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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: September 8, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (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).
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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with It
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants


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


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR



ETAOIN SHRDLU I
by WUPEY R. RAMSIY |


Just a dding dong minute there,
Bob Sidwell. You .know I would not
stoop to story about the size, quan-
tity or quality of the fish caught
on .my trusty tight-line.
Unlike some people w.bo buy
yachts, all kinds of fancy fis'in4
equipment, take solitary trips tso
nobody can see Ithe resultst; and
even .buy new motors for ihc.ir
yachts, this angler doesn't have to
abretch the truth one little bl.t. We
can catch them. As oackiLng for
tibis statement we give you Doyl:
Rietherford, Woodrow Henderson,
Golden Scott, and any number of
other famous and truthful angler
up to and 'not excluding Bob E'I-
zey and Wayne Bu'ttraan.
We admire Bob for exerci.slug
restraint on his own catches how-
ever. Several weeks back Dici
Sipilers came ,by with a 23 inch
baby sailiish he had: caught. He
wanted us to make his picture, and
we did. Dick spilled the beans of
Bob's prowess. He stated that Bob
had managed' to catch one even
esaller than his (Dick's). Dick of-
fered the opinion that Bob Just
couldn't bring himself to the point
of showing such a catch off in pub-
lic. In fact, I think Dic said some-
thing like, "Old Sidwel finally
caught a fish, but I don't think [he
ashowed- it to anybody tbut mne".
What do they say Bob? "People
who Itre in glass houses ?"

But 'topw If you 'want to hear a
story, we have one here for you.
This story concerns the ,results
of George Wimberly, Bob King and
HuIbeat Richards .getting together.
Anmyling. can -happen 'at ,times 'siI
this, aid'fhiis, story is good evidence
of "that fact.
Fratnik McDonald-innocent a.n.d
tiusting Frank-approasbed' hbeas
three and made ithe remark, ".Ay,
you guys. I saw tbhe darin'dest '.hi.'
the other day. I saw 1 rattleeakko
swimmnIng 'across .the riverr" ,
Well, as you cadn iaagine, that.
did t. .
W With a straight ftace George
countered with, "Oh sure Frank, I


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1930


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Highland View Asks City









CITY REQUESTS SURVEY OF POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS

The Port St. Joe City Commission was approached Tuesday niglit at their regular meeting

j t! by a group from the Highland View Men's Club asking the City of Port St. Joe to furnish witor
service for that community. Representing the Highland View Club were Rev. J. J. Hill, Silas
P layer. Iris Furney and Grover Clark. Ben Dickens, local attorney, acted as their spokesman.


Power Squadron Classes for Port St.

Joe Registration Tonight At 8:00


HIGHLAND VIEW MEN'S CLUB OFFICERS-Pli'tur-ed aiabve. left .:, ri-ht, o ,re n-w nd outgoing tificers
of the Highland View Men's Club. They are, left to right, Silas Player, retiring president; Iris Furney,
-new president; Don I een,; vice-president; Grover Olark, retiring secretary-treasurer; Rev. J. J. Hill,
secretary 'and' James atterson, treasurer. (Photo by Lynart Studio)

Highland View Men's Club InstaPs New Slate of Officers


The Highland View Men's Club held installation of new
officers at its regular meeting Monday night, September 5. The
following officers were installed: Iris Furney, president; Don
Levent, vice-president; J. J. Hill, secretary; James (Pat) Patterson,
treasurer and Gene Raffield, sergeant-at-arms. Silas Player is
hte outgoing president and Grover Clark is the outgoing secretary-
treasurer.
The Club is presently working
on several projects tor the better-At nd n _
ment of the community of Highland te d ceI
View. The main projects are: The f
procurement of fire fighting equip- Strength of Club
mrent. A volunteer firemani'a group
has been organized with R. A. Rotarian Hrebert Brown spoke
Skipper heading the group fIre to-the lub Thursday on one of the
chef. The,,producement of a port- requirements of the club-attend-
able water system 'ad possible dance.


sewerage system. There are sev-
eral aspects being investigated, on
this prbjet, A committee met wi.hi
'the Port St.' Joe Oity Counnission
at its regular meeting Tuesday
night to 'discuss this matter as one
of. ihe prosVects for a supply of
water. Nothing is definite at this
time on that meeting.
The Men' Club is now in the


ha've seen any numb-er of rattle- process of establishing and' main-
snakes swimming across the river, training a recreation area for the
It's a common thing." residents of Highland View. At
Hubert 'suggested to Frank ne present, the Men's Club has been
should have stood around a !it:.e successful in, obtaining a parcel of
.vh'le 'and wait for the rattler to land from the St. Joe Paper Com-
ltim'b a tree and' do a high dive. pany at .the end of Seventh Street
Bob King, adding fuel to the fire for this purpose. The Club plans
told Frank, "Did' you notice, Frank, to move a building on 'this property
thist the snake also had Ihis tail out possibly the latter part of this week
of 'water? A 'rattler never swims to be used as a temporary club
with his tail in the water. His rat- house. On the park .site, plans have
tIes will get wet and' he can't give been drawn, or several phases of
ibis customary warning. The rattler recreational and sports use, such
is nothing but a sport when, it as baseball. softball, 'tennis, barbe-
comes to placing a lethal dose of cue pits, -small children's play area
poison into someone." and a number of other such item's.
SHulbert Richards, by now warm- There are other projects 'being
Iag 'to his subject, just couldn't considered' by the C0ub which will
stop himself. Hubert went `back in- be introduced at a time when the
to 1is store of snake lore and! told members feel it can handle such


Brown stated that three things
judge .the .heatLb of Rotary or any
ohher '" gan.i ti :- ,' i. nd.ia~ ..- n
new :memebers.s and' new.,Alubs fora-
ed. He pointed out thatt t-l average,
attendance for 'the Port St.' Joe
club during August was 82%. The
average for .the 'district was 83%
placing the Port St. Joe cluhb j ust;
under the district average.
Brown, chairman. of 'the attend-
ance committee said, that his com-
mittee strives 'for good atetndxance
iby calling members and remind'.:
them ,of 'their 'miss and urging that
the members "manke-up' their miss
iby attending a neighboring club.
The committee promotes attend-
ance by promoting ihcenitivies for
attendance 'such as interesting pro-
grams, good meals, interesting club
activities, etc.
Guests of the club Thursday
were H. B. Glidden of Athens, Gi.,
Nat K. Greenie, Nashville, Tenn.,
and Ben Lovingood of Quincy.

Returns To School
Kenneth Hurlbut thas returned
to the University of Alabama to be-


Port St. Joe members of the St.
Andrew Bay Power Squadron 1.
undertaking 'the formation of a
Power Squadron here In Port St.
'Joe, according to Herb Brouillette
* and Dillon Smit .
The objects of 'the Power Squad
ron is to establish a high. standard
of skill in the handling amnd naviga
tion of yachts andi to encourage th


Drivers Licenses

Now On Sale

Drivers' licenses for 1961 are
now on sale, according to Mrs.
Frank Pate, license agent for
Judge Sam P. Husband in Port


Study of the science .of navig a!.oa. St. Joe.
lhmmhmer Me tein l1 te Steq-u on-.o Licenses may be obtained at
Cober Meei ng must first complete a course con-,
S e for Iona d od' by the Squadron in the the office of the Pate service
ISet for uond fundamental's of boating safety Center between the hours of
V and pass an' examination after con- 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday,
S p- letion of the course. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday;
Th.e Port St. Joelt. ber of from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on
Commerce will have theirregu.lar Initial registration ,for such a from 9:00 am. to 12:00 noon on
'oaetr.ly dinn er ,g 't course to be taught in iPort St. Wednesday and Saturday.
qu.aretrly dinner ,meetingat theJoe will be tonightt at 8:00 .m. Mrs. Pate urges everyone to
Centennial Building 'Moniay eve- obtain their new drivers? license
ji : at 'the Port" St. Joe HigSch obtain their new drivers' license
ninat 8:00 The la meet or two hours before the September 30 dead-
All men'mbers of the Port"S't. Joe once a week until Deceimber 8, at line. After this date, applicants
OCli.abe.r of Com.neiee, their guests 'which time tihe examination will be for the driver'' licenses will be
and anyone interested' in the Port given, beforequired to take a driver's test
St. Joe Chamber of COommerce aTe It is 'anticipated 'that, upon corn- before a new license may be is-
urged to attend. Guest peakers, for. pletion of ithis course, a petition sued.
the evening will be Geral O'Ky- for a Charter for a Port St. Joe Price of the licenses are $1.25
scin, president of the Dixie Airways Squadron will be sent 'to ie GOv- for the ordinary passenger car
COompany, who will discus 'the earning Board of the Natidnal or- driver's license.
inauguration -of airline -ervice to ganization. Should, this petition be
.the Apalacihicola airport and the approved, Port .St. Joe wIl have Rules of the Roadi Aids. 'to Naviga-
'advantages of this ..rvi e .- ihhe 'a squadron ot-ita-o a. tion. 'The .Marieir's Onmpass and
Port St. -Joe area and' Durwbod' Subjects to Be ~~ taght ,s. Ie '& O ri aSend Plotig.
Johnson of Quincy, who will talk course are: Saftty Afloat, Seaman.- Anyone desiring additional .iin or-
,on taxes.in relation to industry lo- ship, Small Boat Handling, quip nation are urged' to call Herb
eating in Florida. ment and Government Regulatlons, Brouilliette or Dillon Smith.
This promises to Ibe a ,very in-
t eresting 'meeting and.'a !ll members |
of the Chamti er and their guests School Lunch Rooms Can Handle
and everyone interested in Ohamn- f
e to erc acti ity e r Feeding of 1,000 In Case of Disaster


Gulf County school lunch depart-
VeteranS InVited To ments could handle tuhe feeding of
Legion Dinner Party about 1,00a or more persons In the
y0gaevent of a loc.a dPsaster.

