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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 16, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with It
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants


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


,ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1960


NUMBER 38


CLOTHING FOR CHILE-Jaycees Dave May, Joe Parrot. Harry Tison and Bob Ellzey look over some
'of -the clothing and blankets collected ,this past week by the Jaycees for shipment to earthquake vic-
tims. in Chile. The Jaycees are packing the items, for shipment. (Star photo)


Jaycees Colect 160 Pounds of Clothing and Bedding for

Victims of Disastrous Earthquakes In Chile


The Port St. Joe Junior Chamber of Commerce will ship 164
pounds of "'. .;: and blankets this week end to the suffering
of Chile. The Jaycees collected the clothing during the past
week from local residents. The collection included several blan-
kets and warm coats. These articles were especially needed as it
is now winter in Chile.
The clothing and .-i,;i._- will be
shipped by the Jaycees this week
end to Po~mpano Beach. The Jay-
cees in Pompano Beach have taken
on the project of getting the wear-
ables to Chile to aid earthquake
victims Ithere. The ... .... will
leave Pompano Beach sometime
next week. A "
FORUM OF AIR '"
The Jaycees voted at their regu- ~ -
lar meeting Tuesday night to spon- .,
-sor a 30-minute radio program, -
'Forum of the Air" to be held on
Sunday afternoons.
The program will consist of a -
panel of Jaycee members who will '
interview a public official or .
pIrominent figure on each program .
bringing the issues facing the city '
and county. A panel of president '
R. H. Ellzey, Bernard Pridgeon, Jr., :'
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and Wesley R. Ramnsey with lon
Grossman as a rotating member
will .make uip the panele, M.arty
Begley will act as an advisor.
The first of these programs has
tenta tively been set for Sunday,
June 26. The time of the program
has not been definitely set, nor has
the subject matter to be .discussed.
The Star will carry the subject
topic to be discussed prior to its
airing in order that listeners may
put questions they would like to
have answered to a Jaycee mem-
ber.
CHAPTER INCORPORATED
The Jaycees received their Cor-
porate charter this past week and
chairman Ashley Costin presented
the charter to the organization.
The Port St. Joe Jaycees is now
chartered by the National Jaycees,
and incorporated i.n the State ,of
Florida.
Guests of the meeting Tuesday
night were Gerry Clemons, presi-
dent of .the Panama City Jaycc.es
and Bob Withey of DeFuniaRk
Springs, State Vice Presidenit of
District One.
The next ineeLing of the Jaycees
will be held on Tuesday, June 28.





Midget Investments With
Giant Returns


REV. JOHN C. CARMICHAEL
Methodist Pastor

Methodist Minister

Assumes New Duties

Rev. John C. C.armichael assumed
his duties as pastor of the First
Methodist Church in Port St. Joe.
Ie was assigned to Port St. Joe
from his former pastorate ,at the
Warri.n'gton Methodist Church in
Pens.acola at the recent conference
(of the Methodist Church. Rev. Car.
michael had served the Warrington
Church for 12 years.
The new pastor is from Glen-
wood, Alabama. He attended the
Luverne, Alabama public schools.
(The same as our 'tooth dentist-
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Road- Contracts To Be
Let On Tuesday, June 28

The State Road Department has
announced -that contracts for road
and street paving projects in Port
St. Joe totaling $380,000 will' 'be let
by the SRD in Tallahassee on June
28.
The rest of the Gulf County road
projects-all financed 'by an $850,-
000 bond sale against Secondary
Road Fund revenues-will b.e let
within 60 days.
These projects include 'the con-
troversial road from Highway 71
to Howard Creek. This road paving
project has met with much oppo-
sition since its inception some six
years ago.
Contracts to be let June 28 pro-
vide for construction of .an indus-
trial road from -the Michigan Chem-
ical Company road to State Road
71, near White City at an eslimat-
ed cost of $130,000.
Streets in Port St. Joe to be 'pav-
ed include: Garrison Avenue from
First Street to 16th Street; First
Street from U. S. 98 to Garrison
Avenue; 'extension of Fifth Street
from U. S. 98 to the boat basin;
resurfacing of Long Avenue from
First Street to Fifth Street; resur-
facing and culverting 16th Street
from Constitution Avenue to Gar-
rison Avenue; 20th .Street from
Long Avenue 'to Garrison; exten-
sion 'of Long Avenue from the high
school to Niles Road.
Estimated cost of the paving
projects in Port St. Joe is $250,000.
This amounts, to about 30 percent
of ithe 'money to be spent in Port
St. Joe and about 45 per cent to
be spent South of the Intracoastal
Canal.

Walter Wilder Gets
Degree From Sewanee


County Turns

Down Pier Request

The Gulf County Commission, at
,their regular meeting Tuesday,
turned thumbs down to -a request
by Walter C. Owens ,to construe
'a pleasure pier -at St. Joe .beach.
The Board's action is not expected
wto kill the proposed construction,
Which has already weathered many
storms of opposition from residen-ts
of the area.
Owens is represented by Cecil
G. Costin, Jr., of Port St. Joe.
The Commision refused approval
*on the grounds that the pier would
Sdo "'material injury and monetary
'damage" to 'adjoining property. The
property owners claim that the
pier construction would harn. their
waterfront values. They .claim ri-
parian rights to 'the ,beach due to
the .language of their deed.
Costing said 'that he would 'appear
before the state Internal Improve-
ment Board and ask approval for
the pier construction. Costin and
Owens have already received the
permission of the U. S. Corps of
Engineers to construct the pier.
The Improvement Board had in-
formed Costin and Owens earlier
this year, that due 'to lack 'of coun-
ty zoning laws, the board could
.see "no .basis for valid objections"
from adjacent *property 'owners.
The Improvement Board .then in-
structed Costin and Owens to ap-
pear before the County Board with
their request to get a decision and
,that the decision of the County
Board 'be reported to *the State
Board.
ALLIGOOD RESIGNS
In :other business of the County
Board, the resignation of J. A. Alli-
good was received asking for re-
lease from his position as Gul.f
County Civil Defense director. Al-
ligood said 'he "lacked time to do a
satisfactory job".
Alligood's resignation was effec-
tive immediately. The Board 'has
asked J. C. Arbogast to fill the
vacancy and Argobast ,has said he
will give the Board a decision be-
fore, the next meeting ,on June 28.
There is no salary 'to the CD
posit.

Visitors from Chicago
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Ford
this week is Mrs. Ford's mother,
flu -F .EllitifAna lU'ti Mr. Id MrUq.


-rs. Eaio t ana mr. auu rs.
David Kreklow from Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Ford and daughters, Sharon
'and Vickie will accompany them
'back to Chicago for a short visit.

