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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: December 10, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Oulet Port for the Apalachicolo-Chattahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


;ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


T~'URSDAY, DECEMBER 10 1959


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WIftLEY R. RAMSEY

S"Payola" It in the news today.
And, we'd say about time.
Bu1, 'Payola?' is not coflaned
to the disc jockey business. This.
dishonest practice is met in prac-
tically every phase of 'business--
especially the selling busines---o-
day.
We think iL would behoove every
busines-, and governmental agen-
cy to conduct its own payola in-
vestigation. We have no doubt that
practically every big business. in
the nation:.could save itself untold
,thousands 'of dollars every year
if they could do away with the
payola to their .purchase agents byr
companies seeking preference for
their 'products and companies.
Stue time back we began to try
to get a little. dribble of StatW
printing. We went to several print-
ers who were getting some of the
business. Invariably we met with
the suggestion 'thaL if we wanted
.,ome State printing, we would have
to go to Tallahassee with a few
."gifts" tucked under our arm. We
didn'~ go because we just don't op-
erate that way.
As anybody can plainly see, the
price of the gifts must be tacked
onto the ,price of the product being
sold or the seller would soon go
out of business if lie is receiving
only "a legitimate 'profit.

Weo read in the papers the other
day where a pet boarding estab-
lishment was, sued for $500.00 for
lasing .a common alley cat whichh
,had been .left with them for 'board-
ing purposes and had become lost.
Just think, $50u.00 for letting the
cat out oi the bag.
"Goober" Lovettf will .have to go
upon his. price for cats. He only
gives buc .a piece for cats. Maybe
he doesn't know they are now
worth $500.00. Which just goes to
show just ihow far inflation has.
crept into our financial status.

Foruiet president Harry Truman
said the other day that it Fidel
Castro would shave and get a
haircut he would probably be a
very decent sort of fellow.
-What was .tbat old saying about
a rose by any other name?

John Robert Smith is the latest
business. man in Port St. Joe to
do some spiffing up in 'his store.
John Robert has increased his floor
space and enlarged the prescrip-
tion department to his drug store,
even providing a side door for those
parking on Third Street and piped
in 'hi-fi music.
All you need -now, John Robert,
is one of those froni doors that
opens by an electric eye and you
will have it made.

Bob Ellzey, chairman of the TB
and Health Association Seal Sale
drive is a little ipset over the
meagre returns from the Seal. Sale.
Out of 3,100 letters mailed out in
Gulf County, only a little .under
200 have been .returned..
We have not returned ours yet,
but we will do so today. Will you?

We notice these little girls wear-
ing long warm-looking stoeklnga
these days.
Fashions of yesteryear are com-
ing back.
We remember when we were of
elemeiiitary schooliage. These warm
stodkitig Were the rule rather than
the exception. It makes sense to
wear what you need to keep warm.
It satisfies our peace of mind to
,see those ''pneumonia legs" fall
by the wayside.


Air Force Warns Of

Hunting Near San Bias

The United States Air Force
served notice this week that
there will be no hunting allowed-,
at the Radar sites D3 or D3A
on Cape San Bias.
The notice said that it Is
against the law to hunt on gov-
ernment property.
Hunters are notified and urged
to keep away from these two
sites with their hunting activi-
ties.

Go TC CHURCH SUNDAY'


Sharks Defeat Carrabelle Quinettet,

52-26 In Season's Cage Opener Tuesday


The Port St. Joe Shark* opened
their 1959-60 basketball season
Tuesday night at the local gymna-
siam. The Sharks started off their
season on the right foof. by defeat-
ing their first opponent, Carrabelle,
by a 52-26 score.
The Sharks 'B' Team also tri-
umphed over the Mullets, 23-15, in
the opener.
Port St. Joe took an early lead
and were never in trouble. The
Sharks scored nine point' in the-
first quarter and held the visitors
to only six points.
Bob Munn led the locals in the
scoring for the night with 11 points,
followed by David Muaselwhite
with eight points. ,Willie Daniell,
Jimmy Liawson and Glen Alligood
each added six points to the win-
ners score.
Jim McAnally led the Mullets
scoring ,and was the only Carrabelle
player .to hit tbhe double figures in
the -coring column. He hit for five
field goals and one free throw for
an 11 point total.


Sharks
flunn
Daniell
M'white
Dawson
Wilder
Gardner
Bowdoln
Ray
Hall


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3 5 111 Murray 3
2 2 6 jLawson 2
2 4 8'M'Anally 5
4 0 61jlillender 1
2 1 51Weaver 0
1 1 3


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2 0
1 0


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Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe ------.9
Carrabelle .... _


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2 8
0 4
1 11
0 2
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11 4--26


Kiwanis Begins

Tennis Court Work

Tho Kiwanlis Club of Port St. Joe
began work yesterday afternoon on
a tennis. court for the Port St. Joe
High School.
The Club is paying for, and con-
structing a concrete tennis court
on the school grounds. A crew of
Kiwanians began the work of lay-
ing out the concrete forms yester
day afternoon and will work ;each
Wednesday afternoon qntil the
project is completed.
The court will feature a remov-
able net and net posts so. that the
concrete court miay be. used tor
other sports "as well as. tennis.


Gulf TB Joins

State Assn. In

"Do It Day"

R. H. Ellzey, Christmas Seal
C.li g 1plii .chairman, 'announced
this week that Gulf is joining the
Florida Tuberculosis .and Health
Aisoc'iatiun in a state-wide "Do-It-
Day" effort to reach its state goal
of i;5' j,0"n by Christmas-time.
"This, goal will represent an. in-
crease of $86,000 over the returns
by Christmas Day in the 1958 cam-
paign," Ellzey said.
"Doir-.Day" is -a reminder that
an additional amount is needed to
step up educational and research
program.. in an effort to wipe out
tuberculosis as Florida':s number
one communicable disease.
Red Schoendienst, national hon-
orary chairman of the 1959 Christ-
mas. Seal campaign, has sent a tele-
gram of congratulations to Ernest
A. Lilley of Lakeland, state TB as-
sociation president, endorsing the
"Do-It-Day" campaign ,and com-
mending Floridians for their ef-
forts to expand their tuberculosis
control program.
"Last year at Christmas-time,
Milwaukee Braves s tar, Red
Schoendlenst, was lying in a hos-
pital bed sick with tuberculosis,"
Elizey said. "This year, as the na-
tional chairman, he is dL'iug every-
thing he can to help give a lift to
the thousands of TB patients who'll
have a lonely Chrilii tas in 1959."
Ellzey urge. everyo.:. "answer
your Christmas Seal appeal letter
today ,and help' Siio-editrit in his
na'ti:n-wide fight to keep us all safe
from TB."


St. Joe Boot Club

Is Meeting Toniaht


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INSPECT BROCHURE-Chamber of Commerce President Tom S. Coldewey, Florida Powei
representative, Andy Hines and Harry H. Saunderm look over a aample copy of a brochure.
St. Joe area. The new brochure is being produced jointly by the FPC and the Port St. Jo
Commerce for distribution by the utility in Industrial centers. The brochure gives the 1;
St. Joe showing its attractions to industry.


igh Scahool Lists Honor


Below is a list of -the students
in the Port St. Joe High School
who made the honor roll for the
second six weeks of the 1959-60
school year.
These tudjn wh'li_ made this
list have -high marks in all the
..Ir'.,,I'cr i,.. that go into the


-: --- making of la good citizen as well
John Robert Smith, Commodore as academic work.
ot the St. Joe Boat Club reminds ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL
members that there will be a imeet- Grade 12: John Harpold arid Nor-
ing of the club tofiight at 8:00 p.m. ma Hobbs.
in the Florida Power Company] 'Grade 11: Norman Hall and Tom
Lounge. Martin' Watts.
-All members and those interest- Grade 8: Forest Van Camp, Da-
ed in joiniiui, the Club are urged vid Porter and Ellis Stevven..
to attend. Grade 7: Phyllis Smith.


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Cub Scouts Carry Out "The Country Store" Theme In

November Pack Meeting Thursday At The STAC house


The Cub Scouts, Troop 47, carired out. their.
theme ,for the month of November last Thursday
night, "The Country Store" at their monthly pack'
meeting hel dat the S.TAC House.
The Cubs and their Den: Mothers carried out
the activities and had the items of the old coun-
try store in their program for the night. Joe FPer-
rell loaned the Cubs -some of his antiques for the
occasion' Den Mothers dressed up in their old
time bonnets and long dresses to, further carry-
out the atmosphere of the occasion.


