year working contract This Saturday, May 21 is Revelle and a friend, Charlie
giving an immediate five-cent-an-hour raise with a pay raise of Armed Forces Day throughout Roberts of Panama City -and for-
eight cents after a year. The agreement was close to the first the Nation. merely of Port St. Joe were in Mar-
Company offer to the Union at the start of negotiations. In observance of this day, Tyn- anna Sunday, driving Revelle's
Company of dall Air Force Base is scheduling car. As they started 'home, Revelle
Union and Company negotiating its usual day of activities to ad- complained that 'he wasn't feeling
teams came to agreement late 14. Guarantees double time .pay quaint the public with the Tyn- well and .asked Roberts to drive
last Wednesday evening. The Un- on Sunday if employee works six dall installation and its purpose. while ,he laid down it the back
ion negotiators called an immediate days prior to Sunday. seat.
meeting of the members and voted 15. Extra pay for 'shift employees The Tyndall Base will also The two started toward Panama
to accept the terms offered. working on first and third shifts. send a flight of F-101 Voodoo and City, where Revelle was to leave
Union Local .president, Leroy 16. Equitable distribution of ov- F-102 Delta Dagger and the 6-106 Roberts. Upon arrival at Panama
Stokes signed the contract for the ertime. Delta Dart over Port St. Joe in City Roberts urged Revelle to go
workmen Thursday afternoon at 17. Protection against abuse. formation on this date at 10:15 to a doctor, but Revelle declined,
2:30 ,p.m. officially ending the 18. Holiday Pay: Guarantees a.m. The planes will fly over Port saying 'he was feeling better, but
strike. 40 hours minimum pay per week St. Joe at 1,000 feet and will fly not well enough to drive. He pre-
'Michiga4 Chemic.al Corporation during any week in which a holl- slow enough as not to create any vailed upon Roberts to bring him
Vice-President, Fred DeMaestri day occurs. "sonic boom" effects. on 'to Port St. Joe.
gave orders for an immediate re- 19. Guarantees 2 times base The jet formation will include On the way to Port S.t Joe, Re-
sumption of production with union rate to employees who work on a 25 jet aircraft. velle had a spasm in the back seat
workers-to *be called back to work holiday. Colonel Jacob W. Dixon, com- of 'the car and died. Roberts 'hur-
as they were needed. DeMaestri 20. Guaranteed 4-hour report-in mending officer at Tyndall con- tried on to Port St. Joe and went
told The Star Tuesday that he ex- pay. tacted Mayor J. L. Sharit early immediately to the police station
pected all the workers to be back 21.. Arrangements for overtime this week to notify city officials to .ask ,police to call a doctor. Pat-
on-the job by yesterday. meals at Company expense and the of their intentions. The Mayor, rolman George Kemp told Roberts
Negotiating for the Michigan eating of these meals on Company of course, welcomed the fly-over to take Revelle on to the Hospital,'
Chemical Corporation were Vice- time. in observance of Armed Forces where he was pronounced dead on
President DeM.aestri; Personnel 22. Group Insurance-Contribu- Day. arrival.
Director, Frank M. Curtiss; plant tory with Company paying over -----Bruises about ,the head and face
manager Mark Frimodig and Bruce half of the costs. Company carries Kiwanis Lt.-Gov. of Revelle (which he apparently
L. Dwiggins. Silas R. Stone acted the cost of collecting employees Visits Local Club .sustained when he 'had his .spasm)
as legal counsel for the Company. premium payments. Group insur- prompted -Sheriff Byrd Parker to
Negotiators for the union were ance includes: Life Insurance, Kiwanis Lt. Governor Pat Culp call coroner Sam Husband for an
Adam Mair of Mobile, United Mine Weekly Sick Income, Hospital Ex- of Panama City was on hand at the inquest. Husband impounded a
Workers representative; LeRoy Pense Payments, Surgical Pay- Tuesday meeting of the Port St. coroner's jury, which took a look
Stokes, union president; Franklin ments. Joe Kiwanis Club and talked to at 'the bruises and asked for an
D. Gargus, Gerald A. McGill, Jr., 23. Allows for Military Service, the membership briefly. autopsy.
Lewis O0. Presnell, Barney E. Mc- Union, Sick, Funeral and Jury Culp congratulated the local or- Revelle's body was taken to Poan-
Cor.mick, Robert L. McKiernan, Duty leave of absence without loss ganization for their activities and ama City Tuesday .afternoon where
and Bennie J. Corbin. of seniority. their Club grade. He reported to Dr. A. Ralph Monaco performed the
CONTRACT ITEMS 24. Arranges for Union to 'have them .the death of Governor Ed autopsy and ruled that Revelle
Benefits included in the new representation on Safety Commit- Newell of West Palm Beach and of di"e of natural causes I-or a con-
contract include: tee. the election of a new Governor, gs ve hearts of falure. lay e reported
1. Hourly wage rates which are 25. Safety protection. Richard Merritt of Pensacola. no signs 'of foul play.
comparable to existing area prac- 26. Broad recall rights. Culp urged that. the Kiwanians, Revelle was an employee of the
tices. 27. Allows for a grievance pro- as individuals, take an active part Floyd Chevrolet Company of Port
2. Hourly wage rates which are cedure in event an employee be- in elections on May 24. He urged St. Joe, being employed in 'the
above our closest competitor. lives 'he has been or is being un- their continued support of civic ac- paint and body shop of that firm.
3. Two year contract protection. fairly treated. tivities and interest in the improve-' He is survived by one brother,
4. Five cents increase effective 28. Procedure for establishing 'ment of 'their town. Sgt. Burnie R. Revelle, stationed
at once. rates for new jobs. Guests of the club were Joe Wha- with the U. S. Army in San Anton-
5. Eight cents increase after one ------ ley 'and Terry Porter of the Key io, Texas land an aunt, Mrs. Ivey
year. Bryant-Carlton Debate Club; Tommy Ford of Port St. Joe; Williams of Port St. Joe.
6. Vacations: one week after one Toiht Over WJDM Byron Petty of Panama City and Funeral arrangements were in-
year. Two weeks after three years. onig ver Ed Crusoe of Tallahassee. complete at press time yesterday'
7. Seniority protection. Television viewers of this area aftenroon.
Comforter Funeral Home or Port.
8. Seniority preferences. will have the opportunity to wit- Methodists To Vote St. Joe is in charge of arrange-
9. Guaranteed 4-hour minimum ness a TV debate by the two con- On Building Plans ments.
call-in pay. tenders for the Governor's seat
10. Collect dues for the Union by tonight from 9:00 until 9:30 p.m. Official plans of the new educa- The Port St. Joe Presbyterian
payroll deduction. I over WJDM, Channel 7. The de- tional unit for the First Methodist Church invites all church mem-
11. Guarantees 1 times base bate is being presented as a pub- Church will be presented to the bers and friends to a reception
rate for scheduled Sunday work. lic service of the station, church congregation next Sunday, to be held in the manse at 1008
12. Guarantees 11 times base May 22, at 11:00 am. Garrison Avenue. The reception
rate for all hours over 8 hours Guests from Tallahassee At a recent Church conference will be between the hours ofc
worked in one day. times bas Mr. and Mrs. Don Har'twell and the members expressed a desire for 4 til 6, Sunday, May 22, honoring
13. Guarantees 11/2 times base children of Tallahassee were the'more educational facilities. The the Pastor and his family, the
rate for all hours over 40 .hours vieek end guests of Mr. and Mrs.'plans are now ready for approval Rev. and Mrs. Boyd B. Under-
worked in one week. 1J.ames T. McNeill, Jr. or disapproval, wood and family.


Commission ted On Full



Agenda Tuesday11Zht

The Port St. Joe City Commission voted to study ways of
Boat Club Cruises providing 24-hour instant communications with the Police De-
ToCochran apartment Tuesday night at their regular meeting. The study is
To Cochran Landing a result of a suggestion by Commissioner Frank Hannon that
such a system be installed.
The St. Joe Boat Club took its Hannon, upon making his over-
longest cruise of the season laot v.
longest cruise moade season last ture on the subject, requested the Commission take the matter
Sunday when it made a day of it taht the City take into considera- under advisement due to the cost
by taking a Wtrip to Cochran land- tion .the installation of a two-way to 'the City for operators of .such
ing Donear Wewahtchka. Frank M- radio station to serve as instant a system. He pointed out that re-
Donald was cruise master, communications with the police de- cent expenditures by the City in
The group of 12 boats left the apartment. sewer and water work, construc-
EIt. Joe Boat Club Landing at 9:45 Hannon backed up, his request tion of 'the STAC House and reno-
a.m. Sunday and cruised up the with prices and information from a voting all city water meters and



pola Cut-off to the landing. There pany was on hand to answer ques- quate for such an expenditure with-
cthey spread a picnic lunch for the tion's. out additional revenue.
40 people making the trip. Commissioner Hannon pointed Sharit told the group that he felt
The trip to 'the Landing took a out 'that Port St. Joe is 'acquiring the telephone company could come
Little over four hours, with cruise a large population of widows, re- up with a system that would en-
master Frank McDonald getting 'tired people and older couples who able callers to dial the police pa-
lest. The cruise was planned to go need protection. He cited past cdif- trol car direct, at a much cheaper
up the Chipola River to the Land- ficulties in getting in touch with operating cost than the discussed
ing. McDonald missed his turn so a local po iceman, 'Qspecially at system. The Commission agreed to
the group went to the upper end night. 'hear his ,proposals at the next reg-
of 'the oCut-off and came back to In offering his available informa- ular meeting.
the Landing. The only other mis- tion on equipment to do this job, ROAD WORK REQUESTS
hap of the trip was when Briggs Hannon t'ad a price of $1,255.00 Several Colored citizens from
Scisson fell' overboard, wetting his from the company mentioned for the German Quarters area were at
dignity and everything else. a base .station and one radio unit the 'meeting Tuesday night request
After dinner the group started in the police car. ing some work on their street They
back for home-this. time following The unit would require a full- testified 'that during wet weather,
the correct route. They arrived time man on the base station both their street was under water and
back at home base about 6:30 p.m. day and night to relay any phone in dry spells, the street was -too
The next cruise by the St. Joe calls to ,the patrol car. sandy 'to 'drive in. The Commission
Boat Club will be on June 4 and 5 Nixon told the Commission that agreed to look at the street and
when local boaters Will take part the equipment was small, compact see what codnd be done.
in the annual Apalachicola River- and portable. He said that the A request was also made for road
cade from Chattahoochee to Apa- price -given was the installed price, work on Avenue A where recent
lachicola. including the sending antenna to water and sewer work had left the
A story concerning this cruise be erected at the 'base station. .street in bad repair.
will 'be found elsewhere in this is- LABOR COST
sue of The Star. Mayor J. L. Sharit advised that SMITH MAKES REQUESTS
_Commissioner John Robert Smith


