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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: November 3, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR


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MONEY TALKS-Let's keeF
it where we can speak with It
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchantsl


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


TW.ETY-FOURTH YEAR


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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1960


S PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


f4ARI Election Day Is Tuesday, Nov.
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SCity Officially Adopts Budget for Fire 'Damages Voters Face A Big Ballot Tuesday;

; 1961 Tuesday 8.5 Mills Approved Floyd Chevrolet; Polling Places In Area Are Listed

Th'e 'City of Port St. Joe officially Gulf County voters, along with the rest of the nation, will
S approve d its new operating budget ran s Overdone Burns Home go to the polls to cast their ballots Tuesday in national, state
Tuesday -night with a unanimous
vote. The approval set up tha n i -mu u II and county general elections. Polls in Gulf County will be open
not.o T apporoval 'set up thhloee OnHo
est village rate for the city in n O Owe Two fires during the ast week from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Port St. Joe time.
years. Millage was set at a total e Boys end called the Port St. Joe Volun- Polling places in the Port St.
8.5 which will bring in a total of ByLarger S tleer Fire tDepartment to 'duty. Joe area will 'be as follows: Election officers, Louis Johnson,
$82,299.11. Th first f the alarms a at Precinct 4 Overstreet Clerk; J. L. Wilson, Mrs. Virginia
Prot 10anksrda ecamehdestrctiont of ndast Polling place will bthe in the Com- Graves and Mrs. Willie Kay, In-
SThe budget was not set up with- Pranks beme dertion anweek. The body shop of the loyd munity Building. Election officers spectors.
South haggling however. Mayor J. L. error for several small ildren in Ohevroet Company caught ire and aare: Mrs. Annie M. Cook, Clerk; in
SSharit was strong for reducing the *ort St t Joe Hallowe'en night as suffered extensive (ire damage. A ie M. H J. C Hanlo Precinct 8 Port St. Joe
bfllage and udget while Commis ,a hand of high school boys gener- 1rls. Anie M- Hardy, J. C. Hanl Polling place, City Hall. Election
iagner John Rbudgert Swhith was n ly made life miserable for a num- James Parker and Larry Yates, and Mrs. Raymond Hardy, Inpec officials will be:
a rr f maintaining last year's bar of .small fry out playing "trick employees of the company were orB. Day shift: Mrs. Zola, Maddox,
village rate of 10.5. 'Sharit wen or treat". painting a car at night wit la- Precinct 5- Highland Vie Clerk; Mrs. W. H.. Howell, Mrs.
along 'with the reasoning that the Several irate mothers called The qer wenhe pain ht tire 'ol and Beac will be a the 'x w Daughtry and, Mrs. James
economic situation in Port St. Joe Star office Tuesday morning re- building in iannes. Store Building in Highland V- Avant, Inshectors.
i *'' .at -the present warranted a tax re- porting that the band 'of boys about d Election officials will be: Night Shift: Eldridge 'Money,
.1 .' *" "" 'lief. After several weeks of :discus- 16 years o f age had terrorized their Dbeing Clerk; Jack Sheffield, Addle M.
sin, the mill rate was finally set ,cldren wih threats, acts, and Day hift:ainted, y workinrs.g tooh N, pant, A, Goodson and Mrs. mmet Daiell,
-"i ', e illa'e.dwsillpaintedbody 'working .tool paint, Clerk; Mrs. P. L. Adkinson, Ir.. 2 nsp.etors.
Cl0rk of .the Oirouit Court (center) presented a plaque award- at 8.5. The first ,draft of the bud- snatching ,their bags of candies.and thinner, lighting apparatus and otf- Ted Whitfield and Mrs. A. B. nsPrecinct 9 Port t. Joe
ed him last Tuesday tby the Port St. Joe Jayces for his wor on get called for a 7.5 levy. goodies collected ,on Hallowe'en er contents of the sheet steel quon- Rhames, inspectors. Polling place will be the recrea-
a national scale for the preservation of court records during a na- Port St. Joe's ,budget ,for 1961 night. The boys reyed on all settype uiing. The teel plaes Night shift: W. 0. Howard, tion center on Eighth Street. Elec-
tional emergency. The plaque was awarded in the Jaycees annual will total $183,999.00. The remain- 'children not accompanied y lger in the building aso were damaged Clerk; Mrs. 'Clayton Coker, Mcs. tion officials will be composed of
Good Government Award. Presenting the plaque 1i Jaycee Presi- der 'of the money will come 'from youths or adults. by the heat causing them to loo-se" lizabeth Thompson wand Mrs. two ,shifts, day and night.
dent R. H. ElIzey. Looking on. (right) is Harry Tison, Jaycee various sources such as utilities, Several cases of ,destruction were temper and burning out the tar A. Skipper, Inspectors. Day Shift, No. 1, Mrs. Marion
Good Government Award committee chairman. ( Star photo) utility taxes, licenses, fines, admis- 'aso' reported mixed in with the un sealat between the el plates. Precinct 6 White City McCall, Clerk; Mrs. John Dickey,
.sion taxes and a' host of other of harmless pranks during the Calvin Floyd, owner of the cmn- Polling place, Community build- Mrs. Willie Howell and Mrs. Tom-
/.1|B I Ill *eel urcesAids night. One instance was the dam- ay stated' that about $7,000.00 ing. Election officers will be Mrs. ine Braxton, Inspectors.
KiwanisClub books Over Teachaging 'of a .bicycle belonging to the 'damages resulted from the fire. Ernest Antley, Clerk; 'Mrs. Clau- Day Shft No 2, 'Mrs. Durel Brig-
SIndebtedness payments of the. daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Leo White City Home da Swell, Mrs. Charles Carter and man, Clerk Mrs Roy Hellen Mr
Used By Elementary School Staff City to e paid outf te ew bud- Shealy. The Shealy bicycle had its The on re of the week end Mrs. ree Lundy, Ispectors. iliamChafin and Mrs. W. 0. Ni-
Used By Elementary School S aff ,get will ,be $26,000 on the hospital tires burst and the wheels twisted was Saturday night at White City. Precinct 7 Kenny's Mill npc s
construction bonds, $8,714.11 on the out of 'shape' and the frame bent. The White City Departmet called Polling place, No 2 Lumber Shed. Ninspecht Shif No. 1, red Perry
Taking note of National Educa- tion with the area film library ,bas- City Hall and $18,500.00 on. the wa- Several other bicycles were also on Cthe Port Sst. Joe group for wa- _M-N W. D. Sykes, Mrs. Ru-
tion Week coming up next .week, ed in Blountstown. Mrs. Geddie ter treatment plant. damaged but had not ,been denti- er when the home of H. W. Star rk; Mrs. W ke, Mrs. R-
e Port St. Joe Kiwani Club et showed a imfrom the library on The remainder of the funds will p Pot -St. Joe Department an- tary ees Inspectors.
at the Port St. Joe Element ary the life -of the honey bee. The fil go fr operation of the City ser- swered the request by sending ts Game F im Thursday Night Shift No. 2, M. P. ToUline
School Tuesday to, look at some of ha.d ,been O.btained to show- -to a vies. Lst RitGS Held for ota r-c? to t. e bt h 1e rr"M .. r J n
the ianorovements being made n class that is staying bees. hom was totally destroyed. the Port St. -oe Rotary Club Mrs. Harry McKnight and. Mrs, B.
teach. tec ues in the elemen- Gue.sts of the club were Sam IToid a G aow e oC Gan te o t.
tary gmrdes. Roblln of the High School land new. o. ..F H. M-nn, Inspeco.
; m .bers Sidney J."Anchors -and Bookmo le To e d pley football game last Precinct 10 PortSt.Joe
The Ieing w c 8Ch1 in the a-* SGerald C. aius, g 41o To posor o ...o 1 lirsdayp by 'Coach Marion-yrai.g. Oak Grove, Simmons Bayou,
trials center ,of the .school where, Visi Mexico BeaCH ffld Viewpassed away at the. Scool0Open House. also ,ve .a running co.r- a i. Paen
-all teaching aids are kept. W er- Port St .. J e-Municipal .Hospital oth game, analyze Poingace wllbe
als cen itodian, Mrs. Lar exto Saturday, October 29 at 5;00 po.m kF A f the plays and explaining -what the tennial Building. Election, offigra-
S center custodian, Mr. Laura O IS Residents of the Mexico Beach Saturdayo, Otober 29 at r;00 p.m. wi be:
Geddie demonstrated me of the Funeral services: were held from exnd di Port St. Joe eam was trying to Shit: Mrs J
Gdtdieing ads. Theseemotrate included a f area ar.e minded h'a the Camp Ground Church near Bon-'-i oall paent of accomplish with each play. Day Shift: Mrs. C. '. Jofey,
'teaching 'aids. These .included a .- uribile come's to Mexico Beach ev- e' i J Htion 'eto tall patents of ha coi l
planetarium which .showed the rela- aomery Thiursday morning. iay with Rev.. Dal.las Henderson ntand interested pr- ach of the Shark aes are M ara nM Clyde Wa-
tionship betweeIf the Earth, moon --- For the convenience of those in offiting. Sere held sons to attend open house during photographedby Paul Blount using ges, Inspectors
and Sun and revolved showing their A robbery occurred in Port St. the Beach area, the Bookimobile-is Monday, October.. 31 at .2:00 p.m. National Education-. Week. a movie camera donated to the N t hift J A Allood
paths -of orbit 'and relationship to Joe early Sunday morning when the stationed at the Governor Motel Interment was. In the Can Ground Wene school by the Senior class of 1960. lerkNight Shift J Chrstan Mr
one another at 'different, times of St. Joe Bar ,and' Grill was broken frm 10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. then Cemetery. .. a ftoeoon, N'wember 9 at 1:0.0 The eotography is superb and ev-d Grffn a Mrs. E. L. Light-
the year and .onth.. Also on, dis. into. at the ,Shopping Center from 11:15 Surivors.includethe wife, Mrs. 5 ery deta of the game is caught fod Griffin and Mrs E. L. Light-
play was a plastic 'break-away mo' According to H. W. Walker, a.m.to 12:15 p.m. Cleo GainIous; three sons, Jerry, Coee and rerehment be in perfect detail. Bi Ballot
play. o 12:1 p. n.'. ,'Coffee and re reeshm ents w ill be nBig Ballot
del of the ear and eyeand their ower of the eatialbshent, the John and Dannie Ganous; threeeed n the lbay by PTAev. Harry L. Babbitt was in- Votes will e aced t
The Boo mnobile carries a wide .served in the library by PTA me- 'aVoters 'will he faced' with an ex-
component parts. AIl' the parts ,burglars took between $75.00 and, selection of books, recent fiction, daughters, .Mrs. Sharon Shearer, ducted into the club as a new mem-ot which will conta
were removal so they could be $100.00 and several bottles of wh- on-fiction, educational and refer- I Miss Gloria Mae Gainou and Miss Everyone is urged to visit he the name of thecandidates or
studied. key. The burglary was discovered ence books, a-so books for chdldr In addition to the life-like mo- Sunday morning by 'an 'employee of -subjects to please the tastes, of land View and one sister, Mrs. Ruckman' of 'Commerce, Texas and state offices included on the May
dels,.the school also makes use of the bar 'and-grill. various individuals. Ruth Thomas 'of Westville. advertis,,n oesn'tCos, ,- PAYS John Westmoreland of Marianna. state offices district and county
tape recorders, micro projectors Thieves ,gained entrance to the Requests for books ot on han Active pallbearers were Connie officials that were on the May obal-
and movie projectors. The micro business by cutting a hole in the are accepted and filled on a later Pettis, W. E. Harrison, B. A. Pe- ei n e lot. The ballot wll r also contain
projector is a microscope and slide back door 'and reaching in to un- tears, Grover 'Clark, Artuhr Vance Bob un M ilo ed In ig e the names of county 'officers who
projector 'combined, which enables lock the door. Residents of Beaoon Hill, St. Jos and Grover Floyd. were unalpposed in the rMay pri-
an ee mir cls to see a ltotemn i Be lacnd n others o. f Gulf -C'ountyl Leon High .School quarterback the Demon's 32-2 rout 'of De Funiak mary and were not on the primary
the microscope at one tine. The SHOP AT HOME may also use the Bookmobile i- Cub Scout Meeting Bud William and Flori High cen-prig. Williams hit In six of nine ballot.
move proctor s u in connect brary or a small ee. Called for Tonight ter Leonard Collins are this week's passes for 75 yards. He scored 'both Although -none -of the county or
"Big Bend" back and lineman of Leon's touchdowns. district Democratic nominees have
m e r George Anchors, Cub Scoutmas- the wee. Ru ner-up for (back of Collins, probably .the most consis- no opposition, some of the state
.^ "I~ d1Bter announces there will.be. a meet- the eek honors Is Port St. Joe's itaut performer in the line was in- officers, notably those seeking eIec-
-b H r.F rid a y-A t week in-g .of the 'Cub Pack tonight at 7:00 quarterback,. Boi 'Munn., tlumental in holding DeFuniak to tion as members of the Cabinet,
S h a rk s .. Fa pm. at the Recreation Center on The three get the nod f or efforts 47 yards on the ground and eight all have opposition.
The injury riddled St. Joe Sharks out-manned SSharks put on a fine. yard pass into the end zone. The Eighth Street. in victories Friday night. first downs. Also included on the ballot 'are
mustered up enough -manpower to display 'of 'defensive play and the core climaxed a 60-yard march by Anchors urges 'all. boys interest- Williams was. top offensive per- Munn'.s 20-yard 'scoring pass en- six constitutional -amendments. The
knock the big .Blountstown Tigers inj,4ry riddled, backfield came the Tigers. The 'Sharks -scored in 'ed in .becoming Cubs and their .former'in the 'field- in Leon's 14-0 a-bled the 'Sharks to tie Blountstown contents of these amendments will
out 'of the undefeated ranks with through with a fourth down touch- .the second quarter -on a -last ditch parents to attend. triumph over Thomasville. Collins 6-6 snapping the Tiger's six'game be found on page nine of this issue
a 6 to 6 tie here in Port iSt. Joe down to tie up tho game in the sec- fourth 'down pass from Bob Mun led tihe Florida- High defenses in winning 'streak. of The Star.
last Friday night. The Tigersa fea- ond quarter. to Nelson Hall that covered 20 GARDEN CLUB TO _..


