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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: June 2, 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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THE STAR


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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


Bob Bracewell Is Seriously


Injured In Swim Accident


Bob Bracewell will not walk
again-so say his doctors at Sac-
red Heart Hospital in Pensacola.
Bob, 15 year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Bracewell of Port
St. Joe received severe neck and
back injuries Monday afternoon
while swimming in a creek in-
side the City Limits of Port St.
Joe.
Of course, Bob's parents re-
fuse to accept the verdict handed
out by the doctor, and they re-
port that Bob himself, while he
hasn't as yet learned that the
doctor says he won't walk again
Is In good spirits and determined
ti help himself.
Bob was injured Monday af-
ternoon in the drainage ditch
that runs between Garrison Ave-
nue and Ward Ridge. The boys
havi a swimming hole where
they observe the time-honored
habit of boys of swimming in the


altogether.
Monday, Bob, Curtis Ham-
mond, Jr., Johnny Ray and James
Kennedy were sitting up chairs
at the football stadium for grad-
uation 'exercises Monday night.
They became a little warm and
decided to head for the swimming
hole to "cool off". Bob dived into
shallow water and hit the bot-
tom hard. He came up thrashing,
his arms and unableto help him-
self. Curtis Hammond, Jr., saw
he was hurt and swam out to
rescue Bob. Curtis brought Bob
to the edge of the pool, and Bob
said he couldn't move his legs
and that they itched. The boys
wanted to remove Bob from the
water and take him to a car and
get him to the doctor. Young
Hammond, having considerable
Scout training under local Scout
leaders, told the other boys to
let him be and go get the doctor


THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1960


Local Bank Is

Now Florida

National Bank

Walter Dodson, Vice-President
and Cashier of the Florida Bank
at Port St. Joe received confirma-
tion Tuesday from R. M. Gidney,
Comptroller of Currency in Wash-
ington, D. C., that the Florida
Bank at Port St. Joe had been ap-
proved as. a National Bank effec-
tive yesterday, Wednsdrlav. June 1.
Dodson said the' new status of
the bank will give increased bene-
ifits to kts depositors., e-p.--..i i,
businessmen who make out of town
payments on merchandise.
The National status, primarily
means, that 'all checks, drawn on
the local bank would be payable at
par value. In their former status
it was necessary 'to collect -one-
eighth of one percent of the face
Value of each check issued on the
local bank for service charges.
This practice has now been elim-
Dodson said that ;the .change in
status would cost the bank some
$15,000.00 atuuu:illy in lost -service
charges 'but said it would make the
.bank more attractive for depositors
giving the bank more money 'to
lend locally.
Officer and Director personnel
will remain unchanged.
This makes the nineteenth Flor-
ida Bank out of 29 to achieve a


as symptoms showed serious in-
jury. Hammond held just his
head out of the water while the
other boys went after a doctor.
Bracewell was taken by am-
bulance to the Municipal Hospi-
tal and X-rayed. He was then
sent on to Pensacola to Sacred
Heart Hospital.
Bob was operated on for three
and a half hours Tuesday and
found to have two broken verte-
brae at the base of his neck and
a crushed' vertebrae at the base
of his spine. He now has tongs
placed in his head with 10 pounds
of traction applied which he
must live with for up to five
months in the hospital.
. Bob's father and sister return-
ed to Port St. Joe late Tuesday
afternoon and report that he is
in good spirits even though he
is uncomfortable in his traction.


National Bank status, of -the Little Boys Baseball' League f:'4
Dodson said that patrons having were awarded by League President
personalized checks or other .bank R. H. Ellzey last Friday afternoon
stationery with the old "Florida prior ,to. the games of the after- .
Bank at Port St. Joe" heading may 'noon.
continue to'use up their supply .and Of *the five boys receiving the


