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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 17, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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SPort St. Joe-The Outlet Port fao the Apaltechkiola-Chatfahoochee Valley"


- -- ~ORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 19 g


IS "3E-" $8~1R


Port St. Joe High School Band Will Present Concert of

Christmas Music Tonight At 8:00 In High School Gym

Leroy Bowdoin, principal of the
Port St. Joe High School, announ- 6 a den- Cub Wi Give Prizes To Best
ces that the music department will .
presnt 'the, Junior High" and-'ihe h'ristmas C N... T s Y.B-"
Senior High Bands In a Christmasrt Home Th is Year
musical program tonight beginning
usa program tonight beginning .The .Port St. Joe Garden Club Mrs. Tom Moon.
aThe once t willbe played n the invites all residents to partici- Townspeople of Port St. Joe
Gymnasium. Prices of admission pate in 'an outdoor ]ightin and' are urged to make every street
Gymnaslum. Pi:des of5 admission decorattig .contest. The club is- in the city one of beauty this year
re s ollow: .adults 7c and t- warding three, prizes.-The firstL and every home shining with the
rom the concert ill prize will be $15.00 in cash. The light and beauty of this glorious
Proceeds from -the concert will
.. .. second prize, $10.00 and the third holiday season.
sbe us d to help defray band estivpn .,prize $5.00 for the three moii out- The judging will be at 6:00
e.rt fetia T T st ending home... :p.m. December 22 so have your
which will be held in Monticello There will be five judges, two displays ready.
during mid-Apr.l. outstanding men of the town, wo' The Garden Club expresses its
The newly organized Junior High .accredited flow.er- show -judges- wishes for 'a 'Merry Christmas
School Band-will perform publicly. and the Garden Club -president, and a Happy New Year.
for the first time since the opening
of school. This group is made up '"'--''-;-l
of 76 students in the seventh, eighth
and ninth grades. The Senior Band
membership consists of 84 students
hl grades nine through twelve. i
Both bands will be under the di- I I-. .' ,
reaction of-Herman R. Dean. I "v
Mr. Dean and- the band invited ,,Ik
everyone to come out and enjoy
some good band -music and help
the bands, attend the official band S .-.,,
contest in April.

Football Team Is .-:
Honored At Banquet

The Port St. Joe Sharks' football .. -
team was honored with its ,annual ,-& .? .


banquet last Friday night in' the
Port St. Joe High' School lunch-
roopn..Guests oft the football team
were the cheerleaders and "the
player's dates.
B. B. Scisson acted as master of
ceremonies at :,the event.
Willie Daniell, a member of' the
Shark squad asked the invocation.
During the program 'portion of
Sthe evening, Coach Marion Craig
presented- block letters to the fol-
lowing ,members. of the. Sharks'
team: David Musselwhite, Glenn
Alligood, Buddy Ward, Gene Cox,
Ed Boblbitt, Terry Porter, Joa Wha-
ley,- Jimmy Williams.. Pat 'McFar-
land, Pat. O'Brian, Jimmy edd,
Courtney Martin, Bob Raffield,
Howard Lovett, Kenny Marlow,-,
Bob Munn, Freddie Bowdoin, 'Wil-
lie Daniell, Frank Griffin, Chesley
Fensom, Bob Burkett, Drew Hall,
Jimmy Dawson and Jimmy.Wi.lder.
Coach Craig presented awards to
Pat O'Brian, best blocker; Buddy
Ward, best tackler; Bob Burkett,
best runner. All these awards were
chosen by the Shark team mem-
bqrs.
A presentation of the "Most Val- I
able Player" trophy was made by
Bob 'Sidweir to Ed Bobbitt. TheI
'trophy was donated by Stone's
Shop for Men.
Pat Parrish, sports editor for the
Panama City News-Herald was the
guest speaker for the evening. The
program also included the showing
of a film of the Shark, De Funiak
Springs game, made'by-the De Fun-
lak- Springs .hool. .
Oaptain Ed .Bobbitt .presented
gifts ito Coaches Marion Craig dali
Lamar Faison on behalf of .the
football squad.
A dance at the STAC House was
held for the group following the
banquet.
Radio Station WJOE financed
the banquet.
Guests at the banquet included
Mrs. Hazel Bowdoln, Mrs. B. B.
Scisson, Mrs. Lamar Faison, Miss
Martha Veverhka,M.rs .Bob Sidwell
and Mrs. Marion Craig.


