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 Material Information
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: October 17, 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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358020
oclc - 33602057
notis - ABZ6320
lccn - sn 95047323
System ID: UF00028419:01246

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approved.
Plans were discussed for the dis-
trict meeting to be held in Quincy
on Nov. 8 and members were re-
minded that their -registration
must be in by October 24.
Mrs. Ayers, therapy chairman,
read a letter from the State Ther-
apy Chairman, stating that the 1o-
cal -club is asked to send their
Christmas .gifts.,to Marianna to the
Florida" Sehool r Br ,ys
Mrs. Ralph Nance won the door
prize.
The next meeting will le held
November 12 with Mrs. -.Paul
Blount and Mrs. 3. R. Smith as -co-
hostesses.


White City G.A.

Met Monday
m.-------
The Del Gado G. A. of White City
met at the home of their leader,
Mrs. Lucille Williams, October 12.
The president called .the- meeting
to order with a. prayer .by. Elsie
Newsome.


The class sang '.the G. A;. hymn
and said the watchword.: The min-
utes of the last meeting were read
and approved. A prayer chairman
read missionary's .names on the
prayer calendar and -said prayer.
The meeting was turned over to
the program chairman. After the
program -all said the GA allegiance.
The meeting was closed with the
G.A. hymn, "W~e've A Story To
Tell To the Nation". Then the class
had sentence prayers. Libby Har-
-per closed the prayer.
M rs. Williams ,served -soft d-inkes
and .potato chips to Linda Lester,
Nan Davis, Libby Harper,* Elsie
Newsome and Polly Smith.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Collier, Sr., of
Rochester, Minn., announce the
birth of a son, Robert Frances, Jr.,
on September 8. The young man
weighed in at 7 1bs., 6 ozs. Mrs.
Collier will be remembered as Miss
June Coker. June is a -graduate of
Port St. Joe High School and Jones
Business College in Jacksonville.
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Spends Leave Time Here
Douglas Williamson. of Anchor-
age, Alaska is spending some time
with his mother Mr.s. C. L. Coker.
While here he will visit friends in
Selma, Ala,


ITH6 TAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959
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Azalea Circle Holds RIgular Meeting;r

Discuss District Meeting To Be In Quincy

The Azalea Garden Club Circle First Baptist WMS
-met in the homeof Mrs. C. Met Moday At Church
Armstrong Monday, October 8 a t Met MondavAt Church
3:00 p-m. with seven members] The WMS of the First Baptist
present. Preceding the program Church met at the church Monday
and business the hostess served for the- Royal Service program.
delicious cake and coffee. Mrs. W. 0. Nichols ,gave the devo
In the absence of the president, tional with Mrs. John Rich leading
Mrs. Gordon Thomas, Mrs. Carl the prayer.
Armstrong ,presided. The meeting The program was about mission
was opened with the members r9- work in Hong Kong and was given
eating the club prayer. Mrs. Chas. by Mrs. C .D. Spears, Mrs. W. Rain.
Brown gave a very interesting and sey, Mrs. C. A. -McClellan, irs.
informative book review netitled, Emory Stephens and Mirs. Clifford
"Gardens and Grounds That Take Tharpe with Mrs L. W. Cox giving
Care of Themselves". During ithe the closing grayer. :
business session the minutes of the After the program Mrs. W. 0.
previous meeting were read and Nichols and Mrs. W. M. Ohafin str-
dnn ana


rved Chinese -fortune wcooknes ani with im in -the birthday celebrate:
tea to the-23 members -present.
The .WMS will meet next Mon- MISS TONI MIR'A VISITS
day in circles-as follows: PARENTS BRINGS GUEST
:Circle No. 1 with Mrs.- W. J.
Daughtry. Miss Toni Mira and a classmate
Circle. No, 2 with Mrs.,.Roy Irwin Miss Sundy WHilmoth of Miami
Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Otis Pyle. were week end guests of Mr. and
Circle No. 4 with Mrs. H. F. Mrs. Joe Mira.
Ayers. Miss Mira and Miss Wilmoth re
_____ students at Mt.. deSales Academy
ST. JAMES' CHURCH in Macon, Ga.
~a tu rdaymorning ai-s. --Aan


EPISCOPAL
Rev. G .D. Underhill, Vlc-r
Saint Luke the Evang tist, Oct.
18. 7:30 a.m., Cleebration of the
-Holy Eucharist. 9:45 a.m., Church
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning.'Prayer
and sermon. (Note: This is our 4th
Annual Family Loyalty Sunday.
This 11:00 a.m. service is the spe-
cial Family Loyalty Service. A -cov-
ered dish dinner will follow -this
service) 7:00 a.m., The Bpiscopel-
Young Churchmen. 7:00 p.m. (CST)
Evening Prayer-and sermon at St.
John's, Wewahitchka.
The public is cordially invited
to worship with us and is assured
of a warm welcome.
Leave For Minn.
Mrs. R. F. Collier, Sr., and son
Robert left Tuesday to make their
new home in Roohbseter, Minn.


Saturday morning Mrs. Mira anda
Toni were hostesses at a Coca-Cola
Party in honor of Miss Wilmoth.
The .following girls were invited
to meet the guest: Misses Peggy-
Lewis, Diane Hannon, Jan Rawls,
Kay Creech, Sandra Brown, Bren-
da Ward, Pat Williams4 Cheryl
Christian, Peggy Pyle, -Judy Bate-
man, Mary Dell Ramsey, Mickey
Thompson, Alice Land, Ellen Ken-
nington. and Donia Underhill'.
Visits Parents
Tony Barbee, a student at -the
University of Florida, visited with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Barbee last week-end.
Vacation In. Colorado
.Mr. and Mrs. Karl Marshall have
returned this week from; a three
week visit in Denver, Colorado. Mr.


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cti've and does a full''day's work
ed .somewhat the last few weeks
and's children and relatives joined
tion. (t photo)


and Mrs. Marshall visited with
their daughter, Mr. and- Mrs. Art
Phurrough and with Mrs. Marshall's.
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Best.
REBEKAH LODGE CLUB
TO HAVE BAKE SALE
Club 22 of Rebekah Lodge will
have a bake sale Saturday, October
17 at 9:00 a.m. in front of Lawson's
Hotel on Reid Avenue.
Visiting Mother
Mrs. Mattie Bobe of Pensacola
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Com-
forter. Mrs. Bobe is Mrs. Comfort-'
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THrE A~AR, Port St. Joe, FloPidd THURSDAY, 0IOBER 17, 190 ry. butldingD soonrti -f later ng lu 6 As o m art k bdl dhj n
.- 'leaked. This, .e decided, was no h h .
way t.o do business or do business walls& oiete entire floors before pitting in never patented any of his Ideas.
T H E S T A around. When 'baseboards stick out they any partitions. "I was alw ays willing to ,try 7
Last year just before a building are just dust catchers anyway "The way they used to do it was them. Guess I was too dumb to
Contract was signed Ball conclud- says Ball. He finally persuaded to ,put in the partitions and then realize they couldn't be "done," he
ed that \he would have a building the architects, who said it couldn't .he floors. This, .meant that if a said modestly.
Publsahd Every Thurday Al 306 Williamm Avenue. Port St. Jo.,- Florida wth windows that didn't leak or bedone that way because "it ad floor was ever rearranged and re- Has -he ever had any ideas that
By The Star Pubilhing Company he would build no building at all. always been done the otherwa; partitioned none of he flooring 'haven't worked?
WESt R. RAMSY Editor and Publisher "And I meant it .too,,' said Ball, to sry his method- It worked and matched or was even on ,the same "I-I.have had.plent-, of ideas that
Al Linotype Operator, Ad Man, oer MAn, l eportr, Proor f archig his bushy gray eyebrows. it. saved a lot of cleaning. : level," said all. didn'. work," said the energetic wi-
ONE YEAR. A SIX MONTHS $1.0 THREE MONTHS $127.50 Being a .per-son ,t.o godirectly to Floors Before Partitions Ball, who works in a ge office zard, cocking his head. "Of course THE STAR
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE In the same building le insisted behind a glass-topped (Tesk that I i caft recall -any of them. at the
ltenrd a asecond-elam matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe, that 'the architects try something covered with papers and blue-bound moment."
Florida. unde Act of March8 S, 19 else that has been a boon to build- reports on the fifteenth floor of .the- hone 7-31
DIAL BAIl 7-161 ....
TO ADVERTISERS-In came of error or omisalons in advertisement, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further thas amount received for such ^
advertisement. '-
The spoken word Is given scant attention; the printed word ii thoughtfully .
weighed. The spoken word barely mertsa; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
'The spoken word l lost; the pflted word remains.


