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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 26, 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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The Merchant's Division of th B PARADE -...i. ', the parade Santa Clausa
Chamber of Commerce was notified According to 0.- C. Dykes, par- will park his sleigh under the traf-
this week definitely that Santa ade master, Santa will be preceed- fic light on Reid Avenue where he
Claus has scheduled Port St. Toe ed up Reid Avenue by a color will talk to all the children.
on his pre-Chi.-Istmra -visits for guard, the Tort St. Joe Hlgh'School STORES OPEN
Tuesday, December 1 at 6:00 p.m. High School Band and a bevy of Merchants of Port St. Joe will
Santa will pay an earlier visit to colorful floats entered by civic' or uoen heir stores ,i,1.-Jiar.:!;. af-
Port St Joe's colored children at na.iti,' and business men. of .(- to,- parade for Christmas .shop-
3:45 p.m. on the same day. Port St. Joe. p-era to come and see what they
Santa will arrive in Port St. Joe Again this year prizes will be ih- ,_- :'to offer in Christmas merchan-
on his big red and white sleigh and awarded the three best floats .-en- dise.
will be paraded through the down- tered by civic orranrzati...i-,. First All ., 1 n organizations and mer-
town Port St. Joe vicinity for all prize will be $100.00 in cash; sec- clantii are urged to enter a float
the children of all ages to-aee and and prize, $5,0.00 in cash and third in the big parade. Several beauti-
visit with. prize, $25.00 in cash. fui floats were entered in Port St.


Joe's first parade of this typo last
year and plans -are to make this
-parade even bigger and better than
last year's.
All children and parents are
urged to circle the 'date of Tuea-
_it:.. December 1 at 6: p-u p on
their calendars and be on an-d in
downtown Port-St. Joe to welcome
Santa Claus to town. He will be
equipped with a new -thick order
pad to take all. the .children's: or-
ders for Christmas toys. So don't
forget, kids, be therM early.:


"Pori S,1. ioe-The O'utlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chatta oochee 'iA:

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ETAOIN SIRDLU
13y WES-t.EY R. RAMSEY

Old Santa -Claus ha.- set 'bl9 vitlt
at 'a most opportu ne lime tiblk. y'a,
Port St, Joe "merchants have la
stock one of the lrge-st aeltectlons
of. Christmas merchandise lu many
years. Many 'of the stores aie tea.
during new, uuBual aod .ed -atioG -
al toys to delight evary boy and
girl, Clothing stores have Ln stock
some of the finest looking clothes
we have seen in many a moon.
Truly, one abuuld find suinethin4
for .everyone on th-lr Chritioa.ra l(3
riglithere In Por. Stt. JoI. thl y)eat.

Comes Thanksgi-tng ay and ..e
all are toricurueid ltn w.ii.t c .-
are most thank taLnkur
We -are -moat Uhaniki.aid o. ia T.L
most consider the littlee tblags'.
We are thakACtil that ve aie
aile, th t we ,:an walk, rh.eat -t
can see. hear and tsatl, that tWe
are in good health. And of course,
we never cease to give thanks for
'the fact that we have a fine faea-
ily and so far, tb,.t they have bl.Li
; .'e ith plenty to ea;,
wear.
Whyt more coul4 a person wish'
No ,doubt, some of you, like th-
Ra-msey family will set your feet
-under grandmothers table for the
Thaanksglviag feast
Miy wife says we v are going to
'Geriga to fuiake a dent in her
n i-c'hler a f'rezer.
We are going -to driis carefully
Sand try 'to get back In one ,piece.
Are you?

Bill Piunay, columnist iir the
Pariawat Cit.y News eaadrkea Sat-
Lirday morning thai ho was going
i,:, r'-in [,u Port St. Joe and hide
rtI,, tle -, Orid in l Lbe Apalla'vbiovi
i,N, thi rnr Railroad denot.
F'Pen:y l.ain't baen to- Port St.
Joe lately. Right off hand we can't
trnik ut ., place he can hide over
.-here .-ithout gettlng run over by-
busy ieopile getting -a job done.
Might be he could hide in the
Bay Line Depot. Seems we remem-
ber reading a while back that hti.
I .il',-_ad was asking to be allowed
'to drop some of their asrvice- trur
lack of business.
Why, shucks, you cai'.t e:.:' i
hide in the awamp over in l t-hi
little section of Florida. .
He's welcome to come -on -over,
though, we could use another cii-
zen or two .. Always uoom for
one more. ..


Census Will Brilng

Frm Records To Date

The 1959 Census of Agriculture.
now under way ina Gulf County, wvil
bring up to -date farm statistics, last
collected in 1954, when: the farm
census revealed 'the rolluow lng facts:
The value of products ,sold. in
.1954 by farm operators: was $77-
699.
The value of all.cr0ps. sold we'
$8,279 and included $2,871 for field
crops, $937 for vegetables, 971 ior
fruits and nuts, and $3,500 for hor-
ticultural specialties.
The value of all llieatock and
Livestock products sold -was $57,-
189 and included $16,396 for dairy
S.products, $3,306 to poultry and
.poultry products, and $37,487 for
livestock and livestock products.
The va.i.e of r or- .E c o .; i ,:.-i
from Itie ,iinti .v r ta w~r $12,-.
131.,


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GIRL SCOUTS INVESTED--PIctured .l,, Is !ih1, Girl ?,.-a T"', r.-.v.. I- d to ..andL ih'It. ceamoni
at the Port St. Joe Elementary School last Thursday night. They are, -left to right: Carla Herring,
Peggy White. 'hbery Wh!tL Kathy Weeks, Sharon Peak, MI.Ii h.- Anctbo7i1 Judy i'i,., .:. Patsy John-
s.on, :.L i. Cl tario[[t Maddox, Judy i-iH.- in- Elaine B .-0t. ilran ;,-i: '.iilidj .I..- ._ (- photo)

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ig Cexemoruy Tursday At mew ie Auditoriu


Thirteen girls were invested into The Ti ,u. is now working on
the Girl Scouts, U. S. A., Intermed- Tenderfool r:..-,'.--.i-. These
iate ipiogram in a candlelihli. care- girls' "i api. .'. mi el,- ,.o itl-
mony, last Friday evening at 7:001 lion girls a.,: -.,- i roi.ani, 16 in
pan. at the Port St. Joe Elementary becoming lu.-:iI,- of the Girl
School Auditorium. Scouts of the'UT S. A.
Tte Troop[ iieajii are Mrs; Sally There are now four Girl Scout
White and Mrs. Pauline McGill. F -j;.':.-p in. the Port St. Joe area.


Any mothers interested in ft tnnri'
additional Troops, are urged to con-
.tact Mrs. Harry J. White at B1ll
7-3961.
The local Girl Scouts 'have just
completed the annual Girl Sc ut
cookie sale with tremendous -uc-
cess.


Vtor e Anderson, t oal BLsines

Trken By Death Folowin Coronary


Victor R. Anderson, age 4, p i.i-
sed ai'a,. Wednesday ;lhl-r. ,*[ 1 -1
weeli about 10:30 aft'r suffering
a lihetrt attack in -his h'.no l hist
Wednesday a ftt mo)01u. He -A- .
owner and manager of the St Jo>>
Motor Conmifiu., Hie had itirc'eiT,.,
the local F..'rd.- Me,, i s eci, ,1L
A.ugiiut of lhis -ar
Andersona a.-,- i. ,- ri i' -'(.
Joe -ilnc. 19.'., ard e it.pl or- a p,'i--
i,:. when he .v.a n i aerTice he 1i-a.
been conne:ieid -iiL th-e : Ju
.MAoti C..,wpa6Dy
.-LridrI? r jLi u -A a un,-lfhe i ul I lKn'.itas of Columbuis. the A.i eile.inn
LCegiu .O d lihe K-, .inl, 'i.'iiUt. -H
-a., i.ii:. I.1it remaining charter
rmeuib',r ,,t ,the Kiwanis Club.'
Andt -.son is survived by his wife,
Janet; a son, Fred; two daughters,
;%'ar L.,u a'ad .Gail, all of Port St.
Joe; hi. *mother, Mrs. Bertha L. An-
derson .of Apalachicola; a istet.--
Mrs. Mary Sirmon of Mobile, Ala.
Funeral InI s l-ie for Victor R.
Ander.son were held Friday, Novem-
ber 20 at 10 a.m. in the St. Joseph
Caa.:ll.- Church. Father Paul Ho-
garty officiated at ithe services. In-
terIctieit followed in Holly Hill

}'allb-ir-r-n were Charles Wall,
W. M. Howell, George Tapper, Dr.
William Wager, Dr. Wayne Hen-
drix, Bill Whaley, Byron Eells, Jr.,
Gannon Buzzett and B. B. Sciesson
Comforter Funeral Hi-,'i.- of Port
St. Joe was in charge of arrange-
ments.


