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IIENTY~-'rHlRD YEAR THURSDAY, AUGUST 2 ~ PORT S$T. JOIZ, FLORIDA
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';. FARRIS BRYANT, Gove,rnor-ele.t r,f th,- St'.te of FI.:.r.l: .lo:ates S.tateS Roal 30-A (form .rl- U ;i' '
S.-i..1 ithe Gulf County Commission told the Goveraor-eleot needed resurfacing. Bryant heard numer-
o us requests from County officials, 'Port St. Joe officials and Wewaihitflila offloials for several spro-
Joets needed' for this area In Bryant's visit to Gulf Oounity Friday. Looking on. axe, left to rig'hit, Leo
I.ennedy, county commissioner-elect, Port St. Joe 'a Lrney Ben Dickens, Bryant, Port St. Joe commis-
'roner rantk Hamnnon, Representative Cecil 0G.' ostin, county commissioner Coleman W. Tharpe and
Port St. Joe Commissioner Joihn Robert Smith. (Star photo)
tBryant Hears Plea For Better
Roads For City and County
Gulf County governmental bodies were primarily concerned
with good roads, both primary and secondary as they told their
aeeds to Governor-elect C. Farris Bryant here in the City Hall
Council Chambers last Friday afternoon. Members of the City
CoyPnissions in the County were desirous of having some legis-
tation passed to aid the cause in paving municipal roads and
trets with some help from the state.
Gulf County Requests
L-1 itnaktornyv ,, rBen.ikrens nre- 'hw* .. .Ci iun.d.
ead the several items drawn up
,by the ( C'uty Caommlissioners as
UliL Lr de irA ,'; for Gulf' Oclunntv.
The, fir.:t request was for a way-
siiie park located somewhere ina
Gulf Oounty. Dickens stress-ed the
!m x, for such a pa c due to the
iSetace to Ithe Mexico Beach park
au [thoe crowded conditions at this
Cl n County also presented tho
iwd lor :tirp,'- L faciliities in Gulf
Cointy, lbut they expressed the d's-
sdre to dlbtain the airport through
Several read itHem were brought
to the attention of the Govemror-
eloct as needed in Gulf Couinty.-
A new bridge for the Intriacoastali
amal ait Oyvietistreet wias reco'm-
mend'ed. The CDounty pointed out
fit 'he oald boating bridge spaw-
nting the canal at this point was
S SlommUsSsI I '- -1e1111 "1
thae re-i.outing t- TJ. S. 98 to by-
'pa-ss y":, .! Aa-.iorc se Base, but
not to by-pass Mexieo Beach'. The
re-routing 'was requseted' to avoid
'the congestion of Tynda'll Air Force
Base amid to replace old, narrow
ThIe -Commission also asked' that
State Road' 71 between Port St.
Joe and White City be resurfaced.
It was pointed out that this road
wais surfaced five years ago with
an enxp erimenital process and the
process didn't work lout It was al-
so suggested that State Road 30
('old U. S. 98) -be resurfaced. It 'wns
pointed out that this road was in
ihe -ibudget but could be withdrawn.
Bryant was urged to block any
wdithdrawail of these funds due to
the use of 'the road to serve ,the
Cape Sai Blias tracking site.
'vety old. The fact that at was, a Gulf -Comuty's inseCt control pro-
floating bridge made 'it dangerous. gram was brought up for study.
It was .pointed out that the Over- It was pointed out that although
Sitteet road was an, avenue of es- the local program wais being car-
cage during hurricanes .for beach tried out well, -it was not enough to
people and' high tides made the keep down the dog flies in this
fiaeting bridge dangerous and pos- area. More research and eradica-
szlly incoperabilie during these times., tion was requested in this arae.
'flie tact that the bridge is 'out for A Voat launching ramp was also
altout two 'weeks each year for re- requested for ithe Intracoastal Can-
pirs was, also brought out. ,al at White City.
iThe Counity recomnmennd'ed that The CounAty pointed out that they
Ste Road 22 from Wewahitchka were willing to do a's much self
SPanama City Ibe resurfaced. help as possible in any of these
MIAMI BEACH, PIla.-Delegates attending the recent Natitonal
iiassO,.ti.i.' 'of County Officials (August 14-17) Silver Annu emary
i anfraoue toured facilities of Dade C'ounty Port Authority and
s'.--pniect.-il the modern Miami Intenmational Airport in a study of
- 4 report hotel and concession operations, baggage handling, and
I arkiug iftoilities, viewing from the control tower are, 'left to right:
C. Harden, Sr., Ohairman of the Gulf County Commission; Dade
'o.u,truyL Commassioners Robert M. Haverfield and Alexander S. Gor-
LCon; J,-hn Btidzein lof Milwaukee, Wisconsin- and George Y. Core,
l ark o.f rhe Oircuit Court, Gulf County. (Miami-Metro News Photo)
projects, but they desired the help
and' encouragement of the State in
bringing ,these projects about.
The cities of Port St. Joe and
'I-ewwhitehka were botlih coLcarned
wzth finding some way ,to fiuance
tte paving of city streets. Com-
,missioners John Robert Smiih1 and
Fr'uik Hanuoua and Wewvahitchka
City Abtox-ey, ,ea. Dicki-u: t, told
of -the needs for street paviu:; :n
both cities but could not find there
means 'of raising tthe funds to do
The representatives of 'the tvwo
cities urged the Governor to see
if tihe Legislature couldn't come
up with some ,method of fianeiang
the paying of city s.treets.
Bryant islaid this was a problem
all over ithe state, and with the
higi cost o f paving, all cities were
being faced with 'the probleta of
finding the money 'to construct
The city of Wewahltchka asked
for help 'from the Florida Develop-
iment Oommisision in their current
project of planning a moderniaa-
tion and expansion of their water
Bryant asked if beach erosion
wasn't a problem in Gulf county,
eance 'he had ran into this problem
in other waterfrontt counties. Jame s
T. McNeill said, the problem did
'exist on rthe Gulf side of St. Joe
point and Indian Pass beach, but
that other areas in the county were
not seriously 'bothered with -this
Bryasnt asked about develop-
ments outside city limits and sew-
er problems. It was pointed out
that Port St. Joe, especially, has
this problem, due to the high wa-
tter table. Bryant suggested a local
study ibe made of this problem and
of expanding the city limits anid
I seeking some method of providing
sanitary i.;ilil in congested
areas where they are needed.
Port Sit. Joe got in a parting blow
'by requesting a rehabilitation of
ConstitutAion Park, ,because of its
"historical value. Bryant said he
was very familiar .with Constittu-
tiAon Park as he had vated for ap-
propriationAs or the park before,
'when he was in the Legislature.
To Pier Prolect
The State Obinet, trustees of
the Internal Improvement Fund
conducted a pub-lie hearing but
maid'e no. immediate decision on a
proposal to build a rotly contested
commercial t1-l.iu;' pier at St. Joe
Walter H. Owens of St. Joe Beachh
is seeking permission to construct
About 40 property owners ram
Gulf County, living in the vicinity
of lthe proposed pier appeared ,be-
o.re the Improvement Fund object-
iig to the pier voicing 'the opinion
.that construottin of thde pier-would
deface their property, hIn addition
tbo the Gulf County opposition, say-
eral citizens of G-adiden and Leon
Counties owning property inn the vi-
cinity, also voiced .their opposition
ot. the (pier.
All 'the .:.L.j.-,t..i', in the (Guif of
Mexico beachh real estate develop-
iment argued hbat ,the 300-foot struc-
itare would interfere twilth thwer
right of 'access to adjacent areas of
Owens' attorney, Cecil G. CoSitin,
Jr.t 'seaicd ,the objectorst were mistak-
eu in *thinking they had access to
all areas of the 'beach. The original
developer, Basil E. KeInney, reserv-
ed to himself Uthe '70-ftoat strips on
the beach in frotof oi streets 'built
: ,...;L I the development. The pier
would hbe locabed on one otf tese
stripv between rthe waerfr nt and
U. S. 98.
Although no decision was forth--
coming Tuesday, :te committee
said 'i hey probably would 'hamd
down it decision beoieo their next
meeiiiing date, which is Tuesday,
Should Uhe decision go against
Owens, the matL.er i closed.
The connui'ttee's decision will be
final in. ;his instance.
Should the decision go against
the objectors 'they have the right
to take t"he matter into court.
The committee is made up of the
Comnmisnaioner of Agriculure, Lee
Thompson; Comptroller, Ray E.,
G'een; Attorney General, Richardl
. '. ,.
Good In St. Joe
'Port St. Joe Ischools will open
for their 1960-61 year of study on.
Monday, Auguist 29 with another
record enrollment expected in both
the Elementary and High Schools,.
Principal Hubert RKlhairds of the
Port St. Joe Elementary School
says the is aitilcipiating only a smanu
increase in that school this year.
Ricohards reports that the school
now has 'about' 100 first graders
registered for the new year; At this
time last year, Rilchards said the
school :had .nigeitered' 78 Eirst grad-
ers. Richards ,said he is. loolding or
an enrollment of aboutt 600 to start
school this year in a11 aim grades.
Last year, the average enrollment
Much repair *work has gone nto
,tLe Elementary School buildings to
ready them for thae new school year.