Merchants Thanked for
Softball Uniform Purchase

The Dixie Darlings, who are in
:second place in the Women's Soft-
ball League would like to take this
*opportunity to thank the following
merchants for -buying a uniform
for the team.
Below are ithe players and the
merchant's uniform they wear:
Opal Burns, Floyd Chevrolet; Jo
Smith, Oamp.bell's Drug; Martha
Mims, The Star; Frances Graham,
Piggly Wiggly; Ola Jean Silva,
Skipper's Mo-Jo; Ann Raffield,
Nedley's Florist; Barbara Russell,
St. Joe Furniture and Appliance;
Mary Stripling, St. Joe Hardware;
Margaret Haddock, Allied Chemi-
cal; Wynel Burke, Boyles; Margar-
et Ard, City Restaurant; Christine
Lightfoot, Dairy Queen; Alice Mar-
tin, Florida National Bank; Vi Hatr-
rison, Roche's Appliances; Dot
Ham'm, Frank and Dots; and Coach
Benton Ham'm, Pylant's.
Donations to the tea mare as,
follows: Pure Oil Station, Bildwel
Supply, Hammock's Barber Shop,
Cooper's Barber Shop, St. Joe Hotel
St. Joe Bar, Stone's Bar, Western
Aulto, Prid'geot, Agency, C & G
Sporting Goods, Woolford's Stand-
ard Station, Sam Neel, George Tap-
per, St. Joe Motor Co., Pate Shell


rA. I-J ln... rolile Re..I clc ry SEWANEE, TENN.-Byron Wal- Service, Harry Saunders, Don Lev-
S-tate Teachers College. hev. Car-- ter Wilder, Jr., ,son of Mr. and Mrs. en'.s Rebel .Station .and Kennedy
michael also received his seminary B. W. Wilder, 402 Madison St., Electric. Thames Jewelry donated
trading at Emory University in recieved a bachelor of arts degree a piece of jewelry that was given
'he Candler School of Theology. last Monday at the 92nrd comence- away as a. prize.
In addition to his pastorates, Rev. iient exercises of the University of The teams colors are blue and
Carmichael also serves as statisti- the South. gold. The team's coaches are
cian of the Alabaa-West Forida Vilder mnajored( ini economics Benton Hamm and Waylon Graham.
Conference of -t h "Vethodist and business. He is a member of Opal Burns is captain; Jo Smith,
Church. A'lpha Tau Omega fraternity. He secretary-treasurer. Official .bat boy
Rev. ('armichael and his family .has 'been one ,of Sewanee's out- is Bobby Lightfoot
are now living at the Methodist !,,aianding football players and this Ola Jean Silva, one of the Dar-
erasonage o nlihe corner of Lolg ,year was captain of the team. lingsa is the only player in the
Avenue and Sixteenth Street. leI In all, nearly 120 degrees, were league, so far, to knock the ball
is married to the former Miss La- awarded by Vice-Chancellor Ed over the fence.
Merely Johnson of Skipperville, iward McCrady to .graduates of thi Games are played on Tuesday
Ala. There are lwo children in ;the College of Arts and Sciences and and Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the
family, Keitha and Asher. the School of Theology. Little Boy's Baseball park.


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Delivery Signed Last Week


Veterinarian To 'Be
Back Again, June 24

Chief of Police H. W. Griffin
announced this week that a vet-
erinarian will be In Port St. Joe
for a second date on Friday,
June 24.
The veterinarian will be in
Port St. Joe for the purpose of
innoculating dogs against rabies.
All dog owners who have not
had their dogs Innoculated this
year are urged to do so at this
date.


Construction of Gas Pipeline To

Plant Will Begin Within 30 Days

ST. PETERSBURG--A contract signed-here last week paved
the way for daily delivrey 'of two-and-a-half million cubic feet of
natural gas to the new Michigan Chemical Corp. plant at Port St.
Joe.
The plant, which manufactures magnesium oxide products
derived from sea water, will ship to foreign markets through the
Port of Port St. Joe, as well as to domestic customers by rail and
intracoastal waterways.


MAYOR J. L. SHARIT w-v nmei To:rn Ad.i:us, S'ecret-:ry :,f Stra.t.-
elect to Port St. JOe -last Tuesday. Adams visited Port St. Joe and
-spoke to the Port St. Joe Kiwanls Club. Above, left ,to right is,
Dr. Joe Hendrix, President, Chamber of Commerce; Adams, Marion
Parker, Adams campaign manager for Gulf County and Mayor J.
L. Shait. (Star photo)


Small Boat Operators Warned To

Stay Clear of Tug Boats In Big River


An appeal for operators of
small fishing boats and pleasure
craft on the Apalachicola River.
to keep clear of the main barge
channel was made this week
from the U. S. Army Corps of En-
gineers district office at Mobile.-
0. L. Adams, Engineer spokes-
man, said that small boats oper-
ating in the main channel are
endangering themselves, as com-
mercial vessels may not always
be able to stop quickly enough
to avoid hitting them.
iCommercial tows are unable
to operate outside the main chan-
nel due to their draft and, be-
cause of their size, their mo-
mentum is so great that they
travel a considerable distance
even after their engines have
reversed. Furthermore, when
large tows have to make sudden
stops to avoid hitting smaller
craft, they lose steerage way to
such an extent that they may
not be able to keep from running
aground. The large majority of
small boats can safely navigate
clear of the channel area.
For the benefit of al users of
the waterway, Mr. Adams urged
cooperation between small and
large boat operators for the mu-
tual safety of themselves and
their equipment.


mo "To CHURCH 8UNDAv


Presbyterians Slate

Week End Conferences

A series of conferences on Chris-
tian Education will 'be held at the
Presbytrelan Church with various
leaders in the Sunday School and
church during the week end.
The Rev. William M. Belk, Direc-
tor of Christian Education, Florida
Synod of the Presbyterian Church,
U. S., with headquarters in Orlan-
do, will conduct the conferences.
The .onfLPrvein we ill h41 bi-I l nn


"Natural gas -alows us to operatB
,our plant more 'efficiently," declar-
I,:d Fred A. DeMaestri of Michigan
Chemical, adding that "there is one
phase of the process which requires
natural gas."
DeMa.estri, a director of Michi-
gan Chemical and 'the firm's vice
president in .charge of 'operations,
7 signed th.e contract with F. E.
I .'-tanley, president and chairman of
the board of Houston' Texas Gas
eand Oil Corporation, natural gas
wholesaler.
Equipment throughout -the plant
was ,specifically designed around
!the use of-natural gas, DeMaestri
pointed out. Obliged to use an alter-
nate fuel .since beginning opera-
tions several 'months ago, the plant
lias -been "operating under a han-
dicap" while seeking proper Fed-
eral' certification to use natural
gas, DeMaestri said.
Michigan Chemical's Port St. Joe
,plant gets all its raw materials
from inside the .State of Florida,
and its products are then used by
various enterprises including the
textile, paper, ceramic, refractory,
fuel oil, insulation, rubber and
I chemical industries.
Construction of pipelines to
serve 'the plant is .expected to be-
gin within thirty days, a Houston
spokesman said.
"We employ about 75 persons,
with- a payroll which contributes
substantially to the economy of
North Florida, DeMaestri .said. The
Port St. Joe operation is one of
four Michigan Chemical plants ir
various parts of the United States
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R. F. Knowles Dies