FISHERMEN-Bobby Plair (left) and.his brother Jeff Plair display
one of the big rock fish they caught last week in the Intra-Coastal
Canal. Of course Jeff came back after 'the picture was .made and laid
claim to- catching a bigger one. (Star photo)


Star Will Be Early

For Next Week

The Star. will observe an.
early mailing date next week, f
going into the malls on Tues- t
day morning.
The Star's regular mailing
date .would be on Christmas
Eve causing the paper to go
Into the mails on the post of. t
fice' busiest-day of the season.
In order to alleviate this sit- ,
uation. and give The Star per-
sonnel more time off for the
Christmas' holiday we will go p
to' press' early.
The last press run for next
week's paper will be made on
Monday night. Other- press
runs will be made on Satur-
day and Monday morning.
If you have any news or ad-
vertising for next week's pa-
per, please see that it reaches
the office by Monday noon.


Moose Xmas Baskets

The Loyal Order of Moose Lodge
of Port St. Joe is gathering food,
clothing and toys for distribution
.o poor needy families on Christ-
atn Eve. The Club 'has already
'aised- some money -during the past
few weeks through promotion of
turkey shoots and various other
projects. In addition to the Club's
own efforts they have received nu-
merous donations from various or-
ganizations and citizens throughout
the city.
The Club- is still accepting toys
for distribution. The would urge
that you 'bring your toys in as soon
as possible for repairing and re-
painting as the time for such activi-
ties is growing short.
The Moose would also request
that anyone knowing of needy fam-
ilies .give the names to the Lodge
so that they may be remembered
on Christmas Eve.
All food, clothing, toys or names
of needy families may be turned
in at the Palace Barber Shop or
call the .Moose Lodge at BAll 7-5291
after 5:00 p.m.


harit Favors ary Tax;