New awning type windows, are
,being -installed. in ,the two onebtioiry
bullduinigs. Rtichards ays t MiAs will
improve ,their heating situation in
the buildings ,as ithe o1 d windows
were dry-rotted and talking apart,
allowing col' air leakage into the
winter time and taxing the heating
facilities. Richards said tbat some
of the old 'windows could not be
opened due to their conditton cau-
irng a ventilation problem in tlhe
several hot months in which school
is in progreea
All of the ibidAhnge have beeoa
raiaited throughout. iAinid. Richards
said thait the. -physlcal piacnt. theI
school is tin better shape now than
i' has been in a long time.
The teacher iluaition at both the
Elementary and High School is
very good. Both schools are open
ing their doors with ftll accredited
faculties. The only vacancy Ia a
music teacher for tihe Elemenitary
O'Kyson inutrmed 'the group -that
his company Is prepared to begin
service in Septemlber with .wo
round' 'trip lights daily between
TaeaiItassee, Dothan 'and Apalachi-
cola. The proposed plan would open
this area toa air transport to large,
terminals such as AtlaAnt i"t- Isi-
mningham with connections for na-
tional and world-wid'e travel.
SMayor Neate of Apalachico'a,
Mayor Stoarit of Port St- Joe, c tl.
zses fomn Carrabelle and Lanark
Vi'iage have endorsed 'the plan anI
offer all possible supposit
O'Kyson said his company ser-
Ervin,; Governor, Leroy Colli..n.s'
rod Sale Treasorer, J. Edwin School. Both p cApals, M car vice would nneot this area with
d tte Treasrer, J.of the Elementary and Leroy Bow- 22 cito'ecin Florida, Georgia, Ala-
s. ______ doin of the High School have glow- bamla 9d' Tennessee.
Ing words for their faculty this The Apalachicola O, amber of
Florida Counties Tout year. Commerce in conjunction with the
Both principal said this s the Chamber of Commerce in Port St.
Faubus For President first year in Some time that they.Joe and Carrahelle and Lamark
Saven't had to hunt teachers. iVillage Association, are comrnpiling
Apparently at least 25 registered High School Facilities staitttics to appraise passenger and
voters in, Gulf County want Gover- Leroy Bowdoin says that the air freight potential. Mr. O'Kyson
nor Orval Faubus of Arkansas for High School will ot fare so well said a minimum of four passengers
Preiad-ent and Admiral John G. in building space. Bowdoi says daily from tahe area would 'be nec-
Cronmmelin of Alabama for vice- that he is looking for an emolmnlant essay to make the service profit-
lresident, of about 650 this year, compared able. Local seafood dealers are of
These 'voters presented' a peti- with 570 'lat year. Bowdoln said
tion, along with petitions from five that last year's pupil load comn- Funeral Services Held
other coumities asking that electors pletely filled the available space For Mrs. Isabella Hutto
be. put on tblie ballot pledged to Fau- and that "arrangmeents" will have
bus and Crommelin. to 'be made this. yt. Funeral services were held yes-
The law states that electors of The high school is now 'begminidg terday afternoon for Mrs. Isabella
other than the major parties may to face the tremendous 0 ce prob- Villar Hutto, age.69, from the Pen-
be placed on the ballot if petition-s lems that met the Elementary tecostal Church in Highland View
of 25 registered voters from 34 grades a few years ag. wi itthe pastor, Rev. J. J. Hill, of-
counties are received. Bowdoin warned that omfe roomi I ficatieg. Services were held at
Counties other -than Gult tilling will -be needed at 'the High School 3:30 p.m.
petitions are Okaloosa, Manatee, by next year. Interment wa the Jehn Cem-
Bay, Osceola and Seminole coun- Both schools will be closed on etery in Wewahitchka.
ties. Labor Day, Monday, September 5. Mrs. Huitto passed away Monday
in tae Port Sit. Joe Municipal Hos-
W lter C. Dodson Named Savigs homae here with her grand neice,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Peak at their
Bond Chairman In South Gulf County hom on irst-street.
Mrs. Hutto is survived by a num-
bar otf teidce and nephews and one
Walter C. Dodson, Vice President and Cashier of the Florida Na.- gra nelce, Mrs. Roy O. Peak ofn
tionax Bank at Port St. Joe has been appointed Volunteer OChbrma. of Po St. Joe
the United States Savings Bond Committee for South Gu lf Couty, it Comforter Funeral Home was in
has been announced by Victor H. Northcutt of Tampa, Ohairman of charge of arrangements.
the Florida Advisory Committee.
-by the school office in ithe Oeuiten-
nial Building Wednesday, Septem-
ber 7, between the hours of 3:00
and 6:00 p.m. to register and help
arrange your classes.
The only cost to the pupil is a
$3.00 regisitbraion flee which helps
The Gulf County Adult institute pay the light and fuel -bill.
will start classes Wednesday, Sep-
Itember 7. Amy -adult who would like Anyone ,desiring further -informa-
,to earn a .high school diploma, ition. contact H. F. Ayers, Director
brush p orn your w math, or any oth- Gulf Corunty Adult Institute, Phone
er subject may do so by attending office 7-5321 or home 7-3986.
afternoon ior night classes.' A
course will hbe offered in any regu- n Vacation
lar high school subjects provided Off On Vacation
,there is a minimum of 15 pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pate and
All who are interested in any children are spending this week va-
works of this nature should come cationing in the mountains.
Mr. Dodson succeeds S. L. Barke,
former President ofi the bank 'who
relinquished the committee posIt
because of retire ement after service
in his vTol-unteer capacity aice De-
Mfr. Northcutt stated that it is
niost grTftifyiig to the Treasury
Department to have people of the
high community standing of Mr.
Barke and Mr. Dodson, who are
willing to devote their time and
energies -to the task of keeping
their fellow citizens ina the ar-ses
they represent aware of -the splen-
did attrtibutes of tUnited Stl-6s
Savings Bonds, as a savingL media
for our people and as a means of
assisting the government to bull-
wark our nationAl ecoanoni sta-
the opinion air freight shipments ot
seafood would add substantially to
support of -the service. In addition
to passenger traffic geerartlig
from Gulf -and Franklin c,:untie-., it
is anticipated that the ase '
would 'be used extensively by sport
fishermen from the 22 cities sche-
duiedi for regular service. This will
add considerable passenger traffic
for return flights from Apalachi-
Dick Spillers is shown above
with a small sailfish that he
caught in St. Joseph Bay last
week. The fish was 22 inches
long. According to Spillers, the
sailfish doesn't ordinarily ,rhab-
it waters in this area, and to
catch one is a rarity.
Two of these small sails were
caught in this area during the
past two weeks. The other was
caught by Bob Sidwell.
Engineers Warn of Danger To Boaters
In Vicinity of Canal Dredge Work
The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers warns boaters and skilers
that a dredge boat operating in the Gulf County canal is dangerous
if approached too closely or too fast.
The Engineers warn these water sportsmen that there are
wires, cables and dredge arms extending out from the dredge
underwater that are dangerous if the dredge is approached too
closely. The wires and cables move the underwater tubes dredging
out the channel. The dredge is constantly moving these arms
which brings the cables and wires just above or just under the
water. Boaters or skilers going over these wires and cables stand
a good chance of hitting them and possibly causing injury.
The dredge operators caution skiers and boaters to give the
dredge plenty of room when you pass it, and slow your craft down
so that dredge operators might lower underwater obstructions
out of danger, should you happen to travel over It.
Term Start ay
WINDOW REPAIRS are 'being made in the Port St. Joe Elementary
School bunidings, ranging 'tihe old sash type wiaddow t0o aluminum
awaing windows. The new windows are expected to help with th4e
hiealtinig problem of the school aaid also provide better ventilation
dju'ng the warm months. (Star ihaoto)
Area Officials Join In Requesting
Air Service To Apalachicola Airport
From The Apallaeahico.la Times
Gerald O'Kyson, representing the Dixie Airways of West Point,
Georgia, met with the Apalachie oa Chamber of Commerce Airport
Committee eani d terested citizens from Gulft and Franklin Oountles
Tuesday evening fat 1ast week to discuss plans for passenger ani air
fredgiht service for tisl s area.
Reception Honors Newlyweds
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Herri!igton
were honored with a tea at the
home of Mrs. Rex Addison on. Hun-
rter Circle Saturday afternoon, Au-
gust 20. Mr. Herrington is princi-
pal of the Highland View School
and Mrs. Herrington, 'the former
Miss Marjorie Brevard of Nashville,
Tennessee is a fourth grade teach-
er In the Tyndal AFB Schools.
They were married July 29 and
live in their home on: St. Joe Beach.
Guests for the afternoon were
administration and facult-, mnem-
bers of the local schools. Hostesses
were Mrs. Jack Mahonm, Mr.;. Par
via Howell, Mrs. Clyde Fi.' aand
The party rooms were gar vwith
Rummer flowers, carrying ou' the
color scheme of the bride's enseim-
bl,e soft pink anmd white. The tea
table was overlaid with a hand
made linen cloth an dwas cejLere;;
with an arrangement of white
cbryaanfthemums flanked by white
,t'apeonrs silver candelabra.
Pouring during the calling hours
w.ere Mrs. Sidney Anchors, Mis.
Ben Dickens, Mrs. John Robert
Smith and MTs. Howell.
Photo shows Mrs. John Robert
Smith sreving Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Takes Off On Trip
Mrs. E. F. -Gun m accompanied ,her
daughter, Ernma Fran to T1homas-
Ville, Georgia, Saturday, where
they were met tby Mrs. Guan's bro-
ther, Fred Scott. Miss Guna and
Mr. Scott then departed for New
York City where they will' vacation
for a Ifew days, returning through
'W.viu..4imoi, D. C. and the moun-
taius of North Carolina.