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children's work with individual
-teachers of the Sunday school from Robert Forest (Crossy) Knowles
2:00 to 5:00 'p.m. Saturday. The age 51, .died suddenly Tuesday
Sunday School council of officers morning at his home near Honey-
and teachers will meet from 8:00 ville following a heart attack. He
to 10:00 p.m. Saturday night. The had been an employee of the St.
conference on 'adult work will be Joe Paper Company for 00 years
held Sunday from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. as a welder. Knowles was rushed
with the men's council, adult lead- to the Port St. Joe Municipal Hos,
er. and the committee on Christian pital 'by a Comforter Funeral Home
education, ambulance and was pronounced
These conferences will assist the dead on arrival.
leaders -in the 'church to examine Knowles was survived by his
and strengthen the program and wife, Mrs. Bell Knowles; three
leadership in the teaching program sons, Bobby, Billy and Jimmy;
of the church. The leadership of three daughters, Mrs. Ann Kyall
the church will 'conscientiously stu- of Jacksonville; Mrs. Clifford Ward
dy the present program of Christian Fort Bragg, N. C. and Mrs. Maxine
education in the church and 'evalu- Laney, Phenix City, Ala.; one 'bro-
ate it in the light of needs for the other, John Knowles of Opelika,
present and future. Ala.; four sisters, Mrs. Jimmie B.
)Rev. Bgelk will preacli ait the Knight 'of Austin, Texas; Mrs. Lot-
11:00 a.m. Sunday worship service tie Smith, Miss Otres Knowles and
on the subject, "God's Covenant". Mrs. Etta Moffet, all of Tallassee,
A cordial invitation is extended to Ala., and five grandchildren.
the community -to worship with us. (Continued On Page 8)

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DIXIE DARLINGS-Front row, left to right, Dot Hamm, Jo Smith, Opal Burns, Frances Graham, Chris-
tine Lightfoot, Alice Martin and Coach Waylon Graham. Back row left to right, .bat boy, Bobby Light-
foot, Martha Mims, Mary Stripling, VI Harrison, Ann Raffield, Barbara Russsell, Ola Jean Silva and
Coach Benton Hamm.


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Garden Club Holds Final Meeting of Year

And Installs Officers For Next Year

The Port St. Joe Garden Club i ticipate in .this new endeavor.
held its final meeting of .the year The following official guests
at St. Jame sParish House on were present and made short talks, |
Thursday, June 2. The meeting was thanking the club for the .contribu-
highlighted by a luncheon served tion it has made toward beautify-
by the Women of St. James' ing the Port St. Joe area, and asked
Church. The luncheon tables were that this work continue. They pled-
lavishly decorated with day lilie:;. ged the support of the organization
Arrangements of gold-en marigolds, they represented.
day lilies, magenta gladioli and Dr. Joe Hendrix, president of the
white gardenias were placed at Chamber of Commerce; R. H. Ell-
vantage points throughout the zey, president of the Junior Cham-
room. 'ber of Commerce; Charles Wall,
Following ithe luncheon, the offi- Senior Warden of St. James Epis-
cers for the coming year were in- copal Church; Bob Sidwell of Ra-
stalled by the District Director o0' dio Station WJOE; Mrs. Lila Brou-
Distriot Two, Mrs. W. F. Fite of illette, County Art Supervisor and
Marianna. Mrs. Fite then made a Mrs. Oscar Johansen of Carrabelle
short talk in which she explained were guests.
.the objectives of the State Federa- -
tion of Garden Clubs for the com-
ing year and asked for the active
cooperation of this club. She said
,greater emphasis would be placed 9 S
on work with junior gardeners. AI
rew department has been added,
htat of developing a program wit i
youths of high school age. A junior
workshop will be held in Cotton-
dale September 17. The club was Mr. an d Mrs. Evanoleloss Constan-
urged to send representatives and 'tine Crikis anounee the birth of
representative a son, Anthony Constantine on
take part on the program. June 12.
Highway 98 has been designated Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cooley of
a Blue Star Memorial Highway. It M birth ounCe ohe ,Mu-
was suggested that this club place Fourth Street announce the birth
a memorial marker and beautify of a son, Aaron Randal on June 13.,
the spot surrounding it. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stone an-
Another new project, World Gar- nounce the birth of a son, Jeffrey
dening, has been -added to the pro- Alan on Juen 14.
gram. This program will 'be carried (All births occurred at the Mu-
on 'by correspondence, sending nicipal Hospital.)
books, gardening magazines, seeds V B -
and so forth to people in foreign e Visit Buttrams
lands. This project has the en- Rev. and Mrs. C. C. James from
dorsement of the preisdent of the Battleground, Wash., spent last
United States. Mrs. Fite said it week end visiting with Mr. anl
was her personal wish as well as Mrs. Wayne Butrtam.
that of the Federation, that each C N .,
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Engagement Announced

Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Brevard of ceived B. A. and M. A. d-gerees
Nashville, Tennessee announce from Peabody College, Nashville,
the engagement of their daugh- Tennessee. She is a member of
S.ter, Marjorie, to Harry Herring- the Franklin Girls' Cotillion Club
ton of Enterprise. Alabama and and was presented at the Chatta-
Port St. Joe, son of Mr. and Mrs. nooga Cotton Ball. The .bride-
T.. H. Herington of Enterprise. elect is a member of the faculty
The wedding will be solemnized of Martha Vaught Elementary
In July. School, Nashville. She plans to
The bride-elect attended Har- join the faculty at Tyndall Ele-
petii Hall and Franklin High mentary School in the fall.
School in Franklin. She served as Mr. Herrington was ,graduated
president of Theta Omega prep- from Troy State College, Troy,
aratory school sorority. An alum- Alabama and received the M. A.
na of Stephens College where she 'degree from Peabody College. He
held membership in Beta Pi Gam- is principal of the Highland View
ma Sorority. Miss 'Brevard re- Elementary School.


Melody Rebekah Lodge Met Monday

M-., elody Rekebah Lodge, No. 22 ita Poitevint, Mrs. Lessie V. Byri
held its regular meeting on Friday and Mrs. Elsie Griffin.
evening, June 10, in the America I A covered dish supper was plan-
Legion Hal. ned for Friday, June 24 at 6:00 p.m.
'Mrs. Addie (Goodson, Noble Melody Lodge was honored. by
"Grand presided. the Rebekah Assembly of Florida
An impressive memorial service by the appointment of Mrs. Flora
was conducted by Mrs. Mary Fore- Long as Conductor and Mrs. Aliene
hand, Mrs. Jessie Owens, Mrs. Juan- Hightower as District Deputy



What A TV Set Cost 25 Years Ago

If someone complains that a television set costs more
today than it did 25 years ago, you'd lift an eyebrow.
A quarter-century back, there were no television sets
to be had--at any price. The same .logic applies to
tlie statement that "prescriptions cost more today than
-they used to cost." The drugs you now get didn't even
exist until recent years. So the benefits these drugs
bring the rapid cures, the lives saved could
not be bought at any price. That's why we say .

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Receives Degree

. John Staton Barrier, son of Mr.
anr.d Mrs. Wade W. Barrier of Port
'St. Joe was awarded the b_-chelor
of divinity degree in theology at
the Centennial year commeocc.-
ment of Wheaton College, Illio' s,
Monday, June 13. Degrees were
granted to 395 seniors and 27
graduate students.
The convocation was held in the
new Centennial gymnasium, while
the baccalaureate services on Sun-
day were held in the recently com-
pleted chapel-auditorium.
Speaker for the graduation was
:;le Honorable Mark 0. Hatfield,
governor of the .state of Oregon.
He spoke on "The Challenge of the
60's". President of the college, Dr.
V. Raymond Edman, gave -the bac-
calaureate sermon.
Barrier plans. to take further
study in Biblical literature at
Wheaton -graduate school. The sum-
mer he will do .research for his
master's thesis. The bachelor of
'divinity degree is .earned through
-a three-year program.
His campus activities, included
organizer for Wheaton campus fol-
low-up program.