All veterans aand their wives are Superintendent- of Schools,. T. A.
cordially invited to attend a din- Owens reported. this thia 'week
ner meeting of 'the American Le. when plans were diusassed. for car-
g.:on and The American Legion ing for residents of the city in
AuXiliary Thursday, September case of a serious disaster.
15, at 7:30 p.m. 'at the Americn "Even i utilities wee knocked
Legion Building in Port St. Joe.
Arthur M. McCarthy, Area Vice- out, we could still feed. a large


Commander, The American Legion,
Department of Florida will :be the
guest .speaker. A representative
from the VA Hospital at Bay Pines


.the by now gaping Frank, "That projects. gin his. junior year. He will parti- will 'be present to explain the hos-
rattler can coil up on top of the The Men's Club meets each firstt cipate in' Rush Week activities pitalization program 'for all vet-
water and strike, too-just like on and .third Tuesday night of 'the -beginning September 5. 'He is a erans.
land, ibut not as far as he can on month at 8:00 p.m. and adll men of rp embre 'of Sigma Plihi Epsilon so-' Please notify Arnold E. Daniell,
land." !the Highland View area are urged cial fraternity. P. O..Box 341, telephone BAll 7-7636
By this timen, it became too deep to join and belp the Clutb in these --- if you will ,be able to 'attend.
for us and we had to hit for higher I.rojects 'for the betterment of the Returns From Visit
,pastures. community. iMrs. Karl Marshall returned' last Visits Parents
But, if you can believe these ---- week 'from 'a-'three week visit in Miss Ann Williams spent the
three paragons of truth, this story: Mr. and Mrs. La'vaun Taylor of Denver, Colorado where -she visit- Labor Day holiday visiting with
provides an important moral that Brevard, N. C., spent the holiday ed' her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Art her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wil-
mitght someday save your lie- week end' with their parents, Mr. Plhurrough and her sister and fam- liams. Miss Williamis is a business
that is-never, no never under any and Mrs. S. J. Taylor. ily, Mr. 'and Mrs. Bob Best. College -student in Jacksonv'll'u.


number of people because our
school lunch storerooms are usu-
ally well stocked with canned
good's and other foods that could-
be used with little preparation,
Superintendent Owens said.
Civil Defense and Red Cross of-
ficials agree that the school lunch
departments in our county are a
good bulwark against hunger in
the event of a local or national
emergency.
(Personnel trained in preparing
large quantities of food and, serv-
ing hundreds of persons wouLd
meet one of our basic needs in case
of emergency.


cdMrumstances, go walking on the
water without your snake boots S u

And while we're on stories, weCity Commissioners study Growing Ne
just cannot pass up Tommy Prid- I. TesdAiy night's City Com-;he 'doubted t1he.advisatbility of do- in 'the county and' that maybe the Smith declared that Port St. Joe
Seon's story. mission meeting, Commissioner oIg such a project at this time. extra funds can be made available is continually growing and this
Tommy said one day he was fish- John Robert Smith brought up the "Although we need the paving" for Port St. Joe street paving., growth is beginning to encroach
,ing at Indian Pass and' watching a dire need of paring in Port .St. Joe said Hannon, "I feel it 'would work Sharit said that he had already upon 'the rights of some home own-
sea 'gull lazily flying back and on all. streets not now being paved 'an undue hardship on ,the people had an .engineering estimate made era. "We must plan our growth
fourth itwo or three feet above the under the County's Secondary to shoulder them with this financial on the cost of paving other city and construction practices to pro-
water .looking for a mullet and Road. program. Smith brought fortn "burden at .this time." streets and that this estimate came tect the rights of our home-owners"
minding its own business. Sudden- sthe opinion that the streets could Mayor Sharit agreed with Ha-a- to around $100 to $125,000. for all Smith, declared'.
ly, Tommy said he heard a splash 'be paved now more economically non and .urged that the Commis- the streets in Port St. Joe that After some discussion, the Com-
of water a big S-L-U-P noise and since paving machinery is now lo- sion meet 'with the County Board need re-surfacing. Working on the mission agreed to 'approach the
all at once, the gull had disappear- coated in 'Port St. Joe -doing other after the first of the year and seek cooperative plan of paving streets City Attorney, Cecil G. Costit, Jr.,
ed in mid-flight. All of this went jobs. secondary funds for the paving of brought forth by Commissioner with this project and to begin work
on to strengthen Tommy's belief Smith offered the opinion that other ,streets. in Port St. Joe. Sna-- Smith, property owners would be along these lines.
in sea inonstors. paving could now be done with it pointed out that the State law required to pay approximately 90c No definite action was taken on
And as a further warning, we property owners .assuming one- has now. been changed permitting a running foot for paving which the matter, but the Comnumisain
will 'pass on. this word of advice. third of ,the paving cost on each ithe use of secondary 'funds for the would cost a lot owner around will study the advisability of such
If you happen to be walking on the side of a street and' the city as- paving of city streets. He also said $90.00 for a 100 foot lot. a move for the next few weeks.
water at Indian Pas-wit s eo your ming one third of the cost, the County will have a good sum The Commission agreed to aip- Ball Parks
sarpke boots on-be ure eeperF k Hannon of money left out of this fund each preach the County with the project Commissioner Hannon brought
a ap look-out for Tommy's Cmmissoner F Hannon year after bond payments to do Zoning Law Needed up the subject of softball aid pro-
onister. agreed with Smith, Ibut he stated ,this work with. He also' brought I Commissioner Smith also broach- viding facilities for the musiroom-
lithat due to the long periods of out the point that the bond issue' ed the subject of a zoning law and ing interest in softball In Port St.
L TO CHURCH SUNDAY mill shutdown during th past year is paving all major road. projects building code for Port St. Joe. Joe. Hanion .said that he would


Simpson Shows Movie
Of Scout Jamboree Trip
John T. Simpison showed two
reels of movie film he ;made on
the recent trip to the Scout Jam-
boree by Port St. Joe Scouts.
The 'film contained scenes made


[i'kke t ;pointed out to the Com-
*r.n,..on tiiat the lack oft a central,
st uitarny waiter supply at Highland
' w i. offering a. health haar'd,
I u.bh to Highland View 'and the City
of Port St. Joe. Dickens polnted
out thit -the City Chanter would
Allow .such a venture (but provided
thit any community outside Port
St. Joe benefitting from the City
water system, would' be charged a
higher rate for the service than
those in -the City.
Dickens said that the Highland
View group had explored several
avenues to 'obtain water services
'but that .they thought their best
source w'ais from the City of Port
St. Joe.
Members of 'the Commission had
several questions to ask 'the group
concerning their plans.
Commissioner Nedley asked' how
much., area did' they plan to serve
f'Oa msuch ia system. The reply was
all of Highland' View up to the
Dixie Beale Motel which includes
that area which attempt ed incor-
poration laboutt two years ago.
Commissioner Hannon asked how
many [potential customers. were
available in this area. Iris Furney
(said that no survey had been made
but that he would 'gesis around
200 to 3.00. 'Furney said' that ,the
club would take such a survey to
ascertain the exact -number of po
I ential cu3 sers.
Mayor J L. Sharit .said thae.e
had 'been 'studying the project to o
the past two weeks and. it 'waa tl
advice and thoughtst, that 'at least
six miles of eight inch main wo-: il
be required 'to serve the ar'ia wi-.b
20 'to 25 fire plugs needed. Sharit
said he had made a count of the
houses in the area and said there
were 225 homes in the area and
approximately 75 empty.
Sharit pointed out that the mini-
mum water bill in. Port St Joe wtas
$2.00 for 4,000 gallons. He said it
was his opinion that 'at least a
$2.50 minimum' be 'expected in High-
land View to take care of the cost
of fire plugs and water .or their
operation.
The Mayor suggested that the


alt the Alamo, Oarlsbad Caverns Highland View Men's Olub take %
White Sand's Proving Ground, Phil- ouseto house survey of Highland
month Scout Ranch and at the Jam- View explaining costs and obtain
boree itself. The movies were made an accurate census of those deslr-
by Simps. ing the water service. 'We must
The Kiwanis Club began prepar- know this", said Sharit, "as we
action for their annual Kids' Day would have no ordtniance in High-
'to be held, on September 24 at the land View to require residents to
Tuesdayy meeting. A movie aiad re- use the system, and If it is con-
freshmenmts are among other things Itructed a customer load would'
being planned for the kids. have to be guaranteed to defray
The Club inducted a new mem- the costs involved."
ber, Bill Winters, Tuesday. The group agreed to make the
Guest of the club was J. L. Shar- survey and report back with their
it, retired' honorary member. findings.
------ -----
Attend Convention Visits Parents
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cooper Glenn Alligood, a student in
attended a convention of Florida Jacksonville, spent the Lalbor Day
barbers held Sunday and Monday week end visiting with his parents
in Tallahassee of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alligood.



d For More Streets


like to see a softball diamond built
'by the city.
Mayor Sharit asked Haunon t,"
look into 'the 'site just West of the
present ba;eeball field and' EaI.% of
the Centennial Building to sea if
either of these sites could be usedI
and how much 'would be involved
in the construction of such a field.
Dance Classes
Commissioner Hannon presented
a request to use the STAC House
on Tuesday afternoons for dance
classes. Hannon, said that he knew
the classes were for the children
of the community, but he was hesi-
tant to allow the -use of the STAC
House since there would be a pro-
fit making venture involved on the
part of the teacher.
Commissioner Smith 'said that he
was momentarily against the re-
quest because of the profit making


aspect involved.
Commissioner Nedley pointed
out 'that the project was, of sorts.
a method of recreation for the
children involved even though a
profit is involved and he was prone
to 'grant the request.
Mayor Sharit pointed out that
the classes 'would be held In the
afternoon with no lights or other
expenses involved. He made the
suggestion that the City allow the
use of the building for four weeks
and see how the arrangement
works out and then make a per-
manent decision.
Hannon and Smith both said
they didn't wish to set a precedent
of use of city facilities for profit
making ventures, but agreed. with
the Mayor to -try the arrangement
for a four week period before mak-
ing any final decisions.


