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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: November 5, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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MONEY TALKS--Let's k e
it where we can speak with It
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merehaints i
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chaffahoochee Valley"
.. NOVEM E .,


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


cORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


Sharks Lose In

"Mudder" To

Bilountstown


STATE


VOTES


DOWN


AMENDMENT


By WILL I. RAMSEY PTA HALLOWE'EN
--.The Sharks slipped and slid to
a 6-0 loss at the hands of a' big
Blountstown team last Friday
night. The big team from Blounts-
town, which outweighed the scrap- ..
py Sharks 15 pounds per man, were
.unimpressive as the injury riddled I '7 '* ',
Sharks, led by the rugged interior
linemen, ld Bobbitt, Terry Porter, -
Jimmy Redd, Pat -O'Brian and
Courtney Martin, -along with some
fine linebacking by Sophomore
Ohesley Fensom, were ..unable to
move the ball and were only' able
-to score after capitalizing on a .
blocked Shark ,punt. deep- in St. Joe
territory, The Sharks kept their
back to the wall most of the first
half due to sOme fine punting by
Blountstown's Earl Montgomery,
but were .able to keep the Tigers Third, place winners, Deborah, Jo
pretty well in check with some Mr. a d Mrs. Jack Mahon. They d
good quick kicking by Shark Drew her' Court. Their prize was a $8.7!
Hall. The Sharks, who are mainly Florida Bank at Port St. Joe. First
a passing team, just couldn't get -ter -of Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Parker,
going in the wet, muddy conditions
-that prevailed.
FIRST QUARTER "
In a 'mud-spattered first quarter
.that featured kicking by both sides, .. :.
neither team could get much of-
tense going. St. Joe's Drew Hall
,pulled off some nice quick-kicking
School PTA Carnival counted up a
,that kept -the big Tiger team pret- ft ro th e upe
ty well at bay. Blountstown also net profit of $680.00 froml the event
held last Saturday here in Port St.
got.off some nice ,punting that kept Joe. .
the Sharks deep in -their own terri- oe' I onI I er
tory and unable to maneuver. This was considered to be a very
;tory and unable to maneuver. ....
good return from this annual fund
SECOND QUARTER raising device of the PTA.
Alountstowi scored early in 'the
second period o-a 12yard r. by The Carnival is the only source
second period on. a 12-yard run by of fund raising used by the organi-
halfback Johnny Nichols. S hark und raising used by he rgn-
Drew Hall bad a quick-kiclb block- action, other than m bership
'ed on the St. Joe 13-yard line and dues.
it took the ;big Tigers two plays A large turn-out of cusutmed chil-
to hit -pay dirt. The .extra point dren added to t h evening: by Iturn-
failed and Blounitstown went ahead the
t-11. The Sharks got a little offense .lg out forl big parade andthe
.going in this .period but fambles, judging of costumes which follow-
caused by a wet and slippery ball, ed. Winning first prize of a $25.00
kept both sides -from capitalizing sa1vn es account, donated by Citi-
on their opportunities. zen.s Federal Savings and Loan As-
THIRD and FOURTH PERIODS sociation was Joy Parker. Second
-.In the third quarter the Sharks prize of a $10.00 saving account, do-
were able .to -move the ball to the nated by the Florida Bank at Port
Blountstown 25-yard line. At this St. Joe was won by Julie and Deb-
point, the Sharks tried four straight ra Buttram. Third prize of $8.75
- pass plays', but could not click and savings account donated .by the
had to give 'up the ball. The Shark.s Florida Bank at Port St. Joe was
recovered a couple of Blountstown won by Debra, John and Alex Ma-
iumbles in the last period, but the hon. ..
wet' playing conditions kept the .Profits made by the various
Sharks passing attack stymied and were as follows: -,
the game ended with the Tigers Fishpond, $39.75; Balloons and
leading the Sharks 6-0. The Sharks Darts, $20.12; Drinks and Popcorn,
record now stands at three wins $75.15; Hot Dogs, $30.22; Lucky
and four losses. ggs, $19.06; Homiemade Candy,
Tomorrow nght the Sharks tra. $13.00; Snowballs, $36.09; Coffee
-vel to Bonifay to take on a lightly and Siced 'Cake, $13.60; Hambur-
regarded Bonlfay team. Bonifay has gers, $59.26. Nailing the Log,
been in the football doldrums for $13.40; Cake Walk, $127.30; Milk
the -past several years and. though Bottle Throw, $27.95; Bean Bag
they seem to, bestronger this year Throw, $4.35; Bowling *Alley,
than previously, the Sharks should $26.60 Hats on Dolls, $22.00; Bal-
have little trouble getting back in- lon $26.60; Hats on, $26.45; Dolly 22.00Ride,Ba
to the win column. The game will $15.10 Auction, $61.05; Car Ride,
start at 8:30 p.m. Port St. Joe -time. $14.30 and Bingo, $43.55.
THE YARDSTICK
St. Joe ; ; Blounttown
5 __- First Downs 4
35 _.--Yards Rushing -- 99
49 _- Yards Passing .---..T-- 6 -
84 -. Total yards -- 105
19 Pass Attempts 2 George G. Tapper spoke to the
6 Pass Completions 1 Port St. Joe Rotary Club at their
1 F mbles Lost 4 regular meeting. last Thursday on
40 Yards Penalized 26 events ,of his recent trip to.Russia.
Tapper spoke on the differences
amof all phases of Russian life from
St. JamesWomen -that in the U. S., touching lightly
P.l H est on each phase.
Plan Harvest 'Diner Tapper recommended that-the U.
S. "Keep its powder dry" as his
The Women of St. James' Epis- opinion -of. the meaning of what he
copal Church- will .again present saw in Russia. "While Russia is
their annual Thanksgiving Dinner talking peace, her undercover -ac-
and Bazaar at the Parish House on tions -demand ,that we .be ready to
Wednesday evneing,' November 18. counter-act any attack until their
The bazaar will open at 5:30 -and deeds prove that they mean what
dinner will be served from 6 until they. say with words".
8. Prices continue this year at $1.50 -Tapper said that the Russians
for adults and ,$1.00 for .children. are a proud people. "While we
Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. would consider that they have noth-
Tom Coldewey, or at the door. In ing to be proud of, an understand-
charge of preparing the dinner are ing of their past existence would
.Mjs.4:Nick- Conifoirter, Mrs. Otto show that they have come a long
Anderson and Mrs. W. ID. Dare. way", Tapper said. The Russians
Seving will be Mrs. Tom Moon 'and are 'lagging far behind the U. S. in
Mrs. Charles Wall. consumer goods and raising the
The miscellaneous 'booth is un- standard 'of living of their people,
der the supervision of Mrs H. R. but their scientific projects are
Maige -and Mrs. Silas R. Stone. In surging ahead at break-neck speed.
it will be found home baked goods, The people .of Russia are des-
white elephants, hand made articles perately poor. They have no place
and other special novelties. to live. Housing is unbelievably be-
The Episoopal Young Churchmen, hind the demands. The people in
under the direction of Mrs. Ray- the cities meet unbelievable hard-
mond Lawrence, will 'sell home- ships. Food is scarce to them and
made candy. whole families live in a sihngl room.


>hn and Alex Mahon, children of
depicted 'the Queen of Hearts and
5 savings account donated by -the
t place winner, Joy Parker, daugh-
Jr., dressed to display a witches'


head on a table. She received ,a $:
Citizens Federal Savings arid Loan
Julie Buttram, children of Mr. and
pumpkins. They received a '$10.00
Florida Bank at Port. St. Joe.


ral Clears $61




City Buys Warehouse


The' City 'Commission in regular lating interstate peddlers w'ho e-
session Tuesday night agreed to sire .to operate in the City.
,purchase the Gulf Hardware and Heretofore the City has operated
Supply Company warehouse and ad- under an ordinance setting -a 11-
:joining property for use as City cense fee on peddlers. The ordin-
warehouse and equipment shelter. ance .has been attacked by the,
The purchase I. being made from Olan-Mills picture company as be-
the present owners;,the Bt W. Eells ing unconstitutional for inter-state
family, 'the R, H. Bellows family operators,, such as they are; The
and J. W. Smnth of Panama City. picture company contended that
The purchase price,.is '2S.u,.IJiJ their company's statLe license cov-
The City ConiuLJisi-.jn plans' to ered them in all cities in the state.
park all City equipment such as The City theu drew up and last
garbage- trucks, drag line, tractor night passed a regulation ordin-
and other equipment in this vicinity dance requiring a $75.00 fee from
removing these vehicles from the inter-state companies for investiga-
down-town City Hall -area. tion purposes. The fee is payable
The Commission had. the pro- annually 'and will serve to regulate
perty valuated from several dif- -peddlers -of magazines, pictures,;
ferent sources, all valuations being short goods, and various other ped-
as much as or moro than the pur- dl'ers from outside -the city who
chase price. v i-h to do business here.
The purchase includ.edzthe build- ----
ing and property measuring 190 by CERTIFICATES PAST.DUE
It was brought to the attentloa
IN GOOD coNDITION of the Commission Tuesday night
that several lein certificates were


' Mayor J. L. 'Sharit made the ob-
servation that it 'appeared the city
of Port St. Joe would be in good
financial condition for the year
,960.-While the City would have
no money for "frills" .he expressed
the opinion that 'an ample supply
-of money would be available to
,meet the City's needs.