Guests of Ramseys
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsey and
daughter Mary Dell spent 'the past
two weeks at the beach. Whiie
'tbere, they had :as their visitors,
Miss Lynn Ramsye and Jack Keri-
gan of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and I
Mrs. Donald Ramsey, of Falls
Church, Va.; Paul Edwin Ramsey
of FSU, Herman Lindeman of FSU,
Janice Lindeman 'of Chicago, Ill.,
and Lois Custer of Vero Beach.

President of District No. Two.
There were 21 present; among
them were Mrs. Ada W.eller, Mrs.
Pearl Cook, Mrs. Dora Brown and
Mrs. Due Etta Soderquist from
'Lyn-n Haven Rebekah Lodge No. 35.
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Engagement Announced

I Mr. -and Mrs. C. L. Coker of in -the First Baptist Ch-urch. A
this city announce the approach- reception willbe held immediate-
ing marriage of their daughter, ly -after the wedding In the home
Jo Ann, to Lute D. Holland also of -the -bride. All fripiids and rela-
of this city. The wedding will ibe tives. ofthe couple are invited to
an event of J.une 26, at 4: 00 p.'m- attend.

Guests from Pensacola tit: STAR. Port at. Joe, FU6
1 THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1960
Mr. and Mrs. Dan lIarris, Donna!
and Clay of Pensacola were the I Visits Sister
week end guests of Mrs, W. C. Mrs. Anna Adams visited her sds
Pridgeon. Donna remained for a ter, -Mrs. Mary Campbell in St.
longer visit. AndTew Mon-day.


6


GAS STRETCHING, ECONOMY


mountain shrinking performance


CORVAIR GIVES YOU BOTH.!

The same Corvair that rolled up a whopping 27.03 miles per gallon* in the
Mobilgas Economy Run turned around to scale snow-glazed Pikes Peak earlier in
the season than any other car has ever dared totry. What better proof could you
ask (official United States Automobile Club observers were aboard every mile of
the way) of Corvair's rare combination of light-fingered steering, sure-footed
traction and tight-fisted economy? Drop down to your
dealer's and see for yourself what it took to make a gallon of
gas look so big and 14,110 feet of mountain look so small! M EM
*Los Angeles to Minneapolis (over 2,000 miles) with professionals at the wheel. BY CHEVROLET

See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer for economical transportation
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* T VACATION VALUE


"< VACATION VALUES!

A DRESSES

I REDUCED!
Were Now
$16 $13.99


$141 _$11.99

12 -- $10.99

$095 $9.99
895 $7.99


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$695 $5 99 1.
$ ~
Subteen, Jr.'s, Missy, Half Sizes. Every dress
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Many just in. Shop and you'll save.


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LADIES'
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gonna get hotter.


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LET US
Re-upholster
your faded, torn and worn
furnituree
Red's Trim Shop
Corner Second and Reid



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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.


FISH BAIT
and TACKLE
EARTH WORMS
CRICKETS
RED WORMS
Groceries Drinks

T. W. DAVIS
DALKEITH


Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phdne 7-4976
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Pridgeon and
Mrs. Essie V. Knight and son
Ralph visited Sunday in Blounts-
town.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Morse and
children of Quitman, Ga., visited
during ithe week end with Mrs.
Robert Mullinax and Mrs. E. R.
Batson and family.
Peavy Mims visited Friday with
his mother, Mrs. Tilda Mims in
Panama City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miles and
daughter, Carol Jean attended a
family reunion held Saturday at
the Carl Gray Park near St. An-
drew.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Minger and
son spent the week in Westville
with his mother. Mrs. Minger ac-
companied her son home for a
visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Arie Wooten of De
Funiak Springs visited the J. R.
Hewetts and his mother, Mrs. J.
W. Wooten .during ithe week end.
Alex Adkins of Miami is visiting
his mother, Mrs. Ruth Williams and
family and his grandmother, Mrs.
L. H. Kelley.
Gene Cox spent the week end
with his family and friends return-
ing to Panama City Monday for
another week of counselling in
children's ,bible mission camp work.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jones ol
Jackson, Ala., visited Saturday
with Mrs. Jones' mather, Charles
W. Revill.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Williams of
Southport visited Monday with


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.
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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"


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Company's coming! F REE
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Double Thread LadliS laRESS
CANNON II
TOWELS I YOUR CHOICE!
DRAWING JUNE 30
$S 1 ea. COME IN and REGISTER


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DAYS


Boyles Is Taking A Vacation From Profitsl

HOUSE DRESSES

$2.97 each
Sizes 12 to 20, 14Y2 to 24Y. Every one of these a
sure winner. All cotton. All washable. You'll want
several, so see 'em early


Take A Vacation From Daily Washing
Children's Cotton Briefs

3 for $1.00

White or rose bud All sizes
w -

Spencer's Training Pants

4 for $1.00
You know 'em, nothing left to be sed.


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DRAWING JUNE 30


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Vacation from High Prices
Lightweight 20 x 40
TERRY

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3for $1.00

They're a steal at this price.
Use 'em on the beach. Don't you
always lose one or two every
trip?

- PAY LESS


Mrs. Mae Creamer and family. sive preparations for each depart- i
Friends of Mrs. Lynn Wood will ment, and the teaching staff is Air Force Has
regret to learn of her illness but ready to ensure that this Vacation
we hope her a speedy recovery. Bible School will .be a blessing to VVacanc Increase
Carmen Brownell of Westville is Ihundreds of children. The pastor,
visiting his brother Buck Brownell iRev. Charles H. Harthern, will be
and family this week. responsible for the recreational Your Aerospace Force has an in-
I Nadine Boyett is spending the program. A record number is ex- crease of 60 per cent In acanciles
,summer with her family and pected. for 'the month of June. These .va-
friends. Nadine wa sa student at cancies will be integrated within
Lee's College in Cleveland, tienn. the operational or training .units of
Arthur Scott and children of De P ogram To Salute the Aerospace Force. High school
Funiak Springs visited Monday with W graduates, this could -be your niche,
the C. C. Petersons. R il if says recruiter M-Sgt. oharlie Blair.
Holoway-Welch
Margaret Holloway and Johnny


'en traditional songs of the rail-
d worker, sung by the Merrill
Singer.


