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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: October 22, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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'Port 'St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"


STAR


. MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
it where we can speak wlth Tt
once In awhile--Trade with
your home town merchants
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TWENTY-THIRD YEAR
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ETAMNM SHRDLU
by WktftEY R. RAMSEBY


That which waa feared would


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22,19Bb5


Constitution Park Streets Named For Early Builders of City





Two New Streets Are Named


The STAO House., organization The City Commission named two adopted by ai ove-rw-teiirig vt-e, a
.has virtually, gone to the ,dogs. 'new streets in-Port St. Joe Tues- manking- i.r possiblee for the Conveu-
We remember -that all kinds of day night at their regular meeting. tion to be brought to a suLccesful
plans, promises and committees- The streets, located at' Constitution Gauter Memorial Lane
*- *Gauter Memorial Lane D &
were made and appointed at the Park were named Allen Memorial The roui, on th*e South side of
uing the STACHou toro- Way and Gatier Memorial Lane. the Park na bee n ut
vide a meo of planned youth ec- Allen Memorial Way, on the pronounced go-teari Memorial
reation. Everything. w to e-e car- O [ o ,
reton. Everything was to car- North side of .the P4rk 'was named Lane. The street was named for Pe- 0
tried out by the parents. ? "" -
ed out by the .parens. for Rihebard C. Allen who was close- ter W. Gautier, Jr. who wa! peosJ. L fI C O M I
Civic clubs were askld ftor .do. ly associated with 'thl life of St. -;bly the greatest pro'rimter of "The
nations 'to buy -this and that. The Joseph from its 'earliest beginnings, St. Joseph Pruiect" through t.e-
donations came and, needed -acili- having been one: of ithe .directors .columns. of his. now famous, news-
ties for the STAC House were do- of the Lake Wimico-and St. Joseph paper. The St J.,.-eph Times. The
nated and purchased. Port St. Joe Canal and Railroad Company. He Times became known 'throughout Loos 0000age; No Sai
eat on top of ithe heap in' the., tte became its president in 1lS6 th- Unitf-d Stat& .ad itis ditor S F
lnsofar as facilities for youth reci Allen was not only One of Oal- %.as ranked a- t:rne o.f the two most Dome Homes Due or
relation were concerned. houn County's two delegates to he brillii.i-r. editors of Territorial Flor-
St. Joseph_ Convention, 'but was ida.dions existing in
All was peachesand cream n- also ne of'the r other fheirst Although Peter W. Gauir. Jr.. the colored sec tionf Port St. Joe
i 'someone left the cream out Of, Florida Constitution, which was was not a diecate tL, the C,-nv-n. .- up.for much discussion a t the
the icebox too long. drawn up in old St. Joseph. t lion he is Lth one chilly acredit- eormis up t ion m eetuc iussion aTuesday
The kids are now looking arbund Allen was chairman of the 'co- e-d with having .in- Convention held ini hte
in an unorganized daze and asking miittee on the judicial department. in St. Josephv w-il, be i was a dele-
themselves, "what happened?" During -'the final- days of the Con- gate to the Legislative Council of it was brought out that several
Section, when the outlook for a sue- the Territory from Calhoun Coun- hou-es. on existing sewer mains in
Just what happened to -all Ithis cessful completion of the Constitu- ty. He is also accredited with the this section had failed to tie Into
resolution, this drive this d'eter- tion was very dark. when the Con- origina-tion of Caihoun County. the maius for sanitary -facilities. In
mination on the .part of the par- ventlon .had come to an apparent In the fall of 1S40 Peter W. Gau- faot it was ,pointed out -that some
ents of our city? stalemate over the adoption of the t:er, Jr., was elected. without op- 'h:outes had neither indoor or out-
'Te evidence would strongly important Article XIII on "*'Banks position, to the Florida Houije of door facilities. "'In Lhis rainy wea-
point out ee act that the .parents and other Corporations" after long Representatives. and in 1S41 was thar, su,:h conditions can be ,the
just don't "igftea rip". tedious and acrimonious debates, chosen speaker of that august body. cause of epidemic", said Mayor' J.
the nit was Richard C. Allen who The streets were named by 'the L. Sh-ri-t. .
The kidds ay no-adult committee saved the day by proposing on Jan- City Board at the request. of the The OCity const.ucted, consider-
is functioning. If they are, .the fact uary 5, 1839, the 14th section of 'the Florida Board of State Park-; and able -sewer facilities itI this section
has been kept a secret, ,from the article, which was immediately Historic Memorials. if (town last year and ordered all
kidS. to Ttake advantage of the sanitary
Which brings -uas up to tis. The facilities ..
.....-. .The Commission movd Tuesday
'people of -this town were badgered n i. The Commrepare necTuesday
to death for years for a -teen-age inaneht to prepare those not ecessaryo-
center. No expense was too .great di c to it r le to o o
l ...- ". '* --<-d to -'anitary facilities to do so
according to those doing the bad- _o .
gering. Well, the City .has spent l immediately or suffer consequences
some $25,000.00 for a fine building e decided up
wth duate actie. Each c The Commision also discussed
wiph adequate facclit'es.fwtache aeil
club in town shelled out in the the prevalenceof waste materials
neighborhood of 00 each to uch as garbage cluttering up the
elgh.buy ohrniouref $0 and other ". stLees. ,alleyway,, and yards of'
"y'n-r. .. ."'nd"ot-e" i .:tihl3 section of -town.
articles for the center. "- 'A' "i. t w no n't,- 1


The one thing that hba been left
out of late. is adult supervision-a
necessity for the operation of the
center.
The kids. want to know what is
wrong.
The Star wants to know what Is
wrong.
Probably a .few tax payers are
more -than a little miffed that their
expenditure has been so Ignored.
Bob- Kerrligan, president of the
STAC House student committee
told the City Commission Tuesday
night that the kid's just didn't rea-
'ize what they had until -they lost
it. We would like to paraphrase
that a mite to say that it appears.
that some people 'are ika spoiled
children-they want everything un-
til they get it and, then they throw
it away.

If you, ,too, were puzzled by the
date on last week's paper, don't
'give. it another thought. When we
set 'the date lines for the pages, we
looked at a calendar with the Sep-
tember leave shooting. Wheni you
get calendars from two dozen sour-
ces each year, it Is sort of a" chtore
to see -that they all get brought up
'to' date at the ,end of each month.
We had the third Thursday of"
'the month-all right, we just hap-
-pened to have the wrong month..

In these days of city living sure-
ly some have wondered, what good
is Scouting for a boy.
This letter to Scoutmaster J6hn
T. Simpson from one 'of his former
Scouts may answer your questions.
Dear Mr. Simpson,
I have,just finished basic train-
ing in Fort Jackson, S. C. Now-
I'm in the Gth Armor Cavalry at
Fort Knox, Kentucky training to
be a tanker.
The Army has been easy for
me thanks to the Scout training
I received from you while a Boy
Scout in Port St. Joe.
The Scout training arid- our
first eight weeks of basic is' al-
most the same. For, example,
first aid, tent pitching and 'living
In the woods. :
An old Scout,
DENNIS M. WILLIAMS
This letter is Simpson's salary
for the year for his efforts with
the Boy. Scouts.

00 TO CHURCHi SUNDAY


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21 YEARS OF SERVICE' James H. Greer, local Standard Oil service,
Station operator recently completed 21 years ,of service with the
Company here in Port St. Joe. Jimmy opened the station he now
operates in 1938. As .recognition of his "coming of age", the Stan-
dard Oil Company presented 'him with the plaque he. is holding last
week. Pictured, left 'to right, are J. Lamar" Miller, local Standard
Oil Distributor. (also with 21 years service)' Jimmy Greer and H. C.
Williams, Standard Oil Company 'district representative who pre-
,sented the plaque. (Star photo)


.U w'o 'avZtaU u. 'uqa. lUL many
families* had .not paid "their gar-
bage collection fees, therefore de-
nying 'them the garbage collection
services. A city ordinance does re-.
quire that a person take advantage
of the facilities Or haul off their
garbage themselves.. This. ordin
ance- is not "'being complied with,
according to the Commission.
City police were ordered to nUo-
tify residents iln this section .that
the area must be cleaned up or
.the City would take legal action
to see that the cleaning up was
accomplished.
It :ithe discussion of the com-
missioners on this matter was any.
indication, stili penalties will be
,supplied 'to 'mete 'out to the offen-
ders of the City sanitary code.
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High School PTA
Will Meet Tonight
The High School PTA will obh
serve its regular October meeting
date tonight, at 8:00 when it will
meet in the High School Auditor-
ium.
Guest speaker at the meeting
will be George G. Tapper. Tapper
will .speak on the differences be-
.tween Russian and American home
and school life. Tapper has just
recently returned from Russia.


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unitary Facilities In

Close Inspection


Sportsmanship Awards

Given To Robert


Brown and Jake Belin

Managers of the Poi t St Joe
Little Boys' Baseball league this
neek seleered the ipl.iyer to receive
the "Best Sportsman" award from
the two bill leagues. .
Picked from the National League'
was Jacob C. Belin,. Jr. Receiving
,the award in 'the American League
was John Robert Brown.- Belin-is
the -son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Be-
lin and Brown is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. John, Brown.
The boys were selected by the
league -managers for 'their outstand-
ing attitude,. sense of' fSitr play,
regard tor ,others and' splendid ex-
aimple of'young manbood.
'S. R. 'Brown, President of the
league, notified both. boys of .their
selection by letter this week.


