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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: July 21, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR


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'Port St. Joe-The Outlet:Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960 NUMBER 43


Pictured above is the Lions Club Men's Softball League Cha
to right, Harry Canavino, Sam Johnson, Harry Tyson, Goldie
ard, Rev. Byron Smith, Bill Fleming, Bob Nedley, Marty Begl
tured: Harry Dowden, Weylen Graham, W. 0. Howard. Thi
with 22 wins and 8 losses.


Lions Club Gain Championship

As S&ftbah! Season Ends


The final games were played this
past week in the men's softball
league. Monday evening the Lions
Club defeated Vitro Blue 11-8 and
Rommy's Auto Repair 'defeated' Vi-
'iro Red. Here is how the teams
ended ,ilh. season:
Won Iost
o Clu(i 22 8
s Auto Repair 16 14
' to Blue., 15 15
lford'E Standard 14 16
' al 74: 1.4 16
Vitro REd .9 21
., Plans are 'being .made or 1a tour-
iameait :to be playedd i the negT'
future. A playodfi 'ill 'be '-held'
among the punnef-up teams. 'The
winner 'of, the play off will meet
the league champion Lions Club,
to determine' ,the tournament
championship.
Over 100 young 'adults in the
Poit St. Joe area participated in,
the means softball league this year
Double-header games were *played
every Monday, Friday and Sastur-
day at the Centenial Field, and
many fans 'showed up for the games
each day.
It is hoped that the league will
be able to. send two. or more teams
to participate in a district tourna.
manent in Panama City shortly. Fol-
lowing the 'district tournament
there wil be a tournament in Tal-
laha'ssee.

Fire Department Call
To Quarters Saturday

The Port St. Joe Volunteer Fire
Department was called out Satur-
day -morning to 101 Main street at
5:45 A.M. The cause for alarm was
the burning of an electric motor
on a- commercial refrigerator in a
tate. The flame was 'extinguished
with no damage to the restaurant.
The customers were just aliittle
late getting 'served.
-- 'C ----------

Paul E. Ramsey
Receives Degree at FSU


Tallahassee Florida State Good
University announced today there by the
'axe 381 candidates -for 'degrees at Love,
commencement ceremonies to be Tom P
held .in Westcott Auditorium at 3 selor,
p.m. Saturday, August 6. The S'
Registrar Murray W. Kenna Mrs. C
said 216 are candidates to receive ing pr
a bachelor's degree, 142 to receive Nexi
anaster's and 23 to receive the meet i
degrees of doctor of music, doctor Circ:
of education or doctor of phiao- 0. Nic
sophy. W. R
Paul Edwin Ramsey of Port St. Mrs. C
J'oe' reodived his BS' degree in Mrs.
Social Welfare. Young
----- with


Pentecostal Holiness Start
Special Missionary Services

.Special missionary services at
the Pentecostal Holiness Church
have been 'scheduled for Thursday
might. July 21, at 7:45.
Rev. Noel Brooks of Nigeria will


Visi
liams
Guy S
Chicag
liams
Sylaca

C.W


present a very intealesting pro- son,' a
grami. Ttile biiblic is cordially in- er, A
Tited. Mrs.


Ferrel Allen Jr., Makes
Dean's LUst at U. of F.

Ferrel Allen, Jr. has been. in-
fornied ithia his grades for the
past semester were such that his
name was on the dean's list. 'Fer-
rel is ,a senior in Florida, He. is
to receive a B.S.M.E. E e in
January of next year.


Tax Revenue.Coll

During Last Fiscal

Tallaha~see -- *Stawte, Gomptipl-
icr Ray .J3. ..Geen says ,collections
from. st-ate sales, gasoline and rac-
ing 'taxes increased during the -*Ia.t
fiscal year.
Green reported. thaat the sales tax
Produced $171,417,.065 during. theh
12 months ended June 30. This
was $200,0(~0 niore. |ha-. predio-
tions made last May oby. state, fin-
,ance officers.
Gasoline tax collections jn. .jhe
fiscal year totaled $119,638,000, a
gain of about. 6.29 percent for.the
year.. This .money isi.used..to build
roads.
The income from. the state rac-
ing 'tax is. split equally among the
67 counties. Each county -this year
got $188,700 from 'the state's race
tracks: Hileah, Gulfsltr.eamn, Trod-
pical and Sunshine Park: Receipti
this year showed an increase of
5.8 per cent in race track" taxes
over last year. ,


First Baptist Have

Royal Service

The First Bawptisit W.M.S. met at
the Lchurch Monday for the Royal
Service meeting.
The devotional was given by
Mrs. W. Ramsey with Mrs. W.. I.
Cardin leading in prayer.
The [theme for thAe proramT was


Will Centers, and was given
following .circle memabers-:
Mrs. Roy Irwin; "Peice,e Ms:M
'arker; Sr.' Wonderful Co t-


.'-Tallahiasse--'- The 'Florida Crip-


Wewa, Panama City) left the U. S.


Mrs. Perry Elliott; Jesils, pled -Children's .Commission treat- Naval Station in Algiers, La., at
aviour, Mrs: W. C. Pridgdon,-- d-a record 9,465 children in 1959, 6:0( A.M. nMondasy morning. We
. A. McClellan led the clos- -absorbi tg most of ,the $1 million are bound for Texas.
prayer. pent-fo- medicines 'and equipment. Nothing happened that was In-
t Monday the-' circles-. will- ThUe- child-en were treated for tqrestiqg that mOanping. Wi atie-
n the homes. '- TB, -olio, 'rickets, cerebral palsy, lunch at Lake Charles, La., in the
le No. 1 meets with Mrs. W. miyelitis,- flat and climb feet, cleft 'Greyhound. Bus Depot The food
hols; Qircle No; 2 with-,Mrs. "palate- 'and'- lip 'and other bone, was delicious. A few of the Scouts
aangey; 0trlcle No. 3 wtith- nerve- aa. circulatory diseases. bought souviners. We left for Hous-
)tis Pyle; 'Circle No. 4 'with The- 'eeanmmIssion, which has ton at 1:30 P.M.
C. A. McClellan -and 'theb rtreated:omnie .50,000 children since We stopped for.'a rest at the
Matrons Circle will niee't i incepition--iin 1929,- at one time half-way mark. We got into Elling-
Mrs. Cliff Ellis. --andle'ti-'-children .suffering from ton A.F.B., Houston, Texas. We had
bdniF'eform-ties or diseases. It has chow at the Air Force Miess Hall
ting Mr. and Mrs. Jobhn'Wi- ,sincebra-ched out to include other and then went to the barracks. We
last week were Mr. and Mrs.: disorders i had-single rooms .(3 ec.) and 3
Sc'alzittie 'and children: from- ----- --- fans in each room. We went swim-
go; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wil-- Mr. and Mrs. Ashley- Costin are ming In the base pooL
-and Miss Dixie William's of visiting- friends. -and .relatives in Tomorrow we leave for San An-
uga, Alabama. Orlando. .. gelo, Texas (via San Antonio).
'---- ---- Eeryone Is very well. No one
.0O. 'and Mrs. Major M. John- Mr. r.--Ahd.- -M'rs.M. L. Britt- are has been sick in the last 24 hours.
nd son Mitchell of Ft. Ruck- vacationing' with -fienids -and .rela- --
la., were recent 'guests- of- tives-. in- Georgia, South Carolina : Here is the first report from our
Buck Burge and family.Y -., -and North- -Carolina.'- Boy Scouts that are now on their


- the. 50th AnnIversaer.Boy Scout
National Jamboree- dt Colorado
Springs, Colorad,.
Eighteen Scouts--and Scoutmas-
ter met ait the Post- Office .t 5:00
A.M. on July 10th and. left on theI
Charter Bus at 7:00 a.m. ArriTed
in Panama. City to. pick up more
Scouts. The trip- was a. little off
schedule but it didn't. take the bus
driver long- to make the schedule
iback up. The ,bua aRcrveJ in Pensa-
cola, at .:10 and we4 proceed, to
load the Aitmore,- Alabama. Scoutq
in Pensacola. In Pensacola -.we met
140 other Scouts from over the
Gulf Coast Council. and them we
all departed on m our buses ber-t-
ered for the trip.
The firat day was enroute to
,the Naval Station' at Algiers, La.,
with a stop at Morrison'a Cafe-
teri.. df- Mobile. 'While. at MOerri-
son's the Scouts ran-. ito some
Port St. Joe folko, Mrs. Vie An-
derson. Miss Gall Aderwon and