Music Panorama


Set for Tonight


Rivercade Set

For June 4, 5

Frey Mayson, Commodore of the
Apalachicola Boat Club wishes to
announce that the ninth annual
Apalachicola Rivercade will be
,held on June 4 and 5 this year. The
Rivercade will depart from the
Chattahoochee Boat Landing in
Chattahoochee at 8:00 a.m East-
ern Standard Time on Saturday,
June 4, 1960. The first available gas
stop will be Blountatown, about 36
miles south of Chattahoochee. Ar-
rival time in ,bhe City of Apal.achi-
cola is approximately 5:00 p.m.
Boaters .are urged to carry sutti-
cient gas for this cruise.


had several matters to bring be-
fore the Commission for attention.
Smith wanted the City to re-
quest the State Health Department
to test the St. Joseph Bay water
at the foot of Fifth Street for
Purity. Smith said that increased


water sports in this area made the
matter -advisable. The Commission
Gulf County's first Music Pano- agreed to make this request of the
rama will be presented tonight at Health Department.
8:00 p.m. in the High School foot- Smith also, asked that something
ball ,stadium and will feature bands be done about traffic in the alleys
and choral' groups from both high in the business district of Port St.
schools in the County. Joe. The Commission discussed the
The 'program is being sponsored matter at some length and came
by the Port St. Joe High School up with the idea of -making the al-
PTA with ,all profits going to the leys one way for traffic as an ex-
STAC House committee for youth periment to cure the situation. It
recreation facilities and improve- was also pointed out -that ears park-
ments. ing in the alleys were violating the
The program will Include: law and measures would be taken
Port St. Joe High School Band to stop this. Commissioner Smith
lanvinz "C.hicon Trih,,n" Die also asked 'the Commission to go


Meistersinger" and "Bull Trom-
bone".
Piano solo, "Polonaise In A Mi-
nor" by Miss Kay Creech.
Highland View Elementary Cho-
rus singing "Bones", "I've Got Six-


A seafood dinner will be served pence", "Ruben and Rachel" and


with all the seafood a person can
eat for 'the price of 75c. This sea-
food will 'be prepared and served in
the famous Apalachicola manner.
The dinner will be served at the
boat basin in Apalachicola immed-
iately after 5:00 p.m.
The annual Rivercade Dance will
be held at the Armory in Apala-
chicola at 9:00 p.m. Saturday aniight
with Willie the Weatherman in
charge of the .music.
The return trip of the annual Ap-
alachicola Rivercade will begin at
8:30 a.m., Sunday morning on
June 5 at the Apalachicola Boat
Basin.
T, -.^ nR,.i ,fh A l hi n l,


"This Train".


on record as requesting merchants
to provide themselves with trash
boxes, which wouldn't obstruct
traffic and put their trash into
these containers. This also met
with the approval of the Commis-
sion.
Commissioner Smith 'asked what


Wewahitchka High School Band the City could do about getting re-
playing "Omar Khayyam", "The pairs made to newly paved streets
playThree Pigs" Omadn "TKhayam",e Bo in the City. He referred specifical-

Friends".. adn T h e ly to streets on Bellamy and West-
Clarniet quartet by Judy Davis, co'tt Circle and in the Hospital
Carol Ann Longshore, Carolyn Britt area. Mayor Sharit stated that he
and Susan Wade of Wewahitchka had already brought these matters
playing, "Smoke Gets In Your jto the attention of the contractor
Eyes". and that he had promised to re-
Port St. Joe Elementary Chorus, pair the streets.
singing "Instrument Song" and
"Battle Hymn of the Republic". Bud Dickinson
Trombone so lo by Rodney ,
Spaulding of Port St. Joe, "Desert TO Visit Here
Star". _
Cornet trio, "Danny Boy", by Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson, un-


in Lthe pas'L Apa aci uAcoa iBo ay Lister, Billie LStrickland, .teie
Club has asked and received assist- Smith of Wewahitchka High School
ance from many other boat clubs Band.
in sponsoring the Rivercade; in or- Port St. Joe High School Band
der to present the Rivercade in a playing, "With Flags Unfurled",
more simplified manner .it was de- "Dark Eyes", "Jubilee".
cided not to ask other boat clubs Twirling 'exhibition by T h e
for assistance this year. Sharkettes.
For any questions 'at this time Sousaphone 'solo, "King Mydas"
concerning the Rivercade contact by Eugene Cox accompanied by
any member of the Apalachicola Sara Richardson, both of Port St.
Boat Club; in the Port St. Joe area Joe.
you may call Bert Munin or John Piano solo, "Milnuete Waltz" by
Sowers. Miss Sara Richardson.


successful candidate for Gover-
nor will be in Port St. Joe Fri-
day afternoon in behalf of hte
candidacy of Farris Bryant and
his bid for the Governorship.
Dickinson will be at the Bryant
Headquarters at 12:15 p.m.

Have Guests
Mr. and Mrs. C. Emmett Dan-
iell had as their guests over the
week end, Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn
Kanneberg and sons from Rock
Hill, S. C.


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pie are cordially invited to attend THE STAR, Port St. Joe, PtForila
Nagel-McKnight Wedding Plans Told the wedding and reception. THURDAY, MAY 19, 1960
Mr. ,and Mrs. George M. Nagel, riage by Rev. H. T. Heitbenrater, BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Sr., Clermont, wish to announce at 4:00 p.m., Saturday, May 21, in Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sturges
the forthcoming marriage ,of their the First Methodist Church of Attending the Baptist Conven- Pendergraft announce th birth of
daughter, Serena Marilyn to Rob- Clermont. 'tion in Miami Beach 'this week are a daughter, Cynthia Lynn .on Maiy
ert Walton McKnight, son of Mr. Immediately following the cere- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferrell, George 11 at the Port St. Joe Municipal
and Mrs. C. H. McKnight of Port mony, a reception will be held 'at McLawhon, Cliff Robbins, Rev. J. Hospital.
St. Joe. the Elk's Club in Clermont. C. Odum and Rev. adn Mrs. C. By-
The couple will be united in mar- Friends 'and relatives of the cou- ron Smith of this city. | ,s --o CHURCH SUNDAt


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i wash and wear, dacron and
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PAJAMAS
The ideal gift for the boy who
will attend college. Fancy and
solid. Shorties ald long.
$3.98 and $4.98


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MANHATTAN and TRU-VAL

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are gifts that will be appreciated
And can 'be worn for years 'to come. White and
colored in both long an dshort sleeve.

$2.98 to $5.00


Manhattan and Tru-Val
SPORT SHIRTS
Best selection in town. In both
Ivy styling 'and contour cut. The
shirt for the young man.
$2.98 to $5.95


which opened for business in Port St. Joe last Friday. The top picture shows. the means department of
the new store and 'the bottom 'photo, the ladies' department. The new store contains 4,200 square feet


of floor space.


G. F. Lawrence is manager of the store.


(Star photos)


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SNow 99c or 8 for $2.?7, Something Lot One (1), Block Twenty. JUDY FENSOM ELECYED
James Harper Stone Trying To that man can always use.seven(27), accordi to the of- MEDITATIONS CHAIRMAN
Jajamas.. Shortest, reg. $2.95 to; ficial map of the City of Port
S A or e ll 8 Jajamas. Shorties, reg. $2.95 to St. Joe, Florida, .on file in the Columbia, Mis-souri-Miss Judy
In Air Force Sell MerChandise $3.95. Now Quit Business priced at office ,of the Clerk Circuit
$1.99 or 3 for $5.66. Regulars, reg. Court, Gulf County, Florida. Fensom of Port St. Joe recently
SJ$3.95 and $5.00. Now only $2.88 or Said sale will be subject to con- was elected Meditations Chairman
LACKLAND AFB, Texas-Air- B 3 for $8.33. ifirmation by the Court. Deed at of Wales dormitory at Stephens
man James W. Harper, son of Mrs.
Buell H. Harper of Port St. Joe Every effort is being made to Wash 'and wear house and dress I Dated uat Wewahitchka, Gulf College in Columbia, Missouri, for
Forida, has completed his initial close ut and close the doors of robes, reg. $5.95 to $19.95. Get them County, Florida, this the 28th day the 1960-61 school year.
course of Air Force basic military Stone's Shop or Men by June for 40% of. of April A D., 1960. i She is the daughter of Mr. and
coursefd GEOwGE o.40 oOR IMrE Y.ul S. FensoC, R01 E6th St.,
training here. He ha been select- Thi is Sthe reas for this addi- Just samples of the low Quit Special Master Mrs. Paul S. Fensom, 901 16th St.,
ed to attend the technical training tonal mark down of prices this Business Sale prices at Stone's. (SEAL) iPort S.t Joe.
coursee for Personnel Specialists week.
Course 'at Lackland AFB, Texas. Remember, there is not any mer- IN CIRCUIT COURT,
Airman Harper is a graduate of chandis coming in the back door 14th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
land selections are getting smaller GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
',, smaller every day. MARIAH CLEMMENTINE MAD-
and sma veDOX, a widow; MARY E. MADDOX The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
We still have most .sizes in most MEADOWS, joined herein by her
S. a. t egories but don't wait until they husband, MARSHALL D. MEA-
S. :re all gone. DOWS; JOHN W. MADDOX, JR.;
*'" "* .k^^' ,As an added feature, you may WILLIAM R. MADDOX; CLARA. r-a-
s n adde eature you may MADDOX URANSON, joined here-
Shop for men graduates and for in by her husband, NORMAN
Father's Day now at Stones and URANSON and MAXWELL S.
1reap these big big Quit Business MADDOX, --
S-.ings. Plaintiffs
Such items as FRED MADDOX and his wife I..
Jockey Underwear. Shorts, reg. ZOLA MADDOX; MRS. EVA M. ,
S'.00. Now 3 pair for only $1.00. McLEAN, and husband E. L. Me-
Briefs, reg. $1.25. Now 88c each or LEAN; and ROY BURDETT MAD- .
rsws DOX, and FRED L. MADDOX, a
.3 Cor $2.50. Midways, reg. $1.50. minor,
Defendants '
,ar- reassigned to the school after NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND /
S e so bNotice Is hereby given that the
s.^c ".r V (" a,-.e weeks ,of basic training. At the undersigned Special Master, under -
AIRMAN HARPER technical 'schools they are ylven ad- and by virtue of a Final Decree of
ditional military training along Partition and Sale, in that certain
Wewahitchka High. with the technical instructions. .cause now pending in the Circuit
Court Fourteenth Judicial Circuit,
Basic airmen at Lackland are se- 'Upon completion of special tech- G fCounty, Florid a, in Chancery, OFFERS MORE
elected for spceialized training at nical training 'at an Air Force Tech- wherein, Mariah Clemmentine Mad-
nical Training Center, airmen are dox, a widow; Mary E. Maddox
technical 'schools on the basis of assigned to -operational units of Meadows, joined herein by her hus- E Y OR
their interests 'and aptitudes. They the USAF Aerospace Force. W. Maddox, r D. Mow ad ohn FOOD, PEN F PN-
dox;eClara Maddox Uranson, join-' Save -on your family food budget by serving
ed herein by her husband, Norman
Uranson and Maxwell S. Maddox, nutritious milk with every meal. You never out-
THE CHURCH OF GOD are plaintiffs, and Fred' Maddox grow your need for milk. Serve it today.
an dhis, wife Zola Maddox; Mrs.
of Highland View Eva M. McLean, and husband E. L.
--- WELCOMESYOU McLean, 'and Roy Burdett Maddox,
SUNDA L E 9:45 A.M. and Fred L. Maddox, a minor, are
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. .defendants, dated April 25, 1960.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. I have levied upon the following
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M. described real property, and will
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M. offer the 'same for sale ot the 'high-
est and best bidder for cash, direct- "Gulf County's Only Milk Producer"
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday) ly in front of .said property in the
City of Port St. Joe, Gul County, BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor Florida, during the legal 'hours of Phone NEwton 9-4383 (Collect) Wewahitchka, Fla.
sale on Monday, June 6, A. D., 1960,
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FARRIS BRYANT
DOYLE E. CARLTON, JR.