i"illl li '^1_ 7 E tf WFwill still receive the National awards, two are till playing i'
Bank benefits I the League.. The. awards are usu- .
Dodson said that although indi- ally made to graduating player's.
I vidual depositors will not feel too Receiving .the most valuable piL- '- .
much effect from the change, it er award for both Leagueo was
will greatly improve the financial Doug Hallman. Doug is now play-
pi, ture In Port St. Joe. in.g with the Babe Ruth organiza-
aytr Ch1ir T tion, having graduated from Little .
t acchde l Coonr o Boys' Baseball at 'the end of last ; .'
BTaAylorRhLULa Ritesyear'slseason.
ETAOIN SHLastRites Held Receiving sportr tsmanship awards PRESENTS BOND-Tom S. Coldewey. right, Vice-Presid-ent of the
by WES-LEY R. RAMSEY in the American League were Rob- St. Joe Paper Company presents a $25.00 Savings Bond to Little
SFor r S in Brown, now playing with ;the Boys Baseball League RH. Elzey. The bond is to be placed in
Two tragedies occurred in Port Dozers and Othel Tucker who has -the League treasury.
St. Joe during the week 'end-nei- Mrs. Lenise Roberts ,of 1301 Mec- movec fron Port St. Joe.
their of which were concerned with The Baylor Religious Hour ClellanAvenuepassedawaySat- Reivi 'te spatio anshipal League er
the Memorial Day holiday. Which urday, May 28 at the Municipal were Jak e Bel in, now playing withal Leag
all goes to show that accidents can .'. '. Hospital followvitiag an illness of the Krafties and Howard Davis, w
happen any time, any place, to Waco, Texas, will present a pro- about two weeks. nowwith the Babe Ruth orwaniza-vs
anybody. gram of sacred and inspirational .... Mrs. Roberts. is survived by her ton ai not present forth pre-
The first of the accidents was music at the First Baptist Church husband, Harley; 'one son, Ray- senta tion t n r
the accidental shooting of George 'at 8:00 p.m. -tonight. mond W. 'and one daughter, Betty OND. DONATED
Wi:niberly, Sr., while working -on The BRH Choir was -organized- Carolyn of Port S. Joe; mother oND DONATED
a .22 calibre rifle in his back yard in 1948 by Dick Baker to sing in and father, Mr: and Mrs. A. M. Ton' S. Codewey, icpanypre-ie reent
ast Fri.day. the Wednesday evening worship Lovett of Eagle Lake; three bo Of the St. Joe Paper Company pe- F funeral services were held for
Mr. Wimberly was a respected service on the Baylor campus. others, Mayo Lovett of Eagle Lak, rented a $25.00 Savings Bond to, George H. Wimberly, Sr., age 58,
citizen, a long-time resident and This service, known as the Bay-. Jack Lovett of Orlando and Soen- the Little Boys Baseball organiza- from the First Methodist Church,
probably the last practicing "shade lor Religious Hour, 'or BRH, fea- cer Lovett of Green Point; .two sism- tion. The bond was won 'by an em-a3:00pmwih
tree" mechanic in Port St. Joe. Mr. tures outstanding speakers thru- ters, Mrs. Louise Herndon, Chatta- :ployee of St. Joe Paper Company undaev. M ay 30 at 3:00 pastor of m. wth
u the Suter n. B t S d for naming the company's ns R0. W Berley, pator oth e
Wimberly started his work in the ou the Southern Baptist Conven- hoochee and Mrs. Donna Gillutte, aming .the Company' news- church officiating.
"shade tree" days and continued tion. Unusual lighting effects, Dennberg, Conn. paper and was donated anonymous- B h Na. Interment was in the family plot
active in his work up untis l the contemporary background sett- Funeral services were held from Leae at Holly Hill Cemetery.
present day. ings, and new and original 'music the Highland Vi e w Methodist Survivors included his wife, Mrs.
Sm e': ., Survivors included hi's wife, Mrs.w
The second tragedy occurred arrangements are 'added to aip Church Monday, May 30 at 2:00 Dean Sets Summer Brunelle Wimb.ery; two sons,
yesterday (this is written Tuesday peal especially to the college ip m. with Rev. Charles Parker of-' P g m George I., Jr., and E. Clifford of
when Bob Brancewell was paralyzed student. ficiaRting. B P 0g Port Sa.t Joe; one daughter, Mrs.
from the neck down 'by ,diving in The Choir 'takes three week I ntdrment was in the family plot I Jan W. mosque of Greenville, S. C.;
too shallow water near Ward end trips a year, singing in REV. ALTON BROWN in Holly Hill' Cemetery. Herman Dean, High School Band five grandchildren; his mother,
Ridge. Truly a tragedy 'for one so church services ;throughout Tex- Evangelist Comforter Funeral Ho'me of Port Director, announces that the sum- Mrs. E. M. Wilmnberly of Port St.
young and full of life. as. At the close of 'school in the St. Joe was in charge of arrange- 'aer Band School will open with a *..' Joe; two brothers, E. C. of Fort
And of course, s such a tragedy spring, gan extended tour is tak- Rm Set Aents. General meeting for allne w band E a-iton Beach and Lawson M. of
always 'brings to the front that we en. The purpose of the Choir s l students on Monday, June 6 at 9: 00 m Winter Haven and one sister, Mrs.
needed facilities to prevent it. "To Win The Lots and Challenge ed a.m. The meeting wilbe conducted MISS EMMA JO BELCHLester Hunt of Tampa.
One of_.the first things this edi- the Saved." Pentecostal USchedule Listed For the High Scilool Band Room. Rr. Wimberly met death Friday,
tor was confronted with Tuesday Recently the Choir has corn- I Little Boys Baseball Dean stresses that it 'is very im- Miss Belcher Named May 27 'about 10:00 a.m. from an
was a suggestion by several peo- pleted two long-playing Hi-Fidel- Revival services will begin at the portant that all new students 'at- Church Music Director acidental .gunshot wound.
ple that a swimming pool would 'have ity records on the Word Label, IPentecostal Holiness Church to- Below is t he schedule of Little tend .this meeting. Instruments will DireO According to Dr. Joe Hendrix,
prevented such 'an accident. "Songs in the Night", and morrow night, Boys Baseball League play for teh be issued, class schedules explain- Th Pentecostal holiness Chur Wimberly was working on a .22
We doubt it. "Hymns Immortal'." morrow niht, Friday, June 3 and corigweek. ed, and all questions answered dur- ,calibre rifle in his back yard, ap-
Certainly a swimming pool would Chuck Gray, a graduate stud.. -will continue through Saturday, NATIONAL LEAGUE ing the session. New registrations noe o heri f Wa sh E parently repairing the gun when It
be nice. and the Star .has suggested ent from Rome, Georgia, .is di Junle 11. Tonight, Rotary vs IGA-night will not be accepted after the ma Jo Fletcher of l ashington l e wet off shooting him in the chest
so many ;times before, but we do rector of the Choir, and Don Rev. Alton Brown of Greenwood, game. above date and time.C.,who will tae charge of the and killing him instantly. Dr. Hen-
not believe that the pool should Looser, a junior from dLukln, e t Friday, Krafties vs Ford-Pontiac, At the present time, 145 students church's music program. drix sid. the breech of the gun
S. C., will -be the visiting evange-Atthet s sIdrixssidsthesbreechofthe gun
be built on the strength of this tra. Texas, is piano accompanist. night game. have registered for the following Miss Belcher is a graduate of was open and the casing of a cart-
gic accident. Boys are boys the st for the meeting Monday,, Sharks vs Ford-Pontiac, courses: nine flutes, 15 clarinets, Emmanuel College at Franklin dge was lodged in the chamber
world over, and regardless if Port Rev. Brown is a graduate of Em- day game. five basses, nine cornets four Springs, Georgia. sideways. Apparently Wimberly
St. Joe had a dozen pools, chances W S 0 manuel College and Lander Col- Tuesday, Krafties vs IGA, day drums, one tympani, four trom- Miss Belcher ill working in was trying to dislodge the cart-
are more than often that when lege in Greenwood, S. C. He as game. bones, two French horns, one saxo- the revival scheduled to start at ridge when it went off.
Haer morg eisG re etnoad Snhe e 'has game. bones, two e horns, oneo. saxo t-h enhurc onJne the public Mr. A imher pntermwiat
boy wants a quick dip, he is going Action Beginsn ere eenin full time evangelistic work Wednesday, Rotary vs Sharks, phone, one baritone, four change-tI ur. N imberly was a carter with
to the "old swimming hole" to cool in the Pentecostal Holiness Church day game. over students, one music theory, has a cordial invitation to attend his son, George, Jr., in the Wire-
off rather than pay a fee to swim The Women's Softball League for the past three years. AMERICAN LEAGUE one advanced clarinet, 14 major- berly Motor Company here in
in a pool, which would have to be has gone into action in Por. St. The public is cordially invited to Today, Hard Sitars vs Sockeys, ettes and the entire Junior High Only Two Games Played Port St. Joe. He had been in the
charged. Joe with four teams, the Dixie Dar- each of the services which will be day game. School Band of 73 members will In Men' Ball League automobile and repair business in
All "swimming holes" have held lings, Vitro Wives, WJOE Cardi- held each night at 7:45 m. There Friday, Dozeris vs Boxers, day go out for marchingd t techniques. d n lue Port St.Joe since 1937 with the
such terrors for mothers and fa- nals and IGA Black Widows parti- will 'be special music in -each ser- game. All concerned are requested to Several ..,.; I, caused po(lt- exception of about three years.
others since boys first came into cl,pating. vice. Monday, Dozers vs Gators ; night read -the following with care: 9:00 1ponemnient of several games in the Comforter Funeral Home of Port
vogue, but it is one of those things Sunday the ladies met in cam-, game. a.m. Monday, June 6, general meet- Men's Softball League this past St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
we must ive with. bat with the Dixie Darlings defeat- S UTS WILL Tuesday, Hard Stars vs Boxers, ng of all new students. Class in- week. The only games played were ments.
We learned late Tuesd~ay after- ing the Vitro Wives, 10 to 3. TheIEE T TOMORROW NIGHT night game. struction will begin on Monday, a double-header last Friday night. --
noon that Bob will probably never WJOE Cardinals squeaked out m TWednesiday, Gators vs Sockeys, June 13. All class schedules will Local 740 defeated the Lions C l,, Attend Service
walk again. This is tragic, since he 5-4 victory over -the IGA Black Wi- Cub.master R. H. Elizey has ani- day game. be effective as of this date. 13-2 in the opener with Woolford's Attending the Intermediate Cor-
was a boy of the outdoors, loving dows. nounced that the last Cub Scout This ,means that there will not outslugging Sammy's Autio Reaiir nation service at the Parker Bap-
to fish, hunt, play ball and the Monday, IGA Black Widows will Pack meeting will be held tomor- VISITING FROM AlABAMA be class instruction on June 7, 8, 11-9 in the nightcap. tist Church from Port St. Joe were
like. meet the Vitro Wives. rcw 'night, June 3 at 8:00 p.m 1t 9 and 10. This time will 'be used Saturday's game between Vitro Mrs. A. 1'. \Iartin, Mrs. Herman
His parents haven't bowed to Thursday, WJOE plays the Dixie the STAC House. Meliss aand Eric Moore of Dade- by the band director for prepara- Red and Vitro Blue was ptpon)ned uBarbee, 1\Mrs. A. P. Jackson and
what the doctors say is the inevit- Darlings. The meeting has been caainged ville, Alabama are ,spending two tion of courses, checking of 'instru- Tomorrow night, Woolford's will Andrea Martin.
,able. and they say Bob is in good All' games are 'played on the IAt- from Thursday due to several con- weeks with their grandmother Mrs. merits and other 'details of adminis- meet Local 740 and Vitro Red will -
(Continued On Page 8) tle Boys Baseball field. .fliets. Ellen Kirkland. tration. go against Sammy's Auto Repair. t- CHURCH SUNDA1


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


NUMBER 36


..5
RECEIVE AWARDS-Pictured above are the three players in the Little Boys Baseball League on hand
last Friday afternoon to receive their awards from last year. Holding their awards, in the front,
row, are, from left to right, Robbin Brown, Jake Belin and Doug Hallman. Pictured in' the rear are
Tom Coldewey, left, who presented 'a Savings Bond to the League and R. H. Ellzey, right, president
of the Little Boys Baseball League.