Accident rn Purpose by the we atherman..

Once again the nation has paid its annual tribute to the
rdncraod- Admiral- frnmm CGelna whose indomitable courage and


* determination resulted in the discovery of the New World. But
Cristoforo Colombo is not alone in meriting our national grati-
tude. The same courage and' initiative htat the Italian Admiral
displayed in locating bur continent have been displayed by the
thousands of people who later migrated to our shores. The vital-
ity and creativity of' these sturdy people were major contribu-
tions to our national growth. ,
While we are two days late in dbing so, we wish to add our
word in observance of this ,celebration.. The celebration of the
beginning of a Nation from a varied (to say the least)' population
that has grown to the 'most powerful nation on earth.
"The Russians are attacking -the fact of Columbus' "discover--
ing" America. They claim that old Chris had charts showing him
where the New. World. was. This all might be so. If this Russian
professor had read anything of common elementary school history
le would have found that it is conummon knowledge that the Norke-
men frequently visited the American continent 400 years before
Columbus. It all may very well be that Columbus had the charts
but he also had the intestinal fortitude to brave the then unknown
-to-test the authenticity of these mythical charts. It shocks us to
find that-the Russian professor is not claiming that a Russian was
the first to make the discovery. Indeed it surprises us no end for
a Russian to admit that something was. discovered that a Russian
did not discover. ,:;
The new nation had the aid of many nations in its early days
especially in its Revolutionary days against England. The first
of the "Lend Lease". The money and material came this way then
to help us gain our independence.
Since this question about Columbus knowing where he was
going coming up, it gives us food for thinking that the -nations of
these early days knew full wall what they were doing iii granting
.aid in our fight for Independence. Certainly, we have grown
; toibe a rich relative who is still paying back this same aid with
the most whopping interest rate you ever did see.


Inventive Mind of Financier, Ed Ball,

Opens Way To Better Window

From The Florida Times-Union"
Ah, the facets of .an active mind! Take, for instance, the
mind of Edward Ball, a trustee of the Alfred I. duPont estate and
Fiorida businessman in a big way since 1924.-
Who would think that in his spare .time he would find time
to think of such a thing as how to build a better window?
'That iM just what, amon:k many house the. Florida National Bank :of
other. things,. he has done;. The Jacksonville.
proof _of' this particular pudding While the'little things in life are
will be visible in, and. help make important, they can also be very
other -things visible froni, .tie new annoying. For years Ball had ob-
building in Jacksonville that :will served that the windows 'of nearly


the source of a problem, he con-
tacted the engineer for a large win-
dow manufacturing company and
the two sat down for a 40-minute
conference.
.The- upshot 'of it all wa, that
Ball 'pointed o6t that there was a
better way to .build a- window and
told the -engineer how. It is really
righteningly 'simple and 'absolutely
w-aterproot'. All that had to be done
ii to add to a 2-inch flange ou three
aides of the aluminum fram. This
had never been done.
"But it's being done now and any-
one can .buy them if he wants to",
said Ball. He noted. that in addition.
to hte annoyance of the leaking
windows that caulking winldow.s, is
a nuisance anhda continuing ex-
pense. -
Other Innovations
Ball, who "is listed on his pass-
port as 'a farmer, has been behind
other construction innovations that
at first appearde unreasonable to
the builders he tried to get to try
them.,
. He's built a lot of buildings and
had many'years of experience. Just
exactly how ,many he wouldn't pin-
point. "But lots," he chuckled.
"Why, I'm nearly 'a hundred years.
old."
brown-e.y, 'Ball originated
one idea in .1937 'for :the Florida
National Bank building in' .-Miami.
This one- involved putting the mar-
ble baseboards in ithe elegant bank


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ART LINKLETTER (left) has just handed Carl Webster Pierce a gift
for someone attending Hollywood Radio-TV Party", the hilarious
audience participation a-ad-'magic show Carl is bringing from Hol-
lywood. It is being presented by the St. Joe Lion's Club on Novem-
ber 10 at 8:00 p.m. Although Art is in Hollywood his voice will be
'heard introducing Carl, who has appeared with himeon hundreds of
radio 'and TV s how... Parl was, also for years on "Breakfast In'
AHolfywood"-,' -ith "-TO.j., Lriiieau. Many (people- out of 'the local
audience will be stars of the show. Jack Bailey of "Queen for A
Day", and Garry Moore are also -sending prizes. The Lion's Club
states that the proceeds will' be used 'for ithe Welfare Fund.


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I STAR, Po0.t At; Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959


Social Security Officer Explains

Reason PFr Taxes Taken From Pay

Most people don't understand the death." Workers should also under-
.thre6 tain- reasons ,that' social se- stand that there is no protection af-
*curity taxes are 'taken out ofttheiW forded under t he Social Security
pay, John V. Carey, district mana- system unless wages 'and .self-em-
ger of the Panama City social se- ployment profitt are reported cor-
curi-ty office said hb-tis "week. Naerly rectly. -
everyone knows about old-age bene- Social security insurance pay-
Vfis, but-,many are unaware of sur- .nments are only -intended. to be .a-
-vivors' benefits-Ipaymerits to a partial replacement of lost earn-
"worker's dependents in case of his inigs, Carey ad4ed. Because -early
death. Others do not know about all working .people 'are compnilled
disability Insurance .protection for by law .to ,pay social security ,taxes,
Jbhe w*orker'and his dependents and -the measure of protection afforded
for disabled adult children. is greater than it would be- if the
"Every working person and 'his. system was ofn 'a voluntary basis,-
family should know that, through that is, a system in which the
his social security tax .payments, worker couMld "join up" and pay the
he is building itiree-way .protection, tax, or stay out and .pass up iprq-
Carey continued. HIe should realize teetion. .
that the' modest deductions from The social 'security insurance pro-
his pay envelope can 'provide a gram requires all.who are covered
monthly income if his earnings are to pay social security taxes; ac-
_cut off -b yold-age, disability,. or cordingly, ,'all workers share -the