Today Is The Day Fr Making Kids

Pictures For Publication in-The Star


Today. Thursday, DecembeLr 10a a d. .
is the big day for the picture tak- a lid. l o taiass. Here
y "h a~s sr'pl,.?Id oppiojrtOtlLy to catch
ing of your youngsters! The Star a likeniss v ,,yar child'or children
Is having pictures 'taken of all chil- at the present stage for-the pleas-
dren who are ,brought by their par- ure you will get out of it in future
eats. or other guardian to the.Port year and for the pleasure you will
St. Joe Motel between 10:0)i a.m. enjoy in seeing it. in print. You will
and 5:00 p.~m. -absolutely -free of want to clip it from this, your home
charge. town newspaper, and preserve it
The Star wants a picture of your for the youngster when he or she
child to print in its forthcoming grows up.
feature, "Citizens of Tomorrow", a- There is absolutely no charge or
series of photographic studies of 'o- obligation for taking the pictures.
cal children. The mere we get the Parents don't even have to be a
better the feature ,wll be, :,so the subs>r.iber to The Star nor even a
cooperation of the mothers 'Wid fa'- reader. You do not have to pLir-
thers is urged. chase pictures either, though you
It often seems to :parents that inay obtain additional prints by *ar-
children are little one minute and ranging direct with the 'tludij r-n-.
are grown up the next. so fast does.vresentative if you want them. That


Den Number 2, with Mrs. Charles Wall, as
*Den Mother, was in charge of the program.
In the picture at left -are Den Mothers, Mrs.
F. K. Clark, Mrs. Charles Wall and Mrs. Wayne
Bu'ttram in- their old time garb.
In the center picture, Cub. Randy Armstrong
challenges an unidentifide Cub to. a checker duel
at the country store checkerboard.
In the right picture are Mrs. F. K. 'Clark,
Charles Wall,- Ed McFarland and Mrs. Charles
Wall. (Star photos)


Clerk of the Court, George Y. Ca

Changing To Simplified Records


'A'W and 'B' HONOR ROLL
Grade 12: Ed Bobbitt, E-tty.
Butts, Norman Buchert, Willie D H-
lell, Diana Fitzpatrick, Alice Jean
Gay, Dallas Jones, Frances Spears,
Betty Ward, Carrie Jo Fletcher,
Terry Porter, Preston Ramsey, No-
ble Stone. Coral Lee Armstrong,
Jimmy Redd, Duir.itne Sykes and
Diane Lay.
Grade 11: Mary Ellen Henderson,
Coleman Tharpe, Rita Cooper, Bet-
;ty Ann Ford 'and Jean McArdle.
Grade 10: Fay Key, David Nance
and Mickey Thonp-onu.
Grade 9: HIeleneve Rutland, Ma-
ble Stone Mazie Stone and Joel
Barbee.
Grade 8: Vesta Kay Suggs, Le-
roy Davis, Ken Phillips, Jimmy
'3. H-iu,. Ellen Scisson, Kathleen
Smith, Tray Hall, Sue Parker, June
.M,:KL:n4 c, Myron Merritt, Patsy
Patterson, Leon Hobbs, Kennith
Dykes, Douglas Hallman, Albert
Gentry, Katrina Ferris and Sandra
Baxley.
Grade 7: Jrery Herring, Bi.bby
Antley, Rex Buzzett, Peter Fox,
Charles Thomas, Billy V.Wag-r, Ce-
celia Creech, Sandy Lee, Panla
Lovett, Marie Rhames and Kathy
Garrett.
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Rotary Club HOsts

Wewa Club Thursday


The Port
played host
Rotary last
the Wetappo
G. Tapper.


St. Joe Rotary Club
to the Wewahitchka
Thursday evening at
Creek home of George


Methodists To Present The local club fed the Wewa-
"Messiah" Sunday Night hitchkt club on a sumptious meal
of barbecued chicken with all he
The First Methodist Church will trimmings.
present its annual Christmas music The occasion for the .feed was
program this Sunday night at 7:1f0 to pay off a contest debt. Wewa-
p.m. hitchka had challenged Port St.


The Methodist Choir will pre-


sent a rendition of Handel's "Mes-
siah", directed by the Churicih mu-
sik director, Tommy Ptidg.oui
The .public is iu-ii.:J to tend
this service.
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FATHER OF LAMAR
JORDAN DIES IN GEORGIA
Lamar Jordan of Port St. Joe
was called to Cairo, Ga.,. last Sun-
day night due to the death of his
father, C. R. Jordan.

is entirely up to you.
Appointments may be made by
calling Phone 7-3161, The Star to-
day.


Joe to an _tiii.-l.t.iiiLe contest-and
W e,'a.iltLhk. won.
David Carl Gaskin, president .ot
the county seat threw out the wel-
come mat to the host club and in-
vited them for a little reciprocation
entertainment after the Christmas
holidays.
At the meeting the Rotary Club
tentatively set their annual visita-
tion from Santa Claus and Christ-
mas tree program for Saturday,
December 19 in the City Park.
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Week End Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. George Aase of
Tallahassee visited Mrs. Aase's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Simp-
son last week end.


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Chamber .liects oezzett




And Kingirectors reel Years


Clerk of the Circu
Y. Core announced
besniiig January
Clerk's office will h
Core said that on
Courint record book
ranged and a new
tem of keeping pc
will be adopted anu
Core, t imo i I f, 1-
system in 1955, but
over fuiid: have dl:-
til now. Core sca
many other (ouutii
havy itCiupted hi [ y
all i riui &ropl :rty r
one master indexI
books will be thin
pre.-e-ly used an
about half the stor
Core also de''.
now in use A'k in
tem is now in use
in the -:tate i.-i i
changed over to his
The new system
,the search of record
ested parties and
ent information rea
Whlih all '"
George is as o:.d
is at hunting turke
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Mrs. Frank i

Taken'By De

Mrs. Evelyn McC
43, was taken by
at her home early'
She is survived
Frank LeHardy;
Linda and Diann;
Jr., all of Port St.
others, Joe iMcCoy o
bert McCoy of B
John McCoy of Bio
sister, Mrs. W. Y.
mington, N. C.
Funeral tirvices


Mrs. LeHardy Sumnd
3) 30 p.m. from the
copal Church with
Gardner Underhill,
Interment was in


etery. advantages of Port St. Joe.
Pallbearers were Earl rtollins, The Florida Power Corp..-ation
Folsom Maxwell, Henry Lilius., Ed will also assume the responsibility
Eells, Bert Mann and Garland Law- of seeing that 'these magazines get
rence. in the spots where they will do
Comiforter Funeral Honie was in the most good.
charge of arrangements. Dinner Guests
-- ---- Guests at the dinner meeting in-
SHARK BASKETBALL eluded executives from the Michi-
GAMES FOR THE WEEK gan Chemical Company, Glidden
Saturday, December 12, Chipley, Company, Allied Chemical and Dye
here. Corporation, Florida Development
Tuesday, December 15, Altha, Commission and the Florida Power
ht Cororvration.


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Info Given

On New Gulf

Fibre Company

The Port St. Joe Chamber of
Commerce looked bjt k over a pro-
fitable ,year for Port St. Joe at
their annual election meeting last
Monday night at Van Horn's Beach
Restaurant.
Chief ofthe good news reviewed
by the Chamber -president, Tom S.
ClColew-',. wag the new paper mill
announced for Port St. Joe last
month.
Harry H.. Saunders gave some of
the history of the inception of the
new industry.
Belin Is Recognized
Saunders told the Chamber that
credit for the new mill could be
given to J. C. Belin, a vice-presi-
dent of the St. Joe Paper Company.
"Belin thought up ,the Idea -and
was practically wholly responsible
r Corporation for selling it to the other interest-
e for the Port ed stockholders in the new Gulf
e Chamber of Fibre Company", said Saunders.
-tLur,. P,,rt Tom Coldewey then took the.
i(Sti phot,,i- floor and told the Chamber just
what the .new company was. Col-
dewey .said that the new concern
alou< was made up of *a group of inde-
I. pendent paper board converters.
another paper company and St. Joe
Paper Company. Coldewey said
That St. Joe Paper Company was
of a minority interest holder in the
new company and also said that
the other intere-tnd. parties did not
J At their pa.- c:,.: known as
yet.
it Court George New Plant Statistics
this week that Coldewey said that the new plant
1, the C'.uiily .vill employ 201) hourly paid em-
ave a new 1ouk ployees, 20 supervIsory personnel,
this date the 20 office employees with an esti-
s. v.all b,, re-ar- twatz.d payroll of $1,250,000 per
simplified eye- year. The new mill will use 400
rtin,-ut records cords of hardwood per day. This
i put into use. would require 27 carloads of wood
-.vi -:.3d the new with 12 cars of product shipped out
lack of change- daily.
a yed its use un- As for the business boost for
d that already the area, Coldewey told the Cham-
e. in the state her that the. new mill would pur-
-rteui vfbi'h puts chase $2,800,000 worth of wood an-
rau,-.act;un, into nually; increase business in the
book. The new area for general purposes by some
.ner than .ti3se '.i1.101.1; should increase the busl-
ad will require ness of St. Joe Paper Company and
'age space, should mean that St. Joe Paper
Company would be operating at
4-56 the system near full capacity. Coldewey said
ii all counties tys-hat the estimated benefits .for the
in o as yeutisarea should be an extra $5,000,000
,':.\'v not as yet
noas ysetper year.
s new system. New Officers Elected
* will simplify The Chamber elected three new
dsa by any inter- directors to serve for the next
place all pertin- three years. These new directors
adily available, are Gannon Buzzett, Sid Brown
to ,show, that and Dr. R. BE. King. These new di-
at his job as he rectors succeed George G. Tapper,
ys. Durel Brigman and Dr. Joe Hen-
drix.