SECRETARY OF STATE
(Vote for One)
TOM ADAMS
JESS YARBOROUGH


COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
(Vote for One)
DOYLE CONNOR I__
W. R. "BUSTER" HANCOCK


LEGISLATIVE
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Twenty-Fifth Senatorial District
(Vote for One)
DEMPSEY J. BARRON j _
CARL R. GRAY ___
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(Vote for One)
W. C. ROCHE
A. J. STRICKLAND


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(Vote for One)
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T. D. (DOC) WHITFIELD


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(Vote for One)
GEORGE W. COOPER
LEO KENNEDY


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GEORGE A. SMATHERS
for President
DELEGATES-AT-LARGE
BOB SIKES
Organizing Chairman
LeRoy Collins
Spessard L. Holland
William C. Lantaff
R. A. Gray
Lee E. Weissenborn
Bob Fokes
Ed H. Price, Jr.
J. Brailey Odham
Stephen A. Calder
Millard F. Caldwell
Wilbur C. King
Arthur A. Simpson
J. Ollie Edmunds
Frances B. Fielding
Joyce C. Crisp
Mrs. A. D. Davis
Mary S. Spottswood
Barbara Y. Trushin
Mrs. Julia B. Maines
Nancy W. Evans
Charlotte B. Tomlinson
Mrs. John Rawls
'Mrs. Christiffe Maxwell "'
Therese A. Anderson
Alice McMahon
Mrs. Louis Hill
DISTRICT DELEGATES
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Bob Sikes
Gloria R. Stritzinger


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ROY C. JONES
JAMES M. (JIMMY) MILLIGAN
DAYTON J. MURRAY
JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD


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MYRTIE G. BROWN
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MRS. J. O'NEAL (MARY) COX
PEGGY EHRMANN
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.J Social Security Protection Available ,-
THE TAMPA TRIBUNE Highland View 2. If you work for yourself, your ed in your case.
Published by THE TRIBUNE COMPANY, Lafayettey HAZEL REAMEROnly f Enough Credits Accumulated income tax return should show Further information may be ob-
Tampa, Fla. Phone 7-4976 your correct social security num- trained at your nearest social se-
ber.rty office. The office for this
.... '*"" Retirement, disability or survi-,for each year in which they haver 'curity office. The office for this
J. C. COUNCIL, President and Publisher :; Mary Cox, who is associated Retirement, disability or survi- for each year in which they have 3.Request a fre'e leaflet "Socia area is located at 1135 Hrrison
James A. Clendinen, Editor V. M. Newton, Jr., Managing Editor with the Children's Bible is.t: vr protection under social secur- a onet profit of $400.00 m Credits" which will show Avenue, Panama ity Th tl-r
ary-work inth outh Aaaa ity is available only if you have Most people reaching retirement security Credis" which will show Avenue, Panama City. The tele-
Page 6-B EDITORIALS Friday, May 13, 1960 aea has comletedthecho r credit for a certain amount of co- age (62 for women, 65 br men).in you how many quarters are requir- phone number is POplar 3-5331.
GREAT VOICES-Man that is born of woman is small potatoes and few there and is home visiting her fam- ered work, according to John V. Ca- the first six months of 1960 need
in the hill.-Rudyard Kipling. 1965-1936. ily, M. s. Clinto C for 'rey, district manager of the Pan- at least 18 quarters, Carey contin-
a couple of weeks beforebeginningama--City social security office. lied. This is four and one-half years On May 24th Vote for
Issues In the Governor's Race the camp work for the summer. These credits are called quarters of work credits under social secur-
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and of coverage. ity. People reaching retirement ag Candidate fo
family spent Sunday with her par- Generally, a social security quar- in future years will need more DEMOCRATIC
ho W ill Preserve the Schools? ents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Grifin. ter is the work crdeit you receive quarters of credit. DEMOCRATIC
There is one issue in the Gover- Friends of Mrs. C. C. Peterson for one-fourth of a year's work un- Don't endanger future benefits NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN
nor's race which overshadows all will be glad to learn she is home der social security, Oarey added. to yourself or yourfamily. You can .. Who will fight for:
Others in .its importance to the ,r from the hospital and seems to be Most people who work for someone make sure that you get .credit for ,L Southern Democrats to be heard in
people of Florida. It is .this: ..., improving, else get one quarter credit for each all the quarters you earn by f.ol- national party affairs.
Will the next Governor pre- Mrs. J. V. Cannington visited in calendar quarter. Steadily employ- lowing these simple rules: .. 2. The ouster of National Chairman Paul
serve the public school system, Tallahassee last week with her ed persons usually earn four quar- 1. Be sure your employer has tle m Democratic Party.
In the enlightened state of Flor- s '-, "' "' daughter, Mrs. Joe Daughtry and ters of credit in each year. Self-em- 'your correct name and social secur- 3. e cs o A' Yights
ida it seems incredible that this i family played people earn four quarters ity card.
should 'be a matter of uncertainty. i. Mrs. Eamline Davis and baby of _--_-__ _-
It is made so, however, by the shift.- -.'- Panama City spent the week end
ing positions of candidate Farris ". with -her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Bryant on the racial problem. Whitt ington.
Some would have you believe Little Debbie Batson is home
that segregation is the issue. It is from the Municipal Hospital and
not the issue. Senator Doyle Carl-i her friends will .be glad to learn
ton, Jr., is for segregation. Farris SENATOR CARLTON she is improving.
Bryant is for segregation. The He Doesn't Switch M., E. Owens of Montgomery,' --
great majority of the people of ers between its people and 'the ef Ala., visited Wednesday with Mr.
Florida are for segregation. forts of said Court to assert an un- and Mrs. Ike Watson.
The issue is how 'the next Gov- lawful dominion over them." Mrs' Kathrine Woods 'of Florala
ernor proposes to deal with inevit-1 A Govenmor who sincerely ,sub- Ala., visited Sunday with her sis-
able federal court orders requiring scribed to this theory would call out ter, Mrs. E. R. Batson and family.
token integration in some public "the National Guard to resist fed- H. F. Ayers was in Tallahassee .
schools. eral marshals or, at the least, would last week and attended a business I rS a le?
To be realistic, there are only shut down he public schools to meOLLet ND REUNION
'defy the federal courts.
two courses to take. The court or- Wthink that Farris Bry- The annual Holland Reunion was
der eventually must be obeyed or ant ever honestly believe ,a state held Sunday, May 15. at 'the home
the public schools must be closed. can nullify federal law. James of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Holland hon-
Any competent lawyer knows this Madison, the "father of the Consti- oring Mr. Holland on his 74th birth-
is 'the only choice. tution", repudiated that chaotic day. Those who helped him cele S 0
doctrine 130 years ago. Certainly, brate-were: J. D. Holland and fam- Grand Opening Bargain FEET
CARLTON IS CONSISTENT they do not teach such theories at ily of Lanett, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. n 0 S t Sn S-
Doyle Carlton .has been consis- Harvard Law School, where Mr. R. D. Holland of Macon, Ga., T. J. OF BARGAIN FLOOR SPACE
tent in his position. As a Seniator Bryant studied. Holland and family of Columbus, ON EVERY COUNTER f 0 r
he has supported all reasonable le- The evidence indicates that Mr. Ga., Mrs. Clarence Ellis and fam- In Our New Big Store Ai-COnditi0oed
gal measures to preserve segrega- Bryant espoused the interposi- ily of Phenix City, Ala., Grover
tion .bu the has fought every extre- tion nullification doctrine, know- Lee Holland of Fort Belvoir, Va., Shop Through Saturday V a u es
mist 'proposal which would endan- ing it to be false, because he Mrs. Ruby Morgan of Atlanta, Ga., S for Your Shopping Comfort
ger the schools and subject Florida thought it was politically profit- Mrs. A. C. Adderson and family of and take advantage of our low a n d Wide Spacious Aisles and Roomy
to the racial turmoil ,suffered by able to do so then. Cottondale, Fletcher Holland and Grand Opening Prices Displays for Easy Shopping
Little Rock. Since that time, the Interposition family of Geneva, Ala., Shorty Ad- I a Q U E
defense has ,proved as futile as derson of Panama City, Mr. and ,
THE OTHER CANDIDATE'S sensible men knew it would be. Mrs. Earl Allen of Pornt St. Joe, Mr.
RECOD ON SEGEDGAATIEN Arkansas and Virginia, which were and M.r. Noah Dean Allen and tain
RECORD ON SEGREGATION t, ily of Port S t Joe, Mr and Mrs,
WHAT I Mr. Bryant's position? unwise enough to depend n it, lost ie B. Alle of HilandView, COURTEOUS CLERKS ON HAND TO YOU
It is difficult to tell. This is a in two ways. They suffered school
c of th wst and turn he-loasings and economic damagee andLouiD. Holland, iMirs. W. B. Hol-
record of the twists and turnshe timately, the very integration land and a host of friends. Lunch
has taken on the school issue. wa s s at th noon hour, to a
August 4, 1954--Speaking in Tam- they sought to avoid. was served at the noon hour, to a
August 4, 1954-Speaking in Tam- host of relatives and friends. Each ice
pa, Bryant deplored the Supreme Florida, which has followed a one enjoyed the day and wished ________,'.-,.________-_____,_ ______.___
wregation but took moderate tone. reasonable course of, meeting the
"I don"t 'think hteproble problem with a pupil assignment birthdays.
worked out the way our Northern law, now has ONE Highland View Royal Am-TING
brothers want it," he said, "but the public school. By contrast, Ar- bassadorshe Highlmet at the Sundayal Am-
South has swallowed a lot of bitter kansas has 13. and Virginia, has 'bas.sadors Mo nday night for
pills in the past and has kep't its 19. School rooms Monday night for -. --'_ --I2.____.- ..
pills in the past and has kep s their regular meeting. There were '
head high. We've got to swallow PRESUMABLY because of the six members and the Counsellor
it. We've got to 'be men enough, d PRESUMABLY becauin e of those i .eet .. C...o
Christian enough, 'and democrats disastrous experience of these present. SCHOOL BUS- ..
enough to make the best of it." states with Interposit ion, Mr. Bry- SUNDAY SCHOOL BUS f' .
enough to make the besant announced i anthas not u n.d t. word in The Highland View Assembly of ... ... .
Jafor. G15err, wt1956- h a statemenhnounced On the contrary, he God Church has purchased a new -'.
which iduse all leg Sunday School bus. The bus will