"William Tell"

Explained To

Kiwanis Club

The* Kiwanis Club of Port St.
Joe was ,filled' in on 'the purpose
and, operation of the William Tell
operation now under, way, at Tyn--
dall Air Force Base :Tuesday at
their regular meeting. Captain Bob
Lattimer,, who is participating in
the operation, talked 'to the Kiwan-
is Club. .
Lattimner said that the -present
operation 'is being carried by SAC,
the Strategic Air Command. The
operation 'tests a different Air
Force group each year. The Cap-
ta*in .said that SAC was the big-
gest -of the Air Force operations,
receiving 11 of every 15 dollars of
Air Force defense money for their
operations.
"William Tell serves a very def-
inite: -purpose", Captain Lattimer
said, "in -that it tests .the' actual
capability of our defense 'to knock
out any .enemy invader that, may-
threaten our shores".
The operations an international
event, testing air teams fromW'i ll
over thev world. The operation tests
the entire air defense team of ob-
;servers, guidance -systems, .wea-
(Continued On Page 4)


Sharks Take Easy Win Over Leon Jayvees Monday



Sharks Go To Chipley Friday for Conference Tilt


. The Port St. Joe Sharks took a
hard-fought 27-6 victory over Leon
Junior Varsity .of Tallahassee Mon-
,day night in a game 'marked with
fumbles and pass interceptions. The
first half saw the 'Sharks fumble
three 'times and Leon also fumbled
three times. With a very tbefuddel-
ing 12-0 lead 'at halftime the Sharks
finally settled 'down in the third
qu'aqter aind scored three quick
TD',s to put the game on ice.
FIRST QUARTER
St. Joe received the opening kick-
off with Willie Dani-ell driving up
to the 35. On the first play. Munn
completed a 25-yard pass to Mus-
selwhite. The Sharks dovee on down
to .the 20 with Daniell 'and' Bob
Burkett carrying. Munn took the
ball on a keeper-,play and skirted
,around right 'end for a nice 20 yard
scoring run. Willie Daniell ,supplied
the -extra point and the Sharks
went 'ahead 'seven to nothing.


SECOND QUARTER
The .second .quarter, like most of
the first quarter wasa most frustrat-
ing for the Sharks. After three fum-
3bles -and counter fumbles the
Sharks finally 'managed to -sco'e
with 13 seconds remaining in the
first half. The Sharks ,drove down
to the 20 on a nice punt return by'
Bob Burkett. Frank Griffin carried
down to the one and fumbled. Leon
couldn't go and had to 'punt out 'to
the Sharks 35. The Sharks drove
down to 'the .five where Munn toss-
-ed a pass 'to M-usselwhite for the
-score. Munn ran .over ,on. a .fake
.pass for the extra ,point and the
Sharks 'were ahead 14 to 0 at half
time.
THIRD QUARTER
Freddie Bowd'oin, directing -the
team, heaved a 12 yard pass to
David Musselwhite who made a'
beautiful diving catch in the end
zone for 'the score. On the kick-off


Jimmy Redd made a 'smashing tack- 13-6 .victim of the Bulldogs so this
le on the Leon received making him Ishapes up to a be a pretty close
fumble. Willie Daniell scooped up game for. the Sharks. The Sharks.
the loose ball and scooted 35 yards suffered two injuries in the Leon
to score for the final TD. 'game. Bob Munn 'suffered a knee
FOURTH QUARTER injury and Frank Griffin suffered
Leon managed 'to score their only an ankle injury. If these two boys
touchdown on a nice drive down to are unable to play it will be pretty
th'e Shark two where the quarter- rough for !the- Sharks.
back went over for 'the 'score. The THE YARD STICK.
Shark second unit played 'almost St. Joe Tallahassee
all the second half and did a good '13 ........- First Downs ...---------.. 5
job both on defense and offense. 149 --.. Yard's Rushing .------. 47
The,Shark's were fighting the clock 127 .-....... Yards--Passing -..... 8
and 'moved the ball very well from 19 ........ Passes Attempted -- 4
the 50 'to the one on- three play's 7 -. Passes Completed -- 3
when the final whistle blew and 2 ........- Had Intercepted --.' 1
the Sharks -took their third victory 3'.-...... Fumbles Lost ...--- 4
by a 27 to 6 -score. 105 -....... Yards Penalized 25
TO CHIPLEY TOMORROW -.
The Sharks travel to Chipley to- In Hospital
morrow night for -a rough game
with the Chipley Tigers. The Ti- Jesse V. Stone is a patient in the
ger's lost .to Marianna 6 to 0 two Thomasville, Ga., hospital where he
weegs ago and the Sharks were a is undergoing tests.


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GOING UP-WoriLjirn, began r:iiug up with the iSt. Joseph Teletrhone .
and Telegrapfh Companyi's new micro-wave. tower 'here in Port St.
Joe last Monday morning. The tower was completedd the last of
last week. Micro-wave installations will now be placed at the top
:and a control building built at the bottom. The tower will be 100
.feet high and will. carry all long distance toil calls forr the entire
St. Joseph 'system. The tower is located adjacent to the Florida
Bank Building in Port St. Joe. .(Star photo)



Student Committee


Asks for Fill-In On



STAC House Status


Program Failing Due To

Lack of Supervision

The City Commission was ap-
proached by Bob Kerrigan repre-
senting 'the 'Student Committee for
the STAGC House. Kerrigan ques-
tioned the 'Commission as to the
student's status in 'the use of the
City-owned building.
Kerr'ijan -aid that attendance at
the weekly meetings 'by the teen-
agers had fallen off considerably
and he, representing his commit-
tee, was trying to revive that activi-
ty. Kerrigan 'said -that. it was the
opinion of the students 'that they
were being pulled iout of the STAC
House and would like to be assured
by the City as, to their status.
Mayor Shrait informed young
Kerrigan that the 'City had not ta-
ken the attiutde' of trying to force
the children,out of the STAC house
by 'their -assuming ithe operation of
the building. Sharit said 'that two
nights a week 'had been set aside
for their use, Friday and Saturday
nights, and that no person or or-
ganization could infringe upon their,
nights. He said that the operation


Forest Service Gives

Student Demonstration

Forest Service employees Ranger
Milton Strength and I and E Fores-


ter Frank V. Morris of Panama City
presented the first 'of 'a 'series of
forestry 'programs -at the White
City Tower Thursday, October 14,
The -sixth grade classes of Mrs.
Madge Semmes and Mrs. Charles
Gaskin of the Wewa'hiitchka School
were present. Rainy weather did
little to 'dampen the spirits 'of 'the
46 pupil's, who s'aw a demonstration
of fire fighting equipment, took in
a movie and had a picnic lunch.
Naturally the trip 'up the 90 foot
'tower, where Dispatcher Pope ex-
plained the methods of triangula- '
't!on used in locating fires, was th-
biggest thrill.
These program's, started last year
by the Gulf County Fire Control
Unit in'cooperation with the local
Fire Prevention Committee will in-
clude every sixth grader in the
county. The forestry units -plan to
hold -them year after year until
eventually every high 'school stu-
dent will have-had first handd in-
formation of the disastrous 'effects
of forest fire, its prevention and
control. .


of t he building was assumed by the
City due to tle fact 'that-it wasn't
being utilized. Share t said 'that at-
tendance had begun bto fall oft prior
to the City 'making its move and
,that the City didn't .feel it could
assume the responsibility for what
might happen.
Sharit praised the set of rules
-set up by the now-defunct adult
STAC House committee. Upon re-
signa-tion of this committee and
,stagnation of other committees, the
City felt it best 'to take the 'build-
ing "over.
Kerrigan asked about other func-
tions and organizations using the
building and how much jurisdiction
they might have. Sharit informed
Kerrigan that anyone desiring 'to
use the 'building must file their In-
tentions .at 'the City Hall and could
acquire its ,use 'only if the building
schedule was .open. "No one person
or "organization will have prece-
dence over 'another", said Sharit.
"First come will be first, served
with the exception of the stated
Friday and Saturday youth nights"
Sharit concluded.
Sharit urged Kerrigan to meet
with his student committee and as-
certain their desires. "If we can
help you then, we will do so".
Kerrigan told the Commission
,that he understood their problem
and the youth did also. He said
'that he had not been able to find
ocut who 'the members of, the pres-
ent adult committee of the STAC
House were or i .such a committee
even existed. He recognized the
fact that the organization must
have adult sponsors to operate and
solicited the Commissioners help in
getting the situation straightened
out.
The Commission offered their
help in the matter and urged the
youth representative to come 'back
at the next meeting with his com-
mittee's recommendations.

Florida Children's
Association Will Meet

The Florida Association of Chil-
dren Under Six will hold its Fourth
Annual Conference on Oct&ber 30-
31, at the Barcelona Hotel, Miami
Beach. All directors and teachers
of Kindergartens 'and Nursery
Schools, whether members or non-
members, are invited to attend
this important conference. 'the cost
of the Conference will be approxi-
mately $20.00 ,per person, not in-
cluding transportation and meals.


