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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 15, 1959
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TWENTY-SECOND YEAR

Proceeds Used To Fight Polio, Arthritis, Birth Defects


MONEY TALKS--Let* keep
it'where we can speak with it
once in awhile-Trade with
your home town merchantel
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
-ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1959 NUMBER 16


March of Dimes Drive


BeInrs Today In Gulf Co.


Tom Coldewy To Head




Chamber of For 1959


Mrs. Harold Odom, Mrs. G. Tapper

David C. Gaskin Will Head Drive

.Launching an expanded attack on behalf of a whole new
group of physically underprivileged persons in this county and
throughout the country,-the "Greater Victories" March of Dimes
will get under way today in Gulf County, according to county
campaign director, Mrs. Harold Odom and her assistants, Mrs.
George C. Tapper and David Carl Gaskin.
The appeal will continue through- --
out the month with the traditional our r-search team's. habit of suc-
Mother's March climaxing the 1959 cess will pay great dividends in
campaign, the local leader said. freedom from other diseases." she
"In 1959," she said. "the March said.
of Dimes must meet the big chal- a
lenge of the three faces of crippling Committee members named to
-polio, arthritis and birth defects. assist in the Gulf County Drive are
Just as the National Foundation as follows:
came up with the Salk vaccine, so Buines. Labor and Special Gifts
too we hope to move ahead toward Ed Woods, Chairman. Committee
greater victories in arthritis and members, Jimmy Greer, Doyle Re-
birth defects. therford, Wesley R. Ramser. Gnn
'Polio remains one of our targets noBut- I et, Marion Prrker, Wayne
because there are many victims of Buttram, V. Stone and Frank Mc, Don, ald.J-
that disease still needing help. Po- V. Stone and rank McDonald.
lio patients in our county who need Mother's March: Mrs. Joe Chis-
assistance will continue to receive tian, chairman.. Members.. Mrs.
it from the March of Diues. lit ad- Claude Lister and Mrs. Max Kil-
it from the March of Dimes. n ad- bourn of Wewahitchka; Mrs. Court-
dition, we are planning new pro.
grams providing assista ns to ney Martin, Beach area; Mrs. H. F
young arthritis patients and tolAyers, Highland View: Mrs. Joel
children born with defects of the Lovett. Oak Grove; Mrs Jack Ham.
central nervous system. Direct f. mock, Mrs. Dick Lam-berson, Mrs.
nancial assistance to such children R. W. Hendersn. M. Walter
through the age of 18 plus aid to Brown, Mrs. Leonard Bilin, Mrs..
all polio patients who need it will Merrll L Mrrill Mrs Rush ealy.m
,Mrs,,J. iL. Mier, Mrs Leo Shealy.
bring new .hope to many youngsters Mrs. i llr M Loseay
in our county." Mrs. W- H. Howell, Jr., Mrs. Kay
"The 1959 March of Dimes will Clark. Mrs. Wealey Grace, Mrs.M
help more people than ever before Benton Hamm and Mrs. B L Mc-
and will hold out hope for literally Cormnick for Port St. Joe.
millions. The March of Dimes set Coin Collectors" B. B. Scisson.
Out in 1938 to find a preventive for chairman; Mrs. Cannon Buzzett.
paralytc polio. That preventive is Mrs. Vic Anderson and Mrs. Cecil
pa ait~ p li.'r n ev t e I --.. .-


now a fact, and millions of Ame
cans have been vaccinated. No
we turn our efforts to new and ,
der fields, with full confidence it


Attendance

In Churches
-{

Presbyterian Church
Sutiday School
Yohtth Fellowship
Worship Services

First Methodist Church
Sunday School ]
Youth Fellowship
Worship Services 3

Mexico Beach Methodist
Sunday School
Worship Service

Long Avenue Baptist Church
Sunday School ]
Training Union
Worship Services.

First Baptist Church
Sunday School '
Training Union ]
WorshLp Service .

White City Baptist
Sunday School
Youth Fellowship
Worship Services

First Methodist Church
Wewahitchka, Florida
Sunday School
Youth Fellowship
Worship Services 1

Overstreet Methodist Church
Sunday School
Worship Service

Oak Grove Assembly of God
Sunday School
Children's Church
Worship Services

St. James' Episcopal Church
Holy Communion
,Church School
Morning Sermon,
Young Ohurohmen

Highland View Methodist
Sunday School
Worship Services
Youth Fellowship

Zion Fair Baptist Church
Sunday School


Lyons
Schools: Hoover Herrintion,
chairman; Leroy 'Bowdoin and
Emile Twine.
Sports Activities: Marion Craig,
chairman.
Publicity and Promotion: Mar-
tin Begley and Wesley R. Ramsey.
Teen's Activities: Ed Smith,
Chairman; Leonard Costin and Ju-


dy Fensom.
Gulf County permanent
officers are: J. A. Mira,
Chairman; Mrs. Robert


Chapter
Chapter
Tapper,


g86 Vice- Chairman; Mrs. Ernestine
Fortner, Secretary; Mrs. J. C. Cul-
pepper, Treasurer and Dr. Wayne
73 Hendrix, Medical Advisor.

375
"Save Time for

0 God" Rev. Smith


Rev. C. Byron Smith, pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Port
St. Joe was the guest speaker at
the Rotary Club Thursday.
With PIrt St. Joe being in the
midst of the nation-wide Church
Attendance Crusade, Rev. Smith
urged the Rotarians to make time
for God.
"First", said Smith, "we should
recognize God as God and realize
that we can make no excuses to
Him". Smith said that one of the
favorite excuses for everyone was
"I'm too busy", when asked to do
something -for their God or their
Church. "This excuse isn't good
enough", said Smith, "A person
can usually find the time to do
what he wants to -do". Smith urged
that Rotarians take time for the
things of God, "while you yet have
a choice".
Rev. Smith told the group, "You
can take your riches to Heaven
with you. You must leave your
money and property, but riches pil-
ed up by taking time for God and
His work, will go with you to hea-
ven."
Smith urged that the group use
the time of the Crusade from Jan-
uary 1 to Easter Sunday to acquire
the habit of -taking time -for God
and going to his house to worship.
Guests of the club were Frank
Graddy of Wewahitchka, Ed Ath-
ens and R. E. Linenkohl of Jack-
sonville.

On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thames are
on vacation to points in California


Worship Services 212 and Washington state,


Local Employees

Of Florida Power

Set Safety Marks,

Local employees of Florida Pow-
er Corporation were presented
safety honor certificates at the
company's annual safety -dinner
meeting held last week at Apala-
chicola, according to R. G. Porter,
FPC manager here.
During the: past year, Florida
Power employees enjoyed one of
.their best years from a safety
st.indpuint. according to H. B. Mc-
Mahan, safety director for the com-
pany. In recognition of their fine
record, the Edison -Electric Insti-
tute presented FPC the "Safety
Achievement Award for Outstand-
,ing Performance in Accident Pre-
vention" and -for working a million
and 'a quarter manhours without a
lost-time accident, McMahan said.
The longest record honored was
that of Mr. Porter, who has a safe-
ty record of 21 years with the com-
pany. Others honored were- Agnes
C. Culpepper. 16 years; James A.
Cox, 12; and Clifton W. Robbins, 8.
A highlight of the meeting was
the first local showing of the new
movie film. "Power People," which
tells the Florida Power Corporation
sturdy with special emphasis on the
employees The 18-minute -film. in
color and narrated.' is interesting
and informative and is available
for showing to local civic groups
through the FPC office here.