Morrlsons a few went over Smith, Alfred Millergren, Park
the limit. Several pictures were
taken after 'eating at Morrison's. Brue Mithel an
Upon.arrivel at the Navy 'base in Mitchell.
Algiers the boys all ate a hearty The next patrol is the Beaver
Nuvy supper in the mess hall, then with Joe Whaley as Patrol leader
were allowed to swim in the Navy and the following boys in the pa-
pool. trol: James Bowab, Rodney Her-
We are fortunate on this trip ring. David Harvey, Morris But-
to have the same bus driver that tram, Kenneth Broadnax, Peter
we have rad for the three Jam- Fox and Jimmy Johnson. The Fly-
borees on the way into New ing Eagle Patrol with Tommy
f0rlean, rtlhe air condliRoner on Grimsley as leader, and Maurice
the hus went out, which was hard FPuller, Stephen Major, Bobby Hen-
to take, but we survived. Iderson, Rex Buzzett, Ray Ramsey,
All of the scouts are very well. William Wager, anmd Jake Bein
No one it aick and no one has Then the last patrol i-s the Raven
been sick since leaving Port St. with Rusty Luttrell as Patrol lead-
Joe. er and the following boys: Bobby
The troop ia set up into patrols, Sutton, David Wilson, Marvin
one Scoutmaster, two assistant Pipkin, Wilbur Joyner, Arthur
Scoutaiasters, two Junior assistants, Pruet, Sam Crook, Wynn Millson.
senior patrol leader, quartermast-I We will tbe looking for more
er ~d acribe. The patrols are the ',ports from 'the boys "as (they
Owl Petrol with Donald MacDon- make their way to Colorado Springs
aid a patrol leader and the fol- Colorado.


Noti" Taxpyers'LBBB District Tournament
.In accordance with Section
129.03 (b), Florida Starbutes, 1959' .
noticess. hereby given that the
iBeard of County Commnissaionerw, .Ud W '
Gulf County have prepared a tem-
I porary budget for the several coun-
ty funds for' the fiscal year -be-
M Lgining October 1, 1960 and end-
I insessionon e-St. Joe Playing Host To Teams Commission Reads
EUEI diayAugust 8, 1961, at 9: a.m. I i
S (OST)', :or he purs of ear- From Jacksonville and Pensacola Pool Ordinance:
ing complaints from any person
or persois, f. irms or corporations
i that are diesatisf ed wih Tad, .North Flhida Ditriot Touta the one player picked from allt-he The City Commission, held a.
Budget meant of Little Boys Baaeball stats teaas together that s ed out- shot meting Tuesday night hand-
L Ed Note- The budget- was re- here in Port St. Joe. port St. Joe. standing sportsmanship both on ling routine matters th-at came be-
A i ceived -too late to, Include this played JacksonUTlt yearwday at and offt she field. This award is to fore them.
week's issue. It will 'be. publish- 5 pm. mbut the Star was going to be given away 'by the newly or- Ordiiiance No(. 182X was read
B ed 'next weet-. press 'and does not have the results gailzed, Olvitan CIub. It will be for the first 'time. This ordinance
North o Today's game will be, between the presented to the winner at the pertains 'to fencing of swimming
S. winner of yesterday's game and close of the last game. This tro- pools and fish ponds. All fish ponds
rNorth Floida Pensacol a. phy wil lbe o display Friday and of a depth of 18" or more must
The wdnear wia play Pesiawla Saturday.of this. week. be fenced. This ordinance in itself
Cos ed Today at 5&: 0.0 p.m. : The players o the out of town explains why it is being put into
onCrnS ,u dThere will be a charge of 25c team will be saying at Tyndall effect. .
ampionship team. Pictured, left Birmingham,: Ala. (Special) for a ll peron.s f 13 years and old- Air Force Bae,. The. City Commission also in
Scott Smokey Pigott, John How- James P. IMitchell, Secretary of er to help defray epenaes. yoh..riwasiI, a special meeting of struc.ted hbe Street and Park-Dept.
ey, Baltzell MlcKnight. Not pic- Labsor,; has @led sits on United FTort St. .Joe- is represented .by te umWpires- of t !'hiei.tl3 ,Boy tp ,help and Je' assistance to Mthe
e Lions team ended the season States. District Courts,- I Florida the aliataa o r the National LeagOe .League for the tournament Tue- Little Boys -.BasblNip ir Fla.
seeking to :enjoin two0 Noith Flori- who are manned .by Howard Rig- day night at the Chateau. The ruoe District Tournament which Is 'bei
da.concerns engagedin .meat pack- er at S& and La.LeoS ly hbok ,'ok d. -other rules inot toud 'ing .held in. Port St..Joe :
k H lnd V ew A mb ing and. distribution of meat prod- 9. o ItheK W ... [Ii hA_. ABB League rule book were ----
Highland View Assembly u .forviolating provisions ofte The Protest .Commirtte i.& anade disousae*d toriouhly.
Seeks Funds For Church Federral'Wage and' Hota Law. '. ui". Bil Fle d Iag, Bill PIoter aid : Bob 1lltey introduced to the um- Tapper to
The Toibiasi Packing : Co., Inc., of Bill Whaley, Tihia committee will pirethe managers of the Jackson.-Tapperto Tell
The Highlaad View Assembly .of Ghipley, Fla., a nd :. C Taylor of handle athe enter-tourament for all ville amd Pensacola.- teams. After V Ff
God- Women's Missionary' ouhicil Jay, Fla.; are charged i n separate .in'actionsaof rae.' a .period of getting acquainted theJay Forum of
will ibe serving Hot Dogs, Ham- suits. with failing ito pay e ployees Awards.gien itis tojntast rules were further discussed with Conventin.
burgers, and Cold Drinks Satur- engaged in commercT -and & the will be Winnel'a Trophy, Runners .the manager by--Roy Co in. : mO e 10
day evening between the hoursof prducin of good for commerce Up Trophy. these award 'are A games will tart promptly at .
4:00 and 8:00 p.m. for the pur- at least ithe minimum nage of $1.00 ig !presented by t-he ast oity' : 5: p.m. with. -the ex ebptlon of. Jaycee Forum of the- Air -.this
pose of raising funds or the ailing..o compensate A Most Valble Player a Saturday. Saturday games will be Sunday wil present Mr. George
urey n such. worker, for work i-r excess based on ,point in ytn will e fq' saimtdunced later. Tapper. The panel will discuss the
They invite you to bring the en 40 hours per week at .one and recently held Democratic National
tire aamily and enjoy ithe good one-half times their regular rates ap | : 1 Convention. Mr. Tapper attend
food prepared by the ladies. The and ailing to tai adequate .HIV Ac ures C on and. was prewn
booth will be located beside the ecordss s..required by the Wage .. at .all .sessions. He will-,be inter-
-hurch in Highland View._ Hour :Act. J O 010 P011tS 1 r R Oby the Jaycee Panel on the
B.uS. TWO Contain r Pants in Virgin i.-. 'viewed by the Jaycee Panel on the
J. B. Sanders, doing is i feelings at the Convention, the eIehn.
Sthe Southwest Provlsion oo.,.and ned Band Wagon and the IattWgd
ections Increase engaged tn the wholesale sale And m rn ".nen The St- Joe Paper Co, has added- of t ,eel etoad ;w pv
Sdi.trlbu-tion of mIa %dmeat prod-A USme t Ct r 'G ven tho wee k.n.a y
i nr ts i, Fo t. Myera, Fla., 'has been t a cemnt thi .wee olli ,
cited in, a third wuit aing pay- tRoert MWalhd the president, said
-.ment of $1,436.40 i nunpiaid- oer- Op| v t Beach .the s&. Joe Paper Company, had ,
:1lMM.l/MM time compeusatuio; ---- acquirei ,.ttll oothe Co- mJ#KF rOCtF rae
obfe$ 1,436r i ero-rollyn- ofa the Gulf Forest Firses
... ,,'-.-Wn ._. I_ .body.- I-yo aw tht- want a ait ,e compy, the Coum !CLu. im-
Pay Increases Episcopal Minister to eoe m r ni ,r- t cit r CrporAton of Vir- UW i
... U--o Assumes Foridqisl newe&L and moast corn- No purchAse prie was given. Florida Forest Service dispatcher
Tall assee Unemployment Assumes Duties pt JolQolf.ACun '. The new. addition make a total J. H. Pope says, Gulf County fire
payments ..Ato Florida's jobless in- .ter at Mexteo -Beach, located- or of l companies pow under the reports .show for the first six
creased $59,065 over May. to a The Rev. Harry Babbitt has, a- HIgHwalg 9& W between Port St. Joe wing of the St. Joe Paper Co.. months of 1960 we have had 23
total of $2,917,315 in June. Pounced his new duties as Priest. an&: anaima.- M(t The Virg-lda utility do located fires which. burned 2,496.1 -acres of
State Industrial Commission in-Charge of St. Jam'es Episcopal Two attraQtivaecustom designed at Pmortimouth and both companies forest land compared with 23 fires
Chairman .James. T. Vocelle attri- Church. MiatureGotlf.: coitaes offer in- employ about 200 persons, that burned 146.2 acres for the
buted.-the increase Ito layoffs, in Rev. Babbit comes 'to St. James tee stig outdoor play for young Addition of the two plants make 'same period in 1959.
citrus can.ning and packing houses, from -St. Marks of Jacksonville and al: A...i ew freproof- Ar- a tota of eight. added by the St. Most o; the 'excessive loss this
and 'seasonal',slowdowns, in tourist where he was Asdistant Rector I cade,-Off.ts a.gneat. Tariety or- .am- -e organtttion during the last year was caused by fires on ex-
ad aUllied businessess. Rev. Babbit has. 2 sons, Harry 'use. nt.gaaes- Bowltng to special- yar. cessive windy days plus the June
Uemprloym'ent insurance pay- 18, 'who will attend the University ly tea e Offiial scoring Bowl- 10 Lukeford fire which burned a
-n .en3ts t1 I-June were up a mil- of the South this fall and David ,d-ng MacMiaes make this popular Beach Presbyterian Church large acreage.
lion dollars above the total $1,904,- 13, who will be a student at. St. aimeavailable to all, including the Sta e. Pope says we can't control light-
26 p'id ouit in June 1959. Joe High. womem ad-childrem. Official Skill Slaes arly ervces ning fires, but he urges care in
-. .cetd mch o ,the in- Previous churches whete RIe ball,. baseball-.and many other. am- The Bethel by the Sea Presby- the areas that can be humanly con-
Voclle cedit mu e Baibbit ha's served were Christ usemenit games off rpleasamt- di- terian Church on Beacon Hill trolled to hold down forest fires in
crease..a,to. :a ',decline in construc- Church of Cedar,Key and St. Bar- version for e'vTyon; and' for ad- Beach is holding eapli services Gulf County.
ndon :emptoynenit.,- anld its related nabas of Williston. ded enjoyment you may listen to each Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. Pope urges that you contact the
industries such :'as. lumber and The Babbits are residing at thae popular juke box ItUnes. (EST). A family service is the forest 'service before you make a
wood products., clay, glass, aun Episcopal rectory on Hunter Circle. The Jolly Golf Fdnu Ceniter will type where all meet together for burn to insure that your burning
Sstone...I additiono, some increase ,be open from 12 onon each day the opening worship and then ad- is safe.
in.-unemployment insurance was Mt. land Mrs. J. R. Burge and until 12 midniltt., Journ to Sutday School classes. The "Burned forests is lost money",
S.sprea-d generally throughout the daughters, Joy and Robin of Vero 9' adults will b led -by the pastor, says Pope, "so be careful with fire
economy. Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Tommie Mr. and, Mrs.- Gady Player and Rev. Boyd B. Underwood. An in- in the woods."
S-On y. tw..-offices of the Florida Hammonds and children, Stev'lo chldan. *dted laast:, week with vitation. Is extended to .all to come -
Stt ta.Employment Service report- and Debbie' of Panama City, were Mr. adm Mrs. P. B. Fairly, Moss and worship. Those on vacation 8ed 'he 8tar To A Friend
ed, decreased payments for their week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. p as., and Mr. and'. Mrs. at the Ibeaches are given a special
Sareas in Jue. They were Gaines- Buck Burge. Harry Jones, Jack$on, Ala. wIcan0 e to unite in the service. Tm h on your printin is a sigua o quaa~
vlle, do-wn $1,769 to $12,166; and
Lake City, down $1,345 to $10,294.