e Hardy Other Good News
Andy Hines, of the Florida Pow-
Ser Corporation told the group that
the area's growth was reflected by
oy LeHardy, age his company's growth. Hines said
death suddenly that within the past few years, the
Friday morning. FPC has increased its (power volt-
by her husband age into Port St. Joe six-fold. He
two daughters, reported that present facilities
a son, Frank, were fast being taxed to their peak
Joe; three bro- and more expansion is going to be
if Marathon, Ro- needed soon.
31ountstown and Hines had with him a few sam-
ountstown and a ple copies of a new industrial bro-
Brown of Wil- chure for Port St. Joe being put
out by the Power Company in co-
were held for operation with the local Chamber'
day afternoon at of Commerce. The brochure is a
St. James' Epis- slick paper magazine giving the
the pastor, Rev. raw material potential, industrial
officiating, site availability and transportation,
Holly Hill Cem- .labor and ti.her pertinent industrial


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Valeria A bberts Becomes Bride of

Wayne VW! edrich At Bride's Home.

Miss Valeria -i~erts ,be- the Highland View Baptist Church
came the bree __qj1lis b V. Good- officiated.
rich in a do la-gjjggp*pMony, No- White gladioli and chrysanthe-
vember "i lIl lbKahome on mums in setting of fern were fea-
Monu .S tured with two seven branched
ughter of candelabra holding lighted tapers.
. .11.66 ts of 106 Soft organ -music was played as the
Avenue, The bridegroom guests assembled by Miss Betty
MEIIiIIMion of Mrs. Arthur W. Good- Butts. Miss Melba Butts, sang, "I
Uil. Love You Truly".
The Rev. Allen Price, pastor of Gordon Edwards'served as best


man,
Mrs. Gall Scanlon, the bride's
sister, was matron of honor. She
wore a red and white dress, wth.
a -white feather headpiece."
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. She wore a white
wool sheath dress with white ac-
cessories. Her fingertip veil of il-
lusion- was attached- to a -coronet
of pearls. She carried a bridal bou-
quet of a yellow throated orchid on
a whiLte Bible tied with satin
streamers.
The reception was held in the
dining room of the Roberts' home


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MEN'S &


THE STAR, Port- t. Joe, Plorida "THURSIDY- DECEMBER 10. 19B59

First Baptist AWMS d re eshments of sandwiches.
First Ba tist Vl l ut cake and coNee to the 37
members present.
Met Monday Mrs Qarles invited all the Cir-
cles -to meet in her home next
The WMS of the First Baptist Monday.
Church met Monday in the home -
of Mrs. C. G. Costin for the month- SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
ly business meeting. TO HAVE PARTY
Mrs. C. E. Martin, WMU presi-
dent, was in charge of the meeting.
The Bible medLtatlon was given by School class of the. Long Avenue
Mrs. W. 0. Nichols. The prayer Baptist Church Are Inviting their
meditation was given by Mrs. L. 'husbands and all associate mem-
W C.ox. bers to a covered dish Christmas
' Mrs. Costin, assisted by S C. social to be held Tuesday evening
Pridgeon and Mrs. Bill Quarles ser- at the church at 7:00 p.m.


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after the ceremony, with Miss. Dot
Asbell and Mrs. Yvonne Rogers Mrs. C. G. Costin, Sr., Fetes
serving the guests. Miss Jun. Nor-
ton presided over the bride's book. Daughters-in-Law At Tea
The bride's table, overlaid with
a white linen cloth, was centered Mr- C. (. Cuotiu, S.r.. entertained
with, a beautiful three-tiered wed- with rte: Saturday. December 5
dihg cake topped with a miniature at he"r hI'nime on Monument Avenue
bride and groom. The cake was bo'.'i ini hbe daughters-in-law. Mrs.
flanked by a silver candelabra Ashile Costi o-f Prt St. Joe and
holding five lighted tapera. ?i.h'. J.Lm ,'y Cuotin of Tallahassee.
A matching table held a crystal The Jimjmy Costin's will move to
punch bowl. Silver appointments Port St. Joe in February.
held nuts and mints. I About 2111.1 guests called during
After the reception the couple th appointed hours.
left .for a short wedding trip.
For traveling, the bride chose. a Brinson-Smith Wedding
pink lace dress with matchiua ac- Date Set for December 27
cessorles.


VISITS PARENTS
Miss Beverly Baldwin of the Uni-
versity of Florida in Gaines-ille.
spent Thanksgiving visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bald-
win.
Visit In -Panama City
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bu'ttram
and children spent last week end


Mir. and Mrs. Roger Hubert Briu-
son wish to announce the approach-
ing marriage of their daughter. Sib-
bie Bell to Dillon Farris Smith. Jr..
son of Di.lon Farris Smith. Sr.. and
the late Mrs Smith of Pensacola.
The wedding will be solemnized
December 27, at 4:111) p.m. in the
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(Beginning this week The Star I There is so much you can do at "How- good,"
will print several Port St. Joe Christmas. Not only Is there the I meiuetally add five pounds to
High School English II student's Christmas parties and dances and my weight,
impresisons on "What Christmas 'buying gifted, but the Ohurch activi-
Means To Me". The articles show ties as well. There is so much .to Hoping, for e.'eryouu, including me,
serious ,thought on the subject !do at the Church that I enjoy. I 'At least a B plus for telling.
and, we think, reaffirms the fact love 'to sing in the COristmas can- "What Chri;tmai Means To Me".
that the youth of today have a 'tata, and then there is the MYF -
sober view on the true meaning activities. Going caroling and ga- By Betty Ward.
of the correct values). thering toys for 'boys and girl w1io Chirist.mas is a time of cheer,
aren't so fortunate as we are, are gaiety, and fun; bower-er it should
By Coral Lee Armstrong thli 'mual activities of the *MYF at hbe bull around love. During Christ-
Th, word Cl'rizihna onjure% all Christmas. mas as au e.-pre-lon of o-.,e we .
kinds, t i.JighLfuil viici- in thel Then there -i the gift 10to buy. exchange eitts in celebration of the


riindli of persons to whom it is
mnlti-ned. The mnurr.' mention c('f
thki word to a hiil. causes his face
to 1 u. np. I.' r-inmerobi.ri the vre--
vinus liliidfay.-. and anti' ipates those
iL1 the fi r r-.
The usual as-o,'iati-jns made with
Chlir i;ns ar itr 'f bright rried San-
ta Olaus, beautifully decorated
'trees, and th. exchanging of gifts.
Ton, Christmas means gay parties
and a holiday from scbool. Theb.holi-
day season 'brings reunions with
family and friends. It brings a
cheeriuln's'. and gaiety which is
noL found during any other time
.'F tiOw ymar. People aeiu lo be hap-
pier and thus bring happiness to
others.
But Christmas should have a.
deep religiousi nme-aing also for its
fir,3t purpose is lto celebrate the
,birth of Jesus. Special church ser-


Sinopptnig to fino exactly 'the right first Christmas Day. The size or
rthiu for each person 'in r.h.e fam-i value of 'the gift is insig-ifki-nt for
ily and then seeing their reaction it is the thoughtfulness and ,the
when they open the package is symbol of love that, really counts.
really tihe most exciting .thing of i We anticipate Christmas with a
the season. Chriktmai. at home is warm heart and prepare for tli'e
great because doing things with Inumerous gala festivities. This sea-
thle4 family is such. a warm feeling. son is a time for family and friends.
This is Chriit'3 birthday and do- VWithin the family the usual prepar-


jug thing for others as he did is
rally thb happen -eiing at Christ-
mas. To mn the spirit of giving is
the real spirit of Christmas.

By Cindy Carbonneau
A parade on the coldest day of
the year,
Report cards in time to show what
I haven't learned.
Gifts Id like to buy but prove too
dear,
Needing much more money then
I've ever earned!


nations are taking place(. Everyone
working together in trimming th,-
tree and even preparing the
Christmas dinner.
To me, the Chlrist, 3 season is
a time of love and unselfishness
when we should all be brought
close together and realize the true
meaning of the Christmas spirit.