L TO CHURCH SUNDAY
ib *fr on your prind5nu in a ign of qu.allti.
SEPT. 1 9 to 12 a.m.
Open September 2
MRS. CHARLES BROWN
MRS. NORTON KILBOURN
MRS. WALTER JOHNSON
IIrir ii I I' =
Tyndall Air Force Base Toastmasters
Club Brings Program to Kiwanis Club
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
wias presented an unusual iand in-
teresting program Tuesday by sev-
eral members of the Tyndjall Air
Force Base Toastnmaster'ts Olub.
The Toastmaster's Club is an or-
ganization, along civic club lines
which accustoms its members to
speaking in public.
M-embers of the Tyndall Club of-
fering the program were John Mc-
Leister, Bill Nugent, Oharles Wat-
'kins, Hal Kelley, Bernie Miles annd
Hal Horton. Club members *made
talks before the Kiwanis Club and
were timed and judged for their
nmetlhod of presenting their address.
Menimbers of ithe Toastmaster's Clob
acted as judges while ,other mem-
bers delivered 'their addresses.
An especially iunterestillg portion
'of the program, was rthe d-emonstra-
tion of how a Toastre's Club meet-
ing is conducted. Several of the
Kiwanis members, Bob King, Har-
old Oid'um, Frank Hannon, Bob S'id-
'well' v and John Robeat Smith were
given sealed envelopes conital ing
a subject on which they were to
speak for one minute. Members of
the Toast naster's Club get their
training for extemporaneous speech
making -in this manner. This ex-
ercise traais the speaker to think
whiile ie is on his feet. The local
Kiwanians rose to the 2occasioin
with "heart" speaking on such di-
verse subjects as "Why I Am Mov-
inrg From Port St. Joe Back 'to Sop-
choppy", ito the deeply theoreticoa
,subject of, "Even Though Law-suits
Are Penidng I Offer This Valuaible
Hial Horton of the visiting Toast-
mnasters evaluated the entire pro-
gram ,as to delivery, presentation,
John Drew was the program
cihairmnan for the day.
American Cancer Society
Will Meet Tonight
The 'atinual meeting of the Gulf
County Unit of ithe Amnerican Ca'\n-
cer -'.. '..-*. will 'be held Thl-irsday
night .at 8:00 'p.m. at 'the Florida
Anyone 'interested ib Cancer
work is cordially inirvited to attend.
A special invitation i s issued Ito
officers, the Board of Directors,
and those who worked in the Can-
Awards will 'be given for out-
Reception To Honor
'iThe congregation of St. James'
Episcopal Chlurch will entertain
their new miiisater, Rev. Harry A.
BahbtIt, Mrs. Babbitt and their sons
Harry, Jr., *and David with a recep-
tion Thursday evening, September
1 from 8:00 until 9:30 Ip.m. in the
A cordial invitalWion is issued to
everyone to meet and visit with
the new minister and his family.
The Rev. Babbitt comes to Port
St. Joe from Jacks'onville 'where he
was Assistant edtor at St. Mark's
Church .and was Priest in Charge
of Missions at Cedar Key and, Wil-
Speaks To Rotary
Rotarian Leroy Boawdoin was the
guest speaker at the Rotary Club
-m LLog last Thursday. Bowdoinn
spoke informally amd anLswered
a host of questions on the situa-
tion at Port St. Joe High School
for 'this coming year.
Bowdoin said ,that the school is
now ottering a first rate curriTcu-
lum that stands local 'students in
,good stead when they report for
college work. The curriculum tilis
year features aveen years of math,
four social studies, well-rouMnded
science program, four years of Eng-
lish .plus college [.er.ator'y Enag-
lish. For graduation purpose ,the
school requires that a student take
four years of English, two years of
science, three years social studies,
two years matth, two years physi-
cal education and one yaer of home
economics for girls. Boys need 12
credits of required subjects to gr-a-
du'te aDd girls 13.
As for the physical plant at the
school, Bowdoin said that the -build-
ing will hbe filled to capacity even
with new rooms constructed last
year. He paredicotodi that next year,
at least two new rooms would beo
mandatory for good clasrosooim
Bowdoin said that 570 students
,started 'the fihst of the year in the
Mrs,. Jimmy Sadler
Mr. ,an.a Mrs. G. K. Dorrmany of Port Sit. Joe (aaulnounce 'the niar-
riage of their 'daughter, Dorothy Rea to Jimmy Sladler, -son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. Saedler, also of this city.
The wedding was an event of Sunday, Auguist 21 at 2:00 p.im. at
rthe home of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Darmany. Rev. Cha-les Hiartleral,
pastor of the Oak Grove Assembly of God Church performed the
icereniony. Mitiss IDormnaiy 'and Mr. Sadler were .married in a double
wedding, along with Mr. Sadler's ,sister, Msis. Alice Diane Sadler
and Robert J. Tucker.
,standing service. No cards axre to High and Junior Schools last year.
be sent so those interested are to H'e expects Tan ,..IuIL_, day enroll-
consider' htlis ithei rinvitiatifonu to mnent of 650 on' the first day of
this annual meeting. school itIs year.
COMPLETE FURNISHINGS for Back To School fashions for the college boy or girl .
Complete wardrobes for Junior and High Schoolers.
'" ":-' ." J "j
By DICKIES / "
Coats and Suits
Ivy styling, contour cut. Sizes
Small, Medium, Large
Slim, Regular, Huskies
Sizes 2 thru 16
Curlee and Sewell
$39.95 to $75.00
We Would Not Forget the
Young Lady ...
WHITE STAG and
MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR
"Outfitters for Dad6 & Lads"
Mrs. Robert J. Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Saddler of Port St. Joe announce the mar-
Tiage of their daughter, Alice Diane Seadler to Robert J. Tucker, son
of Mr. land Mrs. Jake Tucker of East Point. The wedding was an
event of Sunday, Augtist 21. The ceremony was performed in thep
home of Mr. and MrS. G. K. Dormiany on Madison Avenue in Oak
Grove. Rev. Charles Harthern, pastor of the Oak Grove Assembly
of God Chu-rch performed the ceremony. Miss Sadler and Mr.
Tucker were married in a double wedding with Miss Sadtler's bro-
'ther, Jimmy Sadler and his bride, Dorothy Rea Dormany.
Built to Any Stage of Completion
On Your Lot
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PHONE BAl1 7-7741 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
Mr. and: Mrs. Wilburn A-'1"
Txaylor announce the birth Oa a
ivMark Tracy on August 21. -
Mr. amd Mrs. James Theo ,
innuounce the birth of a b." v
Joseph Michael on August 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L: Aul
DUbbs announce the birth -o ,,
ziri. Rarni z i. i. .ui;r .-*
S Ir. .nd Mi'- Ed Frank ..
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OF WHAT HAPPENED ^,,
WHEN THE ENEMY 'L
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Wed., Thursday nd Friday. .
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1960
BRINSON-BROWN WEDDING VOWS
EXCHANGED SUNDAY, AUGUST 14
On .SAlay, August 14, at 4:00 of organ nuptial mus.'
o'clock In the 'evening, Mis-s Sara The notheroft ithe 'bride chose.
Elizabeth Brinson. and Le3. A. tor her daughter's wedding a street
Brown, Tr., ware united in holy length gown, ot willow green crepe
martrimony in a double ring core- -eaturing a bodice of lace and, cap-
antony a the Flarst Methodist Oturolh ped sleeves. The skirt was ashion-
in' Port..St, Joe. Tae Rev. John 4d to a fitted waist ending in a
Carmichael officiated at th3 cere- soft side-drape. Small flowers and
mi. ...,. .- long shirred gloves, and' anmatching
Ihe bride is the daughter of Mr. clippers oomipleted her cosbme.
an. Mrs. Roger Hubert Brinsoi of Her corsage was of yellow rosebudsI
PorL St. Joe. The ibridegroom is and green velvet rose leaves.
the ,on- of. Mr. and' Mrs. Leo A. The bride, who entered on the
Brown, Sr., of Brunswick, Georgia.
The church was very beautifully
derated -ter the ceremony. The
choir oit was ibearked' 'with magno-
Ula treas. Before this were placed
'two. seven-branched floor candel-
abra 'holding 'burning white tapers.
The. church altar held on either
side arrangements of gold rvaes
of giant chrysanthemums, gladioli
end white manmi, centered with the
Holy Cros.s. The altar tah; was
covered with a dainty white linen.
cloth. Two floor vases tillis with
whiite gladioli, giant. imunms. and,
Ompomas completed ithe decora-
tiona of the saituary. Family
pews were marked with 'white sa-
in bows. .
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. M..
P. Tomlinson presented a p ogram.
arm of her father was very lovely
in a street length gown of soft
champagne summer lace. T-he gown
featured a bauieau neckline and a
flt-ted' skirt. A pleated cummerbund
of matching champagne ch-ifon ac-
cented her small waist. Her veil
was of soft beige, accented' 'with
small matching flowers of felt and
Uny seed, pearl. Her lbono acoes
series completed her attire. The'
bride carried a white satiin and lace
covered Bible and a cascade of vel-
vet ivy leaves and pearl Inter-
spersed with tufts of nylon tulle
and pearl hearts onetered with a
yellow throated 'white orchid. and
The bridels only 'oniamienit wasa a
sting of pearls, a gIft of the groom.