Welch were united 't marriage Next Sunday, at 2:00 p.m., ra. woT
June 10 at the J. P. Morrison home 'dio Station WJOE will salute the roai
-on Fourth Street. Rev. Boyd Un- railroad worker and his songs with Jay
derwood officiated. Immediately a special public service program. -
following the ceremony, a recep- After a .brief introduction 'by G.
tion was held with close friends E. Leightly, chairman of the Rail-
and relatives attending. way Labor Executives' Associa-
-- -- tion, the program starts with a
NEWS FROM -brief account of the origin of the
AK ftrailroads and then turns to the
Atory of the .building of the Erie
RPailroad by the Irish workers in
T-Sgt. and Mrs. C. H. Allen of 'the 1940'(s and then continues the
Crestview visited the Quincy Hac- narrative of the development of
dy family Thursday. lithe railroads as they spanned the
Ray Capps of Altha is spending] continent. This is followed by the
a week with his .sister, Mrs. June' story of the organizing of the rail-
M.cCardle. road unions, the rail strikes of the
Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Gable mo- 1800's and the reasons which led
tored to Blountstown Friday. to the growth of the early railroad
Mr. and Mrs. D. Q. Hand apent brotherhoods.
the week end in Blountstown visl- A summary of the current
ing relatives. achievements of the railroad work-
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Stu.tzman of ers-is given 'by AFL-CIO President
Blountstown spent the week end George Meany. The narrators are
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gable. Guy Nunn, Paul Morris and Al
Miss Linda Kay Webb visited Hamilton of the UAW radio depart.
with friends in Blountstown last ment. Throughout 'the -narrative is
___


weeK.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffin and
daughter -spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Y. L. Wages.
Mr. and Mrs. George Grate and
children and W. W. Faret of Put-
land, Ohio, -are visiting Mrs. Glenn
Knight.
T-Sgt. and Mrs. I. E. Pinter and
children from Homestead- are via
it-ing with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dykes.
Mr Jewel Dykes and children
will ,be leaving Thursday, to joli
h'er husband, S-Sg.t. Jeff Dykes who
is stationed in France.
Miss Barbara Young is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Payne of St. Louis,
Missouri.
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Besore .and son
left for San Antonio, Texas, where
he will be stationed for nine
months.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Glass spent
the week 'end in Tallahassee.
The Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church will commence their Vac-a-
Ilon Bible School on Monday, June
120, each .evening at 7:30. The 'theme
'of the school this year will be
"Wagons Ho Trail". Superintendent
Ernest Lightfoot has made exten-


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SHOPPING AT BOYLES!
Is a Vacation A pleasant
stop in cool, air-conditioned com-
fort where your budget can take
a ..


PIECE GOODS
VACATION SPECIAL!
PRICES SLASHED!
You'll have a ball with these prices.
(We're Bawling) Come quick, they m
won't Iastl
Machine Washable, Drip Dry, No Stretch
No Shrink
DENIMS 2 yds. $.100
SOLIDS and STRIPES
SAVE 50% ON THIS SPECIAL CLEARANCE
QUADRIGA and asst. DRIP-DRY FABRICS
2 Yards $1.00
IYou'll love the selection
MAKE THOSE DRAPES TODAY!
At BOYLES prices you can't afford to wait
BARK CLOTH 89 c yd.
44" wide, solids and prints. You'll save $$$$'s at
BOYLES.


Men'ston MEN'S FIRST QUALITY
w e ,- STRETCH SOX 3 pr. 97 c
BRIEFS Good Assortment Sizes 10 to 13
3A f $1 4 Good Assortment Fits Sizes 10 to 13
3 for L87 Ladies First Quality
28 to 40. White. Best buy S
of the year. Cello pack- NYLON HOSEI r p 49 C
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA I
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florlas THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1960


See your Aerospace Personnel Pro-
ourement Technician, at the Post
Otifte in Port St. Joe, -each second
and fourth Thursday at 10:00 a.m.
or visit him at the Post Office,
room 206, upstairs, in Panama City.
Telephone PO 3-1301.
M-Sgt. C. L. Blair, stated that
U. S. Air Force Buddy Flights may
enlist together and also train to-
gether. Blair encourages young men
and women to contact him concern-
ing the many opportunities avail-
able to them in the Aerospace
Force.
Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS-


Off On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ra-msey.
lett Saturday for a vacation trip
visiting friends and relatives in
Pensacola, Oklahoma and Texas.
Of On Trip
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Met' Magideon and
sons, Mel, Jr., and Guer.ry left for
Jasper, Canada Saturday. During
their trip they will visit Colorado
Springs, Grand Teton National
Park, Yelowstone Park, Lake Lou-
ise, San Francisco, Los Angeles and
Disneyland, Las Vegas, Grand Can-
yon -and the Petrified Forest.


Half-ton 6%.foot Styleside Half-ton 6%-foot Flareside Half-ton 8-foot Styleside
$35 to $161 LESS $35 to $156 LESS $33 to $181 LESS


Half-.ton 8-foot Ftrosid. 4%-ton 8-foot Styleside One ton 9-foot Styleside
$33 to $181 LESS $32 to $185 LESS $6 to $53 LESS
'Based on a eertfied comparIson of
^ "^ ^ ^ latest available manufacturers' suggested ."
Jur il deivered prs


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make pickups-can save. ... ,
you hundreds more on gas "
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pickup jobs. Three-man cab
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car. There's no pickup like it 'O
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Sizes 1 to 16. Fine assortment. Use 'em
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3 DAYS ONLY
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
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|H~fflHGIVEN AWAY 6:00 P.M. -- JUNE 18


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FRESH BLACKEYE


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RATH BLACK HAWK -- CHOICE

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mo THE STAR, Port St. 40e, PFlorida a
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1960 mVICh. hemicalS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT St. Louis Plant
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery. I P
REGUSTA ANDERSON, In Expansion
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES ANDERSON A program of construction is now
DeenOR DIVORCE underway at Michigan Chqmical
NOTICE TO: James Anderson Corporation's Saint Louis, Michi-
whose place of residence is un- gan plant leading to the enlarge-
known. ment and further specialization of
JuOn, or before 60the fe25th dany f its fine chemicals adu organic and
James Anderson is required to inorganic intermediates manufac-
serve upon Benjamin H. Dickens, during facilities.
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address New equipment is being installed
is 303 Fourth Street, Port St. Joe, in an exating modern tile building
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original of which has been adapted to meet
an answer to the Bill of Complaint pharmaceutical chemicals manufac-
filed against him herein for divorce. turning standards, thereby providing
WITNESS my hand and officials excellent production environ-
seal of said Court at awahitch- an excellent production environ-
ka, Gulf County, Florida, this 23rd ment for the expanded fine and
day of May, A.D., 1960. specialty chemicals units.
GEORGE Y. CORE Besides .serving its own needs,
Clerk Circuit Court. the new semiplant and multi-pur-
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-5.26pose special equipment, involving
an expenditure of around $300,000,
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME will provide Michigan Chemical
NOTICE is hereby given that the with added facilities in which to
undersigned, desiring to engage in produc efor Its growing custom
,business under the fictitious name
of St. Joe Marine Radio, in the lusness a wider variety of chemi-
city of Port St. Joe, Florida, in- cals in Iaividual volumes of from
tends to register the ,said name 1,000 pounds to 1,000,000 pounds,
with the Clerk of Circuit Court 'of .
Outf County, Florida.
Signed: 4t-6-9
HARRY L. BREWTON II:A BANK AT PORT ST. JOE, lo-
Scated in Port St. Joe, State of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Florida, has complied with all pro-
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. visions of the statutes 'of the
BONNIE WHITFIELD MARTINEZ United States rqeuired to be com-
Plaintiff, plied with before being authorized
Vs. to commence the business -of 'bank-
WILLIE MARTINEZ,
Defendant. ing as a National Banking Assoc-
DIVORCE nation;
NOTICE TO: WILLIE MARTIN- 'Now, 'therefore, I, Ray M. Gidney,
EZ, whose place of residence is 204 Comptroller of the Currency, do
Fairview Drive, Kingsville, Texas.
On or before the 11th day of July hereby certify that 'the above-nam-
A. D. 1960, the defendant, Willie ed association is authorized to
Martinez, is required to serve upon commence the business of banking
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., as a National Banking Association
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 221 Reid Avenue. Port St. Joe, under the title "FLORIDA NA-
Florida, a copy of and file with the TIONAL BANK AT PORT ST.
Clerk of said Court the original of JOE", effective as of the close of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint .business on May 31, 1960.
filed against him herein.
WITNESS 'my hand and official In testimony whereof, witness
seal of said Court at Wewahitchka, my signature ,and seal of office this
Gulf County, Florida, this 6th day 31st day of May, 1960.
of June, A. D. 1960. RAY M. GIDNEY 6t-6-9
GEORGE Y. CORE,
Clerk Circuit Court Comptroler of the
Gulf County, Florida Currency
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 4t-6-9 Charter No. 14902.
(SEAL)
COMPTROLLER OF THE
\ CURRENCY
Treasury Department of the
United States CLASSIFIED ADS
Washington, D. C.
Whereas, satisfactory evidence Midget Investments With
has -been presented to .the Comp- Giant Returns
troller of the Currency that FLOE-

