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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 9, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
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MONEY TALKS--Let's keep
it where we can speak with 'it
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchantal


"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chatfahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR 'ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960 NUMBER 37


Coldeway Honored Michigan
Chemical Gets

By Paper Industry Gas Line Permit


San Francisco, Calif.-Tom S. A graduate of the University of
Coldewey of Port St. Joe, Vice Cincinnati, where he earned a de-
President in Charge of Operations gree in mechanical engineering, he
of St. Joe Paper Company, was in- is a member of the American So-
stalled as President of the Paper
Industry Management Association
at the association's national meet-
ing here Tuesday.
The new president, who also is
a member of the Board of Direc- "
tors of St. Joe Paper Company, has
been a vice-president, director and
member of the executive committee
of the Association since 1955. He
served 'as chairman of the Southern
Division in 1953.
The Paper Industry Management
Association was organized in 1919
and has 2,200 members in the
United States, Canada, Central'
America and South America. The
aim of the Asslociation is ,to devel-
op management personnel and to
promote the development of the
paper industry by correlating and
disseminating practical and scien- TOM S. COLDEWEY
tific knowledge pertaining to the
industry. ciltv f M -hanical Engineers.

Not only do leaders of the paper The St. Joe Paper Company ox
industry belong to the association, ecutive also has been active in the
but it also has members from allied community of Port St. Joe. He is a
companies which supply the in- past president and director of the
dustry with products, materials Port St. Joe Chamber of Commerce,
and auxiliary services in the manu- a director of the Port St. Joe Port
facture of pulp 'and paper and in Authority .and is a. past president
paper converting., and member of the Board of Di-
Mr. Coldewey has been associat- rectors of the Little Boys' Base-


ea with St. Joe iaper Company
since 1937 and has .been employed
in all departments of the company's
kraft containerboard mill in Port
St. Joe. He was ,maintenance sup-
erintendent, assistant general sup-
erintendent, construction engineer
in charge of the company's mill ex-
pansion program 'and assistant


ball League. He is also a member
of the Vestry :of the St. James'


Michigan Chemical Corporation
shortly will have natural gas for
operating purposes at its new
seawater magnesia plant at Port
St. Joe. The Federal Power Com-
mission on May 26 granted a tem-
porary authorization to Houston
Texas Gas and Oil Corporation
to operate and maintain a new
line from the Houston main gas
artery in Florida to Michigan's
plant.
Gas service is expected by fall.
This will replace stand-by oil
facilities which the plant has
been using in its going-on-stream
period.
Installation of new equipment,
including a special rotary kiln,
was recently approved by the
Michigan Chemical Board of Di-
rectors. When operating this fall,
these additional facilities along
with natural gas will give the
company increased production of
a wider range of high-quality
light-burned, hard-burned, and re-
fractory magnesium oxides for
use in textiles, paper, ceramics,
refractories, fuel oil, insulation,
rubber, chemical and other indus-
tries.


Weeks Result In

Softball Play

Softball is going full speed


now


Episcopal Church. Mr. Coldewey is in Port St. Joe with both women's


a 'director-at-large of the Florida
Tuberculosis and Health Associa-
tion.
The new President of the Paper
Industry Management Association


vice-president in charge of con- and his wife, Louise, live with their
struction and operations before he itwo daughters, Shelly and Christie
was advanced'to ;his present posi- at 1405 Constitution Drive, Port St.
tion. Joe.


Rev. Iriiey Moves To Mobie Church;

Rev. JMhn Carmichael Comes Here


City Commission Votes To Install



Radio-Telephone In Police Car





Tom Adams Is State Board of Health Requestec


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S. 0To Test Water In St. Joseph Bay

-H S p e a k e r The Port St. Joe City Commission voted Tuesday night to
take a radio-telephone service from the St. Joseph Telephone and
-eleT ranh Comn nv- Thi i willb 'k- i ne-allprl d_ hT "-14-


Secretary of Stat-elect Tom
Adams spoke to the Port St. Joe
KiwantIs Club at their regular
meeting Tuesday on the duties ofn


the State Cabinet.
Adams said that it was pathetic
'how the average man in Fjorida
has no idea of the duties of the
cabinet officers of 'the State. He
said that the important duties of
thesee men nimde it more of a sig-
nifiuant event thilt .the people of
Fiorida elected their first Secre-
tary of State from non-incumbent
material since 1885. Since that time
the Secretary has always been ap-
pointed 'in mid-term and subse-
quently 'been re-elected.
Adams said his inew position was
important in 'that it formed one of
the seven cabinet members that
decided the policy on every depart-
ment of the state. He said ,that this
cabinet meets every Tuesday morn-
ing and acts on policy of every de-
partment of the state government:
.state road department, education,
budget, institutions, etc. All these


and men's leagues performing each departments have heads, but the
week. Both leagues got in a full cabinet makes all decisions of ev-
week's play this past week. ery department -on policy. "In real-
In the men's softball league, last ity your state cabinet (including
Friday night Woolford's Standard the Governor) acts as a board of
Station edged out Local 740, 6 to directors. to run 'the business of
4 in 'the first game. Sammy's Auto Florida, with each member having
Repair defeated Vitro Red, 7 to 4 one vote in state policy", said Ad-
in the second game. a.ms.
Adams stressed the importance
On Saturday, Vitro Blue and the of picking good men for these po-
league leading Lions Club split a sition by pointing outtha the
double header. Vitro Blue took 'the cabinet ,oul oversee the spending
first game 5 to 4. The Lions Club o 7 "
took the nitecap .by the same score, two years.
.rwo fn A I


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RMonday night. vitro Blue,
ev. and Mrs. E. Bradley and I had won five of their last six
family, pastor of the First Metho- G f Census Is eated the Local 740, 10 to
defeated the Local 740, 10 to
dist Church is, leaving Port St. Joe Unoffia y 9,832 make it six out of their last s
today for a pastorate in the Spring B ICIn 'the second game, Sammy's
Hill Methodist Church in Mobile. Repair defeated the league le
Mr. Bradley was moved by the re- William R. Palmer, Census Dis- Lions Club 13 to 9.
cent conference of the Methodist trict Supervisor of Pensacola Here are the standings in
Church. ;announced this week that the men's softball league asof Mo
,men's softball league as of Mo
The Bradleys have been in Port unofficial census of Gulf County
St. Joe for three years, during is now 9,832, according to the in- W
which time the local church voted complete census returns just Lions Club 13
to build a large .educational wing taken. Woolford's Standard __ 10
to their church, announced for- The figures were not broken Sammy's Auto -.. _' 10
mally two weeks ago. down to localities in the county Local 740 9
Coming to serve t'he First Meth- and Palmer pointed out that the Vitro Blue 8
.odist Church as. pastor is Rev. John stated -figure was incomplete. 'Vitro Red 3
A. Carmichael. Rev. Carmichael The department it still awaiting On Friday, Vitro Blue will
has been pastor of the Warrington return of forms from nonresi- Local .740 in the first game.
Methodist Church near Pensacola dents for setting an official popu- Lions will play Sammy's in
for the ,past 12 years. lation figure, second game. On Saturday,
Rev. Carmichael will preach his Blue will play Woolford's a ,d
first sermon here Sunday morning. IVisist In Wewa header.
The Carmichaels will move into Mrs. Flarazelle Connell visited WOMEN'S LEAGUE
the Methodist Parsonage on the in Wewahitchka Sunday with her In the Women's Softball Le
corner of Long Avenue and 16th mother, Mrs. Harriet Rowell and last Sunday afternoon, :the
Street this week end. sister, MIrs. Beirta Williams. Darlings defeated the IGA 5

and WJOE's Cardinals defE
Summer Recreation Programs et m' leagues' ndngs in the
Thmen's league as of Monday.
UnderOay In Prt St. Joe Schools s
WJOE Cardinals ..---....... 3
---- IGA 2
The summer recreation program The summer recraetion program Dixie Darlings -----..... 2
sponsored by the Gulf County will begin at the Vort St. Joe Ele- Vitro Wives 0
Board of Public Instruction is un- mentary School June 13. The time
derway at Port St. Joe High School. will be from 8:00 a.m. 'til 12 noon Top Ten Hitters In
All students of high school age are and from 2:00 p.m. til 4:00 p.m.
invited to participate in the var- The program will run for six Babe Ruth League
ious activities, weeks. All elementary school age
Facilities and equipment are children are encouraged to partici- As the following statistics
available for basketball volleyball, pate.' following statistics