Mrs. Brown was graduated from
or. The 'honor attendant was attir-
ed similarly ,to the 'bride in a street
length goA-n of yellow lace which
featured a rounded, yoke and a
ma-tching oumnmebund of yellow
velvet. Her short gloves and match-
intg slippers completed her costume.
She carried a colonial bouquet of
yellow roses and green velvet rose
leavats. with yellow satin ribbon
and streamers accented with ir'f-
fled yellow ribbon and net.
Mr. Bro-wn chose as his best man,
John Griffin, of Thewron, Geoirgia.
Groomemen were Lt. Col. Robert
Brinson of Mobile, Alabama, uncle
ft the bride and Robert Bedwell of
AsMford,' Alabama, ibrother-ialaw
of the bride.
TMhe ibide's parents entertained
with a reception following Wtie cer-
emony,, tI he social hall of tne
First Methodist Ohurch which was
profusely decorated -with arrange-
mets of yellow and. white flowers.
A white metal axch, 'entwined
with plumroses ern 'with two
white doves holding satin ribbon
attached to a cluster of three wed-
ding belle and valley lilies formed
the background for the Ibride's ta-
bl'e. The table was covered with
yellow linen overlaid. with a full ga-
thered floor length cloth of sheer
white organdy, with double ruffles
at the table edge.
The three tiered wedding cake
was decorated with 'spun sugar ros-,
es and a bride amd groom under a
crescent of lilies of the valley and
wedding bells. On either side of the-
tai punch bowls of lime shrebat Mrs. A. E. Hester of Oamila, Geor-
pranch. A lovely arrangement o: gia; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, Cook
yellow chiysanthlemnums under a 'of Greenisboro; IL. ol. and MWs.
white styrofoaim bell outline grac,;d Robert Brimson and chilldirea of
the center wibh cas'od'es o ffernr Mobile, Alabama; Mrs. Jamses Briu-
a'"d flowers to ithe corners, of table. 'son and dctdren of Pensacola; John
The registration table, oovered
ithe same as the bride's table he.lt
the guest ,book marTked with a sinm-
gile long stemmed yellow rose. A
beautiful white anniversary candle
surou-nd'edi with lacelon and an
Griffinl of Trewrioin, Georgia Misa
Dorothy Pope of Atlanta; Miss
Luda Masiello of Duiblmn, Georges;
Miss Martha Wright of Dulblin;
Miss Catherinie Nix of Pa ama
ity;v: M&aa B btyv Heater of MacsOM
arrangement of' yellow roses was Georgia; Mise Reba Heater of Pan-
piaced on the lend of this table. ama City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
A:rangements of yellow and Bedwell and son Keith of As hfori,
white gladiolus, mums aand pom-
polias were placed at vantage
points about the room, also tire-s
,iasliioned of ,sJhort mnagnolia bran-
A large fan-shaped bouquet of
white gladiolus, mumis and pom-
pomis was placed in the vestibule
,of the church.
Mrs. Jimmy Harrison rendered,
m.-niy beautiful selections of wed-
'miug music during the course of
Assisting in the cutting of the
cake were Miss Rebi Hester, Miss
Betty Hester,. cousins -of the bride
and Mrs. Will Ramsey.
Presiding at the punch' bi'ls
were: Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs.
Charles. Smith, Mrs. Blakeley Thonm-
ason, Mrs. Brady Jordan, Mrs. L.
C. Davis 'and Mrs. Grady Player.
Assisting in. greeting the guests
were: Mrs. Nobie S'tone, Mrs. Eith-
.el We'stbrook, Mrs. James Brinlson,
Mrs. Ne.d Porter, Mrs. R. H. Mc-
Alabama; Mr.'and Mrs. Br.m-
son of Thomasville, Georgth.
.'On' the evening preceding -the
wedding. a rehearsal dinner was
given for members of the wedding
party, out of town relatiTes and
friends by the bride' parent, Mr.
and Mrs..Hubert Brinon w it their
home on Sixth Street. The .guests
present were served from a buffet
GOT fA 0 '
S6 6 symptomatic
.VOGUE SAYS: "AUTUMN ELEGANCE
AT SHOE LEVEL"
-i underinih'g autumn fashion!
Bridal Party Feted At Luncheon
'MIos Sara Brinsson, August bride- were 'the members fc her gra&duat-
elect, was honored with a luncheon in'g- class.
Friday, Auguit .12 at the City Cafe Guests attending were: Mrs. Jack
by Mrs. COhales Smith, Mrs. 1Mahon, Mrs. Blake Thomanson, Mrs.
George Subler and Mrs. Charles Brady Jordan, Mrs. Grady Player,
Brown. !Mrs. Will Ramsey, Mrs. Robert
The acdheon ,table was artfully I Bedwell, Mrs. Dillon Smith and the
decorated with an elongated ar- mother 'of ithe honoree, Mrs. Hubert
ramgement of delicate pink althea' Briuson.
and greenery. ,
Invited' to be with Miss Brinson
table featuarlg low arrangements Midget Investments With
of yellow and 'white gladiolus, ant Retur
mumsn and pompomel
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Jarman stylists designed an extra good-looking shoe here;
then made it of rich Cashmere Grain leather. And to set
things off to full advantage, they added dark "Shadow-Tone"
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SRort St. Joe l8gh School and re- cake were there lebrache& st,' PInto', Mr. Raibip SwttWa", Mf
ceived 'her nered'traiing ait CrIW- cendelabra holding glowing paitel'f C'ather-ine Nix ni Mrs. Ohis Mar-
.ford W. Long School of Nursing in yellow candles -and nosega-a of ti'. -
Atlanta and she is now employed yellow roses, nylon net and y lio-. i Ms. Brown chose for her wed'-
at. rhe V. A. Gen-ter in Dublin, Geor- satin streamers. Tall silver comr- ding trip a titted Jacket dress of
gia. potes filled with mints embossedl brown silk shanitung with,'nithiag
Mr. Brown attended the Univer- with tiny yellow roses and. green accessories. Her ,oorsege 'w a th
asty of Georgia and' graduated from leaves completed' the apipointmentst white orchid from her brdail lbosu-
John Marshall Law School of At- The bride and groom cut the first quet.
lan.ta, Georgia. He is now practic- piece of cake with-"a seller knife Out of. town guests were; Mr.
ing Law in Irwinton, Georgia.. *.terrated with a rosette of satin and Mrs. O. B. Hestre, Mr. and
Attending the bride as her .only rinbo, in which nestled, two white Mrs. Larry F. Brinson, Mrs. Ourti
attendant was her sister, Mrsa..Rob- do\PS holding a golden ring aad Cook of Batnibridige, Geo.rgt;, Mr.
emn Bedwell of Ashford,' Alababma, -viltey lilies., an'd'I Mis4 A. E. Heter, Sr., Olin
who served as herr matron of hon-' A matching table held two cry?- Hester of .ClImax, Georgia, Mr. aind
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THuRSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1960
Published Every Thun y At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
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do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received, for suc
gThe spoken word is given ent 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.
We Stand To Lose Our Tourist Dollar
Businessmen along the coast of the Big Bend area have need
to stir themselves. For many years, this* area has had it -easy in
so far as tourist trade is concerned. The large cities of Pensacola
ind k'anama City have spent thousands ot dollars to lure the
tourist trattic to U. S. 98 on its way to South Florida. As a result
ofb this promotion businessmen in Port St. Joe, Apalachicola and
Carrabelle 'have reaped profits too. Many tourist dollars are
:pent in these three cities each year by the traveling public whe-
ther or not they stay overnight in any of these cities.
An enterprising- motel owner in Tallahassee is now seeking
to "cut our water off" for this business. This motel operator has
erected a sign at the Overstreet Road advising tourists that they |
can turn oft on that road and have only 100 miles to go to Talla- J
hassee, thus by-passing Port St. Joe, Apalachicola and Carrabelle.+
Not much thought is given to the tourist dollar in this area,
but the dollar is there-many of them each day. While Port
St. Joe, in particular, is not primarily a tourist town, we get a
good tourist trade. As an example of how many cars pass through,
here from out of state, we would like to cite an example. Last
spring a car burnedone Sunday afternoon out near Odena. Being
a, member of the fire department we were there. During the
30-odd minutes that the fire department was out on this call, we
counted over 40 out-of-state cars that went by going to and com-
ing from South Florida. Incidentally, the car that burned was.
from Texas. Multiply this 40 cars in SQ minutes by the ordinary
eight-hour traveling day and get the astounding figure of a poss-
ible 640 traveling autos in a day going through Port St. Joe. If
only one-third of these spend $10.00 each in Port St. Joe, this is-
an income of $2,130.00 a day from.tourists.
Wouldn't you think that this was an income worth fighting
There's nothing that can be done about the sign already
erected. but the three cities of Port St. Joe, Apalachicola and
Carrabelle could go in together and erect a sign a few feet West
of the existing sigi urging tourists to follow the coastal scenic
route to Tallahassee. And.by all means they should point out the
Constitutional Memorial Park in Port St. Joe, the .Gorrie Museum
in 4 lachicola and the sport fishing in Apalachicola, Carrabelle
and the entire Gulf Goast.
The Tallahassee motel operator will get some of this travel-
ing business by going out after it. We can keep our share by
going out after it .
Who Are You Working For?
THE STAR? Port St. Fla.
THE FORESTS ARE THE FUTIE FOR T-E SOUTH PROVIDING .