PEDDLER ORDINANCE
The City Commission passed a
regulatory ordinance Tuesday regu-


past due and holders of the lein.s
were' registering complaints,
The leins were issued on proper-
ty last years on paving street and
sewer work in various parts of the
city. The leins were repayable in
10 annual installments. The first
installment was due in January
and many of the payments have
,not been made. *-
T. he holders of the leins are get-
ting anxious for the payments and
the -"City agreed to take steps to


ilks of Russian Trip


Those on collective farms fare a
little better. While their housing
is .sometimes little -better than
chicken coops, they have plenty 'to
eat.
Tapper 'said 'that 'the quality of
consumer goods is poor and ex-
pensive. The best goods do not ev-
en compare with the poorest of
American -grades, .and prices 'are
in most -cases -even higher than
American custom made products.
The Russian spends all his money
on these goods because he knows
the State will provide his needs.
Rent and utilities 'are -practically
free. Everything is -owned by the
state from -the shoe-shine boy to
the large department store. All pro-
fits, and they are huge, -go to the,
state. While -the quality of consu-
mer goods is poor, the quality of
'scientific materials is excellent.
The people point with pride to
their achievements such as sub-
ways, hotels, etc. All hotels look
alike. They are very ornate on -the
outside and falling apart on the
inside, according to Tapper. The
subways are excellent, being far
n4gergr.ound, air-conditioned, well-
lighted ,and .having large storage
areas. "The -subways are excellent
atom bomb shelters", -said Tapper.
Tapper -said that 60 percent of
the motorized vehicles in Russia


ai e trucks. The majority of these
are of the 6 .by 6 -type -used by the
U. S. in World War II. The U. S.
shipped Russia the tools to make
these trucks during the war and
Russia is apparentlyy still using
them.
Tapper said he visited a family
-that would be considered well-to-
do in the U. S., by the position he
holds. The. ,family lived in one 12
by 14 room and shared bath and
kitchen facilities with six other
families.- The man -considered his
position. good and was hopeful of
better things -to come.
Education is regimented in Rus-
sia. The children get their educa-
tion regardless of whether -they


25.00 savings account donated by
- Association. (Right) Debra and'
Mrs. Wayne Buttram, dressed as
savings account donated by the.
(Star photos) .








Property


collect the payments.

SSTAC HOUSE COMMITTEE
Otis Pyle, new chairman of- the

High School PTA STAC House
committee "appeared before the
Commission -and presented the
names of his committee to .erve
for the coming year.
The committee cousist- of fyl
as chairman and Mrs. Burt Hamp-
ton, Mrs. Joe Stevens and Mrs. Sid
Brown. Mrs. W. T. Mosely is trea-
surer for the group.
Pyle thanked .the 'City for the fa-
cilities provided the youth recrea-
tion program and solicited their co-
operation for the coming year.
Mayor Sharit congratulated Pyle
on his good committee and assur-
red the committee .that 'the City
would cooperate In their program
in any way possible.

Lions Plan Big
Show for Tuesday


The S-t. Joe Lions Club held its
first meeting of 'the month Tuesday
,at noon at the City Restaurant.
Special guests of the club were
Lions District Governor; Marvion
Collins -of Tallahassee and George
G. Tapper of Port St. Joe. :-
Lion Collins gave a .brief disoas-
sion on "Lions At Work" throu.hli
the United States and foreign. coun-
tries during their 47 years as a civ-
ic club..
Mr. Tapper, of Tapper Conatru
tion Co., gave a short talk on
recent visit to Russia. He discuss,,
educational, recreation, labor ,ai
housing as compared -to those in
the United States.
A -board of -directors meeting was
,held last night at -the -City Restau-
rant.
Final plans were made -for the
Radio-TV show to be held Tuesday,
November 10 -at the Elementary
School Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Ad-
mission will be 50c for children and
$1.00 for adults.
Also -up for discussion was plans
for ladies -night -to be held Saturday
November 15 at Van Horn's Restau-
rant on -the beach.

Mrs. Carlie Pitts
Dies At Kinard


want it or not. The children -are Funeral services were held yes-
started to school -at three years of terday afternoon at 10:30 from -the
age. The go-.f-rnm.-nt, decides how Clarkesville Baptist Church for
long a pu;iil .gets formal education Mrs. Carlie Pitts, age 63, who died
what university he goes to and at her home in Kinard following a
what -his vocation will be. The pu- lingering illness.
pils get eight hours -of schooling a Interment was in the family plot
day. In 'the Clarkesville Cemetery.
Tapper ,said religion is vanishing She is survived by a daughter,
in Russia. While the Russians per- Mrs. Arthur Hand of Clarkesville;
mit the church 'to operate .they are three sons, David of Blountstown
strangling it .through education of 'and Lloyd and Mitchell, both of
,the youth. The children are trained Port St. Joe; -six brothers, three
in the .schools that the church is sisters and 11 grandchildren'.
not .needed. That Its .message is Comforter Funeral Home of Port
all "dream stuff". "Consider the St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
(Continued on Page 4) ,. ents.


Hearing On Bulkhead

Set For Tuesday

A hearing will be held in the
Council Chambers of the City
Hall on hte establishment of a
bulkhead line in St. Joseph's Bay
adjoinirng the Port St. Joe shore-
line.
The hearing will be held at
8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November
10..All interested parties were in-
vited by legal notice last month
to attend the hearing.
The proposed bulkhead will be
asked for to extend about 1,500
feet out into St. Joseph's Bay.
The bulkhead is being sought
by the St. Joe Paper Company
and its affiliates.

Proclamation

STATE OF FLORIDA
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT-
TALLAHASSEE,
WHEREAS, the -schools. of
Florida, open to every child, -are
'the very lifeblood of tree gov-
ernment and the cornerstoue on-
which we build for the future,
and.
WHEREAS, sound education
is essential to the continuing
progress and d.eveiop.ment of
our state and the prosperity of
-our people, and
WHEREAS, true faith in .edu-
.cation -must b.j- hhoxwu by work
on its behalf in every commun-
ity;. -
NOW, THEREFORE, I, LeRoy
.Col.nA, by virtue of 'the author-
ity vested in me as' Governor of
the State of Florida, fdo.tereby'
-proclaim November S-*4i, l',59,
-as
American Educatlou .Week
in-'Florida; and do urge; all citi-
zens and organizations to ac-
quaint- themselves with 'the
achievements and -problems of
their own schools, and to encour-
age their neighbors to 'do. like-
wise, toward the .end that teh
schools will receive the support
and. -cooperation they require.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF,. I
have hereiunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
State ,of Florida to 'be affixed at
Tjrll'ah --eE:the Capital, this 2nd,
day of October, A. D. 1959.
LEROY COLLINS,
Governor
ATTEST: -
R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State,


County


Approves


Machines

The State of Florida turned down
the Reapportionment Amendment
to the Constitution, but Gulf Coun-,
ty voted by an overwhelming ma-
jority for the Amendment. GuMl
cast 710 votes for the change and
75 votes .against. Less than one
third of Gulf's registered voters
cast their ballots.
Other counties in this area voted
in favor of the measure with the ex-
ception of Escambia County: which
defeated the measure by 114 voteS
and early returns had Holmes
County turning thumbs down on
the proposed amendment.
Franklin County passed the- mea-
sure by a one vote margin. They
cast 701 votes in favor, of and 700
votes ,against the Amendment.
. One. of the lightest votes in small
counties was recorded in Washing-
ton County where 303 votes were
cast for the measure with 175 cast
against. Washington has 6,200 regis-1
tered voters.
Over ithe state the measure Uf1l-
-ed by a majority of 20,000 votes.
VOTING MACHINES
Theiiquestion of whether or-not
tUe citizens of Gulf County favored
the purchase of-Yvoting machines
on the Gulf County ballot received
a 10 v.ote-majority. for .th 4 a-,
chlnes. 367 votes wete cast for th'i
machines-and 357 agalUst.
'ort St. Joe voted against the
,voting machines voting 166 to 157
against the machines. Wewahitch-
k-a favored the ,purchased votinig
128 to 81 for their purchase. The
only other areas favoring the pur-
chase were Highland Voew which
xoted 42 to 22 in favor and Kenney's
Mill which voted 16 to 11 in aroir.
The only ,precincts favoring the
machines *that' would be large
-enough to receive the -use of one
was Wewahitchka.. The Highland
View precinct is right on the verge
of being large'enough to require
a machine should they be purchas-

A breakdown of the vote by pre-
cincts will be found in the table ad-
joining this story.


How Gulf County Voted

PRECINCT NUMBERS .....---- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
FOR the Amendment --..-......... 140 87 20 19 58 51 -29 39 208 59
AGAINST the Amendment 8 1 4 3 13 6 0. 14 24 6
FOR Voting Machines .......----81 47 10 3 42 11 16 18 103 36
AGAINST Voting Machines 53 28 12 19 22 46 11 30 109 27


Is Attend State FTA Convention










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OFF TO CONVENTION-Members of the Port St. Joe High School
Future Teachers Association are ,pictured' just before they left for -
the State FTA Convention held,in Day-tona Beach last week end.
-Pictured above are Mrs. Margaret Biggs, sponsor of the group,
Barbara Bell, Ruth Vickery, Sue Durant' and Mercedes Sheppard.
Transportation was furnished by Floyd Chevrolet Company.


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Episcopal Women Elect New Officer

Slate At November Meeting


' At the November meeting of the discretionary fund.
Women of St.: James Episcopal l It was announced that St. Mar-
Church officers were elected who garet's Guild, under the leadership
will be installed and -take charge of Mrs. Otto Anderson, would be
early in 1960. To serve as president responsible for the arrangements
Mrs. Bru:ce Weeks; vice president. for the covered dish dinner which'
Mrs Toni Owens; secretary, Mrs. will preceed the ,annual Parish
Toni Moon and treasurer, Mrs. Meeting November 11. At this time
Nick Conforter. B. C.Harrison, Assistant Vice Pres-
Final plans were made for the ident -of the Lewis State Bank of
Hai vest Dinter and Bazaar to be Tallahassee, and a member of the
held November 18. Among other Stewardship Commission of the
last minute details it was decided Diocese of Florida, will be the
-that the only meals to 'be sent out speaker.
from the dinner were those going The meeting was opened and
to the -mill. closed with appropriate prayers led
Announcement was .made of the by Mrs. Tom Owens, the outgoing
District meeting to- be held at president.
Trinity Church, Apalachicola, oni
November 19, and all were urged GRAHAM TAPE TONIGHT
to attend. AT HIGH SCHOOL
Mrs. Otto 'Anderson, Chairman. of The morning devotional commit-
Christian Social Relations, was di- tee of the Port St. Joe High School
reacted to again .procure gifts to ,be is presenting a tape recording .by
sent to Mr. Morley, Priest of St. Billy Graham tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Marks; Chattahoochee, to be ,used in .the library of the Port St. Joe
In ,the State Tnstitution in that city. High School.
It wasalso voted to send him .mon- The public is invited to be pres-
ey, in addition, to be -used in (his ent.