Send 'he Star To A Prlmed


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VICTOR P .. ANDERSO .1







Jesse Kr-,.. 76, one of Wewa-
hitchka's old time residents, died
last W"drt-_,. 1, afternoon at 12:45
at the Municipal Hi.-.i,,t.,I here in
Port St. Joe,
Funeral services, for Kemp were
held at 2:00 p.am. Thursday, Novem-
ber 19, at the graveside in Kemp
Cemetery at Wetappo Creek. El-
der Robert Patterson of Apalachi-
cola ,of ithe Jehovah V'.r. r, .: of-
tiii aed ,at the -services.
The deceased is .survived by six
brothers: Fred, Alva, Alten and
Archie, all of Wewahitchka; Eu-
gene of Augusta, Ga. and Lowell of
Lakeland: seven sisters, Mrs. Saue


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Representative Cecil G. Costin,
Jr., told The Star this week that
work on the resurfacing of the'
'V.eani-itchic road (Highway 71)
rrom0 C.ypire Ci.e-el: to Wewahit.
chka would beg,'i about Decem-
ber 1.
it was reported in The Stari
some months ago, that a contract
h.ad been let by the State Road
Department for '.resurfacing of
this road to Smith Englfisecrir'j
Company of PFn .ncol-.,
There has been -4 del y in thle
project, partially ,ltou to the wea-
ther and the fact that the coo6
tractor was completing a contract
In Central Florida. Represent
tive Coatin said' thatthe State
Road Department has assurr-ed
him that lit, coonr.icto. will com-
mence placing asphalt on .h'.,:
project by 'lii. iir, of -6oni-,.6,
1959. ,


A.-ir -h; for Holidays ,
John lilli- and Bill- Chism will
arrive Tuesday for the Thani,-..s
ing holidays. They 'are :.i.endiit
Marion Institute in Marion, Ala.
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Off for Atlanta M i
Mr'. and Mrs J. Lamar Miller,
John and Ann Miller will leave
Thursday to spend the week end
in Atlanta, Georgia.

Land of Kinard, Mrs. Shelly Davis,
Mrs. Minnie Blankenship, Mrs. Dai-
sy Bozeman and Mrs. Willie Es-
tridge, all of Wewahltchka; Mrs.
Myrtle Brown of Calloway and Mrs.
Coleman Tharpe of Port St. Joe.
Comforter Funeral Homo was in.
charge of *arrangem.e ts


The Cli' of Prr :L t. .10 aLI,, -I
week i6 lauln- a call i ; bfid ,:,
the b'unlelclpr.l Hoisplt;! cEpr;e l',:u
pioju .CUoit Lhat hrs. ban oa uiidr- e
for a liLtle cr.-r .h year.
The City hr a c'icl vd tti.. hlual
,appro,',il Of !i- pl-3 D1AU,- rZn th,. U.
S, GvfurnmeniU HllI-Burt.on Act L0
go ahead with the project. The Hil-
Burto, Act Is providmiu665 per tent
of thb- nmonAy for hi-i project..
*. .10-9 ,1LL B-E OPENED'
ON DECEMBER 17
Bida will be opened at 1:30 p.m.
in 'the Council Cshrzmhe i of-the City
Hall.T"b.).rsday. December 17.
.The structure ,will be of concrete
block .tuccoed on the exterior. The
project consists of patients' ne-]-
rooms, icn',rit iin suite dollvi
auite, k.te .hon, iitaIndry., idiiualstra-
tive offile4, ei6.rgen a '".ati, w-i't-
lo soaum',, Loiete. x-ray depart-
n nt,. laboi,,tory and stlor .re'.-
composiing an areaom f aproxrnie-.a-
ly 1.UI000 .luare (eiet o se.s coZa-
it rj i loa
Alterations will consist of re-
-moving !partitions, doors, windows,
etc., in the. existing 0i'lii-. The
existing room is to be removed and
a new flat rooft poured on- steel
forms to be placed over the entire
boiaiLsl ares .
The new construction will give
the hospital, a,.rozhlin3.Lei twice
the room it now has. ,
Noi .ar GOo-. o. Panama City
is the architect or -the project.







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WHEREAS, it i'; necessary for
A.ri-aii ti to apprecite fully
hL ,'h' Otr f.!;.' o' rF',io A.n r .d L ',
"i-&.d0e lCIiat tle.nUi"!VO s8 ,5 iliL'Opre-
-I. 'ialloi ut tB-aU ABie0 IuL 'ioTn-


, cipl'eas, and. .... .. ..
., WHEEAS,-i.t. s essential that
the Cit' O, Port St. Joe 'make
'thia cOcoa-lun a notable eypres-,
sion, of. community interest, as
1-i otlug doae i. man'uy ath.-r cil-
ties throughout the iiation, NOW

TriEREi'uRtE, I, Mayor .1. L.
'i'uit 4o art." 'i.ir m the period
from November 22 ito November
'28, 1959,'as "Know'Your America
Week" and call onall oltizens of
Port. St. Joe to contribute- reely
of their time and resources to
participate -in ine commemora-
tion. of "Know Your America
Week" in order to ....,-t'. u-
man freedom and --,.. ,.'..,r-
munlsmn.
I, SHARIT, MItayow
Otty of Port St. Joe
TOTHURH----A------
so T eHUBCH giUNDAY


Unio Services At



Sak .rove Church


The sixth annual Utien iThinkagiving Service, sponsored .by
the Port St. Joe Ministerial .Illiance will ue held on Thankasgiiiing
morning at 9:30 a.m. in the Oak Grove Assembly of God Churc'h.
Several of tihe Port St. JqA Ministers will tale 'part on the -ra-
gram.
The Reverend Charles r-
!LhV,.Pa cor of the OAk Grove'
MAssembly of God Church, will-
deliver the Thanksgiving mes-

ivi, -lartliern is ".o.,i Lou-
doi,. England, and has been liv-
ing In Port St. Joe for only a
few months.
The Thanksgiving service
will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will
dismiss at 10:15 a.m.,
The public is cordially in-
vited to attend. .
Special music will be ren-
dered at tme program. Congre-
gationalrinc iq will be under.
the direction of Tommy Prid- Rev. Charles H. Harthern
geon, choir director of the First Sker
Methodist Church.
Other local ministers taking part in the program will be Rev.
C. A. Lundy, pastor of the White City Baptist Church who will give
the Call to Worship and the Invocation; Rev. E. 0. Bradley, pastor
of the -First Methodist Church, Responsive Reading; Rev. E. L.
Miller, Faith Bible Church, Thanksgivinq prayer; Rev. Hubert
Snte, Pentecostal Holiness Church, Thanksgiving Scripture;
Rev. Charles H. Harthern, Thanksgiving message; Rev. J. A.
Blackwell, pastor of the Nazarene Church will present the bene-
diction.
Rev. C. i : '..- Smith, pastor of the First Baptist Church la
president of the Ministerial Association and Rev. J. C. Odum, Pastor
of the Long Avenue Baptist Church, is program chairman.


With Rout At The


By WILL I. RAMSEY
The Port St. Joe Sharks .suffer-
ed their worst defeat in many years
as they finished a hectic season
with a brutal 52 to 0 defeat at the
hands of Choctawhatchee last Fri-
day night.
The Sharks ,never had a chance
chance as the big, fast Choctaws
cored on theix .second play and


mercy on the injury riddled Sharks
as they played their first unit al-
most throughout the game. The vi-
cious attack by the C('ho'LtaIr had
almost the entire line of the Sharks
sidelined with injuries by the end
of the game. It was a most unfitt-
ing climax to the football careers
of .some very fine Shark athletes.
Besides being physically and


went on to hunmiliate the uninspir- mentally beaten by a team we had
ed Stiarks in the last meeting be- no business playing in .the first
tween these two teams. place, (and I'm sure most people
The Choctaws scored once in the will agree that it will be a pleasure
first quarter, three times in the sec- never .to play them again) some
ond frame, once in the third and sneak thief from the 'area known
three times in the last period. The as "miracle strip", ".paradise" and
Sharks never .threatened and when a few more glamorous names broke
they could iput together a little into the St. Joe locker room during
drive it was usually stopped by a the game and .made away with all
pass interception. The Indians in- the kids .money. Yes, it will be a
ter-cepted six ,of the Sharks 37 pass long time before, the Sharks go
attempts. The Choctaws showed no back again for "good sports'.