NUMBER 50








3StOik Shower

Honors Mrs. Allen
A stork shower was given in the
honor of Mrs. Jennie Allen recent-
ly at ,the home of Mrs. J. F. Zel-
chovaki. Hostesses were Mrs.
James Norris, Mrs. Zelichowski and
.".Mrs. Benny Corbin. Games were
played by those tresent with prisRs
A. ,-going to Mrs. Dormany, Mrs. God-
Sd es and Mrs. Pippins.
Those present were: Mrs. Allen,
Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. J. Dykes, Mrs.
Webb, Mrs. Bessie Dykes, Mrs.
Sara Gay and Olara Belle, Mrs.
ra Thompson and, Martha, Mrs. Con-
-.- e Gay, Mrs. Herman S'triiplig,
atherin e Kennedy, Mrs. Bill Mc-
arland., Mrs. Allen Norris, Mrs.
BABBITTS WELCOMED-Ryev. Harry Babbitt and his family were Goddin, Mrs. r Pippins, Mrs. Mijmie
ofticialli welcomed last Thursday to the pastorate of the St. James Stewart, Mrs. Mae Deese, Mrs.
E(pisoopal Ohurch with a reception. Above in ithe receiving line are Betty Heath, Mrs. Dormany, Mrs.
left to right, Rev. Babbitt, Harr, Jr., Mrs. Babbitt nd, David. Wel- Dot Sadler, Mrs. Williams, Mrs.
coming the new pastor and family is St.- James' member, Thomas Combin,- Mrs. Lightfoo and Alice
A. Owens. (Phito by Fite) J., Mrs. Allie Porter, Mrs. Billy
Babbitt Family Honored W ith Receptionvel s; Mrs." O.lorrDis, Mrs. DoLera
T iI At St Jm Dykes, Mrs. Oannington and, Patti,
To New Pastorate At St. James Episcopal Mrs. Va1ie Kennedy, ,Mrs. Johnnie
Zeliohowsk., Mrs. Verlon Norris,
The Rev. Mr. Harry Babbitt, amen of St. James, and Bruce I -Mrs. Allen Norris.
new Rector of St. James Episcopal Weeks, Jr. Warden.
hurche, and his family were intro- Crystal appointments were used r R id nt
duced to the people of PortSt. Joe a' the table where Mrs. Tom OW-Former Resident
last Thursday evening when the ens poured punch and Mrs. SilWas
official church bodies honored Stone and Mrs. Paul Feasom serv-Work g On Degree
them' with a reception in the Parish ed small cakes decorated to carry
House. out the color scheme of green and Mrs. Adailyn N. LeHar dy, who
Guests were greeted by Sr. War- yellow. Focal point of the: re ep- formerly resided in 'this ciy, com-
den, Oharles Walt, and his wife, tion room was an arrangement of p leted the work for her Masiter's
who 'introduced them to the Bab- wild flowers in a giant olaem shell. Degree ', elementary education at
h1itt family. Others in the receiving Arrangementsof gladioli amd mums ehe UInivrsity of Maryl and, Oollege
line were Herbert Brown, president in shades of yellow were also plac- Par sit, Md., during the 1960 sum-
of the Layman' League, Mrs. ed to advantage about the room. mer session.
Bruce Weeks, lpresidnet of the Wo- Floor hostesses were: Mesdamnes


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P& U
MEN & BOY'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"


'Since 'there -are no summer com-
mencement exercises at Maryland
U., Mrs. LeHardy will participate
in the June, 1961 commencement
program.
Mrs. LeHardy teaches in one of
the elementary ,schools in Silver
Springs, Md,.

Mrs. Laura Geddie

Is Contest Winner
Port St. Joe has a winner of one
of the national contests that are
prevalent around this time of year.
Mrs. Laura A. Geddie of Garrison
Avenue was.a winner in the Texaco
"Write iYour Own TV commercial "
Uatlonal comltett
Mrs. Geddie was the only winner
in iis contest from the West Flr-
ida area.
Her prize was' a Coleman gaso-
line camp stove.


Henry Lillus, Tom Alsolbrook, J. C.
Arkbogst, W. D. Dare. J. B. Gloek-
ler, Julian Wiley, Clyde Fite and
Margaret Johnson.
In charge of arrangements was
Mrs. Tom Moon. Assisting her
were Mrs. Herbert Brouilllette who
did .th e decorations and' Mrs. Tom
Goldewey, 'who attended to publi-
city.


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1990


Wedding Plans


Mr. and' Mra. James L. Harper.
of White City, announce the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Sarah, to
Gaylord Severson., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer Severson of Arca-
dia, Wis.
-Miss Hafper is a 1960 graduate
of Port St. Joe High School.


Mr. Severson Is a graduate of
Areadia High School and is now
,serving with the Air Force in
Enyland.
Friends and. relatives of the
'couple are invited to the wedding
While will 'be held in the White
City Baptist Church in Octrbo:.


Smith of 'Port St. Joe announce I Mr. and Mrs. Lucious Rushing of
I he birth of a son, Willis Martin White City announce ithe birth of
on August 31. Iwin daughters, Brenda Joyce and
Linda Jean onm September 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney E. McOul- (All births occurred at the
i lough of 511 9th Street announce Municipal Hospital).
Ith.e birth of a baby ,boy, William I +
David on Sieptemlber 3. | vertigsnao one* r',., -. ,I **vS


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BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Edward' Ramsey
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Mr. and Mrs. William Frankl the Ibirth of a daughter, Teresa
Mr. &and' Mrs. Wiliam Faunklht R M n MSe ilar
Brow.ell of Higiland, View aa L.yn on September 3.
nouInce the birth of a daughter, R1. Mr. and Mrs.& Willardi O'Ferrell


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Historical society Holds Meet to Discuss

Restoring Headstone In Old Cemetery

The regular meeting of -the St. Cities and accomplishments for the
Joweph Historical Society was held year.
in the u.iniclpal Building Saturday j Mra. R. H. Brinson reported that
- t 3:00 "pn. a silvre spoon [belonging to Peter
The first order of business was W. Gautier, Sr., has been loaned
-to :astiit the Secreatary tb send to the local museum. The spoon
to the Florida Hostorical Society was brought from Bristol, England
on .Gneaville, a report of the St. in 1790 Iby Rev. Gautier who was
-Joseil Historieal Society's activi- later Ohaplain of the SA Joseph



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NOW! Save Hundreds on a New Rambler-Now's the time when
shrewd car buyers get the best deals, as Rambler dealers clear out this
year's Ramblers to make room for 1961 models. Come in today and get
the buy of your life on a 1960 Rambler of your choice.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Plas THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1960 30Cidl SOCUrity LOW


REKNOWNED' MASTER PAINTER
S AN D INVENTOR I.EONARDO DA
r VINCI IS 'AED INTHEAN 5 0
OPTHALM-IOLOGY BECAUSE HE '.ST
FALL, COPARED THEACT/C.' OF
THE EVE TO THAT OF THE CA.'.:-.-A.
'-'z..-r ^ABOUr /508 HE RECORDED A
THEORY OF CONTACT LENSES.
/i./P I 9/,5' PCEARrTES EXPER/MEN TEo
WITH f7EM IN /637.

UNTIL SPECTACLES WERE INTRODUCED IN 130,
MILLIONS OF NEARSIGHTED PEOPLE LIVED OUT
THEIR, LIVE UNABLE TO SEE MOUNTAINS,
CLOUDS OR STARS. "IHE INVENTOR OF .
SPECTACLES IS NOT KNOWN. BENJAMIN
FRANKLIN INVENTED i-FOCALS.


SAr THOROUGH EYE W .
EVAM/NAT/ON EVERY TWO
YEARS 16 YOUR BEST BAFE&UARD OR -.
& PROTECT/N &YOUR- PRECIC-'- '-
SEY/ESIGHT YOU CAN, GET A F--;\: .-... ,
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Convention.. entering and departing from Apa-
Mrsm Ned S. Porter ,spoke of the lachicola for :all parts of the world
urgent need' of restoring one of the including Bremen, Southampton,
few remaining head-stones in the Ha-v.rae, New Orleans and, Havana.
old St. Joseph Cemetery. The stone Passage from New Orleans to Bre-
is reported to be in Sfour pieces and -man was quoted' at $150.00 in. gold.
is lying o nthe ground. Jesse Stone Mrs. Porter ,also reported, of con-
was given -the responsibility of see- tac-ting descendentss in, Apalachi-
ing the proper craftsman and ha-- cola of Mrs. Emily Melvina Lomer
jnfg the stone put together and Stewart who was the proprietor of
placed' in an -upright position. Much Mrs. Stewart's School for Young
work has been done to -beautify the Ladies in old St. Joseph. in 1838.
old' Ceinetery through the effort
of city personnel 'and- members of Memibers present at te meeting
,lhe St. Joseph Historical Society. were Mrs. Ned S. Porter, Mrs. Fred
Some planting and 'landscoaiing, has Maddox, Mrs. R. H. Brin-son, Jesse
,been done ;but on, a limited ,basis Stone 'and' CCharles B. Smith.
due to lack of water facilities In- K
the cemetery. House Guest
Mrs. (Porter read an interesting Miss Bootsey Randall of Tusca-
article from The Apalachicola looisa, Ala., was a recent house
Times of january 1876 relating to guest o fMr. and, Mrs. M. K. Hurl-
-schedules of various steamships but and Kenneth Hurlbut.



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of medicine the doctor asks you to take every 24
hours, today's prescription rarely costs you more
than a daily ice cream soda. But it does something
no ice cream soda can do. It cures disease.

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delivered price at factory with / down
Pameo, 36-month contract with norman
carrying charges. Federal taaes paid.
Optional equipmentt, ranprtati,
insurance, state and local taxes iany, extra.


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Corner of Second St. and Monument Ave.