'softball, table 'tennis, deck tennis,
lawn tennis, 'badminton and quiet The summer recreation program
games. is financed by 'the county and is 'of
Two trips will be made weekly no cost to the individual.
to Wayside Park for swimming if- One of the activities, is swim-
enough interest is shown in this ming .on Monday, Wednesday and
activity. Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon
Trips will be arranged for out- at St. Joe Beach. Transportation
ings at inland lakes and other will be provided. Supervising will
points of interest. be H. E. Richards and C. E. Floore.
Tennis instruction is available Other activities are badminton,
for interested students. A tourna- trampoline, archery, softball, high
ment will be held later in the pro- jump, broad jump, croquet, horse-
gram. Boys and girls are invited shoes, 'handball and ping pong.
to learn this fascinating game. It _____ _
is a sport that they can play in their Guests of Mrs. Pridgeon
adult years. Mr. and. Mrs. Bruce Upshaw of
Coach Marion Craig will conduct Birmingham, Ala., were the guests
the program. Leroy Bowdoin di- of Mrs. Upshaw's sister, Mrs. W.
rects the summer program. C. Pridgeon last week.


estify, nthe Babe Ru-t.th eagu
Port' St. Joe has some pretty
country hitters on the four t(
making up the league.
Below 'are the averages of
top ten hitters in the League a
June 1.
Frank Ruckman
Jimmie Gainie
Johnny Rogers
Clhesley Fensom --------------.....
Howard Davis
Earry Brewton
Clifford Wimberly ----------------
Carl Zimmerman -
Tony Maige
George Boyer
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Guests of the club were Law-
rence Day of Panama City, Dick
Hollihan of Jacksonville, Ferrell
Allen, Jr., Bill Winters and J. L.
Sharit of Port St. Joe.
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Last Rites Held For

George Leslie Gay

George Leslie Gay, age 63,
passed away at the Port St. Joe
Municipal Hospital at 6:00 p.m.
Sunday afternoon. He had 'been a
patient in the hospital for about
two weeks.
Mr. Gay was a resident of Hi.h-


3 Jaycees Collecting

Clothes for Chile

The Port St. Joe Junior Chamin
ber of Commerce Is joining witr
the state Jaycees is collecting
warm clothing and blankets for
aid to the Chilean 'people who
had their belongings destroyed in
t h e recent disastrous earth-
quakes.
The Jaycees remind you that
it is now winter in Chile. This,
coupled with the lose of homes
and belongings has placed the
Chilean people in the disaster
areas in desperate need of warm
clothing and blankets.
The Jaycees have named The
Star as the collection depot for
this clothing. If you have any-
thing in the nature of clothing,
blankets, or linens that you would
donate to the Chilean people,
bring It to The Star office. The
state Jaycees have made arrange-
ments for the articles to be ship-
ped to Chile and distributed *o
those in need of the articles.

Fire Department Called
Out By Woods Fire
The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department was called out last
Thursday evening at 5:30 to a large
woods fire on Long Avenue near
the high school. The fire was start-
ed iby a fire started to 'burn off a
lot getting out of control.
The woods fire 'burned through
some tall pine trees from near
Monument Avenue all the way
through to Long Avenue.
Several homes across Long Ave-
nue 'suffered smoke and debris
damage ibut no fire damage was
reported to any of the homes.

Summer School Classes
Are Now In Progress
Principal Leroy Bowdoin of Port
St. Joe High School announced
this week that summer school
classes are now under way at the
school.
The summer school classes pro-
vide classes for extra work on the


gr ap- ku-Vpany-'. nLe service Will eC lnsta u in tL ie police
car and the truck of the water department superintendent. The
installation will provide instant communications with these two
vital city departments.
The Commission will pay a


monthly rental of $97.00 per phone
for the system. The Commission
decided against the installation of


Oyster Pollution is

Topic of Rotary

Club Program

Don Turner of Apalachicola told
the Port St. Joe Rotary Club of his
work ,to keep down pollutionn in oys-
ter and crab waters in Apalachi-
cola at their regular meeting Thurs-
day noon at the Motel St. Joe.
Turner is operator of the Frank-
lin County Marine Laboratory
which began In 1947. The Labora-
tory was ,born at the instigation
of Apalachicola .seafood dealers.
The reason for the formation of
the Laboratory was that when the
Bay in Apalachicola was found to
be polluted by the State Health
Department, that portion of the
Bay would obe closed to oystering
for two years. Now constant checks
are made and only polluted areas
are closed for so long as they are
polluted,, which often is only a
week or o0.
Turner said pollution was not
the -problem now that it was in
1947. Tpe until the early 50'f Gon-
atructie~!af sewage d lirposal plants
at (.C'bat:.'.-:--, Florida-State tos-
pital and Bainbridge has 'done
away with most of the pollution.
The only sewage dumped into the
river now is at Blountstown and a
sewage disposal plant is now un-
der construction there, which
should all ,but eliminate the pollu-


tion problem. ment for the fire trucks.
Mayor Sharit asked Hannon how
The importance of this operation much the insurance rate would
in Apalachicola is pointed out .by drop with the hiring of paid fire-!
'the fact that the area has 51 of -the men. Hannon reported it would-.
state's oyster houses and 10 of the drop about five percent. The Com-
state's 35 crab meat processing mission dropped discussion of "he
.plants. question.
Guests of the club were Court JAYCEE REQUEST
Williams and Nils Millergren of Wesley R. Ramsey of the Port


'short-wave radio sets for the po
lice department. The reasons for
choosing the radio-telephone over
the 'radio operation was that the
'telephone system will be paid for
initially and 'maintained 'by the
telephone company and will re-
quire no additional city employees
fur its operation. The system will
allow for quicker communications
on the part of the Police Depart-
.m.ent in that citizens may dial the
policeman in the patrol car rather
-than go through a dispatcher and
go through the delay of having
their message, relayed.
Howard McKinnon, superinten-
dent of the St. Joseph Telephone
and Telegraph Company told the
Commission .that other local sub-
scribers could 'be worked into the
radio-telephone machinery to be in-
stalled 'by the comrp.tny and .that if
as many as five ubs.crlbers could
be obtained their monthly charge'
r telephonee would 'be dropped to
; 2. M,.iinnon also told the
Commission that it would be from
four to six months 'before the sys-
tem could 'be in operation since a
permit from the FCC must be ob-
tained for its 'operation. It was
pointed out that the waiting period
would also be necessary for the In-
stallation of manned radio stations.
DiSCUSS FIRE RATE
(oinmissioner Frark Hannon had
E to, ':o, n available that would
provide Port St. Joe residents a
better fire insurance rate itf com-
plied with. The 'only things not now-
complied with was a paid fireman;.
on duty at all times at the fire
station and a few pieces of equip-.


