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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: January 8, 1959
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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MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak with It
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants!
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-SECOND YEAR


.O:RT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1959


ETAOIN SHRDLU

by Wft$'.EY R, RAMSEY


Last week J. D. Shealey, a for-
mer schoolmate of mine and Will's
made a visit to us here at the of-
fice to discuss old times and see
who owed the most money. I won,
hands down.
J, .1. is now a fireman at. Sara-
sota, down among the rich people
,with their big houses.
He was telling us of little trips
he and, his family would take in
their section of the state seeing
the sights that tourists travel thou
sands of miles each year to see.
"You'd be amazed at the many
things to see in Florida that people
who liverrigbt next door to them
never see", he said. Of course J.
D. was Chamber of ConimeTrce talk-
ing for South Florida. but never-
theless. what he said holds true for
the entire state. Many thiic tiLj see
but only the tourists see them.
You take right here in P-ort St.
Joe, for instance. We wnrnder how
many of you have ever seen the
museum, the old graveyard or any
of the many other historical and
beautiful sights to see right here
in Gulf County.
SHow many of you have ever been


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Good Attendance

Marks First Week

Of Church Crusade

Gulf County began its first week
of its, annual Church Attendance
Crusade last Sunday with a total
of 1,493 attending church in Port
St. Joe and vicinity. There were
1,597 in attendance at -other Sun-
day functions of the area churches.
Leroy Bowdoin is- chairman of
the Attendance Crusade this year
Which will continue through Easter
Sunday.
Churches were.--attended as fol-
lows.
First Methodist
Sunday School 16-3
Worship Services 221
Evening Fellowship 31

First Methodist Church
Wewahitchka
Sunday School 70
%W'.risri;p Services 140
E riing Fellowship ..-- .........------ 28

Mexico Beach Methodist Church
Worship Services 41

Long Avenue Baptist Church
Su1lday S ''lb- il 176
Ti ai ln tUn10n 101


How many of yo have ever real- Worship services 3029
ly looked .at the Constitutional
Monument? First Baptist Church
S -unday -School 240J
We were reading an article in Irnd -s Union 102
"Look" magazine the other day in Worship services 400
regards to the anti-semetic bomb- .
Ings and steps that were being tak-
en by Southerners to quell this White City Baptist Mission
race hatred between the citizens Sunday Schpol 107


and Jews and Negroes. -,
As it appeared to us in the arti-
cle, Look was reluctant to accept
the fact that, the South is trying
to solve its race problems and still
retain its way of life and that the
greater majority of them despise
the reputation that has been hand-
-ed to them by. violence and uncon-
trolled hatred.
In referring to an 'rgalization
of the violent groupwhich was or-
ganized at Louisville,. Ky., in sec-
ret, since the majority of the popu-.
lation wouldn't stand for it. Look
said that these delegates headed in
all directions for home, not just-
the South, "as might be' e-pected".
It would seem that it pained
Look to see that all the rabble-
rousers weren't in the South.
'We would like to observe that
the ORIGINALS didn't come from
the South either. But, alas, this
group has following in the South.

We are back on schedule with
TheaStar this week and we are
glad of it. These early editions
make for -a nice long week end,
but the first of the week is not to
be desired.
We appreciate all the cooperation
we received on these early .fforts.


Last Rites Held For

lames Henry Newsome

James Henry Newsonim, age 12,'
died Friday morning the the Mu-
nicipal Hospital following an at-
tack of convulsions. He resided at
White City with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Newsoime.
Funeral services were held Sun-
day afternoon. January 4 from the
'White City Assembly of God Church
conducted by the Rev. Addison as-
sisted by Rev. C. A. Lundy. Burial
was in the family plot at Pleasant
Rest Cemetery at Overstreet
Active pallbearers included Da-
vid Horton, Johnnie Shields, Roy
Harper, Bobby Antley, Randy Wes-
ton and Billy Antley.
Honorary pallbearers were Gar-
ry Davis, Eugene Harper, Jinnmy
Lister, Tony Taylor, Woodrow Wal-
ker and Johunie Walker.
Survivors included the parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Newsome;
three brothers, Thomas A. with
the Air Force, Grover ,C.,, Macon,,
Ga., and George of White' City;
six sisters, Annie Mae Farmer of
White City; Minnie Lee Kirkland,
White City, Mary K. Anderson of,
Blountstown, Dorothy Stewart, Pen-
sacola, Mildred Sapp of Peneacola,
and Essie Lee Jackson of West
Palm Beach.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.

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Training Union 05
Worship services 174

Presbyterian Church
Sunday School 49
Youth Fellowship --..---..--... 25
Worship services. 101

Highlard View Methodist
Sunday Sr:h,o,.l 44
Wom 'fip Servi-'e. 76


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PICTURED ABOVE: From left to right are B. R. Gibson, Sr., retiring
after 35 years service with the AN Railroad, J. L. Sharit, vice-
president of the road and John Harris, retiring after 39 years
service. (Star photo)


B. R. Gibson, Sr. and John Harris End

Total of 74 Years With A_ Railroad


Joe Hendrix New

Kiwanis President

Dr. Joe Hendrix took over as
president of the Port St. Joe Ki-
wanis Club Tuesday in the club'5
regular meeting. "
Ho:-m1-i t su.* ._,--1 Gr .-. i':e W im-
- .rl .T. W i" l.he! I. ,tii.- ed a short
message of thanks to the Club for
their cooperation in bringing the
Clb l grade un luiriu. lie v: just


Oak Grove Assembly of God p the
Sunday School 172 past and for the r.,,.l: d,,ne on the
Sunday School ..... 172 any projects of the club.
Children's Church 34 .
Worship Services 103 Other officers installed at the
SK meeting were Dick Lamberson,
Vice-President; Tom Aln.'1.',. :k.
Museum Visitors Secretary and Treasurer al ,i.
non Buzzett, Marion Craig, 0. C.
784 Over Holidays Dykes, Frank ,Hannn, Robert
King, Hubert Richards and John


Museum visitors during the holi-
days including Thanksgiving thru
New Year totaled 784. From July
1 through January 4, 5,411, repre-
senting 29 states were museum
visitors. This does not include visi-
tors from Florida.
States represented by museum
\x1-iorsi include:_ Texas, Kansas,
.AaLiai),n, Maryland, Georgia, Can-
ada, Illinois, L.-iii-ani, Tennessee,
Nebraska, Michigan, New York,
Canal Zone, Hawaii, California,
Oregon, North Carolina, Oklahoma,
Vermont. Mississippi, Utah, Brazil,
Virgiia. Indiana, Arkansas, South
Carolina, Washington and Colorado.
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Cub Scout Pack,

Will Meet Tonight

The Cub Scout Pack will have
its regular monthly Pack meeting
tonight at the Elementary School.
The meeting will be a dinner af-
fair.
All Cub couts and their parents
are urged .to be present.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Robert Smith, Directors.
Gordon Hallmark was taken in-
to the club as a new member.
Guests of the club were Dr. B. F.
Anderson of Sellers, Ala., and
Richard Thompson Iof the Key Club.

City Asks For Bids

On Four Vehicles

The City of Port St. Joe has
issued a call for bids this week to
purchase two 2-ton trucks, a half
ton pick-ui, and a police patrol car.
The call for bids will be found
in this week's issue of The Star.
Bids will be opened at the next
regular meeting of tlie Commission
on Tuesday, January 20 at 8:00
p.m. Bids can be received until
5:00 p.m. of that same date.

COMMISSIONER HARDEN
SUFFERS ATTACK
County .Commissioner E. C. Har-
den is a patient in the Municipal
Hospital. Harden was admitted to
-the hospital last Tuesday afternoon
when he suffered a heart attack
,at his home in Wewahltchka.


When Number 73 arrived in Po"t
St. Joe December 30, J. L. Sharit,
Vice-President of the Apalachicola
Northern Railroad, was present at
the station to congratulate B. R.
Gibson, Sr., Conductor and Tohn
Harris, Brakeman, this being the
last run for both of these men, who
are retiring from ,active service
'.,-0 the railroad. Mr. Sharit ex-
pressed appreciation to them for
ti0 ,,r.i ..r and long service
.q. 11 the : 'iii..ny, stating that
-both had been most loyal and con-
scientious h-iLi'i-,'...:-, At the con-
clusion of his remarks, he present-
ed to each of them a gift from
:,,e employees of the railroad.
Mr. Gibson went to work for the
.*i. l i, i,..,L Northern Railroad on
January 1, 1924. He served as train-
man for a short time and as con-
ductor for a greater part of his
years of service.
John Harris has served as brake-
man since Febru i v, 1920.


Sharks Meet Sneads

Here Tomorrow Night

Port St. Joe High School's bas-
ketball team will resume its sche-
dule tomorrow night after a three
week lay-off when they meet the
Sneads quintette in the local gym-
nasium.
Other games to be played by the
Sharks during the coming week
are:
Quincy, here, Saturday night.
Apalachicola, here Tuesday.
The Sharks have compiled a four
win, five loss record so far this
season. The Sharks only loss was
at the hands of the Chipley Ti-
gers.