tured a ibig, burly line and a good, Blountstown 'scored their touch
fast back-field', but the scrappy, down in the first quarter on a five-


ROUGH PLAY that dominated Friday's game is demonstrated above
as Nelson Hall down's a Blountstown ball carrier. George Boyer (in
white) is coming up to aid in the tackle. (Star photo)


- yards.. Freddy Bowdoin's -game-
Swinning extra point attempt was
too -wide tand the Sharks had to
- settle on a 6 to 6 tie.
Jimmy Wilder was the offensive
-leader' for 'the Sharks, running at
fullback in place -of injured -Ches-
ley Fensom. Wilder picked up 54
yards in 10 carries for a 5.4 -aver-
age. Nelson Hall 'was second with
33 yards and a touchdown to his
credit. Wild-er 'also led in the de-
fensive game with several unassist-
.ed tackles. Courtney Martin, Joe
Whaley, David Nance, Steve Ken-
nedy, Bob. Kerrigan, George Boyer
and Howard Lovett also played
'well on defense.
The Sharks entertain Bonifay in
their homecoming tilt here tomor-
row night. The Sharks -are figured
as an easy winner in this -game,
and barring anything unforseen,
should come out about 20 points
to the good over the Blue Devils.


THE YARDSTICK
St. Joe
First Downs _____ 9
Yds. Rushing .___ 105
Yds. Passing 36
Pass Attempted __ 15
Pass Completed ._ 7
Had Intercepted 1
FPumbles Lost 1


B'town
8
111
26
14
4
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FEATURE DECORATIONS
Anyone interested in getting
ideas for -decorating the home for
the coming Christmas season is
invited to attend the Port St. Joe
Garden Club meeting today 'at the
Parish House of St. James Episco-


pal Church at 3:00 p.m. ''7.' '

Birth Announcements V".".. p.:
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ray Pick-'
son announce the 'birth of a son,
Gregory Malone on O.ctober 24. .
Mr. and 'Mrs. Ernest Lowery, Jr.,
announce the birth of a son, Ernest
Allen on October 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey June Simp-
son, Jr., annonupe the birth of a
daughter, Cathy' Darlene on Oto-
her 25. '
Mr. -and Mrs. Eugene Thomas
turd announce the -birth of a son.
Randall La-mott on October 29.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward "
Vand'e'vender announce the 'birth of
a son, Thomas Edward, Jr., on Oc-
tcrber 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Chalmers LIFESAVING AWARDS were presented to the young men 'pictured above (with the exception of Parson
Simpson, Sr., announce the birnh Harry Babbitt and Bob Sidwell, who cannot even qualify as young men, much less life savers) Pic-
of a son, Preston Chalmers, Jr., on tured left to right, is Parson Babbitt, instructor- Tony Maige, Chesley Fensom, Larry Davis, David Bab-
October 31. bittt, Bob Munn, David Nace and Wayne Stevens. At the extreme right is Bob Sidwell, Red C9rep.sr
(All births occurred at the Port chairman. The water safety course was sponsored by the Gulf County Chapter of the American '
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.) Cross. (Star phot6)'--


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BONCILE WOOD BECOMES BRIDE of LEO G. BIRGENHEIER Mrs Biggs Named
'r a .e~~.= e I,_


Miss Boncile Wood and Leo
George Birgenheier -were united in
marriage Saturday, October 22, in
an impressive double-ring ceremony
at the Gospel Assembly Church in
Panama City. The candlelight ser-
vice 'was conducted 'by the Rev. 0.
S. -White.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Wood of Port St.
Joe, and the bridegroom is ,the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Birgen-
heier of Casper, Wyoming.
The church was decorated with
white gladioli and fernery, accent-
ed by candelabra holding burning
white tapers. The family pews were
marked with white satin bows.
Mrs. Vernon Griner, organist,
accompanied soloists, Mrs. Arthur
Raffield, and Wayne Anderson in'
prenuptial selections.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a floor-length
gown of hand-clipped. Chantilly lace
and tulle over delustered satin, de-




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, r T I Sr'UTte. Officer
A new slate of officers for the
Sponsors' Association of the FUlor-
ida Association of Future Teach-
aers of America were elected last
,., 'week end at the convention in
0learwater.
The new officers are: Miss Eli-
S nor Newman, president, Leesburg;
SMrs. Wayne S. Biggs, vice-presi-
dent, Port S't. Joe; Mrs. Mary E.
VW9son, Recording iSecretary, Or-
lando and James Niewonger, Parlia-
mentarian, Winter Haven.
An executive board representsa-
tive from. each district was elect-
ed. Representing District Three is
Raymond Harris, Panama City.