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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) 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


THE CHURCH OF GOD
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--- 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


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Summerfield Announces Authorization

Of New Post Office for Wewahitchka

Postmaster General Arthur E. hiLtchka will contain about 1970


Summerfield announced this week
that a new Post Office has been
authorized for Wewahitchka.
This announcement, the Postmas-
*ter General advised, coincides with
the optioning .by Post Office De-
partment Regional Officials of a
site meeting Departmental require-
ments as to cost, area and location.
"This new and modern postal'
facility," Postmaster General Sum-
m.erfield said, "will be .constructed
under the Post Office Department's
Commercial Leasing P,r o gram
which utilizes the resource and
investment funds of private enter-
prise to obtain needed postal buil'l-
ings."
The new Post Office at Wewa-


E A9P TO S00 oor AG- LJLPN'GGO

City Restaurant
At the Bus Station

SHRIMP BOXES
CHICKEN BOXES
FISH BOXES
Phone your order in and It
will be ready when you arrive.
PHONE BAII 7-5431


'square feet of floor space, plus a
loading platform. The site, compris-
ing about 1,871 square feet, wiil
provide adequate parking and truck
maneuvering areas, and is located
on ,the west side of State Roads 71
and 22.
According to Postmaster Nils A.
Millergren, bidding forms, ,specifi-
cations and other pertinent data
will *be available to prospective
bidders in approximately 60 days,
at which time the Post Office De-
partment will advertise for bids.
Thus an equitable construction
value will be established on a com-
petitive basis.


ARTHUR E. SUMMERFIELD
.. Postmaster General
"The site optionn" the Postmaster


K


noted, "will be transferred to 'the TALLAHASSEE-Unemploymen
successful bidder, who will pur- TL AS -nml e
chase 'the land, and then will con- insurance payments declined slight
struct the building to Post Office .ly in May 'but were substantially
Department specifications and above the same month of last year
'lease it to the Department on a i Chairman James T. Vocelle.
long-term basis,' with lease rneew- Vocelle h sadi May payments to
al options running gup ..to five Vocellesadi May -.ayments o
ya rstaled $2,319,250, a drop of $81,402
years. 'below the amount paid ,to insured
"More than 4,200 new Post Of- jobless workers in April. The de
.fices have been built, since 1953 crease was due largely to a isea
under the Post Office Department's sonal pickup in construction.
unique Commercial AIeasing Pro- The increase over May of last
gram," Mr. Summerfield said. "Be- year was $600,000 and was spread
cause these postal buildings remain over practically all segments o0


Guy


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$298 to $598


WEMBLEY TIES $1.50 to $2.50


MEN'S SLACKS
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SUMMER SLACKS


$69 to *1098

Dacron and Wool
Dacron and Rayon
Dacron and Cotton V


Men's Cooper


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under private owneraaip while leas-
ed ot the Federal Government, the
lessor pays local real estate taxes.
"Furthermore, 'because the build-
ings are constructed with private
investment funds, capital outlays
'by .the Post Office Department are-
limited substantially to those for
Post Office .furniture and, equip-
mnet."
Postmaster General Summerfield
indicated the need for replacement
of 12,000 more of the nation's post
offices because of lack of space
and obsolescence.
Mr. Summerfield noted that dur-
ing the last session of Congress,
Congressional approval was given
to the Postal Modernization Pro-
gram which will provide in 1960
alone, 1400 new post offices. Ulti-
mately a total of 12,000 'badly-
needed. post offices to replace ob-
solete facilities will be built under
,this lease program, in every part
of the nation.
Mr. Summerfield emphasized the
,goal of the Post Office Department
.to provide its patrons 'with the
most *modern and 'efficient mail
service in the world. "The con-
struction of 'a new Post Office :for
Wewahitchka is an example of 'this
postal progress," he .pointed !out.
"The Wewahitehka Post Office,"
he observed, "will 'be a major link
in our newly-revitalized and mod-
ern postal service, aimed at an ul-
timate goal .of next-day delivery of
mail anywhere in 'the nation."


Unemployment

Down In May


A reception honoring Miss Glor-
ia Gainous, a member of the 1960
graduating class from Port St. Joe
Pigh School was 'held Wednesday
evening, May 25 in the recreation
room of the Highland View Metr-
odist Church.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
and the church were co-hosts.
The party room was attractively
arranged in pink and white color
scheme. Gladioli and lillies were
used for the floral arrangements.
A pink carnation corsage and a
handsome set of luggage was pre-
sented to the 'honoree by the host-
esses and she was the recipient of


many lovely gifts.
Miss Gainous chose for the oc-
casion a baby blue 'afternoon dress.
Approximately 70 friends called
'during the party hours from six to
eight. Mrs. Carson Shores presid-
ad 'at the guest book and Mesdames
Chauncey Costin, W. C. Forehand,
Clinton Cox, Alfred Joines, IHozie
Barfield, C. M. Parker and vV. H.
Weeks assisted at 'the refrfes:iuent
table.
Miss Gainous is the daughter of
Mr. iand Mrs. Gerald Gaian'as o0
Highland View. She plans to uler
a 'business college in the fall term.