Tyndall Operation

Told To Kiwanis

iLt. Albert Audette of Tyndall
Air Forve Base presented a timely
program to the Kiwanis Club at
their .regular meetii.ng Tuesday. Lt.
Audette dwealt on the subject of
the purpose of Tyndall AFB in the
nation's air defense.
(Lt. Audette said that Tyudall has
a three-fold job: -that of evaluation
of pilots; training of radar per-
sonnel and training of maintenance
people in the maintenance of advan-
ced: machines.
Tyndall has'as its primary pur-
pose, keeping experienced pilots
proficient in the use of the latest
models in aircraft and, their wea-
pons. Tyndall introduces fighting
men to new weapons and instructs
in their use.
Radar personnel is very impor-
tant in -the use of the latest air-
craft. By radar the pilot is guided
to the target and his weapons sight-
ed on the enemy by radar and the
firing range computed by radar. At
Tyndall, men .are trained to oper-
ate these guidance machines. Lt.
Audette stressed their importance
by pointing out that when a pilot
sees anything from the new speedy
aircraft, it is too late to 'do any-
thing, so he hias to have advanced
radar "eyes".
'New aircraft :mean new mainten-
ance problems. The very nature of
the new aircraft being so fast and
intricate makes special problems in
maintenance. Tyndall -trains main-
tenance personnel the problems of
the new aircraft and how to fix
them.
Men at Tyndall train by doing.
A high-flying, fast drone is sent up
and picked up -by the trainees on
their radar. The pilots intercept the
drone and shoot it down.
As to weapons, Lt. Audette said
that -the later model aircraft use
missiles, and rockets almost ex-
clusively. "The day of the dog
fight is gone", the Lieutenant said,
"and 'bullet shooting guns are
practically a thing of the past in
our modern air force."
Guests of the club from the Port
St. Joe High School Key Club were
'Edward Smith and Clifford Wim-
berly.


GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


NEW CHAMEBR OF COMMERCE OFFICERS-S. L. Barke, Secretary-Treasurer; Dr. Joe Hendrix, Vice-
President, Tom Coi' :.', President; Martin Begley, Herbert Brown and George Wimberly, Jr., all
new Directors t:o the Board, ( photo)



Sharks Top Quincy for Loop


Win; Bow To Chapman Tues.


Go Against Malone Here
Tomorrow Night,

Port St. Joe took a hard fought
cage battle from Quincy here last
Saturday night. The score was 52-
42.
Quincy was two points behind
going into the last'qu.arter' when
the Port St. Joe cagers started to
hit the basket, and led by ten
points at the end of the game.
Ed Smih was high man for the
game for Port St. Joe with 14
-points followed by David Mussel-
white with 11, for the victors.
Jimmy Wells ;of Quincy. tied
Smith with 14 and Flake Cloud,
tied Musselwhite with 11.
Last aujit',. win gave Port St.
Joe a 1-1 conference record.


St. Joe
Knight
Munn
M'white
Smith
Mitchell
Chism
*Score


Port St. Joe
Quincy


fg ft ptjQuincy
21 5 Cook
4 1 9|Cross
4 3 11 [Cloud
4 6 14 Wiells
1 -2 4 |.Edwards
4 1 9
by Quarters:


fg ft pt


15 7 6 24-52
9 8 13 12-42


. A plague of 'greidinis" in the
third quarter spelled defeat for the
Port St. Joe Sharks -here Tuesday
night a's A>.al:aLlhicola took advan'
tage- of the Sharks scoring lapse
to! take a 54-42 victory.
iLeading the scoring prrale for
the visitors was forward Frank
Bartley with 26 points. Bartley ran-
ged in with his jump shot from the
top of the keyhole with telling ef-
fect, scoring 11 'field goals..
Three Port St. Joe starters -saw
only partial activity in the contest
as David Mu:selh.'lhite. J-arnes
Knight and Bob Munn were limited
to sporadic action because of ill-
ness.
Port St. Joe held a slender one
point lead at the end of the first
quarter, 10-9. The lead see-sawed
in the second quarter with the half
ending 19-19.
After the interi.isdion the. Shark
cagers suddenly grew cold collect-,
ing only two points in the period
compared to 17 for Chapman.
For all purposes that was the
game although Port St. Joe regain-
ed their eye in the final period with
21 points.
In the "B'k game Port St. Joe
defeated the visitors 26-15.
St. Joe Coach Marion Craig said


J~i tmniorrow nihlit Next Tues.da-y
the. Sharks play host to Chattaliho-


cltee.
St. Joe
Knight
iunn
\I wliite-
Mitchell
Smith
)awson
WVilder
Dlhism
Daniell
Score
Port St.
Apalach


fg ft pt Apalachi.
2 0 4 B'worth
1 2 4 Huckaba
3 1 7 Paulk
3 1 7 C'ney
2 1 5 DLaril.-
1 0 2,
3 0 61
1 2 41 '
0 3 31
by Quarters:
Joe 10 9 2


icola


fg ft tp
1 7 9
5 1 11
0 2 2
2 2 6
11i 4 26





21-42


9 10 17 1-8-54


Last Rites Held For

Mrs. Mary Miles Larkin

i'",1',i::l[ services were held for
Mrs. Mary Miles Larkin, age 31
Tuesday afternoon, January 13 from
the Oak Grove Assembly of God
Church in Port St. Joe. Services
were held at 4:00 p.m. and were
conducted by the Rev. E. L.
Gilliland, pastor of the church. In-
terment was in the family plot
at Holly Hill Cenfietery in Port St.
Joe.
Comforter Funeral Home of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments,
Pallbearers were Fred Perry, Jew-
el H;ri-.-.te. J. 0. Lucas, Vance Ro-
gers, Frank McDonald and W. E.
Thursbahy.
Mrs. Larkin died suddenly 'Sat-
urday morning, January 10 at her
home in Leavenworth, Kansas. She
was a native of Port St. Joe and
attended the Port St. Joe public
schools.
She is survived by her husband,
Phil of Leavenworth, Kansas; her
mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Miles of Highland View; three
sisters, Mrs. Christine Thursbay,
Poort St. Joe; Mrs. Helen Carl Gris-
sett, Jacksonville, N. C., and Miss
Carol Jean Miles of Port St. Joe.
one brother, Clyde Eugene Miles
of Macon, Ga.

Senior Class Is Giving
Away Portable Radio

The Senior Class is in :the pro-
cess of giving away a $35.00 radio.
The -radio is black and white un-
breakable plastic. It is a GE port-
able and may be used as a plug-in.
If you are interested in receiv-


his Sharks are how preparing for tng this radio contact any member
tough Malone quintet in. Port St, of the Senior class for details,


Elementary P.-T. A.