land View and had owned and op- part of students or for make-up Wewahitchka, Ernie Reddish of St. Joe Jaycees requested Lb.
play ratedd Gay's Fish Market here in work. Culman, Ala., Mac Kerr of Castor- Board, on 'behalf of the Jayce-s
The Port St. Joe far a number of years. Bowdoin said .there was till ille, Calif., Bill Kyser of Monti- to repair rides at the Forest Parn
the He is survived by his wife, Cal- room for several seventh, eighth bello, Ala., and R. H. Marshall of playground and repair the fence
Vitro lie of Highland View; three bro-'and ninth graders. Montibello, Ala. between the park play area and th(
double others, Harvey and Edgar both of large 'drain ditch. The Board in
Chipley, Joe, North Carolina; three structed street superintendent P
sisters, Mrs. Lucy Sloan, Mrs. Tiny Gi S Tri To rese t Musical Program w. etty to take care of th mt
ague, Marchant and Mrs. Donnie Ward ter.
Dixie all of Chiplpey. A Hi nd View Metho ist C rh NEW ORDINANCE
to 4 Funeral .services were held Tues AtHighland View Methodist Church The Commission discussed al
heated day, June 7 at 2:00 p.m. from the -some length the drawing up of an
Oak Grove Assembly of God Church Offi A A girl's tro from Southeastern ordinance requiring the fencing in
i Wo- with the pastor, Rev. Charles W. rPost Office As kIng Bible College in Birmingham, Ala- of private swimming pools. Attor.
Harthern 'assisted by Rev. Suggs For Bids On Truck bama, will be giving a program at ney Costin had several model or.
L and Rev. Eldridge. Interment was ithe Highland View Methodist finances on hand to draw sugges-
0 in Holly Hill Cemetery Church, Sunday night, at 8:00 p.m. tions from. Commissioner John
2 Nephews served as active pall- Postmaster Chauncey Costin an- according to 'the pastor, Rev. Robert Smith offered the opinion
2 bearers served as active pall nounced this week that bids. would Charles Parker, that the Ordinance should also in-
2 Honorary pallbearers were- e received up until 10:00 a.m., clude fish ponds or 'any pool of wa-
cil G. Costin, Jr., B. E. Parker Tuesday, June 14, at the Port St. The trio includes Janice Wright ter .over 18 inches deep. The Board
James Jones, B. A. Alexander, Jim' Joe Post Office for the furnishing from Bronson, Michigan, Shirley instructed Costin to have the or-
my Kilbourn, Frank Pate W mC of a half ton truck on an hourly Troxel from Nashville, Tennessee dinance ready by next meeting ,day
my KbouFrank Hannonk Pate, W. Curtisbasis for the delivery of parcel and Margaret Roseberry of Abing- to hear and discuss.
Bray. post and for relay and collection don, Virginia. BAY TESTING
S Comforter Funeral Home was in services during the fiscal year be- Southeastern Bible College is one' City Auditor and Clerk R. W.
will charge of arrangements. ginning July 1, 1960. of the outstanding Bible Colleges Henderson said 'that hlie had made
e of ___ It is proposed that the vehicle of the South with its Day and Eve- arrangements with the State Board
fair will be used approximately five ning School program. Its teaching of Health to test the water in St.
eam Civi n Club Being hours daily exclusive of standing ministry includes extension schools Joseph's Bay at the foot of Fifth
o0 rg d Stt Joe and 'swing time. maintained in different ci ti es Street. Henderson said the State
the OrganiZed in St. Joe Contractor will be required to throughout Alabama. The Day Board of Health would begin test-
as of have the vehicle at the post office School students come from over ing on June 20 and would make
The Civitan Club is now in the under present operating schedule 20 states and several foreign coun- tests of 'the Bay waters for 20 con-
.600 process of organizing in Port St. by 5:30 a.m. and may pick up ve- tries and represent a cross-sec'tion secutive days.
.500 Joe, according to Marvin Land, 'hicle after 5:30 p.4. Vehicle will of evangelical churches. Its total
.500 'temporary chairman of the civic be needed from 5:00 to 5:30 p.m. approach to all areas is Christ-cen-' Attend Graduation
.500 club. on Sundays and holidays. tered with a basic foundation in Attending the graudation of Wal-
.454 Land said the Club now has 22 The condition of the contract the Bible as the Word of God. ter Wilder at The University of
.454 members and are in 'the process of will be such that it may be extend- the South at Sewannee, Tennes-
.444 enrolling the four more members ed for from one 'to two additional Charles Hornme, an instructor in see Monday were Mr. and Mrs. B.
.438 needed for a charter by July 1. years without further bidding Uf the Department of Bible and the- W. Wilder, Jimmy Wilder, Mrs.
.429 The Club meets each Tuesday agreeable with both, parties. ology of Southeastern Bible College Tom Parker, Jr., Donna and Joy
.364 night at 7:30 p.m. at t'he Motel St. Postmaster Costin urges anyone will present the challenge of Chris- Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fleming,
Joe Dining Room. interested in furnishing a vehicle tion Education from the Word of Jan and Rut-h Fleming, Mr. and
rs- Land urges any man desiring to for this purpose to contact him at God. Mrs. Will Ramsey and Rusty Ram-
join the Club contact either him the Post Office for bid forms and) Rev. Parker invites ,the general sey and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Raf-
or Charles Stevens, Jr. complete information. public to attend the service, field.


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Summer Rec

Program Begins

-, .."At Hiland View
The Highland View Elementary,
'..-": School will begin its summer rec-
W: ,, reaction program on Monday, Jaly
13.p
The program is set up to pro-
vide recreation for -those childreniN
ot school age through the present
seventh grade children. The others
oage Cgroups will be provided with
recreational facilities 'by the Port
St. Joe High School.
Baseball, volleyball, softball,
Ikickball, and swimming will be t L-
'games offered in the program.
NAMED PRESIDENT Arthur Those children who wish to .parti-
W. Eckman of Cambridge, Mass..
was named President of The cipate in the swimming program
Mother Church. The First Church will need a written permit from
of Christ S t. in Boston. their parents. I
Mass.. at the June 6 Annual This program, under the direc-
Meeting- tion of Harry Herrington, will be-
gin at 8:30 in the mornings and
THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960 end at 3:30 in the afternoons.


Bible School Presbyterian

Sets Program Women Meet

The closing program of a week, The general meeting of the Pres-
of Bible School at the Presbyter- byterian Women of the Church was
ian Church, will 'be held Friday at held in 'the church sanctuary Mon-
8:00 p.m. Each department will day afternoon.


present a brief sketch of the sub-
ject studied during the week. Cer-
tificates 'will 'be given .to all pupils
who have attended and a 'gold star
will be attached to those having
perfect attendance.
Parents and friends are invited
to attend and to view the exhibi-
iious of-"the handwork of 'the pu-
i..i There will be a period of tel-
lowship following :the program.

Arriving for Visit
Mr. 'and Mrs. S. B. Coody and
son, Charlie of Mobile, Ala., are
expected 'to arrive June 14 for a
few days visit, 'with Mr. Coody's
sister, Mrs. W. S. Smith.


The meeting was opened 'by a
devotional led by Mrs. R. M. Spil-
lers. Mrs. J. E. Perritt :presided
over the business session that fol-
lowed.
A report was given to the 12
members 'present on the organiza-
tion 'and program of the Women of
the Church by Mrs. C. W. Long and
Mrn. Perritt, who have recently
attended Synodical Training School
held in Ormond Beach.
The meeting closed with prayer
by Mrs. Perritt.

Visitors from Sneads
1 Mr. :and Mrs. Q. Z. Griffin of
Sneads 'were the guests Sunday of


Mr. 'and Mrs. J. W. Plair and Mrs.
W. J. Dau'ghtry.


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FATHERS' DAY IS JUNE 19


Smith-Cannon Engagement Told


Mr. and Mrs. Audie Smith of
Tallarassee, announce the .en-
gagement ,of 'their daughter Vir-
ginia Clair Smith, to Junie Theo-
dore Cannon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Cannon of Port St. Joe
The 'bride-elect was graduated
from Leon High School in Talla-
hassee, and is employed in the
Office of .the Clerk of the Su-


preme Court of Florida.
Mr. Cannon was graduated
trom Port St. Joe High .School
and is a member of tre Port St.
Joe Junior Chamber of Com-
merce. He is employed with the
Florida National Bank at Port
St. Joe.
A September wedding is plan-
ned.


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nounce the 'birth of a son, Timothy
Melton on June 3.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edward
Rooms, Jr., of Mexico Beach an-
,nounce the birth of a baby 'boy,
Kenneth Matthew on June 3.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harrison
Parrish, Jr., of White City an-
nounce the birth of a son, Steven
Michael on May 27.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Stall-
ings 'announce the birth of a 'boy,
Charles Lloyd on May 23.

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Eugene Morris
of Oak Grove announce the 'birth
,of a son, Philip Eugene on May 27.

(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital in Port St. Joe.)

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Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs. W. J.
Daughtry, Mrs. W. S. Smith and
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Iday.

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Mrs. John Lane and children,
Beth, Bobby and Brent of Baton
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of Mrs. Lane's mother, Mrs. Verna
Smith for several weeks. Mr. Lane
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James Moore

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James H. Moore. local high school
teacher and Student Council advis-
or, has received a Federal Schol!-
arship in Guidance and Counsleing
at Louisiana State University. The
Summer Institute will last for eight
weeks and will emphasize counsel-
ing techniques to 'be used in high
schools and colleges. Muich of the
work will be practical application
w'th students from LSU laboratory
school participating.
Mr. Moore holds 'both a Bacha-'
lor's and Master's Degree from
Troy State College, Troy, Alabama.
He has taught for three years in
Port St. Joe High School .and has
,been Student Government advisor
for the past -two years.
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TE.. ,-Part St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960 Cooking Tubstract about o ne-m-ute each
Outdoor Cooking Whets The Daintiest f h'ei. n

.LAFF OF THE WEEK Of Appetites Steak Is Favorite Some of 'hear Brings News Yot Nncludeighbors
don't tWrn the steak, more -than-


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NEWS FROM
OAK GROVE
By GRACIE DYKES


, Mr. -and Mrs. Charles Gables 'and
family spent the week end in
Blountstown visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Q. Hand and
family were visitors in Pan imnn


Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Bell and City Sunday.
children spent the week .end with I Mrs. Rosie Lind and Mrs. Bei3
relatives in Vernon. D1ykes and children spent Sund y
Mrs. June McCardle spent last with.relatives in Southport.
week with her mother in Altha, The Section 8, WMC Conferencea
who is ill', was held at Oak Grove Assembly o
Mr. 'and Mrs. C. R. Pippin 'and God 'Church last Monday.
ft;mily spent the week in Panama I Mrs. Jewel Dykes would like to
City and attended a camp meeting. express her thanks to all' her