Baseball Trophies

Are Presented -

Trophies from last year's season ,. .*' '' ''.'' -








IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address TOO LATE TO
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe,
In Chancery. Florida, a copy of and file with the L Y
REGUSTA ANDERSON, Clerk of said Court, the original of C L A S r EF
Plaintiff, an 'answer to the Bill of Complaint By RUSSELL KAY
vs. filed against him herein for divorce. n
JAMES ANDERSON WITNESS my hand and official -
Defendant seal of said Court at Wewahitch- Being of 'horse and buggy vint-
FOR DIVORCE ka, Gulf County, Florida, this 23rd ,age, I can never get over the thrill
NOTICE TO: James Anderson day of May, A.D., 1960. of modern day travel. The exper-
whose place of residence is un- GEORGE Y. CORE er exper
known. Clerk Circuit Court. fence of acting supper in Florida
On or before the 25th day of (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-5-26 and breakfast thousands of miles
June, A.D., 1960 the defendant, away in a foreign land still gives
James Anderson is required to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, me tingling goose humps.
,serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens, GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. As a member of the Pan Amerin
S IN CHANCERY.
IN RE: Adoption of can Commission of Tampa delega-
RITA SUE LEE, tion on tour of South America, Mrs.
.a minor. Kay and I enjoyed a delightful meal
NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE on a Capital airliner enroute to
TO: JAMES B. LEE, whose address M a apal airlie enrolte to
is unknown. Miami where we would 'board a
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED giant Panagra Clipper to Lima,
,that a petition has been filed in Peru.
the 'above styled Coutt 'by Emory Our companions, congenial Tam-
( \M. Cumbie and wife, Josephine
Inez Cumbie for the adoption by pa business ,executives, greeted us
a minor, and you are required to soon one big happy family. Earl
S2 W serve a copy of your answer or ob- Mullen, executive head of the Com-
.- z sections to show cause why said
/ petition should not be granted, on mission, watched over us like a
4, A Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At- mother hen. Problems large or
torney for Petitioners, 221 Reid small were passed 'on to him and
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, and I he somehow miraculously slved
fi e the original in 'the office of
tl e Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf each in turn and always came up
County, Florida, on or before the smiling.
13th day of June, 1960. All night, flying, even with the
Herein fail not or a decree pro comforts and attention .provided
confesso will be entered 'against fromthecrew and equipment of
S V oyu. from the crew 'and equipment of
You ver WITNESS my hand and the seal the modern airliner, is tiring and
Scf said Court at Wewahitchka, you awake in the morning some-
heard it Gulf County, Florida, this 9th day what dishevelled, your eyes heavy
of May, 1960.
S/s. GEORGE Y. CORE from fitful sleep, your joints stiff,
SO quie Clerk Circuit Court your clothes lumpy and in need 'of
Gulf County, Florida press.
P i K i 1SEAL __ _41-5-12 I peeked from the window to see
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT a brilliant sun shining over the
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. rugged Andes 'mountains while fluf-
H In Chancery. fy clouds an dmist far below us
BETTY SUE BAILEY struggled to resist 'the powerful
Plaintiff, beams that would soon absorb
s EMORY CHESLEY BAILEY them.
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship -- 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


captain brings a cheery "good
morning" and -the information that
you are approaching the Lima air-
port. Fasten your 'seat 'belts and

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observe the no smoking sign. You
feel the plane in descent, your aers
crack and a slight 'bump informs
you that it was a ,safe landing.
Gathering your hand baggage,
and topcoats you make your way
down .the gangplank and enter an
airport where hustle and 'bustle
greets you. A clatter 'of strange
tongues and ,dialects buzz in your
ear, signs ,speak to you in Spanish,
but a few flash words wi'ht which
you are familiar such 'as Coca-
Cola, Koda and Pepsi-Cola.
The problem's of customs, health
and immigration, so bothersome
for the individual traveler, fade
like a bad dream as your efficient
tour ,director and an able assistant
provided by Pan-American Airways
haggle with officials. Before you
know it you are herded like sheep
through a maze of entryways past
silent smiling officials whose in-
terest in you has been fully satis-
fied. You don't even have to pick
up or identify your luggage, it is
already going through customs and
will probably be in your room at
the hotel when you 'arrive.
The comfortable Mercedes-Benz
bus that was waiting for you at ,bhe
airport carries you .on a circuitous
route 'through the sprawling city
of Lima. Although it is Fall in
South America, flowers are every-
where in evidence. Squalor 'and
'splendor rub 'elbows. The architec-


tural vision iof splendor and squalor
tell the story 'of vast wealth and
pitiful poverty along your route.
Parks and plazas, playgrounds
and recreation areas seem to 'be
everywhere. As you near the heart
of' the 'city better residences make
their appearance, most nestle ibe-
hind 'high ways and peek at you
through the luxurious foliage of
their grounds. Warmth and hospi-
tality reside behind these austere
walls for -those who 'are 'bid enter
,but trespassers are not welcome.
I was fortunate in having a per-
sonal friend in Lima, Richard Boe-
isen, who officially represents the
Florida State Chamber of Com-
merce there. He graciously invited
Mrs. TKay and me to be his guest's


JuOne, A.D., 1960 the defendant t, Em-'for luncheon and later took us on
ory Chesley Bailey is required to a tour of points of interest. We
serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens,
Plainitff's Attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, .
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of 'said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against him herein for di-
vorce.
WITNESS my hand and official '
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 15th day
of May, A.D., 1960.
GEORGE, Y. CORE, 41 Insurance Counselor
Clerk Circuit Court. 5-19 Old Equity Ufe, Eyansf p SI
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
-t I would no more advise a maIlt e
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S make out his own ,A ill than I wov'd
COURT, GULF COUNTY, recommend that he givoimselfsaed-
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. ical care.
IN RE: Estate of ,i you 't,Vwe not yet made out your
FRANCIS MICHAEL HALL, will, I urge you-for the sake of your
NOTceasOF FILING PETITION family.and yourself-to visit your
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF fainily or business lawyer. If you
ADMINISTRATRIX don't have a lawyer, any competent
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- lawyer' will do. Find his name by
CERN: asking your relatives or friends, a
Notice is hereby givens tas ad- trust officer at your bank, or your
Iministratrix of the estate ofFRAN- insurance agent.
CIS MICHAEL HALL, deceased; Once you have picked lawyer,
that I have filed my petition for call him and make an appointment.
final discharge, and that I will ap- Then be prepared to give him such
ply to the Honorable Sam P. Hus- information as your assets; business
band, County Judge of Gulf Coun- interests; names and addresse- or
ty, Florida on May 13th, 1960, for
-approval of the eame and for final your insurance agent, banker, reai
M discharge as administratrix of the estate agent and others you rely or
estate of FRANCIS MICHAEL for advice; names, ages, birthplaces,
HALL, deceased. relationships of yodir dependents; in-
LULA R. HALL, 4urance policies; liabilities; poss:bl.
tate of Francisof Michael person& t- serve as executor of your
Hall, deceased. will a-nd guardian for your chi!'r,-:,
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SYMPTOMS. IN S-2 YOU GET THE BEST
-FOR LESS!!
CAMPBELL'S DRUG STORE
Port St. Joe, Florida


Don't Throw Away
Your Old Furniture
LET US
Re-upholster
your faded, torn and worn
furniture

Red's Trim Shop
Corner Second and Reid


,i~ a 3


1 6 Acres Burned
Burned 135.1 acres. Pope says that
Thus Far In '60 although the number of fires is
the same, more acreage has been S
Gulf County Dispatcher 3. X burned this year due to dry wae-
Pope says fire reports show that other conditions.
18 forest fires have burned 163 Pope urges 'extreme care in the TELEPHONE: BAH 7-4191
atres so far In the year 1960. Com- woods at this time. He says that DAILY 2O45
paring with the same period in records show that carelessness OPEN DAILY. 2:4b P.N..
1959, Pope says during '59. 18 fires causes most fires. Carelessness SATURDAY, 12:15 P.M.
plus present dry weather conditions _
were .tremendously impressed with can spell disaster for the forests, THURSDAY FRIDAY
this splendid Peruvian capital city so please be careful, the Forest
and regretted that our stay there Service urges.
W I U 1'U 4U :i -,.U- 4. 7 'ii..


New Low Prices t...


You


DOUBLE FEATURE
SATURDAY ONLY





SAVAGE AFRICA
at its
MiGHTIEST!