Will Meet Tonight

The Elementary School PTA will
meet trnIlnt (Thursday) .at the
Elementary School Auditorium at
8:00 p.m. for their regular meet-
ing.
According to PTA president, R.
H. Eltzey, u,:-S u-iu-'. for discus-
sion and action tonight are: Pro-
fits, from the Hallowe'en Carnival
and how they will be used and a
discussion of what can and should
be done to correct the problem of
stray dogs on and adjacent to the
Elementary School grounds.
Each member of the PTA is urg-
ed to l,,'-.'-iii.
--- --i(- ---

Child Guidance Expert

At Highland, View PTA

Dr. Fertch, Director of Bay Coun-
ty Child Guidance Clinic will speak
at the Highland View School Audi-
torium on Monday, January 19 at
7:30 p.m. Dr. Fertch's. visit is being
sponsored by, the Highland View
FTA.
to take advantage& of this opportun-
ity to work with Dr. Fertch.


eCi CEur9ches Will Combine Forces

Tk C yejuct Census of St. Joe Area


STAC House Operates

On Afternoon Schedule

Saturday was different for the
kids who usually attend the STAC
House. Instead of having the us-
ual Saturday night games, dancing,
etc., they enjoyed these in the af-
ternoon, because there was a home
basketball game. From now on,
when we have home games the
STAC House will be open in the
afternoon instead of that night.
Everyone be sure to come to the
STAC House this Saturday night.
It's covered dish supper night. We
are planning to have a grand time.
So be sure to come Saturday night
and bring a covered dish.


On February 1, ,between the
hours of 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. the
churches of Port St. Joe will join
forces to take a community-wide
religious census.
The Ministerial Alliance, at a re-
cent meeting, elected the Rev. J.
C. Odum, pastor of the Long Ave-
nue Baptist Church, as chairman of
the census. The Steering Commit-
tee, which consists of the Sunday
school superintendents of each
church, together with chairman J,.
C. Odum, met Sunday afternoon,
January 11, to make plans -for this
census.
The area to be covered is Port
St. Joe, Oak Grove and Ward
Ridge. The churches of Highland
View have been invited to parti-
cipate.
This community-wide religious
census is being taken in coopera-
tion with the Church Attendance


Send The STAR To A Friend Crusade.


Annual Dinner


Is Planned for

Februtirv 2nd

Tom S. Coldewey-was elected
by the Chamber of Commerce
Board of. Directors Tuesday
night to serve as president of
that body for the coming year.
Coldewey, a vice-president of
the St. Joe Paper Company has
served one year as director with
the Chamber.
Other officers elected by the
Board were Dr. Joseph P. Hen-
drix, vice-president and S. L.
Barke was re-elected secretary-
treasurer.
Past president George G. Tapper
opened the meeting Tuesday. In
the clearing up of old business, the
Chamber voted to pay all outstand-
ing bills. Tapper then called for
the election of officers.
-In his parting remarks, the. re-
tiring president thanked the Board
of Directors for their cooperation
during the pa-st year. He lauded the
Chamber for their many accom-
plishments -during the year. The
membership of the -organization
has been doubled during 1958.
Tapper will serve as a member
of the Board of Directors during
1959.
New Directors, Martin Begley,
Herbert Brown and George Wim-
berly, Jr., assumed their duties as
new directors of the Board at the
Tuesday meeting.
Plans were laid by the Board of
Dirletors. for the annual Chamber -
of Commerce dinner to be held on
Monday' February 2. Every mem-
her of the Chamber and anyone in- .
terested in becoming m-embers are
urged to attend this. dinner. A final
report will be .made by all"- com-
mittees listing the aeco:npllshments
of the Chamber during the past
year. Past president Tapper said
that all committee chairmen are
expected to have a report.
The Chamber made plans to in-
vite dignitaries from neighboring
cities to the February 2 meeting.
The meeting will be held at the
Centennial Building at 8:00 p.m.



New Collectors For

Hospital Rummage Sale

New collectors for the Hospi-
tal Auxiliary Rummage Sale are
Mrs. Frank Hannon, Mrs. Gannon
Buzzett, Mrs. Wayne Hendrix
and Mrs. Milton Chafin.
These women mark rummage
at the Rummage Sale building
each Wednesday morning start-
ing at 9:30. If you prefer to bring
rummage to the sale building at
that time the ladies will be glad
to mark it then or they will be
happy to call at your home for
your merchandise.


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.......ST A R








Oak Grove News
By EVELYN SHEALY
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Worley of
Graceville spent Saturda'y and
Sunday with Mr. and' Mr.-' Toby
Worley and' family.
Mr; and Mrs. C. D. -Spears and
daughter T rances spent Sunday in
Blountatown visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. B. Bailey, paren-ts of Mrs.
Spears.
Mr. and Mrs. Willys Lipford and
children of Marianna spent Sunday,
with Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hall.
IMrs. Cleveland Hall ts spending a
tow days in Marianna visiting with
he daughter, Mrs. Willys Lipford
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miles and
children are spending a .few days
with Mrs. Miles' alter, Mrs. Kel-
son Gardner and family.
Mrs. J. H. Auitman is in Balti-
more, Maryland visiting her daugh-
ter Mrs. Ruby Or-ison;

Colored Births
M ranfa Mrs.- Sidney Givens an-
hounce the birth of a a-daughter,
Joanle Ellen on January 7.
Mt. and M's. Willie James Mc-
Nair announce the birth of a son,
Eric Lamar on January '7.
(All births occurred at'the Mu-
nicipal Hospital).
dvert-isng does 't ost-It PAY.
Itdvertlslna foeon't eoat--lt PAY!


Historical Society Looking for Old

Letters, Documents, Furniture,- Etc.


The members of the St. Joseph
Historical Society held their regu-
lar meeting January 10 at the Con-
stitution Museum Lounge with six
members present.
Several teams of interest were dis-
cussed. The St. Joseph Society is
now interested in obtaining any ar-
ticle in the form of furniture, old
letters, newspapers, documented,
books, etc., which have any con-
nection with the history of St. Jos-
eph yand Port St. Joe.
Five -photo prints of early St. Jo-
seph Times of the period 1838-1842
have been ordered from the P. K.
Yonge Library of Florida History at
Gainesville.
Mrs. Horace Soule reported of
the radio program she was to ap-
pear oun Sunday morning discussing
the works aims, and plans 6ofthe
LONG AVENUE BAPTIST -
CIRCLES TO MEET
Circle 3 of the 'Long Avenue Bap-
tist Church meots with Mrs. M. H.
Conger at Oak Grove Tuesday, Jan-
uary 20 at 8:00 p.m.
Circle 2 of the Long A-venu-e Bap-
tist Church will meet next TueNs
day morning with Mr.. T. 4'-Brax-
ton at 220 Seventh Street.


St. Joseph Historical Society.
Following the business meeting.
light refreshments wereoserved to
the members present .
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T. 1,,-. n, ,. o.

Captain and Mrs. Charles H.
Sundin (the former Miss Memorle
Porter) send -their: greettngo to
the town folks from Formosa.
'Captain Sundin Is with the Air
-Materiel Command Irn i-T inan,
Taiwan, (,Formosa).