THANKS
We wish to thank Radio Sta-
tion WJOE and The Star for their
wonderful cooperation and publi-
city that they have given to the
museum throughout the year.


Fibrida Power Corporation Dumps Orange Cake Contest

This Year In Favor of State-Wide Orange Dessert Contest


The Florida Power Corporation
Orange Cake Contest will not be
held this year, but is being replaced
by the First Annual All-Floridi
Orange Dessert Contest according
to Mrs. Sara Patrenos home service
adviser for FPC in this area.
,Last year the Orange Cake Con-
test, conducted by FPC throughout
its 31-county service area to help
promote citrus and Florida, proved
so popular that the Florida Citrus
Commission has adoptedand ex-
panded the idea in cooperation with
Florida Power Corporation and
other, electric utilities in the state.


The new, state-wide contest, sion state-wide contest offers al-
runs through January, is not limited most $6,000 in priz-s to Florida wo-
to orange cakes but includes any men (or men) who exhibit excel-
type of orange dessert, Mrs. Pa- ience in preparing desserts using
trenos said. Complete details, rules orange products. Four semi-final-
and entry blanks may be obtained ists will be selected from the FPC
at your FPC office, or at electrical area, and each semi-finalist will
appliance dealers and super mar- receive a deluxe electric range. The
kets. grand prize winner will also receive
The orange cake contest, origin- the balance of deluxe electric ap-
ated by the FPC hime service de- pliances to make up an all-electric
partminent, -aon the n ii..ana' "McCall kitchen, including refrigerator, ta-
Magazine Aw'.rd:' in I'T7 for Mrs. ble top water heater, aisposall,
Aniy Thouipsou, FPC home service dishwasher, automatic washer and
di ector. automatic dryer, as well as several
The new Florida Citrus Commis- smaller prizes.


Unier nsetHro


ooatd o~mroemn


Witherspoon Quits


Look Over Local Project To Be


Selective Serv. Post Improved With Government Funds


C. R. Witherspoon of Apalachi-
dola has resigned his position with
the Selective Service Board.
Witherspoon has been an active
member andschairman of the.Baard
for the past 17 years. He was the
original chairman of the board
when it was first activated prib-
to World War IH. Witherspoon is
connected with Selective Service
Board Number 9 which serves both
Franklin and Gulf Counties.
J. V. Gander, Jr.. of Apalachicola
has been selected by the board to
fill the vacancy of Witherspoon.
Witherspoon had resigned effective
upon location of a replacement for
him.
The Selective Service Board will
meet on January 15, at which time
Witherspoon's resignation will be-
come effective and Gander will be
installed on the Board.
A new chairman will be elected
at the January 15 meeting.
Witherspoon was lauded for his
long and faithful work in a thank-
less task by Harold C. Wall, State
Director of the Selective Service
Board who said, in part, "In be-
half of the Governor, my staff and
myself, I would like to take this
opportunity to thank you most sin-
cerely for your patriotic and con-
scientious service to the Selective
Service System, your state and na-
tion."


Pines Available

To Landowners

TALLAHASSEE-Florida Forest
Service nurseries still have slash
pine seedlings for sale to landown-
ers during the remainder of the
planting season, according to Man-
agement Chief R. A. Bonninghau-
sein.
Bonninghausen pointed out that
now is a good time to plant. "Rain
during the past two weeks makes
now a good time to plant," he said,
"and landowners can expect prompt
delivery from Forest Service nur-
series."
The seedlings are sold by the
Service at cost to landowners. The
price is $4.00 per thousand FOB at
the nursery.
Landowners who wish to order
seedlings may get applications
from the district foresters' offices
in Tallahassee, Panama City, Lake
City, Lakeland, or Ocala; or from
county rangers, farm foresters, SCS
technicians or county agents, Bon-
ninghausen said.

FIRST BAPTIST WMU
WILL MEET MONDAY
The WMU of the First Baptist
Church will meet Monday morning
at the church at 9:30 a.m. January
12 for a round table mission study.
All members are urged to be pre-
sent.

WHITE CITY BAPTISTS
OBSERVE BIBLE STUDY WEEK
Attendance has been good as the
officers, teachers and members of
the Sunday School of the White
City Baptist Mission gathered to
study the book of Mark under the
guidance of Rev. C. A. Lundy, pas-
tor.
The highlight of the study has
been the open discussion.
Twenty-eight are enrolled.
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Engineers with the U. S. Army
Corps of Engineers were in Port
St. Joe Monday inspecting Port St.
Joe's harbor facilities and looking
over planned improvements.
Col. R. W. Love, District Engin-
eer from the Mobile office of the
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and
General F. M. Albrecht, Regional
Engineer of Atlanta, Ga., were
guests in Port St. Joe and were
honored with a dinner party Mon-
day night.
The Engineers were inspecting
the site of proposed channel and


School Board Elects

Whitfield Chairman

Kenneth Whitfield was elected
chairman of the Gulf County School
Board in their regular meeting
Tuesday. Whitfield was appointed
to the board to fill the unexpired
term of his father, who died while
in office. Whitfield was elected to
a full term when his name was
placed on the General Election bal-
lot by the Gulf County Democratic
Committee.
Carter Ward of White City, a
long-time member of the Board
was named Vice-Chairman.
'In other business of the School
Board, new members Otis Pyle of
Port St. Joe and William Roemer
of Wewahitchka were sworn into
their office to which they were
elected in November.
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CORRECTION
The paper wasn't out yet when
we came across an error in the
birth announcements.
The McCollough birth announce-
ment should have read: "Mr. and
Mrs. Ephriam Barnell McCollough
announce the birth of a son, Mi-
chael Wayne McCollough on De-
cember 25."
Due to a transposition of lines on
the copy, we had the father the
son and the son the father-if you
know what we mean.


basin work to begin soon in St.
Joseph Bay. $560,000.00 has alrea-
dy been allocated by the United
States Congress for expenditure on
local harbor dredging work this
year. Ultimate plans call for enlarg-
ing the channel to a 35 foot depth
and the bar entrance to St. Joseph
Bay to 37 feet. Extensive widening
of the channel is also planned. The
money allocated last year by Con-
gress is enough to do about half
of the work that will be done on
the harbor.
The visiting engineers looked
over the Port St. Joe port facili-
ties and discussed local water
transportation needs.
It has not been announced yet
whether the Engineers will begin
their dredging at the Gulf entrance
to the harbor or at the docking.f.-
cilities on the money allocated. J,o-
cal water transportation interests
have been assured that money to
complete the project will be forth-
coming in this year's national ri-
ver and harbor allocations.: Con-
gressman Bob Sikes and Senator
Spessard L. Holland have told the
local interests that Congress. rare-
ly starts a project of this type
without voting the additional funds
to complete it.
Other members of the District
Engineers office visiting here Mon-
day were Carl Dentzel, L. D'Olive,
Larry Leach, G. Peterson, Tony
Stewart and Ira Campbell.


Cooper Will Head

Commission lI 1959

The County Coimmission met for
a short session Tuesday morning
to organize for the coming year
and to install Coleman -W. Tharpe
as County Commissioner.
During the organization meeting
George W. Cooper of Port St Joe
w-as elected by the group to serve
as chairman during 1959.
E. C. Harden, of Wewahitchka,
will serve in the capacity as Vice-
chairman.


Main Appointed To



Jacksonville F.R.B.


Appointment of Roger L. Main
and Claude J. Yatcs. prominent
Jacksonville busein~. executives,#0 1
to the board of directors of the
Jacksonville branch, Federal Re-
serve Bank of Atlanta, was an-
nounced last week.
Their selection was revealed by
the board of governors of the Fed-
eral Reserve System in Washington
in an announcement of appointment
of several directors to branch
boards.,
Yates will fill the unexpired term
of McGregor Smith, Miami chair-
man of the board of the Florida
Power and Light Co., who resigned
his position on the Jacksonville
board to accept appointment to
the board of the parent bank in
Atlanta. Smith's term on the branch ROGER L. MAIN
board was to have terminated Dec. .. FRB Member
31, 1959.
Main is chairman of the board director of Apalachicola Northern
and president of the Florida Na- Railroad Co., vice president and
tional Bank. A native of Middle- director of St. Joseph Telephone
ton, Md., he began his business ca- and Telegraph Co., vice president
Ireer with a public utility company and director, St. Joseph Land and
|in Frederick, Md., saw service in Development Co.; vice president,
!the armed forces during World treasurer and director of Jackson-
War I, joined the U.S. Railroad ville Properties, Inc.; and vice
Commission in Washington and president, treasurer and director of
then went with the Federal Bureau Florida National Realty Co.
of Investigation as a special agent. The appointments of Main and


In 1935 he joined the St. Joe Pa-
per Co., and became its president
and director in 1951. He is secre-
tary to the trustees of the estate
i iof Alfred I. duPont; director of the
Florida National Bank at Pensa-
A V cola and the Florida National Bank
4L ,and Trust Co. of West Palm Beach;
managing director of National
Board and Paper Mills, Ltd., Wate-
ford, Ireland; vice president and


Yates were among several to the
Jacksonville Branch Board. Also
appointed were John M. Fox, presi-
dent of the Minute Maid Corp., Or-
lando, and J. N. Greening, vice
chairman, First National Bank of
Braddnton. With the exception of
Yates' appointment, all have been
named to the directorships for
three-year terms beginning last
Thursday.