Record Nmber of Scouts Report On Trip To Jamboree

Cripples Treated July 11, 1960 way to .th. ,largt wathringa ot Mrs. Jean Atchison. The boys were lowing boys in the patrol: Jimmy
..... .---Troop 55 (Port St. Joe, Atmore, -boys' in the history of the world allowed one dollar for their meal at Bozemnan, Arthur Boreanan, Pete


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Melody Theta Rho Girls Club

Holds Installation of Officrs

Installation of officers of Mele- Ruth McCorinick; Staff Chaplain,
dy Theta Rho Girls Club No. 10 Mrs. Florkzelle Connell, and Staff


wa 'held on Monday evening, July
11. Pat McCormick, vice president
of the Theta Rho Girl's Clubs of
.te Assembly of Florida acted as
president during the opening of
the Club. The meeting was then
turned over to Mrs. Aliene High-
tower, district deputy president,
district No. 2 and a staff of Re-
bekahs for the Installation cere-
monies. '
The staff was as tolows: Instal-
ling Officer, Mrs. Aliene High-
Itower; Staff Marshal, Mrs. Flora
Long, Staff Warden. Mrs. Lucille
William's; Staff Secretary, Mrs. Ad-
die Goodson; Staff Treasurer, Mrs.


Musician, Mrs. Lois Daniels. Mrs.
Jessie Owens 'also attended as a
visitor.
The following girls were installed
for the coming term: President,
Dianne Bishop; Vice President, Ka-
trina Farris; Past President,. Pat


ford; First Herald, Judy Williams; .
Second Herald, Sandra Williams; ivett Fam y
Third Herald, Carolyn Carr and
Forth Herald, Betty Hammond. Visit Here ,


The hall was beautifully deoor-
ated with flowers in season and
.carrying .out the colors of peach
and blue.
Mrs. Joanm Coker Holland ibeqng
the out-going president was the re-
cepient of many lovely 'and useful
gifts presented to her in a.parade
from the club and, girls.
Refreshments 'and a social hour-
was enjoyed by all.


McCormick; Treasurer, Jeanie
Coker; Secretary, Sandra Baxley;
Marshal, Lilla Dochery; Wlarden, Mrs. Jane Lapy-rousae and daugh-
Mary Kilbourn,' Chaplain, Fran ter are spending this week in
Gunn, Conductor, Mary C. Lyons; 1Tampa. "
Musician, Becky Childers; R. S. 4 .
President,. Lorraine White, -L. S. Circle" 5. of tle Long Avenue
President, Evelyn Dockery; R. S. Baptst Church will' 'have their July:
Vice President, Barbara Whitfield; meeting Tuesday in .the home of
L. S. Vice President, Margie Wool-'Mrs. Frank Pool.


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Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gentry Kiv-
ett, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and
young son, Roger, Jr., were the
guests of their aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Ned Porter, during -the
early part of last week, enroute
-p their tour of the State.
Mr. Kivett, civil engineer in the
employ of Combustille Enterprises
Inc.. has actively participated in
the construclLon of such major nu-
clear projects, under contracts of
Combustible Enterprises, Inc., with
General Electric and Westinghouse
as the frst .atomic submarines "The
Nautilus", 'Skate" and "Triton",
-and. the first atomic 'aircraft -car-
rier, "Enterprise".
Mr. Kivett is the younger son of
T. Lee Kivett, Sr., of Greenville,
S. C., who will be recalled by "old
tmers" remaining here, as the el-
ectrical 'engineer who first "elec-
trified" th'e young 'town of Port
St. Joe, 1915-1916. T. Lee Kivett,
Sr., then moved, to his own 'home
area of North 'and South Carolina,
where he became ,affiliated with the
prominent electrical contracting
construction firm of Huntington &
Guerry, Inc., which, position he
maintained until his retirement
several years back.
In ths capacity T. Lee Kivett,
Sr., was in charge of installations
of most of the gigantic electrical
dynamos, looms and other electric,
cal devices used in the great dams,
textile mills and tobacco factories
of North Carolina 'and -South Caro-
lina, the textile center of the south.
Long before his retirement, Lee
Kivett, Sr., had achieved the en-
viable status of third' place in the
field of Electrical Engineering in
the entire Southwest. For many
years :he has made 'his home in
lgreenville, S& C. and' ow, be-
cause of ill health, io not often
able to revisit the. places of 'his
early career, Port St. Joe and Apa-
lachicola, which he still holds dear
', We feel sure that the "ld tim-
er" who remember him will be
him, and wish [him and both of
his sons, T. Lee Kivett, Jr., prom-
inent (architect of Gre'enville, S.
0. and Roger G. Kivett, Sr., civil
engineer with Combustible Enter-
prises, Inc., well in their chosen
careers.