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TWENTY.THIPD YEAR


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Florida Baptists Plan Vigorous Campaign

Against Drinking, Gambling Obscenity


TALLAHASSEE-(FNS) At its
recent convention Florida Baptist
leaders made plans for a more vig-
orous campaign against drinking,
-gambling and indecent literature,
Speakers !pointed out that last
year Florida residents -and visitors
consumed 59 million -gallons of
beer, four million gallons of wine
and more than eight million gallons
of taxed whiskey, -spending more
money thereon and creating more
alcoholics iper capital than any other
state. No records were available
for moonshine or untaxed liquor
sales but indications are it was
substantial.
Rev. Jack Eppes, head of the
United Christian Action, an organi-


zation sponsored by Baptists to
work for a better moral climate,
told the 3,000 delegates present that
Florida's 4,400,000 residents "con-
tinued their long held record of
drinking -more and spending more
'than any -other state per capital "
"This alcoholic degradation", he
said, "equals -an investment -of close
to 500 million dollars."
The temperance committee re-
ported that Florida's 17 dog tracks
are more than in the rest of the
nation combined, to which we must
add five horse tracks -and four jal
alai frontons.
The delegates voted to -urge all
churches of Florida to join the 1,-
300 Baptist churches in a fight


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* BRIAN AHERNE
N-JOAN CRAWFORD


Methodist Circle

Met Monday

Circle -Number Feur of ithe Meth-
odist WSCS met in the home of
Mrs. J. Lamar Miller at 9:30 a.m.
November 23.
Mrs. J. L. Sharit, chairman, op-
ened the meeting with a short busi-
ness session. Mrs. J. Lamar Mil-
ler presented the secretary's .re-
port; Mrs. Leonard Belin present-
ed the treasurer's report and social
service report.
Mrs. James Harrison was in
charge of the program on "Relocat-
ed Chinese Christians". Mrs. Harri-
son impersonated three characters
Mrs. Tong, Miss Chen and Dr.
Chow. Others .taking part were:
Mrs. Gus Creech, who led in pray-
er, Mrs. Ed Ramsey who read the
scripture and Mrs. J. L. Sharit who
closed the program with -prayer.
Refreshments were -served to
seven members and Mrs. W. D.
Jones, president of the WSCS.
The meeting was closed with the
WSCS benediction.



Theta Rho Girls

Have Weiner Roast


Melody Theta Rhio Girls Club had
a weiner roast on the lawn of the
home of the advisor, Mrs. C. W.
Long, Saturday -night. Hot dogs,
punoh, hot chocolate and cake was
enjoyed by all.
Those attending were: Becky
Childers, Fran Gunn, Katrina Far-
ris, Mary Carolyn Lyons, Glynda
Burke, Boggy Kilbourn, Joan Co-
ker, M'ary Kilbourn, Jeanie Coker,
Norma Hobbs, Pat McCormick, Li-
la Dockery, Judy Simms, Barbara
Whitfield, Margle Hall, Diane Bish-
op, Joyce Wylnn, the assistant advi-
sor, Mrs. Ruth McCOormick and two
visitors, Linda Barrett and .Elaine
Simms.
After refreshments the girls en-
joyed ghost story telling and other-
amusement. A good time was had
by all.


Mr. George W. Machen
announce the' irth of a baby girl
November 18 at the Municipal Hos-
pital. The little Jady has iot been
named as yet.


against "the tra-gle spiritual, econ-
omic and social problems now slow-
Iv hut aurlyv ideltrnvi-o- mi.u ,atan


.: ST. JAMES' CHURCH
EPISCOPAL
Rev. G. D. Underhill, B. D., Vicar
The First Sunday in Advent, No-
vember 29. 7:30 a.m., The Celebra-
iton of the Holy Eucharist. NOTE:
The Celebration on the First Sun-
day in Advent is set apart by the
National- Church as the ADVENT
CORPORATE COMMUNION for
the men and boys of the Episcopal
Chureh. Therefore, -all of the men
and boys of St. James' Church are
invited .and urged to attend this
celebration. 9:45 a.m., The Church
School. 11:00 a.m., Morning Pray-
er .and sermon. 6:30 -p.m. The Epis-
copal Young Churchmen. 7:00 -p.m.,
('CST) Evening prayer and sermon
at St. John's Episcopal Church, We-
wahitchka. NOTE: The Junior
Choir from St. James' Church, Port
St. Joe will aing at this service.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us 'and is assured of
a warm welcome.


CARD OF THANKS --
May I take this opportunity to
express my sincere thanks and ap-
preciation to our many friends for
the lovely cards, flowers 'and visits
during .my recent illness while in
the hospital and at home. Also for
the many prayers offered in my
behalf.
To the nurses and Dr. Hendricks
for their kindness to me may I ex-
tend my sincere thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rich

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY










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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1959





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Published'by
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R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
222 REID AVE. PORT 8T. JOE, FLA.
PHONE: ALL 7-4261
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Associate Editore YOU-ALL
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun" YLE
SSTORE PERSONNEL e
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GUY N. MIDDLETON ..............--- Men's and Bpy*' Wear and Shoes
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ESTHER TAYLOR MARY REEVES -- JIMMY STEPHENS