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-A ETRO -OIDWYN-MATf I C AvB O FARRAR
A M*.G Z~y.AYER PICTUREE


June 2 thru 11 O
Stone's tbig Quit Business Sale Below is a sample of the Quit
is coming down to the wire this Business prices now in effect at
week. Stocks are running low at
these low, low Quit Business pric-
es. Shop now while your size may take advantage of these prices 'be-
still be found. ore this date.
Freeman Dress Shoes, reg. $10.95 to $15.95 now $6.60 to $9.00.
Work shoes, reg. $7.95 to $11.95-now $4.80 to $7.20.
Resistol Straw Hats, reg. $5.00 to $10.00-now $2.99 to $5.99.
Arrow Dress Shirts, reg. $3.95 to $5.00-now $1.99 to $2.50.
McGregor short 'sleeve sport shirts, reg. $4.00 to $5.00-now
$2.40 to $2.99.,
McGregor swim shorts reg. $2.95 to $5.95-now $1.80 to $3.60.
Walk shorts, reg. $3.95 to $5.95-now $2.40 to $2.99.
Hickok belts, reg. $1.50 to $2.5(-now 90c to $1.50.
Wembley bow 'ties, reg. $1.00-row 3 for $1.50.
Wembley 4 in hand ties, reg. $1.50 to $2.50-now 77c ach or
three for $2.00.
Work pants, reg. $3.95 to $5.95--now $2.40 to $3.60.
Summer slacks, reg. $4.95 to $11.95-now $2.99 to $7.20.
Wash and wear robes, reg. $5.95-now $3.60.
Shortle pajamas, reg. $2.95 to $3.95-now $1.80 or three for $0.00.
Shortie -pajamas, reg. $2.95 to $3.95-now $1.80 or three for $5.00.
Regular pajamas, reg. $3.95-now $2.40 or three for $6.50.
shorts, reg. $1.00-now 59c or three
Cooper's 'boxer and gripper for $1.50.
Jockey birefs, rog. $1.25-now 75c or three for $2.00.
Jockey midway, reg. $1.50-now 89c or three for $2.50.
Shields jewelry, reg. $2.50 to $5.00-now 40% off.
Gift items, reg. $1.00 to $12.95--now 40% off.
Among the item's on the grab tiancy ;belts, reg. $1.50 to $2.00,
table are: U. S. Keds casual shoes now 75c. McGregor long sleeve
table are:sport shirts, reg. $5.00 to $5.95,
reg. $5.95 now $2.99. Esquire slip- r.ow $1.99.
pre 'sox, reg. $3.50 now $1.99. Caps, The early birds get the best
rcg $1.50 to $2.50, now 99c. Hickok choice, so come early.
Here are some other low prices.
Suits, reg. $55.00-sale le each.
Sport coats. reg. $17.95 to $35.00-sale lc each.
Rain coats, reg. $19.95-sale ic each.
Jackets, reg. $10.95 to $19.95-Sale Ic each.
Felt hats, reg. $9.95 to $10.95-Sale Ic each.
Sweaters, reg. $8.95-Sale le ea.
Robes, reg. $8.95 to $10.95-Sale le each.
Slacks, reg. $7.95 to $15.95-Sale Ic each.
All Ic sale items must 'be ac- lar price of Ic sale item.
companies 'by purchase at regular See Stones 'big Ic sale 'advertise-
-price in an amount 'equal to reg'u- ment on .page four.


RICHARD BURTON BARBARA RUSH
JACK rRSON


Wed., Thursday and Friday

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Thank


When I consider your response to my appeal for re-
election, I am at once proud and humble, thankful and over-
joyed.

To my friends and supporters I offer my gratitude for
your faithfulness and steadfastness, your unfaltering ef-
forts. To my worthy opponent and his supporters, I offer
cordial best wishes and good will without rancor.

I am confident we all can, as we always have, now
work together to realize the goal dear to the heart of us all
an even better, more forward looking county.




A. J. Strickland


(Paid Political Advertisement)


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THUR~LbAY, jUNF- 2, 1960


'HE STAR, Port St. Ju(, Fluricia


was limited o


so short a time.


Sunday, Monday, Tuesday


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Engagement Announced

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Butts of this and Mrs. J. W. Storm of Lewis-
city announce the engagement ton, Idaho. The eddn date h
ton, Idaho. The wedding date has
and approaching marriagee of
their daughter, Betty Marie to | been set -for July 30. Plans will
Gary Douglas Storm, son of Mr. be announced 'at a later date.



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St, and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) .__ 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


COMPLETE PHOTO SERVICE
PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL
MOVIE FILM BLACK and WHITE COLOR

FAST QUALITY ROLL FILM SERVICE

LYNART STUDIO
104 Bayview Drive Phone 7-8681 Highland View, Fla.


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ......--- 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME




OAK GROVE ASSEMBLY of GOD

YOUTH FOR CHRIST RALLY

SATURDAY, JUNE 4 -- 7:45 P.M.
Presenting the great Reformation Film (in sound and color)

MARTIN LUTHER

Pastor Lloyd Riley will be the guest speaker. He will
also preach at both services on Sunday, June 5, at 11:00
a.m. and 7:45 p.m.

RADIO REVIVAL-Saturday 9:15 a.m. and Sun. 8:45 a.m.-WJOE
REVIVAL TIME-Sunday, 9:00 a.m.






Thank You

I am most grateful to the people of
Gulf County for the fine vote of confi-

'* dence given me.
I shall strive with all my power to be
worthy of the trust you place in me.


G.S. Croxton


'HE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1960


Non-Farm Employment Shows Seasonal
It -- I i rI U I A i_-- .- I


Job Exams Listed

For PO Employment


Drop For Fla.. In April, Less IThan xpecte The U. S. Civil Service Commis-
,sion has announced an examination
TALLAHASSEE-Florida non- visiting with her parents, Mr. and for filling positions of substitute
farm -employment 'showed a season- Mrs. Hansel Norris. clerk 'and "substitute carrier for the
al dip in April but the 7,100 de- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barton of Ma- Port St. Joe, Florida Post Office.
crease was less than normally ex- lone spent the week end with Lu- The starting salary for these posi-
pected as Federal employment rose cille and Hubert Stripling of 101 tions is $g.00 per hour.
by 4,400 workers hired to take the Hunter Street. No expLience is required for
census. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hand and these positions, but applicants will
-State Industrial Commission children are visiting in Blounts- be required to pass a written ex-
Chairman James T. Vocelle said town with relatives, amination. Applications will be ac-
Florida nonfarm employment stood Mrs. Henry Player of Pal'atka cepted until the needs of the ser-
at 1,309,800 in April. a record high spent the week end with her sis- vice have been met.
for the month, and 50,500 above ter, Mrs. Junior Glass and family. Persons interested in these posi-
April of last year. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Corbin of tions may get application .forms or
The 4,400 Federal employment Dothan, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. James information at their local Post Of-
increase helped offset seasonal dips Cook of Izark, Ala., visited Mr. and fice or 'at Room 323 Federal Build-
of 8,700 in tourist-related trade and Mrs. Bennie Corbin of Maddox St., ing, 311 West Monroe Street, Jack-


,service industries as the peak win-
ter ,season came to 'an end. Manu-
facturing was down 400 workres
and construction employment de-
clined also, showing a loss of 2,-
700 workers. Slight gains of 200
-each occurred in the finance-insur-
ance-real state, and the tran'spor-
,tajtino-communi.cation's-pub ic utili-
ties categories.
The hiring of temporary work-
ers to take 'the Federal census and
the 'late Easter season kept the
March-to-April employment decline
below the normal seasonal expec-
tations. The Industrial Commis-
si'on's Index of Employment, which
is a seasonal employment varia-
tions in 'the State. actually scored
a rise in April'. T index stood at
203, up two points from the 201
level of March.
The April employment estimate
was 4.0 per, cent above the year-
ago figure. In March the over-hte-
year gain margin was 4.7 per cent.
The employment growth rate has
dippe gradually 'and slightly since
last Fan.
Total unemployment of 70,800 in
April was down 16,800, or 19 per
cent, below March. This decrease,
at the same time the number of
job.holiders was dropping, was at-
tributed to 'a reduction in number
of out-of-state job-seekers in Flor-
ida, fewer new entrants into the
labor force and lower unemploy-
ment among agricultural workers.
The current unemployment esti-


mate
year.