Today Only -

LOUIS J. MATTHEWS

Will present Storrs-Schaefer's traveling Display
of new fabrics for custom clothes Designed by
VILARDO







MEN &BOY'S WEAR
;"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"
410 1eid Ave. Phone BAll 7-8171


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Hall Merchant Engagement
-Mr. and Mrs. Harrison F Hail of Port St. Joe announce the
engagement o .their daughter, Fra.nces Ann to Wi lis in Richard
MNercbarit, son of John Proctor Merch:.nt of Sylacauga, Alabama
and the lat- Mrs. Merchant.
-Miss Hall' .graduated from Port St. Joe High School and at-
'tended) Florida State Uui-rsit;:-. Slie i. presently u'pl,,ed ,with,
*the St. Joseph Telephone iand Te-le''iph Company.
Mr. Merchant graduated 'from Sylacauga High Schoolr and at-
,tended Alabama Polytechnic Tn-tI;tut-' wThre -he received' his de-
gree. He is employed with .the Michigan Chemical Corporation.
S A November wedding .is planned.. .

Visit In Alabama
iMr. and Mrs. Phillip Chatham
laud daulhtr. Cindy visited over
ttl i re- k i'-,d in Ja.ckion. Alabama
lwith br. Chatharn's parents.
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St. Joseph Altar.

Society To Meet
The regular meeting of the St.
Joseph Altar Society of the St.
. Joseph's CGatholic Church will meet
(in the church annex tonight at 8:00


IH^H ---- H GIRLS AUXILIARY MEETS pm.
GICL AUXILIARY M EEY All members are uged to be
AT CHURCH MONDAY present.
Mr. 'and Mrs. James E&ard Ber- The Junior Girl's Auxiliary .of. .
the Long' Avenue. Baptist. Church
ry, Sr., of 314 Duival' Street an- he Avenue Baptist Church
I met Monday afternoon, at the
nounce the birth of a daughter, Su-, jr .,: witheight presentdvertising doesn't cot-it PAY11
san Que on October 30 at the Port A '.ery interesting program, about
St. Joe Municipal Hospital. Korea was presented. Go TO CHURCH SUNDAy


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1960


* .


School Elects

Citizens of Month
The Citizen of the Month, spon-
sored b~y the Port St. JAe High
School' Student Council was elected
Wednesday of this week,, To be
able to become a Citizen of the
Month, the faculty must nominate
the student as a candidate. There
aree three candidates each from
Senior and Junior High. The stu-
dent body then votes for one of
the 'three candidates. -.
Senior High candidates for Citi-
zen of the Month were: Frank Grif-
fin, LaRue Tillman anid Wayne
Miller.
Junior High candidates for Citi-
zen .of -the Month were: Elizabeth
Hammond, Phylis Smith and Larry
Parker.
Elected were Frank Griffin from
Senior High and Larry Parker from
Junior High.

Rummage Sale
Needs Merchandise
Mrs. .T. D. Hutchins, chairman of
.bhe Hospital Auxiliary Rummage
Sale pick-up committee reports
that 'the organization Js desperate-
ly in need of merchandise-espec-
ially children's clothing.
Anyone having these or other ar-
ticles they would be willing to do-
nate to the Rummaige Sale are urg-
ed to contact Mrs. Hubert Richards,
M rs. Bill Whaley or Mrs. Leo Shea-


PE Vital Part of

Student Training
The reasons -for physical educa-
tioni in the schools are here outlin-
ed by M. P. Huie alid Carey Floore
physical education teachers at the
Port St. Joe Elementary School.
Physical education is ah impor-
taut phase of -the normal, whole-
some life of ,the child. It contrti--
utes to emotional, intellectual and
social growth as well as to physi-
cs 1 development, and js a means of
promoting the development of
wholesome attitudes. Physical edu-
cation is concerned with helping
individuals to live fully and com-
pletely.
The objectives are: a love of
sports, acquired by active partici-
*ua tion -and. specialization in 'that
wvbich the individual can do -best.
Sc c ond, understanding and appreci-
ation of .the technique of all sports
wlth special emphasis placed par-
ticularly on 'those sports which
have definite carry over 'values.
Third, to promote better ,health ha- .
bits and without healthy bodies the
child cannot successfully perform
his class room duties. Fourth. high
ideals of sporstmanship, leadership
and fellowship.

Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, -November 9
Liver and brownn gravy, rice,
mustard greens, white bread an.-,
banana pudding and milk.
Tuesday, November 10
Meat ball supreme, white acre
'peas, carrot sticks,: coconut cook-
ies, white bread and milk.
Wednesday, November 11
SHamburgers, buttered corn, 'to-
mato, onions and dill slices, peach-
es and milk.
Thursday, November 12
Stew beef, rice, English ppas,
apple pie, wheat .bread and milk.
Friday, November 13
Cheese. toast, macaroni salad, 'to-
matoes and okra, white bread, pea-
nut butter candy and milk.
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togE orTA tJ St. Joe, PFlorda 'TH1URSDAY, NOVEMBER5, 195


Florida Congress of P-TAto Hold36thlt


Annual Convention in Jacksonville

Over i thousand, delegates will quarters will -be the George.Wash-
gather at Jacksonville, November: ington Hotel. .
17-19 for the 36th annual conven-' rs Carleton W.' Johnson, Tam-
tion of the Florida Congress of Par- pa, president of the Florida Con-
ents and Teachers. T'leme of the gress will preside at ,all the gen.
convention is "Our 'PTA Objects- eral meetingsr and Mrs. Clifford N.
Foundation for Buildihg" and head- Jenkiins, Roslyn Heights, New York


, 1'


(Although this is addressed to Chevrolet owners, we'd be glad' to have you read it, no matter what make you
now own or plan to buy. It might well be as .interesting and significant to you as to-the Chevrolet owner.)


TO THE MORE THAN 16 MILLION PEOPLE

WHO OWN,CHEVROLETS.


The first and the latest-the 1912 and the 1960 Chevrolet. The progress represented here is the result of contin-
uing efforts to make your new Chevrolet always more beautiful, more useful and more valuable in every respect.


You belong -to the largest family of
owners in'the automotive world.
We hope you're proud of that. It
must give you great satisfaction to
know that your judgment in choosing
Chevrolet has been confirmed by so
many other people.
SWe know that we can hold your
preference and your loyalty only by
meeting our responsibilities to you
fully and completely from the day
you buy your Chevrolet to the day
you trade it in. And so we'd like to
talk with you about our responsi-
bilities as we see them, and what
we are doing to meet them.
Our first responsibility, we think,
is clear: To design and build products
that satisfy your needs and your
wants to the highest possible degree.
To that end, we have done these
"things for 1960: -.
Made the 1960 Chevrolet more eco-


nomical, roomier, more quiet and com-
fortable, easier to handle and maneuver.
Introduced the compact and revolu-
tionary Corvair. Produced a new line
of Cl'vrol'lt: rucliks wi't, unprecedented
adi'vaces in efficai ,I,, cargo handling,
drivEr comforl and abitty to get a job
'done.
But it isn't enough to design and
build the kinds of products you want.
They must be built right. Solidly.
Carefully.
Let us assure you of this: Chev-
rolet's fine reputation as a solid, well-
built,'dependable product is being safe-
guarded by-more checks and inspections
and tests, than ever before.
Along with your Chevrolet dealer,
we .want you to have available the
finest and most complete service
facilities. That is why we: Conduct
training schools for Chevrolet dealer
mechanics. Study and recommend im-


proved service equipment and tech-
niques. Maintain the industry's most
complete parts warehouse systent.
Finally, neither Chevrolet nor your
Chevrolet dealer has any intention
of forgetting you after you buy. To
help keep you happy with your Chev-
rolet, we have established a depart-
ment new to us, and so far as we
know, new to the automobile indus-
try. This is the Chevrolet Department
of Owner Relations, whose only job is
the coordination of Chevrolet and Chev-
rolet dealer activities so that you enjoy
utmost satisfaction during your entire
period of ownership. Through this
department, and through all the
other extraordinary steps we are
taking, Chevrolet and your Chev-
rolet dealer hope to keep you a happy
member of the Chevrolet owner
family.


A Special Message from Chevrolet and Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer




FLOYD CHEVROLET Co.


FHONE BAll 7-2221 401 WILLIAMS AVE.


Port St. Jo*, Fla.


403 Monument Avenue


first vice president oT the National r esident from Region I ot the Na- Highlight of Tuesday night's -op- week by Field Director Thomas W.
Congress of Parents and Teachers tional Congress. lening session will be an address by McWhirter of the Census Bureau's
will representz.othe national organ- Noa re e re-. I Reverend Paul Wagner, minister of regional office in Atlanta ..
Ization and bring a message from Oer Natio nal.' Congress rprthe Palma eia Methodlst Church, Persons interested in these jobs
,the National Cbngress at the open- sentatives will be Mrs. W. L. Mus- Tampa, entitled "Our Children"., should notify Jack J. Harrell at
ing session Tuesday evening. sett, Miami, immediate past pres Panels will. be featured. In Wed- Bristol, who is serving as crew
Mrs. Jenkins is well known in dent of ,the Florida Congress and. nesay's program .with. the subject leader for this area. The crew lea-
Snow national-vice president of Re. of the morning session being ider can be reached at the follow-
Ne York for her -wor in the gn I, also Dr. J. Broward Oul- "Home-School Relations" with Dr. I ing telephone number: 2351.
cause, of American education and Pepper, TallahalsseefCbairman of Culpepper as Moderator. The ,panel
she was president of -the New York the Committee on Cooperation ,.'heduled for the evening session ,Applicants for census taking jobs
State Congress of Parents -and with Colleges, National.Congrefs tf, is entitled "Home Life" with Dr. must be citizens of the United
Teachers before becoming chair- Parents and Teachers and Mrs. Douglas Brown, Professor of Mar- States, have a high school educa-
man of Legislation of the National Walter H. Vinzant, Indianapplis, triage and Family Living, Florida tion or furnish evidence of compar-
Cohgress,- holding that (position for parliamentarian f the National '.State University *as coordinator. able. experience, be in good .physical
six years. She has also been vice Congress. Thursday morning's session will health and of excellent character,
.. highlight a ;symposium .on "Our and be at least 18 years of age.
Laws" with Mrs. Musset as Moder- They must have sufficient finan-
Sator. Mrs.Mr Musset in, addition. to cial resources to sustain themselves
her ,position a.s vice president 'of for approximately four or five
Rgeton III of the National Congress
is also Legislation Chairman of the ""
Florida Congress. Port St. Joe
Important items of -business on, Florida
,the agenda include adoption of .an
SAction Platform for the 'coming
< year and election of a. first vice
president, ,second .,vice, president,
secretary and treasurer. Presenta- Hrs. 9 t
'i .tion of Life Memberiships and, var-
ious state committee report, are
other items on the agenda which f
> engender much interest among the
On Thursday afternoon delegates
will have an opportunity ,to attend
discussion groups based on subjects SAFETY OF
covered in the convent on program. YOUR SAVINGS
Titles for these .group discussions
are "Promote Welfare"; "Raise
"step out" on washday-do I S.tandards"; "Secure Laws"; **Unit-
ed Efforts" and Homne-Sebool Co-
9 or enjoy coffee with the operation". 000.
s easy with a dependableA high point of -the convention
's Dryer. Simply select the will.be an address by the Honor- '
nd temperature you prefer, able Thomas D. Bailey, State Sup-
rk is over. Just load 'em eintendent of Public Instruction CITIZENS FEDERAL solicit
em-electricity dries your entitled "H ig h'est Advantages" Savings Earnings rate 4% p
aem-elentricly drie your which will-be delivered at the an- paid in cash June 0th
:tly, rain or shine. For a A3nual banquet, Thursday night. Available wh
ashday, you save hours of At the close of the banquet the
ery week. newly .elected officers will be in- If you cannot come in person
stalled by Mrs. Jenkins. Check, Money Order or Cas
Savings AC
ryer Festival time, so stop
the special values being COUnty. Censu You will be pleased wih t
is hand
)ur appliance dealer. Buy eeded
your clothes the depend- Takers Needed SAVINGS received by t
Earn from the 1st
ovay !
HsI Applications for employment as '' d
census takers for the 1959 Census ii
of Agriculture in Calhoun, Gultf, Li-,
.. berty, Gadsden and Franklin Coun.- and Loan 95001
.ties will be accepted beginning No-
.. member 2, it was announced last