A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and th.
Florida Medical Association.
WHAT IS EARLY
AMBULATION?
Getting patients on their feet
early after surgical operation,
practically unheard of a few
years ago, is now an accepted
procedure. A hospital survey
shows that thete is no longer
any doubt that patients after, op-
eration should not be confined
to bed for prolonged periods.
The opinion of surgeons who
use parly ambulation (walking)
after operation, is practically
unanimous that it hastens recov-
ery and helps prevent after-op-
eration pneumonia and forma-
tion of clots in the blood vessels.
The term early ambulation
varies in meaning with surgeons
and whereas many get their pa-
tients out of bed immediately on
recovery from anesthesia or at
some time during the day of-op-
eration, others.:waita day or two
or longer, depending on the pa-
tient's condition. Immediate am-
bulation on recovery from anes-
thesia was reported by four per
cent of the surgeons questioned
in the survey, and ten per cent
stated their patients were on
their feet on the day of opera-
tion.
Forty-four per cent of sur-
geons said they managed suc-
cessfully to get their patients to
be ambulatory on the first day
after operation; 17 per cent on
the second day after operation;
and eight per cent on the third
day. There is no longer any
question that patients should be
encouraged to walk early after
operation, instead of being con-
fined to bed for 10 to 14 days as
has been the traditional practice.
According .to those surgeons
who strongly advocate early am-
bulati.on, walking tends to in-
crease ventilation of the lungs.
and the general circulation Ear-
ly ambulation is credited in
many ni-t iic( i.'i V being a
life savin-. i- it not p, iitui'I there might
lhae be[ e cll uliatory stagna-
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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

LEGAL ADVERTISING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTt
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancoery.
ROBERT ALLEN BECHTEL
Plaintiff,
Vs.
EDNA CAROLINE BECHTEL
Defendant
DIVORCE
NOTICE TO: EdR A Caroline
Aechtel, whose place of residence
is 3218 McMichael Street, Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvenla.
On or before ,the 3rni day of Oc-
tober, A.D., 1960, the defendant,
Edmna Caroltne Bechtel, da req afcd
to serve upon Cecil G. Costin, Jr.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Bwhose addrem
Is 221 Reld Avenue, Port St. Joe.
Florida, a copy of and tile with the
Clerk of said Couit, the original of
ar answer to the Bill of Complailat
filed against her hereinL
WITNESS my hand and- official
seal of Oaidl Court at Wewabrtchka,
Gulf County, Florida, Oti 29th day
of August, A.D., 1960.
GEORGE Y. CORE
RC rk Crcuit Court -1
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) 41--1


The Tattler


Changes Soon Available
Informational materials on Oay
changes .in the Social Security law
will be available shortly atfer the
action taken :by the Congress la
signed, by *the President, John V.
Carey, district manager of the (Pan-
ama Ofty social security office, said
t' his week. Until the Law is signed
.by -the President, none of the ac-
tion taken .by the Congress can be
put into effect.
Social security district offices
will attempt to make direo toontact
'with uome of the people involved
if there are changes, Oarey added,
r All individuals under age 50 who
S have established a period' of dis-
Sability wil- ibe contacted within 30
days of enactment of the IAaw. Such
individuals.s should, not contact their
local office until at least 30 days
have gone by.
The action taken, by the Congress
involves a number of changes and
as soon as the President signs the
Bill, we will- frnish information on
these changes to all informational
media. You, should, watch your lo-
cal paper for this information, Car-
ley con-cludled. The office for this
area is located at 1135 Harrison
Avenue, Panama City. Tlhe tele-
phone number Is POplar 3-5331.
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"Dedicated to Be
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R. GLENN BOYLE
> Associate Editors


better Selling mixed with a
little fun"
ES Editor
YOU-ALL


ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
EARLINE SNELL __.. Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
GUY N. MIDDLETON .-...-------..... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes


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Continued through this week by Popular Demand .

BOYLES EXTRA DOLLAR DAYS
Hundreds of Sensational Values Still Available


BUY TWO and SAVE
Smartest, newest Fall styles
DRESSES
for Girls, Tots to Teens (1 to 14)
$2.95 Values
2 for $5.00
$3.95 Values
2 for $7.00
$4.95 Values
2 for $9.00
Choice fashions by Prim 'N Pretty
and. Kate Greenaway
LADIES, SAVE UP TO $1.00
on each purchase Entire stock
of new
FALL DRESSES
3 days only priced at even money.
$8.00, $10.00, $12.00,
$14.00, $16.00
The most outstanding styles i-s h-
loned by Doris Dodson, Peg Pal-
mer, Henry Rosenfeld,, Mynette,
Youth Fair and Pat Perkins. Sizes
for Juniors and' Women.


SENSATIONAL CLOSE-OUTS
'StmI. available in
YARD GOODS
Fine quality, pin-wale washable
CORDUROY

3 yards $2.00
Why pay up to $1.19 yd'. elsewhere?
Solid colors in black, white, blue,
red and tan
(less 'than 69c 'yd.)
Surprise values .in many other
items


VISIT OU RENLARGED SHOE
DEPARTMENT
Save on our
FAMILY SHOE SALE
3 day only Buy 1 pair at regular
price .. extra pairs -
10% OFF
Moms and pops can fit the children
up for winter and save on their
-shoes too. New Fall stocks are
here.
MEN, 35 PAIRS
TROPICAL PANTS
Still' to be sold- alt
$4.00 pair
Values up to $7.95
7 TROPICAL SUITS
$20.00
Values to $39.95


MEN, BUY YOUR NEXT YEAR'S
HAT NOW
and save several dollars
ALL STRAW HATS
$1.00 and $2.00
Values up to $6.95
300 BOYS NEW FALL

SPORT SHIRTS
2 for $3.00
Fine wash and wear prints and
flannels. Sizes 6 to 18. Supply win.
ter needs 'now Save about
one third!


Eager, Enthusiastic Shoppers Acdaim

Boyles Dollar Days A Remarkable event!
Continued By Popular Demand Through This Week!
Come In Today and See for Yourself .

Dear Friends: Shoes. Fall,-stock just recently ar-
'rived and notice she has already
We are most grateful for your re-ordered twice. Narrow, medium
splendid, response to this G eeat and wide widths are available .
Sale at Boyles. Hundreds of Ex, They fit like a glove They'll
tra Values are still available fo" make your walking a new and plea-
thrifty shoppers who failed to make sant experience. Take a look in
it iast week. Believe it or not we our new and enlarged shoe depart-
had excited customers from (Pan- ment today! You'll profit In more
amua City and Tallahassee. Mr. and ways than one!
M's. Milford Ctoud, 223 E. Ave., The Shoe dealer was hiring a
Panama City were kind .enough to salesman. "Suppose", he said, "a
pay us a special visit. We made lady customer was to remark while
Mr. Cloud- happy with ,a pair of our you were trying to fit her, "Don't
finest Star Brand work shoes, a you think one of my feet is bigger
favorite with him.. Mrs. M. F. than the other?" What would you
YAtes, Tallahassee, said' she liked say? "I would say, 'On the contrary
to come to Boyles for the reason madam, one is smaller than the
she could make a one -stop shop- other'." He got the job.
ping tour. Thank you, Mrs. Yates Friends, be sure to check the
for this ine compliment. We know' items at top of this column .
you'll be happy with your pur- Just a few examples of extra 'val-
chases. We wish to also thank ues to be thad at Boyles this week
every pleasant customer who par- end. Remember, you are the best
ticipated- in this happy event last people in the world! .. with this
week end. Oh! Almot failed' to in mind we strive to give you our
mention a time customer from Mi- best in Style, Quality, -Service.
asi steered our way by our good. S'long. RGB.
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Parrish. She P. S. Mrs. B., Barbara and the
was delighted, with her laDay writer plan to head' for the moufn-
purchases, Itains on the llth for about 10 day&.
Mrs. Boyles has Nautral Bridge- We are looking for a guest writer
litis caused by extra excitenaenit for this column next week .
selling famous Natural Bridge who'll1 volunteer?


Williams Clan

Reunion Is Set

GRACEVILLE-The 57th annual
reunion of Florida's most publiciz-
ed- family-the Williamses-will
tbe held on October 6 under the
oaks of historic Galilee Church
near here.


til the family is believed to be the
largest in the state and ,perhaps n
the South.
Officers of 'the 57th reunion, are:
Frank C. Williams of Graceville,
Chairman; Robert Williams of
Graceville, vice-chairman; M r a.
Nellie W. O'Riord-an of Fort Pierce,
ecretary-treasujer eamid J. Al*tn
Williams of Trussville, Ala., his-
torian.


It will be a lovely autumn day. The renewal of the tradition es-
That weather prophecy goes almost tablished in 1903 will ,bring mem-
bers of the Williams family to the
without saying, -for it never has Galilee churchyard to reminisce,
rained on the assembled Williams ,exchange greetings, listen to spee-
clne since the first Thursday itoches that are-by family definition
October was selected as the day of I-,,fowery Godfearing and Wil-
the family gathering. 'lamsy," -and to join in the eating
About 3,000 members of the fam- of "dinner on the ground,."
ily, plus its invited- guests, will join Following the noon meal, the
in remembrance of the founding ,throng will join in a ceremony to
father, Andrew Elton Williams, acknowledge the living, remember
and, to -renew the ties of kinship. the 'dead, and welcome new mern-
Andrew Eitom Willia.ms settled -bers. There will be a songfeat of
near here in 1822, and' reared 23 the old hymns.
children. From this beginning, the --- ----_
Florida Willioases have grown un- I) CHURCH SUNDA'Y