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960


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Kennington Wilder Engagement

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kennington of Port St. Joe announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kath-
erine Wanda to Thomas Griffin Wilder son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Wilder of Little Rock, Arkansas. The wedding will be an
event of August 26, 1960 at 7 o'clock in the evening at the First
Methodist Church of Port St. Joe. The reception will immediately
follow in the Social Room of the Church. All friends and rela-
tives of the couple are invited to attend.


Methodist Circle of WSCS Meets

W.S.C.S. Circle No. 3 of the some being 'taken form Dr. Frank-
Methodist Church 'met in the home !in Rail's book on prayer.
of Mrs. J. Lamar Miller at 9:30 Discussion on what prayer means
July 18 Mrs. John- Driew, Chairman, to you by the group followed.
called' tre meeting to order with Lesson closed with the Lord's
a short business session. Prayer.
Mrs.: Helen Kilbourn opened hte Refreshment's served to tour
devotional with prayer. She took me.ers.
her Scripture from' Samuel and ______ -
gave an interesting talk on prayer, Advertising Doesn't Cost it PAYS-



PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I
SSixth Street Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minister


A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU!



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.


You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

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

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME




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"


Sunday, Monday, Tuesday


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GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


WORSHIP SERVICES
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
11:00 A.M. ------"A Devoted Life"
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 7:00 P.M.
8:00 P.M. _.- "The Heart's Conflict"
Prayer Service, Wednesday -- 8:00 P.M.


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THE STARj Port St. Joe, Fla.


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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
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS $1L75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-clasa matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publisahers
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.
THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960


The South- The Scapegoat of

The Democratic Party

In viewing the Democratic Convention on TV last week it
would make one wonder if the Democratic party REALLY wants
to win the forthcoming election in November.
In literal terms the South was kicked, spat upon, booed and
generally treated as an old un-wanted stray dog. Our great Senat-
or Spessard Holland and a few more courageous men of the South
fought a losing battle against the Northern Liberals and "Demo-
cratic Do-gooders" In a final effort to appease the South and
solidify the party, the Convention nominated Lyndon Johnson
for Vice-President. Even this was a bitter pill to swallow by the
northern "scallowags" as well as many Southerners since John-
son tends to use the old political gimmick of playing both ends
to the middle. t
We will agree with Harry Truman that the Convention was
rigged not for Kennedy but against the South. In our way
of thinking the party has already lost the South's vote unless the
Republicans go after the Negro vote too and try to outdo the
Democrats "Civil Rights" plank.
We say to the Democratic Party BEWARE- You have
stepped on the already sore toes of the South and now with this
ultra-liberal Civil Rights Plank you have mashed our toes into
the dirt, but most of all you are trying to break our voting finger.
These well-trained fingers that have voted Democratic for so
many years may just mark their 'X' beside Mr. Nixon's name or
either stay away from the polls altogether in protest to the utter
disregard for the rights of the States and the Southern way of
life.


Wanted to Trade: 15 Million Votes

For A Little Understanding

The animosity of the Northern Liberals toward the South
was apparent when the Southern delegates attempted to present
their Minority Report amid cat-calls and boo's from the Northern
rabble-rousers. If these "wise men" from the north had been
teen-agers, they would be called punks or juvenile delinquents.
Instead they are mature men and women who are graciously
called "liberals" but who should have had the dignity to let each
man speak his piece in a truly Democratic way.
We believe that the GOP realizes that this is the time to
"woo" the solid South and break down the one party system that
has plagued the Republicans for longer than- they care to real-
ize. If the grand old Party, which is right now huddling to select
a platform, seeks to draw up a platform of tolerance and under-
standing for all people, we believe that the Republicans will not
only carry the South in the election but will also carry out its
objective of a "better America" and show the people of the South
that they do not "knuckle under" to the whims of minority groups
but do have respect and appreciation of the Proud South's desire
to live their own lives. If this should come about the South should
realize it is in spite of the previous Southern divorce from the
Republican Party.


THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
--SUNDAY 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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Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor


Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
Prayer Service (Thursday) -----7:45 P.M.
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Gov.-Elect Bryant


Has Heavy Schedule

OCALA, Fla. Farris Bryant te legislature at the recent leg-
Democratic nominee for Governor!.tiLUve caucus at Pensacola. Con-
took a brief intermission from ris tinl:f -h;is program of unity, Bry-
tbusy schedule to attend the Demno- ant flew to Washington to confer
critic National Convention in Los with tire Florida Congressional Del-
Angeles. egation, terming the results of this
Meeting as- "Highly successful".
Before leaving on his wesE coast _, -
Beforeleaving o is The Gubernatorial nominee ex-
tiip Bryant paused briefly to re-
SBry aused, brily pressed a deep feeling of gratitude
fleet some of hisprogress since and appreciation when he spoke.
dii isuotefa-iil campaign or 'the
of the thousands of letters and mes-
Democratic nomination for ,gover- being sent from his Ola
nor. Looking back over the many ea q aers s yi at e
Headquarters saying That ihe wlh-
miles and visits,, Bryant eypreseded he could ",thank" .each one of
regret. tht -he could not havw seen
more ,people and visited more cities his many friends, workers and sup-
porters personally. He indicated
aud towns. However, most people personally. He idit
that he would continue to include
would agree that h chu ",thank you meetings in his itin-
'isoalmotlsolSstble. erary as tme permits similar to
Summarizing rn, prc.gres, Bry- those hold in Pensacol,, allahan,
ant mentioned his "work sessions" Lake City, Daytona, Gain, esvlle,
LLat enable, him- to observe and dis- L ,
cuss enabthe problems obsevery are Starke, Bradenton, Miami, Ft. Dau-
of the state by personally visiting deridale and Tampa to list a few.
6ach area. Mr. Bryant said he was aFerris Bryant commented that
'leased with the results oft the upon his return from the Demo-
"work sessions" thus far, such a's cratic Convention he will resume
those conducted in Polk, Volusia his program of personal visited to
and Dade Counties. every area 'of the state conducting
Other sessions Mr. Bryant found "work sessions", conferences, and
beneficial were 'tha meeting of the visiting everyone possible "when-
Florida Citrus Mutual, the initial ever and wherever" time permits.
steps taken toward eypand'ed Flo-
rida tourism with the Tourist Ad-
visory Board and a very informaa-
iv-rn e eetin. .-ith National Insti- l R


tate for Highway Safety and the
American Automobile Association.
Bryant commented on the latter,
adding that '"action must be taken
to eliminate needless loss of life
on Florida Highways" using the
recent July fourth weekend as a
prime example.
Mr. Bryant was enthused by the
feeling of harmony with him that
was expressed ,by most members of


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RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE class in session at a thermonuclear attack. The students receive
the Chemical Biological Radlological Defense free'tuition and a portion of their travel and
School of the Office of Civil and Defense Mobiliz- living expenses paid. To qualify for the courses
ptlon at Battle Creek, Mich. Graduates of this they must have a knowledge of college-level sci.
course are trained to teach others how to use ence and algebra, have some teaching expert
radiological monitoring Instruments to detect and ence, and be willing to pass their knowledge oe
measure fallout which would be widespread after to others in their own communities. (OCDM Photo)