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friends for the lovely gifts she re- Even the daintiest of appetites
ceived at the going away party seems to take on lumberjack pro-
given 'by Mrs. Lee Whittington and portions when cooking moves out
Mrs. Earlene Davis. of doors. Add the whetting effect
--- of drifting aromas from broiling
NEWS FROM over charcoal and appetites become
,. ikeen enough to cut whiskers.
Highland View Perennial favorite for the patio
or backyard cookout is steak, that
By HAZEL CREAMER prince of beef cuts. Unfortunately,
Phone 74976 'the prince can become a pauper in
flavor 'and texture with improper
Mrs. Dalton Grace and daughter handling. A prince deserves royal
spent Thursday with her parents, treatment, so check yourself on
Mr. -and Mrs. J. V. Cannington. yo charcoaling technique.
Mr. and Mrs. Arc'hie Dickinson There aretwo major schools of
of Panama City and Marjorie Mas- charcoal broiling where steak is
s.ikie of Panama City visited Sun- concerned. One likes sauces and
'day with Mr. and Mrs. James Kel- the other believes ..good beef de-
ley and family. serves nothing except proper
We extend our deepest sympathy cooking and eating. For .the 'better
to the Gay family in the loss of cuts of prime, choice and good U.
their loved on this week. Leslie grades, 'the latter school defin-
Gay, who passed away at the Muni- itely denominates, recommending
cipal Hospital Sunday 'afternoon. htat sauces and marinades be util-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong ized on less juicy -and less tender
visited in Graceville ,during the cuts or lower grades.
Week end with Mrs. Armstrong's In regard to beef graded and In-
sister, Mrs. L. A. Bell ,and family. spected 'by the United States De-
Gene Cox spent the week .end apartment of Agriculture and there-
with 'his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clin- by entitled 'to bear the official
ton Cox after raving helped as a stamp. the origin of the beef makes
counsellor in Children's Bible Mis- little difference except perhaps ai
sion Camp work at 'the West Flor- price. Grades are .standardized
ida Assembly Grounds last week throughout the United States. Buy-
and 'will be there next week. He ing .by sectional labels such as
was accompanied home 'by a friend "heavy western" is not as reliable
Dick Wood who' is also a CBM method as buying 'by official grades
worker from .Cordele, Ga. such as U. S. Choice. Many times
Mrs. Bneny Burke and family of the difference in price reflects a
Brew-ton, Ala., visited her mother, difference in freight rather than a
Mirs. Eula Rogers and grandmo- better quality. Florida currently
their, Mrs. L. H. Kelley this week. ranks ,second in beef production.
Mrs. Robert Mullinax and chil- 'among the Southeastern states.
dren visited in Carrabelle Satur-
day with friends. Sirloin, T-bone, tenderloin, and
Ben Armstrong is visiting in club or rib steaks in the top three
Noma with his aunt, Mrs. Ida Rol- U. S. grades, cut 1 to 2 inches thick
ling and family, are suitable ,for broiling without
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley and marinating or tenderizing. Allow
children visited Monday in Panama one-third to one-half pound per per-
City with Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mel- son of boneless meat or one-half
vin and family. to three-fourths pound per person
Harry Stone 'spent .last week in including the bone. Have the butch-
Chattanooga, Tenn., with his fam- er 'trim excess fat to prevent flar-
ily and friends. ing flames. Slash fat vertically at
intervals -around 'the edge to pre-
vent curling 'during cooking. Wipe
Timber Lands Burned surfaces with a clean cloth. Allow
By Careless People meat to reach room temperature
before cooking.
I Never rush a charcoal fire. Give
Forest Service Dispatcher J. H. plenty of time for the charcoal to
Pope reminds us that people will 'become glowing, smokeless, flame-
no' 1go, out and set their neighbor's less,, coals. Allow 45 to 60 minutes
house or property on fire. But 'by from lighting for the .coals to reach
the same token, people are 'being the right stage. Briquets give a
careless .every day and burning more even heat than charcoal
timber lands ,that belong 'to some- chunks.
body else. When fire is ready, place grill
Pope would remind us that our about three inches above coals.
livelihood in Gulf County depends Brush grill lightly with oil or a
on the forests. "Please 'be more piece of suet before putting steak
careful with fire", Pope urges. on to cook.
"Be sure you crush out cigarettes For a rare 1% inch steak, cook
and douse camp fires completely about ,six minutes on each side. For
ot when in the woods". medium .steaks add a minute to
Pope said that the present dry each side. Cooking a steak in this
spell has also made the woods just manner to a well done degree is
as dry as your lawn and urges ex- generally conceded to dry out the
treme care be taken while in the meat too much Cooking time must
woods to prevent forest fires. 'be adjusted to thickness. Add or


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THE STAR

Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port 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
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, 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.


FOR DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: James Anderso
whose place of residence is ur
known.
On or before the 25th day C
June, A.D., 1960 the defendant
James Anderson is required t
serve upon Benjamin H. Dicken
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA
In Chancery.
REGUSTA ANDERSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.


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THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960


JAMES ANDERSON
Defendant
Plaintiff'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 divorce.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitch-
ka, Gulf County, Florida, this 23rd
day of May, A.D., 1960.


CERN .... ay... .. .: Mrs. Gladys Boone $39.00 rep- geon, Mr, and Mrs. Harland Prid- daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. J. ,of the Plairs. They are all enjoying
haNoti ed my fial eurn thatI a for nursing Mrs $WillieStrange gon and Mrs. Thomas McDaniell, D. Davis last week. They attended fishing in the Dead Lakes this
ministratrix of the estate of FRAN There being no further business al of Wewahitchka visited their the graduation' of Miss Joyce Da- week.
mnistratrix of the estate of FRAN-,There being no further business -toIohrC.Pien .,wo_.'__
CIS MICHAEL HALL, deceased; come-before the Board, the meet- brother, E. C. Pridgeon, Sr., who vis.
that I have filed my petition for ing did then adjourn. was .a patient at the Municipal ---- Guests of Plairs
final discharge, and that I will ap-'ATTEST: Hospital Sunday. We are glad ;to Guests of Plairs Mr. and Mrs. Billy Adams of
ply to the Honorable Sam P. Hus- Geo. Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.Mr
band, County Judge of Gulf Ooun- C.erk Chairman sy Mr. Pridgeon is recuperating Mr. and Mrs. James Plair and Pensacola were the week end
ty, Florida on May 13th, 1960, for at home now after a brief illness. children of Pensacola are visiting guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Plair.
approval of the same and for final
discharge as adminstratrix of the a Visit Brother Mr. Plar,'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Adams is .a grandson of the
estate of FRANCIS MICHAEL Visitors From Jax J. W. Plair. Mr. and Mrs. Tu:ttle- Plairs.
HALL, deceased. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Prid-' Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Davis and ville also of Pensacola are guests -- -
LULA R. HALL, ......--
Administratrix of the III
estate of. Francis Michael
Hall, deceased.


Minutes of the
County Commission

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
MAY 23, 1960
The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Gulf County met this
,date. in Special Session for 'the pur-
pose of preparing the .ballot 'boxes
for ithe Second Primary Election
to 'be held May 24, 1960, and to
'attend ;to any other -business that
may come before the Board.
The following were present: E.
C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Coleman
W. Tharpe, George W. Cooper, A. J.
ktricl:lanid a"id G, S Croxton. The
C'l-rk asrd Ator'le- ev- w,-re also Dres-