gationas *.'i issue. .avoid integration without closing ^a k iU I.uuu. we.I
-..tion as n issue o 9:00 and 10:00 a.m. It will make
' -Jan. 25' 196'6- Speaking in Tam- the schools. 9 n d1: sn ill mak
-a, 5Bryant as asked by a amem- But how do the people of Florida pick-ups in Kenney's Mill, St. Joe
Ler of the League of Womenm Vot- know what he will do ifThe becomes Beach, Beacon Hill and Highland
ers -to .state-his stand on "inter-po- Governor? View. A special invitation is made
ersition"-the hiL stand on "in tatehapo He abandoned a mraderate posi- to take advantage of this service
power to nullify. 'federal law. The 'tion once and flopped over to the and attend the services of the
Tribune report sad: "He glanced extremists because it appeared po- church. Fanny Hutchison is pastor.
first from one side of the group, Tlitically expediet to do so. If some -
,then to the other, and with a hesi- Florida county is confronted with
,tant eye cast toward the press, a federal -court order, if -a mob be- Rush 0Stones
laughed. 'All I know is what I read gins 'calling for defiance, Mr. Bry-
in the newspapers 'at this time,' he ant may 'decide it is 'best to turn Before Stck
said ." extremist again. Before Stock
Feb. 1, 1956-Sumter Lowry an- "Tinder'the sensible course which n
nounced for Governor on -a segrega- ofir state government has followed IS Depleted
tion-interposition platform and" for the .last six years, Florida has
charged Bryant with regarding in- maintained its segregated schools Better rush down to Stone's now
'tegration as, "something we've got almost intact, it has escaped racial before everything is gone.
to swallow." In reply Bryant said strife, and it has prospered from Jesse was marking everything
-he was for segregation but "the the steady migration of new indus- down even more this week while
problem calls for cool heads, clear tries, investors and residents. he was closed to open with a big
minds and a. keen concern for the A rash act by a panicky or poli- savings splash today. He gav. two
welfare of all Floridians, white tically cynical Governor could spoil whole days of thought as to just
and .black." this whole picture. Imagnie, for how much rhe could reduce this
March 18, 1956-Bryant proposed example, what would 'happen in item and that item while sitting
in a campaign statement that the Hillsborough County if 75,000 pub- on the fishing bank. This takes
Legislature -adopt the interposition lic school pupils were turned Into much thought and concentration.
theory. the streets, to find an education Everything is reduced even fur-
May 8, 1956-Governor Collins where they could, and the whole their and they will go out fast. The
was re-elected ayd Lowry ran sec- nation was told 'that this was a "cupboard" is already getting bare
ond, 68,000 votes-ahead of Bryant. community without a public school but there are many good sizes and
July 31, 1956--Near the close of system. -selections left if you act fast.
a special session of the Legislature, Florida simply cannot afford to Many every day needs may. be
Bryant made a strong plea for elect a Governor whose record found in brand names at ridiculous
adoption of an interposition resolu- creates doubt whether he wilf prices. For instance you will find
tion. The Tribune news report from use his powers to preserve law, famous Arrow shirts, white 'broad-
Tallahassee said: "House .members order and the public schools .cloth, reg. $3.95 for $1.99 or get 3
were outspoken in their comments D O Y L E CARLTON'S record for $5.66. Colored broadcloth, reg..
that Bryanmt was still running for leaves not the slightest speck of un- $5.00, now half price-only $2.50:
Governor. Among *the comments certainty. He opposed Iterposi- Wash and wear, reg. $4.00, now
were: 'He hopes. to get the Lowry tion, knowing it to be a futile and $2.99.
vote on this one'." Governor Collins dangerous doctrine, when Bryant Can you beat that?
blocked the Bryant proposal, by was supporting it. He stands un- And then, there's Wembley ties,
adjourning the Legislature. waveringly for preservation of the 'four in hand, reg. $1.50, $2.00 and
public schools. In his eight years $2.50, now 88c each or 3 for $2.50.
in, the Senate, he has never desert Bows, reg. $1.00, now 3 for $2.00.
THE LAWLESS ROAD THE ,ed principle because of the cries of
OTHER CANDIDATE FAVORS the crowd or the sly tug of politi-.
THE INTERPOSITION resolution cal advantage.
offered by Bryant in 1956 would The people of Florida who want
have put the Legislature on record an education for their children and
as declaring decisions of the Su- continued peace and progress for
preme Court of the United States the state would do best to vote for
"null, void and of no .force and ef- Doyle Carlton on May 24.
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OO LATE TO bors. located In the Andes, is over 12,000 to turn the world spotlight on the
Through advance contact with feet above -sea level which indi- Americans and make for better re-
CL A S S I F Y civic and business organizations in cI ates that my breath will be short lations and greater understanding.
each of the .countries we plan ti and my underwear long as far as, Florida, as the cross roads of
By RUSSELL KAY visit, we will have an opportun:ey this stop is concerned, Ithe Americas, is in a better posi-
I am writing this oth to tour the areas, inspect indus. Unfortunately, like most Ameri- 'tion than most other .states to ben-
Sam writing this column on trial plants, visit agricultural sec- cans, my knowledge of Latin-Amer- efit from closer and better rela-
ee of my deparica ure on athat will take tions, making friends with. Lit;n- ica is limited and I welcome tihs tions with our Latin-American
South America that will takes: American business men who, like opportunity to gain first hand in- neighbors and the more our peo-
to seven Latin-American countries, Bra- ourselves, are anxious to establish formation. I know of the tremen- pIse exchange visits and make new
Peru, Bolivia, Chil, Uruguay, Bra- better business relations dous progress being made in most acquaintances the .better it will be
zil and Venezuelaf countries :south of the ,bodrer and for all of us.
I will be making the trip as *a Flying from Miami on a Panagra somethingg :of their economic 'and Our mission, of course, is to sti.m-
delegate of the Pan American Corn- Clipper we will .make our first stop political problems, but a person ulate 'trade and I understand oui
mission and official representative at Lima, Peru spending several must actually visit a country to southern neighbors are just as in-
of Mayor Julian Lane of Tampa. days there before going on 'to La- really understand and appreciate terested in 'this as we are. Compe-
Making up our party will be a group Paz, Bolivia. The month of May in what they are like. tition is keen however as European
of business and industrial exe.'u- South America is comparable to countries such as Germany, Ras-
tives concerned with 'establishing October in the United States 'as I am gratified that our trip fol- ,sia, Italy, France, Portugal and
better relationship and understand- the seasons south of the equator lows so closely after thac of Presi- others are -pouring goods and uer-
ing with our Latin-American no'gh are reversed. The Bolivian capitol, dent Eisenhower which did so much vices into the area and I under-


stand in some instances are taking
over markets that we should have
cultivated and made secure years
ago i
Florida has played an important
part in helping develop the cattle
industry in South America. Ship-
ment after shipment of fine 'breed-
ing .stock has been sent Irom here
and many Florida trained agricul-
turalists, engineers and technicians
are contributing their knowledge
and experience in healing our
,neighbors solve many of their prob.
.'ems.
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at least give you some .na ;rstlirg
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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 convinoes.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
I-IE STAX Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1960

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PD. POL. ADV.


From the editorial endorsement by
The LAKELAND LEDGER


flol bread, liLe- tlihee Criin'h corn imeil niuffins are a.n PL-
cellent accompaniment for hearty whole-meal salads.
Crisp, nourishing salad bowls are always welcome at lunch or
suppertime. Serve them with freshly-baked Corn Meal Muffins,
and you're sure of a meal that's pleasing, colorful and satisfying.
Hot muffins, spread with melting butter, are not only fine eat-
ing, but also complete the nutritional pattern of a salad meal.
Enriched self-rising corn meal gives your family food iron, calcium
and the three essential B-vitamins.
This appealing meal is easy .to prepare, too. You can mix Corn
Meal Muffins in a hurry with self-rising corn meal. Milk, eggs
and melted shortening are the only other ingredients needed. The
leavening and salt have already been blended into the corn meal.
Pre-heating the muffin pans is an important step-do it while
you mix the batter. It will give each muffin a golden brown crust
that's delightfully crisp and crunchy.
CORN MEAL MUFFIN'S
1/4 cup melted shortening 1V3/ cups milk
2/2 cups enriched self-rising 2 tablespoons melted
corn meal shortening
2 eggs, slightly beaten
Place 1 teaspoon melted shortening in each muffin cup. Set
muffin -pans in very hot oven (450'F.) 5 to 10 minutes while
preparing batter. Blend eggs into corn meal. Add milk and mix
until smooth. Stir in the 2 tablespoons shortening. Fill hot muffin
cups almost to top; bake in veryhot oven (450F.) 15 to 20 minutes.
Makes 12 medium-size muffins.