By Terry Porter
There are many people today who
are advocates of the idea that all


the gaiety should beemved fom


vices ar held in commemoration of Christmas. They feel that the beau-
tils blessed event and beautiful Wonderon, what my mother would tiful iilti.,.olored lights should be
-arrold. are sung. like, taken down, that 'Santa Claus
Altogether. Christmas provrd-. ("Just your love and affection," should reign no more in thousands
many beautiful memories. says she:) of toy stores. They would deprive
---But how can one wrap ibar up and millions of children of the privi-
By Crista Duren Place it under the tree? lege of battlin gfor a pathway to
To me Christmas is the ha lppii-t Ithe lap of the jolly fat man among
lime ot the year. I eujoyed it ve-ry Of course there it always the throngs of other youngster- 4imn;l-
mauch when I was little and SauLt holiday .food, Ilarly .engaged. Gouc would .b., tie
Claus eam-W to seen mi. build now it Thie coukijs, the candy, Lbe piea joy and happiness that ouly comer-l
Eueans more because I know the and the cakes. 'froin g giving part of LuOnes'lf so that
real meaning. And as I approvingly murmmu.r othlor' might lii happy. To thi--,?


IFUR .V'T UR E TIr,


-ings -we hav hung. Then as we sit
Together eating the "snack" Db
I has leftfor Sania', we talk ofpast
A .2 iP t xhrt.giE 4 and Mama tells me of
how she used to play "Santa" tor
me.
l.:le Chritmas- would consistof Ear;:- Christmas morning I wake
a simple day-and-a meagre meal Deb and we go into Mama and Dad-
spent in drab surroundings. with day's room, then we all troop off
a small :portion ili.ored t the to the tree tog .her. One of the
praise of God. happiest moments, of all is when
IEu Chrsatms, is a time for re- Deb's eyes open wide and she cat-
joicing and merrymaking. It is the che other breath in. excltment as
one season in the year when all she gazes at the beautiful sight of
the people of r-b Chrisrian. nation presents piled high. The surprise
pausae to smile upon one another, of opening each present is enjoyed
We turn from our own care and by all and the-:.i.s and kittens have
anxieties to the needs of others and the time of their lives scattering
bestow gifts freely-if not gifts of paper and ribbon everywhere. Next
material -.alue, then the priceless we have breakfast and rush to get
offering of gi-d wiHl, the very spl'- dressed (everyone except Deb, who
it of Chritmnas-upon all those is on the telephone asking all other
whom we hold so dear. The igling friends what they got and describ-
or receiving of gifts is, and g ing. each of her gifts in detail).
to be, an integral part of Christ- The excitement really .begins
ila.:, for Christmas is not so much now. "Kin-folks" begia arriving and
a time to celebrate the entrance of wonderful inmells pour from the
Christ into the world, but rather it kitchen. The morning passes quick-
is a time to recognize the Spirit of ly and it is soon time for -dinner.
God in giving His Son to a needy Such a fabulous dinner! Turkey
world and all' the trimmings. Then we
gather in the living room around a
By Diane Lay big fire and are so happy to *be
Christmas is the time of year together.
I enjoy the most. The 'surprise and In all the excitement of the,
fun of Christmas (ill me with a
fun of Christmas fill me with a Christmas festivities I do not for-
wonderful warmth whioh can only
be experienced during this beauti- get the real meaning of Christmas.
SChrist was born on this blessed
ful season. Even the air seems to day. The (rr church service
hold special qualities. There are T r uc r
old special qualities. There are is always so beautiful. I never get
many exciting things 'to do such as tired of hearing the Christmas sto-
the Chrittmn._ parade, parties and ry---the story of the birth of Christ.
Jances. giving and receiving pres- Yes, Christmas is my favorite
ents and trimming the tree.
ens a trimm g t r time of year. It is the time I am
IOn Cbritnia Eve it Is so much happiest and the time I am ritL
fun to walk with my friends from handful for my blessing It is the
house to house singing the ever t I e. I
beautiful carols. We ejony seeing God for sending Christ to us and
the look's of appreciation and hap- pray o ht I may be worthy of ,u a
piness on the faces of our listeners pray that I maybe worthy of suhl
's 'they ,crowd arond Iutheir win- a priceless gift. "For God so loved
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1969


Automobiles Gain Competition

Demands on Santa Claus through the years have been
many and various. He has seen the bow and arrow give way to
the dart gun, then to the machine gun to be followed by matched
six-guns with bedizened holsters and belt to be succeeded in the
Space Age by moon rockets and noue-too-well-guided ballistic
missiles.
But through it all, the plea for a bicycle has remained head
and shoulders above all others. And, today, while the demand
from the little people is bigger than ever, thousands of others who
stopped writing to Santa some time ago are pinning their hopes
on bikes for Christmas.
What happened?' For one thing, medical and health ex-
prrts ihaae been urging bicycling -- not only for the youngsters
but for their elders -- even oldsters. Dr. Paul Dudley White, the
President's heart physician and an ardent cyclist in his seventies,
has said: "I would like to put everybody on bikes not once
in a while, but regularly as a routine." Joining Dr. White are
such notables as Dr. Irvine H. Page of the American Heart As-
sociation, Dr. W. W. Bauer, director of health education of the
Amneiiean Medical Association, Dr. Theodore Klumpp, specialist
in geriatrics and many more including public health officials of
Britain, Holland, India and here in the U. S.
This imposing body of medical opinion makes it pretty
tough for parents to object to the bicycle. In fact, they're asking
for them, too. But what sends the youngsters, from five to 25
-- or more -- is the testimony of famous football coaches and
the tidal wave of popularity for bicycles at American colleges
and universities, with bike riders mounting into the thousands on
many a campus. At Smith College, for instance, there are 2,034
riders out of a total of 2,150 students, and at Vassar 1,100 out of
1,384 are cyclists while there are 4,500 pedalers at the University
of Michigan.
So it looks like a rough Christmas for grandma and grand-
pa, America's traditional givers of bicycles. Not only are the lit-
tle people clamoring for bikes, but the older ones -- who got
their first two-wheelers back in the 40's --have got to have
new ones to take to college
It seems only fair to suggest that the time has now come
for a little reciprocity. "Why not a "bicycle built for two" undel
gramp's Christmas tree?


Ike To Spain

Proof that times change is the announcement that President
Eisenhower, of the world's leading democracy, will visit dictator
Francisco Franco, of Spain, next month. The visit will mark the
first time a U. S. President has visited Spain.
Now President Eisenhower -- in response to an invitation
delivered last August -- is going to visit Madrid, and dictator
Franco. It would have been quite tactless it President Eisen-
hower had flown from France to Morocco and not visited Franco.
Those who will object to this visit should remember that the
United States has major air bases in Spain, that the Moroccans
are running us out of Morocco, and that we have had trouble
with both Morocco and France, and very little from Spain.
In fact our relations with Spain have been cordial, and our
air bases there are considered to be secure. Franco, of course,
must look to the West in his bitter anti-communism, and if the
day ever comes that the communists gain control of Europe, they
will no doubt remember 'him and the Spanish Civil War of 1936-
89.
All of this brings to mind the ancient axim which is fol-
lowed so well by the British Foreign Office. In dealing in inter-
national affairs, one does not deal only with those people, or
those governments, of whom he approves. He deals with the
governments which exists as of today, and deals realistically, in
the best interest of his country,
Therefore, in international relations it is often necessary
that one deals with various forms of governments, such as Yugo-
slavia and Spain, in the case of the United States. This does not
mean we approve of these forms of government, although the
people in these two countries probably support it at present.
Nor does it mean that we must approve of every form of govern-
ment we recognize. In the past Americans have been somewhat
naive about recognizing foreign governments and the fallacy in
our reasoning has been that we recognize only those governments
which have our approval. By following such a policy, Washing-
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1959

TOO LATE TO :qanairemintn magazine, painted
roy pi':.ture of Florida' z ftIurC
C.aL A S S I F with a number of predictions o
___our growth and development as
will be reflected in the year 1965.
Speaking at iheb annual e;onven- He dealt largely with porpul-ttio
lion o(if the Florida State Chamber galns, buying income, and reta
of Commerce recFntd)ly, John Np'. sales. Pointing out. that Flu,rida tr
Caldwell, executive editor or Sale-s day stands 12th ia the 50 ;itate:. i