Join us in doing as the Pilgrim Fathers did Attend
the Union Thanksgivig Church Services Thanksgiving day
at 9:30 a.m. at the Oak Grove Assembly of God Church.
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.. Mintes:ofFthe gal.; diesel oil, .56; lb. .1488.
..... Wewa Hardware Co., Hi test gas
County Commission .23, reg. gas .2100; motor oil, .281/2
gal.; diesel oil, .65; lub. .195.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Gulf Oil Corp.: Hi test gas, no
NOVEMBER 10, 1959 bid; regular gas, .2069; motor oil,
The Board of County Commission- .o60 gal; diesel oil, .48; lub. .190.
ers of Gulf County, Florida, met Standard Oil Co.: Diesel fuel,
.this date in regular .monthly ses- .1260, St. Joe; k. oil, .1280 St. Joe.
sion with 'hte following members Diesel fuel, .1270, Wewa; k. oil
present: George W. Cooper, Chair- .1290, Wewa. ,
man, E. C. Harden, Sr., A. J. Strick- Wewa Hardware Co.: Diesel fuel
land, and Coleman W. Tharpe. The .1280. k. oil, no bid.
Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney, Engineer, Gulf Oil Corp. Diesel Fuel .1249
Mosquito Control Director and St. Joe; .1259 Wewa; k. oil, no bid.
Road Supt.: were also present. After consideration .and discus-
The meeting, came to order at sion, Comm. Tharpe told the Board
9:00 o'clock am. that he would like to give the busi-
Minutes .of October 13 and 27 ness to the two local dealers, even
were read, approved and adopted. though their bids were not low.
Honorable Cecil G. Costin, Jr., At- Commn. Strickland said hbe would
torney for the Board of Public In- like to see the business kept in the
struction f- Gulf County appeared County. A. J. Gaskin, Standard Oil
- before the Board 'and requested the Agent for the Wewahiitchka fran-
County Road Department to remove chise told the Board that Gulf Oil
the aetums(- from Carver High Corporation ought to be awarded
School property and to pave an the business because that Corpora-
area around the Port St. Joe High ition was low on all the major
School Gymnasium .and Lunch items. After further consideration,
Room, including parking facilities, there was a motion by Comm. Har-
After discussion. the Chairman an- den, seconded by Comm. Strickland
nounced 'that the :two. Bo.ard. 'will unanimously carried, that all gaso-
have to mee.f together to .discuss tlne,..fuel oil, diesel fuel, lubricant,
the costs involved-in such a project motor oil, etc., be purchased from
before a decision can be made. Bids the Gulf Oil Corp. beginning No-
were received from the following member 15, 1959, .and :hrougr No-
firms to furnish the County its member 14, 1960.
needs for gasoline, diesel fuel, meo-
tor oil, lubricants, etc., for the year -The Board directed the Clerk to
beginning November 15, 1959, to- place the following names on the
wit: ]Mother's Pension Roll, beginning
Standard Oil Company, Gulf Oil this .date, to-wit: Sybil Gortman
Corporation and Wewa Hardware $9.00 and Josie Odom $9.00.
Co., The bids were as follows: The Clerk read a letter from the
Standard Oil: Hi test gas. no U. S. Army Engineers with refer-
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.the U. S. property near Cape San hte public records of Gulf County,
Blas to State Road No. 30, request- Florida, said application having been
ing the County to issue the U. S. duly filed ,pursuant to Section 253.-
a right .of entry to do the paving 122, Florida Statutes; and .
as outlined in said letter. After WHEREAS, at the public hearing
discussion, it was decided that the held this date, of which at least
right of -entry could not be granted thirty days' prior notice had been
at this time. given by publication for three con-
Comm. Strickland told the Board secutive weeks in a newspaper hav-
that G. C. Dykes, S. T. Morris and ing general circulation in Gulf
W. B. Coppedge did not receive a County, Florida (as will appear
vacation last year 'because funds in from the Proof of Publication -on
the Mosquito Control District was file with this Board) and there be-
exhausted; that because these men ing no objection on thereto, the es
were due a vacation, but did not tablishment of such bulkhead was
receive it; that he thought it noth- duly approved on recommendation
ing but right to give these men two of the County Engineer. .
weeks vacation this year. After dis- NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
cussion, Oomm. Strickland moved SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
to give each of the above named COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -OF
employees a two week vacation GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA, in pe-
this year, motion seconded by -cial session on this the 16 day of
Comm. Tharpe -and unanimously November, 1959, as follows:
carried. Section 1..That subject to *formal
All payrolls for-the month of Oc- approval by 'the Trustees of the
tober were approved and ratified Internal Improvement und of the
as paid. State of Florida, a bulk-head line
There being no further business, in Ste Joseph's Bay offshore the
the meeting did then adjourn. Easterly shoreline. of said St. Jo-
ATTEST: seph's Bay, lying and being in See- I
George Y. Core George W. Cooper tion 13, 14, 23, 24, 26, 35 and. 36, f
Clerk Chairman Township 8 South, Range 11 West
and Section 2, Township 9 South,
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA Range 11 West, Gulf County, Flor-
November 16, 1959 ida, .be and the same is hereby es-
The Board of County Commis- tablished, said bulkhead line being
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, described as follows:
met in special session with the fol- Commence at the Southeast cor-
lowing members present: George ner of the -North half 'of frac-
W. Cooper, Chairman, E. C. H-ar- tional Section 2, Township 9
den, Sr., A. J. Strickland and Cole- South, Range 11 West and ex- t
man W. Tharpe. The Clerk, Sheriff, tend a line Westerly along the
Attorney and Engineer were also South line of the North half of
present. said Fractional- Section 2 for
The meeting came to order at 3700.0 feet to 'the Noithern end
6:30 p.m. of that,certain bulkhead line s-
Visitors present were: Roy F. Ir- tablished for McNeill & Hollin-
win, H. C. Brown, George G. Tap- ger in September, 1959, for a
per, Tom S. Coldewey and Silas R. point of beginning. -.From the
Stone. above point of beginning turn .
The Chairman announced that 1,.1 degrees iRl' right from the
this meeting is called, pursuant to lino last d-.-:'-ribed above? and
Notice published in the Gulf Coun- extend a line Northerly that Is
ty Breeze and for .the purpose of parallel to and 3700.0 feet Westa
hearing any objections on -corn- of the East line uf s id Fraction.
ments on the petition of the St. al Section 2 for 2640'.u feet to a
Joe Paper Company requesting this point on a Westerly extension
Board to establish a -bulkhead line of the South line of Fractional,
off the East ,shore of St. Joseph's Section 35, Township 8 South,
Bay. Range 11 West; then continue
Hon. Silas R. Stone, Attorney the above line for 5280.0 feet to
and Agent for the St. Joe Paper a point on a'Westerly .extension
Company advised 'the Board that of the South line of.Fractional
the proper Notice of .Hearing had Section 26, Townsh1p 8 South,
been advertised according to law. Range 11 West; then turn 14 de-
The proof of ;publication, was then grees. 03' right and. extend a line
filed with the Clehrk. Northeasterly for 5,4156 feet to
The Chairman called for objec- a point on a Westerly extension
tinos- to or comments against the of the South line of Fractional
establishing of 'the bulkhead line Section 23, Township 8 South,
called for in the petition. Range 11 West; then continue
No objections- or comments htis 'line for.5,456 feet,to a point
against the petition were register- on a Westerly extension of the
ed. South line of theoretical Section
After consideration, Comm. Har- 14, Township 8 South, Range 11
.den offered the following resolu- West; th en turn 7 degrees, 18'
tipn and moved for its adoption, left 'and extend a line North-
seconded by Comm. Strickland and easterly .fo-5317 'plus feet to a
upon vote was unanimously adopt- point on a Westerly extension
ed, to-wit: -of the South line of theoretical
RESOLUTION Sectioni 11, Town.ship 9 South,
WHEREAS, upon the application Range 11 West. which is also a
of St. Joe Paper Company, this Westerly extension uf the South
Board has-been requested 'to estab- City. Limits line of the City of
lish a. bulkhead line in St. Joseph's Port St. Joe, Florida.
Bay ,oft'sbore the Easterly shoreline Section 2. That a cerlfl.ed copy
of said St. Jo.cepti' Bay. :,u'ng and of this Resolutlon be' forthwitn
being-in.Sections 13, 14, 23, 24, 26, transmitted to the Trtusees of'the
35, -and 36, Township .8 South, Internal Improvement prepared or
Range 11 West and Section 2, approved by the County Engineer
Township 9. South, Range 11 West, showing the location of the above
Gulf County, Florida, according to described Ubnillhead line.


Adopted the 16th day of Novem-
ber 1959.
Mr. Ernest C. Paschal and Mr.
George E. Moore, U. S: Corps of
Engineers, Mobile, Alabama, ap-
peared before the Board 'and re-
quested the County to furnish the
U. S. Army Air Force a right of
way and right-of-entry for construc-
tion for a 50 foot strip of land, be-
ginning at State Road 30 and fol-
lowing the old Cape San Blas road
to the East line of the U. S. Air
Force property near Cape San Blas
and further requested a right to
construct a 9 foot, oyster shell base
road from the coast guard station
to Eagle Harbor. After much dis-
cussion, the Board announced that
Cotinty would .secure the right-of-
way- from State Road 30 to the U.
S.. Air 'Force property, -and also ob-
tain an easement for the 9 fopt
road. subject to the State Road De-
parl ImDnatapproving the type. of
construction from State Road 30
to the U. S. Air Force property and
will accept said road for mainten-
ance, and also providing .that the
U. S. A. will give the Counyt a 100
foot right-of-way across -all U. S.
Propertli3. from State Road 30 -to
St. Joe Point. Mr. Paschall agreed
to 'these conditions, subject to ap-
proval of his Superiors.
The County agreed 'to begin se-
curting the Right-,:of-Way" and ease-
ments from the private land own-
ers involved.
There being no further business
the meeting did -then adjourn.
ATTEST:
George Y. Gore George W. Cooper
Clerk Chairman
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CARD OF THANKS
To all of my friends:
I wish to -thank you for 'all of
the prayers, beautiful flowers and
father expreaasons of your thought-
ilUness shown me during my ill-
aess. -They were a source of .great
help to me Which I will never for-
get .
MRS. JOHN P. LOVETT


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1959


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New St. Joe Mlil Will Mean A "Gold

Mine" for Hardwood Land Owners

In the DuPont interests announcement of another big pulp
product mill for Port St. Joe, there is economic significance for the
Big Bend far overshadowing the cost of the plant and its operat-
ing payroll. i g
It would be enough to rejoice at the '$13,500,000 construc-
tion outlay and the 300 jobs the mill will provide, but this plant
will for the first time give us the means to use one of our neglected
resources in this part of the nation -- hardwood.
Other pulp and paper plants in the South operate almost
entirely with pine as their raw material, and from that use over
the past-20 years has developed an extensive and profitable land
operation known as pine tree farming.
This new plant at St. Joe will make the wiggly layer of
paper which, sandwiched between two layers of flat paper, forms
corrugated cardboard. We are told that a corrugated layer made
of hardwoods -, oak, gum, hickory, tupelo, and the like -- will
provide much tougher packing boxes than one of pine.
A tremendous volume of these hardwoods grows in North
Florida and the neighboring areas of Georgia and Alabama from
which the new St. Joe mill will draw its raw material.
Much of it is cut for lumber, for veneer, for furniture fac-
tories and for special uses But these products take only the large
portions nearest the ground from the straightest trees. The tops
of the felled trees, and the crooked or spindly trees, generally
are left to rot or' to serve a limited demand for firewood.
Now there will be a pulp wood mill nearby to devour these
wasted portions and these inferior trees.
This will make it profitable for the landowner to do with
his hardwoods what he has learned to do with his pines: cull out
the scraggly trees and-sell them for pulp, giving the better trees a
chance to grow straighter and faster for lumber use; then get a
secondary income, from the tops and branches of the good trees.
Beginning of operation at this new Port St. Joe mill in
1961 is going to be something like the discovery of gold for a
lot of landowners in a radius of a hundred miles or more from
Port St. Joe.