GEORGE Y. CORE eIt.
Clerk Circuit Court. The meeting came 'to 'order at
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-5-26 9;,30 a. a. -
The' Board 'did thn retire to the
N..'E.rCiR .,.-.r of Registration .office
IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT a.ud ,pr, :eed to prepare the (ballot
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. [,,e .
In Chancery. The mn ting did then adjourn.
BETTY SUE BAILEY ATTEST:
Plaintiff, C-.:.. Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Vd- Clerk Chairman
EMORY CHESLEY BAILEY ____
Defendant WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
SUIT FOR DIVORCE AND MAY 27, 1960
OTHER RELIEF ThI Board of County Commi's-
NOTICE .TO: Emory, Chesley .sioners of Gulf County, Florida, met
Bailey who place ,of residence is this date in special session with
PFC Emu.ory Cheley Bailey, B Bat- the following meminbers present:
tery, 83rd Artillery, 2nd Howitzer E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, Cole-
Bvttalion, APO 39, New York, New i'Lan W. Tharpe, A. J. Strickland,
York. George W.. Cooper and G. S. Crox-
On or before the 24th day of ton. The Clerk and Attorney were
Jane, A.D., 1960 the defendant, Em- also present.
ory Chesley Bailey is required- to The' meeting came to order at
serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens, 6:00 p.m.
P'airit'f's Attorney, whose address Th.e Chairman announced .;that
is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe. this meeting is called for the pur-
Florida, a copy of and file with the pose of 'considering certain possi-
Clerk 'of .said Court, the original of ble ,b:irn.es in the projects listed
an answer to the Bill of Cimplaint in lin the -40,.0.1 bond issue program.
filed .against him tibrei ior di- The'Chairman said that 'the City
vorce. of Port St. Joe has requested that
WITNESS my hand and official a 'bridge type 'structure be. con-
Eal ouf .aid court at Wewahitchka, ,structed on 16th street over the
Gulf (.urnt. Finr-da, this 15th day ditch trough Forest Park, instead
of May. A.D., 1960. o -.the planned 'box culvert, and
GEORGE Y. CORE, 4t also, 'that the Board 'has been re-
Clerk Circuit Court. 5-19 quested 'to relocate the extension
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) of state Road 22-A, East froffi the
S, *'_ut hiea ,l termrnnus of 'the present
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S construction, to conform with the
COURT, GULF COUNTY, plat of Riverside Estates. Where-
FLORIDA. iN PROBATE. upon. the Board unanimously voted
IN RE: Estate of to request the State Road Depart-
FRANCIS MICHAEL HALL, ment to make these changes. The
Deceased. Attorney was dirceted to prepare
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION' ,the proper resolutions, after which
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF' .the Clerk would forward them to
ADMINISTRATRIX the State Road Department.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- The Board directed hte Clerk


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Santiageo ls._a._braniutdul oAd.im THE STAR, Port St. Joo, Plorlds i
pressive city. A rich and colorful THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960
,' history has left its mark in the
Si.!!1' form of ,monuments found scattered
_... :' ,, ". about in the countless parks, plazas FOCtS About
...-./ and ,broad avenues. While wealth
and poverty are in contrast here -asl I
-,', ',. .in all large cities, ,there is a .mid-
.. die class developing along with- a --
distinc tpride .on the part of the You don't have to be ?ompl',...:y
populace in their city and its 'de- helpless to qualify for disabilityy
Your blood contains millions of velopment. benefits under the Social Security
red corpuscles which bring oxy- I I The cultural .and artistic tenden- Law, John V. Carey, district man-
gen to the body cells, and white ces of the Chilean people has in- ager of the Panama City social se-
corpuscles which fight germs fluneced the creation and develop- curitf office, said this week. How-
and bacteria. When you are ment of numerous museums housed ever, you must have a severe dis-
healthy, there is a definite ratio in attractive .buildings. While many ability which makes you unable to
between the red and white cor- of the famed old structures are negage inany substantial, gainful
puscles. Your doctor may take a. giving way to rapid modern devel- activity.
"blood count" to check this opment there still remain many In addition to the severity of a
ratio, because it often helps colonial houses., churches and ca- disability, it 'must further be shown
him pinpoint an illness. thedrals, palaces and old govern- that your condition can -be expected
As you rely oCn your doctor to anent buildings. improve with ..medical treatment,
safeguard yoir health, you can which would enable you to go back
rely on us for fast, professional Splendid schools, colleges and to work, will not qualify you for i
prescription service. 'universities indicate the importance disability consideration.
Chileans place on education. Edu- A condition which prevents you
cation is compusory 'but the govern- from doing your regular occupa-
ment is hard pressed to provide tion will not qualify unless the dis-
Buzzett's Drug Store adequate facilities as seems 'to be ability is so severe that you could
Port St. Joe, Florida the case -most evreywhere today. not 'do substantial work in any
During our stay in Santiago we type of job.,
visited one of the large rousing If your disability is not severe In
TOO LATE TO projects now being 'developed with nature or .is only !temporary in
U. S. aid. Building materials are duration, you cannot .expect to qual-
C L A S S I F Y provided ,and underprivileged fam- ify for disability consideration un-
ilies 'build their own homes under der the Social Security Law, Carey
By RUSSELL KAY guidance of t-...ihL.;,Lui-. HudJr.'.d cinonlnded Individuals who have a
.of families, hs ,i. -.i ir,,ni -* 1 0l ,*.*,-re ,i-i~,iii ,' which can .be ex-
Mother nature was kind ,to us the lid surround ,,_ .. In-- u. [ ,le. l- d ', l.-1 tr.,,. logn and indef
morning we left Lalaz on f our homes which i.,. ..l e ntu.laliy [ l l;r1,ld -id who have five
short flightto Santiago. forsheown after making nominal pay- years of social .security' employ-
fsweptatheskies clear of alln'ebut a ments over a period of time. ,n ent credits in the ten year per- I
few feathery clouds and .directed ,a iod before 'the .beginning of dis-
bright sun on 'the towering Andes While traveling through the pro- 'aility should contact their near-
peaks, from our plane window we ject I enjoyed 'a delightful exper-'est .social security office. The of-
watched the ever changing sha- ience of making friends with a I--- for this area is located at 1135
dows, varicolored, move across group of youngsters who had ga- Harrison Avenue; Panama City. T.he
peak and valley, delve into deep there about us, 'their hands out-' .-pI,_,ii,,.. nuiLb-r is POplar 3-5331.
canyons or dance on .snow caps. stretched for gum, candy or coins. I _____ __
A real thrill was 'a glimpse of an Unfortunately I didn't have any. 'ST. JAMES CHURCH-
active volcano with smoke and How could I reach these eager MONTHLY SCHEDULE
steam 'belching from its crater. youngsters and gain their friend- Jun ei2: 7:30 a.m. Holy Coin-
Chile, a narrow coastal country ship? While my Spanish was limit- union. Rev. Barnum McCarty. Im-
liesi between the towering Andes ed to' a few words., among them mediately followed 'by Episcopal
mountains and the vast 'blue Paci- were dog, cat .and .chicken. On *many:. Curchman monthly .breakfast 'and
fic. Much of the northern area is occasions I have en.tretained kids '-ri No 11:00 a.m. service.
arid desert while to the far ,south by giving imitations of animals .so June 19: No 7:30 a.m. service.
a rgeion of antarctic cold rugged I thought I would 'try my, skill with 11:00 a.m. service and sermon 'by
mountains harbor great glaciers. In these youngsters. For the next few i,.,i,[iee student minister from
,between are 600 miles of green and minutes I 'threw aside all dignity (.,ni ,-ed
f-rtile valley watered 'by numerous and proceeded to bark, yelp, howl, June 26: No 7:30 a.m. service.
small rivers. If placed on th emap crow, cackle -and 'baa to the delight 11: 0 a.m. service 'an 'dsermon .by'
of North Amreica, this country of my young audience. I was reach- Suwannee .student minister' from
wound appear as a shoe-string ing them in a universal language Ca.np Wee,d.
" a -retcli.L. from Hudson Bay on the and I .treasure a picture snapped ."' _--__
-i:,] i i .1 oi-i:i .i..u "', sil- by a press photographer during the I Visitors Here
*..hi\ C'tIub on Ini- .... uli. performance showing that group 'of Mrs. Verna Miller and Mrs. E.
- -- ____ __ bright eyed kids clustered about B. Dendy of Blountsitpwn were vis-
me. Next morning I was astounded citing friends here last Sunday.
WANTED to find a three column picture of I ----
WAN TE Bmy performance on 'the front page -I ___,_____
ART STUDENT of 'the leading paper.
or SIGN PAINTER Maybe I hadn't made much of an
impression in 'diplomatic circles, MIGHTTY L_ ,
Who can paint outdoor comic but I fe' confident that I had made
type, concrete figures. Paint- o w m n worthwhile fTHRIFTY/
ing material for job will be so-me warm and worthwhile friendsT Y
among those Chilean youngsters
furnished. and evidently the local editor
See M. MISSLER thought so ,too. After all ours was
JOLLY GOLF FUN CENTER a mission of goodwill', and friend-
Mexico Beach ship and the Chilean small fry of
Hiway 98 Phone 648-3205 !today 'would be the Chilean leaders
oof tomorrow.