INSURANCE



Is An Exacting Science, Too!


Let's take an example. Do you know
that YOU can be SUEDI Someone may
have an accident on property you own
That someone can sue you, his claim can
WIPE .YOU OUT .. unless you're pro-
perly insured


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Port St. Joe, Florida


f PER ANNUM-
Earnings rate on savings

SAFE

CONVENIENT
its your Savings Account,
per annum, compounded or
and December 31st.
hen needed.
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he 10th of any month
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weeks from the date of aSpoint-
mint until they receive their sal-
aiy check. Applicant s with veteran
preference, who meet all require-
ments will be given priority over
non-veteran.
Farm census job applicants must
be licensed to operate and must
provide a privately-owned automo-
bile in good condition. Census: tak-
ers will be paid seven cents a mile
for official travel.



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By Thte rPubflIlehI .,om peni
WESE 1. RAMSEY Editor
I' Me L LuiKe operator, Ad Man, lor Man, Columnist. Repo
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ONE LAn. 0 ". SIX MONTHS 1.50 THREE
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DIAL BAU 7-3161
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Sr I he spoken word barely asserts; the printed word th
'rb, pi cen word Is lost; the printed word remains.


Social Security Information Ed

Programs Scheduled Over Cha

Lack -of information and relying- self-employed, mu
.on incorrect information appear to charity .taxes duri
So-be -the important reasons that ,peo- years and yet, if
ple fail to realize the full benefit stand that report
;'of the Social Security system, John accurately, claims
V. Carey,~District Manager of the be filed, etc., the
Panama City fSocial Security Office, full benefits.
'sa.d this week. People, salaried or Television -Stat


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nel 7, Painama City, In cooperatino. ', .JINUTES OF THE
with the local district office, will r COUNTY COMMIION
" begin .a Hollywood series, of public COUN C
*ervice programs on Monday, No- WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
member 2, at 6:45 p.m., Carey said. The. OCTOBER 27,1959
S o em .th The Board -of County Commis-
t Joe, Flor There are six programs in this sionersof .Gulf County, Florida met
ies and' they should do much to 'this date in regular session with the
and PubLoher help people understand the various following members present: E. C.
rter. Proof Reader provisions ,of social security. These Harden, -Sr., A. J. Strickland 'and
Coleman Tharpe. The Clerk, Sher-
programs are by Hollywood actors ff, Attorney, Engineer' and Road
E MONTHS $127.50 and actresses and touch on Mte re- Superintendent were also present.
VANCE tirement test, the importance of a, The meeting came to 'order at
office, Port St. Joe, social security card, the rights Of 6: 00 p.m.', e -
,the needtofileapplica- The Clerk presented the County'
Survivors, Cthe need oflealica- commissioners annual financial 're-
,tion and similar matter&. port for the fiscal year. ending Sep-
te, the pubr This special public service ser- temb'er -30, 1959. The sine was ex-
ies of programs will afford an op- amined and ordered approved.
ord I thoughtfully portunity for you to ee and ear that he Cnty road between n Ode-
oroughly convinces. Othate b e
~orough o-h. 0ow social security works, Carey na, in Gulf Counyt and Thirteen-
concluded. We believe that you Mile in Franklin County 'ought o
will ibe entertained by these pro- be surveyed and the right of way
gasucationllanobtained; Ithat the traffic -on this
grams and hope that you will learn road will warrant future paving;
-w. 'more about the "social security sys- that Franklin County has recogniZ-
n n ',tem. Of course, it questions are ed 'this fact and has requested the
innel raised in your mind, you shuold con- State Road Department to survey
atoe your local social security of- the part of the road that is within
a your oca scialecuty o- F~Franklin. County. After considera-
st -pay social Pe- fice or full information. -Remem- tion, the following resolution was
ust hay socia n- ber, Hollywood presents Social Se- offered by Com. Strickland, second-
hng eir worn' nder- i action on. TV station ed by Coim. Tharpe and unanimus-
ts mu, mader WJDM, Channel 7, Panama City, ly carried, to-wit:
ts must be made RESOLUTION
s for benefits must on' Mondays at 6:45 p.m. The of- BE IT RESOLVED by 'the Board
y will not obtain e or this area nei l ted at 1135 of County Commissioner.s of Gulf
y will not obtain Harrson Avenue, Panama City. The County, Florida, 'that the State
telephone number is POplar 3-5331. Road Department of -Florida, be,
ion WJDM, Chan- It and is hereby: requested to ,survey
and 'establish a center line and
right of way requirements from a
point at Odena in Gulf County to
f ,nv AThLrteen-Mile In Franklin County,
lap 'and 'that bporlton of the cost in Gulf
County) be charged 'to the Gulf
,t* County Secondary Road Fumnds.
| C t BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that the prLgtli of way. follow,. as
near as practical, the existing road
between these two ,points.


Thomas E. Wood

At Ft. Jackson
FORT ,JACKSON, S. C.-Pvt.
Thomas E. Wood, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G..D. Wood of Port St. Joe has
been assigned to Company C, 3 pat-
talion, 1 Training Regiment at
Fort Jackson, S. C., -for eight weeks
of basic combat training.
'Upon arrvial at : Fort Jackson,
he was issued clothing and given
a complete physical examination
and a comprehensive battery of
aptitude tests.
As part of his basic .training he
will be taught rifle marksmanship
under the Army's new TRAINFIRE
program. In TRAINFIRE, he will
learn -to use an M-1 rifle by firing
at ppup targets onterrain whtlch
duplicatess combat areas..'


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FALCON, the New- size Ford, is
America's lowest-priced 6-passenger car*

The Falcon is priced up to $72 less than Up to 3Q mpg. The Falcon's outstanding gas
its rear-engine competitor ... as much as economy was proven when a fleet of Falcons
$124 less than other American-built, so-- traveled every mile of numbered Federal high.
called compact 6-passenger cars. And the way in Economy Run, U.S.A. Another savings:
new Ford Falcon is the easiest car in the The Falcon goes up to 4000 miles between
world to own. Just look at these Falcon changes.
superiorities: 'Front-mounted engine. For stability and han-
dling ease; the Falcon's six-cylinder engine is
Beauty and economy! The Falcon has the mounted up front. And there is plenty of free
clean lines and the uncluttered good looks of 'hat fiom the Falcon's fresh-air, hot-water heat-
the glamorous 60 Fords. Diamond Lustre ing system, with no sacrifice of gas mileage in
Finish never needs waxing. Galvanized struc- cold-weather driving.
tural members resist rust and corrosion. Bolt-on
front fenders cost less, replace easily. New luxury interiors. You'll find the same
front fenders cost less, replace easily quality materials and taste in design as in the
Seats six passengers with all their luggage e. big new Fords. Door panels are fully uphol-
The Falcon easily seats six big adults in bui'L- stered. Front seat cushions are generously foam-
for-people comfort. There's no floor-mounted padded. Thick roof insulation guards against
gear shift to interfere with center front-seat heat and noise.
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The New-size 1960 FORD
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Port St. Joe, Florida'


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THE STAR,. Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1959
that 'this resolution take effect up-
on its adoption and delivery by the
Board of-County Commissioners of DOROTHY HUTCHINSON !Washington High School.
Franklin County, Florida to the AT GRADWOHL SCHOOL i -- :
State Road Department. a similar Miss Dorohty Jean Hutchinson,
resolution for that portion' of the .. '1 Bt-n
road within Franklin County. daughter of Mrs. Annie Marie Har-
Com. Tharpe discussed the gar- ris 296 Kenney's Mill, is attending
bage" daunps located in Highland."
View and told of the people living the Gradwohl School .of Laboratory
in this area being very uneasy and Technique in St. Louis, Missouri.
disturbed about the unsanitary con- .After completing the one year
dition created there; that the Cou- training course at the Gradwohl
'ty 'garbage pit is -not causing so
much trouble, 'but the St. Joe Pa- School, Miss Hutchinson will serve
per Co. trash disposal area is the a six months' internship in a hos-
trouble spot, due to the fact .that' pital laboratory and- will then, be
garbage and dead animals are qualified medical laboratory tech- f -7
strown all over that area. After S is a 1959 g P 74 1
lengthy discussion, the Chairman nician. She la a 1959 graduate of
instructed the Engineer to meet
with the St. Joe Paper Company
officials to see if something can be ATT NTIN
worked out to correct this problem. ATTENTION STUDENTS
There being o further business Grades 7-12 -- It's football time again and
to come before the Board, it did
then adjourn. Time again for the Original
ATTEST: _
Geo. Y. Core Geo. W. Cooper
Clerk Chairman


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nutritious milk with every meal. You never out-
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BORDEN DAIRY PRODUCTS
Phone NEwton 94383 (Collect) Wewahltchka, Fla.