Doyle Carlton has fought jin
the Legislature for pay rais-
es for teachers, and, believing that
adequate teacher income is abso-
lutely necessary to keep good
schools, will continue to support
measures for better pay for our
teachers in the future.


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SDoyle Carlton believes in
the Southern way of life and
pledges to do veerything lawful to
preserve segregation. At the same
time he pledges that he will not
follow the disastrous path of clos-
ing our schools.


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,. Doyle Carlton's platform
calls for fair Re-Apportion-
ment of the Florida Legislature
through a Constitutional Amend-
ment adding ten new seats in the
House and six in the Senate.


4, Doyle Carlton knows how
vital revenue from racing is
to Florida's smaller counties in
maintaining their schools and he
strongly favors continuing the es-
tablished distribution of these
mones.


worth while for Floridians partic-
ularly our business and industrial
leaders, to become better acquaint-
ed with Latin-American opportuni-
ties and perhaps in a small way, I
shall 'be able to help bring this
about.
In 'th emeanitime Adios, Amigos.


Stones Sells

Only First

Quality Items

Everything in Stone's big Quit
Business Sale sla regular stock of
first quality nationally advertised
lines. Nothing has been bought for
this sale, no seconds, no irregulars,
3,o special purchases.
There are many items on sale
that you seldom see advertised at
reduced prices. These things you
cal use all the time-and things
that usuauy cost you a pretty pen-
ny.
At Stone's you will find that the
item is pretty and that they cost
only a few pennies during the big
Quit Business Sale.
'Such deals as these:
$2.00 and $2.50, now 40 big percent
off. fancies, reg. $1.50 and $2.00,


James' Gems. .


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At the Bus Station

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CHICKEN BOXES
FISH BOXES
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Hear and See Doyle Carlton, Jr., Monday, 9:30 to 10:00 p.m., Chan. 7


Hickok 'belts, leather, reg. $1.50
now half price to clear.
Famous Swank and Shlelds jew-
elry sets, reg. $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00
now reduced a big 40 per cent.
Freeman Dress Shoes, reg. $10 95
'to $15.95, being closed out at only
$6.99 to $10.66 a pair.
These are only a few of -the many
items that can be found at Stones.
Jesse is chomping 'at the 'bit to
close his doors and his prices are
low for this big closing 'the front
door event. adv.
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Miami Visitor
Mrs. Eliza Spence of Miami is
visiting ,her neice, Mrs. C. C. Wil-
.11ams and other relatives and
friends here this week. Mrs. Spence
is a former resident of Port St.
Joe, having lived here around 1918.




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TALLAHASSEE The Florida
'Development Commission last week
sold nearly five million dollj s
worth of road bonds for Gulf and
?asco counties.
Successful bidder ou the $3S50,-
000 Gulf issue at 3.6965 per cent
interest and the four million Pas
co issue at 4.0958 per cent was
Smith Barney Co., and Blythe Co
Associates.
The Gulf County bond issue will
provide funds for paving s.)v'eral
streets in Port St. Joe, completing
the paved road to Bay City on How-
ard Creek from Highway 71, paving
a road from Dead Lakes Bridge to
Kentucky Landing 'and paving .sev-
eral streets in Wewahitchka and
in other sections of the county.
The money will be repaid by a
portion of the annual Gulf County
r;lotment of the State Secondary
Road Fund money.
The Commission, just back from
an industry-seeking trip to the
North with. Governor LeRoy Col-
lins, also agreed to sell 3% mil-
lion dollars of M.arion County road
bonds.
Reporting on the recent week-
logn trip to northern industrial cen-
ters, Chairman W. J. Clapp of St.
Petersburg 'said a final count of the
number of persons who attended a
luncheon and dinner given for the
group was 970. He said many other
people learned about Florida thru
television appearances and press
conferences. ,
NEW PROSPECTS
A report 'by the industrial serv-
ices ,division said the commission
got 34 new industrial prospects
last month who were interested in
moving to Florida.
That was an Increase of 80 over
the four prospects listed in April
last year.
The commission also reported
the federal Housing and Home Fi-
nance Agency recently ,approved
funds for a study of needs enabling
the state legislature in planning
and zoning. The federal government
will contribute $20,000, -which will
be matched with state funds'
The study will be considered by,
a private research firm under
contract with the commission.
Welcome stations on Florida's
borders served 10,622 cars ,and 31,-
358 persons during April, the com-
mission said. That compared with
9,849 cars and 26.358 persons dur-
ing the same month last yeatr.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends who were so kind and
thoughtful during the recent death
of our mother. We appreciated so
much the beautiful floral offerings,
cards, and kind words.
May God ,bless each of.you.


TH4 STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla.
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1960

Long Avenue
GA's Have Party
The Junior and Intermediate
Girl's Auxiliary of the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church entertained
their mothers with a hamburger
supper Tuesday, May 10 in recog-
nition of GA focus week.
Twenty-two girls and 18 -mothers
along with the Counselors and di-
rector enjoyed the affair.
Guset Speaker
Mrs. W. M. Chafin was guest
speaker at the Emanuel Baptist
Church in Panama City last Thurs-
day at a G.A. focus week program.

Stone Offers
Huge Savings
Themendous savings in all cate-
gories of men's clothing and ac-
cessories can be found at Stone's
Shop for Men during their big
Quit Business Sale. Stone is selling
-out most items at cost or below
cost. Savings can be found up to
80% on some items. Jesse says
that most items will save yoa
f-ropm 33% to 50%. A look at some
of the items to ibe found on Stone's
Grab Table will convince you of the
many savings to be found-as long
aq they last-at Stone's
The grab table features such
items as:
Long sleeve sport shirts, reg.
$3.95 to $5.95 now only $2.22. Orlon
pull over sweaters, reg. $8.95 and
$9.95, only $3.99. School jackets,
sold well at $3.95 and $19.95. Now
only $1.99 and $8.88. Esquire slip
per socks, reg. $3.50, now $1.99.
TiL S. Keds casual hose, reg. $5.95
now only $3.66. Yacht caps (for
yachts or row boats) reg. $1.95
only 99c. Ivy league caps, reg.
$2.95, now 99c. Leather gloves,
reg. $5.00, now only 99c. Caps, reg,
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50, now only 99c.
Rain coats, reg. $19.95, now only
$8.88.
Come in and grab! You will come
up with a bargain, no matter what
you get.
Everything is on sale. Bargains
from the front to the back of the
store and from wall to wall. Every-
thing goes stocks, fixtures, dis-
play equipment, office equipment,
furniture, everything including
Jesse. The building is even for rent,
or lease. If you find it in our store
we will sell it-all tha tis, except
the wife, daughter 'and Mrs. Mont-


Hubert and Eunice Brinson gomery.


7,000 DEATHS THEN-310 NOW
Two decades ago, 7,00Q children died every year of
.whooping cough. Last year, only 310 children died
of whooping cough. What explains the differ-
ence? It's the new wonder drugs-unknown two
decades ago. Priceless drugs? Sure! Yet the price
of the average prescription hasn't gone up any more
in 20 years than has the price of a pound of coffee.

Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History

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WAIM







ion by commissioner Cooper, see .A -
orided by Commissioner Croxton Young Matron's Stones Offers Quail
and duly carried that the State
Road Department be requested to Circle Meets During Their Big u
construct a parking apron infront Circle Meets During Their Big Qui
of the Church of the Nazarene lo-
,cated on the extension of Long Ave- The Young Matron's circle of the
nue, south of the Port St. Joe City First Baptist WMU met at the Remembering that when you buy
Limits.
The White City Volunteer Fire home of Mrs. Otha Whittle Monday suits,a spq)rtcoats, jackets, most
Department presented an easement afternoon. The meeting was called slacks, 'and fany other items, you
.from Mrs. Louell'a M. Stebel to to order by Mrs. Whittle, the chair- expect to and do wear them for
Gulf County and *said Fire Depart- man. She gave the devotional and years and years and years. When
mTent for a 20 foot right-of-way run-thm from tones, you
IH Unn:.ng from State Road 71 to the led in prayer. you buy them from Ctones, you
'building being used by the said The meeting was 'turned over to may do this, because eStones sells
Fire Department, located in Block Mrs. Lou Taylor, who read the only the best in quality of fabrics
b of Wimico Subdivision. The same minutes ,and took up the collection. and tailoring as well as -style and
Years of training and expe- was accepted and ordered record- Each mmeber filled out her record fashion. The wise shopper will
rience qualify your doctor t The City of Wewahitchka pre- sheet for May. purchase his suit and other items
prescribe medications in .sented a resolution, in which said The meeting was turned over to of this nation for next Fall now,
3 exactly the right amount. City agrees to collect and dispose Mrs. Jadine Ellis who explained while the savings are so great at
o garbage from the Riverside Park about the year 'book. its purpose, Stones.
FOLLOW HIS DIRECTIONS Subdivision. The .same was ordered etc. Mrs. Ellis ,then led the group
They are as important as the fiThe Farm Agent presented his in a closing .prayer and the meet- Stones has great savings in these
prescription itself. April report and the same was or- ing was adjourned. items now, bceause he is quitting
dered filed. Two visitors, Mrs. Alice Bowen business. In a sale of this nature,
FOr prompt, dependable The Board instructed the .Clerk and Mrs Mary Stevenson were of course, all merchandise must go.
service, bring your pescrip ome $250.00, representing serv- present at the meeting. Delicious No new items are 'being brought
tion to us. ices for Hester Jackson, Baby Bon- refreshments were served to the in. When an item or size is gone,
ner and Sonny Brooks. members present. it will not be replaced.
The Chairman announced that Shop now for some of the low,
Revenue Bonds were sold on May sary 'because 'the location of the low prices listed below in the"M
Buzzett's Drug Store 9, 1960, to Smith Barney and Com- Dead Lakes to Apalachicola River items you need -every day.
pany. Blythe and Associates. New Road is altered so that it will not Notice the famous name brands.
Port St. Joe; Flovida York for a premium of $141.10 and cross the present County road and
an average interest rate of 3.6965% -ithout this new proposed road, .
that hte State Road Department the road equipment will have to ...
Minutes Of the announced that some of the work continue to travel 27 miles to get
County Commission under this program may be in the to the Iola County Road to do
June letitng. maintenance work. The Board
After a discussion there was ,a agreed 'this proposed road will
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA motion by Commissioner Strick- serve a good purpose and directed
MAY 10, 1960 land, seconded by Commissioner the Superintendent to contact the
The Board of County Commis- Cooper and unanimously carried, land owners with reference to the
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, that the State Road Department be necessary right-of-way.
met this date in regular session requested to change the location Commissioner Strickland appoint-
with the following members pros- of the new road from the Dead ed the following Election Inspec-
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Lakes Dam to the Apalachicola Ri- 'tion Board for the May 24 Primary
Colem'an W. Tharpe, A. J. Strick- ver as shown on right of way map for the Second Shift, at Precinct
land, George W. Cooper and G. S. of Section No. 51510-2601-Road S- No, 1. Clerk, Roy Taylor; Inspec-
Croxton. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attor- 22-A; said change to begin in the tors, Edgar Lanier, Hugh Semmes
ney. Road Superintendent and Mos- NE part of lot 3 of Section 16-T4S- and Harrell Holloway.
quito Control Supervisor were also R9W .and follow a survey made by The Director of thle Mosqu4to
present. Max A. Kilbourn and running to a Control program discussed the
The meeting came to order at point on the West bank of the Apa- fogging operation 'and explained
9 a.nm. iachicola River at the East end of tie requirements and stated that
Rev. G. T. Hinton opened the the -Chipola Cutoff River. The 'to obtain the very best results M
meeting with prayer. Chairman instructed the attorney from this program it will be neces-
The minutes of April 12 and 26, to prepare ,the proper resolution. sary to have a working agreement
1960, were read, approved and The Road Superintendent dis- with any employee that may work
adopted. cussed the possibility of construct- on this program. After discussion,
The Board directed the Clerk to ing a county road from the .end of the Board announced that it re-
pay Mrs. Gladys Boone $3.00 per Ithe present Dead Lakes Road to grets that due to the circumstances
,day for nursing Mrs. Willie Strange the County road that is 'about one of the fogging program, all employ-
a county indigent patient. mile due North and stated that this ees on that program will be re-
After discussion, there was a mo- new proposed road is now neces- quired to make up any lost 'time
______caused from weather conditions
and break-downs, providing it is
S, necessary to make 'up the lost
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend time; that no employee will be
hqeulior to work more than 80
L A Bve ** p sI hours in 'any two week work per-
IOfl\V AVe b ptit *I c iiod, that employees may be re- DEAF
Long Ave. Baptli t C urch quired 'to work on Saturday night
if the weather condition so re-
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor quires.
'ommAissioner Strickland asked
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m. the Mosquito Control Supervisor
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. why the George Washington Branch
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION .-... 6:45 p.m. drainage ditch as annot been com-ed iti
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m. that the ditch was. complete aw. far I
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m. s t of-waerty owners would give11-
The bills were presented, exam-
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street ined, approved and ordered paid,
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort There being no further business fi S
to come before the Board, the meet-
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME ATTEST: thy
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
---- -- wimllil