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a us he liHted Caii,:lrnha. New York,
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if M4ichigan and New Jersey in that
it order.
Discussing the rapidi7 growing
n Tampa-St. Petersburg area he saw
i continued growth of this great 'met-
ropolhran section on both sides of
ie bay and predi.:teLd a population
increase for the combined territory
of over 200,000 by 1965.
He complimented Tampa on be-
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National map and listed it as one
to the fire major 'itine in. the Pre-
ft.rred City of the Month status, a
position It has maintained 24 times.
I Preferred cities are thlos. that are
recommended to national and re-
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S On a. national status Tampa was
J;steli as, one of 288 cities in the
7en tire nution's markets where in-
di.-atiuns. are that the sales effort
would prove the most effective.
Other areas in Florida 'with
equally promising futures were the
Ft. Lauderdale-Palm Beach area,
Orlando metropolitan area, Greater
Miami area and the Jacksonville
metropolitan narea.
Caldwell said that his predictions
were .based on mound projection of
national population, s lei a.nd mar-
ket growth. The prediction on Tam-
pa's retail sales indicated 5.6 per
cent above the national average.
Against the advice of friends and
associates Calr.1\ ll visited Cuba.
and returned to the convention
from there. He said -that lhe was
greeted with open arms by the big
tourist hotels and they rolled out
the red carpet for him, probably
because they didn't have -anything
else to do for the tourist business
is at a standstill along with a lot
of other things with the future
just about as uncertain as it could
possibly be.
He also told eof his recent visit
to Russia where he went to study
the situation from rtnu. standpoint J
of sales and ,marketing under their b
totalitarian system. He told of long v
lines of people waitin', to buy at c
the world's lira-_-.t department a
store. t
He said we would do well to con-
sider Russia as a commercial icol-. .
p.-thlnr. She has chfllI ne.d us and i;
is out to develop world nIarket., ti
fo-r her good and her pr:..uct orn is S
increasing. The time may nwnA it
when we will find ,the compztilina w
keen and the going tough unless we a
can do something6 to ke--p our pro-
duction costs dowii.
\Vthile Caldwell was giving his
ptui:onail reactions on Russian com-
'petition to his Tampa audience,
Secretary of :tat..e Christian A. n
Herter was telling the National ah
Foreign Trade ,Council in N8ew
York that the ;"ujni!-,t and Free i
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Joe ufifr a a-_k',. program of Bir senil a ..:nii..nir '.'.ti.n on "How To -6 re a -
l'e Study to include two topics of Conduct Bible Srt.1,t i-". This tital interest to all persons con- sion is designed to train thea 'Wur-.' I tT CH"
erned. over uthe uv.'enant of blood ness to teach the Bible effectively ,
nd the d..ur t.:. ..lour .. hli t ini- .u well as witness -from door to, X. Port St. Joe, Florida
ype of miiuitry. door. ; I l
Mp hcdwt *i th Falowship 6:15 p.m.
Ti'_ur=,I I. 7:30 p.m. the Witnes- Sunday, 3 p.m. L., W. Shuttle ,
Meet at th. Kiu]doJ Hall on Ispeaks at the Kingdom Hall o0' ; SJ c3 9:45 a.m.
'ifit Street in Api.ulact.: Ln fur I" V 1 u This World Cmli g" To?"
h regular two hour Hli.iury 1 rv ill give Bible answers to such .' Hour 11:00 a.m.
u-el_.,"y questions ast, "Will Man 7 0 p
school and Service Training Meet- estr Himselftions as, "Wir ManRe 7_0 m
i4 i .. the ni. "Stay Deroy HimseOr Is There Ra A p Hor 7:30 p.m.
Va..i 'ull:. by the Right Things, .. ..-. '.*r---' ,-
nd Keep On Teaching". 8:30 p.m. "7 .r -. 7-. -.- .-..--.';-.. .-..S.', B a i -M