PERMANENT JOBS,0STEADY INCOMES AND A WIDE VARIETY OF
VITAL WOOD PRODUCTS. FORESTS AIE FUN,TOO.-MANY
S SOUTHERN PULR AND PAPER COMPANIES ARE MAING IT EASY
SFO? YOU TO, ENJOY THE FORESTS BY PROVIDING PARK AN
S. PtCIc ...o .HEI.TIMBERLANDS.
GCCC Students To Repor. For Testing On August 29
State Democratic Clairmn Tells of
Plans To Intrease Demo Votmg Strength
ORLAiN.W:-- nne|- M. MlHga, amnced tlams "to increase Dem-
aeisman of&he it D6emocratTc ocratie voting strength In Florida
Eeeu'td'e Oomlnittee, ti week by at least 10 pre cent for the up-
T THE WORLD -OF -I
''1 ; ?. :' '-.-.. t 'i.^-,_ ^ :.
revealedd more than 60 per cemnt are
potential Democrats. We're golug
aiter our share of aunregistered
Democrats in nFiorida."
Matthewas saMd county voter reg-
istration chairmen wUll be named
throughout the state before Sep-
In addition to the lauabchig of
ithe registration drive, Mil, lgai
said he has received word Sena-
tors John F. Knenedy and, Lyndon
B. Johnson, Democratic nominees
for president and vioe president,
will campaign in Florida in Sep-
temnber and October.
',lt *is my rtnderstandin, SoL
Kennedy will spend one day in the
state aboat mid-Septembre, and
possibly return in October while
Sea. Johnson, expects to )be in
Florida the week of October 14
with plans to return before election
day, November 8.
WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR
THE FINE RESPONSE
to the showing of our KINGSBERRY MODEL HOME
this past week end.
We are the exclusive builder-dealer for this line of na-
, tionally advertised homes in this area.
Plans are available for 35 models ranging" from 912
square feet to 2,056 square feet and priced from $9,000
Contact us for a look at our plan book to select your
V .V "
Phone BAA 7-8501
Port St. Jb% Ml1
at GulCounty's Biggest Tire Store
Suppose you earn $4,500 a year, and put in a 40-hour week.'
If that's your situation, said the Citizens Public Expenditure
Survey, you work all day Monday and until 1:45 p.m. Tuesday
without making any money for yourself. The money you earn in
that time all goes to the government in taxes.
If you earn more than $4,500 a year the amount of your time
given to the tax collector rapidly and progressively increases. And
if you get into the really big income brackets, very little of your
working time results in take-home pay for you.
It's commonly said and believed that defense costs are al-
most solely responsible for the present burden of taxation and
the size of the federal budgets. But the fact remains that, in the
1955-61 period, defense costs rose only 12 per cent, while non-
defense items rose 43 per cent
As the survey sees the situation, "If we Americans spent more
time trying to get our tax money spent wisely, we'd have enough
money left to make us happy and not the raft of worries
caused by the lack of it."
Don't Spoil Us Farris -
The concern of Governor-elect Farris Bryant over the needs
of the different areas of Florida is certainly a refreshing change
from the accepted policy of getting elected and promptly ignor-
ing the needs of the people.
Bryanfs current tour of the State, meeting with governmental
officials and getting reports first-hand of the needs of each and
every county should prepare him as no Governor before him has
been prepared to cope with the needs and desires of the people of
the State oi Florida.
Such a schedule as Bryant has kept up and the monotony of
hearing requests from every place he stops still had not dampen- I
ed the Governor-elect's concern over the needs of the people by
the time he arrived in Gulf County. Bryant was visibly weary,
but still he had an attentive ear for-the officials of Port St. Joe,
Wewahitchka and Gulf County and had an earnest interest in the
needs of the area.
We predict for Mr. Bryant and the State of Florida, an unpre- j
cedented four year period of.furnishing the needs and desires of
the people of the State. Certainly the Governor-elect will be
well informed as to these needs and wants and with the energy,
time and money expended by Bryant holding these hearings we
have no reason to believe other than that he has a desire to make
Florida a land of "satisfied people".
Bryanfs gesture to the people is almost as welcome as my
wife asking me what I want for supper instead of cooking what
happens to be in the pantry. We don't believe that these trips
will guarantee the people getting all they want, but we appreciate
the effort on the part of Bryant to learn our desires. .
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Guarantee.. We need tire carcasses for our Recap Shop and we are offering big trade-ins to
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Studeiite swho plane to aitteTd Gulf port to the College or tesdng and of 75 cmeoes in the Da- M ltIhM
Coast Junior Colleg efor the fIst orientation activities on Monday, and 40 courses in the % vaetag Di-
time this fall are requested to re- Agust 29, t 8:30 anm. College reg. vision. These offerif a, w tIiB+T
Istrar, Erskine 0. Key, urged that been expanded ovW 2 at 7WM lA
coming November leotuoms". all new students report t t t both the Day and tie EI Dir
Following this annoumcaneit, time even though applicati ons t ior olin, have bee B-a1aedi 'o
Milligan named Carey Matthews1 admission may not be conpleteuv meet the various med aC t N 9
Democratic nominee for State Rep- procesad. dents.
resentati in Dae County 4 Th number o aapplications Crom pay Diiialoni coa5 wUIllbift
Mrs. Mary OCox of Galnesvle, o-.
l Mary me sote G. e newt atudt te is increasing daily, at 8:00 'a.m daily, .20t-atv -4M..
chaired of the party's statewa Key said. Students who plen.to en- as ino t he past, 'and -B4lb3g *
voter registrtUm drive. Mat. cox ter e Panama cfy I tion tor. son eleaaef m tlest, a ,r, .
also Democraltic National the Mait time and who have not A complete schede o t' ivXt-
compeeleed -he necessary applies- is ,available la It,te regBtiar's
In a joint statement, Matthews tion forms are urged by Key to do tice. Anyone desiring trtther 4lI
and Mr. COox said heree are more so as soon as possible. formation s urged to *Ttte to the
than 30 million eligible--but mun- Stiud'etbs attending Gulf Coaist College or cal POplLar 3-5441 or
registered voters in the United this ailt wil be offered a election POpair 3-5442, Pianmn Ct.. '
States. Of these. a national surve*
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Postnt Calls for Bids
On New Facilities for Wewahitchka
PosLnBiter Nilk A- M.llergren id-d 'tis week hee ia been advised
by the OftEoe of Postmaster Gener .Arthur 1. Summ iCAeld t the
Poast Ofi. De r'etnW is Bdow asJeis for bids to bu lease to
tUhe Dep e r new dPost Otfdie for Wewniutschit. Oloein dite
,for tbhe 1 0S i"~1 ltbe6r 6.
"This Ifropf._d rw bulll0g,"
Postmaster Millergren said, e'ill teet withn outside loadItng Iplt-
replace existing facilities located" Ior an adequate space for park-
in the Millergren Building.' Specif-. Aing and truck anAneuvering."
eations s&, Kor a structure contain- Postmaster Millergren said he
ing aplixim ...l;re ,as h been advised that the Post Of-
f4 tfice Department will enter Into a
je. se agreement with the success-
.. fu- l bidder which will ran for 10
J s' G '% -ears i two ave-year newa
options.M Uid should, be submMited,
the Postmaster advised, to the Real
Matate Officer, John E. Nutting,
P. 0. Box 4786, Atlanta 2, Georgia,
Swho will supply information with
'_ regard 'to bidding forms, building
t'kifY -'. .: aspeciftcastions, lease provisions,
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Postmaster Millergren quoted Re-
glonal Operations Director W. L.
Crawoord, for the Post Offiee De-
partmenat's Atlanta Region, as say-
ing that "'ignitioant progress now
is evident in tie postal moderniza-
tion program begun by Postmaster
General Arthur E. Siummerbleld.."
Under the Post Office Depart-
,ment's unique Oommercial Leasing
Program, the resotroes, and invest-
ment tands of private enterprise
are utilized to obtain needed postal
buildings. More than 4,200 new
structures have been erected dur-
1ag the past itve years.
Moreover, due to Congressional
approval of the Postal Modernisa-
tion Program, construction during
1960 will be greatly sooelerated
with 1,602 new facilities scheduled
for completion and several hundred
bsaolete post offties modernized
Just a fbw more days before you'll be shooing the youngsters off to'
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THE STAR, Rort 8It. l W, FJorda THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1960
NEWS FROM Idet of t Souheasten BWise
college in Biamingham isitei cOlin-
Tighland View to oox ad a ,.
By HAZEL CREAMER Mr. aid Mrs. A. H. RlUcburg and
Phone 7-4976 ion Wayne of Blountstown were
S.,,alling on frierds here Saturday.
Rr. Leo mGMIaspei actg ,pVesI. Mr. and Mrs. RH A. Wise of Ha-
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HIGHLAND VIEW GULF STATION
JOHNNIE WALKER Highland View
We Have Changed Our Operation
and our Name
ST. JOE BAR IS NOW
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codal, Alahbeama were visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Floyd Casey and
tIully during ithe week end.
Rev. and Mrs, J.. J. Hill amid
dMaughters attended a ftamly renam-
ion in Manmianma Suidajy.
Sgt. and, Mrsi Edgar Owens and
son Danay returned to their home
in Montgomery Saburday after a
Vis t with their parents.
r.a, Dorothy Dorman and chil-
dren of Panama City, are visiting
her parents, Mr. .and Ms. Jim
Whittington this week.
. Mr. and MrB. Dwight Minlger and
eons spent the week lend in West-
vIlle rvtiting friends and relatives.