Macaroni Time Is Here Again


Photo Courtesy of the National Macaron Instilute
Macaroni Week comes along in the. fall as a happy reminder
to include delicious macaroni, egg noodle and spaghetti dishes
in your menus. Everybody loves them, and macaroni products
love almost every other food you can think of. Make it maca-
roni and" this fall, and to launch the. celebration, here's a
favorite spaghetti with beqf sauce from the National Macaroni
Institute.
SAVORY BEEF SAUCE WITH SPAGHETTI
(Makes 4-6 servings)
X tablespoons butter Wr. cup water
margarine V/ teaspoon salt
1 pound ground beef chuck Dash celery salt
Scup chopped onions Dash freshly ground pepper
I 4-ounce can sliced 1 tablespoon salt
mushrooms
I 10V-ounce can condensed 3 quarts boiling water
tomato soup 8 ounces spaghetti
Melt butter or margarine over medium heat. Add beef and
brown well. Add onions and cook until tender. Add mushrooms,
soup, water, % teaspoon salt, celery salt and pepper. Mix well
and cook over low heat 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, add 1 tablespoon salt to rapidly boiling water.
Gradually add spaghetti so that. water continues to boil. Cook
uncovered, stirring occasionally, Mtil tender. Drain im colander
Serve sauce over spaghetti. .


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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 7380 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 7:45 P.M.
"Come and Worship God With Us"



You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

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

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


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Fax equipment available to general public.'
All documents up to 14x17 inches can be copied in
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship -. 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.




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WIGGLY.
SUPERB FLAVOR DELICIOUSLY TENDER THAT'S RATH'S BLACK
HAWK BEEF AT YOUR PIGGLY WIGGLY.


RATH'S BLACKHAWK

BACU


ARMOUR'S ROLL
SIRLOIN


39c
3 CANS
39c


$1


ECONOMY
OLEO


BALLARD or PILLSBURY
BISCUITS


P- RIGGLY WIGGLY'S FREEZER PLAN -
ONLY RATH BLACKHAWK BEEF -- CUT, WRAPPED and LABELED
PRE-FROZEN
HALF OR WHOLE BEEF --------lb. 55c
HIND QUARTER ONLY-- I-lb. 65c
FRONT QUARTER ONLY -------b. 45c


2 LBS.
29c
CAN
100


FRESH GROUND

BEEF
SLAB SLICED
BACON


LB. RATHS BLACKHAWK
89c SAUSAGE


3 LBS.


39c


RATH BLACKHAWK

PORK c 8PS


FIRST CUT, LB.


CENTER CUT, LB.

69c


white roe, 2
red roe


Live Royally AM Our Expense Save Your
S & H Green Stamps Register Full Books
At the Piggly Wiggly Someone in the Port
St. Joe Shopping Area Will Be the Lucky
Recipient of This Fabulous All Expense Paid
Vacation to Nassau.


INDIAN PASS IN GLASS,
0 Y STS


lbs. 25c
lb. 25c
FULL PINT
79c


Delivered On Our Truck To Insure Freshness


FRESH
CORN


EAR
5c


RATH BLACKHlAWK PORK LOINS .


Ib.57c


WHOLE PIG -------------.......... lb. 29c
SMOKED BACON ----------- Ib. 39c
FROZEN VEGETABLES ------doz. $2.19
Mustard, Spinach, Collards, Turnips doz. $1.69
FORDHOOK or BABY LIMAS doz. $2.49
FROZEN ASPARAGUS ------- doz.$4.05


FRESH RIPE
TOMA TOAS'
GA. RED SWEET

GOLDEN RIPE
BANAN A '


19c


771
2~


lOc


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THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, November 5,6 and 7- THREE TERRIFIC DAYS!
"KRAFTY" the KLOWN WILL BE HERE IN PERSON FREE KRAFT CARAMELS!
DURING THE THREE-DAY KRAFT KARNIVAL BE SURE and BRING THE KIDDIES!
THIS WEEK END WE JOIN WITH KRAFT FOODS TO BRING YOU A FANTASTIC THREE-DAY CARNIVAL. CHECK EVERY ITEM ON THIS
PAGE ADVERTISEMENT -- YOU'LL FIND IT PACKED WITH TYPICAL IGA FOODLINER VALUES. AND REMEMBER YOU GET ALL
THESE PLUS VALUES AT W & W IGA FOODLINER IN PORT ST. JOE!


GRAPE JE L LY
AFT'S 20 Oz. 29c
Jar H C


Fast Checkouts by Experienced Employees
Plenty of Free Parking Space
Wide Aisles So You Can Shop Most Easily
Clean Throughout With Lots of Light
Huge Displays of Name-Brand Values
An Attitude That Says A Real "Welcome"


A JUMBO VALUE AT THIS LOW PRICE

SU GAR 10- 89c

ANOTHER KARNIVAL SAVINGS FOR YOU!

ICED MILK 39c


Quart 4f
Bottle -w

MUSTARD
KRAFT'S 9.
6 Oz. Jar


--- FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES --


FANCY GOLDEN RIPE

BANANAS
NEW CROP FLORIDA

ORANGES
FANCY RED

GRAPES


LB.

10c


DOZEN

25c


LB.

15c


COLOSSAL VALUES FROM YOUR IG A
CUT FROM TABLE RITE BEEF LB.


FOODLINER MEAT DEPARTMENT


ROUND STEAK 79c Mullet


TABLE RITE SLICED
BACON
LE .,39c
LEAN MEATY FRESH


BONELESS NEW YORK
STEA K S


TABLE RITE STANDING
RUMP ROAST
MADE FRESH SOLD FRESH
GROUND BEEF


SPARE RI BS 39c Oysters 7gc


TRUE MAYONNAISE AT ITS FINEST!
KRAFT'S KITCHEN FRESH


'onnaise


KRAFT,
Mayonnaise
, e7dA


BISCUITS*
BALLARD'S or Cans l9 c
PILLSBURY 4 9c


KRAFT'S AMERICAN or PIMENTO
SLICED CHEESE Pg. 33c


TABLE RITE
CHEESE SPREAD


16 Oz.
Jar


2 lbsa 619
Lost


%o Cream v
Cheese that's voo
made and \\ d'
GUARANTEED \
FRESH by KRAFT g
PHILADELPHIA
BRAND
CRE4 A CHEESE
2 .. 29c


--- MORE KRAFT VALUES AT IGA ---
KRAFT DAIRY FRESH


KRAFT CASINO or
FRENCH DRESSING 'Jo33c
KRAFT
ITALIAN DRESSING J.35c
KRAFT'S MIRACLE -- 6 STICK PKG.


Margarine


29c


d CARAMELS
I A--.- ft


1 LB.
PKG.


39c


6 PACK ONLY 25c
MARSHMELLOWS


JET PUFFS
10 O 23cA
Pkq. 23c


COCON


10 Oz.
Pkg.


IUT
29c


MINIATURE
Pkg0. 19c


R


ALUE S


LB.

10c


Ib. 98c
Ib. 79c


3 Ibs. $S149


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INDIAN PASS FRESH


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Visiting with Harry T,. Vaughn,
president of the United States Su-
gar 'tCorporation -- in Clewiston I
learned that every indication points
to the biggest .sugar harvest this
Season which opened recently when
the big mill began grinding the new
: rop.
During the summer the mill has
been completely renovated and .put
in tip-top aha'pe, new steam tur-
n lines have been installed, replacing
th -e old type steam engines, increas-
ing the efficiency of the plant.
The huge mill operates on a
round the clock 24 hour basis from
the opening ,of The season to Its
< lose and this season will Ibe. the
longest grinding season in the com-
ipany's history. It began October 19
and will continue through May 25.
Vauglhn has kept in close contact
wth the Cuban sugar situation and
I was interested in his reactions.
The outlook for Cuban sugar pro-
duction is pretty dark at this time.
The future there is so uncertain


CITY CAB

Day and Night
Service


From the top of the lush sweep-
ing collar to the double-
breasted fully Milium lined
open coat ... to the well fitted
full-length sleeves to the
m a t'h i n g 100% Wool slim
skir ,. to the Dur-Lan
short sleeve sweater perfectly
matched. All sweeping,
flowing, so easy to wear lines.
AlL in color choices, bound 'to
please you.
Sizes 7-15, 8-16
Style 710 .


COSTING'S


Phone 7-2001


FOR EXPERT

Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
IT'S

WALL ELECTRIC
COMPANY
DIAL BAll 7-4331
I


Announcing the new low prices for

all 1960 Mercury Country Cruisers

now only $50 more than wagons with "low-price names"*


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida

TOO LATE TO
CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY


from 'Cuba and turn 'around and sell
it on .the world market making a
profit 'of over a million dollars, a
.large part of it coming out of the
.pockets of American taxpayers.
American.- sugar producers are
still not permitted to 'sell' Ameri-
can sugar in ,competition with Cu
ba and are limited -by quotas,'which
often leave producers. with large.
quantities of raw sugar for which
they must provide costly .torage)
and common sense demands that
with the breakdown, of the Cuban
sugar industry and the inability of
other offshore areas to meet their
allowed quotas, that American ,pro-
ducers be permitted to sell their
sugar and expand operations.-
The Clewiston Inn which has
earned the reputation of being *the
finest small hotel in the South, is
renovating the old South ,wing.
Rooms are being enlarged to pro-
vide suites 'and completely refur-
nished. I always .enjoy a visit ito the
Inn because of its homelike atmos-
phere and splendid facilities.: You
will find no better food. anywhere;
than ,that' provided by the Inn..
The town -of Clewiston .continues
to show steady growth with new
homes and business structures in
evidence. Bill Johnson still opqer-
ates his famed fishing camp and
fishing has been 'good this summer
in spite 'of the rains.
While th eLake Okeechobee area
has had( plenty of water to intendd
with like most othe rsections of the
state this year, the sugars'crop has
not been hurt and I never sas the
area looking better than it loes
today.
Each year the number of visitors
to the Sugar House increases and
it hasi become an 'outstanding tour.
ist 'attraction.,Tours are conducted
throughout the grinding season
With, guides to 'take parties through
the mill and ,explain its operations.