World War II Vets Have

Two More Years to Buy VA Homes

World War II Veterans hava two Korean veterans may now appjy
more yalans la wtIchl to ObtaWP for direct loans through Juily 2a,
Veterans Admintirlation Guaran- 1962, Korean vetietnans may 'con-
teen Home, Farm land BluainOe tinue to seek VA-guaranteed, loans
Loans as the result of a Bill signed through January 31, 1965, through
into law July 14, 1960, by (the previouss legislation.
President. The GI Loan interest rate of 5 1/4
Under this same law, both percent remains unchanged 'by th-e
Worm War II and Korean Con- new law.
fliet veterans can continue to ap- The new law also will require
ply for direct loans from 'the Fed- that aarnest money deposits vet
aral Government It tley ITOv in eransa make be p1-aced in trust ac-
designated rural areas where GI counts ao that they will be safe-
Loans are not obtainable trom the guarded tI case th builder becomes
local lending inmstitutlons. insolvent.
The new aw authored Treasury Another provision will allow the
Department advances of $150 mil- VA o guarantee a loan so long as
lion in each of the next two years the application Is received prior
of this Direct Loan extension Pro- to the new terminal date. Former-
gram. New expiratioa date for the ly, Tke law provided VA had one
Guaranteed Loan Program or y to issue it evi-
World War II veteran and for tr dence of guaraity. This amendment
Direct Loan Program tor will allow the guaranty of loans
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World Wax1 andH Kojreu.an Veterans"
is July 25, 1962. The prior dead-
line for both programs was July
25, 1960.
Since direct 'loana were (lrt au-
1944, the GI Loan Program has
guaranteed more tha fre .million
loans ito World War II eterans,
and' to 775,000 Korean veterans,
amounting ot nearly $9 billon.
Sine edireet loans were finat au-
thorized in July 190, wM VA b1M
made 165,000 direct loam totaling
$1.3 flbillion In rural .eo. Ad
snall towns whwera Tetawu ud
not secure loans from local lend-
ing teole Wor. War I|
While both World mWw 11 and


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For months our showrooms have

been sizzling. REASON: Mercury

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fire this year.


Mercury prices now start $31-$66

below de luxe low-price name
V-8's* And we'll deal, deal, deal to

make your edge even better.


RED-HOT FACTS TO BUY BY: Mercury
is up to 494 road-clinging pounds heavier. 7- to 8-inches
longer wheelbase for a smoother ride. De luxe, fully carpeted
interiors. More entrance, shoulder and leg room. Exclusive
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when because of title problems, de-
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Vitro Organizes

Bowling League

Th,e bowl ing league organized. by
Vi tro' had -their first -games July
3i.iu Paanama City. T6r league Ias
composed of ,four tewiti each with
five men. .
Team captains u'e: ra Spott-
ers" D. R. Grossmenn; "Gatter-
.du'astes", B. J. Rl.hharJd .-3,.,'Aley
Oops", B. J: Spann: and "Oddballs"
B. I. Mobley. League secretary i3.
C. E. Koller. ..''
Here ,are :thie results of, the fl
games:
Team Standings er
SWon Lost Ser.
Oddballs 3 1 1654
Gutterdusters 3 1 1576
Alley Oops 1 3- 1577
Pin Spotters 1 3 1519
, High individual game: B. I. Mob-
ley (223). High individual series:
B. I. Mobley, C. E. Koller (492)


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Construction Company of Santa
Fo, has a force ot about 120 at
work. Much work and material
have been contributed 'by Army en-
giieers and troops from nearby
Fort Carson.
The city of Colorado Springs is
contributing 'water i-nd electric
power sufficient tor a city almost
its own size. El- Paso County is
contributing also. The ,State Health
Department for example, sprayed,
the whole site detraying expenses
with $7,0.00 contributed 'by the em-
ergency fund' of Gov. Stephen L. R.
McNichols.
Ranching Planned
.Some contributions gare unususa
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planning and of concentrated con-
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large 'engineering and industrial
enterprise in itself.
Scouts Pay' Way
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principal north south highway.
Across the highway is the gleam-
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slope of the Rampart Range of
.the Oolorado Rockies. And south-
west of the Scout encampment
rises Pikes Peak.
This is the same area In 'which
the Girl Scouts of America met
two years ago, (but numbers are
far greater this time, and prepara-
tions must be more elaborate. Most
of ithe expense 'will be borne by
the tees the Scouts will pay to
attend.
The Boy Scouts of America
budgeted $1,000,000 or the site
preparation itself, and large con-
tributions in money or in kind are
being made by local, regional, and
nialtional organizations.
The general contractor, Modern


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But all such contributory efforts
are dwarfed by the size of the maoi
job perparing a modern clty,
,under canvas, for nearly 60,000 per-
sons, and then striking it after only
10 ,days. The contract stipulates the
'site must be restored to Its orig-
inal condition.
The whole project -is under dir-
ection of the chief engineer of the
Boy Scouts of America, Stanley
Hawkins, who began isa planning
last January.
Amphitheater Set
Under 'his direction, 6% miles of
streets are being completed. Most
will have to be scraped off the
prairie after thle 'encampment. More
than, five miles of ranch, fencing
were removed and stored. This
,will be replaced after the Jam-
boree.
A huge outdoor amphitheater is
being prepared in a prairie depree
aion for the chief ceremonial ev-
ents, one of which will be an elalb-
orate celebration with a 30-foot-
high simulated birthday cake of
5the 50th birthday of the Boy Scouts
of America.
The world' movement started in
1908 in Great Britain and spread
to the United States in 1910.
The big amphitheater was seed-
ed Ito grass in April and now Is
a beautiful lawn.
; Facilities Readied
The Scouts are 'expected to con-
sume 1,500,q0 gaqllolns of waater
daily. A temporary pumping sta-
tion with a 'capacity of 11,000'gal-
lons ,a minute will keep it flowing
from tthe city reservoirs.
The city also strung 6% miles of
primary power lines from the mu-
nicipally owned power source,
loaned 90 transformers, and' is in-
stalling a special substation to
serve the encampln'ent.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Colorado Springs, Colorado Braces for
Annual Boy Scout Jamboree
Colorado Springs, Co001. When tional Cattlemen's Association ia
the first of 55,000 Boy Scouts come going to set up -an oldtime "spread"
flooding to the fifth National Jam- with cattle and horses to show the
boree o the Boy Scouts of Ameri- boysr what ranching really is Hike.
ca July 19, It will mark far more C. W. McMillan, association vice-
-than a 'simple setting up of touts president, said that one-fourth of
in an area of great natural beauty. the boys 'at least would thus see
The 2,300-acre site nearly four their first live beef cattle. Some
square miles has been leased of the cattle will be longhorns of
for the occasion from the Reverse-J the old tailai" days.










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All must go to make room for our new fall merchandise


NOW
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530

4 63

395
- 330

2 63


All Sale Items Cash


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should apply agatl when you are tion.
62. In fact, you can speed your Definitely, beneficiaries wh o
first check 'by applying a month or earned $4800 or over in 1953 should
so before. The office for this area fila for a recomputation, Care/ ail-
is located at 1135 Harrison Avenue ded. Incidentally, quite a few bene-
'in Panama OCity. The telephone ficiaries, age 72 and over, who no
number is POplar 3-5331. longer have to meet the retirement
---- test, continue to have earnings cov-
Pered by social security far in ex-
People who have additional earn- ce of $4800 per year.
ings after -they 'begin receiving re-)
tirement benefits under social se- Whether or not your earnings r
curity may be able to have their excess of $1200 per year would e.-
monthly check refigured. John V. 'Litie you to a higher monthly check
Carey, district manager of the Pan- depends on your individual case,
(ma City social security office said Carey continued. However, if your
This week. Any retired beneficiar- monthly check is less than $59.00,
who earned more than $1203 in 1959 it is very possible that earnings in
has a right to ask for a recamputa excess. of $1200 during 1959 would


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960

provide some increase.
Anyone who feels that a recom-
putation might benefit him should
contact his nearest social security
office right away. In making con-
tact with social security at the dis-
trict office or contact station, you
should bring a record of your 1959
earnings--Form W-2 for salary
earnings, a copy ,of your 1959 tax
return, if self-employed. The social
security office for this area is lo-
cated at 1135 Harrison Avenue,
Panama City. The telephone num-
ber is POplar 3-5331.