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,222 REID AVE. PORT BT. JOE, FLA.
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THE 1ffkR, Port St. Joi PiF. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,-1960
Senate President Declares Primary
Road System 'In A Big Mess,'
OQDAR KEY-Florlda's !4imary tee on oads .headed, by Senator
road sytem, in (the opinion of the Soott Kelly of Lakeland and said,
next President of the State Senate, "I tear tha time is going to ran
"is in' a, mess." cut before the coanmitttee can ex-
pW.Tore the field, enough to make any
Senator W. Randolh Hodges. t complrehensivie recommeaidaft n."
Oedar Key, President-Designaite of He said he had not herd directly
tae 1961 upper house, specifically rom senator Kelly on his group's
taiunmped or, more olw-4aniing of innings.
'U. S. 19, U. s. 41, U..s. s0oand
U. S. 27,- in a ceil- article he Sneator Hodges endorsed the
wroie tor the current -issue of Flor- AAA .leglislatirre program to expand
idwa E.xforer, monthly publication driver, educational which woulld bh
of the Peninsula Motor Olub. financed fhy an. additional 25 cents
* W, expressed confidence dhat on drivers licenses; trial of juiwe-
the Democratic iom ine eflor Gover- i; Ie traffic ottfenders in traffic
nor, Farris Biryant, "is going to ap- courts instead of Juvenile courts;.
point a' Road Board that wifl' go and, speedy trials or traffic viola-1
forward with a good', sound road tors in county'counts.
onsteletipon program."
Senator Hodges wrote that "it
I amy Welief that with wise spend- Florida Forest Service
bi-,fthe m.oneywe hawe available Starts Cone Collection
tor road, 'jandi with additional in--
coon edue to' population am djtravel ,September 5 is the beginning of
increase thatt iwe can take care of slash pine cone collection, and :he
our road building 'by doing the Florida Forest Siervie wil- pay
tate's part and iby ta ting advan- $1.00 per bushel for these colesE
tage of whatever Federal funds The season tor collecting cones
aee vailalyble." only lasts ior about two weeks, so
STh eSenator 'sMggested, that per- it is. important to make prepavra-
(hps.a theState can .do more in, the tons, and be readygpn the first day
way of.'fvinancig 'the obtaining of Slash pine cones average abcatr
ragit-of-wa3y tor roads, but pointt- three Inches o length, glossy brown'
ed out that it still, renams the and with prickly scales .
duty of the. countiess and, Cities to Am. excellent place 'o colle3t
secure hese. iTlafsh pin econes i2 toliow n' a
Tie Levy County lawmaker said logging operation as tle trees are
"I'm ,not much in favor of local' elled you pick the cones.
gasoline taxe" and, indicated he Cones that have fallen to the
would shuttle any lomal bills of this ground' or the ones that have op-
nature to the 'F.iaance and Taxa- endedd uip should not be collected..
ob Ooaml4ttea~'Ito be treated as This type one has already Tost
general bl.bllis.H olsboough County its .seed.
leg rilaktos, ,for one, are giving For additional information on
thought ito ilm[:iting, such a mea- cone collection, contact your local
mare. county Ranger or telephone your
'lhe President-Designate referred' county Florida Forest Service
to thework of the interim commnnit- headquarters.


THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
-- WELCOMES YOU --
' UNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:40 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:80 P.M.
lViANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday).
Rev. B. W.. SUGGS, Pastor


PENTEOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
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.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls harbor in the Port Area"

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODJiM, 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


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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M.
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TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
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LEGAL ADVRTI NG Slder be Constitution of 1888 of the State of their reseetive Journals, with the eas and A JONT RESOL OTION proposing an agreed to awnd shall be submitted to the VMIE STAR, oPert St, Jooe, PFlorida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1960
E AL Alorida did pass Joint ResolutionsPropos nays thereon, and they did determine and amendment to the Constitution of Florida e actors of the State of Florida for approval
log amendments to the Constitution of the direct that the said Joint Resolutions be sub- by amending Section 30, Subsections (1), or rejection at the general election to be
pos o SState of Florida an d the same were tagresd-,-itl d- trhe lotn-s of the -State at the (2), (3), 5) and 6) o0 Article IV re- held in November, 1V0, or at 'any special
VrotosedCons Novalebe8,196 oe io by a vote of three-fifths of all the mem- General Election on November 8, 1960. lating to the Game and Fresh Water Fish gcnreal election held prior to that date: court houses in Brevard county.-Civil IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
Vroposed OnNou meS.T he .0 ...W,THEREFORE, I, R. A. GRAY, Cominission; powers and duties, etc. SECTION 15. Allocation of excise taxes. trials by jury may be held as provided by hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great
Votd O N960 "elected to each house; that the votes)l nan, cu hBaot S ate ofF or iRT a, e Resoled y tuhofllahasee,
N( lICE OF ELCTION ers elected to each house; that the vot Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the -Not less than forty-five per cenot (45 in Brevard ounty.All record uses civil the Captal, this 15th day o f August, A. D.,
WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1959, an-. 'of said Joint Resolutions were entered upon hereby give notice that a State of Florid amendment to Artil ll excise aun evied and colle cited by regard County. All records of branch th e Capital, ths 15th day of A ugust, A. D,
GENERAL ELECTION That the following amendment to Article the State, or under its authority, from the trial conducted in any such branch court1960
will be held in each county in Florid on IV, of the Constitution of Florida amending operation o pari-mutuel pools shall be al- houses shall be filed in the main court house. A. GRAY,
subsections 1, 2, 3, 5 and a of Section located and distributed in equal parts to at'the county seat. Secretary of State. 2t-9-8
Tuesday next succeeding- the first Monda.y 30, is hereby agreed to and shall be the several counties of the State. I
in Novmeber, A. D., 1960, the said Tuesd..y submitted to the electors of Florida for rati- ----
being the EIGHTH DAY OF NO /EMBER fiction or rejection at the general election NO. 6 & T
for the ratification or rejection of the smid to be held in November, 1Y60 or at any A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an I L C
Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments Lo special general election held prior to that amendment to Article XVI of the State C N R C I nR
the Constitution of the State of Florida, viz: date: Constitution, relating to location of coun-
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1601 A SECTION 30. Game and fresh water fish ty officers, by adding two new sections,
IHOUSE JOITT RESOLUTION NO. 1601 A numbered 4B and 40, providing for jury
l ll JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amend- commission; powers and duties, etc.- trials of civil suits in certain municipal-
ment of Subsections (1) and (2) of (1) From and after January 1, 1961, ties within Volusia and Highlands
Section 5 of Article V of the Constitu- the management, restoration, conservation counties. I
tion of the State of Florida relative to the and regulation of the birds, game, fur-bear- Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
number and organization of the district ing animals and fresh-water fish of the State State of Florida:
courts of appeal and the number of judges of Florida, and the acquisition, establish- That Article XVI of the state constitution
for each district court of appeal and the ment, control and management, of hatch- be amended as follows, is hereby agreed to n
composition of the district courts of ap- series, sanctuaries, refuges, reservations, and and shall be submitted to the electors of the
peal for the consideration of cases. all other property now or hereafter owned state for ratification or rejection at the gen-
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the or used for such purposes by the State of eral election of 1960, by addition of a new '-A
State of Florida: Florida, shall be vested in a commission to section to be numbered 4B to Article XVI
That the following amendment of subsec- be known as the Game and Fresh Water of the constitution of the state of Florida,
tions (1) and (2) of Section 5 of Article VY ish Commission. Such commission shall as follows:
of the Constitution of -the State of Florida consist of five (5) members, one from eaa SECTION 4B. Civil jury trials in Volusia
relating to the number and organization of Congressional district, as existing on January county; location in certain munloipalites
the district courts of appeal and the number 1, 1941, who shall be appointed by the within said County.-The legislature may,
sof judges for each district court of appeal cabinet. The members so appointed shall from time to time and as the business of
S. "." and the composition of the district courts of annually select one of their members as Volusia county may require, provide that 0
appeal for the consideration of cases is here- chairman of the commission. trial by jury of all civil suits, properly tri- 0
by agreed to and shall be submitted to the (2) The first members of the commis- able by jury according to law, may be had
electors of the State of Florida for ratifica- sion shall .be appointed on January 1, 1961, and held in addition to the county seat in
tiof or rejection at the general election to and shall serve respectively for one (1), any municipality, within said county, de- Weekly Route in Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
be held on the first Tuesday after the first two (2), three (8), four 4) and five (5) signated by any circuit judge of the 7th Weekly Route in Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka
Monday in November, A. D. 1960, that is years. At the expiration of each of such judicial circuit. The legislature may pro-
to say: Said subsections shall be amended terms, a successor shall be appointed to vide also that the clerk of any court or PHONE SUnset 5-8733
and as amended shall read as follows: serve for a term of five (6) years. any other court officer, within said county, 30 es
Section 5. District Courts of Appeal- (3) The members of the Commission shall maintain such offices within such muni- 3707 West 17th St. St. Andrew, FIa.
(1) APPELLATE DISTRICTS. The state snall receive no compensation for their serv- cipality, and ,have available such official
shall be divided into three appellate dis- ices, but each Commissioner shall receive books and records therein, as may be nee-
tricts of contiguous counties as the Legis- per diem as provided by law while attend- essary to accomplish the purposes of thi .
lature may prescribe, and there shall be mg meetings or business in connection with amendment; provided, however, that the .., `77 = ... -;' --. -,.-
organized a district court of appeal in each the discharge of his official duties, and mile- principal offices of such clerks or other .-- -..- As. .' .. a' -i
District. age as provided by law. officers shall not be removed from the
(2) ORGANIZATION; NUMBER AND (5) The Commission shall appoint, and county meat.
SELECTION OF JUDGES. There shall at pleasure remove, a suitable person, as Di- Be It Further Resolved by the Legislature of "AS A BREADWINNER I know milk helps
initially be three judges of each district rector, and such Director shall have such the State of Florida: AS A BREADWINNER ... I know milk helps
court of appeal. The Legislature may pro- power and duties as may be prescribed by That Article XVI of 'the state constitution o
vidc not more than two additional judges the Commission in pursuance of its duties be amended as follows, is hereby agreed to keep me at my peak of energy. I drink
for any district court of appeal and may re- under this section. Such Director shall, and shall be submitted to the electors of the I f l '
duce the number for any district to not less subject to the approval of the Commission, state for ratification or rejection at the gen- plenty, because I can't afford 'let-downs"
than three. Three judges shall constitute a appoint and at pleasure remove assistants, eral election of 1960,7by addition of a new
panel for and shall consider each case, and and other employees who shall have such section to be numbered 40 to Article XVI
the concurrence of a majority of the panel powers and duties as may be assigned to of the constitution of the state of Florida, as
shall be necessary to a decision. The court them by the Commission or the Director. follows:
shall hold at least one session every year in No Commissioner shall be eligible for any SECTION 40. Civil jury trials in High-
i r each judicial circuit within the district such appointment or employment, lands county; location In certain municl-
wherein there is ready business to transact. (6) The funds resulting from the opera- palities within said county.-The legislature .
t n of the Commission and from the ad- nay from time to time and as the business i
NO. 2 ministration of the laws and regulations per- of Highlands county may require, provide
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 818 training to birds, game, fur-bearing animals, that trial by jury of all civil suits, properly
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an fresh-water fish, reptiles, and amphibians, triable by jury according to law, may be had
amendment to Article VI, Section 2 of together with any other funds specifically and held in addition to the county seat in
the State Constitution, to provide for provided for such purpose shall be deposited any municipality within said county, desig- I ,.
original absentee registration of electors with the state treasurer to a fund designated nated by any circuit judge of the 10th judi- -
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the the State Game Fund, and shall be used by cial circuit. The legislature may provide also
State of Florida; the Commission in carrying out the provi- that the clerk of any court or any other
That article VI, section 2 of the state sions hereof and for no other purposes. The court officer, within said county, shall
constitution be amended as follows, is here- Commission shall not obligate itself beyond maintain such offices within such munici-
by agreed to and shall be submitted to the the current resources of the State Game pality and have available such official books
electors of the state for ratification or rejec- Fund unless specifically authorized by the and records therein, as may be necessary t
tion at the general election of November legislature. The Commission, as a state accomplish the purposes of this amendme.-t;
1960: agency, shall submit a budget estimate of provided, however, that the principal offices
SECTION 2. Registration of electors.- the amounts needed in the operation of the of such clerks or other officers shall not be
The legislature, at its first session after the Commission for approval by the legislature removed from the county seat.
ratification of this constitution, shall provide through the Budget Commission as provided
by law for the registration of all the legally by general law. NO. 6 /
qualified voters in each county. and for the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1073
returns of elections; and shall also provide NO. 4 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an
that after the completion, from time to time, SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 734 amendment to Article XVI of the Consit-
of such registration, no person not duly reg- A JOINT RESOLUTION amending Section tution of Florida by adding thereto an .... ,
istered according to law shall be allowed to 15. of Article IX of the Constitution of additional section to be numbered by the '
vote. B the State of Florida, providing for the Secretary of State authorizing the Coun-
The -legislature may provide for the regis- allocation of excise taxes collected by the ty of Brevard to hold civil jury trials in *: ** '
tration of electors who are members of the state or under its authority from the op- any branch court house within the county.
armed forces, and their spouses, living out- eration of pari-mutuel poolL. Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
sidr the territorial limits of the state. Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
State of Florida: That the following amendment to Article
NO. 8 That the following amendment of Section XVI of the Constitution of Florida be added
COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR 15 of Article IX of the Constitution of the ard numbered by the secretary of state and H A R D E N S D A IR Y
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 835 State of Florida be and the same is hereby be submitted to the electors of the State of DISTRIBUTOR for BORDN 'S DAIRY PRODUCTS
Sa F.orida for ratification or rejection at the DISTRIBUTOR for BORDEN'S DAIRY PRODUCTS
the suit that's quality from general election of November, 1960:Phone NEwton 9-4383, Collect Wewaitchka, Fla.
Section. Civil iury trials in branch Phone NEwton Collect Wewabitehka, Fl.
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'and family spent the week en
with the Buck Brownell family an'
'to get acquainted' with their nev
teice, the: new daughter of Mr. an,
TMrs. Buck Brownell.
I Mrs. Map, Creamer and daughte
'visited their father, A. J. 'Payn
Monday near Wewabitchka.
SMr. 'and' Mrs. Either Holmes and
family of Westrvile spent (the wee]
.end' with 'the Dwight Minger an
Buck Brownell families.
SFriends of Mrs. Pete Stnalng
will regret to 'earn, she is a patient
in 'the. Th'omasville, Ga., hospital
We wish. her a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Allen visited
'in Brundidge, Ala., Monday 'with
Mrs. Allen',s mother and other rel.
alive ..
*Mr. and' Mrs. W. H. Weeks left
Tuesday fior Kenuteky on a v'aca
tion. Mrs. Weeks has been post.
manaster for the Highlead View post
office for several years. We wel-
'come Mrs. A. B. Pratt who [has ac-
icepted lthe position andi duties ,at
!,the Highland View postoftice.
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d Has Meeting