Automatic


Meter printed

Invoices


William Pearce, manager of the I
chamber, said a tentative schedule
of ,events includes:
Friday: Registration, a boat trip
on the Apalachicola River. b4 the
Blountstown Bpat Club and an eve-
ning entertainment program by the
Blountatown Lions Club.
Saturday: Continuel registration
and a general' welcoming program,
parade, barbeque .it noon, a recep-
Lion in the afternoon, a ipageaint de-
picti.ng 20-year periods from 1830
to the present, and a folk dance.
Sunday: To be free o' .planned en-
tertainment so "old ,friends car, get


James" Gems..
by JAMES STAFFORD


MY.LASTLJISH JAS1'OGO 1O

City Restaurant
At the Bus Station

SHRIMP BOXES
CHICKEN BOXES
FISH BOXES
Phone your order In and it
will be-ready when you arrive.
PHONE BAll 7-5431


Use your

Gulf Credit

Card


SMEN &BOY'SWEAR
'Outfitters for Dads and Ladc"
410 Reid Ave. r Phone BAll 7-8171


FUEL OIL


DIAl BAIl 7-4971


H. G. Kembro & Son

Highland View Service Station


GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
jtt 'V


M Beautiful.new lower-priced 1960 Mercury Colony Pa
The Commuter, for example, is priced $88 lower than last year.*
It now costs only $1.60 mo :e a month** than station wagons
with "low-price names." And look at all you get:
(~ HANDSOME HARDTOP STYLING. One 'side pillar replaces
three. UNIQUE ROAD-TUNED WHEELS. Greatest ride ad-
vance in a generation. @ RETRACTABLE REAR WINDOW. No
liftgate, easier loading. @ MOST USABLE CARGO SPACE.
Over 101 cu. ft. FRONT-FACING -3rd SEAT. Optional on all
models.. Self-storing. No sitting backwards.
--We invite you to cheek the facts and figures today.
*Based on manufacturer's retail delivered price for 1960 Mercury Country Cruiser Commuter, shown at
left, v. top 1960 models of "low-price name" wagons. Includes Federal excise tax and suggested
de*er prepWtion and handling charges. *. Based on 30 months.
MERCURY DIVISION


EVERY MODEL
NOW AT NEW
LOW PRICES_


rk and Commuter Country Cruiseis


... ..


See It now
at Quality
Headquarters-
your Mercury
Dearer

ISral y


1960 MERCURY


McOULLOOH'S ,

MAC 35A

Chain Saw,
*Torture-tested for r
dependability onl/
High-speed gear-drive only
Greater lugging power than$ $OO00
an/y other saw its size .
Takes bars up to 32" $0.00 a week
S Takes 15" plunge bow
attachment High Trad e- I nS
Cuts within one inch of
ground

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Performance of America's

Only Nationwide Stamp Plan
Now, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING has added its
seal of approval to that of more than 23 million
American families-including many thousands here
in. Florida-who save S&H Green Stamps.
Florida housewives enthusiastically approve
S&H Green Stamps because they get something extra
in quality merchandise without paying a penny more
for what they buy.
Pick up a free copy of the beautiful 1959 S&H
Green Stamp Ideabook greatest ever published
at any store or service station that gives S&H
Green Stamps and see the famous brand-name
products now available to you at


no added cost.


DON'T BUY ANY CAR UNTIL YOU'VE DRIVEN THE ROAD-TUNED 1960 MERCURY!


ST. JOE MOTOR
Port St. Joe


CO.


Florida


PLAYER'S STORE
PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1959 No charge is made and visitors together".
are always welcome. Next time you I Atkins said, "We hope this will CLASSIFIED ADS
with the government confiscating are in this section of the state ,be be a lasting event that will live on Midget Investments WiIh
agricultural properties that present sure to take time for a tour of the and on in Blountstown. The event
plantation and mill, owners are not 'mill. You will -ind it an interesting is open to the public. Gak tRetum
inclined to spend any money in and ,enjoyable experience. end whe Star To A Friend
maintaining .or operating their hold- '---- Advertising Doesn't Cost it. PAYSen
ings.. While our State -,Department .. ..__
has'protested ',the confiscationof Blountstown Sets-
property without fair -and reason-
able compensation it does not ap- Walc H m
pear at this time that the Castro- iWe ome Home Day ... .
government: will pay much atten-
tioi to the protest. George Atkin.s, Calhoun County AM RICAS EATEST VALU
The U. S. Government 'has sub- G ATE AL
sidized Cuba, taking her sugar at u'erintendent of ublc ..nstruc.-.
a,premium price and protecting'her txon, has been selected as general : ... : "\
market against competition and in chairman for Blountstown's first : .
return the new Cuban .regime g- "Welcome Home Day" program, .
nores the many years of American scheduled for November 13-15.
aid and 'cooperation by selling large The three-day affair has been set '
quantities of 'Cuban sugar to the up through sponsorship a the Cal- ,|
Russian government ,at a price be- oun County Chamber of Com-
low the actual cost of production merce to encourage Calhoun Coun- IICERTIFItE \- .
and away below the world ,market tians to return t6 their hone sites,
and to help build a feeling of co,
price for sugar. In consequence, mrd to hp buil a feeling of com- d .
Russia is able to purchase ,sugar mnity aprt I '


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Florida Baptist Convention to Hold

Annual Meeting in Tallahassee

Dr. Baker James Cauthen, secre- Christmas offering. "
tary of the Foreign Mission Board Other out-of-state speakers
of the Southern Baptist Convention, elude Dr. Rober .tG. Lee, pa-s
who directs the mission program Belleview Baptlst Church, Memp
of more than nine million Southern Dr. Robert Hastings, Execu
Baptists, ,ieads the list of o u-of- Conmmrtee, 'Southern BlStisjst
state speakers for the Florida Bap- mention, Nashville and Joseph
-tist Convention which meets in Tal- Coleman, a layman from Tulsa,
lahassee, November 10-12, -accoi'd- lahoma.
ing to Tom M. Collins, program '
chairman. Reports will be made-by Ah6e
o us+ departments *and ageneles
Cauthen supervisse 'the work of the convention, and a mission
1328 American born foreign mis- e "
sionaries in thirty-nine nations, get of $2,200,000. will be presel
Also serving under Cauthen's i- for adoption. Preliminary sur,
reaction are 6,163 national mission- show gains in aT lphases of Ba4
aries. The total program includes work in Florida. Reports frm
3,229 .churches, 887 schools and col- ear show- that 1,18' churches
leges with 129,800 enrolled, 17 hos-. 29,801 m' rl ceiyed $22,
pitals and 58 clinics and dispensar- .
les and 14 orphanages, according .
'to -the last annual' report to the .: L, .,iej
convention. CLASSIFIED ADS
Florida Baptists support foreign
mission work through the Cooopera- Midget Inod~.tsu..tiWftlh
tive Program of world missions and GIait RetWfW
through the annual Lottle Moon


Library Meeting

In Panama City

"Fabirldos Florida's Libraries" *is
in- the subject' or a regional -meeting-
stor, 'to be 'held i- Panama.-City at thoe
)his, Seven" 'Seas Restaurant on Novem-
tive ber 9. Citizens, board members .and
3on-
h R.
Ok- WE
ARE YOUR


var-
3 of
bud-
ated
reys
ptist
last
with
1a6t


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PRESCRIPTION ,,
P H AR MAC Y
SYour prescriptions will be
promptly filled here In our
sparkling clean, modern phar-
macy. Each. prescription Il
double-checked for accuracy.
In case of any questions, we
.call your doctor ., ,
* Drugs Baby Needs
Cold Remedies


friends of libraries are invited to THE STAR, Port .-St. Joe, Florida -THURSDAY, NOVEMBER- 1959'-
attend this day long session start-f
ing at ten o'clock. According to 'a discussion of library development development is urged to ,attend.
Mrs. Sara Rogers, of Live Oak, 'in the- area With brief. discussion Luncheon reservations should be
-chairman of the Trustees, Section from a number of leadingg citizens. sent to' Mrs. Jane Patton, Bay
of 'the Florida Library Association, iTfhe Honorable William E. Harris County Library, Panama City.
residents in the area from Talla- will talk about library legislation +
hassee to .pensacola are invited to 'in Florida at a dutch treat at noon. MRS. FENSOM TO ATTEND
this meeting. The afternoon program will be STEPHENS COLLEGE FUNCTION
h o ..... "ll be *e an .informal one with number of Mrs. Paul S. Fensom of this city
leThemorning will be devoted to- discussion groups where, thosein- will attend "Dad's Day" to be held
terested ,l- new library, service, an onr the Stephens College campus in
improved library, or :the develop-. Columbia, Missouri, on Saturday,
meant of, special phases of hte work October 31. The- Dads' Day is plan-
'will have a chance to,. meet with ned as an opportunity for otherss
se others sharing the same problems. of Stephens students. to. become
Mrs. Rogers states that the meet- better acquainted with the campus
g will :be over -proml.tly at three and college program. Her daightear,
o'clock. -. Judith, is a junior.
Everyone interested in library 'K


SMI TH' S P PHARMACY
John Robert nmIth, Pharmaceutclal Chemist Phone 7-6111


LANARK VILLAGE
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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NEED A PLUMBER?
CALL BEAMAN
Plumbing Installation Repairs s
Contract Work A Specialty
Amts for
Brand Name. Plumbing Fixtures
-OALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE-
TWO LICENSED PLUMBERS ON DUTY TO. SERVE YOU

BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE
110 HUNTER CIRCLE PHONE 7-2641
.- ** i \ '. .


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Have it NOW, modern heating with-


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annoying dust or fumes.
Plan INOW! Don't go through another winter with old.
fashioned, unreliable, expensive heating. Change to
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truly modern fuel. It's safe, tool Safety controls on
modern furnaces and heaters turn off gas instantly if
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PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
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Port St. Joe, Florida


Orra
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228 REID AVENUE ,.


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. THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, 'NOVEMBER, 5, 1959


OF A LIFETIME


WIMBERLY PONTIAC COMPANY


WINTER OUTBOARD



SPECI AL
f 5 .


15ft. Fiber Glass Flamingo
Equipped With
40 Horsepower EVINRUDE LARK MOTOR
With Remote Control, Seats, Running Lights, Battery, Battery Bo), Transom Splash Well

Heavy Duty ROAD PRINCE TRAILER

-egular Price, $1,785.40

~ --- .SPECIAL WINTER PRICE --


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A'-


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20% DOWN and $45.24 PER MONTH
Come In and See It Today At

W IMBERLY PON.TIe (0C.O


'Phone 7-3411


-WE HAVE-







-MOVED

TO, LARGER QUARTERS


You Will Now Find Us At .