. industry, Vooelle said. "This in- ar.s, up $2,013 Ito $23;580;
crease reflects in part an industrial Glade, up $1,320 to $9,501; B
- slowdown being fel tnow in Flor- ton, up $985 to $12,080; *and
ida," he noted, "as well as being bourne, up $482 'to $15,908.
I partially due to an increase in the Offices reporting smaller
- number of worKers covered and ments in May and the decn
- eligible for jobless payments when were:
'they become unmeployed through Miami, down $39,289 to $61
t no fault of their own." Tampa, down $25,291 to $24
T.he cities were local Employ- Jacksonville, down $24,764 to
f ment Service offices showed in- 673; Pensacola, down $16,8,
creases in payments in May were: $80,265; Tallahasse, .down
St. Petersburg, up $14,710 to to $16,413; Palatka, down
$108,582; Lakeland, up $13,458 to to $11,926; .Cocoa, down $3,7
$51,557; West Palm Beach, up $12,- $22,451; Ocala, down $3,096 itc
750 to $130,208; Ft. Lauderdale, up 629; Panama City, down $2,9
'$11,003 to $91,976; Hollywood, up $50,024; Ft. Walton Beach,
$8,063 to $89,004; Clearwater, up $2,579 to $20,104; Sanford,
$7,526 to $37,856; Winter Park, up $1,964 to $8,221; Gainesville,
$7,375 to $78,778; Winter Haven, $1,934 to $13,935; Perry,
up $6,104 to $62,008; Daytona $1,805 'to $8,127; Key West,
Beach, up $2,786 to $34,442; Lees- $1,620 to $15,806; Sarasota,
bung, up $2,325 to $20,750; Ft. My- $1,416 to $13,452; Ft. Pierce,


Belle
raden-
d Mel-

pay-
reases

8,814;
40,997;
$162,-
65 ot
$7,890
$5,957
771 to
o $11,-
985 to
down
down
down
down
down
down
-down


THE STAR
Published Every Thursday At 306 WHilams 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
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TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for sudh
advertisement.
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$955 to $19,917; Lake City, down Leave On Vacation
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you do in a passenger car, or any
sidesway on curves," says driver
Bernie Stone. "I used to take some
rough roads at from 5 to 8 miles
an hour. Now I can go 30 over
them." Petrolane has over 200
Chevrolets hauling for them.
If you think we're excited about
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THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1960


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FOR RENT: Water front furnished
cottage. St. Joe Beach. Reason
able rates 1by month. Call 7-7461 o:
see Ted Frary. 2tc-6-i
FOR RENT: House at 206 6th St
Conatct Mrs. Nick Comforter
Phone. 7-7511. tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a pa r t
ments. Cool In summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans
They have to be -seen to be appre-


r1r .SALE: Beautiful Wetappo **-- v r- U AIU*1 4Uj
Creek front lots. 6% acres each. 'technician. High school gra
Good camp or home sites. Sale by One 'to two years college witi
owner. Terms. Call 648-4885 or some science 'helpful, but n
write Drawer L, Port St. Joe. 1tc cessary. Must 'b eindustriou
--- conscientious. Age 20-30. T.h
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, hard- den Co.
wood floors, gas floor furnace,
large attic fan, venetian blinds, TRADE US that useless Iten
new built-in kitchen cabinets with have for something useful.
ceramic tile ,countertop. Can be fi- PLUS SALES in Port St. Jo
nanced. 1606 Long Ave. Ball 9-1601. Monument Ave. 4
FORSALE: 2 'bedroom house. Ig. WE PAY CASH for anythi
lot, 3 years old. Priced to sell. value. SURPLUS SALES o
Small' down payment. Can be ft-' St. Joe, 112 Monument Ave.
nanced. Located at White City.EIHV H h o th
Contact Jake Mouchette .at St. Joe W HAVE a house of a th
Motel. t fe-6-16 bargains. SURPLUS SALE
JUST VACATED at St. Joe Beach, Port St. Joe, 112 Monument:
2 bedroom house, furnished. $75. LET SURPLUS SALES of P<
month. Also 3 bderoom furnished Joe furnish your home or
house. Has auto. washing machine. We will put you in business
$100. mo. J. D. Clark, phone 7-4156. Monument Ave. 4
FOR SALE: Two and three bed- YOU WILL BE-THF LOSER
room hou.s at Mexico Beach. fail 'to 'shop with us before
Call 9-1113. ttc-3-31 buy. SURPLUS SALES of PC
FOR SALE: Three bedroom, ma- Joe, 112 Monument.
sonry home, hardwood floors, me- FOR SALE: Lots in White C
tai awnings, breezeway, fuel oil Stebel Heights. WiHl trad
space heater, closed carport, extra beach property. Phone GL !
large lot, landscaped. Financing Earl Herndon, Butler. Ala. 8.
can be arranged. C. L. Parker, 905
Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe, P. O. FOR SALE: Zepher Evinrud
Box 846. 6tc-5-19 'tor, 5.4 'hp. Stands and 2 I
gas can. Good condition.
cash. Phone 7-3041.


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Work Shoes --------$4.80 to $7.20


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Resistol Straw Hats -- $2.99 to $5.99
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Arrow Dress Shirts-----$1.99 to $2.50
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i dated. Also nice. Trailer parking FOR SALE HELP-WANTED: Opportunity for SLPTIC TANKS .pumped out. Call
- s.ace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi- 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles person who qualifies to show and Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
r mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- South of Wewahitchka. Planted model Sarah Coventry Jewelry as ,tick exper, service. tfc
2 er Park, White City. tfc-6-2 with pines, 3 years old. Priced for advertised on Queen for A Day TV
good investment., .sow. No investment, delivery or LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
. OR RENT: Furnished apartment. -3 acres of waterfront property coIlecting. Write 109 N. Church Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
. 2 bedroom. Couple only. 1015 located on Creek that flows into Ave.. Panama City, Fla. 3tc-6-9 Fourth St. Meeting night every
2 Monument Ave. Phone 7-7396. B. C. Intracoastal Canal at Overstreet. other Monday.
Gaillard. tfc-6-9 Ideal for fish camp or retirement ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
FOR RENT: 2 stor house with home. and floor polishers. Sales and THERE WILL BE a regular com-
FOR RENT: 2 tory house withAve. -10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Me- munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
- Phone 9-1301, Mira. 1fe block. Priced for good investment. Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone No. 111, F&AM every first and
fe-Nice home located on Hunter 73781. tfe-6-9 third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
. FOR SALE: A large three bedroom Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 'bath, deep EXPERIENCED high school stu-
house on Eighth St. on 1% iots. well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6% dent desires child care. Call BAll
Will sell furnished for $8,000 or un- years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal'- 7-983. Stc ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
furnished for $7,500.00. ance on VA mortgage at $57.00 POPE FENDLEY, See
-Three bedroom house on Fourth per month. WANTED: Waitresses, full or part
Street. Only $7,000. -Only one new home left on Cyp- time. Also dishwashers, full or All Master Masons cordially Invited
-Three bedroom masonry home ress Ave. for sale to veteran that part time. Catalina Restaurant, call 1. A. M.-Regular convocation of
with two baths, den, living room, can qualify for VA loan. Located 648-4122. tfc-6-9 St. Josh Chater No. 56 R A
dining room and kitchen. Only $10,- in Port St. Joe's most up-to-date t.Joseph Chapter'No. 56, R. A.
500.00. subdivision. FOR YOUR WATKINS Products iI., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
We have a three bedroom and -Nice 3 bedroom home located at needs call 9-1195 or write W. L. ing brothers welcome.
a two 'bedroom house for sale in 208 10th St. Recently repainted in- Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. David H. Jones, High Priest.
White City that are priced to sell. side. Priced for quick sale. tfc-5-26 Joel Lovett, Secretary
We can assist you in financing any FOR SALE: 3 ,bedroom home. 1320
o. these houses. McClellan Ave. Pay owners equity. REPAIRS made on radio, televi- WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY Priced for quick sale. slon and washing machines. 1020 THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
221 Reid Ave. DOTS AGENCY Priced for quick sale. NCY Garrison Ave. Allen Chaffin. 2t ing first and third Thursday nights
221 ReidAve. Phone BA 7-3491 THE PRDGEON AGENCY8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
FOR SALE: 1951-2-dr. Mercury. 301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe HOUSE PLANS and remodeling
Good running. Excellent body FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house. Ex- plans, designed and drawn. Plans SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
condition, radio, heater, new en- trash. 606 Garrison. Phone 7-4211 drawn to FHA, VA or your spe- F.Thursdayeets second and fourthican
gine parts, fair interior. Best offer for appointment. t--21206 Long Ave. 8tc-5-19 legion Hall. All members urged to
will take. Call BAll 9-1471. FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser attend.
FOR SALE: 6 lots in Beaty sub- with 65 thp motor. Sleeps two, tF YOU ARE INTERESTED in Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
division at White City. See Un- Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. saving money see us for anything Secretary: Theo Bishop
ion Finance or phone 7-5241. 2tc head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy you need in your bome. STOP and
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Local Teacher