1 I.Long Avenue Baptist WMS


Studies Misio Boo Mr. 'and Mrs. Arthur Griffin or
Si! t Studies Mission Book Blountstown are visiting their son
SaThe WM'S of the Long Avenue and family, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
'. '. .. o. .e. Griffin and Mr. and 'Mrs. Huston
A Baptist Church met Tuesday, No- Watson and the S Player fa
vember 1 at 6: 30 p.m. with 38 mem-
bers present to 'study the mission 1--.
1 book present to Btudy "heaaion Friends of Mrs. Ike Watson will
|| : .book, "Across the Bridge.
Mrs. James Horton taught the Iregret to learn of her illness. We
b oik nd amcovereih'pe as hope ishe will Ibe feeling much .bet-
1 y 's -.I ".; A' hbook and a covered dish supper was
ter soon.
-. enjoyed ,by the r Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons
and Mrs. Mae 'Creamer 'and Betty
S, FTA Chaplier visited tiSunday in Wewahitchkba
SW tt Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miles were
s State Tro 'phy in Panama City Saturday. and also
visited, Irelatives in Soutlhport.
n''-: Th"'e Susan B. Anthony Future Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Glass visited
Teacher's of America Club of Port Monday and Tuesday in Blakely,
St. Joe High School won the state Georgiat with Mrs. Pue Brackin and
signed 'with 'a fitted ibasque (bodice. b ide, -was matron of honor. She trophy for having the beat scrap- Mr. nd Mrs. X. 0. Evans and
The rounded neckline was accented wore a mnint green nylon Iace over book 'at the annual' convention held family.
with lace appliques and seqins. taffeta dress with matching ,acces- in 0Clearwater last week end. Mrs. J. W. Wooten of DeFuniak
The bouffant skirt also featured series. Bridesmaids 'were Miss Scrapbbook awards are .based. on Springs is spending the winter
appliques. Her finger-tip veil of 11- Elaine and 'Miss Diane Wood, sis- completeness, originality 'and neat- months with her daughter, Mrs. J.
lusion 'was attached to a seeded ters of the bride. Thby wore pinr ness. R. Hewett and family.
pearl crown. She 'carried a bouquet dresses designed identically to that 'Miss Carolyn Starling, president, Jay Laird' of DeFuniak Springs
of lilies of the valley centered with worn by the matron of honor. At- was presented with the trophy dur- is visiting his daughter and fam-
a white orchid. tenants carried pink carnation ing the general assembly on Satur- ily, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson.
Mrs. Gene Raffield, sister of the nosegays with accents -of tulle. day morning. SSandra Reese, state Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Cannington
president, presented' the trophy. spent Thursday in Panama City
The Club is allowed to keep the with, his sister, Mrs. Iula Merchant.
trophy for one year. At the next Mrs. Mae reameri and daughter
convention the trophy must be re- Betty spent Saturday in 'Parker
turned and a new contest begins. with M'rs. Creamer's neice, Mrs.
AA&IA f tA h* A &A hh/ L -- --- Mildred Howell and family.


Robin Martin of Port St. Joe was
best man. Groomsmen were Richard
Muterspaugh of Panama City and
Harry Brewton of Port St. Joe.
For her daughter's wedding, Mrs.
Wood chose a champagne lace over
taffeta sheath with, matching ac-
cessories. ,She wore a white earna-
tion corsage.
mmanediately following the cere-
mony, a ,reception was held in the
.ellowship hall of the church.
The (bride's table, overlaid with
a pink linen cloth, was centered
by the traditional wedding cake.
The cake was flanked with. three-
tiered'. candelabra holding burning
pink 'tapers.
Mrs. Robina Martin, Miss Joyce
York, Miss Alma Maddox, and Miss
Sara Oumlbie served wedding cake
and punch' to the guests. Miss Ruby
Maddox presided over the bride's
book.
The .bride chose a. yellow satin
brocade .sheath with matching jack-
et and accessories for the wedding
trip to points, of interest in Central
Florida., She. wore the orchid cor-
sage from her 'wedding bouquet.
The couple is residing in Port
St. Joe.


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'Birthday Party
.Shannon Brannon, son of 'Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Brannon celebrat-
ed his 12th birthday with 'a party
at his home October 25 at 3:30 p.m.
Outdoor games were played and
refreshments of delicious cake and
punch were enjoyed by those pres-
ent. Mrs. Brannon was assisted in


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NEWS FROM
Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd COasey and
daughter visited in Arcadia during
the week end with Mrs. Casey's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wise
and other relatives.
Mrs. Dalton Gross and children
of Panama 'Oity 'spent 'Saturday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
V. Cannington.
Friends of Olinton Cox -will re-
gret to learn he is ,a patient in the
Municipal Hospital. We wish him
a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Nettle Galtin, Mrs. Ruby
Hartsfield of Tallahassee were call-
ing on friends here Thursday.
We extend our deepest sympathy
to the Gainous family in the loss
of their father and husband.


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Sliced Bacon lb. 55 c
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Sirloin Steak lb. 89c
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Roll Sausage lb. 29c


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WIN DOOR PRIZE-MT. and -Mrs. Wayne Ashl'ey of Port St. Joe re-
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Annual Convention of the Florida Flower Association held recently
at the Diplomat Hotel', Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley were re-
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message was presented by Congressman Rogers.
entertaining the children (by Mrs. A
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Ronnie and James Holstead, Geral- sociation will meet at 8:00 p.m. at
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i Non members are also welcomed
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Misstinda Thomas Becomes Bride of

Sammy Joe Huie Sunday, October 16

Yh!en First 'United Pentecostal Miss Carolyn Thomas, sister of
chrch of Highland View was the the bride attended the bride as
seting for the double ring wedding Maid of Honor. She wore a baller-
of'Miss Linda Lane Thomas and ina length, silk organdy gown of
BS amy Joe Huie on Sunday, Octo- yellow accented wi:h a nosegay of
b0' 16 at i -pr-. orchid pompoms. _
'Phe Rev. Jmes 3. Hill, pastor, Miss Jennie Smithb, cousin of the
vwi the officiating clergyman. bride and' Mrs. Stanley Martin
jh'e ibrld'e Is. tlie da.'ghtber of Mr. were in attendance as ibrides-.
and Mrs. A.-W. Thomas of Port maids. They each wore identical
.Sv Joe and .the ridegroom is the ballerina 'length gowns of minm ..
to of H. P. Hi a off Port -St. Joe green and carried a nosegay of -
an, Mrs. Wilna Dale Brooks of Eu- yellow pompoms.
d i&, Arkansas. M. P. H'uie, father of the groom,
ihe church was attractively dec- was best man. The ushers were
o ted with a magnolia .eat arch Bubba Lucas, Stanley Martin and
toi,'ning tihe background with tap- Ronnie Thomas, brother of .the
eri of four seven ,branched candel- bride. Roger Thomas, also a bro-
alba. Greenery and dtwo bouquets other of the bride served as ring-
o6:white gladioli completed the 'bearer.
setting. The bride was given in marriage
Prenuiptial selections were play- tby her father. She was attired in a
e4,iby Miss Janie Anderson at the gown of white chantilly lace over
pii o as the guest assembled'. She satin with scolloped neckline and,
acdompani.e4 Miss Dean Glass who short sleeves. Scolloped lace and
saig, "I IdVe You Truly" and' "The satin extended into a graceful cha-
Lod's 'Prayer". I pEl train. Her headpiece was a cha.

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A. LAMAR HILL
Phone 9-2121


0. M. TAYLOR
Phone 7-1866 ,


cloch hat covered with sltk organ-
dy flowers. Her corsage was of
white carnations.
A garden recept~an was~-aeld fol-
lowing 'the 'weddaingat the home of
the bride. Mrs. Joan Moore was in,
charge of reception arrangements.
The bride's table was overlaid with
a white lace tablecloth. The three
tiered wedding cake was, topped
wimh a miniature bride and groom
and ,beautifully decorated. The cake
was 'flanked with candies in silver
oandelabra. Refreshmenis 'we r e
served iby Mrs. Ann Cook and' Mrs.
J. J. Hill. -
Following the reception the cou-
ple left tor a wedding trip to Eu-
dora, Ark. For traveling the 'bride
chose a oet tailored dress of 'blue


Willie Daniell Or

Sewanee Squad

SEWANEB, TENN. William
Franklin Daniell, 165 pound Fresh-
man from Port St. Joe, has. made
the University of the South Tiger
squad in 'Sewanee, Ten.nesej, and
from all indications Eshould see
plenty of action with, the, Tigers
during his college career. The son
of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold E. Daniell,
Port .St. Joe, William. formerly
played for the 'Port St. Joe -Sharks
where he 'earned four letters and
AIl Oniference honors. William
played Iball at Port 'St. Joe with
one of Sewanee' past great per-
formers, Walter Wilder.