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JUDICIAL TRIO-The three pr-esiding jurists of the i4th Judicial Circuit are shown at .the ceremony last
.Thursday in Jack-'on County Court House at Mariann.a, where Robert L. McCrary. Jr.. (Jleft'-ti was
sworn in to succeed retiring Judge Ernest C. Welch. In the center is Judge E Ctlay Lewis of, PBanama
City of Phna.nia City, now .senor judge ,f the circuit, and at right is Judge Warren L. FItzparick of
Port St. Joe


risk and receive a greater m e.iure Land Owners Desiring Fire Line
of -personal and family protection Land owners Desrng re
at less cot. Car&e concluded.
So fu. ,,- itio oabo ,o ^ utth ePlowing Should Contact Forest Service
Social Security Law corntac- ,your riuwing
nearest -social security office. The
office for this area -is located at By FRANK V. MORRIS iug -schedule c.an be made u.p.
1135 Harris.on Avenue, Panama Ci- 1. & E. Forester arranged schedule jakes it. pol
ty. The telephone number is POp- ible .to do .plowing for several p,
ty.-,, t o a 'm iO." People w "o wish .to" have fire ....
la-r 2-5331. Pohw i' sons in one area. In doing so, tl
-- lines plowed onr hteir woodlands eliminates the unite .sary equ
HENLEY ENTERS MASSEY may ,have them done by .the Florid 1ient hauling.


AS ELECTRONIC STUDENT
Ma.ssey Technij,.al institute, Jack-
sonville has just announced that
Larry Henley. 210S Sixth St., was,
among the new 'students, entering
,the technical college with the new.I
class, starting S-p'tembetr 2S. Larry
is the Bson of G. H. Heniley -who is
with the -railroad 'and public utili-
tiep columission. Port. St. Joe.
Larry has enrolled. for a. course
in Electronic Engineering -at the
Jacksonville technical college of
'the Massey Technical institute. I

Want Ads Get Resulbt


Forest Service beginning immedi-
.itely according to District. Forester
Marvin Mills.
Fifteen niinute ;of fire line
'plowing -per .ear is ftee to any one
peibon. TIhereafter .the cost -dt-
pends upon the -type and size of
equipruent used", said Mills.
Growing itimnber ts a sound busi-
ness for 'this area .and .good ,fire
lines .ate your insurance again-st
destructive wildfire%.
Plowingg will be done at the tr-t
quest of the landowner and ipay-
men.t mustt be .made upon comple-
tion o6 the job. "
Lan-dowriers are urged -to make
their request ncw, so that a iplow-


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Landowners desiring this :plow-
ing .service may ,recque-t it fro-m
the Couuty Raitger or telephone
-the Florida Foresi Ser ice at Port
St. Joe, .phone number X-S5i.

-DONALD PARKER ENTERS
MEMPHIS STATE UNIVERSITY
Doniald Hollis. Parker, on of Mr.
and Mrs. Huie G. Parker, Port St.
Joe, is enrolled for 'the fall semes-
ter at Memphis State Unive-rsi'ty.
Memiphis, Tenn. He i; majoring in
marketing.

a0 TO CHURCH SUNDAr


John Robert Smith, Pharmaceutical Chemist


Phone 7-5111


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) 7545 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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Prices importantly reduced on all Mercury

models! Popular Monterey* now $13650 lower. Now

you can own a new Mercury for a very few cents

a day more than a car with a low-price name.
Comparison based on manufacturer's suggested delivered price for a Monterey 2-door sedan, 1960 v. 1959.
Includes Federal excise tax and suggested dealer preparation and handling charges.


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Why pay a medium-range price for a car with a -.
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Every line is clean, trim. All excess metal has
been pared away, shaped smooth., There's no
unnecessary bulk. Just elegant simplicity.
. every time you- feel its exclusive
Road-Tuned ride. ,
Mercury's Road-Tuned wheels (see left) take
bounce out of bumps. This ability of each wheel
to "roll with the punch" is one of the most
important ride advances in years another
reason why you'll be glad you bought Mercury...


... every time someone sits in the middle.
There's real comfort for 6 people, not just 4.
Full head room, hip;room, foot room for all.
every time you see other new ears.
You'll discover that Mercury has the freshest
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship ...6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45a.m.
Worship Hour ,11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7.30 p.m.



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Baptist icie Meetings....
The general meeting of the Long Home Chairman, Mrr. H. L. Ford; Mrs. J. A. Alligood, Mrs. H. F. Bar-
Avenue Baptist Woman's Mission- Girl's Auxiliary Director, Mrs. H. bee, Mrfs. A P Jack-son, Mrs Hil-
ary Union was held at the church F. Barbee; Intermediate G. A. ton Lewis, Mrs J. 0. Ogle and Mrs.
Tuesday evening, October 6, with Counsellor, "Mrs. J. 0. Ogle; As- Keith Ward.
30 members present. Mrs. Durel sistant 11-12 Year Junior G. A. NIGHT CIRCLE NO. 4
Brigman, newly elected .president, Counsellor, Mrs. Kieth Ward; 9-10 Mrs. N. G. Martin, Chairman;
was in charge. Year G. A. Counsellor, Mrs. W. P. Miss Alma Baggett, Mrs. Kenneth
Mrs. M. L. Britt led the group Dockery; Assistant 9-10 Year Jun- Bateman, Mrs. Buck Burge, Mrs.
in the watchword for the coming ior G. A. Counsellor, Mrs. George Lamar Hill, Mrs. J. D. Griner, Mrs.
year, "Not by Might, Nor by Pow- McLawhon; Sunbeam Band Direc- Aleone Leggeft, Mrs. George Mc-
er, But by My Spirit, Saith the tor, Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey; Pri- Lawhon, Mrs. Fred Perry, Mrs. J.
Lord God of Hosts" (Zech. 4:6) mary Sunbeam Leader, Mrs. Grady C. Traweek and Mrs. T. M. Watts.
and in the singing of "The Wo- Player; Beginner Sunbeam Leader, NIGHT CIRCLE NO. 5
man's Hymn". Following .prayer, Mrs. Preston Jones; Assistant Be- Mrs. Frank Pool, Chairman;
Mrs. Britt gave emphasis to the ginner Sunbeam Leader, Mrs. Mrs. Billy Barlow, Mrs. John Core,
aims for advancement, and the James Jones. Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. Gene Fow-'
four fundamentals of WMU. Circle Chairmen were elected ler, Mrs. M. H. Conger, Mrs. W J
and circles divided as follows: Hinote, Mrs. W. H Howell, Mrs
The following officers wer e MORNING CIRCLE NO. 1 Wesley R Ramsey, Mrs. Doyle Re-
elected to serve with Mrs. Brig- Mrs. W. D. Sykes, Chairman; therford and Miss Mable Williams.
man: First Vice-President (enlist- Mrs. T. J. Braxton, Mrs. M. L. Britt, CIRCLE NO. 6
ment chairman) Mrs. J. C. Odum; Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs H L Ford, To be organized. Mrs. P. B. Fair-
Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. Joe Mrs. Joe Ferrell, Mrs. J. 0. Lucas, ley, Chairman, Mrs. Joe Fortner.
Ferrell; Program Chairman, Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Marshall 'and Mrs. Circle meetings will be .on the
M. L. Britt; Mission Study Chair- Calvin Musselwhite. 'third Tuesday of each month.
man, Mrs. Hilton Lewis; Prayer MORNING CIRCLE NO. 2 Refreshments were enjoyed in
Chairman, Mrs. Lamar Hill; Corn- the social room of the church, af-
munity Missions Chairman, Mrs. Mrs. T. D. Hutchins, Chairman; ter the meeting.
George Cooper; Stewardship Chair- Mrs. W. P. Dockery, Mrs. H. F. .
Iman, Mrs. C. H. McKnight; Publi- Hall, Mrs J. W Hendrix, Mra 0C. AH. A Have .
cations Chairman, Mrs. J. W. Hen- McKnight, Mrs. J C. Odum, Mrs. L. A. S Have
drix; Publicity Chairman, Miss Al- B. Nichols, Mrs. L. W Porter and
ma Baggett; Social Chairman, Mrs. Mrs Joe Wilkie. PronIotion
J. 0. Lucas; Flower Chairman, AFTERNOON CIRCLE NO. 3
Mrs. A. P. Jackson; Children's Mrs. H. Y. Zipperer, Chairman; The Junior and Intermediate G.