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The hurricane forecaster from
For Bethe Newter Orleans Weather Bureau,
a Mr. Kraft, explained at least once
-7 each year a hurricane forms some-
6 Iplace in the Gulf. A 75 mph wind
StO r 111 t eit io r o r l viill bring .tides about five feet.
From tihs figure -the tides increase
according to wind velocity. When
Plans have been completed for radio and news reporters from Apa- last resort after all local assistance teh blow reaches 150 mph, which is
,protection of Gulf County citizens lachicola, Tallahassee and Port St. has been used. Billy Buzzett, area about once every five years, the
from hurricanes. At the invitation Joe. supervisor for Florida Power, ex- tide will reach 15 feet. Add to tMs,
of Robert Smith, chief of the U. S. A brief film was shown reveal- plained facilities available in a cri- waves of the same height in each
Weather Bureau in Apalachicola, ing the birth of a hurricane as seen sis from Florida Power. Robert instance, and you have 10 to 30
representatives of Gulf and Frank- Lthrough the eye of radar, and using Sidwell, Chairman, Gulf County feet of water to combat. Mr. Kraft
lin county citizens who are respon- I this as a basis for the meeting that Red Cross, spoke on behalf of Gulf stated that a place ten feet above
sible for the safety and welfare of! was to follow. County Red Cross and Tom Colde- 'sea level is fairly safe. He pointed
the people of the area during the Those taking part on the pro- wey, chairman of Gulf County Red out that radar is very helpful in
hurricane season were invited to I gram were: Fred Richards and Cross Disaster spoke on the plans picking up storms at a distance
attend a conference at Chapman Robert Howell w-ho spoke on the that the county has for disaster, that are up high, hbut will not pick
High School in Apalachicola to for-,plans which have been made in A. P. Jackson described the cornm- p storms that 'are low and at a
mulate plans to be put into practice Franklin County to insure safety munications facilities and plans distance due to the curvature of
should the need arise. of human life in the event of a dis- that have been made for Gulf the Earth.
Meteorologists from ," 1.-I. .. aster. R. E. Davis, Chairman of County. The weather radar equipment
JD. C., New Orleans, La. and Miami Red Cross Disaster Committee for CHANGE ASKED FOR ,sed in the weather bureau station
-attended the conference. Also pres- the Southeastern Area, headquar- GULF WEATHER STATUS in Apalachicola i the best th
ent was a Red Cross Field Dire.- tered in Atlanta, spoke on the aid Id t was proposed at this meeting in Ato 'and soon, thi s
tor from Atlanta, a Civil Dfeense Red Cross has available. He stress- by the Gulf County group that Gulf nation sbe iona i hee Q i
official from Thomasville, Ga., and ed the point that Red Cross is a County be taken out of the juris- troubledd areas throughout the1
diction of the Tallahassee Wea- United States.


S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH


Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minister


WORSHIP SERVICES
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
" J, 'A Father's Responsibility --" 11:00 A.M.
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP -. ...--- 7:00 P.M.
"What's In A Name" 8:00 P.M.
Prayer Service, Wednesday ...--- 8:00 P.M.
A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU!
B 2fcE7aiqHm' ?^ TIFIP7 7il71


thier Bureau .and be placed under
the Apalachicola Bureau which has
'been .tentatively approved by he
Washington officials who were
present at this meeting. Formal ap-
iproval' is not expected until hte
middle of June.
Plans were also set up for emer-
gency communications .between the
Apalachicola Weatrer Bpureau and
Gulf County in 'time of a disaster.
The representative of the Thhom-
asville Civil Defense office stated
the position 'of Civil Defel.-.3 in
time of hurricanes and stated htere
are only certain conditions under
which Civil Defense can be ,of real
pervi.cB to the disaster stricken
. rea.


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Square Dance

Planned For

Celebration

The Circle Squares and the
Belles and Beaux Square Dance
Clubs of Fort Walton Beach, have
announced plans for the first
square dance to 'be held during Ft.
Walton Beach's Seventh Annual
Billy Bowlegs Festival on June 18.
The Festival, which runs from
Jane 16 to 19 will' be an occasion
of much fun and merry making
which will include costume balls,
parades, an archery contest, a ski
race, a sport car race, a sail boat
race, a swirling contest, predicted
log races, 'a swimming meet, a chiU-
dren's treasure hunt, a fish fry, a
ski show, a fireworks display, and
many other events of interest to
the entire family. Held In the past
on Labor Day, the Festival an-
nually attracts thousands of local
people and visitors to see and join
the fun, -and it is believed that the


F-THF AFFLES" B y MtVna'-,


The hurricane season is upon us square dance will attract many ...I.... .
now. If a warning comes, you may people from surrounding cities and ..,..m .
be asked .by the Gulf -County Red states.
Cross to help .out in one way or Dancing will begin at 9:00 p.m.
another. Complete cooperation is in the Cafeteria of' Ohoctwhat- f th
the answer to safe and orderly chee High School, with callers Citien of the Year
evacuation of a stricken commun- from Panama City and Pensacola
ity. Complete instructions will be conducting the program, and after- Clected t School
issued by means of radio during' wards a special dance will be held lV e t at
an emergency. for local and visiting gaqu'are danc-
-s -eras to acquire the coveted "Florida The Citizens of the Year from
Fish Head Badge." In order to be Junior and Senior High School
eligible to 'wear this badge, dancers were elected last week.
e, 6 A must complete an entire dance in The candidates for this 'onor
approximately four feet of salt wa- were previous elected Citizns of
ter, the Month during the school year.
To 'become eligible for this honor
For full particulars concerning a student mut ave a high stan-
SW accommodations, regular club danc- dard 'of c ltieenshp.
es, and other activities during the
.. ... The nominated from Junior


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High were: Forest Van Camp, Lar-
ry, Parker. Howard, Davis, Mary
Lyois Mike Carbonneau, Joel Bar-
bee. Elected Citizen of the Year
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Those nominated from Senior
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Buchert, Sara Cumble, Cindy Car-
bonneau, Bobby Burkett, LaRue
Tillman. Elected Citizen 'of 'the
Year was Frank Griffin.
By BO WILLIAMS

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THE STAR. Port St. Joe. Fla.
THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960


SIGHT-SEEING QUIZ


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You Are Cordially Invited To Altend

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
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VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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-- WELCOMES YOU
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:80 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:0Q P.M.
PRAYER MBETING 8:.00 P.M. (Wednesday)
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Key To Success Is Being Able To Spell
And Write With Clear and Legibly
To meet an expanding technolo- be made to strengthen -each stu-
gical society which is rapidly re- dent's vocabulary in order that he
moving the barriers to outer -space, may more capably express himself
students 'must master a -basic spell- in written and verbal form.
ing vocabulary. Ability to spell cor- Ohildren must persistently be re-
rectly and to write with clarity minded of the necessity of correct
and conciseness are minimum re- spelling, and be made to realize
quirements for many 'promising that a word cannot be 50 per cent
careers and occupations. There- or 90 per cent correct. Absolute
fore, .students must realize the im- mastery -of each word is the goal
portance of these skills for on-the- for every individual.
job success and satisfaction. How- A student who is able to recall
ever, since there is great variation word forms tends to be a more ao-
in spelling ability, teachers must curate speller because he observes
meet these differences 'by establish- and mentally notes the general
Ing attainable -standards in terms shape of a word, .the letter se-
of the individual capabilities of quence, and some of its distinguish-
her pupils. ing characteristics or details. In
addition, his ability to identify the
By the use of visual, auditory sounds heard in a word and to as-
and kinesthetic (techniques, pl- 1 sociate them with appropriate let-
ing problems may e kept at a min- ter symbols or phonograms add
imum. For children to remember greatly to his spelling success.
how 'to spell a -word correctly, they Phonetic skills involved in spell-
must use it frequently enough In ing are essentially the same a
writing so that it may be recalled those found ia reading, so word
easily and with facility. Because analysis skills strengthen a stu-
the typical adult Utilizes a ftuc- dent's proficiency in spelling.
tional spelling vocabulary of only To meet the widely varying needed
three thousand words representing within a classroom the .teacher
about ninety-seven per cent of all will provide differentiated instruc-
the words ordinarily used by him, tion in spelling so that each student
most basic spelling lists have been may experience continual success
revised 'to conform to these needs. and satisfaction. The less able
Each student must be given oppor- spellers may be given a great deal
tunities to study these words that of direct and guided supervision.
he will use most frequently thru- Word configuration ,sequence of
out his lifetime. Since the remain- letters, and correct letter forma-
ling three .per cent are highly spec- tion should be observed, stressed
ialized word's, it is not practical and practiced by these students.
to include them in a base ast. Those words ,should be studied
WHERE SPELLING BEGINS that are most useful to the stu-
Spelling word's should first be dent and that readily undroetood by
introduced at the grade level where him. Opportunities should also be
children begin to show a 'need for provided for him to use those words
using them in their writing, and frequnetly enough so that he will
where there is evidence that young- readily retain 'them and make them
sters are familiar with their mean- an integral part of his spelling vo-
ings. A word must be in a child's cabulary. It is important that eaoh
listening, speaking and reading vo- etuA~et receive continuous guid-
cabulary. It is also sound practice dance so that he can master the 'ba-
to introduce as early as possIble lic spelling words essential for ea-