I ANNOUNCING THE I


In summer time informal entertainment moves to the casual
atmosphere of the backyard, patio or barbecue. But for the special
time when hamburgers or hot dogs just won't do, you may want
something that combines the elegance of smart New York dining
with the glitter of stainless steel.
Nino, "maitre d' at New York's fashionable Hotel Drake recom-
mends his own superb recipe for Steak Diane as the dish that can
satisfy the most demanding palate and yet can be served with
sophisticated grace out under the skies.
In preparing his famous dish, Nino insists on using a stainless
steel grill designed to his own' specifications and available through
Legion Utensils Company. Only stainless will hold the heat proper-
ly, he says and it's so easy to clean and stays bright. Ideal for pre-
paring Nino's delicacy, it has a frame for containing canned heat
and a tray used for cooking. You can use it for ham or bacon and
eggs, pancakes and even -crepes suzette.
NINO'S STEAK DIANE
2 Servings


2 10-12 oz. sirloin steaks
2 Teaspoons chopped parsley
2 Teaspoons Worcestershire
/2. Lemon.
Ground black pepper


2 Teaspoons chopped chives
7 Pats butter
Dry mustard
Salt
Olive oil


Pound steaks between paper until they are twice original breadth
and %," thick. Bring to table on platter garnished with chives and
parsley. Light canned heat. Put 3 pats butter and chives on grill
tray. Cover butter with dry mustard. Pepper, salt and olive oil one
side of steak. Place on grill as soon as chives start to brown, then
salt, pepper and oil unprepared side of steak right on grill.
After 2%Y minutes to a side (rare) douse fire. Allow to simmer a
moment. Serve. Tip tray, scrape juices into one end. Squeeze lemon
:nto gravy and rub tray bottom with rind. Add Worcestershire,
oarsley and remaining butter. Pour sauce over steak.


Widows Should Apply For

Social Security at the Age of 62

Wiiows hib.ould arply for social the retirement test, u;
i .ri-ty ,benef itts as' noo as they ahead by fifteen year
aIe G2, J..hn V. Caey., district mar- at age 62. This mean's
ager of th'e Panama City Social ing woman would ha'
Security Office said today. It would youd age 77 fto lose b:
be even better if they applied a The same applies to
month" o sd before they are 62. wives of retired_ wo
Of course, no one should delay, would generally be


,but widows in particular should
be careful ot 'apply for benefits
'promptly.
A woman'.s Ibenefit based on her
own account or the account of a
living husband is reduced, if she
applies 'before age 65. Sixty-two
year 'old working women, who meet


usually will be
Ts if they; file
Sthiat a work-
ve to live be-
y filing early.
62 year old
rkers. Wives
ahead twelve


years or have to live 'beyond age
74 to lose. But a widow's 'benefit
is different.- Widows' benefits are
not reduced land the fullr amount is
paid at age 62.
So, if you ,are a widow, Carey
explained, and we once paid you a
lu.mp-sum ior monthly benefits, you


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your friends a full 10 frame play at
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everyone can bowl the children, and
womenfolks. Come and have fun.


ARCADE


Games and Music
Our big FIRE-PROOF amusement arcade features many interesting games of
amusement. Skill Ball Alleys, Shuffle Alleys, Baseball, Shooting Games and
many others, at only 5c and 10c.
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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960


NEWS FROM Mrs. E. R. Batson and grand.
ighland View daughter Dorothy Godwin, have re
I W turned home after visiting in Ama,
By HAZEL CREAMER rillo, Texas, for several days with
Phone 7-4976 MIrs. Ray Hall' and family.
Miss Libby Adams of Panama
Mrs. Lynwood Watts and daugh- City is visiting this week with Sara
ter of Baldwin, Mrs. Ollie Harnes, Catherine Cumbie.
Mrs. J. N. Cox and son, Ronnie, of
Tallahassee and Mr. Leo Cox of Jimmy Maloy of Blountstown is
Sopchoppy, visited Clinton Cox and spending a few days with Mr. and
family Sunday. Mrs. Jim Godwin and family.
Mr. -and Mrs. Auir Campbell and Mrs. Willard Cooper and Mrs.
children and Tom Craft of Jack- Daisy Britcher of Fort Walton,
sonville, are the guests of Mr. and visited during the week end with
Mrs. J. B. Holland this week. their mother and grandmother,
Mrs. Willie Enftnger and other
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis and Mrs.
children of Panama City visited
Mrs. Davis' brother, Harry Stone, Mrs. Erline Davis and daughter .
during the week-end. Robbie of Panama City are visit-
Elmer Kent of Walter Reed Hos- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Ipital, Washington, D. C., is visit- Mrs. Flora Maloy and Deborah
ing his mother, Mrs. W. R. Cop- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maloy and
pedge this week. children, Tommy, J. W., Susan and
Mrs. Dalton Groce and children Annette of Jacksonville, spent Sun-
of Panama City visit. 1 Fr:day day with the Jim Godwin family.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mullinax is visiting
J. V. Cannington. friends in Quitman, Ga., htis week.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suggs and Mrs. Kenneth Roberts of St.
son of Panama City spent Sunday Marks is visiting her sister in law
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. V. Cannington this week.
Curtis Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Delano King of
Mrs. Kathryn Brown and daugh- Lakehurst, N. Y. returned home
ter Barbara and Patsy Patterson Sunday after visiting Mrs. King's
and Laney Branch spent the week- mother and sister, Mrs. Zorn and
end at Mexico Beach. Mrs. Betty Dobbs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Glass and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and
family spent the week-end in Geor- daughter of Parker visited Mrs.
gia with relatives. Mae Creamer and family Saturday.
Mrs. Lukie Barrow, Mrs. Alma Mrs. W. B. Holland and son
Paige, Mr. 'and Mrs. Hunter Paige Grover Lee visited during the week
of Carrabelle, visited the Clinton end in Brundidige, Ala., with her
Cox family Friday. brother J. E. Bray and family.


Gene Cox returned home Sunday
After spending a week in R. A.
. Camp in Panama City.
* Gene is in Waycrose, Ga., this


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OF OUR


Going Out ofBusiness


PRICES CLASHED TO THE BONE
WE ARE DEFINITELY GOING TO CLOSE OUR DOORS

Sat., July 23 -- Only 3 Days Left

TO GET IN ON THESE WONDERFUL BUYS

1 NORGE REGULAR $369.95
AUTOMATIC WASHER -------Now $25000
1 APARTMENT SIZE REGULAR $179.95
ELECTRIC RANGE ---- --- Now $15000

1 APARTMENT SIZE REGULAR $139.95
GAS RANGE --------------Now $10000
1 40" REGULAR $199.95
PERFECTION RANGE -----Now $10000


Now $9995


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week working as Counsellor in the
Children's Bible Mission camp.
Mr. Noah Rushing and daugh-
ter, Mrs. Louise Hart are visiting
relatives in Avon Park and Winter
Haven this week.

Club 22 Holds
Regular Meeting
The regular meeting of Club 22
was held in the home of Mrs. Jes-
sie Owens on Monday evening. The
'meeting was called to order 'by
Mrs. Lois Daniels, president and
*members repeating the "Lord's
Prayer".
Mrs. Jessie Owens, chairman of
ways and means, presented the
club with a "money apron" for
making money for our Home in
Gainesville.
Tentative plans were made for
our banquet in September when
the president will visit. Mrs. Flora-
zelle Connell closed the meeting
with prayer. At the beginning of
the social hour Mrs. Aliene High-
tower presented Mrs. Myrl Griner
Weeks with a basket of wedding
gifts' from the members. Those at-
tending were Mrs. Florazelle Con-
nel, Mrs. 'Flora Long, Mrs. Lois
Daniels, Mrs. Voncille Miller, Mrs.
Jessie Owens, Mrs. Mryri Weeks,
Mrs. Aliene Hightower, Mrs. Hu-
lene Thames and Little Miss Mc-
Kernan.


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FAMILY PUTS 2,000 MILES

A MONTH ON CORVAIR

THINKS IT'S MARVELOUS
GAS MILEAGE "OUT OF THIS WORLD"


.. ,- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kahelin of Plant City, Florida,
S' couldn't be happier with the way their new Corvair has
worked out as a combination family and business car. On
their newspaper distribution route alone they travel more
L than 400 miles a week over all kinds of roads. Little wonder
.. they're so pleased with the gas mileage they've been getting
..... A s i --"at least twenty-three miles to the gallon with an auto-
matic transmission and we've had no trouble with
our Corvair." The Kahelins have equally good things to
say about Corvair's easy-going comfort and unique con-
venience features. They especially like the way the fold-
down seat doubles as a built-in baby sitter.