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First Baptist Church Circle Number 4 j
Meets In Home ofMr. H. F. Ayers 4
Circle Four of the WMU of the stewardship chairman; Mrs. J. F. "' .'
First Baptist hurrch met in the Daniell, children's home chairman; .. ...
home pf Mrs. H. F. Ayers Monday Mrs. R. W. Henderson, social -
at 3:00 p.m. with six members and chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Billy R. 'riemng,
three visitors Mrs. 0. E. Martin, A skit 'How Not To Do" WMU 1304McClellan Ave., 'announce the,
WMU president and Mrs. F. T. Gor- duties was given by Mrs. C. E. birh of a son, Jay.Byron oAn Oato-
don and her little daughter, Terry. Martin and Mrs. W. M. Chain fol- ber, 19.
Mrs. Ayers brought the devotional lowed with prayer by Mrs. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Branhok of
Matthew 6 and prayer followed by All nine present enjoyed the so- Highland View announce the bir.thU
Mrs. C. A. McClellan. cial hour that followed. -of a daughter, Debbie Ann, OctO-
During the business session the The next meeting of the circle ber 13.
circle was organized with officers will be hield the third Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Vandei-
appointed as follows: November with Mrs. Mary Lou Tay- ender, 805 Garrison .Avenue ',an-
Mrs. H. F. Ayers, chairman; Mrs. lor. nounce the birth of a baby g'il,
Lonnie Bell, co-chairman; Mrs. W. -Lynda Nell on October '18. *
M. Chbatin, program and flower HIGHLAND VIEW WMU Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Besore of
chairman; Mrs. W. I. Carden, seec- MEETS MON:DY 209 Duval Street announce the
retary, treasurer and publicity The Highland View Baptist WMU birth of a son, Oliver Craig on Oc-
chairman; Mr. C. A. McClellan, met at the church Monday, Octo- tober 19.
nmissionstudy chairman; Mrs. Mary ber 12 with 14 present to hear on, ,Mr. ad Mrs. Oscar Allen Lee,. Jr.,
Lou-Taylor, prayer chairman; 'Mrs. chapter of. the mission book, "By of Apalachicola announce the birth
Grady keels, community mission* All Means", taught by Mrs. Allen of a- son, Oscar Allen, Jr., on Oc-
chairman;. Mrs. L. Z. Henderson, Price. tober 19. Mrs. Lee is the toriter
Judy Carole Poltevnt, of Port St.


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NEWS FROM
H0ignd View
XEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Miss kiry Cox ,who is 'Ci l
dren's Bible Mission work in Brew-
ton, Ala, 'and 'airounddig are. 'is
visiting -her parents, .Mr. and Mrs
Clinton Cox tor a few days.
Friends of Clinton Cox will .be tii
terested in 'knowing he is improving
since entering the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bobin and
children of Marietta, Ga., visited the
Ted Whitlelds over ithe week end.
SMr. and Mrs. Walter Armstrong
and family.visited friends and rela
tires in Graceville during the week
end.
Mc. and Mrs. Steve .Daniels and
children spent Saturday In Carra-
belle visiting with Mrs. Daniels' par-
ents.
Mrs. Ruth Williams and daugh
ters honored their mother and
grandmother, Mrs. T. 'H. Kelly on
her 7Tth birthday with a family din-
ner, with all the ch-4ldren and


(All births-occurred at the. Mu- granacnnaren attenaiii
nicipal Hospltal at Port St. Joe.) Mrs. W. B. Holland,
_____ ___land and Miss Jo Ann
I- .ed friends and relative
Baptist Circle2 didge. Ala., during the
Mrs. H. B. Williams
days this week ln Fort
M et 'y her son and family.
--- Mr. and Mrs. 'W' F. B
WMU Circle Two. of the' First -ed with Mr. and Mrs.
Baptist Churoh met Monday, Octo- :inh '3BAfr over the we
ber 19 with chairman, Mrs. Roy Misa Barbra Bishop
Irwin in her home on Eighth Street. thitobka visited Miss Ha
Mrs. Wesley Ramsey brousbt the Saturday.
devotional and prayer. "The Wills' Mr. and Mrs. Joe I
and Missions of ,the Old Testa-, Tallahassee visited th
menit" was. the 'topic. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Can
After the business of getting cir-ng the week enrood.
gg Mrs. Clifton Brooks
cle officers named was completed, King spent Sunday in
the hostess served refreshments to ohee visiting Bobbie I
the seven members present. Onej .Mr. and Mrs. Glen G
new member, Mrs. J. D. Davis, was a few days with Mr. a
added to the roll. W. Garrett and family.
The November meeting will be: st-atidoed in Fort L
held in the home of Mrs. Joe Brace- Kansas.
well. Mr. and Mrs. Bill I
'1 children spent the wl
lunch Room Menu arrabelle with trlenc
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Port St. Joe Elemenatry S6hool The Junior Girls of
Monday, Octirbr26 United Pentecostal C
Corn .beef 'ash, : 4Slh 10"61 honored with ,a picn
carrot attok&, peanut ~Bittet cook- teacher, Mrs. Chester
ies ,white bread and milk. October 17. Those atte
Tuesday, OcT6be- 27 Geraldine Adams, Ba
Spaghetti and' meat eace, a' I o 1 A.ni VanCamp, Si
'beans, fruit sald, buttered bread Vickie Thomas, Denice
and milk. Hill and Helen Peak,
Wednesday, October 28 erd hamburgers, he
Sloppy Joe, 'buttbar corn, let- to salad, cokoles and'
tuce and tomato salad, 'peach crisp, Cheater Adams was
bans and milk. serving by Mrs. Gordon
Thursaay,-bctober 29 Mis Carolyn Thomas.
Bologna, ,lima beanu, spinach, eel-
ery sticks, :hot bsicultsi.aln jelly. MRS. DuBOSE HONQ
rFriday, October 30 WITH SURPRISE PA
Salmon croquettes, tomato and
oka, potato sticks, onu'ts, white The Intermediate G.
bread and milk. HiliWand. View Baptist
ored Mrs. Belle DuBsom
HIGHLAND VIEW prise party Tuesday. 0
SUNBEAMS MEFT her home on Eighth St
The three Sunbeam bands of the Mrs. DuBIose, who r
Highland View Baptist Church met ,poslion as GA Coum
Monaiay, October' 12 with their di- new WMU president an
rector, Mrs. Olen Roney nd coun- Roberts replaces Mrs.
selors, Mrs. T. 0. Richards, Mrs. counselor.
Edna Bell Caipps and Mrs. Mary- Eleyen girls were ipr
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY,-OCTOBER l 190 Spends Leave Here
Grant Adams sp ent tw weeks
SI I 'leave visiting his parents, Mr. and
Joint IHrthday Party Honors daughters r. H Adms after:completg
his boot training. Grant's new as-
Of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton Last Friday i tgnmet is Seaman Apprentice
Sth he Naval Hospital in San
Diego, California.
Dorothy and' -Kathy Sutton, Beth Hammock, Linda Fletcher, Ju- .
daughters ofMr. and Mrs.,Fred Sut- dith Stone, J lle Buttram,. Holly
"ton celebrated their ninh and seV- Barr, Alise Dowden, Pam Wilson Want Ads G A RPSuTit
Sent 'birthdays last Friday with a and Janie Shealey.
Joint Vpaty.Ag
- Present tor the celebrating Atter enjoying games, ice cream,
were Tiny Fendley, Jo Ann Wilkie, -birthday cake and lemonade were
Beth. Creech, Barbara Buzzett, Jae,served and favors :were waxed U
Freida Joines, .Shelly Ramsey, Jo 1,pumpkins and candy.
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like to take this opportunity to sincerly thank everyone who has
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hat you have shown in them, that they have expanded their present
hlude a spacious display room, where you can browse around and
he many special arrangements for which NEDLEY'S are famous.
eased with what you find and their prices are most reasonable, too.
hope to continue serving this area with the finest products and
cient service for many years to come.
near future, NEDLEY'S will expand their present service to include

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THE STAR
Publihed Every ThuBrday A K 306 WIlliams Avenue, Port St. Joe.
By the Star Publilshing Company
WSLET BR. RAMSE Editor and I
Almso Linotype Operator, Ad 4an, Floor Man, Columnist, Reporter, Pr
and Bookkeeper
ONE YEAR, A3.00 SIX MONTHS a50 THREE MONT
SUBSCRIPTIONS. INVARIABLY rYABLE IN ADVANCE
atered u second-clars matter, December 19, 197, at the Potoffice, I
Florida, undez Act of March I, 1879.
DIAL BAll 7-8161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error 4r omissions in advertisements, tb
do not hold themselv able for damage further thao amount recelT
advertisement.
The spoken word Is given sct attention; the printed word It
weighed. The spoken word barely umrts; the printed word thorough;
The spoken word Ii lost; the printed word remains.


s3B=( 41M, J L n1e", sald Greynolds: "Are you TH dtAft, Port St. Jo6, lorid& TU 5A,6tf6 Efl198
o.Ca.l Secu.i A"CUtis Should Be :reaping. its full benefits? Do- you
I appreciate the privilege of speak- calls for a careful study of God's ware have failed to accomplish."
Checked Every 3 Years, Says Carey gto God without cost? Are you written word", he. said. "Do you' On a previous Sunda Greynolds
V T W l9pasetient inawaiting thne answer? consider God's wishes first when delivered a similar talk atithe King-
"' g bs-- to cc y Afe you thankful for 'he rely?" you pray?" dom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in
o"It's good business to check your Land Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Greynods cited many ,instances of -Greynolds referred to prayer as I Panama City. Both audiences ex-
Pubsher social security 'account at least witnesses. His topic, -"What Can 'proper use :of prayer recorded- In the basis for great miracles. He pressed enthusiastic appreciation
~oot bdr 'once every three years," John v. Prayer Do For You?" was designed tbe Bible. He warned against the spoke of the long hours that Jesus for his -clear explanations and
Carey, district -manager of the Pan- to emphasize the value of prayer se of selfish prayers. Pointing to spent praying to 'his Heavenly Fa- sound 'scriptural guidance by ap-
mr $12750 ama City social security office, said as proof of one's faith in Divine te Lord's Prayer as a model, he ther be-fore performing 'wonderful plause. Greynolds was accompanied
,this week. Universal Sovereign. showed the "importance of recog- works. Secular history mentions by his family and enjoyed a brief
ort St. o, arey pointed out that the re- -"Prayer is one of God's greatest nizing the Divine Will' first "This Jesus as a man .of prayer and mir- visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. .Hall of
sales. He prophesied that "right- DeLand, parents of Mrs. Gerynblds.
cord of earnings kept .by .the Social eous prayers will yet bring to pass
e Security Admi itration forms the on this earth what man's selfish 00 TO CHURCH SUNDAY
d for sh basis on 'which eligibility and bene-