d Tfhe regular monthly meeting o
the Highland View Methodst
r Church WS'CS was h ejld', Tirlda
e evening, September 1 at dihe" oim
of Mrs. Frances Sbores. After a
id inspiring program, tfheaieghlight
k the evening was the presentation
d of a pin 'a'nd 'life membership in
the Methodist Woman',s Society, o
e Christian Service to' Mrs.' Mary
t Forehand'. Mrs. Forehan hag"jIoni
L been a 'member and faithfult woker
in the Highland' View Methodist
I Church. "'b.il
After the preseation- to" Mi.
- Forehand, refreshments were ser-
'ved to the 13 members and-drguests
t* y the hostess.

t d Guests of Smiths
- Guests of' Mr. and' Mrs W. L,
* Smith, Sr., over tie week "ad.
t were 'their daughter and' son-in4law
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. dEUrly sad.
.family of Moss (Point, Msa.


What You Should Know About Hay Fever
Chances are one in 20 that you are a victim of what is popularly
known as "'hay fever." The Allergy Fouilation of America estimates
hay fever sufferers at about eight million, and it may well be that
many thousands more suffer from this allergy without knowing it.
As most people know, hay does not cause fever. It is usually caused
by the pollen of weeds (the *
greatest offender), grasses, and
trees. The highest incidence is
recorded -during the late summer
and early fall, because of rag-
weed. But actually this distress- "
ing allergy may occur at any
time of the year.
In the North Central and East-
ern States the spring hay fever
season is', caused by pollen from
trees, particularly elm; maple,
poplar, ash and oak; in the sum-
mer by pollen from grasses and )
weeds; and in the fall by rag- I
weed. In the Western states the /
principal villains are tumble- A
weed, sagebrush, Mexican fire-
brush, grasses, cottonweed and
Chinese elm trees. In the South,
in addition to ragweed and trees, the earlier the better.
there are Johnson grass, St. Asthma is one of the most seri-
Augusti'ne grass and English ous of the allergies, and often
plantain. This is only a brief list- results in serious debilitation and
ing of nature's plants that add to sometimes death.
the allergy problems of man. Can an allergy be cured? In a'
What is an allergy? It is a con- sense, yes. Removal of the cause
edition of unusual sensitivity, in the allergen -'may bring per-
certain individuals, to sub- manent relief. Desensitization
stances which are ordinarily shots are often effective. In case
harmless. These substances may of severe' hay fever or asthma
be inhaled, swallowed, touched or your physician might recommend
injected. Poison ivy is a contact moving to the comparatively
allergy; many people are allergic pollen-free Southwest. While
to certain foods, such as eggs, medical science has not yet found
milk, nuts, fish or chocolate; :all the answers to allergies, much
others are allergic to certain progress has been made, espe-
drugs. cially in medicines. One effective
Another word to be defined is and safe relief for hay fever is
"allergen." This is the substance Coricidin D, a special antihista-
which sensitizes you. Pollens mine preparation which comes in
from plants are not the only tablet and nasal spray forms,
allergens. Others are feathers, and can be obtained from.your
cat and dog hair, wool, dyes, local druggist.
chemicals, cornstarch, and many Today, thanks to continuing
more. research, the majority of allergy
Allergy knows no age barrier, victims can live comfortably and
In fact, children are often the carry on their normal activities.
most severely hit. A survey Quick action in obtaining corn-
showed that one in five suffer a petent medical attention at the
major allergy under 15 years of first indication of an allergic con- ;
age. An allergy can't be "out- edition is the key to combating
grown"; it must be treated, and these diseases..


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Anyone can play. The game requires only a copy of the
Reader's Digest and an urge to tie up loose ends even if there
A aren't any. All you do is supply fictional denouements to follow
t the anecdotes as published.
A housewife recounts in the magazine, for example, how
an electric company service eman.cut off the power to attract her
, attention when she was unable to hear her doorbell because of
n the vacuum cleaner she was using. McDowell offers this sequel:

m "The housewif,e who had a cake in the oven and clothes
y in the dryer, and who was having a trying day all round, prompt-
, ly hit the meter reader over the head with her vacuum-cleaner
r nozzle. He charged her with assault and battery, but a jury ac-
quitted her in five minutes."
A Digest line said a soon-to-be-married stenographer an-
" nounced she had decided to call the home she planned to build,
Last Lap. "Her intended groom asked why?" suggests McDow-
ell. "She said it was a sort of joke, a pun. He said it didn't
strike him very funny. She said he didn't have anysense of hu-
mor and her life before she met him was her own business. It
developed into a terrible argument and they were never married
at all."

Perhaps, she married the ingenious but battered meter
reader. This may be the start of a new parlor game. There are
lots of fillers and plenty of possibilities for each. If you find
something worth spinning into full length fiction, remember pub-
fihshers are always eager to embrace new novelists with best-
sellers.



Latin America: Third Step

History abounds with instances in which stable world pow-
ers 'have 'had to deal with revolutionary contagion around them.
Often the basic cause of unrest is genuine, but the men
in its saddle become more and more reckless in the use of their
spurs. Opportunism. like power, corrupts.
This is what the United States faces in the case of contag-
ious "Castroism" to the south. For a year Washington has been
confronted with the choice of trying to stamp out either the
revolution or its causes. Fortunately the United States is not
trying merely to suppress change. But we have yet to see how
wholeheartedly and wisely the State Department is turning to the
more difficult but more permanent remedy -- eliminating the
causes of unrest.
At the Organization of American States foreign ministers
meeting in Costa Rica recently the United States has done its
negative duties well. It has finally an firmly disassociated it-
self from the stigma of tolerating dictators. And it has clearly
warned its neighbors of the danger to their sovereignty from
Cuba's export of revolutionary agitation.
Thanks to the 'Castro regime's growing extremism and
these two moves, the hemisphere is gradually becoming alerted
to the fact that impatient revolutionaries may jeopardize the
gains made under patient reformers.
But warnings do not help stamp out the causes of revolu-
tion. Well-thought-out land reform, housing, mass marketing,
resource development, transportation, and education programs do.
And that is where the third phase of United States action through
the OAS should come in. Having disassociated itself from Gen-
eralissimo Trujillo and warned of the spread of Moscow-through-
Havana subversion, Washington must get on with its promised
program of aiding cooperative social and economic betterment
plans.
Since President Eisenhower's good-will trip to South
America last February, the State Department has been working
on this positive program. It was sketchily announced from the
summer White House in Newport last month. And now Congress
has been asked for initial funds to get it under way.'
Some legislators have stated general support but urged
postponement of action until next year. This would make sense
if there were evidence that haste was making waste.
But on the receiving end th eLatin nations have drawn un
a sensible co-ordination and priority-assigning system called Op-
eration Pan America. And on the lending end, the administra-
tion has been working for many months to make sure the effort
will be of permanent benefit to neighboring peoples. Congress
should not delay this third, and most important. response to Latin-
American aspirations for a better life.
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NEWS FROM THn MNTAR, Port St. Joe, PFla. THURSDAY, PTEMBE# 6, 110