Presbyterian Circle
Met January 12


Mr; and Mrs. Joseph N;- Garrett
announce the birth of a son, Jerry
Neal born January 3.
Mr. and Mrs Talmadge H. Turner
announce .the birth Wt a-bably girl,
Debra Kae brn n- bor.January 3.
(All births occurred at the
Municipal -Hospital.)

Poitevint- Lee


Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Poltevint of
this city announce the inarriage
of -their -dadghter, -Judy Carole, to
Oscar Aloen-Lee, son of' Mr: and
Mrs. 0. B. Lee of ADalac'hitHLa.
The couple' was marrled on- 1.5
cember 19 In Ba hbitdge, Ga.
CARD OF THANKS
SMay we In our humble way .tay
we appreciate from our hearts the
many acts of kfindnesS, the-mainh


cards -and the lovely flowerS, end
Circle -No. 3 of the Presbyterlau ..,.d,..jnPT I-th
htfl e mafIJ rS erL- rd na


Church met i.n the- home ofF:Maw.
Ted Beard on January 12. Tle ,host-
ess served coffee" and: cocoanut
cream pie to those present. .
Attending the meeting-wert *Mrs.
Harry Punt, Mrs. James Yadon,
Mrs. Walter Browin; Mrs. Ted -Bftrd
and Mrs. Austin Mallet.


great loss of oar dear-beloved son.
To--.thb*-Bo piai-tal- a-ff. w# are
grateful or- eatery coaideralipn.
May God bless you all. -
.- Mr. and Mrs. BIll-Niwsonme
----anad.. elily
--->_ 5.._----


The lesson was on "'The Study .NEWS FOM
of -Peter". Mrs. Brown opened with -.
prayer and everyone took part -in a
the closing prayer. By' MRS. 'EULA'itRS
The next meeting of the circle
will be held on February 9 in- the Pfc. William S, ,Skifper, -soe
home of Mrs. Walter Brown. The Mr. anld Mrs. G. W, SkpporWlh
general meeting will be held ,Feb- for a- tew'days 'PbeaE PGlVp
ruary 19. Each -member is urged to been stationed with *tha @th~ B
attend" these meetings. eera at Fort--L.6wisl Waaiht
... From here he -will go to-FTot'
Longs Attend Western ''" 'ers,.
Mr. -and -Mrs.,- Jef Dylkes "
Auto Goods Market children spent New -Year's 4,:
Orleans, La.,,with M,. and. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Long attend- F. wood.
ed the spring merchandise show Mr .and -Mrs. Gene Frazer a
given by Western Auto dn Jackson- Marks were the woek end Pg
ville Sunday and Monday, January of her asiter, Mr. :and Mrs. (
11 and 12. Mr. Long said it was tler Adams.
the greatest show ever staged by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor and
Western Auto and was attended by spent the weekend in Tampa
about 20u dealers aid the '-wives Mr Pail Stone and msn
from all-over the state, as well as Swuday in: Alford with her m<
South Georgia. Many new items and SamUly.
never feahtired by Western Auto Mrs. -Carl RaPield 4s spending
before were ahbwn, -week 4n Evenglades .City.
; Mra. Gene-,Adkins and Mr.
A delicious cold plate was served Mrs. Hoale -Barfleld and':iil
by the company to .400 people, n spent FRiday n Panama-City.
many valuable door prizes wpre Junior t. A.'e
given t oulcky winners, including
a deluxe .21 oot combination Lrees- TheJuinior 0. -A.'s oA thesis
er refrigerator valued at $400.00.' land View Baptist Church met
C. W. wasn't the winner. day at 4:80. The meeting was
While in Jacksonville they were ed- to. order by the-president.
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- devotional reading was taken f
ence Mick. Psalms. Linda lead in the ope
-i prayer. We had nine members
ent. and, three absent. The --
Want Ads Get Rehlib had 57c in offering. The parta


given out for- next week. Linda Gra-
ha'-dismised the-class with pray-
er.
Nwrm.a SuePeterson;. Sec.
5aptlst:WMS


4h met -for their regular Royal Service
program at.3:00 p.m. The devotion-
al was taken -from Ruth by the pro-
gram chairinaif, Mrs. Alice Macom-
ber: The-prayer chairman, Mrs. ,Lil-
11i Richter led in prayer for our
missionaries. Parts were .given to
the theme, "The Lord's Song In A
Strange Land", by Mrs. Ruth Iar-
buck, Mrs. A. D; Pratt, Mrs. Alice
Macomber, Mrd:s Edna Floyd, Mrs.
Wayne Peterson and Mrs. Lillie
Richter.zOur president urges that
all members -be present for 'the
mission study next Monday. Dis-
missed with :prayer by Ruth Har-
buck.

Freddy McCall Finishes
Submarine Course
NEW 'LONDON, Conn.-Charles
F.B McCall, engineman second, class,
USrN,--sonl oa-~'Mr. and Mrsw- Tames
P.- MwCa, -of 1006.- tiarrlson Ave.,
Port- St., Joe, -graduated Dec. 17,
t'rrn'th'e Basic Enlisted Submarine
Sohool- at -the Naval Submarine
Bass,,New London, Conn.
During the eight-week course,
atudenta are instructed In all
phases of submarining. Graduates
are either assigned to a submarine,
Nuclear Power School, or to other
advanced technical schools for fur-
ther training.

Wayne Davis Is
Serving In California


MOFFRETT FIELD, Calif.-Wayne
N. iDavis, airmann apprentice, UTSN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Davis of
St. Joe Beach, Port St;. Joe, is serv-
iag '~ tkh ftatF Air Stationi, Mof-
fettFleld, Calif.
t je~1-ba11 tT en th. e oNavy's mast
top Jet-base on-the Pacifici-Goast


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THE STAR
PubIIhted very Thura At 306 Willam AvnusPorte St. Joe, FlOid
By The ar Publiehing Ceoneny
WrseT. R. RAmLms Editor and Publigher
A so 1tp4& Operator. Ad Manlor Man, oumalt. *prte, Prof Re dr
014r V FAR, SIX MONTHS AB THREMONTHS $127.50
UBSQRIPTIONS INVARIABLY AYALt aIN ADVANCE
Fladda.unde Act of MIarchX187.