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eigitiationiS that Je in the months
head is to ril .[ 1 :.u1 ''A n I la" ug-
age because iwe I', ,' .iru1.
iterest." "It will take courage ofi
htgh order," nc. said, "aud strong
erves over a long period of time
z construct new relationjbip be-
ween these anta;onistlc ?y5tn;ni."
Herter, like Caldwell, warned
ihat the ,:ompettiotin will be rough
ad rugged despite any ground
uIes that might possibly bee set
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Engineers, for -a proposed road THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1969 eral years ago. Pacific Coast ship- Port St. Joe.
Minutes of the from the Cape San Bas Lighthouse pers now move all their fresh cit- The lun.titute has its headquar-
County Commission oot easement ad inomeed t he adopted at this time be.a e hIndustr y rus In cartons, which have com-. ters in L'akeland. Warren Savant is
County that .nainr.nance .on County Attorn-- and En-gineer ar. I pletely replaced heavier wooden Mangig Director
NOVEMBER 24. 1959 .proposed roads will be performed not present. to advise the Board ie e *y crates. Approlumatelv 95 per cent
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA by .the U. S. A., and further Tequest- tous matter. IS Expanding ores ..... ci.....rus last season
The Board of County Commis- ed the County to adopt the resolu- Mr. Alien Legrone, Con.n
sioners of Gulf County, Florild, met tion discussed in the special meet- Officer of -he Game and. Fre.h Wa- was shipped in cartons. -
i g of this Board hold on November ter Fish Commi31ion appeared d .be- ORLANDO-Expansion of its -All manufacturers of 'corrugated
this date in regular session with 16, 1959, which would grant the U.I fore the Board and told that hi
the following -members present: E. s. A. the Tight to impove and widen LIDpartm&nt has as aliabl- fund& to container development program to cartons with Floridaplants are now
C. Harden, Sr., Vice-Chairman, A. the existing road between SLtae Ionstruct boat laun.-hint rampi for include fresh Florida Vegetablei, members of-the Institute, which in.
J. Strickland, Coleman W. Tharpe Road 30 and ;em North'rn bound- the ute of the general purlc; that lowers and other fruits, in addi- eludes St. Joe Paper Company of
and 0. S. C-roxton. The Clerk, Sher- .funds are available for Gulfoun- ton d citru refuitsed in the Citt .
Iff and Rn Supt. were also. .ary of this Air Force proper ryan',nd r- .ilil t ty ,otow citrus, reut-ed in the Cit-
ent. The meeting came to order at'also a permit to make repairs on sionrer will adopt a resolution en- rus Container Institute changing
6:30 p.m. said road as 'deemed ,lel-essary. dorsiug; the construction .c:f one of its name to Corrugated Container
The Clerk presented right of way After discussion, it was decided the .ramps in Gulf Counr,-. The Institute at the December meet-
maps furniahed by the U. S. Army that the resolution will not be Board was then notifiedi that the ing here.
--- Game nod Freah Wate-r Fish Co-m- B o Ca
Smislan has offered *the nece tar-. Oliver Bateman of Inland Con- 'S
.. land at ule local fish hatchery. Af. tainer Corporation. Orlando, chair-
c ter diocussiou, the following reso- nan of the Institutes, board of .di '
IgM kluation wa adopted upon tton by -tor, made the announcement. |0 V
Comm. Strickland, seconded b. rI 1r ,
6 TrI,; Comm. Tharpe, to-wit: "The inst-tute Is expanding its
/ RESOLUTION research and standardization activi- .
SWHEREAS, the Bo.rd of County ties to include vegetables and oth-
|lit Commissioners of Gulf County, er crops besides citrus," Bateman '
Q1XFlorida. are desirous of havin pub-.
can help you. ,HO hoat iLaunc rampe .drr so he nan- was a nsged, S
.' ed along the rt.brI. tr.ami.. canals cover these additional operations." S
save on \. C^ -S::: ~^4 and coast in Gulf County, Florida; More than a third of last season's ANSISTOR n ;
a HEREAS, it appears that the shipments of fresh Florida oranges RAN TOR RADIO
Florida Game ,and Fresh Water and grapefruit went to market in .. .'.
Fish Coiniissiou hrias funds approp- corrugated containers, compared .'1*
) ri ated for the purpose of construct- with only a fifth ,two years earlier, ""'.., ,,,,,,,
Sin g public boat'ramps I-In th,. r...h Iaccording .to the annual report of
./ev vl'^L^r \ \ / water streams and lakes in Lhe r
State of Florida; and the Florida State Department of ......,,. .
WHEREAS, it further appear Ar-iculture. E
that the Game and Fr'sh Water Fl...'ida's increased use of corru- 4ffl
WFI-' r, ,Commission has sufficient gated cartons reflects a trend SA NTA
lands on the Dea dLakes in Gulf
County, Florida upon which to which developed in California -sev- "
build .*su ta ile public launching d
ramps ind prui ide adequate park- You never The joy of giving de
Ing t:g; ADOPTED at its regular meeting '
S&H Green Stamps are Santa's best helpers NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- this 24th day of November, 1959. heard it so good not ta1e a lot, but perh.
BOARD OF COUNTY
at Christmas time. SOLVED ,by the Board of County COMMISSIONERS, can spare. Next Novenib
*Commissioners that the Stat e GULF COUNTY, FLA. RICH TONE... FULL '
Visit your nearest S&H Green Stamp redemp- Game and Fresh Water Fish Corn- George W. Cooper, Chmn. VOLUME RANGE... you need for Christmas.
w s ,nlislixn of the Stat'- of, Fltrd1a bV,, ATTEST: -s
tion center and see the truly wonderful selection and they ar 'hereby rueed, to .-e Core HIGH SENSITIVITY
of quality gifts you can get with your filled col- construct a public liuu,:hinbi site Clerk of Circuit Court
Ion the State Fish Hatcher- pruj.:it (SEAL) 6 matched transistors, plus
lector's books. Toys for your tots. Fine tools, on the Dead Lake i Gulf ,,,,. Adopted this November 24, 1959. 1 diode and 1 thermistor,
wallets and other gifts to delight Dad. Hostess Florida, and that the 'aid boat The Clerk was instructed to pay n psc'
fe i i l w h a t foramp is to be used only for the Annie Hutchins $15.00 from the Non-breakable plastic case.
accessories, jewelry, watches, and lots of other purpose of launching boats, and the rrunty Welfare Fund. no. 6 5
beautiful and useful presents for the whole family. State Game and Fresh Water Fish upon motion of Comm. Strick- model no. 6506
A Commission is further requested tLo .lad, -econded by Comm. Croxton 95
And many more that you'll also find pictured adopt the necessary rules and regu- and duly carried, the Board ad- ;klist
and described in the wonderful S&H Green Stamp lations to prevent any person or vanced the Hon. Samuel A. Pat-
persons from renting boats or rick $1,600.00 on his 1959 commis- 'I
Tdeabook. You can gel yopr copy free at stores keeping boats for private or pui, -:;ions. An. top-sgad a de ries,,g
that give extra values in S&H Green Stamps. hlie use at the said launching site. The Board discussed several mat- e Shidbratei nsteninxwith cae...
that give extra values in S&H GreenIT FURTHER RESOLVED terms, but made no decisions, to-wit: / P L
by the Board of County Commis- Loading Ramps at White City
sionenrs that ltis Board offer any bridge; the drainage problem on0FCE
as si,s-tance possible in the above Long Avenue In Port St. Joe and You call it
project. the White City Fire. Department. But yofl oC', "
B BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED There being no further business, lner 0
that a copy of this Resolution be the meeting did then adjourn. er F L O R
forwarded to the State Game and Attest:
-Fresh Water Fish Commission at Geoige Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
its office in Tallahassee, Florida. Clerk Vice-Chairman JOE RADIO
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Port St. Joe Historical Society Host To
NW FloridaHist or.i l Ast A "n ST. JAMES CHURCH be held along with the Third Sun-
NW Flodda Historical Assonation EPISCOPAL day Covered Dish Dinner on Sun-
v G n lB day, December 20. Be sure to bring
Rev. G. D. Underhlll, B. D., Vicar all the children to the dinner and
The St. Joseph Historical Society) A resume of the activities of the The Third Sunday in Advent, De- the ChrLstmas party.
was host Friday to a dinner meet- read by Bobby Phlllips of Panama member 13. 7:30 am.., Celebration The public is cordially invited to
lig of the Northwest Florida His- City. Thib young .man is a student of the Holy Eucharist. Immediately worship with uso and is assumed of
torical Association. The meeting of Bay High School and has done after the celebration the Episcopal a warm welcome.
was held at the City Restaurant in extensive research on old St. Jos- Churchmen will have their regular Te
Port St. Joe. eph. monthly meeting .and breakfast. CARD OF THANKS
An address of 'welcome and a Plans were -made for the next The Vicar will have his instruction We wish 'to thank the many peo-
short history of St. Joseph was meetingto be held in Panama City on the Church Visible. 9:45 a.m., pie and friends who were so klnd
giren by R. H. Ellzey on behalf of in February which among other Church School. 11:00 a.m. Morning and thoughtful during the recent
the Mayor and the City Commis- business will consist of election of prayer and sermon. This service death of our mother and wife. We
sion. officers for the ensuing year. will be conducted by the Rev. War- appreciated the kind words, floral
The -meeting was (presided over The meeting in Port St. Joe was ren M. Johnson, Deacon-ln-charge offerings, cards and sympathetic
jointly by T. T. Wentworth, Jr., of well attended by groups from Pen- of Trinity Church. Apalachicola. visits. May God bless you all for
Pnesacola, president; Ralph E. Wa- sacola, Apalachicola, Panama City Your Vicar will celebrate the Holy your kindness.
ger of Panama City, vice president and Port St. Joe. Eucharist and preach at Trinity FRANK LeHARDY
and Mrs. Ned S. Porter of Port St. .- Church. 6:30 a.m., The Episcopal and family
Joe, president of the host Society. Young Churchmen. The Church
State Representative Cecil G. Wani Ads Get Results School Christmas party is going to Av.rti..,...i o... -t PAYS
Costing, Jr., made a talk concerning
his efforts with the aid of the At-
torney General of Florida in secur-
ing the original Constitution of .. "
Florida which was drafted at- St. mw.
Joseph in 1838. The original Conast- ,
tuition disappeared in 1845 and has -
never been found. o S
Apalachlcola Historical Society was -'\..
given by their president, Mr. Tuck-
er.
The goals and achievements of
the Bay County Historical Society
were discussed by Ralph E. Wager. -
Mr. Wager displayed a rare lea-
ther bound book of civil law which
was printed in the 17th Century.
The entirety of the book was in
Latin. The book was procured In Buy on easy budget terms... Months to pay
Paris by Thomas Jefferson. It was
given 'to James Madison by J-effer-
son. On the death of James Madi- e a : a
son it passed on to his wife Dolly
Maddison who in turn gave it to
her son. It is now in the possession
of Mr. Wager.
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FOR RENT: Furnis3hed apartments
and cottages. At the .beach. 1 .to
J3 t1-room from -15 to '$100 per mo.
Spurs .-utilities. Phone 9-1154 or s.6e
Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson at Cos-
tin's Cottages. Beacon Hill. 4c-12-10,
SFOR RENT: 3" bedroom furnished
house. St. Joe beach. Washing
machine, carport and itoraee. Call
James Traweek, 7-1921 after I p.m.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnish-
ed 'house at 20S Iola St.. Oakl
Grove. If interested call 7-3014.
'FOR SALE: $560 Lionell Traiu Set
$250, including benchwork; .22
rifle, $20; 612" new power hand saw
$39; 16 mm. sound movie projector,
$100; 51,a hp. Evinrude 'outboard,
$1-00. W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward
** Ave., Port St. Joe.


ADVERTISING.


' ^" rude motor. Complete remote con.
trol equipment. Heavy duty trailer.
All "like new. Take upD payments.
Wiziberly Pontiac Co. Phone 7-3411.


FOR SALE: 1956 Casa Manana, 42 FOR SALE: Good fur (squLrreli
ft. house trailed. Fully equipped, cape. $15.00, Phone 7-8721.
auto. -washer. Priced for. quick -
sale. See 0.-C. Dykes at-Piggly FOR .SALE: ,-4-eedroom house at
Wiggly. 'tfc-12-3 508 9th St.'P~ied $3,800. Shown
-by appointment only. Pbone 7-5S41.
FOR SALE: Fill dirt and clay. G.
and 0., Inc., Phone 9-1109.. ftc OAI', GROVE: Three bedroom
-__ --..-- 'houau-rlrh bath on two lots. Fur-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom well built- .nis-e, .bnm $6,3011. Unfurnished,
house. Mexico Beach. ,Phaone 5 3P. TiTAra.
9-1113, W. Buckloh. 'tfc-10-1 WHITE CITY: Three bedroom
MEXICO BEACH- RENTALS house with seven lots. Can sell
1 bedroom ,furnishe-l apts. $40.0for only $600 down and balance like
per month. 2 bedroom furnished rent. 2t FRANK HANNON --
apts. $500.00 .to $66.00 per-month iseredFRANK HANNON ker
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. RePiserAd Real3 Estate Broker
$50.00 per month. Residential and P-h. BAli 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for $400 MONTHLY
sale, good income, terms. SPARE TIME "
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE Refilling. and collecting .mouey
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro. from New Type. bigh quality coin
Mai Box 9-123, Meico Bech St. Joe rated dispensers-in-this area.
Mail: Box-.123, Mexico Baech Sta. No selling. To qualify you must
Panama City, Fla. have car, references, .*60' .to $19)(0
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser .cash. Seven to twelve-hours week-
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two, ly can nti up to $400 monthl.. More
head, galley, $1200.00. See B Roy full time. For personal interview
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. WriteP.-0. Box 1055, Boise, Idaho.
Tnclude phone number. -
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Pric-
ed to sell. Hardwood floor.. 522 WANTED: Lunch room assistant
Fourth St,, Call 7-8591. t.tc-11-12 manager. Qualifications, h igh
S school graduate, under 40 years of
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house t age, with previous experience.
White City. With S lots. Reason- Phone 7-4101. ito
able. Call BAll 7-S708. 4tp-11-12 ARE YOU INTERESTED in own-
SIng a profitable business.'Can be
FOR SALE: 3 cliolce corner lots at operated in your spare time. A coin
white City. Adjoining canal. See self-service laundry. No experience
Braxton Ward or call 7-3316. tfc- necessary. Low down payment.
FOR SALE Bank financing. Oave desirable lo-
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir- cation in shopping center in Port
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner'& St. Joe. Call or see Pridgeon Ins-
equity.w ome being built on Bel- urance Agenc, y.phone BAll 7-7741.
4 new bomes being built on Bel- Port St Joe. F]a. 3tp-12-3
lamy Circie. FHA financing. To be Port St. Joe. F
completed within next 30 days.
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small SEPTIC TANKS .pumped out. Call
down payment. Small monthly .pay- Buford Griffin. Phone 7-7011 for
ments. |quick expert service, tfc
PRIDGEON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741 THERE WILL BE a regular com-