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Mr. and Mrs. W L. 3miTl nonorea anniversary cake topped with min-
** iature bride and groom was sur-
On 25th W wedding Anniversaryrounded by an arrangement of car-
On 25th Wedding Anniversary sT^^:..meno
After the initial cutting of the
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ley Smith home at 620 Garrison Avenue, on cake by the honorees the guests
were honored on their 25th wedding the night of December 18. were served by Mrs. Durel Brig-
anniversary with a reception given On the lace covered table were man. Presiding over the silver cof-
by their daughter and son-in-law, white carnations ih a silver bowl fee service was Mrs. A. P. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Fairley in their flanked with silver candelabra hold- Present with the many friends


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who called during the evening to
offer their congratulations and best
wishes were Mrs. Smith's mother,
Mrs. Susie Rowan, and sisters, Mrs.
Cecil Holloway of Chattahoochee,
and Mrs. John Nadaud of Buenos
Aires, Argentina and their hus-
bands.
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Guests of Porters
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter had as
their guests during the Christmas
and New Year holidays, Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Bernard Sundin of Min-
neapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Sun-
din are the parents of Mr. and Mrs.'
Porter's son-in-law, Captain Charles
H. Sundin now stationed on For-
mosa. Mr. and Mrs. Sundin left
Saturday for a tour of -the .state
and expect to return for a short
visit before continuing 0on their
Lhrip to the Louisiana and Texas
coast.
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Guests of McKnight's
Guests of Mr. and Mr.. C1. H. Mc-


Knight and daughter Dianna for
the holidays were Miss Marilyn
Nagel of Clermont and their son,
Bob. Both are students at the (ni-
versity of Florida in Gainesville.
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ST. JAMES' CHURCH *e s
EPISCOPAL Daniell's Observe
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Rector
1st Sunday after Epiphany, Jan- 57th Anniversary
uary 11. 7:30 a.m., Celebration of .
the Holy Eucharist followed by a
breakfast and meeting for the Mr. and Mrs. F. Danell observ-
Episcopal Churchmen. 9:45 a,., ed their 57th wedding anniversary
Episcopal Churchmen, 9:45 a.m., ion December 28. The occasion was
Church school, 11:00 a.m., Morning observed with a big diner with
prayer and sermon. 6:30 p.m. The observed with a big dinner with
Episcopal young churchmen. many relatives present for the ob-
Episcopal young churchmen. servance.
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The public is cordially VIed to
worship with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.
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Mlr. and Mrs. Stephen Ronald
Price announce the birth, of a son,
Allen Russell on January 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Lemony
Land announce the birth of a daugh-
ter Cynthia on December 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wayne Mc-
Cullough announce the birth of a
son, Ephriam Barnell on December
25.
Mr. and Mrs. Dowling Stone an-
nounce the birth of a baby boy,
Dowling, Jr., on December 26.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital at Port St. Joe)
Visitors From Sarasota
Mr. and Mrs. J .D. Shealey of
Sarasota visited with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shealey of Oak
Grove last week end.


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Present at the affair were Mr.
and Mrs. Marlyn Kanneberg of
Brewton, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
'Shirah of Tyndal Air Force Base,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Daniell, Mr.
and Mrs. Emmette Daniell and Mr.
and Mrs. George White, all of Port
St. Joe.
Holiday Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. George McDowell
of Talledega, Ala., were holiday vis-
itors of Mr. and Mrs. Emmette Dan-i
iell. Mrs. MCDowell is Mrs. Daniell's
sister.


THE5 STAR, Port St. Joe, PFI THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1959

0 rd Births Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chambers an-
olored ]Births nonce the birth of a daughter,
-- Kathy Earl on December 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fedd an- (All births occurred at the
nounce the birth of twin girls on Municipal Hospital.)
January 4. 4-
Mr. and, Mrs. Dudley Jenkins an- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
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--*--j. ---. ,dents Madison and Monroe took tish landings, Jackson strengthen-, THE STAR, Port St. Joe, PFla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1959
I 0 0 t O aISIOr OSt n or0goltt frequent diplomatic pot shots. ed his position and repulsed a corn- -
Hi r Lot a When war between Great Britain bind naval and land attack upon fused or was incapable of approp- 'Choetaw chief, who were'for unex-
N 0 T I C El S a1 -nvolved In Many Wars In Post land the United States erupted in his forces on September 12, the rate action. In all,. Garcon's army plainedd reasons turned-over to the
S,1812, the British, with nominal per- British retreating to Pensacola. is believed to have numbered some Creek Nation-for trial. Garcon was
CHANGE IN BANKING mission from Spain, and the local Allowing time for reinforcement, 900 Negroes and 200 Indians. shot; the Croctaw- was :sealped
NGE IN BANKING Florida. ha been a battleground land area later to be called the governor, Mateo Manrique, elected Jackson drilled his troops, finally In July, 1816, U. S. military alive and finally put to death.
HOURS on many occasions, has involved Louisiana Purchase. to make Northwest Florida a point, moved to the attack on November vessels were ordered up the Apa- No name has been discovered for
FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY so many different combatants, In the years-that followed, the of operations. Two men-of-war 6, engaged the British defenders of lachicola with supplies for con- this brief war .... but again it
that many an Interesting bit of his- ability of both nations to govern landed at Pensacola in 1813, put Pensacola in .a brief but decisive struction- of. Fort Scott, on the serves to illustrate the wide range
4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. toricar warfare has been lost or overseas wa greatly hampered ashore several companies of mar- battle. British troops were evaluat- Apalachicola River, Just north of of historical events which lie-with-
forgotten. This is the case with the hrlinperid by'ktheir, domestic upsets; lines, who immediately occupied ed, and Jackson remanded the city the Florida boundary. Halting at in our state. And it all happened
Formerly 5 to 8 PM. Battle of Prospect Bluff, a short the French-Revolution, the rise of the city's fortifications, Ft. San to its Spanish governor, with a he mouth of the river, one ship within two hours' drive-in a North-
All other hours remain the sam but significant part of unusual war- B onap:irt., and -the beginnings of iMiguel and San Carlos de Barran- strong warning against giving fur- put over a small boat. and landing west Florida!
fare which involved Florida prior n-uitijple reyolts In Latin America cus. their aid to the invaders. party to obtain water. Ambushed
FLORIDA BANK to the final cession to the United stripped b'.th n..ion. of effective Accompanying the marines Dropping back to Mobile, Jack- on the beach, the party was cut
States., overseas ,oroli Bonapart recog-' were two experienced cloak and son began further improvement of to pieces by fighters from Pros-
t Port StJoe By the terms of the Treaty of nzed this shortcoming, wisely- dis- dagger officers, Colonel Edward his line of forts just north of the pect Bluff, a final 'straw' which sr o. P
ember aris which followed our Revo- osed of his ildin in this area Nichols and Captain George Florida line, preparing for a gen- forced J ac kson's subordinate,
F. D. D .c. Clutionacy War, Florida was re- at a profit. Spain attempted to con- Woodbine, who had a specific as- eral defense. General Edmund P. Gaines, to
Florida National Group turned to Spain, and France was tinue with weakly enforced local signment organization of Indian Following the Pensacola bat- take matters into his own hands.
given sovreigrity over that vast government, at which both Presi- and Negro unrest and agitation tie, agents Nicholls and Woodbin Attacking Prospect Bluff by
- .. against U. S. Forces. Specifically, moved their operations eastward, land and from the river, Gaines'
they aimed to raise the Creek na- luring many Indians and Negroes troops inflicted selrout losses, on
tion against U.. S. occupation with them. Along the Apalachi- the battle-green defenders, cli-
Stroops, and to encourage slaves cola River, some fifteen miles maxed by an artillery hit upon
*. throughout the area to run from north of the Gulf, a fort was con- the fort's magazine; in all, 270
.I rI 1 their masters and to join in a structed on Prospect Bluff. Addi- of the fort's 334 defenders .were
-fight for freedom against the tonal 'recruits' in this unusual killed, only three escaped unhurt. 4
Americans, army continued to flow in ...
Andrew Jackson, then a major and even after the Treaty of Thus ended the brief but unnerv-
IS PAYING to SAVI GS OW NERS more' a- general, was in command of the Ghent officially ended U.S.-Bri. ing war with Negro slaves and In- *0 .0
ia m *^ m m Seventh Military District, and had tish hostilities, Woodbine remain- dians in Northwest Florida. The 4-- ..* c
j, .'" 'R r P F fIr 1958 established border control through ,ed and continued his propaganda survivors were returned to their Send The Star to a frlena.
S.4 .. i .:-'. aS' ~ jI fo ] '& a line of forts, and closest point effort. Even with favorable terms owners, with the exception of the
to Pensacola being a defense works in the treaty, the Indians mis- leader Garcon and a participating GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
north of Mobile.Learning of the Bri- trusted the United States, remem-
rvf With more than h ...bered well the teachings of the
.... British agents. You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


$1,000,000.00

Insured

Savings


CITIZENS' FEDERAL is financing more than $900,000 improvements in
towns and countryside of this area.