IT'S TIME TO KNOW-NOT GUESS!


You KNOW


that Bryant will


bring a program


of progress to


Gulf County
Improved schools with adequate salaries for teachers;
a better road program; clean, new industrial
growth; increased tourist promotion; economy
in government these are but a few of the
pledges Farris Bryant has made to the
people of Florida. His record proves
he is the one man fully qualified and
capable of providing the leadership that
will guide Florida through an
era of new growth and prosperity.
It's time to elect Farris Bryant.
VOTE MAY 24!








Th poIicol odvorlisment, paid for by the St.,e
ComrP gn Treosur, tfoa ForrJ, Bryan, For Governor.


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ty Men's Clothing
it Business Sale
McGregor. Higgins and Brent-
wood Walk Shorts. Originally sold


for $3.95, $5.00 and $5.95. During
this quit business sale only $2.66
to $3.77.
Higgins Slacks. Regularly sold
for $4.95 to $15.95. This Quit Busi-
ness Sale Price is 'only $3.66 to
$8.88.
Year round Sport Coats. Regu-
larly sold for $17.95 to $35.00. The
big reduction pencil has marked
them down to $8.88 to $18.88.
Suits by Mayfield and Cloth-
craft. Regularly sold for $45.00 to
$55.00. Now only $29.88 to $32.22.
Work Pants, Regularly sold for
$3.95, $4.95 and $5.95. Now you can
sale at only $2.88 to $3.88.
These item's are going fast, -so
you had better hurry to take ad-
vantage of these bargains.

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I would like to express my sincere thanks and apprec-
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union employees of Michigan Chemical co-operated in
short crisis which ended a week ago. It was notewor-
to observe the complete lack of absenteeism and the
ngness of everyone to "roll up their sleeves" and keep
Company activities going so that a minimum of harm
ur jobs and security would result.


Further, I wish to compliment the Union on the orderly
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out an incident of any nature


It is a credit to all concerned that neither Federal nor
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THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1960'


First Baptist

Circle 4 Meets

Circle Four of the Firs tBaptist
Church met Monday afternoon at
3:00 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lon-
nie Bell with seven members pres-
ent.
The devotional, "Ed u c at ing
Youths in Missions", was given by
Mrs. L. Z. Henderson, Mrs. Grady
Keels, and Mrs. Bell, with scripture
references taken from Psalms 127:
3-4, Proverbs 22:6, 29:15, and Matt..
19:14-15. This was followed with
prayer by Mrs. C. A.,McClellan, for
missionaries on the prayer calen-
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Advisory Council Rebekah Lodge

Meets Here Holds Session
Melody Rebekah Lodge No. 22
The Advisory Council to the met in regular -session on May 13,
Florida Board of Parks and His- Noble Grand Addie Goodson presid-
toric Memorials met at the home ing. The hall was beautifully dec-
of Mrs. Ned Porter, May 5. All Grated with .pink roses and white
members *of the council were pres- Easter lilies, pink rose being one
ent. They are Rep. Cecil G. Costa, of the Assembly President's flow-
Jesse V. Stone, Harry H. Saund- ers for this year.
ers, Mrs. Ned S. Porter and Mrs. Mrs. Aliene Hightower, District
Charles Brown. Deputy President, District No. 2
The officers of the Council wera paid her official visit to the Lodge
decided upon. Mrs. Ned Port r at this time 'and gave a most in-
was elected chairman and Mrs. spring talk on "Love is the Key
Charles Brown, -secretary. That Unlocks All Locks?'. She also
spoke on the need to support our
It was voted that the council "Odd Fellow Home" in Gainesville.
meet quarterly. Mrs. Elsie Griffin presented her


It was decided that the best way
to promote projects is to meet with


The program, "Missionary Or- Emmet Hill, director of the Flor-
ganizations", was .presented with ida Board -of Parks and Historic
Mrs. W. M. Chafin, Mrs. McCl'Rilan, Memorials. The Council will meet
Mrs. Keels and Mrs. W. I. Carden with Mr. Hill at his convenience af-
taking parts. ter July 15 to-discuss important
Routine, business was discussed plans.
and Mrs. Chain dismissed the The meeting adjourned with an
.aueeting with *prayer. informal coffee.


THANK YOU FRIENDS ...
Thank you my good friends and staunch sup-
porters for your efforts and vote in my behalf in the
May 3rd Primary. My desire to win in the Second
Primary is exceeded only by my gratitude and apprecia-
tion for your trust and confidence.
As you know, I will need your help again and the
help of those who may not have supported me on May
3rd. I ask you to give serious thought to the future of
your County and mine. I bleieve that you will on May
24 vote for .

A. J. STRICKLAND


SEE and HEAR





In

Port t. Joe



SATURDAY, MAY 21 A

10:00 A.M., EST


with a lovely jelly server from the
membership.
Visiting for the District Meeting
which followed were Mrs. Wilma
Roebuck, Mrs. Ada Weller, Mrs.
Pearl Cook, Mrs. Duetta Sodiquest
and Mrs. Dora Brown, all from
Lynn Haven Hebekah Lodge, No.
35.
A social hour with refreshments
was enjoyed by all.

Student Council

Officers Elected

Officers of the Port St. Joe High
School Student Council were elect-
ed last week. Candidates for the
office of president of ,the Student
Body were: Bob Kerrigan and B)
Williams. Elected president was Bo
Williams.
Candidates for Vice-Presiiden of
the Student Body were: Larry Da-
vis and Richard Thompson. Flected
v.ce-president was Richard Thomp-
son.
Qualifications for holding these
two offices are: 1. Must maintain
at least a "C" average the precei-
ing semester before election and
while he is holding office. 2. Must
have a high average of citizensblip|
and must be from the incoming
Senior class. 3. He .shall have serv-
ed one year as a representative of
the Student -Council of this High
School.
The Vice-President has the same
qualifications as the President ex-
cept he is elected from the income.
ing Junior class, and does not havo
to have served on the Student
Council of this 'school.
These new officers will serve in
the 1960-61 school year.

CIRCLE FIVE WILL
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
Circle Five of 'the Long Avenue


Baptist Church will meet with Mrs. GL
John Core Tuesday, May 24 at ME
7:30 p.m. T


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of balance, control and sure-footed readability of Wid-e-TrI-IcK
Wheels. The difference is so dramatic it's hard to Imagine-
yet it's easy to discover. Just ask for a Wide-Tracll Drli-,,O.

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Most wanted styles of the season.
Convertible collars, sleeveless, short
and pushups. Inners and outters,
White, Fancies and Paterns.


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Men's & Women's 60c
CHILDREN 49c
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Rainbow colors, sturdy styles.


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The program, "Missionary Or- Emmet Hill, director of -the Flor-
ganizations", was presented w!-,.h ida Board of Parks, and Historic
Mrs.. W. M. Chafin, Mrs. XcCl,41aD, Memorials. The Council will meet
Yrs. Keels and Mrs. W. I. CardF.n with Mr. Hill &thiis convenience af-
taking parts. ter July 15 to discuss, important
Routine usiness was discussed plans.
and MM Chafin dismissed the The meeting adjourned with an
jueeting with -prayer. i-Aformal coffee.


THA'NIK YOU ,'FRIENDS,
Thank you my good friends and staunch sup-
porters for your efforts and vote in my behalf in the
May 3rd Primary. My desire to win in the Second
Primary is exceeded only by my gratitude and apprecia-
tion for your trust and confidence.
As you know, I will need your help again and the
help of those who may nothave supported me on May
3rd. I ask you to give serious thought to the future of
your County and mine. I bleieve that you will on May
24 vote for .