Edward H. Williams
Enlists In Air Force
Edward Hardy Williams, 18, son
of. William Columibus Williams,
formerly 106 Reid Avenue, Port St.
Joe, was enlisted i the United
States Air Force 'at Montgomery,
Alabama, through the Panama City
office, according 'to M-Sgt. C. L.
Blair of that office, Wednesday,
October 26. Edward, was assigned
to Lacklland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas, where he will un-
deigo Ibasic military training, at-
ter which he will be assigned to
one of the operational or training
ui'ts of -the Air Force. He was en-
listed in the General Field'. Ed-
ward, prior -to joining the Air
Force, was a graduate of the Port
St. Joe High 'School, class of 1960.
He lived with his grandmother in
Port St. Joe. His father, William
C. William's, presently lives in
Skasgway, Alaska. Edward said he
intended to further his educational
devel while -in the Air Force, ac-
oonding to Blair.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
THURSDAY, 'NOVEMBER 3, 1960


THE STAR


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Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday .... 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting


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PENTECOSTAL 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) ...-----. 7:45P.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. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -_ 6:15,p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p1m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) ___ 7:80 pan.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION 7:80 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


THE CHURCH OF GOD
*f Highland View
--- WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:0 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
BVANGBIMBTIG (BRVIO, 8:00 P.M,
PRAYER M wMING 8:00 P.M. (W.dahdawy)

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


Vote for ,tovn leadership, Experience
and Teamwork


Farrls
BRYANT
Governor


The one'61 car


built to back up a long-term warranty


Ford led the way with the one car beautifully
built to take care of itself. and you
On September 29, Ford Dealers set an industry trend-were
first to extend their 1961 car warranty from the conven-
tional 4,000 miles or 3 months to 12,000 miles or one full
year, whichever comes first.
Why? Because Ford built the one car to support such
confidence. Ford for 1961 is the one car beautifully built to
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The '61 Ford was designed and built to the more exacting
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It is significant that Ford has so many take-care-of-itself
features not found in other cars, regardless of price. These
new Ford features are a triumph of exhaustive research,
fine engineering, and quality construction that give you
-the most reliable Ford ever built. Drive a '61 Ford soon.


ST. JOE
Port St. Joe


HERE'S HOW THE '61 FORD TAKES CARE OF ITSELF


Lubricates itself-You'll normally
go 30,000 miles between chassis
lubrications. Then a quick, inexpen-
sive Ford Dealer lube job (which
costs about $4.00*) will get you set
for another 30,000 miles.
Cleans its own oil-You'll go 4,000
miles between oil changes with Ford's
Full-Flow oil filter.
Adjusts its own brakes-New Truck
Size brakes adjust themselves auto-
matically for the life of the lining.


Richard W.
ERVIN
Attorney General


Guards its own muffler-Ford
mufflers are double-wrapped and
aluminized-normally will last three
times as long as ordinary mufflers.
Protects its own body-All vital
underbody parts are specially proc-
essed to resist rust and corrosion,
even to galvanizing the body panels
beneath the doors.
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Diamond Lustre Finish never needs
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
John C. Carmichael, Pastor
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship ... 615 p.m.
SSunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 1100 a.m.
Waorhip Hour 7:30 p.m.
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Based on 14 minutes' service at today's notional average labor costs


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1960


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 $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered as second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In 'case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully-
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


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Re-evaluation Gains A Supporter
Superintendent of Public Instruction, Thomas A. Owens didn't
split any infinitives, mince any words, or back up one whit when
tne High School PTA began to question him and the School Board
last Thursday night, about when or why certain things couldn't'
be done in our school plant. Tom let them have it. ... the whole
truth, the plain truth, the stinging truth the truth that Gulf
County, under its present property valuation by the Tax Assessor
just simply cannot supply all the money needed to operate the
school system in Gulf County in a first-class manner.
The Star, being a faint light in the night in advocating re-
valuation for the past year or so, welcomes such plain and ob-
viously knowledgeable answers about the evils of the present
property valuations and the need for a overhauling of the entire
county valuation. The Star 'has editorialized several times on
this subject during the past year, and the seed is beginning to
take root and grow.
Owens pointed out that Gulf County could grow by leaps
-nd bounds more and more manufacturing concerns- could
go on the rolls' (these concerns are now paying more than three-
fourths of Gulf's tax burdens) and still Gulf County would con-
tinue to go downhill in the matter of school finance. You ask why.
We will tell you, just as Owens told the PTA. More industry to
this area to pay more taxes also bring more people. More people
bring more children. Each additional child brought in costs the
county some $150.00 each year to educate. With the evaluation
structure as it is, the taxes on the new plant would not pay for
the education of the children of its personnel -- and since there
would be no taxes at all required of the personnel on a local level
they would contribute nothing toward their children's education.
This situation cannot continue. As Mark Tomlinson told the
Jaycees last Tuesday night, "It is a shame for a county with the
assets of Gulf county to be on the tax rolls for a paltry $13,000,-
000.00. The valuation of Gulf county property should be at
least $50,000,000.00 and this is a conservative figure.
Owens pointed out last Thursday that the schools are getting
every penny of taxes in Gulf County they can legally get. The
state law limits the number of mills they can assess. They are
now assessing th limit and have 'been ,for several years. The
needed revenue). It would also make for a community of citi-
only way to increase the revenue for needed improvements is
through property re-evaluation.
Another point in favor of re-evaluation was brought out in
an editorial in the Panama City Herald Monday afternoon. The
editorial featured requirements that GE makes of a community
before they establish a factory in that community and the paper
likened those requirements to those made by all industry seeking
new locations. The main theme of these requirements was that
the community be stable financially, have a decent structure and
have a people who are interested in and seeking ways for improve-
ment of their community. You might think this is pretty far
fetched from property valued at a decent assessment. But it
isn't. A realistic valuation would provide enough money to pro-
vide necessary facilities and services it would provide a low
millage rate (not as many mills would be needed to provide the
zens who take an interest in the betterment of their community
because they would be helping pay the bill for that betterment.
We don't say property re-evaluation could be the answer to
all our problems, but we do firmly believe that this could be the
all-important first step toward the right direction

Are You Disenfranchised?
Will you disfranchise yourself?
Millions upon millions of Americans do that, in effect, each
election year. They do it by failing to vote. They're too lazy, too
indifferent, or "too busy" to spend the brief time and effort it
takes to go to the polling booth.
The result is that people are elected to office, and often the
highest offices, by what amounts to minority vote.
We all pay lip service to the right of free franchise. And that's
as it should be -- it is the greatest single defense we have against
dictatorship and political oppression. But it is meaningless unless
the words are matched with deeds.
The future of freedom depends on men and women who
will analyze candidates and platforms, choose those they think
best capable of guiding the nation's destinies in the stormy days
that lie ahead and vote accordingly.

Advice for Castro
The following editorial is reprinted from the San Francisco
Chronicle:
"The Government of Cuba, which has been busily seeking
ways to support itself, has found time to make a handsome and
helpful gesture to a small neighbor, the constitutional Crown
Colony of British Guiana. The Castro government has granted
Guiana a $5 million loan, and has agreed to buy Guiana rice at
a premium price.
"We have some advice for Fidel Castro:
"Look outl
"We, as a Nation, have learned by rude experience, Senor
Castro.
"Beware of befriending your small neighbors. First thing you
know, you will be branded an 'imperialist aggressor' and you know.
what that means."


Suncrenest


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tien an
Rger L. Main Re-elected Director of a:'
10934 h
National Paperboard Association -
arer
Roger L. Main, President, St. Joe land, Mr. Main was employed by elected
Paper Company, Jaoksonville and the Hageratown and Frederick -Mr.
'ort 'Sit Joe, has -been re-elected a Railway Company until joining the' of Nat
Director of National Paperlboard ,U. S. Air orips during World. War iLtd, V
Association. II. He 'was then connected -with-the In ad
A natiM e of Middletown, Mary-i United States Railroad A minasttra e Pa