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A.'s of the Long Avenue Baptist
Church met Tuesday afternoon at.
4:00 .p.m. at the church for a pro-
motion service followed by installa-
tion of new officers.
The groups divided after the in-
stallation services and had their
regular programs and refresh-
ments.


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Shrine Leaders

Pay Visit To

St. Joe Club
The Illustrious Potentate Hal
Rush and Divan from Morroco
Temple, Ancient Arabic Order of
the Mystic Shrine, in Jacksonville,
made their official visit to the St.
Joe Shrine Club Friday, October 9.
The Potentate, guests and Nobles


Early Autum


and their wives were entertained (HE STAR, Port St. Joe,-Florlda THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1969
with a seafood dinner at the Cen-
tennial Building. The guest of hon- by the Shriners. Poentate, Divan and guests. The
or was the little sweetheart of the Noble Jim Harris, President of Potentate awarded Noble George
St. Joe Shrine Club, Janet Dianne the St. Joe Shrine Club, selected Core a certificate of honor for hia
Yates Janet is nine years old and Noble Ben Williams to act as Mas- outstanding work as Past President
is a victim of polio She has had ter of Ceremonies to introduce the of the St. Joe Shrlne Club.
several operations at the Shrine


Hospital in Greenville, S. C., and
is still under their care. They have
hopes that she will be able to walk
without crutches before she finish-
es high school. The hospital in
Greenville is one of the many Cri'p-
pled Children's Hospitals operated

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Impressive and flavorful, Early Autumn Stack Cake follows a traditional
Southern recipe that's been simplified with today's time-saving ingredients.
Enriched self-rising flour shortens mixing time and insures against mistakes
because the baking powder and salt have already been added in just the right
proportions. In this recipe, the cake layers are similar to "giant-size" cookies.
The dough will prove quite soft, but easy to handle when you roll it out on a
cookie sheet.
Canned pie apples make an extrasquick filling to spread between cake layers.
The apples, whipped cream and spices are a delectable combination.
I t's a pleasure to know that such a delightful dessert is good for you. Enriched
elf-rising flour gives your family calcium, food iron and three essential
B-vitamins.
EARLY AUTUMN STACK CAKE
sa cups sifted enriched self-rising flour 1 egg, beaten
1 teaspoon ground ginger 1/3 cup dark molassues
Scup bufftter or margarine V2 cup buttermilk or sour milk
Scup sugar Apple-Cream Filling
Sift together flour and ginger. Crtam butter or margarine and sugar. Add egg,
molasses and milk. Mix well. Add flour mixture to creamed mixture, stirring
until well blended. Place '% of dough at a time on greased baking sheets. Using
a floured rolling pin, roll out each portion to 8-inch circle. (Dough will be
slightly sticky.) Bake in moderate oven (3500F.) 10 to 15 minutes. Cool and-
fill layers and top with Apple-Cream Filling. Refrigerate until serving time.
APPLE CREAM FILLINGs .


ycups pie apples, Dash ground cloves '
(1 pound 4 ounce can) "'"- Dash nutmeg 1
I teospon dnnamon V/ cup whipping cream
Combine apples and spaces. Whip cream and fold into apple mixture. Makes
one 4-layer tack cak.