Highland View Ann Miller In N.
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Phone 74976_ HE STAR
-- COLUMBIA, MO.-M las s 1l-
Mr. and Mrs. JE. .Patterson dreth Anun Miller of Pont St Joe
and daughter Patsy accompanied is one of the 100 students chosen Published Every Thursday At -06 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
by Mrs. John W. Wooten visited to partiolpate in a new program By The Star Pub4lihlng Company
n Holmes 'and Walton Oountmea of education this fall at 'Stephens Wz RASY Editor and Publieher
during thie week end. Mrs. Patter-. College, Columbia, Mo. WESLEY R. BAAMSEY Editor and Publishe"
ons mother, Ms. Henderso re- The program, wrded a three. Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, dPhotographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
turned with them for a visit with year grant of $160,300 by the Ford ONE YEAR, 3.00 SiX MONTHS 1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.5p
her daughter and' family. Foundation's Fund for te Advanace- SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Whitaker and1 meant of Education, wil be started' Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
on Kenneth of Bonifay- visited is Septem.ber in a new dormitory Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
'aturd'a with their sister and being completed, at e rthe ntiaI DIAL BALL 7-3161
aunt, Mrs. Mae Creamer and fam- college for WomeaL TO 'ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
ly. A.1I 100 students in the program, do not ol themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas New- to ibe called, the St 1xhens 'O Colleesf
S-Sgt. oand Mrs. Tol ,s New- to be e aled die telphens 'Colege The. spoken word is given soant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
ome of Myrtle B'each, .S. C., were House Plan, ill'. tlake-' lith ae I weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
visiting frens ihere iSaturday. group of. tive coursse under' Ie The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.
Mr. aid' Mrs. OCurtis Watson and w faculty members. -hr- sii*4Bcite.
mnily of Sebring are 'visiting with will be General 'Ha cities, Be.
relatives this week. ginning P ology, Contem*porary
Arthur Scott 'and Steve Jones Social Issaues, Communiniation and- NW Filish the Story
visited the 0. C. Peterson family Ideas and' Living Today.' iah 'of
a Monday. !the 100 students also may' eect In the interest of brightening the day and the hope of un-
Mr. 'and Mrs. A. T. O'Bulck and two other courses, ps one t phy- covering unsuspected creative tlent, we pass along some words
hiildren Mike, Judy and Jerry of sical education. covering unsuspected creative talent we pass along some words
'allatehasee spent the week end' 1Miss Miers to 'the daughter .o from the column of Charles McDowell., in the Times-Dispatch of
faith the W. C. Miles family. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mialer, port Richmond, Va. His favorite things in the Reader's Digest are
Mr. lanmd Mrs. Earl Peak and fam- St. Joe. the little bottom-of-the-page fillers -- the items that compress
y visited, his sister, Mrs. Ray ---- into a few lines an anecdote illustrating American ingenuity and
ownell in nWesitville over the
v eek end. in* Je -l or: W S American humor. He plays a game with them called, "Now
M.r. and, Mrs. James ,M. Benton Hilan View WSCS Finish the Story.
















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LEISURE FOR
LONGER
LIVING
After suffering a heart attack,
eliminate the "RUSH" in your
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great for. another heart attack
within the first year than ;In
years thereafter. Oddsfor
escaping a second.heart atfaeck
improve as the years go0 on
...as you learn to live with

The preservation of health is
your duty...and our business.


Free Parking
Drive-In Window Service
Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida


CUASSIIED ADS'
FOR RENT" Gulf Service Statiou.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a rt -
ments. Cool In summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
zgace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
nico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll
7-2565. tfc-J-7
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment, upstailr. Water
furnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642,
inquire at 1904 Garrison Ave. ttfc
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap-
artment. Dining4bedroom, kitchen
and bath. Phone 9-1301. t p
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses
at St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12
FOR RENT: Furnished' and unfur-
nished houses. $35.00 per mo. a nd
up. Beach -lots for sale, $9.98 down,
balance easy. all 648-4352 or BAll
7-7171. tfc-9-I
FOR RENT: New 3-bderoom -ur-
nisOhed house at St. Joe Beach.
$75.00 .mo. See Bill Oarr or call
7-8111. :; itfc-9-1
FOR RENT: Furnished' 'apartment.
$10: 00 per week. 228 8th St. ltp
FOR SALE: $130 rotating TV an-
,tenna. Only $60. Phone Hampton
at 7-2081. 2tc-9-8


FOR RENTI U AMOd bZed'
room houe. 609 Mth St. Call Mrs.
Beaman.a Phone'172541 .. ttc4-8
FOR RENT: Fuinished 2 Ieb-room
upstairs apartment. On 6th' St.
Call 7-5756.
FOR RENT:, Nice furnished ,pa~t-
I ment. For couple only. 1621, Mon-
ument. Phone 7-7641.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom tfurniahed
(house at St. Joe Beach. $60.00
mo. Call 7-7521. 2tp
FOR RENT: Unfuruished .Lnice
aemal 2 bedroom house. Conven-
ient to town and school. Phone
9-1681. PhFiHip Lewis. te "
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old.
Living room drapes, garbage dis-
posal Included. Oall BAll11 7-2311.
FOR SALE: Good used refrigera-
tors and stoves. All priced to sell.
An assortment of ibooke, 25c each
.or five for $1.00. SURPLUS. SALES
of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Ave.
Phone 7-4051.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom concrete
block 'hIuse. Large Florida room.
Call Bruce Dwgins, BAIL 7-2296.
615 Meavin Ave.


FOR. SALE: At Mexico Beach, 2
bedroom house. Nice work shop,
large carport. Ceramic top double
sink, plenty of cupboards. Phone
648-4122, Mrs. Buckloh. tfc-8-12
CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free
estimate call C. W. Long. BAll
7-3974. tfc-7-28


FOR SALK
O 4ces of woodland. A miles
South of .WeWihitchka.. Planted
'with pihee, 3 years old. Priced for
good investment.
-3 acres of waterfront property
located on Creek that flows into
Ideal for fish camp or retirement
home.
-10 lots at St. JoeraBeach in one
block. Priced for good investment.
-Nice home located on Hunter
Circle. 3 bedroom, 'l1 bath, deep
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6%
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00
per month.
3 bedroom house at Wrnd Ridge.
Naerly new, priced to selL
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
3C1 Wllams Ave. Port St. Joe
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Over 350
Same imprinted cards, business
and personal, to choose from at a
10% discount if selected before
October 1. Come, by or call Mrs.
Jacquelyn K. Quarles, .209 Ninth
SL., Poh e 9-1691. 5tc-9-1
WANTED: Young single man for
stock work who is interested in
learning 'the shoe business. Write
box 279, City.
ATTENTION MAN OR WOMAN:
Serve consumers with lRawleigh
Products in Gulf County. Must have
desire to earn .$100 per week and
ciip. See H. H. Benson, Compass
Lake or write Rawlledgh's Dept.
FAI-100-27, Memphis, Tenn. 3t-9 1
YOUR CHOICE of nicernadios from
$8.95 up. Good used gas hot wa-
ter heaters, $24.95 to $39.50. Frigi-


dailre automatic washer in ,good
FOR SALE condition, $59.50. SURPLUS SALES
Three bedroom house with Flor- of ST. JOE, 112 Monument Ave.,
ida room on Marvin Avenue. Pur- ,phone 7-4051.
chase owner's equity and assume
existing mortgage'on. balance. MOVING AND STORAGE across
A large wto bedroom' house on town or across the nation. Ag-1
Garrison with large carport and ents for Mayflower. Call us or see
utility room. Oak floors. us for free estimates. SURPLUS
- New concrete block -three bed- SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Mon-
room house -at St. Joe Beach. Has ument Ave. Phone 7-4051. 4tc-8-18
large living room, screened porch
and carport. WANTED: f!art or full time, 2 la-
A large new home :overlooking diels. Sell Stanley home products.
St. Joseph's Bay. Approximately Earnings $70.00 to $100.00 weekly.'
2,000 sq. ft. of living area plus over- Write 901 Fairy ATe., Panama City
size two car garage and' utility or call SU 5-7965. 2tc
room. Central air conditioning and
heat. Eight rooms, two complete. WE BUY scrap material. Durex
baths, oak floors. Scrap Material Co., offers you
We can assist you in financing" highest cash prices veer paid in
'any of the above homes. this area. Load up your scrap and
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY head toward Durex. We buy all old'
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAllI 7-3491 Oars, tin, steel, castt iron, and all
---etals. Palho Alto land, 17th Sit.,
FOR SALE: 25' 1nboard boat with Panama CGty. Phone PO 3-5382.
Chevrolet engine. Marine trans- 4tc-8-25
mission. Phone 7-7911. 4tp-8-18 ; -
,LOST: Hallmark yellow gold 'Ia-
FOR. SALE: 7-room home, 2 Ibathe dies wrist wateh with IMack b.and.
and 2-unit apartment 'building on Reward. Lost between mny -home
large corner lot. ConTeni'ent. to and' First Baptist Church. Mrs. Des-
school. W-ite box 279, Pkrt St. Joe. I.sie Dee Parker. Phone 7-5751.
FOR SALE: Beach property at St. WANTED: Female help. Apply in
Joe Beach. Three fumisthed cot- kperoon at the Port Theatre. iUf
tages on four lots. One lot on cor- .- -...----
ner. Separately or as unit. .Call FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
.8-4.299 t~..e7-28 needs call 9-11'955 or writt W.W L.


-ULU- 1 -46
FOR SALE: Large 3 bedroom
house. ideal location. 2 years
old, air conditioned. 1501 Monument
Ave. (corner 15th and -Monument)
Phone BAl 7-3636 or 7-5771.
FOR SALE: "Vagabond" 28' 6"
'cabin cruiser, -sleeps 4. COhrysler
marine. B. Roy Gibson, BAI 7-5771.
WANTED: 24 or 26 inch girl'rs i-
'cycle in good condition. Phouie
BAll 7-3551.