1 convinces error in your social security ac- -__
count," he added, ".might affect the .- Port st. Joe Phone
... .. a i a.J '"AFlorida BAIl 74646


amount of benefits you or your sur-


SyAvus'n uusu Ii ty dv.
Small County Budgets Depend On A Uder he old-age, survivors, and
S n d M i r T | idi&abilty insurance 'system, em-
Continued Majority In The Legislature players in per*odc o port
the Government showing the wages
S' ""paid to ,each employee. Self-employ-
As the time draws nearer and nearer for the people to cast ed people report their own. earn-
their ballot for approval or disapproval of the controversial change ings as a pant of their annual in-
in the-pattern for reapportionment of the state's legislative mem- come tax return. The Social Secur-
bership, more and-more support is being thrown behind -the ity Administration credits these
of the referendum. earnings to the accounts of some
approval of the referendum20 million- social security card
Last week the Gulf County Commission unanimously went holders. When, a worker dies, re-
on record as approving the plan, and even went so far as to ap- tires, or becomes severely disabled,
prove the move by Resolution. the earnings record reflects the
This past weekend the Young Democrat Club caucus in length of employment or 'self-ein-
Tallahassee unanimously approved the plan. One of the strong ployment and the level of earnings
.- on which eligibility and benefit
supporters of the resolution approving ie change in the Constitu- amounts are figured.
tion wording were delegates from Jackson County. If anyone-
should oppose the measure in this area, it should be Jackson "Sometimes," carey, continued,
County, who will lose a Representative under the new plan. I "the earigs arenot property re-
Jacksori County delegates strongly supported the Resolution, how- countumber 'is omitted or wrong
ever, because they felt that the change was the better thing for When this ihaplens, the 'social se-
the State as a whole, and especially for- the small counties. curity bookkeepers -cannot credit
This plan for changing the method of reapportioning a'nd the earnings to the proper account
at the same time asking approval of a -reapportionment plan is until the mater is straightened
definitely good for the smallcounty. While it takes away some. arey concluded by urging em-
of the small county majority in the Legislature, it does not destroy played and self-employed people
thit plurality. alike to check on their -social se-
Small counties have two important things to think about purity earnings account at least


when they go to the polls on November 3. Above all, the small
county citizen MUST go to the polls .and vote.
Item number one is the matter of, the Secondary Road
Fund money. Large counties are striving to have the practice of
allocating certain monies designated as Secondary Road Fund to
the small counties or any county so far as that goes -- for
road building purposes. They would have this money go to the
primary road funds for expenditure by the state on highways.
We would point out here that half of the roads in this county
were built from Secondary Road Funds. The same holds true in
other small counties. The Secondary Road Fund builds the ma-
jority of the roads roads that would never be built if they de-
pended on local financing. The Secondary Road program ran
into rough sledding in the last session of the Legislature, and a
majority must be maintained in the Legislature to retain this
valuable assist to the small county paved road.
Item number two is the race track funds. The larger
counties -- which produce these funds want the funds to go
back to the.county where they are produced. The small county
majority in the Legislature is all that kept them from doing so.
Race track funds are a valuable source of income to every
small county in the state. Gulf County- for instance realizes a
'substantial part of its budget from race track funds. For the
past several years' the $100,000.00 annual Road and Bridge Fund
bill has been paid for entirely with race track funds. Other funds
in the County budget get a share too. The health clinics at Port
St. Joe and .Wewahitchka w6re paid for with these funds. 8he
schools get a big slice of this money. 'So you can see where this
money means a great deal to Gulf and other small counties.
Disapproval of the Constitutional revision November 3 does
not automatically mean that the small counties will lose their
majority. It does mean that the chance of losing this majority
is tremendously greater.
A vote for the November 3 Constitutional revision will give
the small county that much more of a chance to see that they are
not forgotten when Legislature times rolls around.


EE! THREE 1960
FORD PICKUPS
loaded with valuable prizes!-
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Grand prizes: Three 1960 Ford A-wheel drive pickups
loaded down with a 71/2 hp. Scott outboard motor,
McCulloch chain saw, transistor radio, shotgun, fishing
gear, camping equipment, sporting goods, patio furniture
and many more valuable prizes.
Second prizes: 50 McCulloch Chain Saws
Third prizes:
100 Motorola Transistor Radios *.
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once every three years ,to assure
themselves that the record is cor-
rect. The statute of limitations
makes it difficult to correct errors
more than three years-old. Any so-
cial security district office has a
handy postcard form that can be
used 'to -request a statement of
your earnings, The office for this
area is located at 1135 Harrison
Avenue, Panama City. The tele-
phone number is POplar 3-5331.
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Greynolds Preaches

In DeLand
R. W. Greynolds, resident minis-
*ter for Jehovah's Witnesses of
Port St. Joe, .traveled to DeLand
over the week end where he deliv-
ered the sermon Sunday at the De-


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NEW HOPE for victims Polio,' Birth Defects 'and Arutrits is onered
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"21-mointh old paralytis Polio victim, is seen with Florida Governor
LeRoy Col0ins as the' Governor completes action on 'the -proclama-
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COUNTY C

WEWAHITCH
October
"The Board of
.sionersof Gulft
i:his date in reg
0the ,following M
George W. Coope
Hard'en, Sr., A.
Coleman W. Tbh
Sheriff, Attorney
Superintendent a
trol Supervisor w
The meeting
9:00 a.m.
Hon. Silas R.
and Agent .for t
Company and Its
sented an applic
the Board of Co
era to fix .and est
line off the East
sepli's Bay as 'ai
tion 253.122, -said
.plat filed with
consideration, -the
by Comm. Hard
-Gom-m. Strickland
was unanimously
Board of Count
tentatively arppro
skid bulkhead -li
said 'plat, subject
Ing to be held a
1959. at 6:30 p;.
House in Wewa
and subject to-the
Trustees of the
meant Fund of the
"' Mr. C. E. Danie
trot Supervisor,
- nual certified bud
beginning October
detailed work pla
and his amendme
fiscal year endiIf
1959, 'showing ite
fers necessary to
get into 'balance
liw. Atter consider
unanimously appr
and amendments.
The Mosquito C
presented his w`W
Ject A-6, -the eame
'ditch i-. the are
'bores aubdivisio
sion, .the same
aipprOved..
The Sheriff pre
.ty a refund of $11
ing an amount pa
by 'the Board of
sioners for the opi
flce or the fiscal
item.ber .0, 1959,
-pended. The Sher
bhe did not call on
-missioners for th
In his budget foi
amount of $5,000.
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I OF THE- '
COMMISSION

IKA, FLORIDA
S13;'1959
County .0ommis-
ounty, Florida met
ular session :with
members present:
ir, Chairman. E. C.
J. Strickland and
aripe. The Clerk,
r, Enginere, Road
id 'Misquito Con-
vere alsotpresent
came to order at
Stone, 'A4'ttorey'
he St. Joe Paper
subsidiaries, pre-
cation, requesting
unty Commission-
tablish a bulkh'ead
shore of St. Jo-


S- NOTICE OF PUdLTrdhEARIkd--
NtyIOCE IS HE EBY GIVEN that St.'Joe
Paper Company has, pursuant to Section
253.122. Florida Statutes, applied to the
City .Commission of Port St. Joe, Florida,
to fix and establish a btulkhead line in St.-
Josephs Bay offshore the Easterly shore-
line of said St. Joseph's Bay, being and-
lying within the corporate limits of the
City of Port St. Joe, Florida.
After' die consideration, preliminary ap-
proval of said application was granted by
Lme City Commission on October 6, 1959,
and said bulkhead line was tentatively es-