was 7,200 below April of last


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NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By GRACIE DYKES
W. S. Love of Jacksonville and
Buddy Love of Sanford, spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Jolley and family 'of 610 Madison
Street.
Mrs. Charles Ingram of Panama
City spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Ivey of 105 Sevond
Avenue.
Mrs. Juanita Lowery, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Norris, return-
ed home Saturday after spending
17 months in Iceland stationed
there with her husband.
Mrs. James Broome and children
Linda Faye and Wanda Jean of
Destin are spending several weeks


DIRT
BUILDER'S SAND
$3.00 Yard
GRAVEL
FILL and YARD DIRT
I. W. Duren
PHONE BAII 7-3171


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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA




FISH BAIT
and TACKLE

EARTH WORMS
CRICKETS
RED WORMS
Groceries Drinks

T. W. DAVIS
DALKEITH


sast weeK.
The Oak Grove Assembly of God
Sunday School will hold a fish fry
at Mexico Beach on Thursday night,
June 2 at 7:00 p.m. Brother Light-
foot, the Sunday School Superinten-
dent is preparing for 300. All the
members and friend's of fthe Oak
Grove Assembly of God Church
are invited to share in this great
time of fellowship.
W-a--A--K--- 'tRu
Want Adsc Get Resuitt,


sonville.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to take this opportunity
to 'thank ithe many people who were
,so kind and thoughtful during my
recent illness. I especially waun, to
thank Dr. Wager and the nurses
at the Municipal Hospital.
\ MRS. BELLE DuBOSE
--------4 ----
Visiting In Georgia
Mrs. E. R. DuBose left Monday


__ morning for a two week visit with
Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS- relatives in Georgia.


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

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


NEED A PLUMBER?
CALL BEAMAN
Plumbing Installation Repairs
Contract Work A Specialty
Agents for
Brand Name Plumbing Fixtures
-GALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-


TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU

BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
110 HUNTER CIRCLE PHONE 7-2541


Air Conditioning*-temperatures made to order-
for all-weather comfort. Get a demonstration


401 WILL


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a sailor's _

delight I .i


Sea lover
or landlubber, .
it just isn't summer
without a nautical \
twist. The nauticals on
deck are filled with '
inspiration, as you can '
easily see in the fishing
village scene over
white cotton duck /
chartered by Jantzen. /
Waders, 8-18. 7.98
Middy, 8-18, 5.98.




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10 EXTRA YEARS OF LIFE
A baby born today can look 'forward to a life ex-
pectancy of almost 70 years. Back in 1930, the in-
surance people figured life expectancy at only 60
years. Chiefly responsible for those 19 extra years
of life are today's wonder drugs-drugs that did
not exist in 1930. That's why we say:

Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History

SMITH'S PHARMACY
JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111


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SUSPENSION cushioning all four wheels... an ECONOMY TURBO-FIRE Vs that gets up to 10% more miles to the gallon on regular gas,
or that well-known saver, the HI-THRIFT 6 ... the shift-free smoothness of TURBOGLIDE* a wid'r front seat and more entrance
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1st and it is determined by the VA THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
after that date that entitlement to '
pension was shown to hafe existed sidered under the new ,pension law.
prior to the deadline, .payment The new pension 1law will provide
could pe made retroactive and pen- greater benefits for some but less
sion could be payable under the Ibenefits for others.
present law. -h-
If the application is made -by the Advertising Doesn't Cost it PAYS-
veteran, widow -or child on or after i
July 1, 1960 the claim ,must be con-, Want Ads Get Resu-t1


THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1960
VITRO WIVES WILL
MEET WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8
The monthly meeting of the Vit-
ro Wives Club will be held Wednes-
day, June 8, 10 a.m., at the home
of Mrs. John Griswold, 117 Bellamy
Circle.
All mmebers are urged to attend.


GRADUATING SENIORS-Back
.row, left to right, Norman Bu-
chert, Jon Harpold, Steve Wheal-
ton, Wayne Miller, Jimmy Redd,
Rigdon Swatts, Preston Ramsey,
Buddy Hard, Drew Hall, Buddy
Williams, Frank Griffin, Michael
Munn, Ed Babbitt, Glenn. Alli-
good, Pat O'Brian, Wayne Rich-
iburg, Jimmy William's, David


Musselwhite, K e n ny Marlow,
Terry Porter.
Next row: Carrie Jo Fletcher,
Louise Richter, Margaret Martin,
Roy Wood, Johnny Price, Dallas
Jones, Ronnie Adams, Richard
Musson, William Todd, Tommy
Kennington, Bob Dennis, Willie
Daniell'.
Next row: S'ances Spears, Eva


Margaret Kilbourn; Ray Lapey-
rouse, Jo Ann Coker, Joyce Da-
vis, Sarah Linda Richardson,
Norma Hobibs, Coral Lee Arm-
strong, Betty Butts, .Connie Cha-
son, Sarah Harper, Evelyn Shea-
ley and Clyde Sarmer.
Next row: Ann .Miller, Glenda
Burke, Durlene Sykes, Joyce
Hayes, Alice Jean Gay, Crista


Duren, Dot Asbelle, Linda Thom-
'as, Gloria Bainous, La Rue Till-
man; Dot Dormany, Ann Wil-
liams, Diane Lay, Diana Mc-
Knight, Freida Trammell, Bar-
bara Elels, Diana 'Fitzpatrick.
Front row: Betty Ward, No-
blie Stone, Bobby Burkett and
-Cindy Carbonneau.


Tulaniah Choir To Pre

First Methodist Churn

The Tulaiian Choir, composed -of
students .from Tulane University
and Newcomtb College will present
a program at .the Methodi'st Church
Sunday evening. June 5 at 8:00
p.m.
Th 1 eTu.lane-Newcomb concert
choir recently was selected by the
U. S. Armed Forces Special Ser-
vice for a European tour this
summer, .and from the Concert
choir 18 members were chosen for
this special tour. This group will
be known ,as the Tulanlans while
on 'the. overseas tour.
They will fly from New Orleans
on June 12.
Thye will 'be at Ward's Beach
Iouse at Beacon Hill starting June
1 for ten days of special practice.
Of the ten boys from Tulane Uni-
versity and the eight girls from
Newcomb College who make up -the
Tulanians only two are music !stu-
dents. The others are from various
schools at the UnTiversities and


Sent Consert At

ch Sunday Evening


Students Attend

GA Coronation
GonnTne Jackso.arn nd BRharbara


VA Recieving

Pension Claims


their (participation in the choir is Martin from. he Long Avenue BaT- The Veterans Administraiton is
an extra activity which they all itis Cthuroch; Polly Smith, Joyce receiving requests from veterans
say is 'fun-we enjoy singing." Harper and Runelle Harprer from their pension claims. They e.el that
The group, is directed by Dr. Guy the White City Baptist Church; this is necessary in order for them
Baker, 'a graduate -of Julliard Rosie Lee Keel and Patricia Me- :to beat the deadline of July 1. 1960
School of Music land 'of several Cormick from the Highland View when the new pension law becomes
European Universities. The accom- Baptist Church were in the Asso- effective.
.panist is Miss Nell Parker, a grad- ciational Intermediate G. A. coro- Rufu-s H. Wilson, manager of the
uate of Newcomb School of Music. !nation service at the Parker Bap- St. Petersburg Rgelonal Office
The .president of the group, tist 'Church Monday, Moy 23. points out ;that it is not necessary
George Gaines is the nephew of Mrs. Otis Ogle, associational G. in all cases for a veteran or his de-
Mis Silas Stone and the late Dr. A. director participated in the ser- :pendents to be receiving pension
Albert Ward. vice. pior to July 1, 1960 in order 'to be
-- \ eligible under the present pension
Return From Visit Visits Hore law.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Carden re- Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Carden and if eligible veterans, widows or
turned home last week after vaca- sons, Byron and George returned children desire to be approved un-
tioning and visiting friends in Fort to their home in Hartselle, Ala.,' der the present pension law they
Myers and Tallahassee. after attending the Southern Bap- must have -their claim filed and
--- twist Convention in Miami 'and va- ,submit supporting evidence before
Visitors From Sarasota' cationing with friends and relative I July 1, 1960. Mr. Wilson 'explained
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shealey of in Fort Myers, Tallahassee aod that delay beyond July 1 .by reason
Sarasota are visiting here this Port St. Joe. of processing 'time b the VA will
week with Mr. and Mrs. D. H. not affect rights under the present
Shealy. 60o TO CHURCH SUNDA law. If 'a claim is filed prior to July


2 thru 11 ONLY


SUITS, Reg. $55.00 -----

SPORT COATS, Reg. $17,95 to $35.00

SLACKS, Reg. $7.95 to $15.95-- |

HATS, Reg. $9.95 to $10.95 .-.-- C'

JACKETS, Reg. $10.95 to $19.95 Each

SWEATERS, Reg. $8.95-----

ROBE S, Reg. $8.95 to $10.95

LINED RAINCOATS, Reg. $19.95

WITH PURCHASE

OF ANY ITEM, or ACCUMULATION of ITEMS, in the Store at REGULAR PRICE to equal regular price of
above listed items.