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) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
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THE STAR, Port 8t. Joe, Florida THUhiSDAY, bit6bER 17, 1969 FOR SALE save money on '59 Rambler 6 cyl. Hall. All members trged to attend.
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir- 4-dr. sedan which has to go due to Noble Grand: Chris Martin I
0 cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's sickness. Contact R. W. Kelley, Secretary: W. H. Weeks
AS ESIrFIE A FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished equity. 1308 Palm Blvd., or at Independent '
C!JA IrFIED ADS home at St. Joe Beach. $60 .mo.I 4 new bomes being built on Bel- Life Ins. office, Reid- Ave. 8:15 THERE WILL BE a regular com-
Phone 7-7521 or -see Bill Carver. 2t lamy Circle. FHA financing. To be to 9:30 a.m. Monday .thru Fri., 1:30 munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
FO N : 2 o ui HOUSE FCOR SAL.E: 2 bedroom completed within next 30 days. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday. Payments No. 111, F&AM every first and
FOR REsT: 2 bedroom furnished hOe at t. Joe Beach 90 ft. off Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small are $68.38 per month.. itp third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. '
cottages. $45 per month. Ander. highway 98. immediate occupancy down payment. Small monthly pay--
son Cottages, St. Joe Beach. t $250.00 down98 and $50.00 a month ments. : LOST: Billfold. Sunday. Contains
$250.00 down d $5. a month. PRIDGEON AGENCY iny and valuable papers. F-ind- "
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom Call Jbhnston PO 3-2831, Panama4 Re 7-774 er p oney and return billfold ED McFARLAND,;W. W -M
attractively furnished apart- City. 10tp-8-27 and papers to The Star or mail to ROY L." BURCH, Secretary-
ments.Cool in summer, warm in Vi a FOR SALE: A very large three E. F.'Gunn. Box 345, Port St.. Joe. All Master Masons cordially invited
winter. Gas -heat, window fans. FOR SALE: 19542-dor Victoria bedroom house with large separ--
They have to be seen tobe appre- Fad, radio and e e.1 Ao ate dining room. Plenty of storage TOY DISTRIBUTORSHIP N R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
elated. Also nice Trailer parking car. Can be seen at St. Joe Auto area. Tile bath, oak floors, num- INYOUR SPARE'TIME St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A..
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. WI- Parts Co. tfc-9-24 her one-paneling throughout. Only. PART OR FULL TIME M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- FOR SALE: 2 bedrooni well built $12,750. Financing can-be arranged. NO .SELLING. OR EXPERIENCE ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20 house. Mexico Beach. Phone FOR SALE:- A three bedroom home NEEDED Creamer, S"r., 'High Priest, H. R.
9-1113, WV. Buckloh. tfe-10-11 in Oak Grove situated on 2Y Established firm has some Areas Maige, Secretary. -
FOR RENT: Nice 6-room house lots. Can sell completely furnished still available for .man or woman to. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
with both, hot, and cold water. MEXICO BEACH RENTALS for $6800 or .unfurnished for $5800. serti.'.e established toy shops in F YOU ARE INTERESTED in
Large yard and garden.. At Over- 1 bedroom furnished ap.ts. $40.00 WE ALSO HAVE some listings in -au.perujrkets, drug and 'variety saving moruy seu umsor anything
street. See Mrs. Hardy at Over- per- r month. 2 bedroom furnished I Port St. Joe and White" City stores, etc. Earn extra income ser- you need iW your home. STOP and
street P. 0. tfc-10-1 ,apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month. 'areas. 3tc-10-8 vicing and refilling toy racks. Un- SWAP SHOP.
FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished a- 2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. j FRANK 1HANNON limited growth and earning .poten- FOR SALE: 11/4 acres land and. 3
artament. 1505 Monument. Phone $50.00 ,per month. Residential and Registered Real Estate Broker tial. Six hours spare time weekly iot ait White City. Contact;phone
7-arment. 150& Monuntf. Po10- commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave. required. Minimum $690 investment a Wity ot pone
7-5 "-1-8 sale, good income, terms. is .secured by guaranteed inventory, no. 7-257'. 2tp,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish- MEXICO BEACH-OFFICE. 'FOR SALE: "The Great Tide" ap- Write fully about yourself, enclos- ---
ed apartment. $35 ,per month. Wa- C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro. hearing in a new addition, can ing phone number for personal in- FOR' SALE: 1957 Oldsmobile Hol-
ter included. Inquire at 1904 Garri- Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe be rpurhb.v-ed at- Campbell's Drug terview. Pritt Noveltoy Company, day sedan.. Power brakes, new
son or call 7-8642. tf-10-8 Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta. Store. Facts *on St. -Joseph 'and 1527 Lexington Ave., New York, N. whitewall tires, -radio and ,heale.,
FOR SALE: 32 foot cabin cruiser.Florida. Ideal gifts I p rose and white. See at 308. 13th St..
,$2,200. 125 hp. Chrysler crown FOR SALE: 3 .choice corner lots -at FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
engine, 2 bunks, head and' galley, White City. Adjoining canal. See with 65 tlp motor. Sleeps two, Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for FOR RENT: Duplex unifurnisled
ship to shore radio, engine and hull Braxton Ward-or call 7-3316. tfc- .head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy quick expert service. :tfc apartment. All new. 1 bedroom.
perfect. See Jack 'Hammock or SALE: 1959 model 35 hp. out- Gibson or -call BAll 7-5771. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE lyt Gulf Station, White Gity
ill Carr. c board motor, Buckaneer with CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personal and Meetings at Moose H-all, 310 or phone 9-9143. Itc
electric starting. Al-so, 16 foot boat. Business with name imprinted. Fourth St. Meeting night every '
- FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry C. W. Long. 2t Assorted 'and rdli-gious boxes.. See other Monday. LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
house. Hardwood floors, closed Mrs. Jacquelyn Quarles before No- hour. Cut your lawn and let me
carport, landscaped. 905 Garrison FOR SALE: 14 ft. boat, motor and v.ember 16. tfc-10-15 SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0. worry wi-th upkeep of mower. Gulf
Ave. 4tc 'trailer. See Gene Martin at St. 0. F.-Meets first and third Service Station. Aubrey R. Tomlin-
Joe Beach or call 7-2529. FOR SALE or TRADE: Wanna Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic son, Phone 7-74501.





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: ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
S..GUY N. MIDDLETON .--------..... Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
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THREE TIPS: Pay Cash and Pay Less
At BOYLES Buy on Ldyaway (same price )for
Christmas Something New Arrives Every Day!


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My father is a .small farmer in North Carolina who loves the
soil and has tilled it diligently during his hale and hearty.89'years.
While he and my mother were visiting us in July we made the .effort
to impress him with the beauty and wonder of this -Florida seacoast.
One day we were driving along the Gulf on Coastal .98 when' I saw
him looking thoughtfully over the water expanse. -Beautiful scene,"
I remarked. He replied: "I was just thinkingwhat a fine bottom.:of
corn that would be if all that water was drained off". Yes, he's a
land man and prefers to look at corn where there's water. Now, hit
six boys left the farm early seeking an easier way to -make a living.
We did not know then that no easy-way exists to. make an honest liv-
ing. We're proud, however, of the work we chose and it's a way of
life for us.
As my father saw the corn in the Gulf waters, we see loaves and
fishes in our merchandise in addition to the pleasure and excitement
of style, quality and value. It's interesting, too, to see and serve
people every day. And did you know this? Every single day Some-
thing-New arrives at Boyles Department Store? Customers say they
like this and we manage to keep a steady flow .. In and out.
Another thing that has interested this writer is the fact people are
generally optimistic and planning wisely ahead. Literally hundreds
have bought at Boyles Cash Prices on our Lay-a-way Plan some
are saying: "I'm shopping for Christmas". It'll be well to think this
over if you're not a Lay-A-Way customer at Boyles. It's plain good
business to plan ahead and Save Moneyl
Somehow we have the three R's on our mind .Reading, 'Riting
and 'Rithmetic. It was interesting to see a recent query from a school
teacher that went something like this, "What can be done to help
the most". The first things that popped into. my mind were the
three R's that have been so sadly neglected. I have never seen a
good reader, a good writer, and a good add-er, who v s riot a good
thinker. Why have so many frills replaced the basic fundamentals
in education? It's just plain confusing to me and I'm feeling that It
affects the pupils, too. It's healthy to see some questions being ask-
ed Bless your heart, teacher. -You can help me read, write
and add better
Seems that I must continually remind myself that a merchant
should stick to merchandise and we'll close with a line of sales talk.
Listen to Boyles Radio Specials over WJOE every day at 8 and 9
a.mijAdd-itup and you'll shop Boyles-for Savings. S'long. RGB

WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, li.t: Ln.snt, ........... ,000.oo
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- A.Jmr,,-Ite Expense 1.. 12,000.00
ng first and third Thrsday nights Lega Expense .............. ,800.00
f t dh T hu..sd.aynights rt nenee..........i....z0sOOO0
:00 p.m., American Legion Home. P.r Ma,weunasce ............ 8,500.00
Pest Control and Landfill
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING > Program ............. ,O000.00
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that St. Joe Miscellaneous Expense ...... 8,280.00
aperr Company has, pursuant to Section Operation Municipal Building 2,000.00
653.122, Florida Statutes, applied to the Audit** *.......... ........ O,750.00
City Commission of Port St. Joe, Florida, Municipal Hospital........ 10,000.00
o fix and establish a bulkhead line in St. C':-*'.g're-s ............. 27,000.00
osephs Bay offshore the Easterly shore- .:,,,l Security Insurance .... 2,400.00
ine of said St. Joseph's Bay, being and Holly Hill Cemetery .... .... 400.00
ying within the corporate limits of the Forest Hill Cemetery ...... 400.00
Dity of Port St. Joe, Florida. .
After due consideration, preliminary ap- TOTAL ..... ........... $136,705.00
roval of said application 'was granted by Hospital-Revenue Bond Fund 25,000.00
ke City Commission on October 6, S 1959 Special Sinking Fund for Refunding
ty Commission on October 61959 onds of 1950 (0.9) Mills 8,6.8
Id said bulkhead line was tentatively es-' Bonds of 1950 (0.9) Mills 8,48.87
abolished as follows: Construction Fund (60%)
Commence at the Southeast corner of the Utility Tax .......... 15,800.00
Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quar-
ter, Section 12, Township 8 South, Range TOTAL DEBT SERVICE
11 West and extefid a line West along FUNDS ............ $ 4-9,448.87
the South line of the City Limits of TOTAL ALL FUNDS ...... $186,153.87
Port St. Joe, Florida, said line being ORDINANCE NO. 176x
the South line of Section 12, Township "An Ordinance relating to the assess-
8 South, Range 11 West for 470.0 feet to ment and levy of taxes in the City of
a point on the mean high water line of Port St. Joe, Florida for the tax year
St. Josephs Bay; then continue this line A.D. 1959, levying an advalorem tax of
Westerly into St. Joseph's Bay for 117.50 0.9 Mills upon the dollar of assessed val-
feet for p.:i.t of beginning. From the nation for the purpose of providing funds
above I .r beginning, turn 90 00' for the payment of principal and interest
right from the line last described above on the $90,000.00, City of Port St. Joe
and extend the bulkhead line Northerly Refunding Bonds of January 1, 1950 and
along a line that is 325 feet West of any indebtedness thereon outstanding and
and parallel to the theoretical West line a tax of 9.6 Mills for the purpose of pro-
of Section 12, Township 8 South, Range viding funds for the ordinary and regu-
11 West, for 5280 0 feet; 'then turn 27 lar purposes of the City of Port St. Joe
00' left for 3350.0 feet to a point on the for the year 1960.'
existing bulkhead adjacent to the tank -WHEREAS, the City Commission is of
farm fuel storage facilities of Southeast ffe opinion that it is necessary for the im-
Terminals in Port St. Joe, Florida. mediate protection and preservation of the
A map with the bulkhead life as above peace, safety, health 'and property of the
ascribed delineated thereon, may be exam- City and its inhabitants, and to provide for
ed by all interested persons at the office the usual daily operation of the City and
Florida Engineering Associates, Inc., 323 its departments that this Ordinance be en-
eid Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida, or at acted and take effect immediately, there-
e City Hall in Port St. Joe, Florida. fore,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF
commission will hold a public hearing at THE CITY OF PORT ST. JOE:
e City Hall in Port St. Joe, Florida, at SECTION 1. That the assessment roll of
00 P.M., EST, on November 10, 1959, the taxable property within the City of
r the purpose of hearing any objections Port St. Joe for the year 1959, prepared
comments any interested persons may by the City Auditor and Clerk, as ex-offl-
ve to the establishing of the bulkhead cio Tax Assessor and revised and equalized
.e as requested, by the City Tax Equalizing Board be, and
CITY COMMISSION of the same is hereby approved and adopted
I:,'iT STr. JOE, FLORIDA as the assessment roll of Taxable property
J L S~HARIT, within the City of Port St.. Joe, for the tax
I--1 .. ..-t,:-, e. m -. ii,,i year 196 9.
'TEST: SECTION 2. That there be and there is
/ R. W. HENDERSON, hereby levied and assessed upon all proper-
Clerk 3t-10-S ty, both real and personal, within the cor-
-- .porate limits of the City of Port St. Joe,
not exempt from taxation by the constitu-
City of Port St. Joe, Florida tion and laws of the State of Florida, the
PROPOSED BUDGET 1960 following advalorem taxes for the year 1959.
Estimated Revenue (a) A tax of 0.9 mills upon the dollar
operty Tax (9.6) Mills .... $ $92,255.00 of assessed valuation for the purpose of pro-
cupational License Tax .... -12,000.00 viding funds for* the payment of intuest
ace Track Receipts ...... 2,000.00 and principal on any remaining indebtedness
mission Tax ............. 1,600.00 outstanding on the $90,000.00 City of Port
orida Power Franchise Tax (2%) 4,300.00 St. Joe Refunding Bonds Issue of January
ines and Forfeits ......... 6,700.00. 1, 1960.
rmits, Fees, Etc. ......... 400.00 (b) A tax of 9.6 mills upon the dollar of
rbage Collection Revenues 7,600.00 assessed valuation for the purpose of pro-
scellaneous Revenue ...... 2,000.00 viding funds for the ordinary and regular
lly Holl Cemetery purposes of the -City of Port St. Joe.
Lot Sales ..... ........ 900.00 SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall 'take
rest Hill Cemetery effect immediately upon adoption.
Lot Sales .. : ......... 400.00 INTRODUCED at a Regular Meeting of
. Joseph Fire Control the City Commission on the 6th day of
District ............... 850.00 October A.D. 1959.
rking Meter Receipts (Collections J. L. SHARIT
from parking meters) 5,700.00 Mayor-Cobmmissioner
TOTAL GENERAL FUND .. $136,705.00 R. W. HENDERSON
Bond Retirement Funds City Auditor and Oferk
Hospital Revenue Bond Fund
timated Cigarette Tax Receipts
for year 1960 ........ $ 25,000.00
ecial Sinking Fund for Refunding
Bonds of 1950 ........ 8,6-8.87
natruction Fund (60%) ofAL
Utility Tax ........... 15,800.00 ALL TYPES and KINDS
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE : I For Use In Every Room
FUNDS ............ $ 49,448.87 NOW AVAILABLE AT
TOTAL ALL FUNDS ...... 186,153.87 NOW AVAILABLE AT
59 Assessed Taxable Valuation EELLS FIRESTONE STORE
$9,609,858 00
opposed Millage for General 228 Ried Avenue
' .Operations .. ($92,255.00 9.0 Mills
opposed Millage Special Sinking P.S.-We -recommend H. F. Bar-
of 19o0 ($8,48.87 Mills bee to do a neat job. 8t-9-17
-tal Millage for Tax Year 1959 10.5 Mills
Expenditures
in. Fund Proposed Budget for 1960 Want Ads Get Resu
-lice Department .......... $ 21,475.00 Want As vluv Resu1ts
avenger Department ...... 12,000.00
eecutive Department ...... 2,100.00 un
re Department .......... 3,600.00 O TO CHURCH *UNDA'"


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A cdn .letely road-tuined -ar, die- out-oard.
-tinctivel.' styled and f'unectonalua The upper body features a
clean in design is offered jy Mar- full-vision windshield.: Hardtop!
cury in its 13 -new models for 1960. "< rulser", models 4hve a sloping.
Body, frame, suspensionn, engine roof, and sedan moadelsihave a flat,
and transmission are preciselycriap;-ootf-with-rea- oyerhang.-:
blended to -provide a new standard -In Mereury's 312 cubic inch en-
in riding comfort. i! .. ine, are-shaped coibustlon chain-
Many important design changes ber ias engineeredito improve ef-
were made in Mercury's three V-S ficiency." This engine has a .com-
.engines 'to improve both economy presso0n *ratio of 8.9 to 1, a rated
!and performance and give greater horsepower of 205 at 4000.rpm and
reliability and -moother, quieter torque of 328 at 2100 rpm.' Toi
operation. All engines have, two- Mercury Marauder S83 cubic inch
barrel carburetors which save fuel, engine has an 8.5 .to 1 compression .
and two of the engines'are design- ratio, 280 horsepower at,4200 and
ed for maximum performance with torque of 405 at 2200 rpm. These-
regular gasoline. .two engines gives additional econ-
All models of the 1960 Mercury omy by operating on regular grade
,have a wheelbase of 128 inches, gasoline.
permitting a greater length be- The Mercury Marauder 430 cubic
,tween wheels, with a resultant im- inch engine has a unique new ther-
sprovement in occupant comfort. mosiatically controlledd air com-'