* Third and Baltzell

(In Old Dodge-Plymouth Building)

Entrance On Baltzell Avenue




Complete Automotive Repairs


BODY REPAIRS



EXPERT WORKMEN TO SERVE YOUR CAR
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SAMMY'S



AUTO REPAIRS


Third Street at Baltzell Avan.n


Davis Green Engagement
Mrs. C. J. Saudt-rs of Port St. Joe announces -the engagement
of her daughter, Ivy. Mae Davis to Jackie Green, 'son of Mr. and
Mrs. Silas 'R. Green of Blountstown. Mr.. Green *is connected with
ithe U. S.-Mail service.
Wedding plans will be annoimced later.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 7-4976
Mrs. Addle Bya-d Mrs. Lukle
Barow, Mrs. Monice Mackey and
Mrs. Lillian Mackey of Carrabelle
visited Mrs. Clinton' Cox Wednes-
day. .
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Houston
Ramsey will .be happy to know
they -are now residing in -one of
the Billie Branch houses. Mrs.
Ramsey is 'the former Miss Fran-
ces Lorene Wes-ter of Marianna.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Adkins visited
friends and relatives in Panama
City Saturday.
Mrs. L., Kelley a.ud Mrs. Es-
sie V. Knight motored to Pensacola
Thursday. Mrs. Martha Ray Mims
returned 'home with them. She had
-been' 'undergoing ,treatment in -the
hospital for -soie, *time. Martha's
many friends are glad to see her
home. Hope her- a ,speedy recovery.
Seaman Ward Richards, who is
stationed. at Pensacola is spending
a few days with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Richards and family.
Frineds -of Mrs. Herman Marshal
regret 'to learn she is a ,patient in,
the Municipal Hospital and -hope
she will soon be well and able o
come -home.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLendon vis-
ited Mr. .and Mrs. Ralph McLendon
in De Funfiak- Springs during the
week end. They were accompanied
home by their little,nephew who
is ,spending the week with them.
We extend -our deepest sympa-thy
to Mrs. 0. V; Scully in the loss of
her brother in Apalachicola.
Mr. -and Mrs. Roy Hodges -of Hon-
,eyville were-guests of Mr. ,and Mrs.
W. H. Weeks Sunday.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Floyd Casey had s9
'their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Goodwin ,of Altha.
Little Carol Woods has- been ill
and her many friends, wish she
will soon be feeling much 'better.
Mr. and Mrs. David Coley visited
S. D. Ooley in Tallahassee Hospi-
tal Sunday. S.. D. has been under-
going treatment for some time. He
is improving tast -and hopes to be
home soon.

Send "the Star To A Friend


TN1


St. Joe is sponsoring htis walking
blod bank program and anyone
-who wishes will be 'typed and given
a :card for 'their purse or wallet.-
Watch The Star next week for
information as to where and when
this free service will be performed.
Visits Here.
Martha. Costin who is attending
Forida State University at Talla-
hassee spent last week end visit-
ing her parents,- Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Costin.
OPEN DAILY. 2:48 P.M.
SATURDAY, 12:5 P.M,
TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191


SUNDAY. MONDAY
AMERICA'S,
MAN OF
ADVENTIUREL


WRNER.os. TECHNICOLORU
TECHNIRAMA
starring
ROBERT STACK
MARISA PAVAN
MACDONALD CAREY
ERI1-N O'BRIEN

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY

KIM NOVAK
FREDRIC MARCH


First Baptist

WSCS Meets
The First Baptist WMS met at
the church Monday a-t 3:00 .m.- for'
the regular monthly business meetbt-
g. .
The meeting was -called to order
:by the WMU president, Mrs. C.-E.
-Martin, who gave the devotional
followed by prayer by Mrs. L. W.
Cox.
During the business session, good
reports were given by the commit-
tee chairmen. The Foreign Mission
Sludy was discussed and 'will be
announced later.
Everyone Is urged to be present
.next Monday for thp Royal Servie
program. Circle No. 2 will be .in
charge of the program.

Schools To Observe
Education Week


The Port St. Joe Elementary If you are like the average citi.
School and the Highland View Ele- zen of Port St. Joe you do not
mentary School will join the know your blood type.
schools of the nation for 'the 3,3 This -can be done for you free of
annual observation of American charge 'and this, information in an
Education Week; November 8 to emergency -saves the doctors and
14. nurses time that might -be needed
Since 1921 the schools -of the na- to save lives.
tion have cooperated in this annual The St. Joseph Business and
observance. National Sponsors of Pi' lesg;on.,l Woman's Club of Port
Ainerica t Educ3tion Week are -the -
Nationasi Education Association, _
American Legion, U. S. Office of -
Education, and National Congress


of Parents 'and Teachers.
The theme for American Educa-
tion Week is -"Praise and Appraise
Your School". The schools of the
community are exactly as good as
.the citizens make them. November
8 through 14 is the time for all of
you to see just how good your
schools ,are--to see them iu action,
to find out about their accomplish-
ments and their needs.
Your child's future and our na-
tion's future -depend on good
schools, and the key -to good
schools in your hands.
The Gulf County school system
invites you ito visit your schools
during American Education Week.
STUDENT COUNCIL
TO HAVE CAR WASH


The Port St. Joe Student Council
will sponsor a car wash Saturday,
7m November 7. The car wash will be,
S held at the corner of Reid Avenue
6 d&i and Fifth Street. The cost of wash-
ing a car will be $1.00. The pro-
ceeds will go to sponsor Student
- Council projects.
-Bo Williams



FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
"Holding Forth the Word of Life"
Temporarily Meeting at the High School
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
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BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
222 REID AVE. PORTST. JOIE, FLA.
-PHONE BALL 7-4261
< R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate ,Editors YOU-ALL
S"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
Deite little fun"
,'OYLES
STORE PERSONNEL
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
GUY N. MIDDLETON .------- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
EARLINE SNELL ....-- -_ Ladles'-and Children u' Ready-to-Wear
GLADYS S. GILL .. Lingerie and HosIery
ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES JIMMY STEPHENS

LOOK FOR THE BIG CIRCLES VALUES
AT BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE THIS WEEK!
Something New Every Day!
It was a pleasure to have a brief chat with my good friend
Carter Ward over a pair of Rand Shoes. He touched on a subject
far more important than shoes with the following remarks: "'The
Lord has been my help and I am here by His grace. I am glad to
have lived long enough to find that my strength has been in Him,
not in myself. This is a good world and the journey has been a
worthwhile one. on account of His protection." A simple, powerful
testimony by a plain man who has encouraged and amused many
friends during his long life with his keen wit and splendid sense of
humor. Someone has said: "Count the day lost when you have not
laughed".; Something to think .about.
Friends, you'll be wise to look and listen over WJOE at 8 and 9
A.M. daily for November Specials this week. We mention several
briefly: 100% Wool Skirts (ladies sizes) only $3.99 A happy
group of selected Dresses, sensational at $4.99 Infant's orlon
Sweaters, only $1.00 First quality,-washable Pinwale Corduroy
now 79c yard. All (several hundred) Better Dresses for Ladies and
Children 10% off the regular low price. An outstanding group
of Ladies Skirts-only $2.95. You'll find new arrivals in the Shoe
Department and excellent Values in the-Men's and Boy's Departments
Thank you, Mrs. Henry Drake, Atlanta, Ga., for your suggestion
of a better picture in this column of the writer. -Do you think it
really can be done? We've spoken to Wesley but he is 0not too hope-
ful hard to corner, too! Letters to the Editor keep him on
the hop!
Chillun, you can get your Poll Parrot Comic Books with every
pair of shoes at Boyles A new shipment of Cowboy Boots have
just arrived Boyles has Cowboy Suits. Just-say: "I read about It
in the Tattler", and you'll get a special 10% discount '. plus the
comic book and a sucker! Can you beat that anywhere?
Working friends, did you know that every Lee garment bears the
following guarantee: "Guaranteed 'to-fit better, look better and wear
longer or your money back." Boyles basic stock of fine quality of
Chetopa Twill Pants by Lee is about 200 pairs, 28 to 46. Sizes can
be had up to 60. Shop Boyles for Work Clothes of quality.
Words to live by (by C. R. Bell) "The'world is not Interest-
ed in the storm you encountered along life's way, but did you bring
your ship, safely In". "You're kidding yourself, my friend, when
you think your social standing is carried around in your hip pocket".
(Woodrow Wilson) "Friencship is the only cement that will ever
hold the world together". With this warm thought we'll say 8'long
-now. -RGB.