ED WYNN and MILU PERKIKS s Aac, ciy leading zrols in-rot
Century-Fox' ConeaScopc dam THE DIARY OF ANNE- FRANK."
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authorized by See- $15,623.39. The Board order .ha t .the Elec-
line described onr The Board directed to pay the tiolf Inspectioni Boards and the
application. After Griner Funeral Home of Port St. Bailiff be paid $1.00 per 'hour for
Bre was a motion Joe $75.00 for funeral services for -their services.
en, seconded by Robert Pittman. The Board directed the Clerk to
d and, upon vote 'Whereupon, the Board appointed pa, the Municipal Hospital of Port
carried, that the the following Election Inspection St. Joe the following hospital bills
y Commissioners Boards for the Special Electioni to or indigent patients: F. A. Peters
ve and establish e held November 3, 1959, towit: '$44.00. Bertha Lee Miller $57.00.
ne as shown on PRECINCT NO. 1 After discussion with reference
.to a public hear- Clerk: Jeanette Lindsay. Inspec- to a certain resolution adopted by
on November 16, tors: Dolly Weeks, Fern Grinslade this Bo~rd on September 10, 1959,
m. in, ithe Court and Betty Gaskin. with reference to .granting the U.SS.
itchka, Florida, : PRECINCT NO. 2' A. an easement to -pave a road
.e approval rof the Clerk: C. W. Norton, Jr. Inspec- from U. S. 98 to Cape San Blas
Internal Improve-d tors: Tuez Tu"rner, Mrs. 'S. B. there was a -motion by Comm. Har-
lStat of Florida. Brown and Mrs. Carl Dean. den, seconded by Comm. Strickland
', Mosquito Con PRECINCT NO. 8 and duly carried that'a resolution
,presented his anr Clerk: Mrs. Walter Crutchfield, requiring a 100 foot right of way
get for the ieal Inspectors: Thelma Van Horn, across all Government lands on St.
r 1959, with his Pearl Danley and A. L. Snell. Joe Point be adopted.
t on said budgeor the PRECINCT NO. 4 E. T. Pridgeon and -M. P. Tomlin-
nt No. 2 September 30 Clrk: Annie Cook. Inspectors: son appeared before the Board and
mto Sptem etans Annie M. Hardy, Alice Adkins and presented a 'proposed insurance
Shbring sid bud- Mary F. Hanlon. coverage plan -for 'the Courthouse
- b eq iea.id by PRECINCT NO. 5 and jail. After much consideration,
aration, he Board Clerk: Mrs. Ralph Nsnce. Inspec- there was a motion by 'Comm.
roved the budget ltors: Mrs. Oleta Atkin3ou, Mrs. A. Thare, seconded by Comm. Strick-
ve e Rhame and Mrs. Ted Whitfield. land and unanimously carried .that
ontrel Supervisor PRECINCT 'NO. 6 the following plan be put into ef-
k plan forProi CTlerk: Jeanette AntPley. Inpec- feet as of October 14, 1959, to-wit:
being drainage tore: Mrs. Clyde Gentry, Polly Jor- 1. Total insurance coverage for
-a of St. Joseph dan and Mary Smith. Courthouse .and jail and 'contents in
on. After discus- PRECINCT NO. 7 the amount of $225,000.00, with 90%
was unaimousl er Lewis Johnson. Inspect- Co-Insurance Premium for Fire and
ws nami1 io s ors: Mrs. Willie Kay, Virginia extended coverage.
Bsented the 001u- Graves and Did M me 2. 8/9 of .total amount of c0over-t
0,623.39. This be- Clerk: Zola MIadd. 8Insectore: age to be on buildings and 1/9 of
'aid to the Sheriff Call Howell, Add.le Godso o and ottal amount of coverage so.be on
County omi all Howell. Added Goodson contents.
Ceantyi'C oMf 1 Mrs. W. J. Daugh-try. contents'.
rain offending Sepof- PRECINCT NO. 9 3. Insurance rates based on i.98
ythat was not x- Clerk:"Mrs. Durel Brigman. In- 'to rthe buildings and .,299 for the
r that was no t ex -ctors: Mrs. John Dickey, Mary contents, with annual renewals.;,
rif reported thatMcCall and Mrs. Harry McKnight. 4. Policy awards were made to
Sthe County o the following Insurance Agencies:
.e amount set up PRECINCT NO. 10 .a Gulf County Insurance Agency,
r reserves in the Clerk: J. A. Alligood. Inspectors: $50,000.00. b. Frank and Dot's
00. thereby reduc- Ruth Griffin, M.rs. Clyde Wages Agency, $25,000.00. c. Tomlinson
for last year by and Mrs. Joel Lovett. Agency, $75,000.00. d. Pridgeon
Agency, $75,000.00. Total $225,000.
Comm. Cooper presented the fol-
lowing resolution and told the
Board that Hon. Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., request that Board to adopt
paid. resolution and upon motion
of Comm. Harden, seconded by
Comm. Thappep and duly carried,
," ,,, ..w i .. -. the resolution was adopted, to-
,.i .' wit:
*'- ______________ '-RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the Board. of Coun-
ity Conimissioners of Gulf County,
a Florida, is of the opinion that the
40L proposed Constitutional amendment
S_ i to be voted on by the people of
Florida on Npvember 3, 1959, relat-
ing to apportionment of represen-
S"t.'ation in the Legislature of Florida
:. .provides for a more equitable and
Sfair.ler method of ',apportionment
than the,'present Constitution; and
WHEREAS, Such proposed am-
endment provides for our Twenty-
fifth Senatorial District to be com-
posed of Gulf and Calhoun counties
'by removing from our district Bay
and. Washington counties, thus re-
j during the 'size of the district be-
ing represented 'by one Senator
from -an estimated-population of
91,200 to an estimated population
.. .., of 16,700; and '
WHEREAS, Such proposed am-
endment properly groups Gulf and
Lis fhea 'V uW rh ome Calhoun counties together as a
Senatorial District -In view of the
common interests of these counties
both of which were one and the
same county ,prior to 1925; and'
TWHEREAS. This' Board. feels

continuing and complicated prob-
Slem of reapportionment of repre-
ith i5nexpeD 'isive sentation in 'the Legislature;
S NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
_SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
^ COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA:
(1) That this Board does urge
'the people of Gulf County to at-
tend the polls on- November 3, 1959
and vote for the adoption of this
Constitutional Amendment;
(2) That a copy of this resolu-
tion be furnished to each of the
newspapers in Gulf, 'County and a
copy be forwarded 'to 'the Board of
County Commissioners of Calhoun
County, Florida, fortheir consider-
plan now to enjoy automatic heat this ation.
winter? It's easy, with a modern LP-Gas ReAdoptedthis October 13, 1959, in
fueled with Warrengas. Board county Commissioners
Gulf County, Florida
Warrengas, all you do is set your thermo- BY: George W. Cooper
-ven, healthful heat, day or night. No coal Chairman
1, ho ashes to haul. 'ATTEST:
no ashes to haul. George Y. Core, Clerk
(Seal)
feel safe withWarrengas and a modern The Chairman announced that the
furnace. An automatic safety valve shuts Port St. Joe PTA as requested
the County Commissioners to meet
as if the pilot light goes out. with 'them at its nemt meeting to
save money, too. Many users report that The eBoard discussed the gaso-
as actually costs them less than coal. line, oil, 'etc., needs for the County
for lthe coming year. It was decid-
PORed 'that ,bids on gasoline, fuel oil,
ur etc. will be received at the next
meeting, to furnish the County
mers aggi these needs for next year.
that The Board directed the clerk to
rable in 'the contractor that the roof
k leaking 'and request that saame be
There being no further business,
Phone us, or stop in any time. the meeting did then' adjourn..


[ FLA. GAS & FUEL CO. Cirm.an
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA "dvortislis O...a't Cot It PAYS-
..--,. Seed 'he Star To A Fioend


-Commence at-'the-Southeast'comnei of the "' .. -
Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quar-
'ter,' Section 12, Township 8 South, ainge and parallel to the theoretical West line Commission will hold a pul
11 West and extend a line West along of Section 12, Township 8 South, Range the City Hall in Port St.
the South line of the City Limits of 11 West, for 5280.0.feet; then turn 270 8:00 P.M., EST, on Novem
Port St. Joe, Florida, said line being 00' left for 3350.0 feet to a point on the for the purpose of bearing
the South line of Section 12, Township existing bulkhead adjacent to the tank or comments any interested
8 South, Range 11 West for 470.0 feet to farm fuel storage facilities of Southeast have to the establishing o.
a point on the mean high water -line of Terminals in Port St. Joe, Florida. line as requested. .k
St. Josephs Bay; then. continue this line A map with the bulkhead line as above CITY COMMISSIOI
Westerly into St. Joseph's Bay for 117.50 described .delineated thereon, may be exam- PORT ST. JOE, F
feet for a point of beginning. From the e.l by all interested :persons at the office Is/ J. L. SHABIT
above.point of beginning, turn 960 00' -i FlorIda Engineering 'Associates, Inc., 328 Mayor-Commissioner
right from the line last described a.boe IRe.il .'neue, Port St. Joe, Florida, or at ATTEST: '
and extend the bulkhead line Northeriy 'b- Ci t, Hall in Port'St.' Joe, Florida. /s/ R. W. HNIBERSON,
along a line that is 825 feet West of NOTIOE IS -HEREBY GIVEN that the City Clerk


blie hearing at
Joe, Florida, at
mber 10,- 1969,
any .objections
d persona may
f the bulkhead
of
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TO THE NATION-INCLUDING YOU-EVERY YEAR



Featherbedding on the railroads pay for work
not done or not needed --is costing the Amer-

ican people the shocking total of, more than
S$500,000,000 a year.

You ,pay for it every time you shop, because
featherbedding costs are hidden in the price of
everything you buy.

Obsolete union work rules, involving the rail-
road operating employees, are responsible for this
gigantic burden. Right now, for instance, these
rules require every diesel locomotive to carry a
fireman even though diesels have no fires to
stoke, no boilers to tend.

The forthcoming negotiations between the rail-
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the whole nation.

In asking the unions to drop these featherbedding
rules, all the railroads ask for is a fair day's
work for a fair day's pay.




AMERICAN RAILROADS


For 1960-Mercury announces



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on every model!


THIS POPULAR MERCURY MONTEREY,* FOR EXAMPLE, IS

NOW PRICED 13650 LOWER THAN LAST YEAR
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"LOW-PRICE NAME" CARS WITH THE SAME EQUIPMENT.**


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possible for you to -own this truly beautiful
car for practically the same amount of money
you would pay for a car with a low-price name.
And we mean price comparisons using the
.same body style, equipped the same way-with
typical equipment most drivers want (such


as radio, heater, and automatic transmission).
Remember, this exciting, price news applies to
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popular "low-price name" car both with automatc transmis.
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oil filter, power-assisted wipers, wheel covers and electric clock;
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THE ARMY'S FIGHTING TOOLS-The Army's biggest operational'
missile, the famed 200 mile Redstone lunges skyward' from its
launching pad at White Sands Missile Range, N. M., during a re-
cent troop firing. The Redstone, "father of all ballistic missiles"
is more affectionately known as "Old Reliable" and its off-spring-
'the Jupiter-C-is credited with orbiting 'the free world's first earth
satellite. The 'missile will be used as the first manned missile
carrier in "Project Mercury", the NASA man in space program.
An exhibit describing the Redstone and other Army missiles will
be on display at the North Florida Fair, Tallahassee, October
27-31.


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Cocktail Lounge and Restaurant
OVERLOOKING THE GULF
On U. S. 98-5 Miles East of Carrabelle
DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT EVERY NIGHT
SPECIAL PARTIES INVITED
DALPH WOLFRAM AT THE ORGAN NIGHTLY
Dinner Specials, Moderate Prices
and a Friendly Atmosphere
Open Daily From 4 P.M. Closed Sunday
"Ukelele Jim" and "Bee" Your Host and Hostess
Phone Carrabelle MYrtle 7-8825


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Port St. Joe, Fla.