OR YOU MAY -

Purchase any item in the store at the CURRENT LOW, LOW, LOW QUIT BUSINESS PRICE!

NOTHING MARKED DOWN LESS THAN 40%

SAVE ON GIFTS for GRADUATION and FATHER'S DAY



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cubic inches more foot room for center-seat passengers, de luxe
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glass area). Come see and compare. Get our deal on the better low-
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THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Part St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1987, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed. word remains.


flCMt STAR. Port St. Joe,. Fla.

John T. Simpson, Jr.
U. F. Graduate
GAINESVILLE-A ottal' of 1,358
University of Florida students
have been named candidates for
deprees in June 6 commencement
exercises in the Florida Gymna-
sium.
This number includes degrees as
follows: 1,$83 bachelor, 127 mas-
ters, two specialists in education,
40 medical. 56 law and 50 doctor-
ates. The doctor of medicine adn
25 bachelor of nursing degrees
mark the first such diplomas to be
issued -at the University of Flor-
ida.
University President J. Wayne
Reitz will confer degrees following
a commencement address, by Dr.
Leroy E. Burney, Surgeon General-
of the Public Health Service, De-
partment 'of Health, Education and
Welfare.
A formal academic processional
scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Monday
will precede the platform exercises
'at 9 a.m.
Baccalaureate Services, to bed
held the ,day before, will feature
an address 'by Dr. William Kadel,
president of the new Presbyterian,
College. at St. Petersburg.
A candidate for .graduation from
Port St. Joe is John Thomas Simp-
son, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T..,
Simpson 'of this city, who will re-
ceive his MD.
NEWS FROM
Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Gene Cox is assisting as a coun-
sellor in Children's Mission -Camp
work in Panama City this week.


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THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1960
George Kelley visited Mrs. Kelley's
brother, W. J. Worley in Bonifay
during the week end.
Jay Laird of DeFuniak Springs
is spending a few days with his
daughter, Mrs. C. C. Peterson and
family.
Mrs. Ruth Williams and idaugh-
ter, Mary, visited friends in White
City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cannington
visited their paretus, Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cannington.
Mary Cox left Monday for 'C.B.M.
Camp at the West Florida Baptist
Assembly Grounds near Panama
City after a two week visit with,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
COx.
'Mrs. Joe Daugherty and children
of Tallahassee spent the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Cannington. .
Sandra Jean Mullnax is home.
hlie hazi een attending school in
C.irra belle.
Mrs. Allie Cline and Laura Wil-
liams were 'visiting friends and
relatives in Panama City Sunday.
Mrs. Huston Ramsey had as her
guest Sunday, her mother Mrs.
Wester of Marianna,
Veterans of Gulf .County who
need 'assistance In obtaining bene-
fIts under the GI Bill, may receive
fujdance from Jim Weant, Assist-
ant State Service Officer.
Weant will visit this 'area next
Week for the purpose of helpin.f
veterans or their dependents in
filing claims for Compensation
Benefits or solving their insurance
problems. This free service includes
assistance to 'employers of veter-
ans under the GI Bill; Vocational
Traininy, Subsistence or other prob-
lems.
Durinv his visit in this area,
Wean .tmay 'be contacted at the
Port .St. Joe City Hall between
8'00 'and 9:00 a.m. on June 10.


Mrs. Martha Mims and daughter
Tammy visitde Sunday in Panama CARD OF THANKS
City with Mrs. Ttlda Mims. We wish to g1iv eour sincere
W. H. Weeks accompanied the appreciation and gratitude to Dr.
Highland View Methodist pastor, Wayne Hendrix :and the staff of
Charlie Parker, to the annual con- the M'unicnkl Hospital and 'tie
ference in Montgomery, Alabama wonderful people of Port St.. oe
this week. for the services and help they
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Cassidy and have given us in this time of ~need
sons 'spent Saturday with Mr. Cas- and sorrow.
sidy's sister, Mrs. C. C. Peterson HARLEY ROBERTS
and family. BETTY ROBERTS!
Mrs. L. H. Kelley and Mrs. Es- BILLY ROBERTS
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Engagement Announced


Mr. and Mrs. William M. Cha-
fin of Port St. Joe, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Marietta, .to Bill Kenneth Brick-
er of Albuquerque, New Mexico,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E.
Bricker of Albuquerque, New
Mexico.
Miss Chafin was graduated
from Port St. Joe High School
in 1955. She attended Judson Col-
lege in Marion, Alabama, f'or 'two
years before transferring to Bay-
lor University in Waco, Texas.
In 1959 she was .graduated from
Baylor with 'a Bachelor of Arts
degree in English. This year 'she
.taught freshman English at Bay-
lor on a graduate assistantship.
She will receive her Master sof
Arts degree in 1960. She was
treasurer of Chi's service club,


a member of Sigma Tau Delta,
honorary English fraternity and
Sigma Delta Pi honorary Spanish
fraternity, and a member of the
Baylor Religious Hour Ohoir.
Mr. Bricker, a native of Albu-
querque, was graduated from
Highland High, School in 1954.
He attended the University of
New Mexico a year 'and a half
before ,entering Baylor Univer-
sity. He was a member ,of Sigma
Ch'i social fraternity at 'the Uni-
versity of New Mexico. In 1959 he
was graduated from Baylor Uni-
versity with a Bachelor of Arts
degree in history and religion. He
'is attending Southwestern Bap-
tist Theological Seminary in
Fort Worth.
The wedding will be-an event
of August 6 at 8:00 p.m. in the


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50 Years

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dobbs, of
Second Street, Highland View are
having .open house, June 5 from
2:00 to 5:00 p.m. honoring Mr.
Dobb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Dobbs on their Golden Wedding
Anniversary.
All friends -of 'the couple 'are cor-
dially invited to attend.


Party Honors

Mrs. Hammond

Mrs. Ruth Ham'mond was honor-
ed on her birthday Saturday after-
noon by 'a surprise party given by
hEr friends.
Those attending were Jo hn
Simpson, Mrs. Walter Johnson, Jin-
nie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Griffin, Gail Griffin, Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Henderson, Bobby 'and Da-
Vid Henderson, Betty Hammond,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Hammond. Un-
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Gordon Farris, Mrs. Flarazelle Con-
nell and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Knowles.
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Miss Mary Lou Anderson, daugh-
ter of Mrs. V. R. Anderson was mar-
ried to Ross Hudson, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hudson, Sr., in
St. Joseph's Catholic Church at
3:00 p..m., Saturday, May 28.
Father 'Paul Hogarty officiated.
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Apalachicola N. G.

Rated Best In State

Apalachicola's Company A of the
1st Armored Rifle Battalion, 124th
Infantry, has been selected 'as the
outstanding National Guard unit in
Florida 'by the Veterans -of Foreign
Wars.
Richard Cooper, chairman of the
VFW committee on National Guard
and Reserve Affairs, said selection
,of the Apalachicola company was
based on recommendations from
the office of the state adjutant
general.
Captain Robert Howell, com-
mander 'of Company A, will receive
a plaque for his unit during the
VFW's annual 'state convention in
Orlando on June 10.
Company A has five officers and
100 enlisted men. The executive of-
ficer' is First Lieutenant William
Howell, twin of the company com-
,mander. M-Sgt. Oswald Johnson is
the First Sergeant.
Several men in the Company are
from Port St. Joe and commute to
'Apalaehieola for drill and training
activities.

First Baptist Church of Port St.
Joe.