TO ADVERTISERS-ca asse of er or omissions in advertleements. the publisher
do not hold themselves Hable fr dam g e furtherthhean amount rot dfreech
ns. aoken woid s given soatt ntentiou the printed word isthougtfully
wEv .gei. The spoken werd baryr .amrt;. theV rin word thoroughly clacee,
The. pToke word is loat t e tited word rdoni n

rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1959

Founding Fathers Wisely Left Editors
The Task of Deciding What To Publish

State Sen. Harvie J. Belser of our neighboring 3rd Senatorial
District, who penned potshots at the state administration during
most of 1958, has broadened the attack to include the newspapers
serving the rural-type counties. That, we presume, includes us.
". .. I hope," he said in a postscript in a letter to one of his
constituents, "that some day that the newspapers in these rural
counties will keep the merchants and other citizens of the counties
up to date on legislation passed at each session of the Legislature
in order that their subscribers will have some idea of what is
going on in the legislative field.
"The mere printing of marriages, divorces and births is not
fulfillment of the right and privilege accorded the press under
the United States Constitution. These papers owe the citizens
more than that.
"They also owe the citizens more than 'warped', unintelligent
and one-sided views on governmental matters ."
Let us be the first to acknowledge the shortcomings of the
press, and not only just the weekly or rural press, in coverage of
legislative news. Few of us have the staff, space or facilities for
interpreting, digesting and publishing the thousands of words
the legislators some of them lawyers -- write into law each
session in Tallahassee and Washington.
Such efforts in the past have been self-defeating. Few sub-
scribers, readership surveys have shown, have demonstrated an
interest in such instruction. They had rather read about mar-
riages, births and other local happenings.
As for "fulfilling any right and privilege accorded the press
under the United States Constitution," we don't recall any right
-- except the freedom being extended the press in that in-
strument. Nor do we recall any privilege. Instead, the found-
ing fathers wisely provided for a free press and left it to the
individual editors and publishers the ask of deciding what to
print. For nearly 200 years, the nation's editors and publishers
have done what we'd call a fair to middlin' job.
We're willing for history to speak for itself on that score.
As for the implication that this area's newspapers are pro-
viding their readers with warped, unintelligent or one-sided
views on governmental matters, we presume that what the sen-
ator really meant is views that disagree with his own. We, there-
fore, wonder if the senator considers the views he himself holds
to be the only straight, intelligent and two-sided views.
Until we find someone willing to share with us a monopoly
on wisdom, righteousness and intelligence, we propose to continue
printing our own views, just like we've always done, and we pro-
pose to print the news in the same way. When it becomes neces-
sary for us to'depend on someone else to tell us what is warped,
unintelligent or one-sided, we'll be ready to follow an example
once set by the senator, by announcing that we're quitting and
going home. Then well quit.
-- Washington County News

Americans Not Very Hospitable

Although we have never been abroad, we read enough to
know that the most distinguishing feature of the American to the
European is his brashness. No one has to wonder what an Ameri-
can thinks about a matter.
Perhaps that is why we are continually fighting a defensive
battle on the counsel table front.
Americans have again let their brashness show in their' re-
ception of Russian Deputy Premier Mikoyan. While on the sur-
face the Russian has received a hearty welcome and a free rein
in his inspection of how Americans live, he has been instructed in
no uncertain terms that is not liked because he is a Russian.
We can't help but believe that this is what Mikoyan and the
Russian leaders want. American visitors to Russia get the friendly
VIP treatment and Russian visitors to the U. S. get the rotten egg
treatment.
One will get you 10 that upon his return home, these photos
of hostility and threatened bombings and other acts of violence
will receive lead story, page one in Russia with the caption, "See!
we told you America was a war-mongering nation they hate
you. There is no chance of friendly relations with a nation that
acts like this".
And again, it is not a very friendly way for a Christian nation
to treat an athiest. Not very good advertising at all.


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You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

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


VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


Board Praises

Witherspoon
(The following letter was writ-
ten to C. R. Witherspoon, retir-
Ing Chairman of the Selective
Service Board, No. 9. The letter
was written by Witherspoon's
fellow workers on the board.)
Mr. C. R. Witherspoon
Apalachicola, Fla.
Dear Mr. Witherspoon:
It was with sincere regret that
we, the remaining members of Lo-
cal Board No. 9, Selective Service
System learned of your resignation
as a member and Chairman of this
Board.
We are cognizant of the fact that
you, as an original member of this
Board have served faithfully and
conscientiously for the past 18
years and that you now wish to
take a well deserved rest.
The loss of your services will be
felt by the entire Selective Service
System, and particularly by this
Board.
It has been a real pleasure to
work with you in this capacity, and
your advice and guidance ,has been
an inspiration. We will, 'miss you.
Wishing you the best of every-
thing life has to offer, we are,
Sincerely,
JOHN F. COOK, SR.
GEORGE F. STUBER, SR.
HENRY L. MATTAIR
By: 0. C. Gibbs, Clerk
ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, Priest-in-chg.
Second Sunday after Epiphany,
January 18. 7:30 a.m., Celebration
of the Holy Communion. 9:45 a.m.,
Church School. 11:00 a.m, Morning


Phone BAll 7-9291


Prayer and sermon. NOT1i: 'his
service will be followed immediate-
ly by the regular monthly covered
dish dinner. Be sure to attend the
service, bring your covered dish
and stay for the dinner. 6:30 p.m.
The Episcopal Young Churchmen.
7:00 p.m. (CST) Evening Prayer
and sermon at St. John's Church,
Wewahitchka.
The public is cordially invited to
worashp with us and is assured of
a warm welcome.


James' Gems.
by JAMES STAFFORD


City Restaurant
At the Bus Station

HOT DOGS
6 for $1.00

HAMBURGERS
5 for $1.00


Smith's Pharmacy

Prescriptions compounded by
a GRADUATE Pharmaolst
JOHN ROBERT SMITH
Pharmaceutical Chemist
IIIII I NOI E


Designed exclusively for youl

Your prescription is ordered to suit roar
health needs ..that Is why we ctanot
counter-prescribe, or make any elhmago
in amount. The doctor orders better
health. We supply it!


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 7:80 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"

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FRESH PORK
Pig FEET
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ROAST


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Lake Talquin or Swift Brookfleld Bag 2 LBS.
SAUSAGE 79c


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BANQUET
CRACKERS
Regular Price 29c
10c
WHILE THEY LAST


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BR3 EADF
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Ice Milk


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SOUP


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Reg. or Drip


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FRESH PASCAL LARGE STALK
Celery 10 c
- EVERY DAY LOW PRICES -
BRECK SHAMPOO, Dry, Normal, Oil -----60c
CONDENSED ALL, 24 Oz. 39c
FLUFFY ALL (5c off) 19 Oz. 35c
BREEZE, Large Size 35c
SILVER DUST, Large Size 35c
WISK LIQUID, Large Size 43c
LUX LIQUID, Large Size 39c
LUX SOAP, Reg. size 2 for 21 c
LUX SOAP, Bath size 2 for 29c
LIFEBUOY SOAP, Reg. size 2 for 21c
LIFEBUO YSOAP, Bath Size ------2 for 29c
DOVE SOAP, Reg. Size 2 for 39c
DOVE SOAP, Bath Size 2 for 49c
Brach Chocolate Covered PEANUTS ------39c
CALO CAT FOOD, No. 1 Tall --------2 for 29c
CLOROX, Quart 19c


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FRESH FANCY LB.
Egg Plant 10c
FRESH GEORGIA GREEN LARGE BUNCH

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PLENTY of FREE PARKING
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THE STAR. Port.St. Joe. Fla.