FHONE BAl 7-2221 401 WILLIAMS AVE.


PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS, the United States of
America thirteen years ago joined
with other nations in creating the
United Nations to maintain peace
and to facilitate mutual aid among
nations, and
WHEREAS, new weapons of war
now make the maintenance of
peace still more urgent, and
WHEREAS, many peoples need
the aid of the more fortunate na-
tions, and
WHEREAS, the United Nations
has labored persistently and faith-
fully 'to avert war and promote
mutual assistance ,amon nation,
and
WHEREAS, the General Assem-
bly of the United Nations has re-
solved that October 24, the anni-
versary of the coming into force of
the United Nations Charter, should
be dedicated each year to making
known the aims and accomplish-
ments of the United Nations:
NOW, THEREFORE, I, J. L.
Sharit, by virtue of the authority
vested in me 'as Mayor .of the City
of Port St. Joe, Florida, do hereby
proclaim Saturday, October 24, 1959
as UNITED- NATIONS DAY.
In witness whereof, I have here-
unto set my hand and caused the
Seal of the City .of Port St. Joe to
be affixed.
J. L. SHARIT,
Mayor
(SEAL)


ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, B.D., Vicar
The 22nd Sunday after Trinity,
October 25. 7:30 a.m., Celebration
'of: 'the Holy Eucharist. 0:45 a.m.,
The Church School. 11:00 a.m.,
Morning Prayer and sermon.
(NOTE: At this service we are
most fortunate to have with us
the Rev. George C. Bedel who is
the Rector of St. Andrew's Church,
Panama City and Chairman of the
Stewardship Commission of the
Diocese of Florida. The Rev. Mr.
Bedel will deliver the seinmon. We
hope that -all of our people will
make a point of attending this ser-
vice.) 7:00 ,p.m. The Episcopal
Churchmen.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with ian and is assured of
a warm welcome.


Visitors Here
Captain and Mrs. Jack Watts of
Charleston, S. C., have been visit-
iug with Mr. and Mrs. Richard 9
Porter for the past week.

UO TO CHURCH SUNDA



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S. J. TAYLOR
REPAIR LOANS UP TO m
$2,500.00
36 MONTHS TO PAY
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At the Bus Station

SHRIMP BOXES
CHICKEN BOXES
FISH BOXES
Phone your order in and it
I will be ready when you arrive.
PHONE BAR' 7-5431


PT APTIST CHURCH


Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave.


C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor


SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:15 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) __ 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"


WE
ARE YOUR
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
Your prescriptions will be
promptly filled here In our
sparkling clean, modern phar-
macy. Each prescription Is
double-checked for accuracy.,
In case of any questions, we
call your doctor.
* Drugs: Baby Needs
Cold Remedies

SMITH'S PHARMACY
John Robert Smith, Pharmaceutical Chemist Phone 7-5111



FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship -- 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m,
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.


COPYING SERVICES
Florida Engineering Associates, Inc., has Thermo-
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All documents up to 14x17 inches can be copied in
half a minute! Rates are 8%x11% inches, 50c. All over
that size, 75c each.
Preserve your valuable documents marriage li-
censes, small maps, deeds, etc.

Florida Engineering Associates, Inc.
323 Reid Ave. Phone 7-4991 Port St. Joe, Fla.



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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 7:30 p.m.
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 7*

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished artment. $45.00 per mot1th. Water
cottages. $45 per month. Ander. furnished. Inquire at 1904 Garrisoni
son. Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tic Ave., or call 7-8642. tfc-10-22


How are prescription prices deter.
mined? We have a policy in this
matter which we believe io be ethi-
cal and fair. We do not offer bargains
in prescripuons-there is no cut rate
way to health. Nor do we pretend to
under-sell. Prescription prices sim-
pJy re determined by the cost of
-the ingredients and operating ex-
pense. The- prices we charge are- as
low as good professional service and &
effective drugs will allow. It will be
*a privilege to serve you.


Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida

Advertising Doesn't Cost It PAt .
Send "The Star To A Friend


FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a V apr t-
ments. Cool in summer, warm In
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. WI-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20
FOR RENT: Nice 6-room house
with -bath, hot and cold, water.
Large yard and garden. At Over-
street. See Mrs. Hardy at Over-
street P. 0. tfc-10-1
;FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished a-
partment. 1505 Monument. Pihone
7-5771. U tf-10.8
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom.anturnish-
ed apartment. $35 per month. Wa-
ter included. Inquire at 1904 Garri-
son or call 7-8642. tf-14-8
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
home at St.. Joe Beach. $60 mo.
Phone 7-7521 or see Bill Carver. 2t
FOR. RENT: House at Beacon Hill.
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone
Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unturnish-
ed -upstairs apartment. $35.00 per
month. Water fu trnished. Also 2
bedroom furnished downstairs ap-


FOR SALE:Z 32 toot cabln cruiser.
$2,200. 125 h-p. Chrysler crown
engine, 2 bunks, head and galley,
ship to shore radio, engine and hull
perfect. See' Jack Ham-mock or
Bill Carr. itfec-10-1
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom masonry
house. Hardwood floors, closed
carport, landscaped. 905 Garrison
Ave. 4tc
HOUSE -FOR SALE: 2 bedroom
home at St. Joe Beach .90. ft. off
highway 98. Immediate occupancy.
$250.00 down and $50.00 a month.
Call Johnston PO 3-2831, Pinama
City. 10tp-8-27
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom well built
house. Mexico Beach. Phone
9-1113, W .: Bucklph. tfc-1041


,MEXICO BEACH RENTALS$
1 bedroom furnishe lapts. $40.00'
per month. 2 bedroom -furnished
apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month.
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts.
$50.00 per mouth. -Residential and-
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex tor
sale, good income, terms.
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro.
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta.
Panama City, Fla.


PORt SALE: 38 choice corner lots at Store. Faet4 on St. Joseph -aid
White City. Adjoining canal. See West Florida. Ideal gifts. 2.tp
Braxton Ward or call 7-3316. tfe-
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
FOR SALE: 1959 model 35 bp. out- -with 65 hp motor. Sleeps.two,
board motor, Buckaneer with head. galley,-$1200.00.r See B. Roy
electric starting. Also, 16 foot boat. Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
0. W. Long. 2t
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personal and
FOR SALE: 14 ft. boat, motor and .business with name imprinted.
-trailer. See Gene Martin at St. Assorted 'and religious boxes. See
Joe Beach or call 7-2529. Mrs. Jacquelyn QuarlesI before No-
FOR SALE member 16. dfc-10-15


3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir-
cle. 3. months old. Pay owner's
equity.
4 new homes being built on Bel-
lamy-Circle. FHA financing. To be
completed within next 30 days.
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small
down payment. Small monthly pay-
ments.
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741


FOR SALE: 1% acres land and 3
, lots at White City. Contact phone
no. 7-2575. 2tp
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
apartment building on rear of
lot. 2 bedroom unfurnished apart-
mem. upstairs, 2 bedroom furnished
,apartment downstairs. Contact Rev.
A. G. McKeit-bhen, 1207 Lisenby Ave.
Ph-ha n PO)_.1-19446 Dnsi n P Ii ln


r


SEPTIC TANKS pumpedout. Call. WSI88 V. ROWAN, POST ,-16,
Bufori Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
quick expert service. tfc ing first and third Thursday nights
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE I8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
LOYAL. ER' OF MOOSE
Meetings, at Moose Hall, 310 STATEMENT REQUIRED BY
Fourth St. Meeting night every THE ACT OF, AUGUST 24, 1912,
other Monday. AS' AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF
MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY 2, 1946
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. (Title 39, United States Code, Sec-
0. F.--Meets tirst and third 'tlon 233) SHOWING THE OWN-
Fridays, 7:30 "p.m. in Masonic ERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND
Hall. All members urged to attend. CIRCULATION OF1
Noble Grand: Chris.Martin The Star, published Mweekly at
Secretary:. W. H. Weeks Port St. Joe, Florida for October
1, 1959.
THERE WILL BE a regular com- 1. The.names and qddresses of
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge .the publlaher. editor, managing edi-
No. 111, F&AM every first and tor, and business managers are:
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Wesley. R. Ramsey, Port St. Joe,
Florida. '
2. The owner is: Wesley R. Ram-
ED McFARLAND, W. M. S sy, Port St. Joe, Florida..
ROY L. BURCH, Secretary 3. The known bondholders, mnort-
All Master Masons cordially Invited gagees, and other security holders
-owning 'or holding 1 percent or
R. A. M.-Regular convocation of more of total amount of bonds,
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. mortgages, or other securities are:
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- V S. Smith, Mortgagor, Port St.
ing brothers welcome. Robert L. Joe, Florida.


,Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R.
Malge, Secretary.


IF YOU ARE INTERESTED In
saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. -STOP and
SWAP SHOP.


LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501. ,


4. The average number of copies
of each issue of- this publication
sold or distributed, through the
mails, or otherwise, to f.ald -sub-
scribers during -the 12 months pre-
ceding the date shown above was:
1,248.
tsl WESLEY R. RAMSEY
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 20th day of October. 1959.
RUTH-M. HAMMOND, (SEAL)
Notary Public.
My commission -expires April 17,
19'62.