Assessments or Streets



Post Office Announces Extra Hours Declares Commission Must Begin To

For Christmas Holiday Mailing Season Think About Coming Parking Problem

Foi the convenience of the Street; in front of Elementary In the City Commission meeting held Tuesday night, Ma-
patronut of the Port St. Joe Post c-houl: corner of Long and 16th yor J. L. Sharit made two recommendations to the Commission
Office and to 'help expedite the Street; Oak Grove Community- for increasing tax revenue and getting the City's streets paved.
handling ,-f Christmas mail, Post- Store, corner Garrison Avenue M recommended a withholding tax to swell he city
master Chauncey Costin stated and Huntelr Circle and corner of ayor Sharit recommended a withholding tax to swell the city
.that the local office would remain Main Street and Avenue C. Mail coffers. He also recommended a property assessment for paving.
open Saturday afternoon. Decem- deposited in these boxes will re- Sharit pointed out to the Com- The Mayor called attention to the
ber 19 and that all regular ser- ceive the same dispatch as .mail mission that .the matter of assess- fathatPort StlleJoe willntsoon have
.,Ies would be available. The of- deposited at the post office ing property owners for street pay- 1,000 new families to provide ree-
fice will be clIed on Sunday. De- Co-uti further sutted that it tig would probably prove unpopu- reaction and services for.
cemnber 20, except for -the deposit would be necessary to have a city lar in view of the fact that the "Already the people are clamor-
of mnull and post office box ser- carrier delivery on Sunday, De- County will, begin to pave some "Already for moe peoplaygrounds, swim-
vice. The. usual dispatch of out- cember 20. streets in the city probably in ng for morks, et.e playgrounds, im-ldren
going mail will also be made Sun- March, with state secondary road ming pools, .arks, etc., for children
Sounds at no assessment ,o people to play in", .the Mayor said. 'Some-
day afternoon. : .vn u the streets to Pe paved. how, if we -are to have thesethings,
: *- living ou the streets to be paved.
Regular week day office hours Rotary Bringing Streets set aside to be paved at we must find a means to finance,
Are from :8:30 to 5:00 p.m.: is time are First Street from them. and I can think .of no more
Costing lso calls attention o Santa To T wn Highway 98 to Garrison.Avenue; ad l thanthe ta
the new schedule of box collec- I .Garrison Avenue from First Street I am proposing here", Sharit con-
tion f whIhh will meet each prin- The Port St. Joe Rotary to 16th Street; Long Avenue from Inued."
cipal. dispatch of out-going mail. Club will .bring .Santa Claus Fifth Street to First Street; 16th Sharit declared -that the creation
C,:.llection boxes are located as back to town this Saturday af- Street from Highway 98 to Garri' of such a tax would make the peo-
follows: in front of Motel Sit. ternoon at 3:30 p.m. for his son Avenue and Fifth Street from pie more interested in the City ac-
Joe; corner of *Long and Ninth annual visit. 'IHighway 98 to St. Joseph's Bay. tivities by virtue of the fact that
This visit of Santa sponsor- Sharit -expressed regrets that sea- 'they would be directly helping to
Sharks Lose A n Both ship is an annual project of ondary paving would pave only support it.
n gks Lost W he Rotary Club. ,these streets, but certain restric- Parking Situation
Outings Last Week Santa will arrive at the City tons on streets to be paved from The Mayor also said the City
Park on the corner of Fifth these funds prevent others from should begin to think of providing
Chipley edged Port St. Joe, 12-9 Street and Monument Avenue falling into this program. parking facilities for downtown
'.aturdaey night ..n the Sharks home promptly at 3:30 p.m. to talk Assessment PlanPort St. Jo declared that par
floor in one of the lowest scoring to all the children and handThe Mayor told the Board that ing is already a remium in down-
1.3'ketb, il games on record. out bags of fruit and candy. The Mayor told the Board that ing is already a premium In down-
Port St. Joe coon rrollrd. bal The Club invites all the chil- he favored the City going ahead town Port St. Joe. "What are we
lot two minu0a in the first and dren of Port St. Joe to be their 'and putting a hot-op on all streets going to do when our town begins
second periods and for ix. min- guests at this occasion and in Port St. Joe 'that needed paving. to grow like we want it to?",' he
second per third quarter, but the talk personally with Santa The cost, under his plan, would be said. The Mayor called 'attention
e in the td qu divided with property owners on to the fact .that if the City ignores
Tigers collected enough points in reach side of "the streets to be pav- this, problem too long, shopping
the remaining periods tooffset th UAL STAFF WANTS ed payifig one .third of the cost and centers will spring up in the out-
O CM b P the city paying one third. skirts of town land draw business
Jimmy Dawosc, Shlark gu-rd, was HOMECOMING PICTURES The Mayor had talked to the edi- from the downtown area.
high scorer or the night with ioud Th Annual Staff at the Port St. tor of -The St about -h;i matter The Mayor recommended that
nts. Bob Mnn ad D usJoe High Schoul would like to bor- several weeks ago -and the editor the Commission begin thinking to-
selwhite collected two poin-tseach row pictures that may -have been asked the Mayor how much the ward 'the time of purchasing pro-
to back Dawson. made of the homecoming ceremon- property owner's pro rata share perty .for a parking lot to protect
The Sharks and Chipley .Unded ies in November. would be. Mayor Sharit said that downtown .merchants and provide
the first period all tied up, 4-4 The The staff wants pictures that may he would try to get that cost and convenient parking for Port .St.
Sharks took the lead at the. half, have been taken at the homecoming reported Tuesday night that it Joe's shopping public.
6-4, but Chipley retaliated in the parade or at the ceremonies on -the would run about $1.00 per front No Action Taken
third aid. final quarters bihti g for athletic field during the 'homecom- foot for each property owner. In Sharit didn't ask for any action
four points in each frame. ing game -other words, the owner of a 75 foot on either of -his proposals. He told
Score by quarters: The .pictures will be returned to lot would pay $75.00 for paving in the Board he. was merely mention-
Port St. Joe ."-. 4 2 1 9 their owners. If you have these pic- front of his property. ing these items to provide food for
Chip'ey -..... ....1 4 0 4 4-12 turesand would loan them to the Sharit said the abolishment of the thought, since each problem was
St. Joe fg ft p| Chipley fg ft tp annual staff, please call 'the High City gasoline tax two years ago soon going to be a pressing one to
Muhn 1 0 21 Owens 0 9 4 School deprived ,the city -of about $15,000 the City and he wished the Com-
Daniell 0 1 i M'Cormick 0 0 0 ____ per year -that was used for this mission to ,begin thinking toward
White 1. O2ITrawick 1 2 4 Up purpose. solving these few 'matters before
Dawson 0 4 iHartzog 1 1 3 Errors Come U Withholding Tax they did become ,pressing -problems.
Wilder 0 Gordy 0 0 0 A The Mayor's second proposal to -
i,4Harrell 0 1 1 In Stne'S AdV. the Commission was the creation Santa Letters Wanted!
-- of a withholding tax for all who
A determiLn Aort St. Joe attack After the advertisement for earn their wages here in Port St. In next week's issue, The Star
was not suode&ful Tuesday 'night Stones' 'Shop for Men was printed Joe, whether or not they live in will print. all the "Letters To
as they lost, teilr second basket- for 'this. week's .paper two errors Port St. Joe. The Mayoi recom- Santa Claus" that we have receiv-
ball same of e'season to the Al- were ?discovered in the ad. The er- mended that this tax be two tenths ed.
tha Wildcats -Altha. rors got into 'the ad through the of ,one mill. He ascertained that If you want to write to Santa
The Sharks Jost their game by mis-interpretation. of Jesse's so- this tax would bring in about $17,- Claus, sit down and do it right
a score of 56-49. The Sharksiwere called "penmanship" and are regret- 000.00 each year. now and put it In the mall.
behind at half time by a score of ted. The initial handkerchiefs in his As an example, the tax proposed You have to hurry because
24 to '14. The local team roared ad should be three for $1.50 and by Sharit would -cost a wage earner The Star will come out early
back in the third and fourth iquar- not five. The slacks he has for sale drawing $500.00 per month, $1.00 a next week and we want to be
ter scoring 17 points in .each frame. go as high as $15.95 'and not $12.95. month out of his salary, sure to have your letter In time.