I Shell Homes I,


id in ,126 .went with the Med- .ealty Cozporatl of Aluok*O ;,,|
3a of Investiaton. In Prpet, Inc. a of Silver Le ion AUXilir
e boeaane Assistant Treasur- Springs Co.; Treasurer and .Direc-
S., ScU or. of New E, ngland. Contain .,r Officer To Visit
Ine., am amoedo Joe Asistant. Treasurer of the Ne-. c To V it
Company in 193i and was mo rs FUdation.
I President in 1951. Mr. Main is also.on the Board. 4-:Amrean Legion. AUxiiary
Maii:s Mangin Director of Goviernors and a member ot the to- W11s V.V. Rwa, -Post .1 ..wwill.
ionia1tBoard and Paper Mills, Committee. of 10 of the,. Jackson- b. honored by .the vislt of Dep.art-
Patertfod; Ireland. vlle Area Chamber of Comsanerce.; ment President of the Aimerican
Iditio to i comnectio 'With a anemIbAer of the Florida State Legion Auxiliary, Mrs, Gaynell An-
petnboard Iindunetry, Mr. Main. 'haiber of Commerce; a member +derson of Tampa and District Pres-
'etary to the Trustees of the of -the Florida State chamber of ident, Mrs. Adeline Oakley of Lan-
ofi Alfred I. duPont, Chair- commerce; a member of the Re. 'ark Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
f the Board and President of gionial Export Expansion Commit- The American Legion Auxiliary
>rida -National Bank of Jack- tee of the U. S. Department of Co.n- of Wewakitchka has been invited
e, Director of the Florida 'merce; a anemiber of Duval Indus, to join in greeting Mrs. Anderson.
al Bak &.Trust -Co.,:. West trial Dev1ojpanent. Cop.; a.mem- A registration fee of $.00 per- ier-
Beach and of the Florida Na- ber of Advisory Council anda Ex. son will be changed. Dinner will be
Banukat Pensacors; Direct6 eoutive ConCmmittee of Gator Bowl serid at 7:30 p.m. followed by a,
ksonville Branch of Federal Association; a member of. Navy short (prograan, in which members
e n t Atlanta; Secre- Leagiue of the United States; a oftthe you th group shll, in a small
ad Director of Waakulla Edge- member of the, Adisory BoardS. of way, pay homage to the many of
Co.; Director of Hotel Mark- the YMCA; member ot the Board
nc.; Vice President and Di. of Directors and Executilve Com- ties, Inc., meiner of the River
of St. Joseph Telephone and mittee of Community Chest-United
aph Company, ,St. Joseph Fund; Honorary Life Member of Cliub; member of San Jose Coun-
& DeO elnop nt -Company American Cancer Society, Dm"ral try Club; Mieiber of Florld-a Ycht
Port St. Joe Dock & Ter- Co., Fla.; member of Citizens AM- Club; ,inmbier of Ribault Golf anid
Railway Company; Treasur. isory Council of Baptist Memorial Yacht Club; memberr of *St. Johns
A Director of Apalachicola Hospital; President of Sit Lukes Dinner club; member of Jacis6n-
rn Railroad Co. and Ed- Hospital; member :of., board of r..Di- ville Symphony Association.
Wortmaann Co., Preisident and rectors of Children's Home Society.
or of Florida Safety -Deposit of Florida; memberr, of Financial
3o.5 Vice President, -Theasur Committee of Htom itor the Aged, |


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Baton and drill W 1tae1iO i C. B. Grelt, Jr., sutpi4ntendent
held ei ry saturday mornit t he. local office of qnut Iate In-
10:00 a.m.4in the Aimerleae.Legiopn mLiance Company, has returned
HIome, sponsored .by the. LegIQ4 troai a one-week school in taft
and Auxiliary as co mnMUety, -m a naagem"ent held at thB.pmpany'a
vice. Until fund raaiintg p9qeRe thboem office in, J ouvie
the Legion begin to sho*.,a profit Amonge the subjeci sc.apied by
a fee of 25c weeky or 73c pr Mr. Grief and.. a s speviors
month is required. Th'e i o (to .ari plans -to eventually eliminate hi t e. were. adanoed tech ini4 Ii
te.. tl jiC4 toinsurancp into Iuly
Tihe Saturday even4g Ytihand busi tuatis
Oanteen widl be held at the Leion., Mr. e tf v* hnor Aed at the
Home at 7:00pmn. Parent4.Jnterest- school as a.qu' f r the com-
ed in helping are, urged to come 0t a ver gales coan-
by tie Legion Home. mention, .e ed .ext june. at
Sthe., Ameriana Hotl 1j Miamt
Beach. The sales record, made by
yesterday, who gave their lives In. tni local repreeentateves of. Gulf
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Proposed Adnriendlents

'-, .A..-
Six .proposed- amendments to Court judges and others are wort- ie TAR, Po
Florlda's constitttbO'will ibe on ing- hard to see Mthat the proposal
tLi November general election for more appellate court judges of the State G
ballot. .- doesn't die because of public lapa- budget-
The Florida Bar Association is thy. Their major t,
seeking "Iad~patfooi of one of the pro- A S 6ate Bar Associatibn commit- the legislators,
poals-,.Spoetsmen are fighting an- tee 'headed by William Carver, of Game COommissi
other. Relatively little has been Lakeland has been spearheading money for purpo
said about the other four. the campaigfi for its adoption. A proving fishing
The proposed amendments: taped television program in which The Game Coo
1. Authorize addition of two ,the proposed amendment is discus- i independent
judges to each of the state's three sed' by Supreme Court judges, mem- and is free to as
district courts of appeal, which ibers of the Judicial Council and lts money which
now have -three judges each. others will be shown in various ci- from the sale of
2. Authorize registration 'and ab- *ties: in the last days before the ing licenses.
sentee voting ,by Florida citizens vote. Just as there i
serving in military forces overseas. Proponents of the amendment ar- position against
3. Place the Game and Fresh Wa- gue that the appellate courts were amendment, their
ter Fish ofhnl.ssion's spending un- created to relieve the case-load on support of the G
der control of the Legislature. the State Supreme Court. In acco'a- amendment.
4. Place in. the Cpnstitution the grlishing this, however, they became The proposal t<
.present law :under which each of overloaded themselves, pIarticularly di-viion of racin,
the 67 counties gets an equal share the courts that sit at Miami and the counties wa
of revenues from racing taxes. Lakeland. reapportionment
5. Permit the trial of civil suits in T.he amendment doesn't, require jected by the sta
Volusia ,and Highlands Counties in that two more judges be placed on go. Small ,c
cities other than the county seats. the court benches. But It would agreed to creation
6. Perant trial of civil suits in authorize the Legislature to provide anm Senate seat
Brevard County in cities other han for them some time in the future, constitutional gu
the county seat. which' the legislature cannot now shares of the pa
The latter, two, while eof ,local ap- do becausee of the constitutional The new feature
plidation only, require an approv- prohibition ,giainst more than posed amendment
ing 'vote ,statewide before they can three judges. sentee registration
become effective. 'Many sportsmen's groups are ing overseas Un
Various -bar. p socfations, the against the proposed amendment
'State Judicial Council, ''Supreme to provide for legislative review


On Ballot


rt St. Joe, Fla.

anme Commission's

eme has been that
might direct the
0on to spend the
ses other than inm-
and 'hunting.
mission curren-tly
of the Legislature
spend ass it chooses
ch comes mainly
bfhunting and fish-

s no organized op-
the appeals court
re is no organized
Game e Commission

'o provide for equal
g revenues iamlon.g
s part of the old
compromisee re-


ate's voters a year
county legislators
>n of more House
s in return for a
larantee of equal
ri-mubuel money.
re of the final pro-'
t would [be the aib-
mn of voters serY-
der current provi-


fits, that oihld is already receiving
three-fourths of the deceased work-
er's lbenefit- amount. Also, families


with a number of children entitled
-- to benefits will not receive an in-
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 3, 1960 crease because such families are,
already. receiving "tlhe maximum
ya" 1 .*, amount* that can ibe paid on- the
SOCial SeCUrity basis of the earnings of the deceas-
| o rd. Any family, for instance, *in
Ifo0rW fio .1 which a widow and three or more
: children are receiving benefits,
Children of deceased workers will not get an immediate increase
are the only beneficiaries who will because this family is now receitv-
receive an increase in benefits un- ing' thOe highestal amount That can
der the 1960 changes in the Social ibe paid.
Security Law. There were no bene-
fit increases for other Teneficiaries.
'The -new law provides that the a
monthly social security benefit of
each -surviving child will be three-
fourths of the 'amount the worker BUILD
would have received if he had lived r UI
to draw retirement benefits. This
increase for these beneficiaries is FREE ESTIMATES. -- :-
payable for the month ofE Decem-',
ber, 1960, land the increases will be 5
paid with the check .received on .. S 1 1
January 3, 1961, without any action
on -the part of beneficiaries.
Not ,all surviving children of de- 301 Williams Avenue
ceased workers will receive an in- PHONE BA
crease. For 'example, where there OR CO
is only one child 'entitled to bene-
S. E. MORRIS
sons they can vote absentee bal- I T M
iots ibut cannot register with coun-1 OM PR
ty officials rby mail.


In cases where-the maximum 'is information on societ'"eutty tnat
now being paid, the increase pro- er:s. The office for this area is
vided Iby the 1960 Amendments located at 1135 Harrison Aiven e,
will be handled 'automatically as Panama City. The telephone nulm-
the entitlement otf some of the iber is POplar 3-5331.
children. ends. For .example, a child -,
attains age 18, marries before age


18, and *the like.
Many additional ,people will qual-
ify for social security payments
because of the 1960 Amendments
but 'only surviving' children under
the above circumstances will re-
ceive an increase in the amount of
'their benefits. Always contact your
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Railroad Mer er Opposed THURSDAY, NOVEMBER.3, 1960
R ala d Mre Op. e


THE MARKON -
YOUR BALOT...
IS YOUR MARK
1 0-HISTORY!
BE SURE TO VOTE FOR THE
CANDIDATES OF YOUR CHOICE...
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8th

YOUR e PHARMACIST
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317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida


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furniture
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Corner Second and Reid


The Florida Railroad and Public ity to protect and safeguard the
Utilities Commission is Tiling with i public interest from any evil a
the Interstate ,Commerce Commis- teots that might be expected fro 3
sion in Washington la formal peti. the establishment of monopolies
tion for leave to intervene in oppo- through the merging of competing
.Mn--n t. ijvmq Mmniterr otf railroad


If, on the other hana, the merger
appears to be inimical to Florida
and its peoplle, the Florida Com-
mission wi vigorously oppose the
merger.