TOO LATE TO
CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY
By RUSSELL KAY
Progress in the exploration of
outer space has been so rapid that
it is beyond the cal)acity Oif the av-
erage mind to grasp and understand
what is happening. From experi-
mental rockets we have moved into
outer space with satellites capable


THURSDAY, JANUARY 16v989
of probing the universe itself.
The layman wonders if the tre-
mendouws effort and expense involv-
ed in attempts to shoot the moon
or put a satellite in orbit around
the sun is justified when there is
still so much that needs to be done
here on earth.
What returns can we expect from
this type of investment?
According to the scientists and
military authorities -concerned with
solentific progress and national de-
fense, the knowledge and experi-
ence we are gaining is worth all


NOTICE and more than--the program is cost-
The City of Port -St. Joe will re-
ceiveoealed bids until 5:00 o'clock ang.
P.M., EST. Tuesday, January 20, The benefits to mankind they tell
1959 for the purchase of the follow- us. Can prove immeasurable, not
ing. equipment. only from the standpoint of na-
Specifications, 2-ton Trucks
Two (2) 1959 Model 2 ton Trucks tional defense but in many other
Cab and Chassis ways. It is their firm belief from
Wheelbase, 154 inches or better knowledge already gained we can
Engine--6 or 8 cylinders, 135 look forward to the day when man
horsepower or better, 6 cylin- will be able to control the weather,
der engine, 160 horsepower or subdue hurricanes, forest months
better, 8 cylinder engine. subdue hurricanes,forecust months
6 8:25X20 heavy duty first grade in advance what weather may be
10 ply transport tires with expected in different areas,
tubes.
7 heavy duty disc type wheels Through the study of radiation,
with 6:75 rims minimum, heat and light waves and other
Heavy duty front springs 2,500 data, much aid can be given in the
lbs. capacity each.datamuch aid can be given in the
Heavy duty 2 stage rear springs fields of transportation and com-
7,000 lbs. capacity. munication. They vision the day
Heavy duty 12 volt battery 70 when television ;programs will
,~mp hours capacity. reach every corner of the globe
2 speed rear axle, 15,000 lbs. ca- bounced from satellites back to
paeity.
Self canceling double face turn earth and you will sit in your liv-
indicators. ing room and watch live programs
Heavy duty brakes-vacuum over coming to you via outer space from
iXydraultc.
Vacuum booster 8 inches or bet- Paris, Tokyo or Australia.
ter. Medical science hopes that thru
4 speed syncromesh transmission knowledge gained from outer space
.with P.T.O. opening, we will be able in time to control
,Specifications for one half ton
Pick-up Truck, Standard Model
One (1) One-half ton pick up
truck, standard model. n f W
5 6-ply No. 1 grade heavy duty
.black sidewall tires with tubes.
Standard gear shift.
Number of cylinders not less
.than 6 nor more than 8. HALL'S
Directional signals.
Specifications for Police
Patrol Car
1459 Standard Model.
Lettered on each side as follows and DRY
"'Police Department-City of a D
Port St. Joe" with Florida
Peace Officers emblem decaled
.on each ide.
Heavy duty seats.
Oil filter.
Heater and defroster.
Police type heavy duty generator
35 amp or better-low cut in.
number of cylinders eight (8) Telephone BAll 7-5996
Spot light, heavy duty type. Telephone BA -
Five (5) 4-ply No. 1 grade black
sidewall tires. FlffDr nd W
d or seanly. Fluff-Dry and We
Color-black only.
RBody, 2 door sedan. ,
Standard gear shift. Complete Dry C
Directional signals. "
S1The City oi Port St. Joe City
Commission reserves the right to Ow ed
reject any and or all bids received, OwneA and
or to reject any part or parts of DREW I
any bids received. I
: R.-W. HENDERSON
SCity Auditor and Clerk 2t


maany heeis easses- lncludiBng .cer.opaoe,? (aoae.
There Is much to be gained from City, Nw York).
a study of eaosmie-.ray.s and .magne-
'tic ieldis fand the bdep'beep of Elmea ry
present ,day satellites is -revealing Elementry
-much information of tremendous Lunch RooMj
scientific value.
Rockets and satellites will play P .
an important part in Florida's de- Port St. Joe l
velopment. Already they have Monday, Ja
brought thousands of technicians Baked beans, sp
to the state, caused the establish- tossed salad, banana
ment of numerous industries that bread and milk.
are giving permanent employment Tuesday, Ja
to a great.many people. Spaghetti and m,
As these thousands of people mi; beans, carrot still
'grate to-our state it means that-we white bread and ir
must step up our building program, 'Wednesday,.
real estate values rise, new stores Pork chop sue3
and services are required so that peas, ginger bread,
the prosperity trickles down to the milk.
butcher, the baker, and candle- Thursday, J,
stick maker. Hamburgers, but
LFlorida is in a dominant position ced tomatoes, onlo]
in this fast developing new field. In- les, cookies, white
dications are that the program will 'Friday, Jar
be stepped up as our competition No school. Evalu,
with Russia becomes keener. Rock-
et launching facilities wll be,-ex Tales Tax Ta
handed in the state, more new in-
dustries- will develop, more jobs of Jump In Nov
every kind will be opening up, and
more and more .people will migrate Sales tax colle
here to remain as permanent resi- month of Decembe
ents' vember sales, amou
'If you are interested in learning 826, an increase (
more about satellites and what they per cent, over the
mean to Florida and the nation's elected during the s
future I suggest you read "Satell- year; and a decreaw
ite'" written by Eric Bergast and per cent, under the
William Beller, editors of Ameri- elected during the
can Aviation and Aero Digest res- of November. (Law
pectively. In language the layman her collections wern
can understand they explain our cent, below Nover


program of exploration of


outer


-EN
OPEN


LAUNDRY

CLEANERS



mnd Street
for pick-up and delivery

et Wash Laundry
leaning Service

Operated by"
B, HALL


L-5s~"~-~"t"f"-'~ ~-~-.L~-.- .- i~l ~..-~ -~,~ z


nentary School
january 19
iced ham slices,
.a pudding, white
Lnuary 20
eat sauce, green
icks, apple pie,
January 21
r, rice, English
white bread and
january 22
tered corn, sli-.
ns and dill pick-
bread and milk.
nuary 28
action Day.


kes Big
ember


actions for the
r, based on No-
Lnted to $11,3a8,-
of $292.623, 2.63
$11,106,203 col-
same month last
se of $77,862, .07
$11,106,203 col-
previous month
st year, Decem-
e $5,412, .005 per
mber collections


or mthe same year.)
Total sales tax collections this
fiscal year, July through Decem-
ber, amount to $66,051,046, 'an in-
crease of $4,750,250, 7.75 per cent,
over the $61,300,795 collected to
date last fiscal year.
Gasolnae, tax collections during
the month of December, based on
November sales, -totalled $8,608,037
an increase of $189,527, 2.25 per
cent, over the $8,418,509 collected
during the same month last year;
and a decrease of $278,553, 3.13 per
cent under the $8,886,591 collected
during the previous month of No-
vember. (Last year, December gas
tax collections were $79,259, .095
per cent over November collections
of the same year.)
Total gasoline tax collections this
fiscal year amount to $52,605,538,
an increase of $2,891,847, 5.82 per
cent, over the $49,713,690 collected
to date last fiscal year.
Visiting Here
Mrs. B. B. L. Ramsey and son Clay
are spending this week with Mr.
and Mrs. Wesley Ramsey.