Savings received by 10th earn from the 1st You can earn full six months profit
June 30th.

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cash, for INSURED SAVINGS account. You will be pleased with the way your
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-i-iraSarings


of Port St. Joe


!James Gems.,
by JAMES STAFFORD


However, a year later the last of
'the British influence was with-
drawn, and a towering 6' 8" Negro
chief named Garcon assumed com-
mand. Garcon was a powerful man
and created an awesome appear-
ance in a colorful combination of
uniforms in which he claimed the
military title of General. More than
300 armed men remained in the
fort, and scores of others occupied
an encampment nearby. Roving the
countryside as armed bands, these
runaways terrorized the area, brot
repeated protests from U. S. rep-
resentatives to the Spanish gover-
nor at Pensacola, who either re-.


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REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m:.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION __ 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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nd One short drive and you'll know
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models and colors. We can prom-
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Expansion of the City Restaurant is forcing us to move our
offices We are now in our new location to offer you the
finest in bookkeeping and income tax services.


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PHONE BAll 7-2221 401 WILLIAMS AVE. Port St. Joe, Fla.
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'" TOO L 'E TO drinking of -ah- alcoholic beverage His illness is a tragic o
becomes a definite need rather than endangers the lives and w
C LAS S IF IY-, a habit, others as well as his own.
SRUSSELL KAY recent years the. subject of forcement oiflcerBs and i
Ba RiKc.Aohol has beenI probed by thou- agencies .an tell you how
eIcoholism has become a major s.ands of researchers. doctors, pay- alcoholism Is related to t
hth problem in the mUiaed l.toloist- social workers, chem-. rate and accident rate.
,tes. Here in Florida authorities ists, educators and clergymen. And The same socle.ty that c
'mate there are more than 100,- they are still probing. the alcoholic is largely re
suffering rom this destructive, They geflerally agree that an al- for his predicament for it
Scoholic- is a dangerously ill man. vanced to a point where no
e lic.,*,,,, r,*a b, ,,; .. .rather than a drunken bum. He Is', convention or party is con;
nal~cohoic may be described, asinot so much weak-willed-as he is 'success unless it is spar
er-son. who :eels that. his very Il.:ples' and he sorelyfieads sympa- a cocktail party and sust
ateiace dependst.on 'alcohol. The thetic understanding and treatnlent. the wliskey bottle.


one for it Thanks to the "office party" tion Program. Clinics have'been es- THE STARt, Pot St Joe, :FI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1959
welfare of Christmas has become a nightmare tablished at Jacksonville, Miami,
Law en- in countless homes. Most alcoholics Pensacola and Tampa for out-pa- The 50-bed Center at Avon Park cil. To be treated at one of the clin-
insurance begin as social drinkers and while tients and inpatients are cared for offers both men and women pa- ics r o'the -Centir a person must
w closely there may be some who can "take at the Avon Park Rehabilitation tients limited medical care," inldi-' have beenia resildent 'f Florida for
he crime it or leave it alone" a large per- Center. vidual therapy, group therapy, resi- at least one yea.e. 'ud must volun-
centage cannot and that is one of At the same time Alcoholics dental living, religious and occu- tarily express.. a desire. for treat-
condemns' the reasons we find our nation tac- Anonymous is .accomplishing splen- national guidance. Following treat- ment;
sponsible ing the problem of four million did results but much more needs ment at the Center patients are re-
t has ad- men and women who are classified to be done. At best we are only ferred to-the several clinics and to ."Visitors From Georgia
meeting, as true alcoholics. scratching the surface. Treatments A-A groups. Mr. and Mrs. C; L. Bruce and
sidered a Florida along with a number of may include medication, psyco- Ernest A. Shepherd is adminis- children, ianey and Davia of Kings-
ked with other progressive states is trying therapy, case-work, group therapy, trator of the program. He is direc- land, Ga., visited last week end
gained by to do something about the problem limited hospitalization or referral ly repsonsible to the Governor and with Mrs. Bruce's parents,'Mr. and
through its Alcoholic Rehabilita- to other appropriate agencies. his Cabinet and an Advisory Coun- Mrs. J. F.- Daniell,'.


NOTICE OF INTENTION
0 DISSOLVE CORPORATIONS
Notice is hereby given under :he
ivislons of Section 608.36, Florida
L.utes, 1953, to each of the cor-
rabtons -listed below, the same be-
; incorporated under the laws of
)rida, and according to the re-
'da of the Secretary of Sitate,
;te and every suoh corporation ap-
irs delinquent for three (3) years
more in the filing of reports- and
yment of taxes under the provi-
.ns.of Section 608.33, Florida Sta-
.es, 1953, and that under the pro-
nions of said Section .60S.3G, Flor-
L Statutes, 1953, said corporations
ve been classed as subject to
solution, and that three i30
)nths after date of this publica-
in each and every such corpora-
in listed below -that has not in
e.meantime tiled its reports due
d paid the taxes due under the
visions of Section 6jS.33, Flor-
a Statutes, 1953. will be certified
the Governor of the State of
orida, who will issue a Proclama-
)n at that time dissolving said
rporation.
GULF COUNTY"
ame: Principal place.of business
B. & G. Company, Inc., Port St.
Joe.
gilbert Construction and Supply
ampany Port. St. Joe
ilf- Hardware and Supply Com-
any, Incorporated Port St. Joe
It is further directed that a copy
this notice be published one
me in the Port St. Joe Star. a
ewepaper published in Port St.
co,' Florida, in which county the
ome office of the above listed cor-
orations are shown to be located.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
erpunto set my hand and caused
te Great Seal of the State of Flor-
Ia, to be affixed at Tallahassee,
he Capital, this the 2nd day of
january A. D., 1959. .
SEAL)
'. A. GRAY:
Secretary of State
NOTICE
The City of Port St. Joe will re-
:eave sealed bids until 5:00 o'clock
I.M., EST. Tuesday, January 20,
L959 for the purchase of the follow-
ng equipment.
Specifications. 2-ton Trucks
Two. (2)-1959 Model 2 ton Trucks
Cab and Chassis
Wiheetbase, 154 inches or better
Engine--6 or 8 cylinders, 135
horsepower or better, 6 cylin-
der engine, 160 hGrsepower or
better, 8 cylinder engine.
6 8:25X20 heavy duty first grade
10 ply transport tires with
tubes.
7 heavy duty disc type wheels
with 6:75 rims minimum.
Heavy duty front springs 2,500
ibs. capacity each.
Heavy duty 2 stage rear springs
7,000 16bs. capacity.. V
Heavy duty 12 volt battery 70
amp, hours capacity.
2 speed rear axle,. 15,000 lb. ca-
wpacity. :
Self canceling double face turn
Indicators.
Heavy duty brakes-vacuum over
hydraulic.
Vacuum. booster 8 inches or bet-
ter.
4 speed syncromesh transmission
with P.T.O. opening.
Specifications for one half ton
Pick-up Truck, Standard Modet
One (1) One-half ton pick up
truck,- standard model.
5 6-ply No. I grade heavy duty
black sidewall tires with tubes.
oStandard gear shift.
TiUmjbea owf- cylinders, not less
than 6'ri more than 8.
'..Specifllation5 for Poldce
1959 Standard Model.
Lettered on each side as follows:
"Police Department-City of
Port St. Joe" with Florida
Peace Officers' emblem decaled
on each side.
Heavy duty seats.
Oil filter.
Heater and defroster.
Police type heavy duty generator
35 amp or better-'--low cut in..
Number of cylinders eight (S8
Spot light, heavy duty type.
Five (5) 4-ply No. 1 grade black
sidewall tires. :
Color-,-black only.
'Body, 2 door sedan.
Standard gear shift.
'Directional signals.
.The City of Port St. Joe City
Commission reserves the right to
reject any and or all bids received.
.or to' reject any part or parts of
any bids received.
'R. W. HENDERSON
City Auditor and Clerk 2t


Notice of Annual
Membership Meeting
The annual meeting of .mem-
bers of Citizens Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association of
Port St. Joe will be held Wed-
nesday, January 21, 1959 at'2
p.m. EST, in the office of the
Association, Port St. Joe, .lor-
ida for the purpose of elect-
ing Directors for the ensuing
term, and to transact any oth-
er business which may legal-"
lI" 'nie' before said meeting.


MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR ratic Reductions!


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big, big saving on all fall merchandise.