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house with
apartment building on rear of
lot. 2 bedroom unfurnished apart-
ment upstairs, 2 bedroom furnished
apartment downstairs. Contact Rev.
A. G. McKeitben, 1207 Lisenby Ave.
I hone PO 3-2440, Panama City, Fla.
FOR SALE: 14-foot Lome Star Mon-
terey with 35 hp. Big Twin Evin-


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must ,be in writing and must state
:the place or residence and postof-
fice address of, the claimant and
must be sworn to by -the claimant,
his agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
/s/ ELIZABETH I. JUSTICE
Administratrix of .-the Estate
of Jack Justae, deceased.
December 10, 1959 4t

Want Ads Get _.Lu *,,
-GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


p. F--Meets, first aInd third
Fridays, 7-20 p.m. In- Masonic
-Hall. All members urged .to attend.
Noble Grand: Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H; Weeks .
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall,' 310
Fourth St. Meeting' night every
other Monday.
If. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56;, R. A.
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome. Robert L.
Creamer, Sr., High Priest. H. 'R.
Malge, Secretary.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $100
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and 'third Thursday nights
8:01) -p.m., American Legion Home.

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
.ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS-
Sealed bids will be ,received In
duplicate by.the Port St. Joe Hos-
pital Authority, Mayor J. L., Sharit,
Chairman. in the Chambers of the
City Commission at the City Hall in.
Port St. Joe, Florida, 'up to 1:30
P M. iESTi, Jauuary 6, 1960, at
which time and place all bids will
be -publicly opened and read aloud
for the construction of and addi-
tions 'o Municipal Hospital, Port
St. Joe, Florida, Florida Project
57-A. I
Type of Construction-Steel bar
joists on load bearing walls, con-
crete block' stuccoed on exterior.
Prestressed double "T" concrete
floors with 2" concrete topping.
The ,project consists of patients
bedrooms, operating suite, delivery
suite, kitchen, laundry, administra-
irve offices, emergency suite, wait-
ing rooms, toilets, x-ray depart-
ment, laboratory and storage areas,
approximately 19,000 square feet of
new construction. Alterations con-
sist of removing partitions, doors,
windows, etc. in existing building.
Existing .roof to be removed and
new fiat roof poured on steel -forms
over entire area.
Plans and specifications and con-
tract documents may be inspected
at .the offt.ce of the Architect, Nor-
man P. Gross, 423 West Beach
Drive, Padama City, Florida, and
may be procured by general con-
tractors from the Architect upon a,
deposit of $75.00. The full'amount
of the deposit will be returned to
each general contractor who sub-
mits a bonaflde bid, and all other
deposits wLli be refunded with de-
duction of cost of reproduction and
delivery of the documents; upon
return of all documents in good
condition within less than ton (10)
days after date of rhe opening of
bids. Additional sets of .plans and
Specifications may be obtained up-
on payment of $30.u.i0 which pay-
,ment will not be subject to refund.
Cashier's check, Certified check
or Bid Bond for not led's' than 5%I'
of the amount of the bid must ac-
company each proposal.
Performance, Labor and Material
Bond and Workman's Compensa-
tion Insurance will be required of
the successful bidder
The Owner reserves the right 'to
reject any or all bids and to wave
technicalities in bidding.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
tor a period of thirty i30) days af-
ter date set for the opening there-
of. i
MAYOR J. L. SHARIT, Chmn.
Hospital Authority of
Port St. Joe, Florrda
Norman P. Gross, Archtlect
P. 0. Box 207
Phone SU 5-71963 tf
Panama City, Florida 11-26
IN THE COUNTY fUDGE'S
'* COURT, GULF COUNTY,
'FLORIDA. TN PROBATE
-In Re: -Estate of .: '
v. R. ANDERSON, ,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of V,
R. Andt-rson, deceased, are hereby
notified and required to file any
claims. or demands which they may
have against said estate in the. of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the courthouse
at Wewahitchka, -Florida, within
eight -calendar months from the
date of the first pu location pf this
notice. Each claiu c.r demand must
be in writing and must -:.state the
place or reside.c'e and post':.:t.e
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, hi
agent, or his ,attorney, or it will be-
-come void 'according to law.
/s/ JANET C. ANDERSON
Administratrix of the es-
tate of V. R. ANDERSON,
deceased.. ,
December 10, 1959 4t
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
JACK' JUSTICE,
deceased. c o .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of
Jack Justice, deceased, are 'hereby
notified and required to file any
claims or demands which they may
have against said estate in the-of-
fice of the County Judge of Gulf
'County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within
-eig.hlt calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand


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SATURDAY. 12:;5 P.M.

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Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, December 14
Vienna sausage, baked beans,
buttered spinach, peanut butter and
graham cracker .sandwiches, white
'bread and milk. -
Tuesday, December 15
(Mr:. Barnes' Sixth Grade drew'
up the following menu)
Spaghetti and meat sauce, green
'butter .beans, tossed salMad, mayon-
naise cake, wheat bread and milk.
Wednesday, December 16
Stew -beef with vegetables, cab-
bage slaw, -buttered white bread,
applesauce and milk.
Thursday, December 17
Boiled welners, buttered pota-
toes, snap beans, sliced, peaches,
-white bread and milk. .
Friday, December 18'
Christmas luno
Baked turkey .Slices, dressing,
gravy, English peas, spiced apple
rings. Christmas cookies., fruit cup.
rolls. and milk.


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THIE HIGHWAY
L WAS A
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Ancient Chaldeans put
sick people on open high-
ways hoping that passersby
might be able ~q suggest
a cire. ,'
Today, we leave treat-
ment to the skilled men of
the medical profession. And
if your physician should give
you a' prescription ... bring
it to us for prompt, courte-
ous service.



Buzzett's Drug Store
Port St. Joe, Florida

BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. James Marion Pig-
otL of 525 Third Street announce
the birth -of a daughter, Ruby Dar-
lene on December 2.
Mr. and ,Mrs. Lloyd Pitts of 1012
McClellan -Avenue announce the
birth of a -daughter, Donna Marie
on December 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bellows, Jr.,
announce the birth of a son, Rich-
ard Steven on December 8.
(All births occurred at the Mu-
nicipal Hospital in Port St. Joe.)


Jean O'Br

Shower H
Mrs. P. W. Pet
nestine Morris en
ly with a shower a
on Sixth Street,
Jean O',Brlan, bri
season.
The refreshmen
tered with a 'pun
ai floral arranged
white were carrie
-tnE party room. M
ed the honoree w
white carnations.
Forty guests c:
appointed hours of
Miss O'Brian will
of Billy Joe Griff
27 at 5:30 .p.m. ii
Assembly of God