A. J. STRAICKLAND


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SEE and HEAIR
Aft

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In


Port St. Joe

SATURDAY, MAY 21
10:00 A.M., EST


Mrs. Elsie Griffin' presented her
with a lovely jelly server from the
membership.
Visiting for -the District Meeting
which followed were Mrs. Wilma
Roebuck, Mrs. Ada Weller, Mrs.
Pearl Cook, Mrs. Duetta Sodlquest
and Mrs. DoTa Brown, all from j
Lynn Haven Hebekah Lodge, NO.
35.
A social hour with refreshments
was enjoyed by all.

Student Council
Officers 'Elected
Officers of the Port St. Joe High
School Student Council were elect-
ed last week. Candidates for the
office of president of the Student
Body were: Bob Kerrigan and B)
William.s. Elected president was Bo
Williams.
Candi:ates for Vlce-Presddpn of
,li.e Student Body were: Larry Da-
vis and Richard Thompson. Flected
v!ce-president was Richard Thomp-
son.
Qualifications for hoTdin?, these
two offices are: 1. Must niailitain
at least a "C" average the preced-
ing semester before electioii and
while he is holding office. 2. Must
have -a high average of citizenship
and must be from the incomin;
Senlorclaas. 3. Ile qball have serv-
ed one year as a representative, of
the Student Gouncil of this High
School.
The Vice-PresIdent has thB samp
qualifications as the President ey-
cept he is elected from :the incom-
ing Junior class, and does not have
to have served on the Student
Council of this qchool.
These new officers will serve in
the 1960-61 school year.

CIRCLE FIVE WILL
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
Circle Five of the Long Avenue


Corner of Second St. and Mionun-ent Ave.


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Gift Sensation Men's
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S L C K S
$ 6 0 $960
28 to 48. Aheraflons Free
Plain front lvys, regular pleated
models-They all go. All favor-
ite summer colors. Top notch
buys in Florida weight fabrics.
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to please the pretty graduate. 32 to 40.
Wash in a wing. Styled and guaranteed by Phil Maid.
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Nylon-Shadow panel


Young Men's

WALKING SHORTS.

$2.60 to $4.60

Regular $2.95 to $4.95. Cotton cords,
denims, twills, madras and polished
cottons. Sizes 28 to 40. This is a gift
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THURSDAY, MA Y 19, 1960' Advisory Council
I .. 0 a wA rl,


St. Toe Garden Club -will meet this


.. LADOLICIRLEWILL


Wantp~ Adfs Get Resulo


Meets flere
The Advisory Coun6il t-6 the
Florida Board of Pafks and His-
toric Memorials met at the home
of Mrs. Ned Porter, May 5. All
members -of the council were Pres-
ent. They are Rep. -Cecil G. Cositia,
Jesse V. Stone, Harry H. Saund-
ers, Mrs. Ned S. Porter and Mrs.
Charles BrDwn.


Melody Rebekah Lodge No. 22
met in regular session on May 13,
Noble Grand Addie Goodson presi&'
Jng. The hall was. beautifully dec-
cxxted with pink roses and white
Easter' lilies, pink rose being one-
-of the Assembly President, flow-
ers for this year.
Mrs. Aliene Hightower, District
Deputy President, District No. 2


The officers, of the Council wer3 paid her official visit to the Lodge
decided upon. Mrs. Ned port- at this time and gave a most in-
was, elected chairman and Mr& sniring talk on "Love is the Key
Charles Brown, -secretary. That Unlocks All Lockse'. She also
-spoke on the need to support our
It was voted that the council "Odd Fellow Home" in Gainesville.


meet quarterly.


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FFT
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of balance, control and sure-footed readability of Wide-TracK
Wheels. The difference is so dramatic it's hard to Iniagine;
yet it's easy to discover. Just ask for a Wide-Track Dri .....

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Society Brand Nylon Briefs
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First,.Baptist

Circle: 4'Meets
Circle Four-of ithe Firs ABaptist
Church met Monday aftelmoon at
3:00 p.m. in -the-home of Mrs. Lon-
nie Bell wi-th seven members pres-
ent.
The devotional, "Educating
Youths. in Mission&", was given by
Mrs. L. Z. Henderson, Mrs. Grady.,
Keels, and Mrs. Bell, with scripture
references taken from Psalms 127:
3-4, Proverbg 22:6, 29:15, and Matt.,,
19:14-15. This ,,Was followed with
prayer by Mrs. C., A. McClellan, for
missionaries on the prayer calen-
dar.


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SALE STARTS THURSDAY, 2:00 P.M. ENDS MONDAY, 6 P.M


Savings On Living

Room Furniture


4-Platform Rockers
New-Reg. $24.95


__ $15.95


2-Large 4 s $199.95
New--Reg. $249.95-100 i.nchse long. Rubber cush.
ions, tufted backs.

1-Simmons Sofa $139.95
New-Reg. $179.95-Makes single bed. Trend line.

1-Simmons Hide-A-Bed __$199.95
New-Reg. $259.95-Brown cover.

1-Kroehier Sectiona Sofa $189.95
New-Reg. $239.95-Rose beige. Rubber cush'on.

2c. di'o Bed Suites $89.95
New-Reg. $109.95

1--Pc. Sofa Bed Suite $179.00
New-Reg. $239.95-Sofa sleeps 2. Maple.
Early American cover. Platform rocker.

-. .:d-- Di: -------9.95
New-Reg. $89.95-Covnerts to double bed or
two cots.

1-24-:. Ste- Suite $159.95
Reg. $229.95-Slightly used. Green, rubber
cushions. Like new.

1- PR. Living oom rop '.-
Used-Includes sofa, chair, and 3 tables.

2-. -------- 59.95
Reg. $79.50-Plastic arms.

3-iving Room T .s $19.95
Set of 3

* Dining Dazzlers

1-8-Pc Dining Suite -----$89.95
New-Reg. $179.95-Blonde. Table with extension
leaf. 6 chairs and buffet.

2-Drop Leaf Taes-----$69.95
New-PReg. $119.95-Mahogany.

I-Table and 6 Chairs .-- $199.95
New-Reg. $269.00-Walnut. Kroehler.


New-Reg.

2--4P.
New-Reg.


New-Reg.

Used-Reg.


'i$139.95 D rato' -c -
$139.95-Decorator colors.


$119.00


t Top inette $39.00


, ,+, ... it ; e $79.95
$119.95-Plastic top (shop worn).

$69.50


Early Bird S' ials

QuantMies RST SERVED
Quantities Are Limited ----


5 [ -- -- ------ -- $1.00
With nozzle

In attractive wood frame.
-5 C- -:-- -- -- -- $1.19
Complete with .batteries
-a ,-'-,-_-',- re
Plastic.
Large ------------97c
Reg. $1.95


* Great uys in

Bed Room Fu.iture

1-7-Pc. Ensemble------$169.00
Used-like new. Solid maple finish bed room
group. Includes Box Spring and Mattress.

1-Twin Bed Suite ------$139.95
New-Reg. $179.00-Knotty pine. Includes two
beds, dresser and chest.

2--4-Pc. Bedroom Suites $89.95
New-Reg. $109.95

1-Maple Chest on Chest -- $49.00
New-Reg. $89.00-Williams.

-Lane Cedar Chest-----$59.95
New-Reg. $89.95

2-Lane Chests---------$24.95
New-Reg. $ 39.95


New--egd. A '.L


4-..Holywed ed --- $59.95
-.:. ," ',----;,u-, size. includes Box .- ;..
Inlterspring Maitress,. n,. ,I]:,:,.. i ,,.. r,.,: ,.

-H-olyw i $19.95-
Used
6 ..;a@

Single size

IB-Pc, Ensemble $?
Reg. $199.95-Includes: Dresser, Mirror, Chest,
liar Bed, Box .-::ri,.. Innlerapring Mattries and
2 Fluffy Pilowm.

1-Ctdc-r Rob --- --- 39,95-
Used-Reg. $69.50-Like new.

2-4-Pc Be Iro m Sot $119o9
Reg. $169.50-1 ,blonde, 1 walaaLt

*Odds and'Ends

1-Bookcase Bed -------$17.95
Used-36 inch Mahogany.
I-Zenith Record Player $6-.00
Used-Rebuilt Automatic Zenith. Reg. $139.00
S -Portable --------
14" Screen demonstrator. WY.. .,.. : ...
2-Crib and M--res ---- --
New-Reg. $39.95-Thayer white or natural
1-Used Chifforobe- $-9 5
i-Liarge Kitchen Cabne__ $44.95
Used-Like New

* Appince

1-Laundromat-------- $1 .'?
Reg. $219.95--Used slightly. v. *iii .. ..
I-Bendix Washer ------
Used-Semi-Autom.atic.
I-Laundromat --------$13.95
Used-Reg. ~i..l.t -.'? i. jghuu .,.
I-Refrigerator ------- $59.95
Used-6 ft. new paint. Westinghouse
I-Westinghouse Washer --
Used-Portable automatic.
1-13-Ft. Refrigerator $399.95
Reg. $469.95-New guarantee, 2-door
Westinghouse demonstrator-Like new.
I--Westinghouse oe -- $199.95
Slightly used-Reg. $369.95--Npw .e2narmn!t-


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Look For The aleTocl.