Mr. and' Mrs. Huston Watson
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St. Joe Hardware Co.
spent the week end in Blountstown
with their parents.
Betty Creamer Lld Ann Woodis
attended Ithe beachI party- Saturday
'honoring the Christian Cadets of
Oak Grove Assembly.
Mr. and Mra. S. V. Richardslon
and son of Valdosta, Ga., :were t-he
guests of 'Mrs. H. B. Williams dnur-
ing the week enld.
Fiends of little. Marie Wlatson
will regret ,to learn sn e ise aonfined
to. her home with an eye infection.
We -wish her a speedy recovery.
IPictured tbove is Troop 55, Boy Scouts of
America, containing boys from Port St. Joe on the
recnet Jiaanboree trip. In the picture above, the boys
are just before going up the mountain to camnip at
Philmont Scout Ranch. (Notice- tie long pants--tt
was cool up there). The scouts are, back row, left
to right, Donald McDonald, Pamtmama Cty; Arthur
Pruett, AJtmore, Ala.; David, Harvey, Port St. Joe;
Park Barton, Atimore, Ala.; Jimmy Johnson, Port
St. Joe; Joe Whialey, Port St. Joe; Wilfle Bozemans,
Wewabhtchkla; Tommy Grimialey, Port St. Joe; Rob-
ert Henderson. Port Sit. Joe hand Arthiur Bozeman,
Second irow from back, Ileft to right, Marvin
P'ipkin, Atmore, Ala.; David, WWlson, Atmore, Ala.;
Wilbur Joiner, Aitmre, Ala.; Pete Smith, Wewa-
hltiaha; James Sharpless, Atmaore, Ala.; Alex Bo-
wab, Atumore, Ala.; Jake Belin, Port St. Joe; Peter
sufficient numbers for hunting only
Dove Is Popular l the early flight.
Doves have a high natural mor-
rther North ality-70 to 80 percent e during
Further N orththeir first year of life. Objective
under good management to haar-
An outstandinig game bird w hioh vest .such birds in a sportLing nman-
hais long been popular in southern ner ,before they die trom natural
states, land is becoming increasing- causes.
ly popular in many northern states. Takn Or Lo
Moving doves are classed ase Or Lost
-o, 1.sIf early doves are not taken tn
migratory game 'birds under jur-
isdction of U. S. Bureau of Sport October, those particular birds are
isdiction of U. S. Bureau of Sport largely l to Fr hu wa
FIsheries and Wildlife, which sets largely lst o Florid ts.
doi ser ons amedwi wh gi its Statistically, more doves in Florida
dove season framework, bag limits ... ..
S .- are harvested t, October than dir-
and regulations for all states. The are harvested in October than dur
states may further restrict, but ing the later -season. Proper game
resource management calls for ade-
cannot -expand, the hunting season, quate harvest of both early and
iba.g limits or regulations. la, ted veft h
.late dove flights.
Two main flights into Florida- Flight Patterns
.one in October and one in late No- Largest populations of doves
vember and December. In some appear in October in Noirthwest
Florida counties, doves appear in 'Florida-pa.rtlialarly Gulf, Frank-
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236 Reid Ave. Phone BAI 7-6111
Fox, Port St. Joe; Thomas McNeil, Jr., Atmore, Ala.;
Ray -Ramsey, Port St. Joe; Bobby Subton, Atanmore,
Third row from back, left to right, Alfred, MI-
lengaren, Wewahitchka; David Broadnax, Port St.
Joe; Rodney Herring, Port St. Joe and Morris Butt-
ram, Port St. Joe.
Fourth row from back, left to right, Bruce Mit-
chell, Panama City; John Mitchell, Panama City;
Sonny Eells, Port St. Joe; E. V. Allen,. Lucedale,
Miss., (ibus driverr, John Simpson, scosbtmaster,
Port St. Joe; Randy Luttrell, Altmore, Ala., Assist-
amnt Scoutmaster; Gene McNeil, Atmore, Ala.; Roy
Gany, Atmore, Ala. land Wynn Millson, Atmore, Ala.
Front row, left Ito right, Rusty LAttrel,, Atmore,
Ala.; Sam Crook, Atmore, Ala.; Maurice Fuller,
Pont St. Joe; Rex Buzzett, Port St. Joe; William
Wager, Pont St. Joe and Stephen Major, Porit St. Joe.
lin and Wakulla Counties--and in Visitors From Jax
the peninsula roughly west or a Mr. 'and Mrs. Jioe Wilkie and
line from Cooluimbia County s ,muth- family of Jacksonville are visiting
ward to Manatee county-and in friends in Port St. Joe this week.
The Wilkie's are former residents
extreme Southeast Florida-name- f Port. t. Joe.
ly Pali Beach, Broward,, Dade and
This on your printing is a sign of quanit
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Jamboree Troop 55 Just Before Camping Trip At Philmont
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Steven D. Coppl e. Nuame N o
Steven D. GOopple, 17, a Senior a,' week by 0. C. Dykes. Steven's ile- and Bradford Hotels.
Yamas Union High School, Yuma, tion came, on July 5 as the high ternatlonal is. a HigI
Ari ona, was named President of points of this youth convention service orga.ization,
Key Olub lnteImational at the or- which saw more than 2,200 young Kiwanis InternaLiona
ganization'e 17th amnual convention men from the United States, and' in the high school -in
In Bostbon, t was announced, his Canada in session at 'the, S ,tler, uer that Kwanis fuit
S adult community. Ti
S men at the Boston c
resented some 650,0
-members In 2,000, h4
THE CHURCH OF GODAoewr
Also. elctd were
of Highland View dents, a secretary am
o- WELCOMES YOU : Alwl serve throun
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. in school 7ear.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. Steven served one
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:80 P.M. tee of Key Olub it
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M. Lmeaiately prior to i
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday) the presidency. He i
rage student, active
Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor traouriroular, church
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship __ 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
TRAINING UNION 6:45
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 8:00
"Come and Worship God With Us"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION _6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
ilI.)4TE Lflie is 814
of i-wo vrsnity letter
G- STcker, Hall High School, Lit-
te Rock, :Arknais, Vice-Presi-
Key Clu In Pil L. Ga-ton, Hammond High
Key Col b73 School, Haamoujid, Ijouaisaa, was
School named secrebary
o.nn.nored hb v
1 *W*wund "y
I. It imunotions
the same nman-
nctlotns In the
he 2,200 young
00 Key. Club
ad' 12 trustees.
ghoirt the com-
year as tirnis-
is election to
s an above av-
in school, ex-
Iso the holder
re. The young
president plan to attend the Uni-
versity of Arizona upof completionI
of his high school career, where he
-wt1. a ii ilaw I
munity and high school service THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. i THURSDAY, AUGUST 2., 1960
qiOOgram. during 'the coming year. '
High points of the program ill in- struction periods, supplemented by were recommended disessembly
elude work on, behalf of demoracy tual bench practice, blackboard and re-asembly methods on the
vote activity, promotion Of getout-ta sessions, group ideessons, and ex- 80-bhp Mercury 800, the world's
ote aminationstivity, prison of vin cmost powerful family outboard for
Trustees elected were: Donald on he 'highways, support of the
E. Blom, Loganspont High School, Umited Nations, work on 'behalf fA
Logansport, Indiana; Jobin P. Bur- morality among youth, work on tbe
ton, Jr., Neviile High School, Mon- half of the organized church and
roe, Louisiana; H. Reed. Hlis, leadership in paying tribute to tlhe
Gainesville High School, Gaines- dedicated men and women of the
ville, Florida; A. Donald Goldsmith teaching profession.m
Freeport High School, Freeport, The 18I annual Key Olub Con-
New York; Paul H James, Sarnma vention will be held i 'Philadelphia
Collegitae School, Sarna, Ontarlo; in early July of 1961.
Oanada; ePlter B. Krause, Green- JO
with- High School, Old Greenwich, J. T. IVEY COMPLETES
OUTBOARD SERVICE COURSE
Oomnnectict; Wflllau F. Leake, J. T. Ivey of Floyd hevrolet
Rossdvlie, HIgh School, Rolsville, Company, 401 W!llans Avenue,
Georgia; William U. Norwood, III, h been qu if~ed as a actory-
Walter Johnson High School, Be- a out ndmechalic, fol-
thesda, Maryland; Michael F. Rap, lowing completion of a trading
Lane Technical High School, Chica- a ,a e
go, Iios;ional i haw, Pas-course at the Sarasota service
go, Illinois; Donald R. Sbaw, Pasa- ac'^oo of the Kieldhaeier Oorpora&
dena High. School, Pasadena, Call- so f tuoe of Memr y out-
forie,; Larry G. Swenson, Leaven- .coa d motor .
worth' High School, Leeaenvwortah, The course inded daily in-
w .la d a.u w. Kanswa and James R. WhAne, Mdnf-
Other young men elected at the 'ltn High Sdhool, Columabus, Ohio.
Key Club Convention were: John j The delegates aleo adopted 11
V. Jones, Thomas Edison High convention resolutions which will
School, Tulsa, Oklahoma and James storm the basis of Key Club's com-
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Need For Space Law Stressed
By RUSSELL KAY
Speak g before -the Internation-
,al Astronautical Congress; last
week, William A. Hyman, interna-
tional authority on astronautical
law, Ipointed out the imperative
need for international legislation
to fix responsibility in connection
with world wide astronaultical ac-
As the Beatniks would say,
"This is way out, Da'ddy-O, -way
out." Nevertheless it s a problem
thaft touches the lives of all of us
today and is worthy of serious
consAidematlon by the layman ais
well ,as the legal mind.