MEN'S MANHATTAN
Cto PAJAMA and ROBE SETS
RI'. Cotton Wash and Wear The long life wash and wear

Were $14.95 NOW $8.99
---- BETTER fURY JUST TWO LEFT.--


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*CASS.
FOR RENT: FurnIls
a"d -iage a partme
fonr bedrbo,- For p
temparmy occupacy-
rate by W H or we
C. E. Thompson, Bew
Call BAIl 9-1184. Coath
Beacon Hill.
FOR RENT; Furnhash
Beacon Hill Reason
Iah Ir Stone or phon-e
FOR' RBTI Five rooi
ed house at 301 W<
$35.00 per month. Call
it BAll 7-281.
P t RENT: 2 bediro
apartment. On 7th
month. See W. 0. An
FOR RENT: Farnishe
One block from tow
Browne. 305 6th St
'FOR RENT:i and 2
artmenta. Purnished
ed. Call 7-3744


WE WUNUK ?
Are you thinking about the future growth of Port St. Joe and,
the surrounding areas? If you live on this earth you should-
own a' part-d it! TYt can nowidhag-e adreaf Into a reality.
Thereare riuany fine Iota for s le at' St. Joe BIeach. Fo'r less
thalfu $100 down aaffl0$100r'per'nitofth C'OWSTAL will'put you
in possession of one of these lots.
We invite you to join us, in -thi development and growth of
this part of Florida.

COASTAL REALTY COMPANY
PHONE BAll 7.4051 116 MONUMENT AVE.



NOW OPEN



HALL'S LAUNDRY

and DRY CLEANERS



107 Second Street
Telephone BAH 7-5996 for pick-up and delivery

Fluff-Dry and Wet Wash Laundry
Complete Dry Cleaning Service

S wne and Operated Oby
DREW B. HALL


Shores Subdivision. Terms to
suit you.
FOR RENT
-Three bedroom, two bath ap-
artment, St. Joe Beach.
-Three bedroom home with big
-We are building 15 new
front porch, St. Joe Beach.
homes here in Port St. Joe on
Bellamy Circle. These houses
are being built under FHA
and VA financing. If you are
Interested in owning your own
home, now is the time to buy.
-2 bedroom house, Overstreet,
Florida. Priced to sell.
E. TOM PRIDGEON
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Box 735 Ph. BAll 7-7741
411 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe

LOST: Nurse's pin, bkhe and gold.
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mia-
mi, Florida. Name: Roberta Louise
Hale and year, 1939, engraved on
back. Finder please call Gulf Co.
Health Department, 7-3141 or Call
Mrs. E. C. Harden, Jr., collect at
Wewahitchka, NE 9-2423. tfc-12-4
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
MAN OR WOMAN
Responsible person from this
area, to service and collect from
electricc cigarette dispensers. No
selling. Car, references, and $592.50
to $1975.00 investment necessary.
7 to 12 hours weekly nets up to
i$327.50 monthly income. Possible
'full-time work. For local interview
I give phone and particulars. Write
International Distributing Co., Inc.,
U. 0. Box 762, New Orleans, La.
PERSONAL: Watch for big gift
sale at Firestone Home and Auto
Supply beginning January 19..
WANTED: Waitresses. Apply in
person at the Seafarer Restau-
rant. Experience not necessary.
F YOU ARE INTERESTED in sav-
Ing money see as for anything
rom need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.


STOP! Take A Gander At This Offer

Before Buying A '59 Tag or Purchasing A Used Car
For each USED CAR bought from WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY
Will Be Furnished FREE!



a '59 Tag


FROM JANUARY 8 to JANUARY 31
We have on our lit at the present, a nice selection of fine used cars
for you to choose from.

Come In and Talk Trade With Us


Wimberly Pontiac Company


Phone 7-3411
-- --- -- -- -- "


201 Monument Ave.


SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Old records are good proot of
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for age, Carey sald, Geberally. the rule
quick expert service. M here ls tift tbhe older tithe r:ec r
LAWN MOWER FORt RENT: $1.00 the. better the- p'of' Any old, wi*
hour. Cut your lawn and let me altered family Bible record written
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf in ink may be satisfactory. Other
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomllin- in be at s*co
son, Phone 7-7501. records which can b VW cons d&ed
are'az old'1 cMsUa ucord a*. World
R. A. M.-'Regtlar convocatio' 0 War I draft record (the'sOcial' se-
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- O1rity. reprebentatlVe chWl g i in-
Ing brothers welcome. R. W. Smith, forintionf about' obtaining these),
High Priest. H. R. Malge, Secretary, a marriage or voting record. or an
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116l insurance' policy.
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- The social security office' laigid
lug first and third Modaa x kts' to0 give necessary help. ; advi ",b
100 p.m., American Legion Home in the matter of tabla age
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. O. 'as well as all other proofs, needed
0. F.-Meets first and third -it is our goal, to-pay benefits a
Friday, 7:30 -p.m. in Ma" llc
Hall. All members urged to attend; soon as possible after entitlkneOli
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G. to the payment. Applicants- wo-.fil
visiting brethren Invited. 'tWo to th.t1 b In tiksiif avAt eof'
J. C. MARTIN, Secty. retirement a~d who hbrinart np4af-


THERE WILL BE a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.

ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
ROY L. BUROH,. Secty.
Ail Master Masons cordially Invit*
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, S1O~
Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Monday.


IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
ANNIE ELIZABETH DICKENS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Annie Elizabeth Dickens, deceased,
are hereby notified and required to
file any claims or demands which
they have against said es'.te in the
office of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewa'hitchka, Florida, within
eight (8) calendar months from the
date of the first publication of thiW
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place of residence and post office
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
December 15, 1958.
Signed,
GASTON L. DICKENS
ESTELLE DICKENS MOSTLY
BENJAMIN H. DICKENS
Administrators of the estate of
Annie Elizabeth Dickens
deceased.
Benjamin H. Dickens
Attorney for the Administrators
First publication on December 18,
1958. 4t-12-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDIE'S-
COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN PROBATE.
IN RE: Estate of
LAURA JEAN STEVENS;
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Laura Jean Stevens, deceased, or
her husband, Carl Stevens, deceas-
ed, -are hereby notified and required
to file any claims or demands which
they may have against said estate,
in the office of the County Judge
of Gulf County, Florida, at the
Courthouse at Wewahitchka, Flor-
ida, within eight (8) calendar
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice. Each
claim or demand must be in'writ-
ing and must state the place of
residence and post-office address of
the claimant and must be sworn to
by the claimant, his agent, or his.
attorney, or it will become void ac-
cording to law.
Dated this 19th day of December,
1958.
/s/ Mabel G. Christmas
Administratrix of the Estate of
Laura Jean Stevens, deceased.
CECIL G. COSTING, JR.
Attorney for Administratrix 4t
First publication on Dec. 25, 1958,


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the fia social security payment
immediately following the first
month of retirement.
The so al ecurltioffclbvor thia
area is l'oc1tea at 52- Mercer Avel,
Panama'. City The- telephot e aum-
ber is POplar 3-5331.
Visit IM AIMS~h s |
'MW. aas1Mrs. W. I. Carden spent
last week end In Harteelle, Ala,
visiting. their son and family, ReY [i
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THVWLRBOY,. JANUARY 8, 1959:


Forest Fires h Gulf CCouay Slow

Drop It 1958 Over P rei Yew


iFOR SALE: 3 bedroom house, Dou- FIRST BAPTIST BWC ..
ble garage, 2 lots, cypress panel-; WILL ME-ET MONDAY
IEFIW **eU -A T -S* 'ing throughout. Can be financed. The BWC of the First Baptist
tFOR-'RENT: 1bedrooi-louse; $3 602 Woodward Ave., Phone BAll1 Church will me onday nht at
hed potta per month/Water furnished. Call 9-17.7 2tp Church will meet Monday night at
e o W foutis 7-3907 2tp the church at 7:30 p.m. for their
Ssts, twO t' ,FOR SALE: 20 acres of land near Royal Service Program.
nanet or FOR RENT: Nice large 3 bedroom Willis Landing. Call Mrs. All members a d to attend Peros wP apply fo- sPcal
k,. Sao Mrs; hone. Bathroom, hot and cold Shire-. Phone 7-3746, and bring a twinin the form of a curity benbrTtt cih )ie ee uep:
acon HiU, or water, large yard' and garden .FOR .ALE 'ew member or prospect the payment of the' iWrenits if
tages plot. eeM Hardy or hne Three 'bedroom house on Marvin they rliir, c talt rWblrd th
7-2514v Ovenrtreet postoffice. Avenue. Only $500 down and bal- NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect tlft theffl'whiefthey file application, ac-
id- ootta at l ance on FHA loan.I bright new uphclstery wlth'tailwr cordirig to John 6'Wf, D5itrlct
able. See SI- FOR RENT: APartmelt, furnished Two bedroom house on McClel- made seat covers. Many fabrics to ordng. O ,rte% oTc
7-7181. tt1 or-unfurnilhed. Call Mrs. 7-2565 lan Avenue. $500 down and balance choose from, Butler's Trim Shop, Mauie -O f t "tie .P.UW o--
n u l, or see Mrs. Paul Farmer in Oak on FRA loan. Corner Second and Reid. '
oodward Ave. Grove.Practically new and complete in UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your The applicant shouldof- course,
Ben Dickens every deta l. Has 125 ft well furniture 1I k old? Bring it to have his social security card with
t0-10' FOR SALE youngstown kitchen sink, complete ler' Trim Shop, orner Second him,. but in. addition, the card- of-
am furnished .... bath and water heater. We can as- eany ot.iermember of the.familly for
St $40.e0' per sist you in financing this home.whom claim will be filed
nderson. ELECTROLUX, the cleaner you FRANK HANNON -Keys Made While You Wat whom m wl e filed.
Sapartme nt er have to empty. With floor Registered Real Estate Broker Evidence of ean th l
d. apartments pohsfer. Sales, Service. Jack Cut- Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave. 35c EACH Evidence of earnlnay the lcst
n. Mrs. .'has ry, representative. 1511 Beck Ave., ICYCLE PARTS 12 months is a3 saed itary.
tfl Phone SU 5-4007, Panama City. 4tp WESTERN AUTO Considerable time ca be saved if
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES the employed applicNlla will bring
beiftom ap- FOR SALE: 60x 130 ft. lot at How- FOR SALE BOATS and TRAILERS a copy of his WV2 fortOat year-it
or unThrunish- ard Creek. See!C. J. Sanford, 202 -Three bedroom hom on Mc- BOATS and TRAILER a copy of his 2 fo t year-if
Cherokee ,akd Grre. ltdp, Clellan Ave. Reasonable. Reel Parts and Repairs self-employed, Ivshellou present a
-Three bedroom home with -- copy of his Idkt tawn'returft and- evi-
den on Marvin Ave. Pay own- FOR FAST, EFFICTENT PLUMB- dence of payitt of th scmlat aeW
ers equity, ING SERVICE. Call Bill's Plumb-
nr- -- .% --Beach Lots, Cape San Blas ing. Phone 7-7846 or 7-8161. tfc curity tax.


-flijiitg WT13U.4- acriaa
Thils aioh'a*OW.wd brseWse6 oeikht
frhAi& "1059X4'a;O~wublerin 1M
than In 1957.-Pope says 'thU- idb-
cxbaah Was -cauffied h'" by help flof
gbod frbrstl.mlbded preopI.w of.- Gulf.
Vbuutw and: surromF6Ifg! vqIwite.
The- Poreat sw"We- .persnnei
r wbheg to thank- meb-sn4 everyone
ShO*tj tSil lb 1958albuh av
a lI~7w~yto~goto, %lrb Dof rdstbr
the- perfet. recot&. proteetion- we
are'- almlbg, aL
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Coastal' Realty 'Company anaad "fi-~ o Ievelopniet bit iUrt y
have sole nice homes for sale own Westcott. Circle; if yow.
purchase now, you may chbw'-youn ofwa color ehoes, etef.
The down payments on these bomer start at SlSO phbicleinug
cost. If you havYe a" ot in twu-t or' othWe property.. lbtl1' tl
figure a trade on onfe of tli8be"finua.htntet

HAVE HOUSE MUST SEt
A small country home with; one acre o' IOae A real urli
at $3,475.00. Down payment orly$W85.08., 4)iN llhliuan'
balance at $40.00 per moith.
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Television Sets


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J. H. Pope, dispateher for the
GuR- County division-of theFPlorid&
ereyst Service, s ays his. 158< fire'
report- shows.- &2 fires buned- 310,7
aeres- compared to 19.1 reports
shows. 40 fites that burned- 13-7894
In a-breakdown of-causes -of fire
Pope showed that five: incendiary
fVr"s burned 18.9 at'er 1 t1f light-
ning fires burned- 1416A acres; 1-7
careless' fires burUMd 127s2 cres for
a total' of 32 firfs bui'fing 310,7
acres.
The' record f tbh 1957? show' 2M
incendii.A fires V1utlniig i4 acree;
19 libtbhing. fires 'builntl 138.9
btets; 1 eataeless firbs- burning
1.298.1 aere-tfor ea total of' 40 fired


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THE STAR
Pihgisd Eve ry Thursda At 306 Williams Avenue, Port StL Joe, Florida
By he Star Publishing Company
WgS=r I. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Latype Operator, A Man, Floor Man, columnist Reporter, Proof Reader
ONE YEARl A0 SIX MONTHS 1.50 THREE MONTHS $127.50
ONE YEA RIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Itered as second-ola matter., Decmber 19, 197, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida,. under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
TO AVERTISERS-a case of error or omissions In advertleements, the publsera
dat aet kold thwaselves liable for damage further thsn amount received for such
avesken ad tis given cant attention; the printed word IF. thoughtfully
swei Te spoken word barely aerts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken wordtoa lost; the printed word remains.


ThE South Won Friends In 1958
Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia has announced that he will
reintroduce in the coming session of Congress a bill to assist in
the voluntary relocation of the races for a "more equitable distri-
bution." The Senator's proposal seems worthy of serious consid-
eration in the new year because it is based on an intimate know-
ledge of the South.
It is one of many proposals, ranging from massive integra-
tion to armed revolt, that will be heard in the South in 1959.
This being the first day of that year, it seems a good time to review
the turmoil of 1958 and look ahead to see how 1959 might affect
the nation's most crucial domestic problem.
The real tragedy of the 1954 Supreme Court decision was
impressed upon the nation in 1958 with the closing of the public
schools in Little Rock, Norfolk, Charlottesville and Warren Coun-
ty, Va. On the one hand, the South showed its determination to
maintain its established way of life. On the other, it became a
costly display, especially for the thousands of students who have
missed a full semester of education.
The South increased the strength of its position last year
by winning friends throughout the nation. At year's end, there
seemed to be more sympathy for Southern customs, less demand
for forced integration. It must be admitted that the South's posi-
tion was not necessarily improved by the way our region conducted
itself as much as by other factors, such as alarming crime rates in
integrated situations.
"Moderate" became a bad word in the South in 1958, es-
pecially for political leaders.
More school closings are almost a certainty in the SoutI
in 1959. Georgia faces immediate prospects of this delimma, as
does Alabama where Rev. Martin Luther King announced "an
all-out effort" for integration of Montgomery schools. Southern
defenses in the new year would appear to be likely to be modeled
after Alabama's pupil placement law, upheld in 1958 by the Su-
preme Court. But that would mean token integration if it is tc
work and many Southerners apparently would not accept that.
Thoughts will return in 1959 to the students of close
schools, the tragic victims of Supreme Court high handedness
Leaders will search diligently for ways to re-open the schools
within a framework of racial segregation. Perhaps they will find
it without seeing it crushed by federal troops (which will not ar-
rive as quickly in the year before a presidential election.)
On another subject, Sen. Russell said, "We have never beer
in a helpless or hopeless situation." This is true also of the
South. The situation was not hopeless in 1865 or 1958 and it
is even brighter in 1959, though it might be hard to convince some
students and parents in Little Rock and Norfolk.
-- Florida Times-Union