Hmi 6tAft, 0ort I Joo Plorida THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1#0

ke f n VITRO WIveS WILL
Mrs. Levins Taken MEET WEDNESDAY
The Vitro Wives monthly morn-
By Death Tues. coffee wil lbe held, Wednesday,
*Septemnber 14 at the, home of Mrs.


DIXIE DARLINGS and families are 'shown above at a 'barbbecue given
by team m embers 'to celebrilate 'season's -end 'at the Centennial
Building recently.


~. i
AWARDS GIFT: 'Mrs. Opal Burns
Women's Softiball team is shown
ton Hamm a gift from the team'.
ard H'amm and T. C. Smith.


Band Parents Meet

Tonight At 8:00 p.m.

There 'wil1 be a meeting of -the
Band Parents' Association at the
High School Band Room, Thursday,,
september 8 -at 8:00 pm .
All persons interested in band
activities -for the school year are
urged' to attend.
SThe foRlowing is the constitution
of 'the Association printed so Ithat
interested people might become


-U- -I -o ... -. ,acquanted with the function of this
Burkett, Box 482, -Port St. Joe. a uno
Stfc-5-26 "organization.
--I- Article I-Name
CARPORTS, screen- porches, pa- The name of l i .orga ation
tiois amd cabanas. For free esti- a 'o t organization
i 1abes. For free es-hall be The Band Parents Assoc-
maLtes, call 0. W.. Long, Phone. in.
7-3974. .a -8-25
974. t-8-25 Article I I-Purpose
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners The purpose -of this organization
and floor polishers. Sales and shall be to promote interest among
service. Emory Stephens,. 1308 Me- parents in ,the band activities; to
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
ATT 7-270, engage in prolecta wfhih will 1-


NEW SAUCER


H CHAIRS PAIRS


- P.HAIR S at OflNF IOW PRI


: MAIL COUPON TODAY I
MePl se-nd me the 2 SAUCER CHAIRS.. 1advnrfill for only $39.95.
g.V. I6py $ 10-- nd$ 1Weekly.
D-_n51-1, whit.
7 Add--
Am~m~wity"


Mrs. Mary Levins, age 76, was
taken hby death at 'the Municipal
Hospital Tuesday aight at 1-0:15
Pan. She was a resident ot Oak
Grove.
Mrs. Levins was survived' by
five daughters: Mr. Nina. Good-
man, Bonifay, Mrs. Minnie Gay and
Mrs. May Dees of Oak Grove, Mrs.
Grace Gay and Mrs. Myrtle Barr
of Highland View; one son, Toin,
of Oak Grove; 15 grandchildren
and 12 great grandchildren; two
brothers, Wlliamn Thearp. of Pensa-
cola and Harvey Tharp of Ponce
de Leon and one sater, Mrs. Nellie
Walker of Port St. Joe.
Funeral services 'will :be held
this afternoon at 3:30 p.m. ,from
the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church with the pastor, Rev. Char-
les Harxthern officiating.
Pallbearers are Hubert Strip-
ding, WiUlle Stripl.ing, Roy Gal, Ev-
,erette M'cFhrland, Ben Gay and L.
Z. Henderson.
Burial will be in the family plot
in Jeh OCemeotery in Wewhiitchka.
Comforter Funeral Home is nm
-charge of arrangement .

TvngM "k L lM.lAe


S-
t Served In Schools

-- Only Type "A" 'lunches are ser-.
,"^ :* v ed' in the Port St. Joe ihool lunch.
captainn of the Dixie Darlings eartme i, n't. thogh 0ol lcg. '
above presenting manager Ben- only 30c t tth EleMentary aud
Looking on are Deibra and Rich- e ool, eac lunch
provides a third' to hat l lot !the pu-
.pil's. daily nutritional ineMdq, ac-
moral -upport 'to 'the band -and ithe cording to Mrs. 0. R. Smith and
bandmaster in matters of decision Mrs. C. F. Whitfield, school lunch
or und.ertakug. managers. :
Article Ill-Rules of Order The Type "A" 'lunch Is a pattern
Roberts "Rules of Order, Revis- which al schools. participaltng in
ed", shall ibe the authority of this the national' school Lunch pro'gra9n
organization un ses otherwise spec- follow in order to 'be eleglib.e for
ified In 'this constitution or its bty- reimbursement from the United
'laws. States Department of Agriculutre.
Article IV-Membership Mrs. Smith land -Mrs. Whitfield
This organization shall consist explained that a Type -"A" 'lunch
of band. parents and. other interest- is centered around' at least a two-
ed persons. who pay annual dues to ounce serving of cooked or canned
the Band Parents Association. lean neat. poultry, fish or cheese;
Article officer or .other Iprotein-rich foods such -as
Aeggs, peanut butter and dry beans.
The officers of .this association "At least a % ep serving of raw
shall be a president, a vice-presi- or cooked, regetiablesi Or frtits ,r
dent, a recording secretary, a.cor- bot surround tlide .protein-rich
responding secretary and ja trea- fto6d", thie 6a -es, said. "For var.
surer. ety, we use fresh, canned, dried
These 'officers, together 'with the and' frozen fi"iits." .. .
bandmaster, shall comprise the ex- ..Our lunches include a vitamin
ecutive committee. 0 food every day andl a n .ri'lia.t? A
Article VI-Elections food -at "least twice a week," she
A nominating committee ap added.


nancilly benefit the ban; to give pointed ,y :the president shall sub-
nnciybenefit the ba; to give mit a slate of officers at the last
NOTICE regular meeting.
I will mot be responsible for any The 'term' of office shall be one
debts charged, to me other than -
those made tby myself personally year.
Eff.eotive this date, August 25, 1960. Article VII-Meetings
BERT HALL 4itc-8-251 Regular meetings shall ibe held
-PTIC TANKS pumped out. Call ine sc year
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7U11 for with exceptions 'at the discretion
uLick expert service. tfe of th'e exeouitve committee or pres-
(F YOU ARE INTERESTED 1U idenit.
saving money see us for anything The meetings shall' be held on
you need your home. STOP and e
SWAP SHOP. e the 'second Thursday of each
SA SHP ~montlh.
I FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser I
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two, Article VIII-Dues
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy The annual dues for the Band
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. Parents Association shall he 50c
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, Article IX-Finance
THE AMERqIAN LEGION. Meet-' Dues and 'other monies belong-
ing first and third Thursday nights ing to the Association ,shall be de-
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home. posited' to an account in the name
hour.WCut your lawn and let me of the Band Parents Association.
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf Disbursement shall be done by
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- checks signed' tby the treasurer and
son, Phone 7-7501. countersigned by the president or
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. vice-president.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth A petty 'cash fund of ten dollars
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American shall be set up in the budget for
legion Hall. All members urged o payment of stamps and sman
attend. payment of staps and small
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon items. Reimbursement shall be
Secretary: Theo Bishop done tby presenting receipts to the
t. A. M.-Regular convocation of treasurer.
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. -
1.. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit.
ing brothers welcome. LaSt RiteS Held for
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary Mrs. Nora McDaniel
THERE WILL BE a regular com. Mrs. Nora McDaniel of Wewa-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge hitchka, age 67, passed- away Wed-
No. 111, F&AM every first and nesday morning at the Port St. Joe
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Municipal Ho .
Municipal Hosipitat.
Mrs. McDaniel is survived .!y
one son, Grady of Overstreet; a
ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M. daughter, Mrs. Lucille Thomps-.n
POPE FENDLEY, Sec. of Tallahassee; seven grandchis-
,ll Master Masons cordially invited dren, four great grandchildren;
GOVERNMENT four brothers, Dan- Thomas of We-
SURPLUS SALES wahitchk'a, Beamie Thomas of Ov-
erstreet and Will and J. C. Thomas
NOW anyone can buy DIRECT of Dover; two sisters, Mrs. Aimo
from- U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR- Kennedy and Mrs. Alma Scott, bobh
PLUS DEPOTS, 'by mail for your-
self or for resale. Cameras, binoc- of Plant City.
ulars, cars, jeeps, trucks, boats, Funeral services were held, last
hardware, office machines. and Thursday at 2:00 p.m. from the We-
equipment, tents, tools and tens- wahitcihka Baptist Church with the
of-thousands of other items at a
fraction of their original cost. Elders of the church of Christ in
Many items brand new. For list 'charge of the services. Burial was
of hundreds of U. S. Government in Jehu Cemetery.
Surplus Dpeots, located in every Pallbearers were B. E. Parker,
State and overseas with pamphlet
"How Government Can Ship Direct Samuel A. Patrick, H. M. McClam-
To You," plus procedures, HOW ma, B. Norton, H. King and, George
TO BUY and how to get FREE Y. Core.
SURPLUS, mail $2.00 to SURPLUS comforter Funeral Home was in
SALES INFORMATION SERVICES
Box No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf charge of arrangements.


The lunch also imicludes at least
one slice of bread' or one serving
of hot bread made of enriched or
whole-grain cereal; ait least two
teaspoons of butter or fortiIled,
margarine; and' -at.least- a haif-
piit of whole milk.

Returns To School : .
Miss Diamaa McKnitht, dougli-
Iter of Mr. and Mrs. GC. H. MicKnight
spent the week end- here with her
parents. She is attending business
college in Jacksonville. '

CARD OF THANKS
We -wish to ,take this- opportun--
ity to offer our thanks to the many
people of this city who were so
kind to us during the'reccant fllness
and death of our beloved husband
and father, J. T. Ricketson. The
kindness offered us by the doctors,
-the 'hospital staff and our many
friendss was very much. appreciated
in our hour of grief.
Mrs. J. T. Ricketson
and Jack


Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Corner Long Ave. & NUles Rd.
Sunday School .... 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
-Evangelistic Ser. 8:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting
Wednesday 8:00 p.m.


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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 BAil 7-5431



Don't Throw Away
Your Old Furniture
LET US

Re-upholster
your faded, torn and worn


Red's Trim Shop
Corner Second and Reld


Repair or Remodel

or BUILD YOUR FLORIDA ROOM

FREE ESTIMATES -:- FINANCING ARRANGED


S. E. Morris Co.

301 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
PHONE BAll 7-7741
OR CONTACT

S. E. MORRIS R. E. KYZER

TOM PRIDGEON


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