CORAL LEE ARMSTRONG


THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1960 Adult Education
Adult Education

or Graduates To Graduate

.24 Monday Nite


The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
had an unique and interesting
program last Thursday at their
regular meeting.
The Club met at 5:00 p.m. in'
,place of .their regular dinner meet-
Ing and took a tour of the Cape .
San Blas installation 'as their pro-
gram and meeting.
Several men remained on duty ,
at the installation to demonstrate
the station's operation .and use.
There's no use telling you what
was seen 'because this writer does
not know enough about it to write
about it and you wouldn't under-
stand the complicated gadgets or
believe what they can do even if
you saw it yourself.
There is a lot of money sitting
around in the several buildings of ":'"","
the installation, several filing-cabi-
net sized machines being valued at
a million dollars 'by Creed Mefford,
station manager.
One 'thing -that is understandable 'f
is that the station has the 'best
television reception in this part of
the country and the correct time
up to a millionth of a second-
which is close enough for all prac-
tical purposes.


STEVE WHEALT


Highest Hon


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ON


Spend Week End Here
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pensinger of
Memn'hs. Tenn. anAnt tho e 'week


Four Honor Graduates, Steve of Education." end with Walter Wilder and his
Whealtbon, Coral Lee Armstrong, Norm-an Buchert, "The Part of parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilder.
Norman Buchert, Connie Chason the Parents 'and the Home in Edu- Mr. Pensinger and Walter will
and Betty Ward, delivered the ad- cation." graduate from the University of
dresses at the Port St. Joe High Connie Chason, "The Church As 'the South, Monday, June 6.
School Graduation Exercises Mon- A Force in Education."
day night, held in "the Port St. Joe Betty Ward, "What A High
High School 'athletic stadium. School Education Means To Us and David Musselwhite. The recip-
The theme of their talks was As Seniors." ients of the award's are chosen on
built around the 'subject of "Educa- Diane Lay, "Our Obligation To the basis of best all-around stu-
tion-A Cooperative Privilege and Perpetuate Free American Educa- dents including scholarship, leader-
Responsibility". tion." ship, 'activities _anid citizenship.
Subjects 'used by the students AWARDS GIVEN, :The American Legion Citizenshp
built around this 'theme are as fol- The coveted Rotary and Ameri- Trophies were presented by Rev.
lows: can Legion trophies were awarded Allen Price 'and Mrs. Madeline
Steve Whealton, "I Look Back On M.onday night. Whitaker to 'Coral Lee Armstrong
Twelve Years of Educational Ex- Awarding the Rotary Trophy was 'and Glenn Alligood.
perience." Club President, L. S. Bissett who ______
Coral Lee Armstrong, "Purposes made the awards to Betty Ward Want Ads Get Resit,


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Boiling water, enough tea and the proper brewing time are all you
need. Since there are as many blends of tea as there are brands,
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to extract the full flavor and benefit from the tea leaves.
The large family-sized teabag should be a boon to homemakers
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tea ready any time of day is perhaps one of the most humane acts
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APRICOT-WALNUT BREAD
0 (Makes 1 loaf)
A cup dried apricots 3 teaspoons baking powder
1 egg 14 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup sugar % teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons melted butter % cup orange juice
2 cups flour % cup chopped nuts
Soak apricots %i hour. Drain and grind. Beat egg. Add sugar
Hnd butter. Mix well. Sift flour with baking powder, baking soda
mnd salt. Gradually add orange juice and flour mixture alternately
;o egg .mixture. Dredge apricots with a little flour mixture. Add
apricots and nuts to batter. Pour into well-greased loaf pan. Bake
n moderate hot oven 350'F. A/4 hours or until done. To serve, cut
,hin. Delicious with chilled fruit salad and iced tea.


Florida Bank at Port St. Joe

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EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1960


St. Joseph Telephone & Telegraph Co.


--TELEGRAM--

WASHINGTON DC MAY 31, 12:16 P. EDT.
J L SHARIT, PRESIDENT
FLORIDA BANK AT PORT ST JOE
PORT ST JOE FLORIDA

"FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AT PORT ST JOE" 'NUMBER
FOURTEEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED TWO AUTHORIZED
TO COMMENCE BUSINESS AS A NATIONAL BANK AS OF
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY THIRTY ONE NINETEEN HUN-
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OF CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY THIRTY ONE. ADVISE BY
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COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY


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: MH. F. Ayers, supervisor of the
Adult Education Division of the
Guli County School system -in Port
S.t Joe announces that the adult
Schoo.:i, will award high school di-
Sl':,a n. to 24 graduates on Monday,
J Un 6 at 8:00 p.m. in the High
S i S h,:i Auditorium.
S A:.-r& states that 'his graduates
a ra5. [rom 18-y-ear-olds to grand-
oi' others. The graduates will wear
,,' .p. ari gowns and will be award-
'---. I th -ir diplomas 'by Thomas A.
.'- O(>',, .superintendent of Public
instruction.
t. public is invited to attend.
.AI-.o on the program will 'be Rev.
C. A. Lundy, who will give the invo-
cation, H. F. Ayers, Director, smak-
^ S uing 'the introduction of guests and
,'. remarks. The featured speaker for
the 'evening will be Robert Palmer,
"'.''t: Area Supervisor, Adult Education,
'.. ." of Tallahassee.

Guests of Burges
,' Mr. and Mrs. Buck Burge had as
,. their guests over the holiday week
c;' end, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Judge and
'y- daughter Monica and son Bobby
S Jack of Charleston, S. C. Mrs. Jack
.." Judge of Cordele, Ga., Miss Margie
S' edders of Rochelle, Ga., and CWO
S and Mrs. Major M. Johnson and
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A r of July
PRESCRIPTION
FROM
It's been said that if all the cars
in the United States were placed
bumper to bumper some fool
would try to pass them. This may
be stretching a bit, but it does
point out one thing: most acci-
dents are caused by carelessness.
If you're driving this Fourth of
July weekend take our prescrip-
tion for highway safety: Good
driving requires good sense.


Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Flovida

ETAOIN SHRDLU
(Continued from page 1)
spirits while he doesn't know the
verdict of the doctors. With the at-
titude of the family and !the de-
termined efforts of Bob to help
himself, with God's help the doc-
tor's decision may 'be reversed.

One of the best television pro-
-grams we have seen in a long time


Ward's Electric
SERVICE SHOP
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Specialists in Armature
and motor rewinding
Also repairing Electric Hand
Tools and Home Appliances.
Phone 7-3316
Located at St. Joe Ice Co.
401 Garrison Ave.


was the "Who Speaks for the
South" program presented fby Ed-
ward R. Murrow Friday night, over
CBS. Of course, the program should
have been entitled, "Who Speaks
For Georgia?", but it was a good
,presentation of 'both sides of the
segregation issue.
One plain old country Negro on
the program made the most sense
of anybody when he testified be-
fore the Sibley Committee in Geor-
gia on 'whether or not to close the


schools rather than integrate.
The old Negro testified: "Please
don't close our schools-even if
they have to stay like they are.
Both the White and Negro children
NEED their education. I prefer to
have the school's like they are and
*remain ,open than be closed just
to satisfy people on both sides of
,the question."
Sibley, questioning the Negro
asked: "You had rather have sep-
arate, 'but equal facilities rather
than integrated".
The Negro replied: "Yes sir!
But the whole .problem is that a
lo.t of emphasis 'has been 'placed on'
the "separate" but not much em-
phasis on 'the "equal".
Right there in that simple, but
eloquent statement, in our mind,
lies :the key to the entire integra-
tion problem. School' boards have
too long neglected the ".equal"
status in the 'public schools.