MOVE TO CUT 5CHOOL-COSTS .. --- -.-. has received less -funds- fromi--the- HfS--$TARrPort- StrJoe, Fla. THURSDAY, JAANARY8-i1969
Legislature than were requested.
Sa resu, ee for textbooks location agriculture, home econ I number of adult education units ha
?51z;- E T a V."s o0haeeinoreasocational a ricultu o sed from 15 in 1949-50 to 440
EgidoT r3@ 2 .. 7-L.- LA have piled up, omics, trades and industries and .
S. Frank Scruby. research director adult education. this year. There will be anetmat-
T .-10.eiltv_,_-lsi o i iled 5 f2 units in 1960-61,.
T .... S_, ..; _.... ...!.-, for the legislative committee, said gures coied by the Depart ieas n
... 2, e j -:,S .'i,' L .-. 1Figures compiled by thDepar-
complaints which have been regis- nment of Education show that all of m eeting off and on for thasbe
reed against the free textbook pro- these programs are growing. etwl-of .an.n ... f
TLL H ES 1 Florida discard its free textbook wo years, will begin drawing up
T.ALI. \T \'.-E S1,,,,,1, Florida discard its free textbook-m .i in addition to costs to the l),by said that in view of the growing definite proposals next year to be
program in a move to cut down on the soaring state costs of edu- state, are there are not enough free costs of education the question has definite proposals next y to be
cation? books to go around and that the been raised as to how far the state
That's one of the questions the legislative Interim Corn- children are restricted in taking should go in footing the bill.
mittee on Education will try to answer at its final public hearing books home fo te The number of kindergarten un-
to be held in Marianna this week end, However, the Department of Edu- its,-for instance, has grown from 55 G ASSFIED ADS
Florida has had a free textbook cation says the stat can buy books in 19-50 to he current Mdge Invesments With
Spend Holidayp Here program since 1926, and since 1935 cheaper than parents can because timates. there will be 2 rnt e gtn etmt
Sit has provided free books to all of volume buying. This discount timates there will be 244 units. The Giant Retur
Miss Marietta Chaftn and Cadet 12 grades of the public schools. 'usually amounts to about 25 per i .
William Chafin spent the holidays Costs of the free textbook pro- cent.
here with their parents, Mr. and gram to the state during the cur- If the Legislature should abolish COLD W AVE
Mrs. Milton Chafin. Marietta, a sen- rent two-year period is five million the free textbook program, parents o
ior at Baylor University, W"aco, dollars. The State Department of would be required to buy the books
Texas, left for school Saturday. Education will request about S8 for their children. The state figures r
William, a freshman at Marion Mili- million dollars for the biennium a new set of textbooks would cost
tary Institute, Marion, Alabama, re- starting next July 1. $115.25 per pupil on the average for
turned to school Sunday. At its last meeting in Pensacola the first 12 grades if parents had 'S BEAUTY SHOP
tho legislative committee was told to buy them. had CFR| EKl'S BEAUTY SHOP
Wat Ads t r by J. K. Chapman, deputy state Twenty-three states now have PHONE BA 7-8951
Want Ad sc oo superintendent, that each free textbook programs, but not all .PHONE BAll 7-8951
*dvertlnino doesn't cos.-- PAY", year the Department of Education of these supply them for all 121- .. e
"tc .. ..grades. -
_- '---- ..- -.-- The textbook discussions will -A '
., ,_come up on Saturday. 4IL J
On Fridaywnight, thelegislative
SB f -**,' ^ committee will discuss the special ,' +..l-.' ",
Smih 9 16 school programs which are being
l, 'Ifinanced partly with Minimum CALHO UN
Prescriptions compounded by Foundation Program funds and the 1 NTY
d GRADUATE Pharaodie .- disability of charging fees toN T Y
f.RA h ,m a, .T',, toot at least part of the bill. County Seat,
JOHN ROBERT SMITH ..... All Programs Growing '". .'"""l 1
Pharmaceutical Chemist These special programs include -- .-. biOUntSfOWn
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Born of a feud over river commerce with Apalachi-
cola, Calhoun County was formed in 1838. Income is
derived from general farming, lumber and livestock.
"Raising" worms for fish bait has reached the proportion
of a major industry. Calhoun County is noted too, for its
tupelo honey, outstanding beef and dairy cattle business,
and profitable tung oil industry. The Dead Lakes and
picturesque Apalachicola River provide splendid hunting
and fishing. County seat is Blountstown, named after an
Indian chief and its first settler.
In progressive Calhoun County, and throughout
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works
constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale under
pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict law
enforcement serves the best interest of the people of
Florida, the Foundation stresses close.cooperation with
the Armed Forces, law enforcement and governing offi-
cials in its continuing "self-regulation" program.
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Methodist Youth Fellowship __ 6:15 p.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) -- 7:45 P.M.


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1959


SIORE


AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
321 Reid Avenue Port St. Joe, Fla.
PRICES GOOD JANUARY 8, 9 and 10


U. S. NO. 1 LONG ISLAND WHITE


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CRISP GREEN ICEBERG

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10 LB. BAG




2 HEADS


25c


A & P FROZEN FORDHOOK
LIMA BEANS ---.
or 6 10 Oz. Pkg,
BROCCOLI SPEARS ----
A & P ALL PURPOSE DETERGENT GIANT PKG.


SAIL 49c

SUPER-RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN STEER BEEF LB.


Rib ROAST


ALL GOOD SUGAR CURED SLICED BREAKFAST LB.


THE STAR, Port St. Joe. Fla.


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Highland View, Florida
SPECIALS for JANUARY 8, 9 and 10


Ga. and Fla. Grade 'A' 1% to 2% Avg.
(LIMIT 2) 2 FOR


2 to 8 Lb. Avg. MEATY SPARE LB.

Spare Ribs 45c
Register's and Strickland's Country
Style Pure Pork LB.


Sausage
Borden's Canned


65
5FOB


BISCUITS 49c
Sun Spun 2 LBS.


OLEO


Ga. Grade 'A' Large


EGGS


Limit 2 Doz.


39c


2 Doz.


1.0


Regular Size



Tide


25,i


With $5.00 Order or More
Armour's Cottonseed No. 10 Jug

OIL 1.29
Red and White Toilet 4 Rolls

TISSUE 35c


Red and White

COFFEE


Seatide

SALMON


Lb. Tin


77c


1Lb. Can

49c


5 LB. BAG DOMINO


SUGAR


39c


With $5.00 Order or More


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NEWS FROM
Highland View
By MRS. EULA ROGERS
Sgt. and Mrs. Marvin Owens and
son of Maxwell Field Air Force
;,Base, Montgomery, Ala., spent the
holidays with Mrs. Owens' parents
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Watson.
Mrs. Sid Jones and boys spent
Ithe holidays in Havana with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mathews
spent the holidays in Enterprise,
Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Vester Hicks ani
sons visited in We-vahitchka Sun-
day.
i Mr. and Mrs. Steve Daniels and
children visited in Carrabelle over
the holidays with Mrs. Daniels'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and
daughter of Mobile, Ala., spent the
holiday with Mrs. Stokes' mother
and grandparents, Mrs. Seawright
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rentz.
I Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson of
'Starke and children Robert, Con-
nie, Karen and Shelia spent the holi-
,days with Mr. Johnson's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coker and fam-
!ily.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Collier spent
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Coker and family. Mrs. Cillier
will be remembered as Miss June
Coker.
Mrs. Patsy Herring and her son
and daughter, Gregory and Dianne
spent the holiday swith her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Coker and Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Herring before
leaving for California where she
will join her husband at Alameda,
California Navy Base where they
will be stationed for three years.
Mrs. Sid Jones left Sunday for
Robbinsville, N. C., to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Patten and
family.
Miss Melba Butts of Panama City
spent the week end with her fam-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butts.
Mrs. Albert Davis of Wewahitch-
ka were vsiiting friends here Tues-
day.
Mrs. Margle Cumble of Panamqa
City spent the week end with her
parents and family.
Melvin Seawright and Jimmy
Cox spent Saturday in Panama
City.
Miss Doris Keels of Panama City
spent Christmas day with her mo-
ther and family. xiA


TOP OF THE YEAR VALUES!
LADIES, OUR 1959 SALUTE TO YOU .
NYLON HOSE (3 pr. box) --$1.45
Positively First Quality Try. and beat it.
1 Sell Out Group Ladies Orion Jersey
DRESSES BLOUSES
Values up to $7.95 Values to $3.95
$2.99 $1.59 and $2.59
Surprising styles and value .
It's BOYLES January Clearance Sale!
Save Now On i
FAMOUS FOXCROFT SHEETS
Unconditionally guaranteed for two years wear or
100 Washings
81 X 99 $1.59
81 X 108 $1.79
42 X 36 Pillow Cases 2 for 97c
OTHER SIZE SHEETS PRICED LOW
Part Wool Double Plaid
BLANKETS----- $2.99
Lovely Solid Color Blankets
SATIN BOUND $3.99
Full Size Chenille $3.95 Value
BEDSPREADS -----$2.99
$6.00 Value Spunwell Woven Jacquard Bedspreads
SINGLE and DOUBLE $4.39


Keep Your Eye On BOYLES In 1959!
Fine Feathers Spencer fine cotton
NYLON HOSE PANTIES


Best quality, 60 and 66 ga.
box 3 pr. $2.75
All sizes, new spring shades


Dependable Merchandise at
BOYLES Clearance Sale!
Attractive, absorbent
TWO SPECIAL BUYS
Dish Towels
12 for $1.00
or
6 for $1.00

Men's heavy quality full cut
sanforized
DUNGAREES
Worth $2.50 anywhere, anytime
$1.99 Pr.
Boys Dungarees --- $1.69,


White


Somethign new Every Day at BOYLES
Take time to look
New colors In
Rayon Taffeta and
Nylon Net
2 yds. $1.00
SAVE AT BOYLESI


Take Time in '59 to Shop BOYLES .
the Sunshine Store!
Boy's Spencer
KNIT BRIEFS
Sizes 4 to 16 Every pair guaranteed.
3 for 99c
BOY'S "T" SHIRTS TO MATCH
3 for 99c


Sizes 0 to 12
4 pr. $1.00


or pastel colors in small
sizes 0 to 3


Shop Happily at Boyles
Clearance Sale
All Children's
SWEATERS
67c on the Dollar
OF MARKET; PRICES
2 SPECIAL GROUPS
BLOUSES
A Sellout At
$1.00
and
2 for $3.00
S TRIKE it RICH at BOYLES
Now!
A sellout of Tubular
ORLON JERSEY
$2.95 Value
2 yds.$3.00
ALL COATS, SUITS
and JACKETS
for Ladies and Girls
67c on the Dollar
On the Dollar of
Original Prices
You'll save One Third!
All Ladles
HATS V /2 PRICE
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HELLO!
Dear Friends and Customers!
We announce this Sale with a
great deal of pleasure and sat-
isfaction. It's pleasant to be
among home folks again per-
manently It's satisfying to
participate in the effort to serve
you enthusiastically and effi-
ciently. We shall study your
needs carefully and comb the
market constantly to offer you
the most for the least. It is our
belief that you need not pay
High Prices for merchandise of
Quality. It depends on ohow you
shop and where you shop! We
believe in selling it quick for a
small profit. Our Cash Policy
makes this possible and passes
the savings to you. We do not
allow old stock to accumulate
and a constant flow of new mer-
chandise keeps it interesting for
us and makes you happy tool
We believe that your shopping
should be a pleasure and not a
chore. We want your goodwill
and friendship along with your
patronage. You are worthy and
deserving of pleasant, efficient
and helpful SERVICE. Our aim
for 1959 is to make more friends
and win more customers for
Boyles Department Store, the
home of Sunshine Values and
Happy Shopping!
Sincerely yours,
R. GLENN BOYLES
P.S. We gratefully acknowledge
your splendid patronage in 1958.