Continuing-a feature introduced to
the industry by Mercury last year,
the 1960 .models- have 'a low trans-
mission -and drtiveshaft tunnel.
"Mercury engineers have suc-
ceeded in completely insulating the
body of .the* car from the running
gear, resulting in an exceptionally
,smooth tide," said Ben D. Mills,
vice president of -Ford Motor Com-
pany and'general manager of he
M-E-L Division. "Driver and pas-
sengers .are protected from noise,
vibration and harshness by rubber,
butyl and other effective insulating
materials at every point where the
.body is attached 'to the frame or
ito. other chassis components.
Mercury's -exterior styling is
completely new and is characteriz-
S*ed by 'softer lines in its new hood,
fenders, quarter panels, rear deck
and doors.
'The broad front bumper serves
as a foundation for. the air-gather-
ing grille with bright concave yer-
tical bars.- The body 'aide moulding
includes the door handle 'as a con-
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of the deck fall_ off fast to meet
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Mercury for 1960 is both distinctive and functionally clean in design. The. car's soft,
smooth ride is the result of the blending of body, frame, suspension, engine and trans-
mission into a completely road-tuned car. Two-barrel carburetors increase economy oZ
the low-friction V-8 engines. Two of the engines offer added-economy by using regular
gasoline. Mercury's spacious interiors with lowered transmission and driveshaft tvianrl
, :d,comfort for six passengers. Thirteen models in four series, all on 126-inch weel-
b..a,; are available. Pictured is the Montclair four-door cruiser (hardtop). ,


pensator valve which smoothes en-
gine ile, aoids stalling and re- THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959
gine Idle, avoids,-stalling and re-
duces he .possibility of vapor lock .
Its compression ratio is 10 to El i
h^riee i1 Bride-Elect Honored At Dinner Party
horsepower is 310 at 4100 rpm and e- yt
torque is 460 t .2200 rpm. T A
The transmission is smoother, Thursday by Mrs. Tom Alsobrook
quieter and more durable.
Integral underbody cross mem-
Integral underbody cross mem- On Wednesday, October 7, ,at 1:00 The honoree was ,presented by
mets make the 1960 Mercury ebody- p m Mrs Tom Alsobrook enter- thehostess with a handsome silver
mentmkethe 196 Merury body -.. .oted.ither of.Eighteenth Cen-
stronger and more rigid. tainted with a bridal lunch oot ither of sign. Eighteenth
tury design.
oring Miss Patsy Ann Hayes, of
Mercury's 13- models -for .1960 i g i Pt Ann a o
Merurys 13 models or 10' Apalachicola, whose marriage to The guests enjoying this occa-
are topped by the Park Lane erLieutenant James Philyaw, of this sion with Miss Hayes were: Mrs.
les in a two-door cruiser, a, ottr
es in a two-door er, aour- city, will be an event -of October Edward Ryan Hayes of' Apalachi-
door cruiser and ,a two-door con17 at Apalachicola. cola and Mrs. Bryan Palmer, of Tal-
vertible. The Montclailrseries con-- lahassee, mother and grandmother
sists of a four-door, sedan, a two- ..The. private 'dining room of the of the bride-elect; Mrs. H. C. Phil-
door cruiser and a tour-door cruis- City .Restaurant, beautified with yaw, mother of the groom elect.
er. Thedfive Monterey models are massed arrangements of white car- Apalacbicola guests were Mrs.
a two-door and a tour-door sedan, nations -and lacy-white Chapman lgin weaing, Mrs. T. J. Hicks,
a two-door and a .four-door cruiser October flowers, was -the scene of Mrs. Frederick Sawyer and Mrs
and 'a convertible. this occasion. The long luncheon Hubert Drennen.
Two Country Cruiser four-door table, having sliver .appointments, aamaCity guests were: Mrs.
station wagons with hardtop styl- was .laid with a white embroidered Harry Fannin and Mrs. Alfred Hol-
ing are offered, both six-passenger linen cloth, and centered with a sil- comb.
,models with optional' self-storing ver epergne -filled with the same cors. G. F. Lawrence this cit
third seat, and a rear'window which flowers, Smaller, corresponding ar- assisted Mrs. Alsobrook in carng
slides into the. tailgate. They are rangemnents completed the lunch- fo her 'guests.
the Colony Park, with simulated eon table carrying out the bridal ______o e
wood panelling and the Commut'er. motif.
Blopuntstown Homecoming
The Blountstown High School
LANARKf VILLAGE Student Council is sponsoring 'the
annual Homecoming Banquet -to be
Cocktail Lounhe and Restaurant held Thursday .night, October 22,


a-, ,: 1)1.k .-IM .U T II I We Sc O oI U
catft-erld. The cost of the dinner,
,prepared ,iy the Blountstown Band.
Boosters, i.! $1.50 per person. No.'
invitations' will be mailed, so, all
graduates of Blountstown High
School planning to attend the ban-
quet, pleasee address acceptance
to: President of the Student Body,
Blountstown High School, Blounts-
trow.n, Florida.
All letters must reach -the school"
'by Wednesday noon, October 21.




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Local School Gets
Area Student Council
Vice-President Spot
By BO WILLIAMS-
The Port St. .be High School
Student Council delegates attend-
ed th,. annual convention of the
Student Councils in Distric't Ofte.
Marlanna was the host of ,the con-
vention Saturday.
The purpose of the convention


was to -elect officers for the com-
ing year. Quincy was elected Presi-
dent over Florida High of Tall'.

Port St. Joe was elected Vice-
President over Ohattahoochee.
Choctawhatchee was elected Sec-
retary and will be host for the con-
vention next year.
The -program In brief consis'ted
of: general assembly, tour of the
Florida School for Boys. divide into
'discussion groups, lunch at the Chi-


poia lotel and, business session at-
'ter lunch.
The delegates who attended the
convention from Port St. Joe were:


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Ib. 39c


at4 Fraf Robbinas.
Adult conellors who will 9A
Company' tht ,girls arg Mrs. Her.-
man Barbel, Girl's a xilary Di-
rector, Mrs.Otis Ogle Mrs. A. P.
Jackson and Mrs. 0 1ge McLaw-
hon. Conferences wllilbe held in
the Southwide Baptis Church In
Lakeland.

LuncS Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary Schqol
Monday, October 19
;itew hbeet with vegetables, celery
sticks, apple pie,'butteied white
bread.
S Tuesday,. Octobno, 20
Blackeye peas, bol.ed .welners,
cabbage slaw, ginger broad, white
'bread- and- milk.
Wednesday, October 21'
Texas hash, lettuce and. tomato
salad, coconut pudding, v~Ute bread
and milk.
..Thursday, October,22
Baked beanls,- spiced hiam. licoes,
mustard greens, fresh apples,
white bread and milk.
Friday, October 2S
Turkey .-pie, Englisht pea-s, car-
rot sticks, lemon cake, bitter ,
white bread and- milk.