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tii nto Tme proposeantw" W mai .
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad What effect will the proposed
Company and he Sealboad Air merger have on the operations of
Line Railroad Company. This-mat- other but smaller railroads serving
ter is now pending before thie Fed- various pordtins of the State? Will
eral agency on the joint aplic. they be benefitted or will their -
tion of the two railroads which ity to efficiently serve the public
seek to merge their operations .be seriously impaired? In. the opin-
ioa of the -Florida Commission
At this stage of the proceedings thtpe questions can be answered
-the Florida Commission bases its only after a thorough study of the
opposition to the proposed merger contemplated operations under tne
upon technical ground only, since proposed merger.
it is not yet sufficiently advised as
to whether the intended results of Upon these various grounds the
the merger will' in tact be of bene- Florida Commission has requested
t,,t to the people of Florida. Under 'leave to intervene in opposition to
the rules of the Interstate oomn- the proposed merger of the Atlan-
mterce Commission, one desiring to tic Coast IAne and the Sealboarl
intervene in a pending proceeding Air Line Railroads in the proceed-
must state tghe position to ee tlak- irg now pending before "the I ter-
on by the intervener. The public state Commerce Commission. Only
policy of the State of Florida as by actively participating in the pro-
expressed by the legislature in ceeding can it reach an informed
Section 360.10, Florida Statutes, ts opinion concerning the potentials
that the consolidation of paralel of the proposed merger and make
or competing rairoads is unlawful such Tepresentations and take ,such
and -without authority unless ap- actions with reference thereto as
proved by the F orida Commiasion. appear to be in the best interest of
The United States Supreme Court the State of Florida and its ship-
has said that this policy s not the pers and receivers of freight. I,
result of local prejudice Ibut is born during ,the progress of this merger
of a general sentiment that result- proceeding before the Interstate
ing monopolies are rdpresenhible. Commerce Oonmission, it should
This Florida statute may now be affirmatively appear that the best
uneniforceable because of a possible interest of Florida will be served
conflict between it' and the Inter- by the merger of these competing
state Commerce Act. Because of railroads, the Florida Commission
that possibility, the Interstate Comr- will then seek authority to with-
merce Commission may now be the draw Its opposition and enter its
only Worum having adequate author- appearance in favor of the -merger.


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


PHON 7-221401 WILLLIAM& AVENUEe









1l4. t ','Poft tJo., Pa. THUR DbA,,. V.EMBER 3, 1969 FOR`l Vagbqtnd' 6" attP
:_ .. ...... .-.-,'.: '. -" ca bm c iser,'leeps 4. 0lrys oer N
....-. -} ;. .a marinee B. Roy Gibson, BAll 7-5771. S
CLASSIFIED VERIhNGO *..C S
a: floorpolisher&. Sales and
S. ,. "- service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Ie- ..
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mrigh" '' Clellan Ave.,.-Port St. Joe, Phone ing
ed aparient, QRupstairs. F SA .1 &. VA hoiie on BAl 7-3781 :--. tfe:.. .
ftunskhedi. $5.00"io. Phone 7-ve 42, %5ios e,;early comped WJ
rinq a 4ed. $at85.003 n o. PhonAe d "N d a.met. ed. FOR YOUR WATKINS Products J
"in'e at 1 04 G on A. co r q ed LeteanP7 needs 'call. 9-1195 or write W. L.- rH
FOil RENT: 3 iif banished hoase.JN- AG CY, phoae 7-77i4, 301 Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. rn
a. .t St. Joe' 1- vedroa a a e. ,' ., tfc-5-26 No.
.-F. B I-b..- e- L W. D ren r- 30 oot. r FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
'.o bn.Sni -SeL.55 '":f*c-8-1D2. e ingood edition. $1,00O0.oi. Sea 1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old.
.-. ,- r aWard. lge.-Call- N., E.-Dyike, Lrivng room drapes, garbage. dis.
O-RENV: 0 t' e r !8.. .,.. Z t posal Included. Call BAR 7-2311.
iets. Bthed or R.r-~ AL La les new 1 jewel FOR SALE
nished. a -l1-33 dey or 9-1481 Bulova st watch .all 7-7696. 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles ,all
at mlght..Ms. Shirey. t- e-10-6 South of Wewabitchka. Planted
FOR' SALE: .1 Ibedroom. furnished I with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, rnished apartment, bivate batht. Prefer"good Investment.
'houaq,,311 Woodward. Screened 7oung imn. -ho does day work or -3 aores of waterfront property
back..porch, jaloukie ..tront porch twb ladleAs4h6o 'would like to share located on Creek that flows., into._ -
and carport. See.-Jck Hammock room.-Se eMrs. Stella Farris, cor- Ideal for fish camp or retirement
at Palace Baibei 'ShoXi or phone Sner _6tih .St. and Woodward Ave. home. -
7.4486. -. t-10-20 -10 lots at St. Joe Beach. in one
S- -1 ORSALE:2 edook house, 1308 block. Priced for good investment. T
FOR RENT: 3' Tedroom -infurnish- Long .Avye Garage with large -Nice home located on Hunter ,sion
e- d house at 110 Himter'Circle. 'utility room. Phice $7,000.00. Phone Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deep this
Phone 7-25411. I tc-10-20 '-5926 .itfc-9-22 well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6 2the
years old.,Pay owner's equity. Bal- C.
FOR RENT2 bedroom furnished FOR SALE: leotriconrete m- e on VA mortgage at $57.00 W.
downstairs -paTtment. Close in *3.r at or Mexico B a. $65.00. Ph. per month. Ceo
n 6Ih :St. Calr'-7-5756; litp 648-3126. 7t 3 bedroom house at Ward 'Ridge. 'cler
FOR.REN.: Three bedtom house" CHRISTMAS GIFTS: See .the ex- Naerly new, priced to sell. riff
at 205 12th St.: Plione 7--151. cellent Avon gift ideas. Mrs. L. New three bedroom rouse in T
S"- Z. Henderson, Avon repreientatlve, Wewahitch'ka.' Adjoining school 6:30
FOR RENT:S-.-Uifturniphed apart- phdn'e 7-&014. 3tc-10i20 property. Pay owner's-equity. U
ment. 706 Woodward- Ave. Phone THE PRIDGEON AGENCY U ,
7-3941. It .ENJOY UNPOLLUTED AIR 3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. J,e and
S- MODERN CONVENIENCES NOTICE: If you'are in need of help vote
SFOR SALE SAFEST BEACH in your office, either full or part Jand
A new three' bedroom, concrete New 2- bedroom home, 1V/ tinie get in touch with me. My $300
block hose, with large screened baths;, many custom extras; it. me 'with The Medical 'Clinic will borr
poroh, carpppt and' deep well on 75' $9,875;, small down, balance terminate in the near future. Joe to 1
by 150' oMt at St. Joe Beach. Priced $75 month. See pink house In Crimanley, P. 0. Box 495, phone BAll teer
ror quick sale at only $10,000.00 Mexico- Beach, owner next 7-2981, Port St. Joe. 2tp 'Ti
MerM = door..n next
A large three bderoom, two bath BABY SITTING during day only. ber
11MIOKIACLI Tniv hvm Tnir tfitr--


home.with central air conditioning OJ VEKN~MIN I
and heat, oak floors. This spacious SURPLUS SALES
house is located on Constitutionu NOW n c b .DIR-T
Drive overlooking St. Joseh Bay. rom U. GOVERM T buy DIRECT
FOR SALE. ree bedroom o- PLUS DEPOTS, by mall (or your-
crete block house on Garrison 'sel or -for resale. Oameras, blnoc-
Avenue with garage andbreezeVwy. ulars, care, Jeeps, trucks, boats,
On 90 x 165 .t. lot. To.ell or only hardware, office machines an
$10,917. '. equipment, tents, t9ols and tens-
.R a of-thousand' of other- Items at a
FRAN.I and BMOT'8 AGENCY fraction of their original cost.
221 Reid Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491 Many items Randd' new. For list
of hundreds of U. S. Government
Surplus. Dpeots, located In every
State and overseas with, pamnphlet
FIH AIT- "How '.Government Can Ship Direct
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in mLy .LIome. Inuiire atr, t'IL
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Carolyn Bradley.
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
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IF YOU ARE' INTERESTED in
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FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
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head, galley, $1200.00. See B, Roy
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;.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
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Minutes of the
County Commission


WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
October 25, 1960
he Board of County Commis
ners of Gulf County, Florida mel
'dtate in regular session with
following members. present: E
Harden, ST., 'Chairman, Oolemnan
Tharpe, A. J. 'Striokland and
r.ge W. Cooper. The Deputy
rk, 'attorney, engineer 'and 'Sher
were also present.
he meeting came to order at
Sp.m.
pon motion of OCbmm. Strick-
L, seconded iby Comm. Tharpe
unanimously carried', the Board
>d to purchase two acres of
d from Quincy L. Hardy at
0.00 per acre to be used for a
row ,pit. Said land to be returned
Ir. Hardy when all fill drit has
n removed.
he Board voted' to 'set up its
t regular meeting from Novem-
8 to November 7 because of the
eral Election on November 8.
'as ordered advertised..
he Board voted to allow the
quito control supervisor to at-
d the next State County Com-
>ioners 'meeting,
ah eClerk was directed to pay
ma Lee Brake $15.00 from indi,
funds at this time and a like
ment for the month of Novem-
he Board voted to adopt a reso-
on finishing 20th Street in Port
Joe.
here being no further business
meeting did 'then adjourn.
'EST:
ige Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
k Chairman

IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
RIA O'NEIL ROSS,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
K ROSS,
Defendant
)TICE TO: Jack Ross, whose
e of. residence Is Warner, Ok-
na.
nor before the 15th day of No-
,er, 'A.D., '19&0 0th, defendant,
(Ross' is requfrfd to serve 'up-
en'jamin H.- Dickens, Plaintiff's
rney, whose address is 303
th Street, Port St.. Joe, FI'OE-
a copy of 'and file with 'the
of ,said Court, the original of
answer to the Bill of Complaint
against him herein for divorce.
TNES'S my hand and official
of 'said Court at Wewahitchk,
County, Florida, this 11th day
itober, A.D., 1960.-
GEORGE Y. CORE, 4t
Clerk Circuit Court
CUIT' COURT SEAL)' 10-13,

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT OF GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
E: ESTATE OF CORA M. -
TTON, DECEASED.
)TICE is hereby given that I
filed my final report and peti-
for final discharge as Execu-
Sthe Estate of Cora M. Sutton,
based; and 'that on the 5th day
ovember, 1960, will apply to:
honorablee S. P. Husband, Coun-
idge of Gulf County, Florida,
approval of said final report and
final ,discharge as executor of
State of Cora M. Sutton, De-
ed.
is 1 October, 1960.
FRED W. SUTTON
Executor of ithe Estate of
Cora M. Sutton, Deceased.
st C. Wimberly
ney for Executor
South Eglin Parkway 4t-10-13
Walton Beach, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
'COURT OF GULF-
COUNTY, FLORIDA
E: ESTATE OF FRED B.
TTON, DECEASED.
TICE is hereby given' that I
filed my final report and pe-
Sfor Final Discharge as Ex-.
r of the Estate of Fred B.
n, Deceased; and that on the
ay of November, 1960, will ap-
the Honorable S. P. Husband
ty Judge of Gulf County,. Plor-
for approval of said final re-
and for final discharge as ex.
r of the Estate of Fred B. Sut-
Deceased.
s 1 October, 1960.
FRED W. SUTTON,
Executor of the Estate of
Fred B. Sutton, Deceased.
it C. Wimberly


THANKS



A Million

To the Thousands of Loyal
Friends and Customers
who .voted In BOYLES,
Great Campaign for Cash
economy!


NOW MEET TOM

TURKEY!
Bringing You Gobbling
Good Buysl


Yes, My Friends .
You ,made October, .1960, a wonderful
month for BOYLES In spite of summer wea-
ther and up and down employment In this
area. We are most grateful that you kept
us on the hop the' entire month serving you
hot merchandise values from our Campaign
Hoplper. You made us happy, we made you
happy, and now we'll make our creditors hap-
py A Big Three Fold Victory for Business
Happiness and Human Relationshipl
Maybe you're wondering: "What next at
Boyles?" Well, we've only scratched the sur-
face! The next-project on Boyles Merchandise
Calendar is gonna be good even delicious
.. It's possible you'll even have it served on


The TUrkey Trots up with this one in
BOYLES Shoe Department
Men's fine quality, Guaranteed
.Randcraft (boy's, too)

OXFORDS and LOAFERS

$7.95 pair
They're internationally known! It's a fact the
price is $2.'00 to -.$3.00 a pair less than else-
where! New styles new colors. 6 to 12.


The Tattler


Published by

BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4261
222 REID AVE.- PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun"
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALL
STORE PERSONNEL


BOYLES


ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
EARLINE SNELL _. Ladies' and Children's Ready4o-Wear
GUY N. MIDDLETON ............... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes


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your Thanksgiving table! (No, Mr. Grocery-
man, we're not going in the food business)
We're just buying one of your fine turkeys and
providing a special parking meter (we'll feed
both the turkey and meter) for the bird. We
desire to add meat, life, color and feathers to
Special Turkey Trot offerings in merchandise
to be had at BOYLES during the Thankful
Month of November. One of our lucky, thank-
ful customers will get the Bird Free for a real
Turkey Feast. It's easy and simple just
sign your name on Boyles Free Register pad.
Nuff sedi Now for a few samples of the
Thankful Turkey Trot Specials that we know
you'll gobble up fast


The Turkey Trots in with this one for
our Ready-To-Wear!
Just Unpackedl
Ladles' Corduroy and Polished Cotton

SLIM JIMS

$1.95
New Winter colors, 'Size 10 to 44

'PERFECT FITTING DENIM JEANS
Lee and ,Suzy Jane... .Size 22 to 38


Guaranteed $4.95 Value $ 2 ana d 3.49
Horizontal Ribbed You'll Gobble Up these Turkey Trot
CORDUROY SHIRTS Winter Buys!
U I Ladles Challis
Turkey Trot Price
$3.95 60 W NS


SBo's Sizes $2.95 and FLANNEL PAJAMAS
luist reelived... Gorgeous fall colors. A goib- S 1
bling goods by t
S- Attractive colors 'and patterns. FHul cut,
Sanforized
Fine Drip Dry Cottons and plaid S'anforized
Flannels, All new patterns $195 Knit SKI PAJAMAS for boys $1.95


hse' few items represent only -a few
of the Gobbling Good Buys to be had ,during
our Thankful Turkey Tro fEvent Be sure to
check the New. Sportswear by Queen, Algnee
and Jane Irwill, Skirts galore, Sweaters by the
scored This one should put mothers in a trot:
$10.95 value 'wool and nylon blend coats for
girls 7 to 14 The Gobble up price Is only
$8.95 .. Unbeatablel
You must take a look at our large and
,complete display of Guaranteed Shoes for'
boys and girls .. you'd hardly believe the
Turkey Trot Pricesl Ladies, try on our fine
dress and casual Shoes. by Trim Tred and
Natural Bridge .. Walking, even trotting,
will be easy then'! See Fine Feathers (not tur-
key featheral) and Mojud Hosiery for the per-
fect compliment. And, men, you'll be thankful
to pay us $3.00 a pair less for our top quality
Rand Dress Shoes Real Gobbling Buys!
Another word ... Boyles Star Brand Work
Shoes are better Famous LEE work clothes
are guaranteed to fit better, look better and
wear longer than any other garments or your


Bo Williams and Robin Downs Named

'Citizen of Month At High School


This month's candidates for the
Citizen of the Month awards were
from the Junior High, Mike White,
David Babhbitt and Robin Downs.
Robin Downs won the honor.
The candidates from the Senior
High were: Bo Williams, Don Had-
den and Carolyn Kennedy. Bo WiM-
liams won the honor.
Mike White, an eighth grader ls


Attorney tor Executor
163 'South Eglin Parkway
Fort Walton Beach, Fla.


money back ... or a new garment FREEI
Boyles is headquarters in this area.
Before Turkey Trotting to bed, let's have
a little fun mixed with these' Gobbling Good
Buys in Merchandise A little poem with
a thought: "He who whispers down a well .
About the goods he has to sell Won't reap
as many golden dollars As he who climbs
a tree and hollers". Young housewife: "Is
this milk fresh?" Grocer: "Fresh? Why, three
hours ago it was grass" .Sandy: "I want a
cheap coat hanger". Salesperson: "Here's one
for three cents". "Three cents I want some-
thing much cheaper" Salesperson: "The nail
department is down two aisles to the left".
Inasmuch as this epistle Is getting too long
and our Turkey Trot Juke Box Is almost emp-
tied for this week we'll Just make an abrupt
STOP. Bless your thankvul value Gobbling
heart! -RGB
P. S. "The windows of Heaven are not In
the sky Heaven's Infinite riches with me
lie."


member of the Science Olub.
Bo Williams, a senior s the son
of Mr. and 'Mrs. Ben Williaams. They
live at St. Je at St. Beach. Bo s presi-
dent of the Student Body and a
member of the Key Club.
Don Hadden, a senior, is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Dot Hadden. They
reside at 1314 Garrison Ave. Don
is 'a member of the Annual staff.
'Carolyn Kennedy, a senior, is the


the son of Mr. and Mrs..John White
and lives at 520 8th Street. Mike
is a member of the Student Coun-
cil
Rolbin Downs is a seventh grad-


or and is the son of 'Mr. and Mrs. neice of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. How-
R. E. Downs. He lives at 600 Ken- ell and lives at 505 Ninth St.
any's Mill. Robin 'is a member of
the Student Council.
David Dalbbitt is the son of Rev.
and Mrs. Harry Babbitt. They live estCHAIN LINK FENCE: For W BAll
at 116 Hunter Circle. David is a 7-3974. tt-7-28


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1107 GARRISON AVE.







together Ay offret e prayers'
of the-.Mae& -mtbi' owmlii
atherB; Paul Hogarty, Pastor at
Saint Josepi'B m iged the people~
to ready-their families' tot the unity
-pf all Obristians around-th *Lortd's
Table. This unit", father said,
"was: prayed- tor by our Blessed.
L -diis reaffirmed lby Pope John's
mY, e for an Ecumenical Uouncll,