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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING T- paper Talks T appr ,-iatinMo a ham Post Office Gives THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florhd THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1959
(Continued From Page 1) pIe, there are only about 35,000 b rl M il T wen packed and securely wrapped letters of real value should be reg- .
FOR SALE "The Great Tide",1 act that ithe Communists have ilievers left, most of these the Ig I in strong containers. Te carton istered. Where proof only of de-
FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnilshed torical novel based on facts of old been in power for 40 years and Russian Orthod Ohurch. Only ost;, office-workers sometimes should be wrapped in heavy paper livery is required for letters of no
SIe 45permonth. Adr- St. Joseph -ar .Ca you will see why onl d eopl e the Catholics ane Baptists remain efer fo dejected ,people as ,being and securely.led .with substantial itrinho c value, certified madl
Stre. 2t-10-28 till attend. church in Russia. said existence witi e Russian Or- as sad as a deadletr lerk on the should e used.
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom Tapper. No formal religious educa- thodox, and in small numbers. day before Chrsmas." 5. Gifts of a delicate nature, such Any post office will. furnish- upon
Saitrvaelely furnished apart- tion is offered or permitted. Tapper was of the oinoin ha T toe with fist-hd know as glass, China, electrical appan- request and without change a copy
nT Cool in. g umme wa Fm nO terey A 14-foot Lohp. e Star Menn- Russia couldn't a stand a total war .eg fads fiei ces, raids, musical instruments, of the pamphlet "Packaging and
winter. 'ia het, w indow fans. ruee motor Complete r Emote con- '; now, where retaliation is eminent e of has it e should be marked. "fragile". Food- Wrapping Parcels or Mailing". An-
aTruc-motor. Complete remote ion- figure of hasMpicturesque
They have to be een to be ppre equipment. Heavy duty tralr. Serce Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin.- "The Russianpeople have lived in orfmea A e h stuffs should be marked "perish- swers to all questions regarding
: .pace. Phone 7-8820 of. 9-9133. pan, one 7501. overry and rivation for 4W0 years piet:oew.Teof u e Pm eaTogf -a the orpse e" ubjet oilae. he otal service re ilble at
Smico Lodge Apartments and Trail- Wc hos V. ROWAN, POST 116 waiting for better times, and now s 6. Parcels should be insured, and your post office.
..... ..ar T rail-. -"W.-WlSISV.ROWAN,POST116 isaren stacked 'highest! In,,the season_
: er Park; White City.- : tcf-8-20 FdR SALE: 'Used electric stove THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- that these times are within reach are stacked arhigheost! I he seaongful,
and refrigerator. In good condi- ting .first and third Thursday nights they want t enjoy them a while", the largest number f earners ofl
I:-FOR RENT: Nice 6,room house 'tion, $90.00. Second new;house be- S:00 p.m., American Legion Home. Tapper-said. He pointed out that e lrest nmer of bearers of
with bath, hot and -cold water. yond Long Avenue Baptist Church. government would no t tgoo cheer have llen. along theater
Large yard and garden. At Over- NOTICE OF ELECTION toplernment wouldntry, ot heitate ay
street. See Mrs. Hardy at Over. FOR SALE: 1957 Oldsmobile Holl- SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIST- to plunge the country Into war to .
street P. O. tfc-10-1 day sedan. Power brakes, new RICT NO. 1, GULF COUNTY, hold it together should they begin According to Postmaster Ohaun-
FOR RENT: Houe a Bacon whitewall tires, r aWoo FLORIDA to lose power, he said. cey Costin, 24,654,103 letters and FOR ONE WEEK- THURS. thru THURS
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone Standard Service Station. 1'tp 'Pursuant to Section 230.39 of the OGiests of the club were Captain t,2,35 ackages ailed to reach i .
Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22 FO ALE teel mattress d Florida School Laws, notice is Vernon of Cape San Bas, J. their intended receivers in fial Old Hickory -86 proof 45 Qt.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom ilow compete. $8.50. BA hereby given that the next Regular Buttram of Cottondale and Ben 1958. This was because of incom- STRAIGHT BOURBON $4.49
.house. $40.00 per month. -Phone 7-2181. Billy Tapper. ltc Biennial Election in Special Tax Dicken o lee addresses, r illegible ad- Daviess County, 86 proof 4-5 Qt.
District No.1 Frank Le(county wide) i all- Dickens of Port S Joe.) dresses, or inadequate wrapping, -KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON .$4.35
-5341.Frank LeHary.. fc-11-5FOR SALE: Duo-Therm space ed for Tuesday, the 8th day of De- .m.or auat ingp e NTCYSrABO4.5t
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished heater with blower. Oil drum comber, A. D., 1959, for the said ration. BOURBON SUPREME 4-5 0
house. Call 7-7771 after 4 p.m. available also. Gall 7-4541 after 4 district 'to determine ,the rate of -paraton. BOURBON SUPREME $4.50
or week ends. J. D. Clark. tfc-11-5 pam. It, millage to be assessed and collect- Survey Being Made "This year, as in other years, 86 proof 4-5 Qt.
FOR RENT:ed on the property therein 'tor the most of the cards and parcel's mail- OLD THOMPSON BOURBON $4.30
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished CLOSE OUT SPECIALS next ensuing two (2) years, and to On ed Nurses ed at Chrnias will be delivered '6 Year Old, 86 proof .4.5 Qt.
house. 6530 Fourth St. See Emr 2 only 2-pe. living room suites. elect three (3)' trustees for the dis RegisteredNurses ed at Ch a w e, delivered 6 Year Old, 86 proof
anette Daniell at 528 Fourth St. or Red or green acetate covers. Foam trict for the next ensuing two (2) as intended," says Postmaster:Cos- ANCIENT AGEBOURBON $4.70
phone 7-5396. 20p-11-5 rubber cushions. Rog. price $249.95.- years (no -two trustees, shall' be- A two-couuity survey is being tin. "But, also as in other years, 4 Year Old, 86 proof 4-5 Qt.
Special close out price $199.95. .elected from .any one School Board made for the -total number of Regis- some letters and ,parcels will fail JIM BEAM. $$ .65
FOR SALE: 3 .bedroom masonry I only Kennmai sectional ofa. Member Residence District). All tered Nurss in Gulf and Fraiklin to accomplish.their important mis- 86 proof 4.5 Qt.
house. Hardwood floors, closed 108" long. 100% aylon cover. Zip- qualified elector residents within.I86 proof 4- Qt.
carport, landscaped. 905 Garrison per covers on foam rubber cush- said district. county wide' who counties. Thi will every imor- ions. arelessness,and uesswork OLDCROWBOURBON $4.70
Ave. 4tc ions.. Reg. price $399.95. Special pays taxes on real and personal tant in the future of our counties and haste will doom ,many well- 4-5 Qt.
FOR SALE:, 2 bedroom well bilt close out pride, $29995r r .9 property and are otherwise quail- according to Civil Defense ,pro- concelied ,pieces of mall to ..early EZRA BROOK SOUR MASH ----................ ... $5.45
OR SALE:,. 2 bedroom well birilt 2 only. Ware 'platform rockers. fled according to law, are entitled 'rams. io l-ave speut tim, in t h. 8....o.f
9-1113,W Buckh fch. Phone101 Reg. $59.50. Special close out to vote at said election. It is de- icg ras. If you have spent tim to death." 86 proof 4-5 Qt.
9-1113, W. ucoh c0 price $39.95 termined that tern (0li mills w i become a regist ered nurse, your Most ,of the letters and parcels CALVERT'S RESERVE '$4.60-
'MEXICO BEACH RENTALS Are you interested in quality at be necessary to maintain a uniform abilities will be a very valuable as- that end their careers in dead-let- 80 proof 4-5 Qt.
1 bedroom furnishesi apts. $40.00- a bargain? Come in, and see our system of Florida schools within 1.set to our communities. However, ter .offices could have been saved TAAKA VODKA $3.45
per month. 0. 2 bedroom er t.fu manMOur.y close out items. asaid- district your abilities are not known they by application of. one or more of 100 proof .4-5 Qt.
'apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month. MODERN FURNITURE -O. Precincts.1, 2, 3 and'4 Will vote', ca Qt.
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. Phone 7-8231 232 Reld Ave. in City Hall, Wewaitchka. The will- be lost completely and. of no these simple rules: TAAKA VODKA $3.95
$50.00 per month. Residential and FOUND: Valuable ring at football pllholders are Mrs. Leona O'Neal value, to your community. 1. Address mail fully and clearly. -5 Qt.
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for field after Bay High football Clerk; Mrs. Annie Cook, Mrs. Mar- If you are a registered nurse, or 'Write legibly or print. plainly, and GILBEY'S GIN $4.00
sale, good income, ter game. Owner may have by idnti- via PLs and Mrs. Rose Campbell, hae been at any time in your life, avoid abbreviations. 4-5 Qt.
C.M Eatrkac, eg. alEse Bro. ^tyig Mcd eying for his I sP5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will please notify the following ,people: 2. Use the 4c letter rate on SANDY MACDONALD SCOTCH $5.45
Pht7one 'BAlln 9-1121Portl St. T Jo e o
Phone BAx 9-1121, Port St. Joe 73071 John McKenzie or phone vote in the City Hall in Port St. Mrs. Buck Chauncey in Franklin Christmas cards. Be certain a r- Qt.
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta. Joe, with the following poll hold- County; Mrs. Louise Beard in Port turn address is printed in the up- OLD LEWIS HUNTER STRAIGHT BOURBON $4.25
Panama City, Fla. MSEPTIC TANKS ed ou. Call erM s. Hazel Ferrell, a'Clerk; St. Joe or Mrs. Ruby Gilbert in per left-hand corner of both Christ-
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call Mrs. Harold Chafin.Mrs.,-Zola Mad"
FOR SALE: 3 choice corner lots at Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for dox and Mrs. T. O. RIchards, In- Wewahitcha. ms cards and parcels.
White City. Adjoining canal. See quick expert 'service. fc speotors. _- 3. Do not enclose coins or hard
Braxton Ward or call 7-3316. tf- ORDEROF MOOSE ATTEST: Visits In Pensacola objects\of any kind in letters. Can-
FOR SALE: 1959 model 35 hp. out- Meeting aER OF Moose Hall, 310 ThomasA. Owens Mrs. J. C. Odum visited her mo- ceiling iiachines often damage such
board motor, Buckaneer with Fourth St. Meeting nlght every Joseph K. Whitfleld their in Pensacola for several days letters and their contents. OLD HIGHWAY 98
electric 'starting. Also, 16 foot boat. other Monday. Chairman 5t-11- last week. 4. Make certain that parcels are
.*_ THERE WILL BE a regular corn- .I ,
FOR SALE munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir- No. 111, F&AM every first and
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.'
4 new b.omes being built on Bel-
lamy Glroie. FHA financing. To be
completed within next 30 days., ED MNicFARLAND, W. M. |. S ) I 1 G
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small ROY L. BURCH,. Secretary
down payment. Small monthly pay- All Master Masons cordi.lly invited
clients.
PRIDGEON AGENCY SAMARITAN LODG0, No. 40, 1. 0.
411 Reid Ave. "Phone 7-7741 *O. F.-Meets ,first and third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. In Masonic
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser Hall. All members urged to attend.
-with 65 iop motor. Sleeps two, Noble Grand: Chris Martin
head, .galley,. -$1100.00. See B. Roy Secretary: W. H. Weeks 4.
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
S- R. A. M.-Regular. convocation of .
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Personal and St. Joseph'Chapter No. 58, R. A.
business with name imprinted. M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All isit.- ',
Assorted and religious boxes. See ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Mrs. Jacquelyn Quarles before No- Creamer, Sr., High' Priest, H. R.
member 16. ff-10-15 Maige, Secretary.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
apartment building on rear of saving money see us for anything
lot. 2 bedroom ,unfurnished apart- you need in your home. STOP and
menat upstairs, 2 bedroom furnished SWAP.-SHOP. .
apartment downstairs. Contact Rev.".
A. G. McKeithen, 1207 Lisenby Ave. LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
'Pho ie PO 3-2440, Panama City, Fla. hour. Cut your 'lawn and let me '
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
S'IThe gentle upsweep of the narrow arms and a
picture frame back provide the graceful lines -
S'' so appealing to the modern hoiemakier.

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