10B *


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FOR SALE: A very large three run-10n u 3Z-11., Lanaa cit, r,, .
bedroom house with large separ- FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser. Inboard
ate dining room. Plenty of storage motor. Good condition. See John
area. Tile bath, oak floors, num- Smith at Smith Radio and TV.
ber one paneling throughout. Only
$12,750. Financing can be arranged. FOR SALE: -Used television sets.
FOR SALE: A three bedroom home $49.00 'and up. Smith's- Radio and
in Oak Grove situated on 2%, TV.
lots. Can sell completely furnished
for $6800 or unfurnished for $5800. FOR SALE: 1959 Pontiac 4-door
WE ALSO HAVE some listings in hardtop. Demonstrator. Radio,
Port St. Joe and White City -heater. -power steering and brakes.
areas. S3tc-10-8 Regularly $3,650.00. Onlly $2,895.00.
FRANK HANNON Wimberly Pontiac, Phone 7-3411.
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAIl 7-3491 221 Reid Ave. FOR SALE: Vauxhall demoistra--
tor. Perfect condition. Lees than
FOR SALE: "The Great Tide" ap- 10,000 miles. Will sell for $1,295.00.
hearingg in a new addition, can Low down payment, low monthly
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one for children,, ,but -the whole
family will be included at this car-
nival. Ftr. the little 'folk's are-many
gmnes such as the fish .pond, lucky
egg., pony. rides, and .others. For
mom will -be cake walks and lots :of
happy work. For pop- will be nail
driving contests and lots of food.
Don your costunie and your gay-


On Wednesday, October 7, at 1l:u0 p.m. Mrs. Tom Alsobrook en.
tertained with a bridal luncheon honoring Miss Patsy A.nn Hayes, of
'Apalachicola, Who was marred to Lieutepant James Philyaw, on Oc-
tober 17 at Apalachicola.
'-Guests attending wire Mirs. Edward Ryan Hayes of AhpalachJ iola
and Mrs. Bryan Palme-r of Aallahassee, moDher and grandmother of the
bride-elect; Mrs._H. C. Philyaw, mother of 'the groom elect. Apalachicola
guests were Mrs. Elgin Wefing, Mrs. T. J. Hicks, Mrs. Frederick Saw-
yer and. Mrs. Hubert Drennen. Panama City guests, were Mrs. Harry
SRannin and Mrs. Alfred. Holcomb.
Ms. G. F. Lawrence of -this city assisted Mrs. Alsobrook.


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


BOYLES


< -- '=STORE PERSONNEL "
ERLMA M. BOYLES STORE PManager
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 $
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS

A quick thinking salesgirl came up' with a new-one when her
boss demanded: "How come you're sleeping the ob?" .
"Goodness," repl e djhysalesgirl," can't a girl close her eyes for a
minute of prayer?" : -.- -.. ,^
Well, friends, new angles and every day discoveries are parts:
of life that add spice and flavor .,. We think-it especially true
of this game of buying-and selling and we're passing on some new.
angles in Boyles Discovery Days Sale ; .. We hope you'll look it
over closely on this page, under separate heading. We've given ef-
fort, time and thought .. We're offering you the merchandise.
You are the judge and it will dohly be as good as. you make it. See,
we're-entirely dependent on you that's the life of a merchant
Think it over while we move on to a lighter subject
'Friendliness is a 'wobiderful thing and sometimes interesting to
observe as well as participate in. Barbara and I were having 4 cup
of coffee in Campbell's when I noticed six ladies in the next booth.
It was a quiet period in the afternoon and five or six booths were
empty, yet these friends chose to occupy one booth to be close to
each other. They chattered and laughed pleasantly, and even mixed
in some whispering communication. I remember only*the gay, friend-
ly, stimulating atmosphere that pervaded the group I left feeling
better.
A noted psychiatrist had this to say: "If you're worried, upset,
can't sleep and feel insecure, forget it, you're normal! Can you ima-
gine? Maybe the point is not to get upset and worried over being
upset and worried or sumthin like that? ? ?
A postcript on a letter from my mother last week: "Dad and I
are 0. K., having had a pleasant Sunday with only the flesh, satan
and the world to contend with". A grand, gray lady at 83, she is
alert and enthusiastic about life with a simple, home-made philosophy
that is effective and .stiffilating.,Now, my friends, you'll find a
stimulating experience awaiting you at Boyles Discovery Sale start-
ing today. Listen daily, at 8 and 9 a.m. over WJOE for more details.
S8'long RGB





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A Sensational Discovery YOU'l Save During BC

CAR COATS 10% Yes
With Hood A stbal at Cash iSCount opn t

$5.95 All Betty Rose
Sizes 2 to 16 Zipper front, wash- All Moens Suits
able, full quilted lining. See our .
fine selection of, Sweaters and S 6
sportswear for girls all ages. Gir l' Kate Gre
NEW DISCOVERIES EVERY DAY AT BOYLES
Warm, fleece lined men's Men's full cut, san
SWEAT SHIRTS SH ORT
2 for $2.49 Comber Cotton Kni
or UNDERSHI
White or grey or UNDERHI
COLORED SWEAT SHIRTS for 1.
with collar, $1.95
SYou'll discover Thrill Buys In this
S"group of Ladies

DRESSES
2 for $11.00
EARLY BIRD Yes, we surprised ourselves with these
HOPPEGRST 'G outstanding values .. .Sizes for Juniors,
EBESTI-VI G tMisses and Women including half sizes.
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Every Customer Must Be Happy With A Purchase
from Boyles!
You'll discover Wonder Buys in Boyles' Infant's Department
RECEIVING BLANKETS.------2 for $1.00
Spencer Sizes 0 to 3
KNIT PAJAMAS.--.---- 2 for $3.00
Spencer
TRAINING PANTIES -------4 for $1.00
BIRDSEYE DIAPERS ------- Doz. $1.77
You'll discover It pays to shop here
Sunrise Boy
/ Surprse Men and You
i t J .Values At SPO
YLsE BOYESPO
f DISCOVERY .
i- V -h i d/a SALEI BOTH
Phil-Maid
Ch-"Other combinat
aChllis Ensemble $3.95 Sewell coats,,,
Gown and Duster, Pastel floral prints, waltz Combina
length Terrific buys. '
Sans Souci and Phil-Maid
PANTIES and SLIPS LISTEN FOR
For ladies who shop for quality, style and value 8:00 ,

Best Values Discovered at Boyles in
10 Oz. Regular Style Size 4 to 16

DUNGAREES 2 pr. $3.00
BOXER STYLE, Size 1 to 6 $1.00
Men's 9 oz. bar tacked, sanforized.
DUNGAREES $1.98 222 Reid Ave.


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Temper.
men's Sc
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Ghosts andIGoblins ExpectedTo At L
Invade Annual Hallowe'en Parade uner
-." : --" d --Y mo-. : d mc
Ghosts, goblins and witcheshs will e.t carnival spirit ,and join the par First IV
invade, the streets of Port -St. Joe ade which -begins 'at 2:30 from the Wales V
for th.e annual parade preceding old depot. Hurlbut
the Hallowe'en Canrival on Octo- The parade will end at the park to'ber 2
ber 31 where the 'booths 'will open at 3:30 short il
The students and teachers ,of Port where an auction will'be ,'hld'from Mrs.
St. Joe Elementary School' are -5:,00 'to 6:00- p.m. This sale will' be Wales r
working on decorations while room on household articles. V years in
mothers work .on prizes. 'c; tunmes, 'Come join the fun and 'help your fore ret
etc.- Fathers are also getting into PTA raise fund's for your school. She wat
the 'act by constructing the booth MARIAN LAUDER C. J. Hi
this year.'; Secondd Grade During
This holiday has been, primarily member


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.ake Wales
al services were held Mon-
orning, Oictober 5- at the,
methodist Church in Lake
for Mrs. Mabel' Wheeler
, 84, who died Friday, Oc-
'at her residence after a
lness.
Hurlbut was an early Lake
residentt but she lived some
n Bartow and Orlando be-
urning 'to her home in 1946.
s the widow of the late Dr.
irlbut.
g her lifetime she was a
of the First Methodist
the Women's Christian
ance Union .and the Wo-
ociety for :Christian Service.
s born August 25, 1875, in
t .
[ors are two daughters,
. P. Allen" of Bartow and
: A. Hatton of Orlando;
:onS. William E. Huribut ot'


DAY* OCTOBER 22- SENSATIONAL VALUES!


ING NEW AT BOYLES EVERY DAY -


oyles Big Discovery Sale!

10 PERCENT
hese important Items

Coats and Suits
and Sport Coats
enaway Dresses


You'll discover Savings at
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SHOE


SALE
Buy 1 pair at our Regular Cash
Price


'10% DISCOUNT
for other members of the family.
We've recently received hundreds
-of pairs new Casuals and-Flats.
Also dressy styles In Trim Treds.


i IT'S ONLY 54 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TIL CHRISTMAS -
nforiied A coby, warm' discovery Boy's long sleeve
Full size, Rayon-Nylon blend E & W, Woven, sanforized fabrics
t T-SHIRTS BLANKETS ea. $5 SPORT SHIRTS $39
RTS Why pay $1.95 elsewhere?
Regular $5.95 value .. 2V2 inch satin Plaid Sizes 1 to 18
G0 binding ... Beautiful color assortment. Flannel Shirts $1.00 to $1.95


Fine quality for Miss and Mrs.
Orion Sweaters
Slip Overs
$2.89.
Cardigans
$3.89

BANLON
Slipovers -- $3.89
Cardigans -- $4.99
See Alg:ene and Queen Sports-
wear at Boyles Discovery Sale!


les Appreciates Your Business -
ung Men A Big Discovery: Buy at Boyles
RT COAT and SLACKS

FOR ONLY $2500


:ions slightly higher. Choose from guaranteed
app and Sunset slacks.
tion Sport Coat and Slacks for boys
Start at $12.00'


NEWS FROM BOYLES each morning
A.M. and 9:00 A.M. over WJOE


- Discovery Sale Coupon -
It's Boyles for the finest in
JACKETS
SUBURBAN COATS
Plain and Hooded CAR COATS
f- or Men and Boys. Hundreds are buying
on Layaway. Bring this coupon It
entitles you to .
10% Cash Discount
Home-Made Service At B
We've discovered a Big Group Regula

Piece, Go
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Men's E & W
SPORT SHIRTS $1.88
Long sleeves, full cut and sanforized. Small
to Extra Large.
-.,,, _- __ Choicest Tulane
and Van Hetusen
SPORT
SHIRTS
Finest selections
JI n years
$2.95
'i to $4.95

DISCOVERY SALE COUPON .