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:ti on your puAtin is a li6 of quality
Advertlsint doe nt cost-it PA tY
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GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

NOTiCE I hereby given that the Trusteed
of the Internal Improvement Fund of the
State of Florida, pur'uanl to law, will offer
ior sale. tor objections only. In the Board
.Room ot the Governor's Olffice, Capitol
Bai'dtng, Tallahassee, Florida at 2:30 in.,
October 27, 1969. the following .decrioad
Lod- m Oull County, Florida, to-wit:
File No. 47B.23-.?53.12
A parcel of submerged lan.] In St. J :ph
Io, and Section 3d, Township 8 S o'th,
.RTange 12 Weit and Section 31, rownship
b South, Range !1 West, lying KEaitt-l,
of and aIutlting t3overument Lot 7 *of
sald Secnon 3d, containing 72.06 acres,
more or less.
The Purchaier is required to pay thd ad-
eertising bi and documentary staiap; The
sale. if anl w-hen made, hlld be subject -to
the Trustees reaerving unto rhemel v.ea 75',
of the phbsphate. minerals and metals and
50% of the petroleum thereon or thareun.D-er
'Ine rrustesa of the Internal Imnprovemint
Fund tre.rve the right to reeWt any. al
all bida. ", -
BY ORDER or the rru-tees of th6 Inter.
nal Improvement Fund of the State of
Flot;da.
LeROY COLLINS, Governor "
Attest: Van H. Ferguaso, Director
Trustesu 1 1 F ud 4Ht- -24


Dennis Bradley, Larry Davis, Rich-
ard Thompson, Bo Williams, and NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby gisen Ltat the Trustee,
James Moore, Sponsor. of the Internal Improvement Fund of the
JState of Florida, pursuant to Liw, will offer
f tor sale, for objections only, in the Board
SGoom of the Governor's Office, Capitol
Long* Bulding. Tallahassee, Florida, at 2:30 p.m..
S Aven r Ottoher 7, 1959. the following described
Long Avenue Girls d n l County. Forda, to-.wit:
To Attend G- FAe No. 477-211-2153.12 ,
To Attend G.A. M eet A parcel o bmeed and ;n St. Joseph
Bay I' Sections"14 and 23, Towninip
: '-',.. 9 South ge 11 We ing Noher-
The Long Avenue-Baptist Girlfs yVofind b he Weit 3l9.n oee
- thof Qoiernment Lot 4 of said Secton 3.
Auxiliary f the Woman's MissIo6 cont ning 22.7 res, more or less
The Pnrchaaer la required to pay the
ary Union will be represented this advertising bill and documentary tamps.
weka th Sta ter- The sa'ie, If and when made, shall be sub-
week at the State Girl's Auxiliary ject to the Trustees ze-erving unto them-
House Party in Lakeland, -Friday' selves 75% o the phosphate. minerals and
Metals and 50% of the petroleum thereon
through Sunday, -by the Misses or thereunder. .. '-.:
The Trustees of the riv.nal nIproaement
Gayle Od.um, Barbara Martin, Con- Fund reserve the right to reject any an.I
nie Jackson; Carol Alligood, Eve all biDER of e Trustees of the Internal
-cBY ORDERi of hieTrustees "of"the'Interua
lyn Dockery, Edith McLawhon, Ca- Improvement Fund .of the State of Florida..
LeROY COLLINS, Governor .
Attest: Van H. Ferguson, Director
-Trustees L. I. Fund 4t-9-2t4
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that the Trustees
S of the Internal Improvement. -Ftud of the
:OR? State of Florida, pursuant to law, will offer
for sale, lfor objections only, in the Board
^ Room of the Goveranr'a Otice, Capitol
SBuilding. Taluahassee, Florida. at 2:30 p.m.,
SOctober 27, 1959, the following described:
- Repairs lands In Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
epair File No. 476-23-263.12
lalt y ..A parcel of submerged land in St. Joseph
t Bay, in Sections 16 and 22, Township 9
South, Range 11 West, lying Northerly
of and abutting the East 6464 feet of
: Government Lot I of said Section 22,
Fixtures containing 39.22 acres, more or .le ...
|I xMTu esr The Purchaser iis reqiired to pay 'the'aA-
TI MATE--- vertising bill -and documentary stamps.. The -
sale, if .and when made, hall be subject to
the Truawes re.ering unto themselves 75o
ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU 0, the phosphate, minersLa and metals and
N I or the petroleum thereon or thereunder.
The Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Fund reserve the right to reject any and.
INGaSERVICEll bids. ." ..
NG SERI CBE BY ORDER of the Trustee'of the'inter-
HnO72 hal Tm&pr],tment. Fund of the State c
PIO NE 7-2541 lorida. O ae
LeROY- COLLI9S, Governor -
Attest: Van H. Fergujon. Director ,'--
Trustees I. I Fund 4t-9-24
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that the Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Fund, of the
--tate of Florida, pursuant to la, will offer
7-lI r sale, for objections only, in the Board
1 1011Room of .'the Governor,. Office, Capitol
o u r s e lf Building. Tallahassee, Florida, at 2:30 p.m.,
October 27,. 1959, the following, described
lands in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
File No. 476-23-253.12
A parcel of submerged land in St. Joseph
Bay In Sections 15 and 22 Township 9
SSouth, Range 1 West,-lying Northerly
of and abutting the West 675 feet of
Government Lot 1 of said Section 22,
containing 38.86 acres, more or less.
The Purchaser is required to pay the ad-'
Svertising bill and documentary stamps. The.
sale, if and when made, shall be subject to
'... the Trustees reserving ,unto themselves 75%
," 1of the phosphate, minerals and metals and
50% of the petroleum thereon or thereunder.
'P \ iS ~ The Trnstees of the Internal Improvement
Fund reserve the right to reject any and all
bids. -
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the Inter.
nal Improvement Fund of the State' of Flor-
LeROY COLLINS;, Governor
Attest: Van H. Ferguson, Director
Trustees I. L Fund, t-9-24
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that the Trustees
of the Internal Improvement Fund of the
State of Florida, pursuant to law, will offer
for sale, for objections only, in the Board
BULKII CREAM Room of the Goveinor' .Office, Capitol Build-
"- DUL CIU ing, Tallahassee, Florida, at 2:80 p.m.,
October 27, 1959,' the following described
lands in Gulf County, Florida, to-wit:
HOT DOGS and other File No. 479-28-268.12
ndwichesA~"A parcel of submerged land In St. Joseph
ndwicheS Bay in Sections 15 and 22. Township 9
South, Range 11 West, lying Northerly
,T 5 0%i of and abutting the W'/ of Government
O Lot 2. and all of Government Lot 8 in
| | K | | said Section 22, containing 94.68 Acres,
more or less.
The Purchaser is required to pay the ad-
y vertising bil and documentary stamps. The
O -tk sale, if and when made, shall be subject to
the Trustees reserving unto themselves 75%
ot--the phosphate, minerals and metals and
| O 650% of.the petroleum thereon or thereunder.
'UOD OR The Trustees of the- Internal Improvement.
:BmRnd. reserve 'the ight to reject any and
all-bide.
BY ORDER of the Trustees of the Inter- .
C nal Improvement Fund-ot the Stat. of Flor-
ICH SHOP a......
LeROY COLLINS, Governor I
Attest. Van. HX Ferguson, Director
S- Trustees I. I. Fund- 4t-9-24


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TENDER OKRA -- -----,
BUTTER BEANS -----------.
BLACKEYE PEAS .- --- .0
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Pean and Butter beans 39c

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DIXIE LILY k .


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