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Much is being written lately about the seeming lack of
decency censorship on the part of the movie industry and tele-


TOO LATE TO

CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY

The December issue of the Read-
er's Digest carries a splendid arti-
,cle by Ben Lucien Burman about
our Seminole Indians. I liked it par-
ticularly because from my personal
experience with the Seminoles and
knowledge of their character and
customs, I found that the author's
story entitled, "Florida's First Fam-
ilies, the Seminoles," was autlen-
tic.
Florida has reason to be proud
of her Indian population for they
are a fine people, proud, honorable,
gentle and peace loving. In 1925
it was my privilege to visit % num-
ber ,of Indian villages deep in the
heart -of the 'Glades in company,
with the late Stanley Hanson of
Ft. Myers, who was then 'Indian

Agent.
Hanson spoke the native tongue
of both the -Cow Creeks ,and he
Miocosukees, the two tribes that
make up the Seminole Nation. A
stranger does not find it easy to
get acquainted with the Indians un-
less he comes properly introduced
by someone the Indians know and
trust.
In his article, Burman tells of the
Indian's deep respect for all forms
of life and I can personally vouch;
'.for this. As a member of Ithe Tami-
ami Trail blazers in 1923, our party.
with two Indian guides, one of them
a high ranking medicine man, ar-
rived at the head of the Turner
River to find a pool alive with
moccasin snakes. One of our party
killed a large snake and the In-
dianas were so disturbed that it was
all Stanley Hanson could 'do to pa-
cify them.
He finally made them understand
that the White man is ignorant of
the Indian's philosophy and in kill-
ing the 'snake did not mean to break
a traditional law or offend.
The Indian reasons that he has
no right to harm the wild creatures
of his domain-except to obtain food.
He tells you that they were there
first and it is their home and was
'before even the Indian came. He
explained that the Indians do ot
fear the snake for he is their friend
and if they mind their business, he
will mind his.
To prove this one of our guides
offered to put on 'a demonstration
for our benefit. Then he walked
among those crawling snakes on
the bank of the pool stepping over
and around them. Not one made a
pass at him. They simply wiggled
out of his path letting 'him pass
unharmed. They call the rattle-
snake a kind snake because he
always gives warning before he
,strikes.
On another occasion, in company
with Hanson an some deer hunt-
ers we made camp in 'the heart of
the Indian country. One of our par-
ty carefully wrapped his. billfold
and watch 'in a handkerchief and
placed it under his blanket *roll
when he retired. Hanson laughed
at him when he .said he was afraid
some Indian might steal his valu-
ables.


vision programs. And, we must admit,- some of this criticism
is warranted. "The only Seminole who ever
But, of course, on the other hand, both e also stol anythingg" Hanson said, "is
turning out some top notch entertainment and programming. on who was aught to steal by a
But, alas, the good practices do not do away with the bad. Hanson took his wallet and watch
And it would seem, that the entertainment labeled "indecent" by and set -themr on a stump several
these articles are beginning to outmaneuver the good entertain- hundred yards from camp and of-
ment for the best showing dates, programming, etc.
It is as the writers say. But who is to blame for this state
of affairs? The movie industry? The television industry? Cer-'
tainly not. .These two media are in business to make money. In
order to sell their product, they must produce what the public Gulf Life
has demonstrated it wants -filth and indecency in its "enter- ADAPT A
tainment". This lays the blame for the current trend directly at
the feet of you and I, the consuming 'public. y u
If we are to expect clean entertainment, we must let our Fits yo
feelings be known, both vocally and financially. We are going changing
to, continue to receive the type entertainment that "draws the needs
crowds".


Some places of entertainment try to salve off the type en-
tertainment they offer by labeling it "adults only". We contend
that if entertainment is unfit for children it is also unfit for
adults.
Luckily in our section of the country, we. don't see too
much of this. But you can bet that if we don't lend our support
to the fight for decent entertainment the day will come when
our choice of recreation will be limited to the indecent.



A Good Newspaper

Editor Floyd W. Shaylor of the Plain City, Ohio, Advo-
cate, has something important to say about newspapers: "A
strong editorial policy is the best indication of a good newspaper.
It matters not whether an individual agrees with what a news-
paper says editorially -- it does matter a great deal as to whe-
ther the reader, through the medium of the editorial, gives con-
sideration and thought to the subject at hand. If he strongly op-
poses a newspaper's opinion, it is all for the best since it indicates
that he has read and considered the subject and has found it to
be contrary to his, own beliefs We will never complain be-
cause we have accomplished. our real purpose -- that of caus-
ing you to read what we have to sayl"


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buy for tomorrow can
help meet today's needs
... thanks to the
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INSURANCE
COMPANY


C. B. Greif, Jr.
0.' M. Taylor
Lamar Hill


Lawson Bldg.
k


at 3rd St.


.lWE'RE right in the heart of
T guest greeting season. Enthusi-
astic hostesses search for striking
ideas to highlight their holiday
buffet. A wise hostess relies on
quick foods from her "cantry" .
cans of savory spaghetti in tomato
sauce with cheese and c.'i:,ivi.-ri
cans of boned chicken. Conibii,-
the two fori a casserole both fla-
vorful and pretty, made in just
seconds on top of the range. Serve
in a handsome chafing dish for an
elegant entree, Chicken Italienne,
a'tingle with onion and herb sea-
soning.
For a warm "little supper" at-
mosphere complete the menu with
toasted English .muffins, a chilled,
crisp 'green salad and lots of
piping hot coffee':served from your
favorite carafe. Fill a favorite
glass bowl with Tinted Peaches
to catch the sparkle of the gleam-
lig candle light.


FNS
This menu of sheer. simplicityy
is designed, to enhance your re-
putation as an accomplished hos-
tess. From start to finish it is
a snap to, prepare, delightful to
look at .. and delicious!
Chicken Italienne
1 tablespoon butter or margarine, .
melted
1/ cup chopped onion
1/ teaspoon oregano .
1 can (5 ounces) boned chicken ,
2 cans (15% ounces each) .
spaghetti In tomato sauce
with cheese .
In butter cook onion and ore--
gano.. Add chicken and spaghetti.
Heat thoroughly. Makes 4 to 6
servings. (For buffet service, keep
hot in chafing dish over alcohol
lamp or candle warmer.)
Tinted Peaches
Pour one package of just thawed
frozen red raspberries over a
16-ounce package of frozen sliced
peaches. Serve when a few of the
ice crystals are still remaining. FNS


feared to bet any of us that -they Following Indian trails through
would be there in the morning or thhe 'Glades you will occasionally
the following month provided no come upon .a thatch-roofed shelter.
White man happened along. Here you will find a 'good supply


WE
ARE YOUR
PRESCRIPTION

PHARMACY
When Illness strikes you or a
loved one, the medication your
physician prescribes is unaur- i
passed in importance. Fortun-
ately, great progress has been
made in pharmaceutical re-
search. Modern drugs are high-
ly effective. They are entirely
new. and different. They bear
no resemblance to the 35-cent prescription of 1939. We are proud
to be a part of the pharmaceutical profession, which is dedicated
to the restoration of health the saving and prolongation of
life. We hope you do not require pharmaceutical assistance, but,
should the need arise, you may be sure we are prepared to serve
you.

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


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, PIa. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1959

of salt and a string of dried veni- If you would know more about
son. Any traveler is welcome to use the Seminoles, I certainly reo6im-
the salt or venison if he needs it mend Ben Lucien. Burman's artile
and make us of the shelter, but if in 'the December Reader's Digest.
'he does 'so he is obligated to re- You will find it interesting and au-
place what he may take. thentic.