1 Pair First Quality


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With purchase of $5.00 or more
Buy and Save at Boylesl


Lake Wales, Milea K. HurIlbut of
Port St. Joe ard Chester W. Hurl-
but of Jacksonville, and 'two bro-
ther.s, Dr. W. ,P. 'Weeler o' Osh-
ko-sh,, Wis., 'and Lee A. Wheeler of
Lake Wales.
The Rev. Robert C.:Boggs offici-
a at the funeral1at .10:00 a.m.
Monday. Burial was in lke' Wales
cemetery.

Methodists To Observe
Week of Prayer, Meditation
The Methodist Church of Port
St. Joe invites everyone to join,
them in observing a special week
of prayer and meditation October
25 through 31.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
of next week at 9:15 a.m., special
prayer groups will convene in the
sanctuary ,of the church.
Next Friday from 10:00 to 11:00
a.m. a special quiet day observance
will be held in the sanctuary.
Special emphasis a being. placed
on mission.,. both at home and
abroad. T


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d Cross Starts' Third District Young Democrats Endorse

ome Nursing Reapportionment AtTallahassee Caucus


-Mr. and. Mrs. Emory Stephens of Port St. Jioe announce the
engagement and 'approaching marriage of tei.r daughter, 'Vivian
Loraine to Oscar Moody Bateman, Jr., the 'son of Mr. and Mrs. 0.-
M. Bateman, Sr., pf Bristol.
The T wedding :-will be an event of Ipeoember. 24 at 4:00 .m. at .
-the First Baptist Church -of Port St. 'Joe. .
S No invitations are being sent, but all' friends and, relatives of
:the couple are invited.


Kiwanis Club
(Continued From Page 1)
peons, 'pilots, and aircraft. The op-
eration has needed 'out aircraft
and weapons that 'were not up to
the standards of air defense needs..
The operation simulates actual
combat conditions as near as pos-
sible. Live drone planes are used
/


-that 'travel with the 'speed and
evasive actions of modern jet air-
craft. Captain Lattimer 'said that
the air defense operation has been,
so 'streamlined that it takes only
nine minutes after discovering an
"enemy" on the radar scope till
an aircraft is dispatched .and shoots
down the "invader"
Captain Lattimer said that the
day of the bullet in aircraft inter-


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The American Red Cross Home
Nursing of. 'the- Sick and Injured:
C lass began Monday, October 19,
at the Albert L. Ward Memorial
Health Center building of the Gult
County Health Department. oThe
group studying this course is com-
,prised 'of the,second year students
ir. the Home-Economics Depart-
ment of 'the Port St. Joe High
School. The instructor is Roberta
H. Harden, R. N., the Public-Health:
Nurse in the Port St. Joe area.-
The purpose of tihe course is to
teach preparedness for natural or
enemy-cauised disaster,
The class was welcomed by Pau-
line W. Sowers, Red Cross Home
Nursing Chairman. Mrs. E u I a
Pridgeon, Home Economics teacher
at the Port, St: Joe. High.School
wa. a guest .at the irst' class.
Eighteen students are ,paritidipat-
Ing. .
The program is sponsored by the
American Red. Cross, the local
chapter of the Red Cross and the
Gulf County Health Department.


ceptor has gone. "Present day air-
craft fly faster .than ahe bullet and
make their use .obsolete". Inter-
ceptors depend- entirely on .missiles
-to do their ,work. Most common of
the missiles used is the "Sidewin-
der" which is a heat seeker and
will fly up the tailpipe of a jet.
Captain Lattimer .said that the
"Sidewinder" is so sensitive that a
person can walk along the- flight
line on a day whentemperature Is
less than body -temperature and thew
infra-red noses of the missiles on
parl'ed airplanes will turn. to fol-
low the person .by his body heat.
The drone used in thi' meet is
a Ryan. "Firebee"' jet drone made
specially for this type of operation.
To keep from ruining the drone. on
each' mission, a million candle-
power flare is attached to each I
wing ti'p. The missile hits the flare
knocking the tip of the drone's
wing. a parachute opens letting
the done down gently where it is
recovered, repaired and rd-used.
Captain Lattimer said 'the fighter
pilot of 'today is different from
World War II. Today's pilot takes
the plane off, folds his hands inl
his lap and -he radar olterAtir ob
the ground 'takes over. T.6e iiot
then lands the plane. 'This "4 ne-
cessary ,because .,i et plane moves
too fast for a aumibi n's reflexes to
do what is .necessary to carry out
the plane's job", said Lattimer.
Guests of 'the club were, Key
Olubbers Nelson Hall and Jimmy,
Williams and Tom Walker of Tam-
pa.

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HEALTH




A Service of Your Doctor of MedAcine,
Your Local Medical Society 'and the
Florida Medical Associatipo.
RHEUMATIC FEVER
It is estimated that rheumatic
fever is a factor in 95 per cent
of all deaths from heart disease
in persons under thirty years of
age. The disease usually begins
in childhood arid while the exact
cause is not known, it is. be-
lieved to be related to. strepto-
cocci which enter the body
chiefly through the throat.
Early symptoms include a sore
throat 'and inflamed- joints.
Rheumatic infection, how-
ever, does not follow a standard
pattern either in its mode of
attack or in its. result on the
heart. There are' children and
young adults who have had
what would be regarded as se-
vere attacks of rheumatic fever
with marked joint swelling, pain
and fever, and yet come through
the infection without damage to
the heart. On'the other' hand,
some children.and young. adults
may have only mild symptoms
of the disease and yet are left
with a crippling heart condition.
One of the ways in which the
heart may be damaged by rheu-
matic fever occurs when the
disease-causing 'organisms lo-
cate on the edges of the heart
valves. In some instances, the
individual recovers 'from an at-
tack of heart-valve infection,
but with the valve deformed.
This often causes mechanical
difficulties in the flow of blood
through the heart and the heart
must work harder to pump the
visual amount of blood. Com-
plete bed rest, perhaps for a
ong time, is the basic treatment
.or rheumatic fever. Recently,,
some of the newer drugs have
been helpful.
There is a high percentage of
recurrence of rheumatic fever
and that is why it is so impor-
tant to have early diagnosis and
great care. Every case of sore
throat and respiratory illness in -
children should be promptly
treated, for -oe: never- knows.
when these symptoms may be a.
forerunner of rheumatic fever.


.ALLAHASSEE--The Third Con-
gressional District Young Democra-


tic blubs Sunday adopted 'a resolu-
"tidid endorsing the .pr-pclsed 4*
senator, 103-representative reap-
'portlioament :of the Legislature.
Meeting in caucus in Tallahassee,
the group unanimously adopted the
resolution which was introduced by
Rep. Don Fuqua of Calhoun
County.
The Young Democrats also adopt-
ed a resolution calling upon all
Democratic office holders to "recog-
nize 'their obligations to the Demo-
cratic party and -lend their support
and cooperation 'to the; Young Dem-
ocratic organizations and the Dem-
ocratic party in general."
At a luncheon meeting, Leon Cir-


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cult Judge W. May Walker criti-
cized the "concentration of .power"
in the federal government today.
He 'said 'the -U. S. Constitution
was founded on the 'basis of central
government with limited powers.
But he said, "I am alarmed about
the ever-increasing powers f the
federal government."
Judge Walker said, "If we are to
keep ourselves strong, we must use
every effort for the restoration of
the _ovreIign rights of the states."
And, he added,- it would hot be in.
the nature of a rebellion but "a de-
fense of 'the organic law of the
Constitution."
Representing the- Gulf Club at
the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. King, R. H. Ellzey and. Wesley
R. Ramsey.


Rotary District Governor E. Robert

Langley Pays Visit To Local Club

otary Distri Governor B.Rob Langley used as his ,theme,
..oenr... ."Grow Taller In Rtary". He urged
ert Langley of Jacksonville visit- n Rotary" He

ed the local Rotary Club last Thurs- the club to carry out-the theme of
day. The visit was to receive re- Rotary,_not only in their club but
ports from the -local club on its iV their private lives as well. 'Ser-
ear's activities. The reports were vice Above Self is a good motto for
presented at a meeting last Wed- any ne-to h o", tl Langley
nesd.y night at the Box "R" Raneh Langley ended his 'talk by quot-
near Apalachicola. The tDistrict ong his personal philosphy, "The
governor wa honored wih .a b- poorest .man In -the world. is the
Governor waa honored with a bar- M .
Sman who'has only money".
becue dinner and the reports were ma h es nly money .
Guests of the: Club Thursday
presented in a business session fol- ts of h. 1 hursday
owig dier. were Jim Smith, Jim Lowry, Jim
Asbell and J. K. Lacey all of Pan-
Thursday. the District Governor ama tCity; C. J. Buttram of Cotton-
gave an address to .the club at their dale and Joe Emannuel and Dave
regular dinner meeting. Turner of' Pensacola.


.he District Governor- told the
club- that Rotary was growing
steadily after 54 years of existence.
Langley told how Paul Harris, a
lonely lawyer of Chicago had insti-
gated the club 54 years ago.
Langley said that his many pur-
pose of visiting each of 'the clubs
in his district was to ascertain how
-each club was carrying out its pur-
pose of .service. "Each club has its
own pet projects", said the Gover-
nor, "and each niew project is pre-
sented to. Rtary International for
suggestions to other clubs .for pub-
lic service.
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