Gets Study Aid
BATON ROUGE-James Howard
Moore, teacher .at Port St. Joe
High School in Port St. Joe, has,
been awarded a scholarship by
Louisiana State University to at-
tend its second Counseling and
Guidance Training Institute this
s/nuiin r.
To be conducted .by the LSU
Cologe of Education, the institute
ihas been made possible by a con-
tract between 'the University and
the U. S. Office of Education. Pro-
vided under the National Defense
Education Act, the funds will fur-
nish stipends for 45 graduate stu-
dents composed of high scior,


teachers, counselors and counselor ing program" for a school system l E Lj
trainees from Louisiana and the from kindergarten through grade IAdult SoftUall
surrounding areas. 12. A feature ,of the unique testing
Directing the campus program is laboratory is the "library of tests" League Results
Dr. Russell E. HelmIck, professor for students to examine and ana-
of education and counselor trainer lyze for purpose of pupil apprais- The Port St. Joe Lions Cl
at LSU. al; and experience in 'testing pu- retail their hold on first p
The objectives of the program, pils. the Men's Softball League s
Dr. Helmick said, are to increase _
competencies of counselors and The laboratory will includee
teachers for purposes of identifi- counseling rooms, observation Wewa Resident
cation of pupil abilities; to provide rooms equipped with one-way
more counselors for the secondary windows and other offices. It will (Continued from page
schools, to stress career possibili- be furnished -and equipped with Funeral services will b
ties as they relate to the national audio-visual equipment, recording this afternoon at 2:00 p.m.
need, and to study and evaluate and sound facilities and other Honeyville Methodist Churc
the training of counselors for sec- equipment. G. T. Hinton .and Rev. I
ondary schools. Dr. Helmick said *the institute's Jones will officiate. Intberme
curriculum is designed to provide, be in the family plot in Jeh
A complete Counseling Labora- more rapidly,. counselors to -meet etery in.Wewahitchka.
,tory has been established on the needs for counseling services in Comforter Funeral Home
campus for the summer institute. the secondary .school's of the state St. Joe is in charge of a
,t provides a representative "test- an nation. ments.


ub still
lace in
as a re-



1)
e held
.at the
ch. Rev.
Irenard
ent will
u Cemn-

of Port
arrange-


suit of last week's league play.
Last FridIay evening, the Box
Plant defeated Vitro Blue 5 to 4
in the first game. In 'the second
,game Sammy's Auto Repair shut
out the league leading Lions Club
8 'to 0. On Saturday, Vitro Red won
two *games from Woolford Stand-
ard. Station .by forfeit. On' Monday
night the Lions Club 'defeated Vit-
ro Red 9 to 6 and Vitro Blue de-
.eated Woolford's 11 to 10.
Here are the league standings as


of today in the men's le

Lions, Club
Sammy's Auto Repair ....
Woolford's Standard --
Local 740
Vitro Blue
Vitro Red


IOn Friday


will play Vitro Blue in the first
*game and the Lions will play Vitro
Red in the second game. On Satur-
day, Sammy's Auto Repair will
play Local 740 a doubleheader start-
ing at 2:30.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
The WJOE Cardinals are setting
(the pace in the Women's Softball.
League. .Sunday the Cardinals de-
feated the Dixie Darlings 12 to 11I
in the first game and .the IGA 'de-
feated the Vitro Wives 2 to 1.


ague. Tuesday 'the Dixie Darlings, de-
feated W L Today WJOE will play Vitro
14 6 wives .at 5:00 p.m. at the Little
11 9 Boys Baseball park.
10 9 Here are the league standings, as


10
9
6


.evening Woolford'is


of today.
W L
WJOE Cardinals ......--------.... 5 1
Dixie Darlings -----..... .. 4 3
IGA 3 4
Vitro Wives 1 5
The last six games played in the
women'.s softball league 'have 'been
won by one run. The girls are get-
ting better all the time.

c i/rUT_-CCClMll ^ r1i 111i


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that I will
no longer be responsible for 'the
debts. of my wife, Peggy Marie Buz-
ier, from 'the first -date of publica-
tion of 'this notice. 4.tc-6-16
/s/ ADOLPH BUZIER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
ADOLPH BUZIER,
Plaintiff,


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FRACTURED AW
CINEMASCOPE COLOR by DE LUXE


Sunday, Monday, Tuesday


vs.
PEGGY MARIE BUZIER,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
NOTICE TO: Peggy Marie Buz-
ier, whose address is unknown:
On or 'before the 18th day of July,
A. D. 1960, the Defendant, Peggy
Marie Buzier, is required to serve
upon Silas R. Stone, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is 321 Reid
Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, a
,coup of, and file original of, an
Answer to the Bill of Complaint of
Divorce filed against her, herein
fail not. or a Decree Pro Confesso
will ,be entered against you.
WITNESS my 'hand and seal of
said Court, at Wewahitchka, Gulf
( County, Florida, this 15,th day of
June, A. D., 1960.
/a/ GEORGE Y. CORE
*Clerk Circuit Court
(SEAL) 4t-6-16


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Gas Range, $109.95
Electric Range, $139.95


FATHER'S DAY SUGGESTIONS

DORMEYER With Free Rigid All Steel Case

POWER SAW- $39.95

115 Pieces Includes 7-piece metric socket set

WRENCH SET ... $29.95

Covered in nylon and plastic-Rge. $69.50

RECLINERS --- $49.95 up
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Includes 24" grill, Table, Plastic Dishes. Reg. $29.95

BARBECUE SET $19.95

Maple and Mahogany

VALET STANDS $12.95

Alum. frame, Plastic covered Mattresses

CHAISE LOUNGES $39.95


FREE DELIVERY NO OUTSIDE FINANCING
Shop In Air Conditioned Comfort
OPEN TIL 7:00 P.M. FRIDAYS


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FOR SALE
New 2-bedroom 'House
With one and a half baths
Full Price, $9875.00
$1500 down $75 month
Here's a modern home with
many custom built extras. Just
perfect for small family or
couple. Ideal location.
See the Pink House on Rachel
Dr. In Mexico Beach. Owner
next door.
Phone 648-3205




WANTED
CASH REGISTER
Will pay cash for small used
good cash register.
Phone 648-3205
M. MISSLER


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ESTIMATES FREE

Apalachicola Wewahitchka Port St. Joe
St. George Island Mexico Beach St. Joe Beach

PLUMBING -- BUILDING -- REPAIRS
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J. O. OGLLE


P. 0. Box 923


Phone 7-8576


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