If a Russian test imisisile veerT
ftf course and, crashes in a neu-
,tral area causing severe damage
and -oss of life, who is responsi-
ble? It an American rocket goes
haywire and hits lan unintended
target causing great damage, who
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mnents. It is high time we dlt
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Today we have no international
laws covering such occurrences,
yet they are possible, and. could
lead to all out atomic war unless.
steps are taken now o tfix some
sort of responsibility.
With the stepped up activities in
space, -the United States alone
having announced a ten year pro-
gram i of two hundred and sixty
shots,- and other nations also
embarking ion ambitious programs,
accidents land mishaps are boumd to
occur 'bringing ,death, injury and
property destruction all o river ithe
world. Who will 'be held respons&-
bl'e or such damage? Who will pay
Umnd'er present international 'law,'
nobody. With 'our eyes on the manoon
and' outer space we have given no
consideration to what may happen
,on 'earth as 'a result of our experi-
It is a4 problem to think about, to
wrdte to your congressman about,
and to discuss with your wife and
children Mor it maay mean survival
W. H. Todd Signs
Up With Air Force
Willia Horace Todd, 18, son of,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyid EF ward Todd,
Pont St. Joe, was enlisted in the
United' State Air Force, at Mont-
gomery, Alabama, Thursday, Au-
The progress of science in the
world of space has been fantastic-
ally rapid since Sputnik I. The pro-
gress of law therein hias bee dis-
tressingly 7 low. Mr. Hyman feels
that it is important that the law-
yers work side by side with' the
scientists and diplomats in solving
Today an Anerican satellite Is
circling ith eeairt amnd bouning
messages to every corner of the
world. Soon others will be photo-
graphing every point on the earth's
surface. Suppose some of these go
haywire amnd land' in foreign terri-
tory? What will Ibe 1the position f
the nation' launching It fEom the
standpoint of dinetra ionail law?
While an 'enemy may not be able
to brilg a balloon to trial or sen-
tence ani aerial camera for spying,
it could lead to serious clonsequen-
ces and' while the main ion the
street may feel that it is n oeon
cern of his, he is sadly mit4atten*.
While earth boundaries' re
clearly defined' both on lalnid. and
sea ass to national control and' swv-
'ereignity, nothing has been doine'to
determine a nation's conltrt6l of
outer ,space. A three mile limit
serves on our seas, buat ow many
miles above a. nation In space can
be termed, trespassing, a ithoumsand-,
.10,000, a mMiloin?
. The Soviet shot rockets' into the
central Pacific iast January and
again in July after ordering yes.
'sels of all nations to stay out of'
tie area of about 40,000 square
'mile& D id this cotitute an asses'-
tion 'of idomaination, sovereignty
and, control of this area? Are 'we
to assume that any aatloin cans dis-.
rupt usea and air travel over a con-
sideralble area because it A dishes
to make tests? Itthe seas almd the
eiirways lae subject to the arbitrary
control (of any nation it would inid
catie ownership eand sovereignty.
, Violations *of sovereignty always
conasititutte the gmaaetest threat to
,peace. The ,esltabishment of boon-
'diaries in international onesI and
spaoe is imperative if we are to
.avoid ifutiure tantastie limans of tag-
gusit 18 through the Panama City
office according to M-Sgt. C. L.
Blair 'of that office. Also enlisted
with Williaam wa" Dermonbt Dennis
Vaulse, 20, ison of Mr. and' Mrs. Per-
cy D. Vause, Apalachicola. They
were assigned to Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Teaos,
where they will undergo btlc train-
ing. After which they will joi 'one
of thoe operational or traidnimg units
of the Aerospace Force, Blair sadd.
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women, boys and girls. In the ladies and children 'shoe section you'll
-find nationally known Trim Treid, NaItural Bridge, Sdaemnperoos aed
Poll PaIrot. We shall give careful ialtteiitiion to sizes and widths to pro-
perly Ait each ,customer. Our a'ian is to ,sell' you better shoes for less
.money. We cordially dmiaite you to inspeat our new shoe department and
tell us your foot problems. We wfamtt to serve you better.
In, loder to have (the proper space for lor Shoe Depantganent It was
necessary to Id4sconitinuie all yardd goods, patterns, iad notlons. There
still are some paltiterns and' notions available at half prIice land lhIted
below are some sensational close-out values:
SELLING OUT several hundred pairs Spring amd Sumnner 'Shoes
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday (as long as they last)
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1960
THS GTAR, Port O. Joe, Fh6
48" Drapery ,nd SUp Cover
Formerly up ito $1.49 yd.
4 yards $1.00
"WIhte and sold colors
Received tin Jiuly
Solid Colors, 79c yd.
Fancy Patterns, 98c yd.
About 200 pairs ladies
Flats and Sandals
Fomnmely up to $4.95
Now $2.00 Pair
WhMite, black, red' and biege
In solids and Prints
Formnenly 59c mrallue
3 yards $1.00
20 x 40 Cannon
4 for $1.00
12 OoloB0 a M
and NYLON NET
oamserly 59c yd.
3 yards $1.00
Abouoat 100 pairs ladies dress
Formerly priced up to $11.95
Now /2 Price
Whate, red, biege and
FR RENT: Gulf Service StatinM.
Apily at 4t. Joe Motor Co. Port
rtt. Jue, i lI, tfo144
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished apart-
r.ieuts. Cool in summer, warm in
winter. Gas. beat, window tans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
c ated. Also nice Trailer parking
eiace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9138. Wi'
mIco Lodge Apar.ments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfe-6-2
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
i Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BAll
FOR RENT: Small 3 bedroom
house on First St. Contact Chris
Martin at BAll 7-4051. tfc-7-14
-FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
/" ed apartment, upstairs. Water
furnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642,
Sinquire at 1904 Grrison Ave. tfc
FOR RENT: Small furnished- ap-
artment. Dining-bedroom, kitchen
and bath; P'hone 9-1301. tip
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment.
Living-dining, kitchenette, bath.
4 mi. out.on -iway 30. Phone 7-5065
or see B. L. Presanel. tc-8-4
Years of training and expe-
rience qualify your doctor to
Prescribe medications in.
exactly the right amount.
FOLLOW HIS DIRECTIONS
They are as important as the
For prompt, dependable ,
= service, bring your prescrip.
tion to us.
Free.Parking Drive-in Window
Buzzett's Drug Store
M17 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
. '' .Jiti IS^
K"-IXF ,FOR RENT: Furnished 'garage ap-
* .rflt artmnent. 2 bedrooms. 1015 Monm
ument Ave. Call 7-7396. B. C. Gail
FOR SALE: Ford Customli,e, 4-
0 door, V-8, radio 2-tone iiglht, ex-
\. tOoD. ^ tra learn. Low aleace. Good, fare
^ w VFormer owner, the late B. B. Conk-
A, M Aa.. 1'n.. See Mrs. B. B. Oonfim., 1105
SC-arrisona Av,. Phone 7-7421. 1tip
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom house pat
Advertising don't e A 110 Bellamy Ciole. Phone 9-2251.
Advertln doesn't -t PA Ken Tyler. Ulp
Regular Price $1 ,987.00
Now $ 1 595
SAVE NEARLY $400.00
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DON'T MISS THIS OFFER
i mu **mm**mm *u*jf TMl STAR, Port St. Joe, FIt.
kfDV IRTISING FOR SALE Beach propertyat T STAR
.L ... ...E iJoe Beach. Three furnished cot-
S L 8 ner. Separaty, or a s unit. Call County Board Hears
FOR SALE; 14' Pana tift 800 ip ner.paratelyor
Johnlson uand 1trler, $645.00 cash. Of9 -.|
Good co '1909 L A., FOR SALE: Morris oo1000, 59 m Sec nd r Road
PIhoe, 9-8S36. -c del. See to appreciate. In perfect S c a y R I
OR SAKE:* At. Mexie Bea!h, 2 condition, Sell equity or trade for -
FOR SALE At MexicoBeah,2 larger car, Braxton Ward. Phone a very hrt meetIg of rh
bedroomni house. Nice work shop, 7-.816, tfc-8,1r Cdlo a very short nee Ti ng of th .,
large carport. Ceramic top double County Commission Tuesday ni-h.,
sink, plenty of cupboards. Phone FOR SALE: 7-room home, 2 bathe Max W. Kilbourn, County Eag'in
648-4122, Mrs. BuOkloh. .tfc-8-12 and 2-unit apartment building on ear reported to the County Boord
FOR.A L Lo s- large corn er lot. Conlenient to
FOR SALE: Lots in Jonesville, 75x l. e box 279, Port St. Joe. on Gthe 'seoodary .road program fi-
239 or lots 158x239. Cash or on : -- ances for the past year, ended on
time. Sarah Sheffield, 529 4th St., FOR SALE: 12' runabout skiff une 30, 1960.