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delight driving can be. Its steering, response, traction
,- and roadability are unique because it's a unique car
-the only U.S. car with an air-cooled airplane-type
rear engine, transaxle and independent suspension
at all four wheels. Be in on the know.
Find out what delightful differences
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other arrangements. If n arrangements have been made by August
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POR SALE 70 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ...
32 acres o woo 4 mi I, John H. Oumbie, will not oeirinSOn DroWH
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles Leld responsible for -debts except ....son -Be
South of Wewahitchka. Planted that of my own. John H. Cumrbie. -
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for 4tp Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brinson of
good investment. -P
-3 acres of waterfront property ONE OF THE fastest growing 'busi Port St. Joe., announce the en-
located on Creek that, flows into nesses in America. New coin op- gagement 'of their daughter, Sara
Ideal for fish camp or retirement orated' machines (not vending). Elizabeth, 'to Leo A. Brown, Jr.
home. First time offered ,in this amea. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown,
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one First class locations 'available. Re- on of Mrand Ms A Bro
block. Priced for good investment. sponsible man or woman (part or S.' of Brunswick, Ga.
-Nice home 'located' on Hunter ful time) 'to operate. No selling or Miss Brinson was graduated
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 'bath, deep .00. Eanrnings unlimited. Do not ans- from Crawford' W. Long school of
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6% soliciting. Necessary capital $1995- Nursing in Atlanta, Ga. She is now
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- wer ,unless you meet requirements
ance on VA ,mortgage at $57.00 Write Western Sales & Mfg. Co., employed at the V. A. Center in
per month. 329 Idaho Bidg., Boise, Idaho. Dublin, Ga.
--Only one new home left on Cyp- Mr. 'Brown attended the University
press Ave. for sale to veteran that IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in of Georgia and was graduated from
can quortalify for e'VAloan.u caed saving money see us for anything the John Marshall Law School of
subdivision. Syou need n our me. STOP and Atlanta, Ga.
-Nice 3 bedroom home located at SWAP SHOP. The wedding will 'take place 'at
208 10th St. Recently-repailted in- SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call 4 p.m. 'at the First Methodist
side. Priced for quick sale. Buford. Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Church.
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom home. 1320 quick expert service tfe lu
McOlellan Ave. Pay owners equity. uick expert service. -._ -
Priced for quick sale. THERE WILL BE a regular com- Miss Mattie Odom
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
3C1 Williams.Ave. Port St. Joe No. 111, F&AM every first and To Celebrate Birthday
Third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. -
OWN A DELUXE COIN LAUNDRY Miss Mattie Odom who resides
KOIN KLEEN has the best location with her nephew, Charlie Oom andes
in Port St. Joe. We are now :inter- w th lher phew, Charie Odom and
viewing prospective owners. Gon- ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M. family of Wewahitchka, will cele-
struction -on the building is now POPE FENDLEY, Sec. 'bralte her 89th "birthday on Sunday,
90%equipment wllte. The installation or ll Master Masons cordially invited July 31.
xeperts. Bank financed with mod- ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners Her -relatives and friends 'arein-
erate down payment. For informa- and floor polishers. Sales and vdted 'to 'come and 'bring a well-
t.on or interview contact 'by tele- service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc- killed basket and' enjoy a spread
phone or letter Jack Rowe, 3312 Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone lunch together.
Lake Shore Drive, Tallahassee,
Florida. Telephone 34661. 3tc-6-30- FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 lp motor. Sleeps two, NOTICE TO DEFEND
FOR SALE: 12 foot boat, trailer head, galley, $1200.00. See B, Roy NOTICE TO: Peggy Marie Buz-
and ,10 hp. Evinrude motor. All ih Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. ier, whose address is unknown:


... don't gamble with yours.
Get periodic check-ups from
your family physician. If he
gives you a prescription ...
bring it to us. It is our privi-
lege to serve many of the
families in this community.
Even though we may be busy
you will always receive:
prompt, courteous, attention.




Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida


CLASSIFIED ADS

.FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ments. For couple only. Phone
7-7641. tic-5-19
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
, hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14


FOR. RENT: One aid two 'bedroom FOR SALE:-Lots in White City in.
attractively furnished a par t- Stebel Heights. Will 'trade for
cents. Cool in summed warm in beach property. Phone GL 9-2208.
winter. Gas heat, window fans. Earl Herndon, Butler. Ala. 8.tp-5-26
They'*have to 'be seen ito ,be appre-
cdated.' Also nice Trailer parking WANTED: Waitresses,; ull or part
'eace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi- time. Also dishwashers, full or
mico Lodge Aparmnents and Trail- part time. Catalina Reftaurant, call
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2 648-4122. tfc-6-9
.FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 bed. FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
room hou"s. Screen .front porch. needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
Water furnished. $35.00 per mo. Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
Available -this week end. Phone tfc-5-26
7-3023. tfc-6-23
1 ELECTRIC Frigidaire stove, good
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. -condition. comee 'make us an of-
Oall Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll fer. Surplus Sales, 112 Monumaent
, 7-2565. tfc-7-7-
I-BED SPRINGS and- mattress cheap.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom ifunished i Come look them, over. Surplus
.apartment. 228 7th St. Phone Sales, 112 Monn.met. 'AB. -


:7-7761. tfc-7-14
-,.
''"FOR RENT: Small 3 bedroom
kouise on, First St. Contact Ohris
Martin, 'at BAll 7-4051. t ,tc-7-i4
FOR RENT: 2 turnished apart-
ments. Phone' 7-5771. .tfc 7-21
FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished
apartment, upstairs. Water furn.,
$35.00 per mo. Phone 7-8642, in-
quire at 1904 Garrison Ave. f fc
FOR SALE: 16' Paeacraft "Over-
mnigahter" boat..35 hp. elcetrie tart'
Ev'mirude ,motor, "Eezy" trailer.
new skis, ski rope, paddle, anchor,
preserver cushions. All in 'excel-
lent condition. First $895 takes ev-
erything. Phone 7-3606. : tp
'FOR SALE: 2 acres land. Cleared.:
All or part. Jon'esville, 3 miles
from Port Sit. Joe. See Leroy Strain
Jonesville, P.O. Box 361, Port St.
Joe. 1Up
T--
FOR SALE: Launderette on Mex-
ico Beach. Good business. Call
648-4160 after 5:00 p.m., or write
,Joe Hewett, Mexico Beach. 4tip7-14


WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet.
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN "LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
F.Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
regionn Hall. All. members urged 'o
attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop
.. A, M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph lhaapter No. 56, R. A.
I.,/'2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
David H. Jones,' High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Seeretary
NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice is hereby given tthat the
aindensigned, desiring to 'engage in
business t under 'the fc'tLtious name
of SURPLUS SALES OF ST. JOE
In the City of'Port St. Joe, Florida,
inte6dls to register the said name-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Gulf Coaunty, Florida. 'i 4t
'...REX ADDISON :"7-14


-C-------- x MARTIN
BARGAINS 'Galore. Savings one.. J*; C ML*
ery 'item. BlreakfaSt .suit&t $.'.'4 r NOTICE TO CREDITORS
to $19.95. Surplus Sales, 112 Mon'u- Notice is hereby .gven that I will
merit Ae: .. 'no longer be responsible for the
WA,^.. ^ SAE, li.... h ._, ",,' debts of my wife, Peggy Marie Buz-
WALL SAFE ln.ed '.itb ..sb..;o ler.frome the ,firt date of ,publica-
or rthe protection of valblpe P- nof this t notice. 4tc-6-16
9ers. Priced to sell. Surpl's Sales. /' ADOLPH BUZIER
112 Monument Ave. "
BARGAINS in' used 'dishes, pots .& NOTICEOF.- -FICTITIOUS NAME
pans, *etc. at Surplus Sales. Also NOTICE is hereby given that the
a nice -selection of used books undersigned, desiring to engage in,
priced from 2c to 85c. 1 Mionu- business under the fictitious~name
mvent Avenue. of Gay's Fish Market, in the City
A' .of Port St. Joe, Florida, intends to
WILL DO WASHING anid ironing register the said name with the
in my home. 608 Maddox Street, Clerk of Circuit Court of Gulf
Oak Grove.' Phone 7.51.11. 2tp County, Florida.
FOR 'SALE 1950 Chevrolet. Good Signed:: tc-7-7
for ,second -car. Call 7-2687, Na- MRS. DORIS GWALTNEY
dine B'oyette, Box 181, Highbland
View. Itc IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH JU-
FOR SALE: partly furnished house DICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
1ocasted' at Beacon Hill, Fla., for IDA, IN AND FOR' GULF
information write J. M. Brogd'on, COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
la.,. or call OR 1-7911 4tp ADOLPH BUZIER,
FOR SALE: bedroom suite, bed, Plaintiff,
mattress, springs, chest of draw-j vs.
ers, 'dressing -table.'Call '7-3636 'or PEGGY MARIE BUZIER,
iee af 1-501 M namment. itf. ftndnrt- -