SStarts Jan ary


St. Joe Elementary School
Sponsored by
NAZARENE MISSION

Miss Fern Gulyan, vangelist
BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA
MUSIC BY THE MARLIN FAMILY --
Services Each Night at 7:30 p.m.



Classified Ads Bring Quick Results


Don't Throw Your Old
Shoes Away .
Bring them to us and let us
fix them like new.
RUCKMAN
Shoe Repair
225 REID AVE.

LISTEN TO
The Baptist Hour
EACH SUNDAY 4:00 P.M.
Over Radio Station

WJOE
1570 On Your Dial


ST"OP! Take A I Gader At.This Offer


Before Buying A '59 Tag or Purchasing A Used Car
For each USED CAR bought from WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY


a- e.
A


Will Be Furnished FREE!

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

Come In and Talk Trade With Us

Wimberly ontiac Company


Phone 7-3411


201 Monument Ave.


McCOR MICK'S


why the smart switch is to


the"'59 (
ROOMIER BODY BY FISHER:
features wider seats and more
luggage space. MAGIC-MIRROR
FINISH: keeps its shine without
waxing for up to three years.
NEW BIGGER BRAKES: better
cooled with deeper drums, up to
66% longer life. OVERHEAD
CURVED WINDSHIELD and
bigger windows-all of Safety
Plate Glass. SLIMLINE DESIGN:
fresh, fine and fashionable with a


7hevrolet
practical slant. HI-THRIFT 6:
up to 10% more miles per gallon.
VIM-PACKED V8's: eight to
choose from, with compression
ratios ranging up to 11.25 to 1.
FULL COIL SUSPENSION:
further refined for a smoother,
steadier ride on any kind of road.
One short drive and you'll know
the smart switch is to Chevy.
Come in and be our guest for a
pleasure test first chance you get.


NOW-PROMPT DELIVERY!
Stepped-up shipments have
assured you a wide choice of
models and colors. We can prom-
ise prompt delivery-and it's an
ideal time to buy!


CHEVROLET


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SPECIALS FOR JANUAR Y15, 16 & 17 Highland View, lo
....... .....- -Highland View, Fl .ida


FRESH BOSTON 4 to 6 Lb. Avg. Lb.



Butts


Register's Green Hill LB.


Sausage 45'


Fresh NECK


Copeland's Red Rose Sliced

Bacon


now-see the wider selection of models at your local authorized-Chevrolet dealer's!


FLOYD CHVEROLET Co.


PHONE BAll 7-2221 401 WILLIAMS AVE.


Port St. Jo*, Fl.


Copeland's Smoked Lb.

PICNICS
NOT SLICED
Half or Whole Side lb. i


NOT SLICED


4 LBS.


LB.


49c


________ IsL ILBjUrzrCr 1 Nnrrn~~eaB( a I,-


U. S. No. 1 White 10 LBS.



potatoes IOc
Limit 10 Lbs, with $10.00 Order

Sunnyland Pure No. 5 Jug

LARD 49c

Our Value June 2 FOR

PEAS 29c

Red and White Cut Green 2 FOR


Beans 39c

Sun Spun 2 LBS.

39c


C 13 Oz. Loaf Ideal or Sun

W .'


beam


6 FOR

75c


STOCK

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t& STA*R. PFart 6. Jo0, #l0 THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1959 tired,


in- dividuals who plan to Bfle a
*ial it I YIn some months of 1958, benefits claim for retirement benefits want
OCIul Security IS ourS can be paid If a claim is-filed. to bring as much information as
At Retirement Age The retirement test under social possible when they come to &tthe of-
security applies to all people over fice, Carey continued. Claims which
All individuals who have reach- the age of 72, Carey added. The are supported with an old record
Alld retirement age. 6 f men and amountof income that an individual of age, evidence of recent earnings
62 for women, may be due some & has does not enter into the retire- and other necessary prOofs can be
cal security benefits for the year niet test because benefits under processed in a much shorter period
1958 if they file thir claims right social security represent insurance of time. Remember, you do not have
away. according to John V. Carey, payments. Money. made by working to be fully retired to he eligible to
district manager of the Panama jon any kind of a job, plus profit some benefits under social' secur-
Oity social security office. It a per- from operating any kind of a trade ity. However, these benefits can-
son of retirement age did not earn !or business, is used to determine not be paid to you unless you make
over $2080 in 1958 or did not work I whether or not an individual is re- an application for them. People who


HOMES FOR SALE
'Coastal Realty Company and Wynoko Development Company
,have some nice 'homes foB sale on Westcott Circle. if you
purchase nw, you may choose your own color schemes, etc.
The down payments on these homes start at-.400 plus closing
costs. 'If you have a lot in town or other .property, let us
figure a trade on one of these fine homes.

HAVE HOUSE -- MUST SELL
A small country home with one acre of land. A real buy
at $3,475.00. Down payment only $275.00. Owner will finance
balance at $40.00 per mouth.

COASTAL REALTY COMPANY
PHONE BAll 7-4051 116 MONUMENT AVE.


* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house at St. Joe Beach. See .1 D.
Clark or Phone 7-7771 after 4 p.m.
or week 'ends, tfc-1-15
.FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
1 bedroom, kitchenette, furnish-
ed with electric kitchen. 216 9th St.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart-
ment in good neighborhood. $45
per month. See at 808 16th St.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house, St. Joe Beach. $55 per mo.
Phone 7-7521 or see Bill Carver. 2t
FOR RENT: Furnished cottage at
Beacon Hill Reasonable. See Si-
Tas R. Stone or phone 7-7161. tto
FOR RENT: Five room unfurnish-
ed house at 301 Woodward Ave.
$35.00 per month. Call Ben Dickens
at BAll 7-2281. tlc-11-6
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment. On 7th St. $40.00 per
miath. See W. 0. Anderson.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.
One block from town. Mrs. .has.I
Browne. 305 6th St. tfe
FOR RENT: Apartment, furnished
or unfurnished. Call Mrs. 7-2565
or see Mrs. Paul Farmer in Oak
Grove.
FOR SALE


FOR SALE: Upright piano. Good
condition. $150.00 cash. See Foy
Scheffer. Phone 7-4726. 3tc


ELECTROLUX, the cleaner you
never have to empty. With floor
polisher. Sales, Service. Jack Cur-


NEW CAR OWNERS: Protect that
bright new upholstery with tailor
made seat covers. Many fabrics to
choose from. Butler's Trim Shop,
Corner Second and Reid.
UPHOLSTERY WORK: Does your
furniture 1o k old? Bring it to
Butler's Trim Shop, corner Second
and Reid for expert rebuilding.
Keys Made While You Walt
35c EACH
BICYCLE PARTS
WESTERN AUTO
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
BOATS and TRAILERS
Reel Parts and Repairs
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
quick expert service. tt4-2
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Out your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joheph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
:., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visi:-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Maige. Secretary.
WILLIS V. ROWAN POST 116,
THE AMBRICAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first and third Monday rights
00 p.m., American Legion Home


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and third
Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend;
B. B. CONKLIN, N. G.
visiting brethren Invited.
J. C. MARTIN, Secty.