FIRE


WOOD


$7.50 load

CALL DUREN'S STORE

Phone BAII 7-3171


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e Bars up to 44"
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^


FADELD...
WEAK...
SSNOWY"
TV Pictures
usually mean


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poor reception... have your. antenna -
checked first. After 3 years, your an-
tenna is probably over-aged. Yop
may not see anything wrong, but its /
original power has been lost due to
corrosion and weather damage... re-
sulting in faded, weak, or "snowy"
reception.
If you have any of these problems, then it's a good idea
to have your antenna replaced. But this time install
an antenna that you can rely on to provide more
years of peak performance. The antenna we recom-
mend is the famous Channel Master T-W. No other
antenna is so ruggedly built to give you extra years of
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NOW LOCATED AT 308 FOURTH ST.
FACTORY SUPERVISED TECHNICIANS
- REPAIR WORK DONE ON ALL MAKES RADIOS and TV -
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SEE FORESTRY DEMONSTRATION-Above are several scenes ta-
ken at the annual Forest Fire demonstration given by the Gulf
Cu'.iuri Fire (Cutrol U.nit with ,the .cooperation of the local Fire
Prevention Committee and the Woodlands Division of the St. Joe
Paper Company. The program is designed ito. acquaint children
v.tfli the dangers of wild !-re in lthe woods. Pictured above left,


Glf County Sixth Grade Stdents

Complete Forestry Demonstration Series
Tiine ma.ii1.l series of forestry de- hitchka; James Polite and Miss,
-miouistratioLns. which included all IGv. andulh.i Ingrain, Wewa colored
sixth graders in Gulf County ended school.
Jast veiek ,iith the classes of Frank The six demonstrations, 'held at
Barnei and Mrs. Helen Burkett of the White City Fire Tower under
'the Port St. Toe Elementary School. direction of Florida Forest Service
Oth'e tea.i-ersw, who with th.ir Ranger Mil'ton Strieugti. were spon-
classes took part in earlier pro- sored by ,the Gulf County Fire Con-
grats are: Billy Barlow ,iud Mikis trol Unit with the cooperation of
Juaulta KiiLchen, l-'.rt St. Joe; Hi.o- ,iii- local Fire Prevention Commit-
vser H. Herrington, Prmincuisal, High- tee anid the Woodlands Division, St.
isLd View, MPri. Madge Semmanes Joe Paper Co pany Underd the
and Mrs. Charles Gaskin, Wewa- strictt supervision of FFS employee,


You Are Cordial y 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 TR;IlNING UNION-- 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME


Port St. Joe children inspect the short wave radio. .C,.'er, .i
James Fire Tower. Right, Wewahitchka children take t;Iue for'
lunch. Bottom left, Port St. ,Joo hildre;u look over ,fire lane ptow.
Right, Highland View children locate an imaginary fir-e itan the
Fire Tower triangulation instrument. A story of this activity, will
be found on page one. (PbhtL.: by W'oodlan.. Dlv., SJPC)


Archie Marshall, the children in Thi.- pr;--.:t includes construction
groups, of five climbed ,tie White of '..ic t. ers at Cai. n
City tower, ninety feet high, and Blas, two near Destin -and one on
were shown by dispatcher J. H. Saut. Roa Island, and modifica-


Pope how fires are .-pot&.ed .d lo-
cated and how fire fighting opera-
tions are directed o,. short wave
radio. Then followed a demonatra-
tion of all o.ulptwuot used In fire
#prevention and control. Affairs
wound up with a picnic lunch-and
a fiMa strip showing the 'LeIal AS-
ipects of ar,;Ile'Ls woods .ruiLtuig.
Count Ranger Alton i-ardy and
.all other pe.ri.ou inrolved wish to
take this opportLLUmy ,to t!,nk the
school officialI and parents along
with the general tMili: for their
wholehearted cooperation In this
project Such cooperation has made
Galf ',. leader -among the counties
of Flurida I. fire prviv.niior.
This lunLtii a)sn. at 3ILU "Di. -
orite bect isauling or dee r stind
you will probably ee a bright yel-
low sign. Your sil. graIl, obii
can -tell you what it says. "Please
Be Careful With Fire"-Keep Gulf
county Green.


Cape San Bias Gets
More Construction


MOBILE, Ala.-Bids tor coarscru-e.
tion of support facilities for the
lEglin Air Force Base Guided Mis-
sile Test Center were requested
by Army Engineers Friday.


tion-, -f rtou.' similar .towers on San-
ta Rosa.



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IYour first look at the new M\.-r>ury,;
on our showroom floor will tell you
.-.om.-thing fine has happened. We
eall it a classic design. Briefly, we
mean that every detail, from every
angl.r, marks this as a trim, tasteful,
quality car. Now take another look
_a close-up-at the price sticker
on the windshield. The happy fact
M i is Mercury actually is priced be-
neath every car in its field, now
priced within $50 of leading "low-
price name" cars. Can you afford,
not to give this beautiful quality.
car very thorough consideration?
Mercury ijr.r. i door Sedan andl r l.. (
poWered ia--,r -Ja. model .of ipte rue l "low-price
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1
S.PR St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship .. 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
^ Worship Hou 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour. 7s30 p.m.