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LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
- hour. Cut your lawn and let'me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone- 7-7501.
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14
TRAILER SPACE for rent. AllH con-
veniences. At St. Joe Beach. See
Bud Owens, phone 648-4348. -tp
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
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7-7641. tfc-5-19
FOR RENT: Small apartment. Call
Mrs. Paul Farmer, 7-2565. tfc-5-26
FOR RENT: Two bedroom unfur-
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Phone 7-7761. tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: Upstaids furnished
apartment. 1505 Monument. Ph.
7-5771. itfc-6-2
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Furnished
'apartment. Inquire at 1904 Garri-
son Ave. or call 7-8642. $45.00 per
month., tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: Water front furnished
cottage. St. Joe Beach. Reason-
able rates 'by month. Call 7-7461 .or'
see Ted Frary. 2tc-6-2
FOR RENT: House !at 206 6th St.
Conatet Mrs. Nick Comforter.
Phone 7-7511. tfe-6-2
FOR RENT: One and 'two "bedroom
attractively furnished a p a r t-
ments. Cool' in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
clated. Also nice Trailer parking-
spaace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2
FOR SALE: Horse:. Very gentle.
Good for children. $150.. Including
saddle and bridle. Can 'be seen at
1305 Monument Ave. or call 7-5781
or 7-3371. tfc-4-1-4
FOR SALE: A large three bedroom
house on Eighth St. on 1Y lots.
Will sell furnished for $S,Ou or un-
furnished for $7,500.00.
-Three bedroom house on Fourth
Street. Only $7,000. :
-Three bedroom masonry home
with two baths, den, living roomin,
dining room and kitchen. Only $10,-
500.00.
We have a three bedroom and
a two 'bedroom house for .sale in
White City that are priced to sell.
We can assist you in financing any
0o1 these houses.
FRANK and DOTS AGENCY
221 Reid. Ave. Phone BAllI 7-34M1


tai awnings, breezeway, fuel oil
space heater;, closed carport, 'extra
large lot, landscaped. Financing
can be arranged. C. L. Parker, 905
Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe, P. 0.
Box' 846. 6tc-5-19
FOR SALE: 1952 model Shult mo-
bile home in good condition. $i,-
200. Can be seen at Wimico Lodge
in White City after 5 p.m. Hughey
Williams. tfc-5-19


A]l Master Masons cordially invited curity Administration under the
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of exact name and number on your in-
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. dividual social security card, John
I., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- I. Carey, district manager of the
ing brothers welcome. is ,of
David H. Jones, High Priest. Panama City social security office,
Joel Lovett, Secretary said this, week. Nationally, there
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 118, are thousands of people with iden-
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- cal names, yet with the social se-
ing first and third Thursday nights curity number, these records- can
18:00 p.m., American Legion Home. be kept: accurately.' :
ISAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O. Reports of your earnings must
0. F.-Meets second- and fourth be made under, the. exact name
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American and number on your card -if an ac-
iegion Hall. All members urged to curate record is to be kept, Carey
attend." -addd r ,aeor han
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeoin added. Frequently, a person ,chan-
Serta.rvy :Theo Rishnn ges the name under which he


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IBl FOR SALE: 5 horsepower, 220 volt THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Flolido
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full loaded. In good condition. $100.
w wI rPresbyteriasr Wil B
The Star. Phone 7-3161.
JUST VACATED at St. Joe Beach,
2 bedroom house, furnished. $75. FO SALE25oot cabin cruise Bible Stud On M n
month. Also 3 bderoom furnished with 65 ilp motor. Sleeps two, i tu y n o
house. Has auto. washing machine. Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
$100. mo. J. D. Clark, phone 7-4156. head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
One week of Vacation Bible
FOR SALE: Two and three bed- FOR SALE: House. Finished ex-
room houxQ at Mexico Beach. cept bathroom. Another house School' will be hld at the PresbY-
Call 9-1113. tfe-3-31 foundation and block laid. Seven terian Church beginning Monday,
lots. Will sell for $3,500. See Hu- June 6 at 8:30 a.m. Classes will
FOR SALE:.. Dixie Cream Do-nut bert Kyser -at White City. 3'tp-5-26 be held for the age groups under
- Shop equipment. Now located in
Parker,- Fla. Franchise available FOR SALE: Lots. in White City in competent leaders. The kindergar-
for Port St. Joe it interested. See Stebel Heights. Will' trade for ten (four and five year olds) will
Mrs. Grace Reynolds in Parker beach property. Phone GL 9-2208. be studying "Together In Our
Fla., or write Box 172, Parker, Fla. Earl Hendon, Butler. Ala. 8tp-5-26 Church" .and taught by Mrs. Bill
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Ex- FOR SALE: Mirror piano in good! Brown and Mrs. R. D. Prows. The
tras. 606 Garrison. Phone 7-4211 condition. $250. Call BAll 7-7993. Primary (six, seven land eight year
for appointment. tfc-6-2 3tc-5-26 olds) will study "Everyone Needs
FOR SALE: Lot at Howard Creek. MUSIC LESSONS: Starting June 6, A Church" and taught by Mrs. Boyd
Equipped -with cesspool, walk, Summer music lessons for flute Underwood, Mrs. Sam Johnson andI
fence, etc. No house. See Karl and piano. all BAll 7-7656, Barba rs. W. L. Edge. The juniors
Marshall or Phone 7-5311 between Mitchell. 2tc-5-26.(ninetenand11yearolds)willge. The niors
7:30 and 4:30 week days..tfc-ltp-6-2 FOR YOUR WATKINS Products study "Our Church and How It'
FOR SALE: .Used refrigerators. needs call 9-1195 or write W. L. Grew" and taught by Mrs. J. C.
2 Frigidaire models, both in good Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. Grew" and taught by Mrs. J. C.
running condition. Your choice $10. fc-5-26 Price, Mrs. W. K. Settlemire and
Western Auto Associate Store. REPAIRS made on radio, televi- Mrs. Austin Mallett. The Pioneers
FOR SALE sion and washing machines. 1020 (12, 13 and 14 year 'old's will stu-
-320 acres of yoodland. 5 miles Garrison Ave. Allen Chaffin. 2t dy "The Church" under the direc-
South of -Wewahitchka. Planted HOUSE PLANS and remodeling tion of Mrs. J. E. Perritt and Mrs.
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for plans, designed and drawn. Plans John R. Smith. There will also be
good investment, drawn to FHA, VA or your speci- singing, handwork, refreshments,
-3 acres of waterfront property ficatiLos. See Bill Waterhouse, and lots of ,fun learning together.
located on Creek that flows into 1206 Long Ave. Stc-5-19 W
Intracoastal Canal at Overstreet.g Mrs. C. W. Long will be assisted
Ideal for fish camp or.retirement iF YOU ARE INTERESTED in by the Women of the Church in
home. saving money see us for anything serving the refreshments 'daily.
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one you need in your home. STOP and The School will be under the di-
block. Priced for good investment. SWAP SHOP. rTe ct hool will be under the i
-Nice home located on Hunter i reaction of the minister, Rev. Boyd
Circle. 3 bedroom's, 1 'bath, deep SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call B. Underwood, and a cordial invi-
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 62 Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for station is extended to the children
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- qcick expert service., o eommunity to attend. Clas-t
ance on VA -mortgage at $57.00 of the community to attend. las-
per month. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE se will be held each day, Monday
-Only one new home left on Cyp- Meetings at Moose Hall, 3ev10 through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to
ress Ave. for sale to veteran that Fourth St. Meeting night every 11:00 a.m.
can qualify for VA, loan. Located other Monday.
In Port St. Joe's most up-to-date-
subdivision. THERE WILL BE a regular com-
-Nice 3 bedroom home located at munication -of Port St. Joe Lodge A p'
208 10h St. Recently repaired in- No 111, FA very firstand Acurate Records Kept
side. Priced for quicksale. third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY AOn Social Security
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
FOR SALE: Three bedroom, ma- ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W..M. Individual Tecords ,of karnliings
sonry 'home, hardwood floors, me- POPE FENDLEY, See. m.n',aintaine. hv th gnocial Se-
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S-. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1960


legin Week of

day, June 6

works, .or in the case of a woman,
by marriage, -and begins to work
under the new name without hav-
ing the social security records
changed. Employers are cautioned
to copy only the name and num-
,ber that is typed on the card.
There should be no erasures and,
of course, a name entered in pen
and ink cannot !be used.
Everyone, regardless tof age,
who works in social security em-
ployment or self-employment, must
have a social -security card, Carey
concluded. Many employers refuse
to hire a worker who cannot show
.the social security card 'before go-
ing on the job. It's important 't(
you that you be able to show your
social 'security card to your em-
ployer. If you have lost your card
or it is worn out, 'apply for a dup-
licate. If you have changed your
name, take your old card .to your
,nearest social security office where
you will fill out a simple blank
and obtain a card with your new
name on it. You, of course, retain
the old account number.
The office for this area is lo-
cated. at 1135. Harrison Avenue,
Panama. City. The telephone num-
ber is JOplar 3,5331.
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