ry, representative. 1511 Beck Ave., THERE WILL BE a regular corn-
Phone SU 5-4007, Panama City. 4tp munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house. Dou- No. 111, F&AM every first and
ble garage, 2 lots, cypress panel- third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ing throughout. Can be financed.
602 Woodward Ave., Phone BAll
5-171t. 2tp
.ROBERT W. SMITH, W.M.
FOR SALE: 20 acres Of land near ROY L. BUROH, Sooty.
Willis Landing. Call Mrs. J. S. Ail Master Mason cordially invited
Shirey, Phone 7-3746.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
'FOR SALE Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Three bedroom house. on Marvin Fourth St.. meeting night every other
Avenue. Only $500 down and bal- Monday.
ance on FHA loan. [
Two bedroom house on McClel- 'IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
lan Avenue. $500 down and balance COURT, IN AND FOR GULF
on PFHA loan. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Two bedroom home, White City. IN PROBATE.
Practically new and complete in IN RE: Estate of
every detail. Hasl 125 ft. well, LAURA JEAN STEVENS,
youngstown kitchen sink, complete Deceased.
bath and water heater. We can as- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
sist you in financing this home. All creditors of the estate of
FRANKaHANNON Laura Jean Stevens, deceased, or
Registered Real Estate Broker her husband, Carl Stevens, deceas-
Ph. BAIl 7-3491 221 Reid Ave. ar A na i


FOR SALE
-Three bedroom horn on Mc-
Clellan Ave; Reasonable.
-Three bedroom home with
den on Marvin Ave. Pay own-
erS equity.
-Beach Lots, Cape San Bias
Shores Subdivision. Terms to
suit you. R EN
FOR RENT
-Three bedroom, two bath ap-
artment, St. PJoe 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 -b4ilt 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. BAil 7-7741
411 Reid Ave. Port St. Joe

WANTED: Waitressea Apply in
person at the, Seafarer 'Restau-
rant. Experience not necessary.
P YOU ARE INTERESTED in eaY-
lta money -0 u -or nyhint
"a ased It your hom. STOP and
BWAP SHOP.
CLASSIFIED ADS
Midget Invetments With
Giant Retuwnh


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.
CEOIL G. OOSTIN, JR.
Attorney for Administratrix 4t
First publication on Dec. 25, 8.




WAUMCTRK

COMPANY
E ri s


-dtocii
I D='A7M(


'nave reacned age 72 shnoulM aefin-
itely file their claims now, if ,they
have not already done so, because
the retirement test does not apply


lon't
even
IMETIOI
that
word


"Frightened to death" is no
figure of speech where cancer
is concerned. Each year thou-
sands of Americans lose their
lives needlessly because they
were toe terrified about
cancer to even learn facts
which could have saved their
lives! Learn howto protect
yourself and your family
by writing to "Cancer,"
c/o your local post office.
AMERICAN CAN
AMERICAN CANCEr SOCIETY


conualude.

o TO CHURCH SUNDAY







Presented by your Doctor
M: d fdicne Ais A Health
oser.ce t ite Ftr -a rda Med-
ic.a A ec ua A o I u .
Local Medical I *'ciey.D


TETANUS: EASIER TO
PREVENT THAN CURE
The old idea that a puncture
wound from a rusty nail is- the ma. '
jor cause of tetanus, or "lockj%"
is a slight misconception. Tetarnu
may develop from almost any
scratch or wound from many
sources such as nails or other sharp
metal, glass or wood objects, thorn.;
and animal bites. Children, farmers,
ranchers, dairymen, gardeners and
any persons whose activities bring
them into contact vwth puLsibly con-
taminated soil run the risk of ex-
posure to these dangerous bacteria.
The germ which causes tetanus-
the clostridium tetani-produces one
of the most powerful poisons known.
The germ is found in soil contain-
inated by the body wastes of cattle,
horses and other animals. It is what
is called: an: anaerobic organism,
which means that it thrives in the
absence of air. Thus when it is in-
troduced beneath skin so wounded
as to close off the air and also is
hard' to clean, conditions.are perfe. i
for its development.
The toxin or poison produced by
the germs affects nerve tissue
throughout the body. In untreated
.cases, death may come in as short
,a period as four days from exhaus-
tion, heart failure or -suffocation
caused by painful involuntary tight-
ening of the muscles. If the patient
can be carried through the tenth
lay, about 50 per cent recover.
Tetanus is considerably easier to
prevent than cure. If you have re-
ceived a skin puncture, it is impera-
tive that you see your physician at
.once. He w`; cleanse the wound
pr.,ilLrlv and decide whether or not
to administer tetanus toxoid or an-
titoxin. It is well to remember con-
stantly that any minor injury could
be the site of a tetanus germ.


after atts9rumenan of 898 m Camn


Big







Only A Lin

Sho


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, Flor-
ida fo.r thel purpose of elect-
ing Directors for the ensuing
term, and to transact any oth-
er business which may legal-
ly come before said meeting.


MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR




l raillnue Sale




ilues T'J[ru S teruday


mited Stock of Sale Merchandise Left -

p Early To Avoid Disappointment


Tire Sale Now At....


.


Gift China -Crystal Giant

TRADE

Toy-ardware- Tackle TIRES




SALE!


WE MUST MOVE ALL

MERCHANDISE



This Is A aClosemO t

67-Pc. CHINA SETS, Were $69.95 --:- NOW $59.95
57-Pc. CHINA SETS, Were $59.95 NOW $39.95
Genuine Tiffin Leaded CRYSTAL --_ -$1.98 Steim
WAS $2.75 STEM
CUT GLASS BUD VASES, Were $3.49 NOW $2.19
BEAUTIFUL LAMPS, Were $35.00 -----NOW $17.50
STERLING CREAM and SUGARS --- NOW $14.98
WERE $19.50
STERLING BUD VASES, Were $9.98 -. -NOW $6.98
Lovely LAZY SUSANS, Were $13.00--- NOW $9.98
RED WING POTTERY, Was $3.50 NOW $1.98
CHINA MADONNAS, Were $1.49 .---- NOW 98c

-ALL TOYS REDUCED TO A NEW LOW- Plus.
Close Out On All Dolls! T

AL LRODS, REELS, FISHING POLES, HOOKS,
LINES, SINKERS, TACKLE BOXES, BUGS and
PLUGS GREATLY REDUCED!
YOU MUST SEE IT TO BELIEVE IT!

DON'T FORGET TO VISIT THE 98c

GIFT SALE TABLE IN THE BACK
You'll be pleased with all the values on Sale

STARTS MONDAY, JANUARY 19

Through SATURDAY 23rd Str
r tIAl Firestone, price I

St. Joes Largest



GIFT SALE !



Firestone Home o


YOUR OLD
FOR NEW


Auto Supply


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The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


WE ONDER?
Are you i, about the future growth of Port St. Joe and'
the surrounding areas.? If you live on this earth you should
own a part of it! You can now change a dream into a reality.
There are many fine lots for sale at St. Joe Beach. For less
than $100 down and $15.00 per month COASTAL will put you
in possession of one of these lots.
We invite you to join us in the development and growth of
this part of Florida.

COASTAL REALTY COMPANY
PHONE BAll 7-4051 116 MONUMENT AVE.