Z a E E
STA M P Soj


Words !that 'are frequently used but
may be relatively difficult to learn.
Research findings indicate the
importance of understanding the
meanings of words nsed in spell-
ing. Dr. George Spache of the Uni-
versity of Florida has stated that
knowledge of vocabulary is a more
significant determine nt of Ispell-
ing success than intelligence in the
elementary grades. Effor should

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PERSONAL SIDE OF,
THE WAR! .
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THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960


LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 quire at 1107 Garrison Ave. or call
hour. Cut your lawn and let me 7-2541. tfc-6-9
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf --
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom apart-
son Phone 7-7501. ments. One furnished and one un-
Sfurnished. R. V. Buchert, phone
'FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station. 7-7761. tfc-6-2
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port ..-- -.. -
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14 FOR SALE: A large three bedroom
house on Eighth St. on 1Y lots.
TRAILER SPACE for rent. All con- Will sell furnished for $8,000 or un-
veniences. At St. Joe Beach. See furnished for $7,500.00.
_B;'.d Owens, phone 648-4348. 3tp -Three bedroom house on Fourth
I -____ NStreet. Only $7,000.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- -Three bedroom masonry home
ments. For couple only. Phone with two baths, den, living room,
7-764 1tfc-5-19 dining room and kitchen. Only $10,-
FOR RENT: Small apartment. Call 500.00.
Mrs. Paul Farmer, 7-2565. tfc-5-26 We have a three bedroom anS
a two bedroom house for sale in
FOR RENT: Upstaids furnished White City that are priced to sell.
apartment. 1505 Monument. Ph. We can assist you in financing any
7-771. tfc-6-2 oi these houses.
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
FOR RENT: Water front furnished 221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491
S cottage. St. Joe Beach. Reason-
able rates 'by month. Call 7-7461 or JUST VACATED at St. Joe Beach,
se'e Ted Frary. 2tc-6-2 2 bedroom house, furnished. $75.
month. Also 3 bderoom furnished
FOR RENT: House at 206 6th St. house. Has auto. washing machine.
Conatet Mrs. Nick Comforter. $100. mo. J. D. Clark, phone 7-4156.
Phone 7-7511. tfc-6-2 -
FOR SALE: Two and three bed-
iFOR RENT: One and two bedroom room houpe at Mexico Beach.
attractively furnished apar t- Call 9-1113. tfc-3-31
ments. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans. FOR SALE: Lot at Howard Creek.
They have to be seen to be appre- Equipped with cesspool, walk,
coated. Also nice Trailer parking fence, etc. No house. See Karl
saace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi- Marshall or Phone 7-5311 between
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- 730 'and 4:30 week days. tfc-ltp-6-2
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2 FOR SALE: Three bedroom, ma-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. sonry home, hardwood floors, me-
2 bedroom. Couple only. 1015 ta! awnings, .breezeway, fuel oil
Monument Ave. Phone 7-7396. B. C. space heater, closed carport, extra
Gaillard. tfc-6-9 large lot, landscaped. Financing
can be arranged. C. L. Parker, 905
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom unfurnish- Garrison Ave., Porit St. Joe, P. 0.
ed house. 110 Hunter Circle. In- Box 846. 6tc-5-19


FOR SALE


"HE STAR, Port St, Joe, Florida


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser Fourth St. Meeting night every
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two,. other Monday.
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. RoyjTHERE WILL BE a regular com-
S-_ municatiox of Port St. Joe Lodge
FOR SALE: House. Finished ex- No. 111, F&AM every first and
cept bathroom. Another house third T'hursday at 8:00 p.m.
foundation and block laid. Seven A
lots. Will sell for $3,500. See Hu-
bert Kyser .at White City. 3tp-5-26
i ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
FOR SALE: Lots in White City in POPE FENDLEY. Sec.
Stebel Heights. Wi l' trade for i Master Masons codall invited
beach property. Phone GL 9-2208. -^ Master Masons cordially invited
Earl Herndon, Butler. Ala. Stp-5-26 6. A. M.-Regular convocation of
FOR SALE: Mirror piano in good St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
condition. $250. Call BAll 7-7993. ., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
tc-5-26 ing brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
FOR SALE: Zepher Evinrude mo- Joel Lovett, Secretary
'tor, 5.4 -hp. Stand and 2 gallon
gas can. Good condition. $75.00 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
cash. Phone 7-3041. THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
incash.g first and third Thursday nights
FOR SALE: New 50,000 BTU Am- 8:00 'p.m., American Legion Home:


erican Standard floor furnace.
$140.00 value for $70.00. Inquire at
Wimberly Motors. Itp
FOR SALE: 35 'hip. Evinrude out-
board 'motor, 16 foot Vagabond
boat and Lone Star trailer. Just
like new. Also pair skis. $1450.00.
Terms. Wimberly Motors. itp
HELP WANTED: Opportunity for
person who qualifies to show and
model Sarah Coventry Jewelry as
,advertised on Queen for A Day TV
show. No investment, delivery or
coIlecting. Write 109 N. Church
Ave.. Panama City, Fla. 3tc-6-9
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
and floor polishers. Sales and
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc-
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
7 3781. tfc-6-9


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



CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Investments With
Giant Returm


-320 acres of woodland. 5 miles
South of Wewahitchka. Planted
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
good investment.
-3 acres of waterfront property
located on Creek that flows into
Intracoastal Canal at Overstreet.
Ideal for fish camp or retirement
home.
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one
block. Priced for good investment.
-Nice home located on Hunter
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 'bath, deep
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00
per month.
-Only one new home left on Cyp-
ress Ave. for sale to veteran that
can qualify for VA loan. Located
in Port St. Joe's most up-to-date
subdivision.
-Nice 3 bedroom home located at
208 10th St. Recently repainted in-
side. Priced for quick sale.
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom home. 1320
McClellan Ave. Pay owners equity.
Priced for quick sale.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe

FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Ex-
tras. 606 Garrison. Phone 7-4211
for appointment. tfc-6-2
FOR SALE: Piano. In good condi-
tion. Phone 7-4781. lie
FOR SALE: 5 horsepower, 220 volt
General Electric motor. 1800 rpm
full loaded. In good condition. $100.
Or we will horse trade you. See at
The Star. Phone 7-3161.


EXPERIENCED high school stu-
dent desires child care. Call BA11
7-3983. 2tc
WANTED: Waitresses, full or part
time. Also dishwashers, full or
part time. Catalina Restaurant, call
648-4122. tfc-6-9
SECRETARIAL POSITION: Must
have experience and be perman-
ent. Call BA1l 7-2081 for appoint-
ment. The Glidden Co. itc
AVON CrSMETICS
Are in great demand. You can earn
$30 to $40 weekly. We train you. A
rew class ,starts next week. Write
Avon, Box 3103, MSS, Tallahassee,
Fla. 1,tc
FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
tfe-5-26
REPAIRS made on radio, televi-
sion and washing machines. 1020
Garrison Ave. Allen Chaffin. 2t
HOUSE PLANS and remodeling
plans, designed and drawn. Plans
drawn to FHA, VA or your speci-
fications. See Bill Waterhouse,
1206 Long Ave. 8tc-5-19
WF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
you need in your bome. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tfe
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, S10


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AN ,.I:

SUNDAY MONDAY


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THAT
YOU
WILL
NEVER
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i METROCOLOR
ROBERT JT,',-DOROTHY MALONE
lEORC~y,.nV;-EOM I


TUESDAY an WEDNESDAY


AFRICN A- j 'YOU'VE
NEVF7, S1!E5.S 0T!


Anthony NEWLEY-Anne AUBREY
A COLUtABIA PICTURE


i' HIDING FINE-CAR FEATURES THAT COST
YOU MUCH, MUCH MORE ON OTHER CARS


For a smoother, quieter ride: 7"' to 8" longer wheelbase, 447 to 494
pounds more weight, plus larger tires and bigger rear springs. For
your comfort: A more spacious passenger compartment, up to 652
cubic inches more foot room for center-seat passengers, de luxe
interiors, wall-to-wall carpeting, greater visibility (up to 21% more
glass area). Come see and compare. Get our deal on the better low-
price car. Mercury for 1960. *Suggested base retail price. Add transporte.
tion and local taxes. Whitewall tir.s extra.