Port St. Joe. 4tp-8-12 with windshield, controls and 3, 1 .
o S E.: be. d-h-s 2 steering wheel. Fair condition. KIlbourn .said that as of the l't
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, 2 $115.00 cash. Call Clyde White, ot the past fiscal year, Gulf Coun-
yaer od- Call Markk Frimoig, 7-7721. 2tc-8-18 ty owed the State of Florida $L[45-
MOVING AND STORAGE across 000 from its share of the secondary
CHAIN- LINK FENCE: For tree town or across the nation. Ag- road program. But the county had.
estimate call C. W. Long. BAll ents. for Mayflower. Call us or see received no fund's' inadvance from
7-3974. tf" -7-28 us for free estimates. SURPLUS e to pa
S ... FOR SALE SALES of PORT ST. JOE, 112 Men-
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles ument Ave. Phone 7-4051. 4tc-8-18 the State any cah or miss any .c-
So of Wewasitchkad. Planted WANTED: 'Po tr f Ime, 2 la- crued secondary road. f uads coming
&with pines, 3 years old. Priced for WANTED: .Pt or l l Sal ty home 2rodu to Guf a result of thb d'ebt-I.
"6d'-favetmeears old. Priced tor et. Sl Staleyhoe d you can understand that.
*gqod -investment. Kaiarnings $70.00 to $100.00 weekly. y.o. can understand that.
-i acres of waterfront property Write 901 Fairy Ave., Panama City The debt came about due to the
located on Creek that flows into or call SU 5-7965. 2t- bond issue which has just been
Ieal for tfish camp or retirement or c U -7965 e s bee
home. ... WE BUY scrap material. Durex spent to pave several road' projects
S-10 lots ,at ,St. Joe Beach in one Scrap Mlatieria Co., offers you 'throughout ithe county, undeir tids
block Priced for good investment. highest ,cash prices veer iaid in secondary road' program. The amon-
-Nice home located on Hunter this area. Load up your scrap and ey was needed tor planning, sur
Circle. 3 -bedrooms, 1 bath, deep head toward Durex. We buy all oldi e was nd, ed' for plannn-, Si-
well pump, .situated on 2 lots. 0%6 ,oas, : t, steel, cast i.ron and all voeyig and administration the bond
years old., Pay owner's equity. Bal- rettas. Palo Alto ad' 17th St., issue program through until the ac-
ahce on VA mortgage at $57.00 Panama City. Phone PO 3-5382. tual money was forthcoming for se-
Sper ose t Wnthd Badge. month4tc-8-25eting nd surveyig roads to be
Naenly new,-lirioed to sell. CARPORTS, screen porches, pta- payed "nd' various other purposes.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY titos and' cabanbas. For free esti- The State couldn't advanmc the
r 3C Williams Ave. Port St. Joe mates, call O. W. Long, Phibone money to the county a d the coUen-
S. 'FOR SALE 7-3974. tfc-8-25 ty couldn't furnish the money for
New concrete block ihibree bed- ------- -- this wrk.
-room house. with large screened NOTICE SO, d effect, lhe Stte wrote out
- porch and carport. Spacious living I *i1 mot be responsible for any an IOU against Gu, s share aote h
area. Total price only $10,000. debts charged to me other than IOU against u' he o
A :two bedroom cottage on front those made by myself personally. secondary itunds and Gulf signed it
lot at Mexico Beach. Completely Effeatio-vethis date, August 25, 1960. for. credit with state services until
furnished. Only $10,000. Lot alone BERT HALL 4tc-8-25 the bond isse could be finalized.
S bn vee-bedroom trane 'house on TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Now that the bond issue is in-
Eighth Street on 1% lots. Priced at I, John H. Caumble, will not be aied, the debt has been paid' and
$.500.. a. DT 3t-8-18 e~ld responsible for debts except
S FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY that of my own. John H. Oumb t leaeged h on ei-
221 Reid' Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491 htpi8-4 th i tde.e
FOR SALE: 25' inboard boat with FOR YOUR WATKINS Prodnots
Chevrolet engine. Marine trans- needs call 9-1195 or wrtte W. I Paving Requests
mission. Phone 7-7911. 4tp-8-18 Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe. I The County Board' is still being
tfh-5-26 requested by the First Baptist-
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Church in Pont St. Joe to pave .its
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for parking lot.
... 4.1 --+t s riwo. uL heCutystllsythyc
k ick expert service. Me The Ooouzt still say they can-
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED inu
saving money see us for anything not do the job without an e ae-
you need in your home. STOP and ment' rom the church. Apparently
SWAP SHOP. the church' s teasing the property
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners ey want paved and so are not
and floor polishers. Sales and able to give an easement.
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Me- No decsiko i was made On ths
Clellan Ave., Port' St. Joe, Phone matr at Tuwday *sgWt m t-
BAil 7-3781 e T do
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser -
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B, Roy Reunion Calls All of
Gibson or call All 7-5771. Connell Clan Together
WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- A fdanily reunion of the descen-
ing first and third Thursday nights fdants of thie N. L. Comnnel family
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 of Weawda't'clhma s hel.D' attie
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0.
0. F5-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
regionn Hal. All members urged to
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop
.R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
I., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary
THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursdax at 8:00 p.m.
ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
POPE FENDLEY, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited
New 2-bedroom House
With one and a half baths
Full Price, $9875.00
$1500 down $75 month
Here's a modern home with
many custom built extras. Just
perfect for small family or
couple. Ideal location.
See the Pink House on Rachel
Dr. in Mexico Beach. Owner
Beadon Hill Beach cotage of Mr.
and' M C. G. Costin, Sr., on Sun-
day, August 7.
Those who mat lto enjoy this o-,
casion 'were the Cos'tiln, Connell and
Pridgeon faminiles of this area.
Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAYS
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 196a ver. Aooordnlg to repdtera-a tfe
Report On Status
Fund By Kilbourn
Robert Earl Ludlum
h11_ l i A __- .U -
He o %survivWd by WS wfe, v s'ry
Lois of Wowaeihto; l is- t" ,
Mr. aad' Mrs. PorPy L.. L Aliiim;
t.wee breathe, Ray, Jerry 'ad
Mike; Cfive sters, dam'* rothy,
Jean, Mary Franes .and -Dian, all
of Wewaibieka atd MT. RLy Ja
cobson of Mlltord, Masi.
BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE GET ONE
SHIRT FOR ONLY
S "MEN&BO'S WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
3 MORE DAYS OF
SPECIAL PRICES AT
The Bungalow Shop .
Size 9 mos. to 30 mos.
Girl's Sweater Sets
One Group Girl's
Corduroy Slim Jims
Ladies' Rayon Panties
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses
at St. Joe. Beaoh. 1 s3bedroean
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tc-8-12
FOR RENT: Iange 2 bedroom,
house unfurnished. Screen poroh
cairporfl, storage, g&A tank, jlea
sacool. Also one sanaill 2 bedroom
hoiise 'mufrniised, gals 2taik, neai
school. BAll 9-1681. ift
Wimberly Motors, Inc.
Phone 7 3411 201 Monument Ave.
The Vonziel Studio
REGISTER AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
TUESDAY, AUGUST 30 -- 3:00 to 5:00 P.M.
T. W. DAVIS
Also Ballroom Taught after Regular Classes
FOUR LESSONS (45 minutes each) $6.00 per month
DANCE EDUCATORS of AMERICA, Inc.
MANY OTHER ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL PRICES![
REGISTER for GIFT CERTIFICATES and BOOK of S & H GREEN STAMPS ')
Given Away Each Day
The winners so far have been: Mrs. S. R. Brown, Jr., Mrs. B. E. Parker, Mrs. H.
E. Richards, Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mrs. Norma Humphrey, Mrs. Jean Begley, Mrs.
T. W. Hinote, Mrs. C. W. Robbins, Mrs. Dranas Baker and Mrs. Bob Jackson.
I --. ---- --, -~.~ __1. ~ -----,
Killed In ACClaenT F neral services for Robw-t Bsl
Robert Earl Ludlum, age 20, of Ludilmn were held in the Wewa-
Wewaihitchka, was pronounced hitchka Assembly of God Church,
dead on arrivel at the Municipal yesterday at 11:00 a.m. with Iti e
Hospital Monday afternoon. Lud- pastor, Rev. Early Wtiiteld ofl-
lum was brought to the hospital at- casting. Inteaient was in Jehbu
ter he was ateally injured in a Oemetery in Wewaibitchka.
logging accident din the vicinity of Comforter Funeral Homne 'was in
Owl Creek on the Apalachicola Ri- charge of arrangem'ein'ta.
Fruit Whippe Toppings
are. welcomed by weight watchers when they learn that these
toppings are two-thirds lighter in calories than whipped cream.
The home economists of the Carnation Company have discovered
a new trick in making the toppings you'll want to try. The
magic crystals are whipped with fruit juices and are just the-
right complement for fruit desserts. SWhip Carnation magic.
crystals with pineapple or orange juice. Serve the topping with
strawberry shortcake, and- many other fruit desserts you will
be enjoying throughout the summer. Each serving of the fruit
topping costs only two-and-one-half cents.
PINEAPPLE WHIPPED TOPPING
(Makes 2Y to 3 cups)
cup chilled pineapple juice 2 tablespoons lemon JaWie
V/ cup Carnation instant nonfat 4' cup sugar
dry milk crystals
Measure pineapple juice into bowl. Add instant crystals. Whip
until soft peaks form (3-4 minutes). Add lemon juice. Continue
whipping until stiff peaks form (3-4 min. longer). Fold in sugar.
ORANGE WHIPPED TOPPING
(Makes /2 to 3 cups)
1/I cup chflled orange juice ] 2 tablespoons lemon juice
V cup Carnation instant nonfat 1/4 cup sugar
dry milk crystals I"
Measure orange juice into bowl. Add instant crystals. Whip
until soft. peaks form (3-4 minutes). Add lemon juice. Continue
whipping until stiff peaks form (3-4 min. longer). Fold in sugar.