S.!- I t 7-3151 ~ iC Reid Avenu--e WATBY>;~.


veniences. At St. Joe Beach. See
Bud Owens, phone 648-4348. 3tp
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ments. For couple only. Phone
7-7641. -Kfe-51 9



FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
needs call 0-1195 or write W. L.
Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. 4-21
;F Y OU ARE INTERESTED in


Visits D' ugits.
Mrs. Richard Porter returned
Sunday after vi.-tiai with Captain
and Mrs .Taick Wsatts in Charles-


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saving money see us for 'i':'i. 't, ,taon, South Carolina. Mrs. Watts is
FOR RENT: Small house at 1031 you need in your home. STOP and the former Barbara Porter.
Long Ave. Kitchen equipped with SWAP SHOP.
gas. See Joe Mira, or call 9-1301. ----------
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom hous- Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Advertising doesn't cost-it PA'Va
es at Oak Grove. See Sam Neel quick expert service. tfe -- --
at Wimberly Pontiac Co. ltp
SIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S xo TO CHURCH H UNDAV
FOR SALE: Horse. Very gentle. COURT, GULF COUNTY,
Good for children. $150. Including FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
saddle and bridle. Can ,be seen at IN RE: Estate of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
1305 Monument Ave. or call 7-5781 FRANCIS MICHAEL HALL, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
or 7-3371. tfc-4-14 Deceased.- IN CHANCERY.
FOR SALE A large three bedroom NOTICE OF FILING PETITION IN RE: Adoption of
house on Eighth St. on 1 lots. FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF RITA SUE LEE,
Willousell furnished for $8,000 or un- ADMINISTRATRIX a minor.
ill l furnished for $8,000 or ITO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE
Threebedroom house on Fourth TO: JAMES B. LEE, whose address
-ThreeOndrlym house on F$7,000ourth1 Notice is hereby given that I is unknown.
-Three bedroom masonry home have filed my final returns as ad-; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
with two baths, den, living room ministratrix of the estate of FRAN- that a petition has been filed in
dining room and kitchen Only $10, CIS MICHAEL HALL, deceased; the above styled Court by Emory
00 kitchenthat I have filed my petition for M. Cum.bie and wife, Josephine
We have a three bedroom and final discharge, and that I will ap- Inez Cumbie for the adoption by
a two bedroom house for sale in ply to the Honorable Sam P. Hus- Emory M. Cumbie of Rita Sue Lee,
SWhite City that are priced to& sel. band, County Judge of Gulf Coun- a minor, and you are required to
SWe can assist you in financing any ;ty, Florida on May 13th, 1960, for serve a copy of your answer or ob-
S these oue nncng ans.y approval of the same and for final sections to show cause why said
SFRANK and DOT'S AGENCY discharge as administratrix of the petition should not be granted, on
221 Reid Ave. Phone BA 7-3491 estate of FRANCIS MICHAEL Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At-
HALL, deceased, torney for Petitioners, 221 Reid
FOR SALE: 28 foot cabin cruiser. LULA R. HALL, .Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and
Inboard motor, completely over- Administratrix of the file the original in the office of
haLuled. Head, 2 bunks. $500. ee estate of Francis Michael ti e Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
John Smith at Smith's Radio and Hall, deceased. County, Florida, on or before the
TV. Phone 7-5591. tfc, 13th day of June, 1960.
FEIN THE CIRCUIT COURT Herein fail not or a decree pro
FOR SALE: 20" Emerson window GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. confesso will be entered against
fan with thermostat, 2-speed and In Chancery. you.
reversible. Used one season 'and in REGUSTA ANDERSON WITNESS my hand and the seal
excellent condition. Reason for sell Plaintiff, of said Court .'at Wewahitchka,
ing, moved to Mississippi. See W. vs. Gulf County, Florida; this 9th day
L. Smith at 1303 Long Ave. 2tc JAMES ANDERSON of May, 1960.
FOR SALE: Chucker partridgel Defendant /s/ jEOf.GE Y. CORE
eggs FOR SALE: Chucker partridge how NOTICE TO: James Anderson Clerk Circuit Court
fast you get here). Eimo Ford, whose place of residence is Un- Gulf County, Florida
Phone 7-37S6. known. SEAL 41-5-12
Phone 7-786. On o or before the 18th .day of
FOR SALE: Thor wringer type June, A.D., 1960 the defendant, --- --------
washing machine and 3-speed, 20 James Anderson is required to RE-ELECT
inch window fans. Phone 648-4436. serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens, C on
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address GEORGE W. COOPER
JUST VACATED at St. Joe Beach, is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
2 bedroom house, furnished. $75. Florida, a copy of and file with the COMMISSIONER FROM
month. Also 3 bderoom furnished Clerk of -said Court, the original of DISTRICT NO. 5
house. Has aulo. washing machine, an answer to the Bill of Complaint My.record as county commission
$100. mo. J. D. Clark, phone 7-4156. filed against him herein, er for the past seven years will
FOR SALE: Two and three bed- WITNESS ma y hnd and official show that I have conducted myself
room house at Mexico Beach.'Guf County, Florida, this 18'th day n efficiency, always bearing n mind
Sof May, A.D., 1960. OR 4t that the interests of the people
-- ce o oa 5 l ( U OTGEORGE Y. CORE 4t came firt
S-20 acresF or nd. 5A mile iRO Cerk Circuit Court 5-19 Being well aware that I am a
South of Wewahitchka. Planted (! IRU_ COUR SAL) servant of .the people, I have made
with pines. 3 years old. Priced for! every effort to serve the people
aood investment, IN THEI CIRCUIT COURT well, and with honor. if re-elected,
I ,-3 acres of waterfront property GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. my humble promise is that I will
located on Creek that flows into In Chancery. continue to serve the people to the
Intracoasial Canal at Overstreet. I ETTY SUE BAILEY best of my ability.
ideal for fish camp or retirement Plaintiff, I have found great pleasure and
home Ys. satisfactios In public service; there.
10lots. at St. Joe Beach in one EMORY CHESLEY BAILEY fore,I .am seeking re-election to
Shblock Priced for good investment. Defendant this important office. So I ask for
,: Nice home located oun lHunter SUIT FOR DIVORCE AND your continued loyal support and
E. Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 'bath, deep OTHER RELIEF I ask for your vote.
well pump, .itua'ted .on 2 lots. 6%, NOTICE TO: Emory Chesley GEORGE W. COOPER
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- Bailey whose place of residence is (Paid Political Advertisement)
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00 PFC Emory Chesley Bailey, B Bat-
per month. tery, 83rd Artillery, 2nd Howitzer RE LEC'
Only one ,new honme left on Cyp- Bettalion, APO 39, New York, New A | S'TIfl A
sress Ave. for .sale -to veteran that. York.- A. SRiCLANDP
can qualify for VA loan. Located,: On or before the 24th day of CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
ip in Port St. Joe's most up-to-date June, A.D., 1960 the defendant, Em- COMMISSIONER FROM
subdivision. ory Chesley Bailey is required to DISTRICT NO. 1
--Nice 3 bedroom home located at serve ,upon Benjamin H. Dickens, I am grateful to .you for your
208 10th St. Recently repainted in- Plainitff's Attorney, whose address splendid support in my last cam-
Sside. Priced for quick sale. is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, paign for this office, and I am place.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY Florida, a copy of and file with the ing my name before-you again for
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe Clerk of said Court, the original of your favorable consideration.
F SR SALE Two bedroom buna-an answer to the Bill of Complaint During this, my first term in of-
owR xtra large aor filed against him herein for di- fice, I have at all costs served the
low. Extra large carport and vorce. people of Gulf County conscien-
storage room, oreezeway, patio, WITNESS my hand and official tiously, thoughtfully, airly, straight
i fetimne roof, hardwood floors, seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, forwardly, keeping in mind that the
ge living-dining area, largepontchen- Gf County, Florida, this 15th day interests of you, the people, are my
Garrison Ave. Phone 7-4211 for ap- of ORay, A. .190 CR, primary interest.
ointment. $14,500.00. 211 r GEORGE Y. CORE, 4t I will apprceiate your support
intent. $14,500.00. c_ 9 Clerk circuit Court. 5-19 during this campaign and will be
FOR SALE: 1952 model Shult .mo- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) honored and pleased to have you
bile home in, good condition. $1,- 1 cast your vote for me on election
200. Can be seen at Wi.mico Lodge day, Tuesday, May 3, 1960.
in White City after 5 p.m. Hughey Wani A es et ..' A. J. STRICKLAND
Williams. tfc-5-19 (Paid Political Advertisement)
FOR SALE: Large circulating oil
heater with two 55-gal. drums.
valves and stand. Complete outfit,
S$25.00. See at 532 Third St. T'
L,F OR SALE: Three bedroom, ma-
onry home, hardwood floors, me-
awnings, breezeway, fuel oil
Q ce heater, closed carport, extra
,'e 0lot, landscaped. I';in/,to:'.! L e
.. b e arranged. C. L. Parker, 905 /
prisonn A:ve., Port St. Joe, P. 0.
,:rn. -. -_ 8tc-19 j .1010 PALM BOULEVARD
r.FOR SALE: Mark 55AE Mercury BOULEVARD
Vi outboard d motor with all controls, THE L \ E T FASHIONS in
S. atric starter, generator, in ex-
, '.. -lent shape with new plugs, new
- .... ts, just been tuned and tested, | C A
'. pops: speed and srevice, 6 gal. g &
S tank. Owner traded for larger | L y J il
l. -,-c. This one for only $60.00 din.
the remainder on easy pay-
.ts. Call BAll 7-8381 for .appoint- THE CAY NINETIES I.-.' 1
i.-t. __________ THE FRENCH rI.rl!
IFOR SALE: Used automatic Ken THE CLAD ACi!
'[ore washer. Call Mark Frimo- THE' C'.1 '1 PAJAMASI
S7-8786. Itc --
.R .-. SALE: 5 horsepower, 220 volt "
, ; general Electric motor. 1800 rpm
'I loaded. In ..-..; ,, : .-.. $100.
_. we will horse trade you. See at B aSi,a.s
I.. Star. Phone 7-3161.
-i We have an A-i location in .,i'.i-.i center in Port
SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser "e -"
.. ith 65 hp motor. Sleeps two, St. Joe and Marianna for Koin Kleen Self Service Laun-
.,'ion or call BAll 7-5771. dries. We feature the 19-lb. double load duplex wash-
d, galley, $1200.00. See ROy er. No experience necessary. Can be operated in spare
.- SALE: Top so, and driveway time. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. i.. :..:
i mns, phone 648-4348. 4tp-4-28 I down payment. Bank financing, ''. i-- ,) ... :
SSALE: Choice beach lots. .
I fearedd and ready to build on. .
I ... to $950. On St. Joe Beach. Bud I I
... ies, phone 64S-4348. 4tp-4-28 Rioute 3, 128 Panama C .*, Florida
., 5 PAIRS made on radio, televi- Call ._4-8223
- .son and washing machines. 1020 '
Garrison Ave. Allen Chaffin. 2t


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The Wesleyan Service- Guild of
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished FOR YOUR WATKINS Products the First Methodist Church will
cottages. $45 ner month. Ander- needs call 7-1195 .or write W. L. have a bake sale Saturday morning
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tfe Ctu .,.. Box 482, Port St. Joe tfe at 10:30 a.m. in front of the Prince
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station. HOUSE PLANS and remodeling and Princess Shop on Reid Ae
i A-r- at St. Joe Motor Co. Port plans, ].-. i-o-,1 and drawn. Plans The ladies will sell cakes, pies
St. .':-. Fla. tfe-4-14 drawn t(. i.-. VA or your spec and cookies. All' items will be
fications. See Bill Waterhouse, homemade.
TRAILER SPACE for rent. All con- 1206 Long Ave. 8tc-5-19 __


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