SOn or before the 5th day of Aug-
ust, 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 '5th day of
July, A.D. 1960.
/s/ GEORGE Y. CORE
Clerk Circuit Court


SEALI


4t-7-7


COMPTROLLER OF THE
CURRENCY
Treasury Department of the
United States
Washington, D. C.
Whereas, satisfactory evidence
has been presented to the Comnp-
troller of the Currency that FLOR-
II A BANK AT PORT ST. JOE, lo-
cated in 'Port St. Joe State of
Florida, ha9s cqomplied- with all pro-
visions .of the statutes of the
United States rqeuired to be com-
plied with before being authorized
to commence, the businessof tbank-
ing as a National Banking Assoc-
iation; '
Now, therefore, I, Ray M. Gidney,
Comptroller of the' Currency, do
hereby certify that the above-nam-
ed association is authorized to
commence the 'business of banking
as a Natiofial Banking Association
,under the title "FLORIDA NA-
TIONAL / BANK AT PORT ST.'
JOE", effective as of the close of
business 'on May 31, 1960.
In testimony whereof, witness
my signature and seal of office this
31st day of May, 1960.
RAY M. GIDNEY 6t-6-S
Comptroler of 'the -
Currency
Charter No. 14902.
(SEAL)
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I


Thursday 'after visiting 'Mr. and
Mrs. George Hall at Mount Dora.

Mrs. Allene ,Rhodes of Los An
geles, Calif., has been visiting her
sister 'and family, Mrs. Buck Burge.


State Announces

Tax Reduction

Tallahassee The Florida In-
dusitrial Commission today an-
inounued a axm reduction saving
'employers $365,000 annually 'on
Workmen,'s Comipaensation insur-
'epoe premiums.
Commission Chairman. J'ames T.
Vocell6 said the agency "can m'ak'e
this 'tax reduction as a result'`of
economical operati:.ii -in and being
able to cut upit costs of adtiinis-
tration.
Just a year )ago' Ithe Coommis-
sion .Veduced *the 'assessment paid
iby ,cities and' other local govern-
ment units for the administrationi
of the Social Security program
(Old Age and Survivors Insurance)
as it applies ito public ,employees
in Florida. It also ,suspended en-
tirely the half of one per cent as-
sesisiment charged 'against- Work-
me is Compensation insurance pre-
miusn's for the purposee 'of biulding
up a 'Secoondd Injury" Fund.
SThe -action reported today cuts
from $3 per $100. 'down to fi$2.50 per
,100 ,t'he 'asisessmn-.mt that must be-
paid 'by insu'3ra,:e tLOwupa'neS. on
all i. 'renunim. they ,_ollect in sales
of Workmen's, 'Compenisation in.sur-
ance policies. Thie Commission i's
,authorized under the law to impose


the law when a worker Js injured,


Don't Throw Away
Your Old Furniture'
LET US

Re-upholster
your faded, torn. and worn
Eu*rnlture

Red's Trim Shop
Corner Second and Reid



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


W an assessment up to 4 per ce nt on
W. M. U. Meeting premiums paid. The reduction just
made reduces the assessment rate
Is Tomorrow to the lowest in the twenty-five
years since the Commission has
been created. The reduction also
The Baptist W.M.U. Associa- applies for businesses or groups of
tion Meeting 'and' Young People'sbusinesses which provide their own
Rally will ,be held ii the First Workmen's Compensation coverage
Baptist Church 'Friday morning, by ,being "self-insurors." With pre-
Jiuly 22, at 10:30. (miiuimns aaiticipated lt $72,842,000
Miss Pearl Todd, retired Mis- n e year ahead, a three per cent
sionary from China will be the 'assessment would produce $2,185,-
-guest speaker. Everyone is' urged 270. The 2% per cent assessment
to attend. will produce some $364,212 less,
Lunch will be 'served by the hot representing the amount saved.
_______ Vocelle said' "we are very grati,
.Back From Vacation fied to be able to make this re-
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Nelson and duotion in the cost of the Work-
sons,, Glenn 'and Marshall, return men's Compensation insurance pro-
Sunday from a week's vacation in 'gram in Florida. It should be point-
th'e Smokey 'and Look Out Moun n ed out that the ffoits of 'our depu-
twins. ty commissioners 'over the is'tate
-_ __ ___ (who decide the. controversies
Mrs. R. H.' Marshall and daugh- which arise between 'employers and
ter, Charlotta returned home last employees 'over the' application of


McCo!ough Chain Saw Dealer
Repairs on- Saws, Lawn Mowers & Outboard Motors

PLAYER MOTOR COMPANY


Highway 98


SHighland View, Florida


YOUR

'SingerSewing Machine Co.
REPRESENTATIVE IN PORT ST. JOE,

K. 0G. PARKER
For Service ,or a Free Hbine Demonstration of'Vacuum
Cleaners, -Floor Polishers and Sewing Machines, call
CITY RESTAURANT BAll 7-5431 -


"AS A BUSY HOMEMAKER I know
milk keeps energy up! I know milk gives
memore food power for cooking, baking!"


YAZOO POWER no job too
rough, too tough! Big Wheel
PERFORMANCE easy hand-
ling, maneuverability! DURA-
BLE CONSTRUCTION-guar.
antees long years of trouble-free
operation!
Ask for a demonstration!

St. Joe Auto Parts
309 Williams Ave. Ph. 7-2591



James' Gems. .


HARDEN'S DAIRY


DAIRY PRODUCTS
Wewahitchka, Fla.


DISTRIBUTOR for BORDEN'S
Phone NEwton 9-4383, Collect


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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 BAll 7-5431


YOUR BIGGEST BARGAIN
Years ago, practically all that a prescription could
do was to alleviate the patient's pains and make him
a little more comfortable ;- while nature did a
slow job of curing the ailment. But today's pre-
scription, containing wonder drugs completely un-
known years ago, cures the ailment in 'hours, not
weeks keeps the patient.out of the hospital or
gets him out after only a few days and puts -
him back on his feet in a hurry. That's why we say:'

Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History


SMITH'S PHARMACY
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111


good condition. The whole rig ,fo
$250.00. Cliff Robbins. Phone 7-5681.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, hard-
wood floors, gas floor furnace,
large attic fan, venetian 'blinds,
new built-in kitchen cabinets with
ceramic tile' countertop. Oan be fi-
nanced. 1606 Long Ave. BA11 9-1641
nanced. No down payment. 1606
Long Ave. Ball 9-1641.: tfc-6-30


HAV E YOU





HEARD!6


That WIMBERLY MOTORS Used Car prices are the

LOWEST and Trade Ins are the HIGHEST ever heard

of in Port St. Joe?

.' This goes for Boats and Motors too!


We would like to inform you that

MR. SAMMY PARKER

is back in our Service Department. Our desire is.to give you the BEST
SERVICE at the Lowest Prices Possible -- so come in to Wimberly
Motor Co. if you want your automobile repaired right!




WIMBERLY MOTORS Inc.


20 Mouet Avnu Phon 7-341


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florlds
THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960

on the job) has been a substantial
factor in bringing about this' re-
'duction. In 1959 these deputles-
handled 11,709 cases at an average
per case cost of $33.13, lowest ln
the past 10 years and a $10 p'er
case reduction over that period.
We are proud that our deputies
have been organized to render such.
,efficient ;service," Vocelle added.
He said deputies handled an aver-
age of 650 cases ',each last year,
compared to 245 per 'deputy in 1952.


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