Children's Knit
PAJAMAS

2 pr. $2.89


BOLE Rll Ot heVaueBare


BOYLES Rolls Out the Value Barrel
Boys' Long Sleeve
SPORT SHIRTS
$1.59 Values -- --- $1.00
$1.95 Values ---------$1.59
Plaid ginghams, flannels and fine striped broadcloth.
Sizes 4 to 18
ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S and BOYS'
Entire Stock SUITS 70c
On the Dollar of Marked Prices
Men's Long Sleeve Knit
Sport Shirts --. $1.95 & $1.99
Turtle necks and Gaucho Collars Smart- colors and
new styles


A New Year With Booming
Values!
'All Men's and Boy's

JACKETS
70c on the Dollar
of Marked Prices
Work jackets included in this
sell out.

Men's blue chambray work
SHIRTS
Full cut and sanforized
$1.00 each


Men's nylon stretch
SOCKS

2 pr. 97c


A Whale, of A Sale at
BOYLES1
/
Striped Denim
PLAY SUITS
For small boys and girls .
Worth twice the price.
$1.59 each


BOY'S
SWEAT SHIRTS
97c ea.


Sizes 4 to 16
st .
It's time to Sew and Save Buy Now
at BOYLES Salel
New! Coordinated stripes and solid colors
Dripand Dry DENIM
WORTH $1.00 YARD
69c
Machine washable will not shrink or stretch
Ma y uses.

BOYLES Gratitude and Friendship
wrapped with every purchase!
36" Solid Color
OUTING FLANNEL
3 yds. for $1.00


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A Great Sale!
Men, you can buy a durable
quality, Star brand
WORK SHOES
for
$4.95 pr.


Port St. Joe, Florida


Shop and Save at BOYLES
Sale!
Men's full size White

Handkerchiefs
12for 97c
Blow and savel


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Junior G, A.'s Kennedy dismissed the elasis with followed with prayer' by Lorene CARD OF THANKS
The Junior G. A,'s of the High- prayer. Kennedy. Scripture reading was
land View Baptist Church met Mon- Your Secretary j taken from Luke 6:27-37 with theo express my sincere
day at 4:30. The Vice-president Norma Sue Peterson members reading responsively. All thanks and appreciation to all the
called the meeting to order. The Baptist WMS officers present gave reports. The friends and neighbors in Port St.
devotional reading was taken, from The Highland View Baptist WMS meeting was dismissed with pray- Joe and Highland View for their
Epheslans 2:19.-We had nine mem- met at 3:00 p.m. for their regular er by Mrs. Macomber. wonderful kindness and sympathy
:bers present. The name of our les- business meeting with five mem- and for the flowers during the re-
son for this week was "Gayle in hers present .The meeting opened cent loss of my beloved wife Myr-
the Golden State". The parts were with all singing the VWMS song, O
given out for next week. Jennifer For A Thousand Tongues To rn- m .. .. I. .I HARRISON


1959 VALUE GIVING GOES INTO SPEED AT BOYLES.
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STARTS JAN. 8
A Smashing Sellout of All Seasonal Merchandise Plus Thrilling New Values That Have
Arrived With the New Year!
TOP.. .TH ,E, YE. AL ES


ErLti Customer Must Be Satisfied At BOYLES
January Clearance Sale!


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Here It Is Again

Our History-Making, Money-

Saving Event for the Thrifty!


We must make room for new
merchandise coming in.
Here are some of the terrific
values in suites, discontin-
ued styles and Odd Lots.
First come First to get the
bargains.


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3 DAYS ONLY

Starts Fri. Jan. 9

8:00 A.M.

3 Ways To Buy Cash,
open account or install-
ment No outside fi-
nancing.
Bring this advertise-
ment as a shopping
guide.
FREE out-of-town and
in town delivery.
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CLEARANCE OF
LIVING ROOM FURNITURE









Rubber Cushions SAVE $100.00.
3-Piece Kroehler Sectional $299.95
Reg. $159.95-Foam cushions, brown print or tan linen cover.
2 Early American Sofas $119.00
Reg. $79.95-Match above sofas.
2 Win Chairs--- --- $59.95
Reg. $289.95--Foam cushions, brown cover.
3-Piece Sectional Sofa $199.95
Reg. $299.95-Rattan sofa, platform rocker, 2 step tables,
1 coffee table (Plastic Tops)
5-Piece Sofa Bed Suite $199.95
Reg, $189.95-Foam cushion, tweed cover.
Love Seat and Chair $149.95
Reg. $259.95--Maple. Sofa bed (sleeps 2), platform rocker,
3 matching tables, 2 table lamps.
7 Piece Maple Suite -- $199.95
Reg. $29.95-Blonde
1 Set of Tables ----- $19.95

7-Piece Living Room Group $139.95
Reg. $189.95-Includes sofa bed, chair, 3 tables, 2 table lamps.

BLANKET SPECIALS


Reg. $1.95
Cotton Blankets
Reg. $5.95-Double fold
5% Wool Blankets
Reg. $8.95--Boxed
Rayon-Nylon Blankets


$1.00

$3.95

$5.95


Values to $8.95
12 Bed Spreads --- ea. $2.95


- FURNITURE REDUCED


Rag $139.95-Thomasville
--" -y uffet $------
Reg. $119.00-Mahogany, Thomasville
.A- Tab --- -------$

7 -Piece Chrome Dinette $
Reg. $59.95 -
5 -Pace Chrome Dnette$



5 -Piee Chrome Dinette. __ $


89.95

79.00

79.95

44.95


US FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
6-P ece Oak Dinette -- $29.95
Table, 4 chairs and buffet
Large table and 6 chairs.-Reg. $119.00
7-Pc. Wrought Iron Dinette $49.95
Yellow Plastic
5-Piece Dinnette ------- $19.95
Kenmore Auto. Washer $49.50
Good Condition
Extension, 2 leaves
Maple Dining Table ---- $9.95
4 Doube Cotton Mattresses $4.95
Sfa Bed --- $9.95
4 Meta Bar Stools ---- $3.95
Good condition. Slightly used.-Sold for $179.95
2-Piece Sofa Suite --- $79.95


Apt. Electric
5-Burner Oil


Range -- $24.95
Range -- $39.95


Red Cover, Good Condition
3-Piece Sectional Group $69.95
18,000 BTU
2 Gas Heaters----- $7.95
Reg. $329.95-Automatic-Like new, new guarantee.
Speed Queen Washer -- $239.95
enith 17" T.V. Set-- $39.95
21" RCA Television Set .- $49.95


Reg. $69.95-Like new.
Lane Cedar Chest
36" Gas Range


$39.95
$49.95


BIG SAVYSS in


BEDROOM PIECES


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Reg. $189.95-Bahama finish. Plastic top includes double dresser,
bar bed and chest.
4-PieceBedroom Suite .- $149.95
baeg $119.95-Blonde modern. Includes double dresser,
bar bed and chest
4-Piece Bedroom Suite -_- $99.95
Reg. $179.95-Beige tan. Includes bar bed, chest,
Double dresser and large mirror.
4-Piece Bedroom Suite _-$119.95
Reg. $299.95-Walnut. Double dresser, plate mirror,
Bar bed and chest.
4-Piece Bedroom Suite $239.95


Reg. $39.95
Walnut Poster Bed
Reg. $39.95-5-Drawer
Chest of Drawers -- --
Reg. $39,95
Innerspring Mattress


$24.95

$29.95

$24.95


Reg. $49.95-30" wide, writing space with pigeon holes
3 large drawers.
Maple Desk Chest -----$34.95
Reg. $119.95-Maple. Includes 2 innerspring mattresses.
Bunk Bed Outfit --- $89.95


Values to $44.95
Occasional Chairs
Values to $39.95.
Rockers and Chairs


$24.95

$19.95


Reg. $2.98
12 Ironing Board Pads -$1.00
Reg. $79.95-2 Only
9 x 12 Axminister Rug $39.95
Reg. $5.95
12 Table Lamps------- $2.95


4 -Floor Lamps --------$6.95


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