ETA UPSILON PLEDGES-Lett to right, Mesdames H. Hall, Edward McGill, Bill Brown, Edwin Peters,
Ralph Ward, Lee Taylor, Bill Wager, Braxton Ward, Terry Hinote, Dave Jones, Gordon Ferris, Harry
.Murphy, Bill Merchant, Gene Martin and John Scott. (Star paoto)'


Eta Upsilon "

Chapter Installs

Members Thursday
Eta Upsilon Chapter of B.ita
Sigma Phi sorority held a candle-
light pledge 'ceremony in athe pri-
vate dining room, of the St. Joe
Motel Restaurant Thursday niaht_
at-8:00. pm .
Those receiving their pledge
pinsa were Mrs. John F. &Scott, Mra.
Lee Taylor, Mrs. Gordon Farris,
-Mrs. Terry -inote, Mrs.. Harrison-
Hall, Mrs. Chutney Martin, Mrs.
Harry Murphy, ,Mrs. Braxton Ward,
Mrs. Walter Brown; Mrs. Bill Mer-


Catholic School ofReligion Hears Talk
Of Parents Place In Religious Education


aJ. .
At Saint Joseph's Parish, the Par- mnary tea
ent Teaohers' Association of ,the child' mo
School of Religion admt under the ly in this
direction of its president, Jack tion. 'Pare
'M'ahon. In this religious education gion 'teach
program, he is assisted iby a slate is only sa
of able officers: Mrs. William Wa- The Sc4C
ger, first vicesipresident and chair- profession
.man of teachers; Claude Gautreaux ly trained
second (vice-president .and chairdran Mary Alic
of 'transportation; Dillon Srmith, endeavors
'third vice-president and chalnman tal effort
of helpers; Mrs. John Lewis, sae- method's ,a
retary and Mrs. George Tapper, and to as
publicity representative. ularly. tha
thei. noare


wing position of 'each
their and father, especial-
field of religious educa-
ents are God's first rell-
hers. The parish program
upplealeOntary.
0ool of Religioln under the
al supervision of expert-
catechlstsa such as Sister
e.and Sister John Thomas
'.to stimulate the paren-
s with their experienced
md .appropriate materialss,
isemble 'the children reg-
t tihe .weekly efforts of
ant.% ba e fu'l &le in formal


chant, Mrs. Ralph -Ward, Mrs. ld- Sister Joan Th oma, of thO M- eprei ,D eo
win McGill and Mrs. William .F. sonary Servants of the Most Bles-. xprship.
Wager, chapter sponsor. ed Trinity, addressed the group The PTA parishioners view-ed
Mrs. Dav1d Jones and .Mrs. Ed- as the personal representative of ,the Catholic Hour filmn, The Holy
win Peters, members, assisted in the Oonfratennity of -Christian Doc- Siacrlfice of.the Mass, while they
conducting in 'the pledge 'ritual trine of the Diocese of MotblIe-Bir- -were enjoying their coffee. This
icre0ronBy. Members dif It~e ('qit'i ingham. "Each parent is appoint- film demonstration' oft the Roman
Council of Panama City .conducted ed by Ailmlighty God' 'directly to Rite for the Divine 'Sacrifice made
the ceremony. teach their children 'of His love," the DLast :Supper ceremony more
.After the candlelight ceremony Sister Ibegan. Her talk 'to the teach- cO'ear than ever. before. The priest
.each pledge was presented with a cr and parents stressed the pri- at the altar faced 'the people, and
yellow rose, the sorority flower.


entsf and'. ChiftTen sar naits 9by-
their knowledge and iovo- of God.
To this end is. our SbooL of T Re-

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Located at Lewis Brothers Garage, North of Overpass
We Fabricate and Install All Types Sheet Metal
TERMITE SHIELDS GUTTER and DOWN SPOUTS
DUCT WORK
For the Month of November we will install ..
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6" GUTTER 70c per foot
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PHONE BAII 7-7321
Port S.t Joe, Fla.


JUNIOR TEEN DAYS
(Sub Teen)

ee ungalow 7SA00

1010 PALM BOULEVARD

thursday, Friday and Saturday November 3 to 5
Reg.- $6.95 ,
SLIM JIMS ---- Teen Days Special, $5.79
PReg. $7.95
SWEATERS Teen Days Special, $6.89
RBg. $8.96
TEENS WOOL SKIRTS Teen Special, $6.99

MANY OTHER SPECIALS FOR TEENS, GIRLS
and MISSES
Register for Free Book of 8 & H Green Stamps to be Given
Away Each Week Until Christmas'


Box 231.


NoticE ...
-pnaEtaeaibiW fereituifore -arStin3g SB-
Sween *Martil..!J. !gley, Jr., na :
Robert D. Sidwell, underr 'the tfrm
name of Natlonal Radio of Portt St.
Joe (WJOE) and l raecR. dhop,:
d 1bua nss at Ward P(Ige and.
PQSt. Jog, Glf County, FlorJda,
the 31st day of October, A,
0~ Q, dissolved, iby mniltUaih co&
sa t t Martin. J. Begtoy Jri
a, nd Roi D. 'Swell wml
c tie the t Iness at the
e, paceaunn4e inew t hn name
t :Jknown as ttlea J4 Enter:
e' and he authorized to
c T, receive an receipt- for anll
mn Ii s due said i' anesses.and the
Is tkobert D.* .dwell shall dis-.
ccge all obligations of said part-
n lpi and! perform all of its iam-
eauted contracts and if-e said
itSbert D. *Sidwell. shall be- solelyzre-
esponaible tor ay -obligatilons in-
curred after October 31, 1960.
MARTIN J. BEGLEY, Jr.
ROBERT D. SIDWELL



WADS


Here's .kreal alloween real
that's no j'ick at all to make
they'ree ca~led Cnerry Spooks
md are fjut perfect for a Hal-
oween dinner, snack, or party
2 #803S 1 lb.) cans water ..
pack rtdi cherries*
":-J cup sujrt
-4 tablespuIns corn starch
. teaspoon salt
V2 teaspoon cinnamon
2 teaspoons lemon juice .*
/z package pihe crust mix
SCombine'cherries, sugar,
cornstarch salt and cinnamon.
cook until thick and clear,
stirring constantly. Add lemon
Juice. Pour into 6 individual
dessert dishes. Prepare pie crust
mix from package directions.
poll %-in. nick. Cut out pum-
kin faces. Bake in hot oven,
t500F., for 7 to 8 min. Place
pumpkin face on each cherry des-
smrt. yield: 6 cherry cobblers.
S(Omit sugar if sweetndi
ted p~ierriea are used.)


Watch This Space
Lfor

DAIRY QUEEN'S 2 for 1 SALE!
on MILKSHAKES and HAMBURGERS
Plan your entertaining parties for Friday and Sat-
urday, November 11 and 12. We will accept phone
calls Thursday for Friday or Saturday orders.
You will be given a number to ask for to get your
order.
PHONE BAII 7-7181

None Sold Before 11.00 A.M., Friday, November 11

DBRURIY QUEEN

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FOR s A FOOD FOR


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FROM THE WHITE HOUSE To The COURT HOUSE


TUESDAY,


NOVEMBER 8


For President


John F. Kennedy


For Vice-President




Lyndon B. Johnson



For Congress


Bob Sikes


State Democratic Candidates


Governor:


FARRIS BRYANT


Secretary of State:


Treasurer:


TOM ADAMS


J. EDWIN LARSON


Attorney General: RICHARD ERVIN
Supt. Public Instruction: TOM D. BAILEY
Comptroller: RAY E. GREEN
Com. of Agriculture: DOYLE CONNOR
Railroad and Public
Utilities Com.: EDWIN LEE MASON
Supreme Court Justice: GLENN TERRELL
Supreme Court: CAMPBELL THORNALL
. Supreme Court: STEPHEN J. O'CONNELL
Judge, District Court
of Appeals: DONALD K. CARROLL


DISTRICT and COUNTY
Democratic Candidates
Circuit Court Judge: ROBERT L. McCRARY
Circuit Court Judge: E. CLAY LEWIS, Jr.
Circuit Court Judge: W. L. FITZPATRICK
State Senator: DEMPSEY J. BARRON
State Representative: CECIL G. COSTIN, Jr.
Sheriff: BYRD E.. PARKER
Clerk Circuit Court: GEORGE Y. CORE
County Judge: SAM P. HUSBAND
Tax Assessor: SAMUEL A. 'PATRICK
Tax Collector: HARLAND 0. PRIDGEON
Supt. Pub. Inst.: THOMAS A. OWENS
County Commissioner:
Dist. 1: A. J. STRICKLAND
Dist. 3: G. S. CROXTON
Dist. 5: LEO KENNEDY
Member, Board of Public Instructioh
Dist. 2: CARTER WARD
Dist. 4: C.E. BOYER-
Sup. Registration: MRS. C. G RISH
Prosecuting Atty.: SILAR R. StONE
Harbormaster: H. M .HAMMOCK
Small Claims Judge: J. C. MARTIN


Sponsored By Gulf County Democratic Executive Committee
y",. .. .


SAMUEL A. PATRICK, Sec.-Treas.


A. D. LAWSON, Chairman
(Paid Political Advertisement)


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