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Port St. Joe, Florida


Closing Our Warehouse



and Discontinuing Yard Goods and Floor Coverings


PRICES GOOD 3 DAYS

JUNE 9, 10 and 11


ALL SALES CASH


No Refunds or Installations


9 and 12 foot wide felt base

LIN OLE UM
Reg. $1.25 sq. yd.

Only 79 C yard
by the foot, yard or roll
Some 6 and 9 ft. SANDRAN
Reg. $1.75 sq. yd.
$1.10 sq. yd.


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FLOOR


COVERCIN


SALE ""

One Lot of Flex-Chrome Vinyl Asbestos
9x9 TILE------- ---Ic per tile

One Lot of Vinyl Asbestos
VINYL-LUX ----- ----12c per tile


Reg. $14.95 9x12 9x12 Reg. $59.95

Linoleum Rugs ___ $10.95 Synthesis Rug $35.00
Reg. $7.95 6x9 9x12 Used for display

Linoleum Rugs -- $4.95 Synthesis Rug $25.00 |

ODDS and ENDS
Junk Radios__ $2.00 each Venetian Blinds $1.00
Most have tubes In them .




SOME SECOND-HAND FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
Make Us A Reasonable Offer

FLOOR COVERING CAN BE SEEN AT OUR STORE OR WAREHOUSE




PHONE 7-8231 232 REID AVENUE

PHONE 7-8231 232 REID AVENUE


A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
F1",rida Medical Association.
PRENATAL CA .
IMPORTANT
It is estimated there will be
somewhat more than four and a
quarter million new babies born
in 1960 in this country. And
never before has birth been so
safe for babies.
Whereas fifty years ago, 100
out of every 1,000 infants died
in their first year of life, today
fewer than 25 out of 1,000 die.in
their first year. This great re-
duction in the infant death rate
is due in part to better sanita-
tion with a safer supply of milk
and water, better understanding
of the nutritional needs of in-
fants and better education of
parents in the preparation of in-
fant feedings. Of course, a ma-
jor reason is the control of com-
municable diseases through the
use of immunization and the
new drugs and antibiotics to
control infection.
The first year of life is the
most hazardous of all and while
infant deaths have been greatly
reduced, there is still room for
improvement. In the neonatal
period of life-as it is called by
physicians which includes the
first four weeks, the most fre-
quent contributory factor to
death is prematurity. Other
causes of death in the early days
of life include suffocation, birth
injury and congenital defects.
After the first month of life
the chief causes of death of in-
fants are respiratory and gastro-
intestinal disease. Although pre-
maturity reduces the chances of
living and is not properly a
cause of death', the lower the
weight of the immature baby,
the less chance of survival.
Because many deaths of new-
born infants could be eliminated
by adequate prenatal care, phy-
sicians stress the importance of
early and proper care for re.
pectant mothers.



NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of St. Joe Marine Radio, in the
city of Port St. Joe, Florida, in-
tends 'to register the said name
with -the Clerk of Circuit Court of
Gtlf County, Florida.
Signed: 4t-6-9
HARRY L. BREWTON

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
BONNIE WHITFIELD MARTINEZ


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FISH BAIT
and TACKLE

EARTH WORMS
CRICKETS
RED WORMS
Groceries Drinks


T. W. DAVIS
DALKEITH


D)er&indaeart.
DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: WILLIE MARTIN-
Plaintiff,
WILLIE MARTINEZ,
EZ, whose place of residence is 204
Fairview Drive, Kingsville, Texas.
On or before the 11th day of July
A. D. 1960, the defendant, Willie
Martinez, is required to serve upon
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
,is 221 Reid Avenue. 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.
WITNESS ,my hand and official
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka,
Culf County, Florida, this 6th day
of June, A. D. 1960.
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court
Gulf County, Florida
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-6-9



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Ward's Electric
SERVICE SHOP
Complete

Electric Repairs
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.


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Stone's Shop for Men Offering Many

Fine Fthers Day Gifts At Low Prices

Stone's 'big Quit Business Sale -now 900 to $1.50.
I-as come just at the right time of Wembley Bow Ties, reg. $1.00-


tne year to save you money on
Famous brand name gifts for Dad
on Father's Day, June 19.
There is no need to pay top-
notch prices for top quality items
when Stones' has them on sale a'
low, low Quit Business prices.
Below are some of the quality,
Nationally advertised brand names
and the low prices at Stones. Shop
now for father and save.
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, veg. $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 $2.50


now 3 for $1.ou.
Wembley 4 in hand ties, reg.
$1.50 to $2.50-now 77c each 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.
Shortie Pajamas, reg.; $2.95 to
$3.95-now $1.30 or three for $5.00.
Regular Pajamas, reg. $3.95-
now $2.40 .or three for $6.50.
, Cooper's .boxer a n d gripper
shorts, reg. $1.00-now 59c or three
for $1.50.
Jockey briefs, reg. $1.25-now
7;:c or three for $2.00.
Jockey Midway. reg. $1.50-now
89c *or three for $2-50.
Shields Je elry, reg. $2.50 to
$5.00-now 40% off.
Gift Items, reg. $1.00. to $1,2.95-
now 40% off.
GRAB TABLE ITEMS
Among the items on the Grab


Table are: U. S. Keds casual shoes Carl Guilford, Billy
reg. .$5.95 now $2.99. Esquire slip- Joe Rish Win Elections
per sox, reg. $3.50 now $1.99. Caps,
reg $1.50 to $2.50, now 99c. Hickok Two local men were named to
fancy -belts, reg. $1.50 to $2.00, administrative offices of Corry
now 750. McGregor long sleeve Memorial Village at the Univer-
sport shirts, :reg.' $5.00 to $5.95, sity of Florida this past week.
now $1.99.Carl Guilford was elected Mayor


The early .birds get the best
choice, so come early.
1c SALE ITEMS
How low can prices get? Here
are some items selling for at high
at;$55.00 regularly, now going for
only- 1c.
Suits, reg. .$55.00-sale ic each.
Sport Coat's, reg. $17.95 to $35.00
-sale 1c each.
Rain Coats, reg.. $19.95-sale 1c
each.
SJackets, ret. $10.95 "o $19.95-
sale lec ach.
Felt Hats,. reg. $9.95 to $10.95-
Sala lc each.
.Sweaters. reg. $8.95-Sale 10c ea.
6obes, reg. $8.95 to $10.95-Sale
le each.
'Slacks, reg. $T.95 to $15.95-Sale
lc eadh.
All le sale items must be accom-
pani:ed iby purchase at regular
,price in an amount equal to regu-
lar price of 1c sale item.

Advertising doesn't cost--It PA'Y


and Billy Joe Rish was elected as
a Councilman. Both are students
at the University.
. The Village is a .self contained
municipality under the auspices of
the University and is set up as a
model community, and housing de-
velopment. The elected Council
runs the affairs of the Village.



HELP WANTED

Male Laboratory Techni-
cian. High School graduate.
One to two years college
with some science helpful,
but not necessary. Must be
industrious and conscien-
tious. Age 20-30.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960


Local Students Get
Degrees At FSU

TALLAHASSEE -Degrees were
awarded by Florida State Univer-
s'ty Saturday night to a graduat-
ing class which heard Sen. George
A. Smatbers as the commencement
speaker. Graduates included:
Laurie nnette Ward, BS, ed.;
Martha Lee Costin, BA, ed.; Frank
Ackerman LeHardy, Jr., BS, arts
and sciencee, all of Port St. Joe.
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COMPTROLLER OF THE Comptroller of the Currency, do
CURRENCY hereby certify that the a-bove-nam-
Treasury Department of the ed association is authorized to
United States commence the business of 'banking
Washington, D. C. as a National Banking Association
Whereas, satisfactory evidence under the 'title "FLORIDA NA-
has .been presented to the Comp- TIONAL BANK AT PORT ST.
troller of the Currency that FLOR- JOE", effective as of the close of
II-A BANK AT PORT ST. JOE, lo- business on May 31, 1960.
cated in Port St. Joe, State of In testimony whereof, witness
Florida, has complied with all pro- my signature tand seal of office this
visions of the statutes ,of the 31st day of May, 19,60.
United States rq'euired to be com- RAY M. GIDNEY 6t-6-9
plied with before being authorized Comptroler oft the
to commence the business of bank- Currency
ing as a National Banking As-soc-, Charter No. 14902.
nation; (SEAL)
Now, therefore, I, Ray M. Gidney, '-


THE GLIDDEN CO.


229 REID& RefriVeratiAon Serv ce
229 REID AVENUE PHONE BAll 7-8331


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