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THE STAR,'0ort 't8 Joe,'plorida THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 195 NOTICE OF ELECTION each genra contractor who .. ll WAF are eligible for training at
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIST- mits a bon.aide bid, and all other J 10V h s Wit nesses rlan Full Slate most of .the Air orce technical
RIOT NO. 1, GULF COUNTY, deposit s will be refunded with de- schools amd they may be selected
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING pPursuantFORDAecon 23.39 Of the deieryn ot of r "uon Of Bible Education and ChristianServiceo
Florida School Laws, notice is return of all documents in good O__Candidate School to earn commis-
hereby given that the next Re-gular condition within less. than ten (10) sions as second lieutenants.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished FOR SALE: 3 choice corner lots at Biennial Election in Speciai Tax days after date of the opening of i"Jehovabh's Witnesses. of Port St. Women Women applying for enlistment
cottages. $45 per month. Ander. White City. Adjoining canal. See District No. 1 (county wide) is call- bids. Additional sets of .plans and Joe announce a full schedule of Bi- Women Vital To
on Cottages, St. Joe Beach. tto Braxton Ward or call 7-3816. tfc- ed for Tuesday, the 8th day of De- pecUications may be obtained p- ,ble education and Christia service in the Air Force must be 1high
FOR SALE cembrf, A. D., 1959, for the said on payment oi $3I'.t which pay- oblr edcmin a school graduates or present proof
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom 3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir- district to- determine the rate of ,ment will not be subject to refund, or the omng week. Al gram of having ,ompeted the hgh
attractively furnished apart- cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's village to be assessed and collect- Cashier's check, Certified check Thursday, 7:30 ,p.m. the Witness- school level General Education De-
ments. Cool in summer, warm In equity. ed on the property therein for the or Bid Bond for not less than 5 es meet at the Kingdom Hall on
winter. Gas heat, window fans. 4 new bomes being built o- Bel- -sxt ensuing two (2) years, and -to of the amount of the bid .must ac- Fifth S.treetn Apalachicola for the "Women play a vital role in to- velopment Test; be between the
They have to be seen to be appre- lamy Ciroie. FHA financing. To be elect three (3) trustees for the di- ruompany each .proposal. Fav' Utreet. S. Air Force t rough tlhir ages of 18 and 34 (those under 21
elated. Also nice Trailer parking completed within next 30 days. trict for the next ensuing two (2) Performance, Labor and Material regular ministry school asd'service must hae the parents consent;
space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. W. Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small years (no two trustees shall be Bond and Workman's Compensa- training activities. L. R. Paterson ability ,t- performed many military ust have her par dents' condents
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail- down payment. Small monthly .pay- elected. from any one Sclhol, Board tion insurance will be required of conducts the third of a series of occupations .formerly assi;ned to be unmaried; have no dependents
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20 mnta. Member Residenc- Districti. All the successful bidder. ms' t e lnen". ac -ording to i.-Sgt. C. L. under 18 years or age; be of high
FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill PRIDGEON AGENCY qualified elector residets within The Owner reserves the right to session devoted to the developing Ar Force recruiter 118 undeoral 18 character; and meet the of phy
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone 411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 said district (County wide' who reject any or all bids and to waive the theme, "Teach Those Who Hun- loca l Force recruiter, 118ircal charequirements.
Contact Silas R. Stone eet,Pan. il requirements.
Ppays taxes ou real and personal r:chlnicalities in bidding. ger and Thirst for Righteousness". More details about oppotreet Paaa City.r-
Phone 7-7161 .tfO-10-22 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with ,property and are otherwise quali- No bidder may withdraw his bid t S:30 p.m. R. W. Suttle of Port Thte wide scope of .sianmeut Mo he or
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom apartment building on rear of field according to law, are entitled for a period ofthirty (30) day af- reverence available to women is indicated in tnlies for women n th Air orce
house. $40.00 per month. Phone l]t. 2 bedroom unfurnished apart- to vote at said election. It is de- te-r date set for the opening there- i.t- vthe fact that 85 per cent of airmen are available from Sergeant Blair,
7-5341. Frank LeHardy. tfc-11-5 meat upstairs, 2 bedroom furnished termined that ten (10) mills will of. of Christlan missionaries who ar at 118 East Fourth Street, Caen-
apartment downstairs. Contact Rev. be necessary to maintain a unitorm MAYOR J. L. SHARIT, Chmn. teaching God's Kingdom in foreign arer fields are open to women, ters' Building, Panama City, Tele-
FOR RENT: 1, 2 and 3 bedroom A. G. McKeithen, 1207 Llsenby Ave, system of Florida schools "-.ithin -Hospital Authority of lands WAFs are handling many impor-
furnished houses. Call J. D. Clark T hone PO 3-2440, Panama City, Fla. said district. Port St. Joe. Florlda tent ,and highly technical opera- ph-one PO 3-1301.
after 4:00 p.m., *BAIl 7-7771. FOR SALE: l1-foot Lone Star Mo. Precinct 1, 2,. 3 and 4 will vote Norman P. Gross, Architect Sunday, 3:00 p.m. R. H. Peavey tions.
FOR RENT: 3 houses at beach, un- terey with 35 hp. Big Twin Evin- in City Halld Wewrir.:hL The P Bo 20 speak to Jehva Wnsss Pilots flying into an Air Force
f m-nished. One furnished house rude motor. Com.plee remote con- plrhod rs are Moo MrL a r- a ih, S F-63d 41 the Bible's answer to "Everlasting base are no longer startled to hear
at Mexico Beach. One furnished trol equipment. Heavy duty trailer.CLife". Is it a m y
house, corner Woodward and Ninth All like new. Take up payments y via Pits and Mrs. Rose Campbell, has n re a feminine. voice giving them effi-
St. Phone 7-3171 or 7-5511, I. W. Wimberly Pontiac Co. Phone 7-3411. inspectors. 5, 9 10 wi eath e or to li fe client, concise adio directions from
Precincts 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will do? is death -the door to life?" 4-" 00 the* control tower," Blair said.
Duren. ,ti-11-19 FOUND: Valuable ring at .football vote in the City Hall in Port St. p.m. R. L. Paterson conducts the "W codeol ownd Bladecode secret
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart- field after Bay High football Joe, with the following poll hold- --question and answer Bible study ode e sec
meant for couple only. Phone no. game. Owner may have by identi- era: Mrs. Hazel Ferrell, Clerk; he current tcto r r messages, operate photo-raphic lab-
7-7641. Mrs. A. M. Jones. tfc-11-19 fying and paying for this ad. Con- Mrs. Harold Chafin, Mrs. Zola Mad- rm the current atchoratories, perform medical duties,
- -tact John McKenzie or ,phone BAll dox and Mrs. T. 0. Richards, In- -- .-- cle entitled, "Showing Concern For operate ,radio., .and teletype ma-
FOR SALE: $560 Lionell Train Set 7-3071. 4tp-10-28 spectors. Man's Survival into Peac.." Chil- te ad serve as personnel
$250, including benchwork; .22 ATTEST: AatIE A s and serve as personnel
rifle, $20; 6%" new power hand saw SEPTIC TANKS .pumped out. Call Thomas A. Owens CLASSIFIEDADdrenas well as, adults particlpate specia.ts to mention a few of
$39; 16 mm. sound movie projector, Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for Superintendentl Mdget I tment wth in the Bible study. the assignue-ur open to womenn"
$100; 5% hp. Evinrude outboard, qIck expert service. tfe Joseph K. Whitfteld gTuesday, :,0 p.m. R. W. Greyretirement and other bene-
$100. W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Chairman 5t-11- Giant Retrn nolds of Port St. Joe meet th i Is offered to women enlist in
Meetings at Moose Hall. 310 Witnesses at 121 Second Avenue .-,. -


FOR SALE: Lots on Hunter Circle. Fourth St. Meeting night every A NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS to .study the "'Prophetic neanieias offered .to en. D '
150 x 185. Phone PO 3-6150, Pan- other Monday. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS of 'Times' and 'Days' and the
ama? Ciy. 2tp-11-26 THERE WILL BE a regular com- Sealed bids will be received in '1,290 Days' set forth in ianiel.
FOR SALE: GMC 2-ton truck. Dual munication of Port St. Joe Lodge duplicate by the Por-r St. Joe Hos. This study is based on the latest
wheels, stake bed. See W. Buck- No. 111, F&AM every first and pital Authority, Mayor J. L. Sharit, Dublication entitled "Your Will Be
lob at Mexico Beach, 9-1113. tfc third Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Chairman, in the Chambers of the publication tiled, "Your ill Be RESTAURANT
"-... .A" OCity Commission at the City Hall in Done On Earth". .,
FOR SALE: Kenmore Automatic Port St. Joe, Florida, up to 1:30 Jehovah's Witnessem zeal for at Mexico Beach
Washing .machine. $40.00. Phone P.M. (ESTi, December 17, 1959,'at om m er l searching the Scriptures is inspir-
7-8786. lte ED McFARLAND, W. M. whiich time and place all bids* will -
ROY L. BURCH, Secretary be publicly opened and read aloud d by the seriousness of .the b times OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY FOR
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom well built All Master Masons cordially invited for the construction of and addi-. .in which we live, and their keenu
house. Mexico Beach. Phone tiNS "nso Municipal Houpial, Port desire for peadoanrd righteousness
o.,o oo ;,,,', .^ W Wi ^^ TURKEY and HAM DINNERS
9-1113, W. Bucklohl. tfc-10-1 SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, I. 0. St.. Jo, Florida, Fl, rida Project i-promotes their door t door min i.-
0. F.-Meeta first and third, 57-A.
MEXICO BEACH RENTALS Fridays, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic Type of Construction-Steel bar try which is based on Jes.uJ' co- -
1 bedroom furnished apts. $40.00 Hall. All members urged .to attend. joists on load bearing walls, con- mniand -to -.preach the gospelof the 11:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M
qer month. 2 bedroom furnished Noble Grand: Chris Martin create block stuccoed on exterior. AS Kingdom to all nations" in.prepara-
fapts. $50.00&to $60.00 per month. Secretary: W. H. Weeks Prestressed oule T' concrete CE tion for the end ---
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. floors w-it-h 2" con-rt- topping S
$50.00 per month. Residential and ,1. A. M.-Regular convocation of floors ith 2" concrete topping.
commer cial lots. Terms. Duplex for St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A. The project consists of patient ts
sale, good income, terms. M., 2nd and tth Mondays. All visit- bedrooms, operating uite, delivery
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE ing brothers welcome. Robert L. suite offices, lemeranv uite, wait-
C. M. Parker; Reg. Real Estate Bro. Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R. tie office roms, toilemerts, an-ray utdepa, ait- SPECIALIZNG N OUTSIDE FINANCING
Phone I9-15 partSt.o i S ecretary. Ing g- rooms, toiler, xray depait- SPECIALIZING NO OUTSIDE FINANCING
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port 3 St. Joe Maie, Secretary. ment, laboratory-and storage areas, in all' types of business forms FREE DELIVERY WITHIN
Mal: Box 123, Mexico Bas Sta. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in approximately 19,000 square feet of and stationery. Also print pub- .100 MILE RADIUS
Panama City, Fla. saving money see us for anything 'new construction. Alteration_ con- locations. .0_E, I
you need in your home. STOP and sist of removing p.rtitions, doors, A
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser SWAP SHOP. windows. etc. in existing building. REASONABLE PRICES
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two, Existing roof to be removed and for top quality jobs. Work
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 new flat roof poured on steel forms guaranteed.
Glbson or call BAll 7-5771.RE $ over entire area.guraneed
Gibsonhour. Cut -your lawn 'and let me Plan.'and spci[ficatins and con- CREATIVE DESIGNING Ju St in im e fOr Cl risIt as!
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Pric- worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf tract do.umeit- may be Inspected of letterheads. Call or come j "n t 1 e f l h Ia .
ed to sell. Hardwood floors. 5212 Service Station. Aubrey R. Tomlin- at the office of the Ar,.hite-.t. Nor- in today. .
Fourth St., Call 7-8591. ttc-11-12 sun,. Phone 7-7501. man P. Gross, .423 West Beach N ew. S f
,- -- -- Drive, .Pananj.a City, Florida, and TH A
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house .t WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, may b e procured by general co- A R elow prices am ou s
White City. With 8 lots. Reason- THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- tractors from the Architect upon a
able. Call BAIl 7-8708. 4tp-11-12 Ing first and third Thursday nights deposit of $75.i.0. The full anioutn PHONE 7-3161
8:00 .p.m., American Legion Home. of the deposit will be returned to S.
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WMU Vissi-
The WMU of ,the Highland View
Baptist Church met Monday after-
noon at the church for their regu-
lar program. The group opened the
meeting by repeating the WIMU
watchword, song, prayer calendar
and a prayer led by Mrs. Ted Whit-
field. Scripture was read respon-
sively by Mrs. Lillie Richter and
Mrs. E. R. DuBose.