FAITH BIBLE CHURCH
PHONE BAll 7-8801
"Holding Forth the Word of Life
Temporarily Meeting at the High Scho
SUNDAY SCHOOL ---. 9
MORNING WORSHIP 11
"The Demoniac of Gadara"
EVENING WORSHIP 7
"Thyatira, the Papal Churth"
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11._d solD ay of -monigmwery 0 Month. the btatty flat nonatcamp, Vmstas &uggs and K&ile
s spent set-a days ith heh e iar- o l ElectS h0 student ast a candidate. There Smith. e -
bnts, Mr. isnd Mrs, Ike Walton. Are three candidates each .from Elected were Norman Buchert
SMr and MrWalter Armstrong C iZ f -Senior .d Junior High. The sti- from Senior -Hign and 'Forest Van
listed fr iands and relatives- en- -dent bo4y then votes for one of the Camp from Junior High.
Cryst, al ae Monday. three candidates.
Eugene Miles and children Betty 7 By 0O WILLIAMS Senior High candidates for tti- -.
and Clyde of Macon, Ga., spent.the Th e Citizen- of the Month, spon- zen of 'the Month ..were: Norman "
week end with lhis parents, Mr. soredl' by the Port St. Joe High Buchert. Coleman Tharpe and Rita CLASSIFIED ADS
I *and Mrs. W. C. Miles and Carl Jean.
Marre Cumbe has return- School Student Council was elect- Cooper. Midget Investments With
.ed home after spending several ed Tuesday of this week. To be Junior High candidates for Ci.tl-- Giant Reurn
weeks in Brewton, Ala., with lier able to become a Citizen of the ben -of the Month were: Forest Van
* Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Coley visited
relatives'ln Wewahitehka Saturday .
a nd Sunday.
S- .' ." Mrs. Georgia Pearl Peak isa home I odern I I
"-"-.*-.' ..-- ~after being a patient at the Munici- o rn
pal Hospital for several days. Her. -
-* |- many friends wil 'be interested 'to .
sian Is lean she is feeling much better. .
LETTERS TO o A INOrNolI,.-
LETTE S T .Mrs. Dalton Grace and children
onoree, of Panama City visited her parents, R B
THE EDITOR Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cannington dur- 1yi \f
ty and Mrs. Er- -_- _U U U
honoring M December afe tg the weekend. M
itertained recent- Dear Editor, J. R. Griggs of Panama City is -
t the Petty hom December 1, after the Christmas isitIng la1 daughter, Mrs. Ethel e u ar 795 Va ue
honoring Miss ,parade there were ten very excit- English for-several days. regular $17 *9 Va ue
ide-elect, of this ed andhappy ltle gs Port St. Mr. and -Mrs. Bill Brannon and It. 1 ..,$ 9
Joe. The ten girls I refer to are children -and Betty Creamer visit- _, .
The t n girls I refer to areBrannon'sparent in Carra-
*t table was cen- the Brownies of Troop No. 1 that d Mr. BrannStreamlined perforarent in ed, nonglare
ch bowl. Season- won first prize in the parade. belle Monday. spot-lites. Durable, chip-pruf,
hents of red and A number of people have asked Miss Barbara Bishop of Wewa- baked-enamel finish. Heavily / J. -
d out throughout me what we were going to do with hitchka spent Friday with Hazel weighted bases for extra stability. /
rs. Petty present- this money, and I know of no bet- Creamer and family; Lustrous, tarnish, re toan 9
ith a corsage of ter way -to tell the public than Friends of J. W. Peak will regret polished brass parts. -. .
through you. to learn he has to go to the hospi-
The mothers were asked to at- tal in Tallahassee for treatment, -NA M
ailed during the tend the meeting last Thursday, but hope he will recover very soon RIC L
7:00 to 9:00 p.m. and each Brownie was asked first and be back home with his family .
become the bride what they wanted to do with the- and friends.
lth on December money. It was agreed by all Brown- Highland View BTU WHITE BLACK
n the Oak Grove les and.their mothers that first the The Baptist Training Union en-> COCOA -BEIGE
Church. expenses of the float would come joyed services at the Immanuel & CHARCOAL
out of it, which was less than ten Baptist Church In Panama City
dollars. Second, It was agreed that Monday night, December 7 at 7:30
Santa Claus should visit a family p.m. observing "M Night, 1960"
that be would not get to see on The- theme of the program was,
Christmas Eve. "Training in Church Membership".
We had hoped for a family of There were several attending from
three or four. However, there -are the Highland View Baptist Church. '
Dol no complaints -that we are taking ,Stork Shower \\
':45 A.M. twIce that many. Thursday after- Mrs. Mike Whitehurst was hon- '
noon, dressed in their Brownie uni- ored with a stork shower. 'Monday
:00 A.M. forms, ten girls will be seen nla the night at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. .
various stores of Port St. Joe mak- Earl Peak. Coffee, cookies and cup u o l
Ing purchases of gifts for a certain cakes were served to those attend- / .
:30 P.M. family. ing. Mrs. Whitehurat received manyr
The day before the parade, when lovely gifts. Those attending were "" ..':
they were a't my house working on .MIS.- Walter Armstrong, Mrs. Brad-
things for the float, several re- ley, Mrs. Earnest Goff, Mrs. Jeff A decorators' de-
-- ---- marked how nice it would ha if wd Dykes, Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. Ethel g light and slim- |
were to win first prize. Immediate- English. *Mrs. Lee Whittington, line accessory. I
Sly we ceased'our work and I ex- Mrs. Jeff Dui~al, Mrs. Margle Col- | Sets off a room
plained to these girls that we were vin, Mrs. Roy Peak and Mrs. Jim- or nook hand-
entering the parade as a group be- my Whitehurst. Those who could- somely. Easily
cause it was a civic thing and that nt attend sent .gifts and a .pleasant l fitted between
as individuals we were doing our time was 'enjoyed by all. f floor and ceiling
part because we wanted ;to be a 4. 'I LI I with snug hold-
good citizen. A Dllr Fr ing tension. Un- A sleekly trim and
P o.Now, thea s e,.o girs are o really r For limited lighting handsome.tree lamp
cltlzena! They are being Santa CMancer This Christmas and arrangement for corner lighting or
Claus! possibilities, *ex- anywhere in the
May I -add, I would like to thank A smartly designed, [' lends 7 ft. 4" to room. Perfect for the
on. Gowns all whohelped us out-St. Joe Pa- By Jane Lapeyrouse flexible 18" double 9 11. den or sewing room
per Company, Mr. Sonny. Sherrll, Eh earwemakout a list for goose- neck floor too.
the mothers of.,the Brownies and Christmas gifts. At .the top of this lamp. A lovely lamp
last, but far trom least, the mei- gift list, the name of our church of a thousand uses I
ESSEShants of Port St. e! .You have should appear; followed by the for all auxiliary light-
ESSES made not just ten chodren happy, names of -the family, close friends ing in Ihe home.
Misses but 17, for they are being Santa and others.
Claus to seven! This year, as -a -member of your
F Sinceerly, Gulf County Unit of The American
F F JANE LAPEYROUSE Cancer Society, and as chairman
of -the special events for your Gulf
:hristmas NEWS FROM county Unit, I am asking you toA
hIt s NWS F OM Cplease, add one more name to your
DEC. 10 Highland Viewi f li
DEC. 10 ByhlZL- R e- EACANCER, PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
By HAZEL CREAMER Is it asking tq9o -much to ask one
Phone 74976 thousand .peopl~ of Gulf County -to
cut only one dollar from their
-Mr. and Mrs. Glenn arrettspent Christmas shopping and send only
'the week end with his family, M.r. one dollar as *a Christmas .gift to
and Mrs. W. Garrett. Glenn Is fight cancer?
stationed at Fort Leavenworth, Our Christmop Gift to Cancer
Kansas. c aotuld be the very thing that would
r8 peand Mrs. &H. A leo enable sthe research teams to find
Southport visited with Mr. and 'the cause, cures, 'and a preventi- o m JP9
Mrs W. C. .Miles *riliay. tire of Cancer. What better Christ-
Jimmy Cox left Wednesday for mas gift could we give anyone?
training in aviation mechanics at As you pddres e your Christus
United States Naval Air Station, cards, wont you please address
Memphis. Ten-n.,. where he will be one to PLUS FED. EXCISE TAX
from ten to 12 weeks, after having CANCER, 'PORT ST. JOE, FLA -
spent -a -14 day leave-with -his fain- and enclose your Christmas .gift. to 4 EXCITING
fly Mr. .and -Mrk. Clinton Cox. He0fight this dead disease? EX T
was accompanied to Panama City if you aase addressed your COL Ct R 5
by his mother, Mrs. Clinton Cox Chrlstmas cards, won't you 'please F
and Mt. aind. Mrs. Jimmy Whitti ng. slip your Christmas gift -to The Cocoa
ton American Cancer Society into an ,., -4 f"= Charcoal Grey
Mr. and 'Mrs. Marvin E. Owens envelope and .mail to C.r*Blue
_- CANCER, PORT ST. JOE, FLA. '"" '"apri
lr This plea enit out ffor the first -.
FOR Ir F r time last Saturday. Since -then FEATURING
ELECTROLUX Cancer has received -several Christ- REINFORCED CORNERS
Floor poiLshers, vacuum clean- ceive more and we' h street COMPARE THESEeLUXURY FEATURES
ers, supplIes nd parts. Phone. hop e Cancer w -orne strenen bo whe
te EMORY-. STEPHENS Won't you Jotn others and help r '- COMPLETE WITH*
Ask for free demonstration fight Cancer at Christmas time? FORM-FITTING MR
with no obligation. DLE ENT-WOOD BOTTLE LOOPS 0
___._________ Advert sing Doesn't Cost ,t PAYS FRAME


Want Ads Get Reuktt *.
MEXICO. BEACH
Business Association COINS WANTED
Will have 'a" COINS WANTED
Shavea High premiums paid for U. Danley. will be open
XmasBan aet aS. and Canadian coins. Cop-
SanqueCT per, silver, gold and large cur-
Dec. 15 7:00 p.m. CST rency. All Confederate and d Sday af-
at CATALINA REST. Florda money wanted.y e d
Convert, your old money In-
Tickets on sale from: to -Christmas spending* money.
MRS. BOUCHER, C. Freeof rse temaon Chnstmas i re
MRS. CROOMSV E. Call BAll 7-3161 or write The


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