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SHOWER HOSTESSES and HONOREE-Pictured above, left to -right are Mrs. A. D. Roberts, mother
of Valeria Roberts, bride-eleot and Shower ,honoree, Mlss-Roberte, Mrs. Edna Floyd and Mrs. Yvonne
Rogers, co-hostessas. (Star photo)


The program was on "Hong
Kong". Those on ,the program were
Mrs. Phyllis Price, Mrs. Lillie
Richter, Mrs. Belle DuBose, Mrs.
Ted Whitfield, Mrs. J. N. Dobbs
and Mirs. Coleman Tharpe.
The meeting was dismissed with
the members singing the WMU
prayer song.
There were 14 present with all
Sunbeams active,


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Miss Valerla Roberts was hon- the guests with .punch, cookies,
ored with a miscellaneous shower heart-shaped sandwiches and mints.
November 20 :at the Florida Power The gift .table was covered with
Corporation Lounge. a white linen cloth with arrange-
The hostesses Mrs. Edna Floyd {meInts of fern and red mums around
and Mrs. Yvonne Rogers served the edges. A miniature bride and


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+-Continental style saddle
Kickstand and chrome tire pump
s Chrome bike bell for safety plus
o Long-lasting shiny chrome handle bars, rimsL



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Diamond style lightweight frame
a Fast-moving 26 x 1%-inch tires
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o Flashy black finish, gold trinity

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Ogroom. wa. f', atu-.' o. he en ter
of the table.
I The honoree received gifts from
Mrs. Ida Bel C I. :. Mirs. C. G.
Costi.n, Jr., MVrs. Helen Clements,
Airs. Robert Buchert, Mrs. Will
-amsey, 'irs. H. S. Lilius, Mrs.
Rush Chism, Miss Delores Chism,
Mrs. WV. Chain, Mrs. Nora
Beasley, Mrs. Lillie Richter, Mrs.
Walter Armstrong, Miss, Jeanette
Armstrong, Mrs. Jessie Core, Mrs.
Leo Kennedy, Mrs. Yvonne Rogers,
Mrs. Ruth Harbuck, Mrs. E. F.
Gunn, Mrs. W. C. Goodson, Mrs. W.
T Moseley, Jr., Mrs A .D. Roberts,
Mrs. Emmette Daniell, Mrs. J. C.
Price, Mrs. Edna Floyd,, Mrs. J. N.
Dobbs, Mrs. Ted Richards, Miss
Helen Richards, Mrs. P. T. McCor-
mick, Mrs. Fayette Schroeder, Miss
Betty Butts, Miss Betty Louis and
Miss Louise Richfter.






Jim Floyd of the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission gave the
Rotary Club a little pre-h-anting
season advice at their regular
meeting last Thursday.
Floyd said that squirrels could
be found on the big mrver; quail any-
where in the state of Florida; deer
on the Gaskin reserve, ibut turkey
were spasmodic. Floyd said that
the season had been 'good for squir-
. rel and quail. This game is In abun-
dance. Deer 1is about as usual buat
turkeys are spotted. Floyd said the


turkey breeding had been hindered
in some spots by drought and too
much water.
Floyd showed great concern to
the Club over the waterfoul popu-
lation-ducks and geese. He said
that the 'traditional breeding grounds
of these birds had been hit by tre-
mendous drought. "Some of the
breeding grounds have been des-
troyed leaving ,the towl a smaller
area in which to breed.
Floyd said that as a result of the
duck breeding season, greater re-
strictions had been placed on 'their
taking. Red head, Canvassback,
Ruddy Duck bags, 'have been re-
duced to ,one per day. Wood ducks,
a native bird have been increased
to two. Others are still four per
day. In addition 'to greater restric-
tions duck stamp 'prices have {been
increased !to $3.00. The extra dol-
lar Is to be used to buy additional
breeding grounds, for waterfowl.
Duck hunting .' ;: hj. been re- .
diced. Shooting .i. .. o e- .,
duced .one hour p :.- im-
its have 'been reduced -to suariss k
*to sunset. According to Floyd this
was, .done to ,provide ,mor- light to
.h...-. for easier ideatiflcation of
species and.'to prevent ."-I.'- of.
game through. limited vision. .
Guests of the club were Ren I ,Un-
d'erwood of Memphis, Tenn.; ih i
Eberaole of Macon, Ga.; Re v
'i.tii ,' of Opelika, Ala., Ii.',
Kerr of1 .- ." -'I : Calif., :
Matthaws and Bill E::- of.
ama City, Rev. E. 0, Bradley,. '
McIntosh and Don Lentz small of
St. Joe.





By HAZEL CREAMER I
Phone 7-4976

Mrs. Ruth Williams and dai-,:
ter Laura were in Pensacola Tb!.
day. Laura going for a mued '.
check-up. Her many friends i'..
she will be feeling much be':te
soon.
Mrs. Mary Cox of Brewtoa, Ala.,
Is visiting her +parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton Cox and family.


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Mr. and Mrs. John Cecil Cuppepper announce the engagement
of their daughter, Mary Agnes, to Charles Vincent Kilboura, soa
of Mr. and Mrs. James Pickett Kilbourn of Port St. Joe.
The wedding is planned for December 2G in the First Baptist
Church, Port St. Joe. The reception will .be held at the honae of
the bride elect following the ceremony. No invitations are being
sent, but all friends. and relatives of the couple are invited.

the week end with Mr. and Mrs. [ R. A.a MEET
Hoke Glass and family. The R. A.s of the Baptist Church
Mrs. J. V. Cannington is spend- had a most enjoyable hike and ple-
a few days in Tallahass.ee vis- nic lunch in the woods Saturday.
,.ing her daughter, Mrs. Joe Daugh- Those going were James Keel, Ted
try and family. Whitfield, Johnny Richter, Larry
A. J. Payne of Wewahitchka i6- Richter, Tommy Adams, Randall
ited his ,daughter, Mrs. Mae Crea- Richards, Dannie Raffield and their
mer and family Monday. counsellor, Gene Cox.


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Fred Kimbro visited friends in' .. W-- -
Fort Walton Beach thIs week. -.- .-
George Cox and sons Byro ,-. -
Greg visiod Cliaton ox an am- .
ily Sunday. '. '" '*' ---
Mr. 'and Mrs. Walter Armstrog .',. .
received word their on Clarence.-; .
was the only survivor of a boat ac- '
cident in which severall Boy Sco ts .
lost their lives. Clarence Is attend, .
Aug Snutland Training Ceunter At ,
Gainesville.
Jimmy Co', son of Mr. ad .. '. '
Clinton Cox Is on leave from the
Navy. havi completed his recrut t -' -' '


training during which he wa, is o1
the drum and bugle corps. He hap
been assigned to a school In Mem-
phis, Tenn., as an aviation machlin-
ist .mate which he will enter ,f"ir- .
a 14 day visit with his .. mi '

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dyke of.
Apalachicola visited theirr paetr&te, :
Mr. a.nd Mrs. .1ni -Whitithingto-n dar-
il)g Lthe week end..
Mr. and Mrs. W.. C. Miles 3ad'
daughter Carol Jean vi'lted' f'rieInds
ii Apalachicola Suntiund}y.
Mr. an)d Mrs. Jinnay Wlhittingto
an.d Mrs.. 'Jlin.tone Co, sponit Th'tura- '
S in. P o.'saa;f'l .
IMIrs. B'{ia rhown of Car--.i.lie is '
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i r' Mr Is. Elizabeth Danltil :.uui.


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