The Sharks nearest .point to vic-
tory came in the last period when
they pulled up to within three
points of the Wildcats, but could
not pull 'the game out of the flre. :
Jimmy Dawson was high point ,.....
man for Port St. Joe with 11 points '', ,,
,to his credit. He was followed close- f"'-t'.. i,.

Wilder with 10 points each.
Score by quarters: .
Altha 15 8 14 19-56 'E


Port St. Joe --. 9 5 1


7 17-48


St. Joe fg ft tp Altha fg ft tp
Munn 4 1 .9 Barfleld 0 0 0
Daniell 3 4 10 Melton 0 0 0
Ward 11 3 Tric'y 2 1 5
Dawson 4 3 11 Melton 10 9 29
Wilder 4 2 10 Granger 4 3 11
Alligood 0 0 0 Sewell 3 5 11
Gardner 1 0 2 Sewell 0 0 0
Bowdoin 1 1 3 '
Ray 0 0 0
Hall 0 0 0
The Sharks "B" squad trounced
Altha's Jayvees in the preliminary
game, 36-19.

SHARKS WILL PLAY
QUINCY HERE FRIDAY
The Port St. Joe Sharks will play
Quincy 'here tomorrow night at
8:00 p.m. in their last game before
the Chri.stmas holidays.
The "B" game will get underway
at 7:00 p.m.


SHARK'S CAGE TEAM-Above is Port St. Joe's hopes for a good basketball season'this year. They are,
left 'to right, front row, Jimmy Dawson, Bo'b Munn, David Musselwhite, Wilie Daniell and Jimmy Wil-
der. Back row, left to right, Albert Ray, Don Gardner, Buddy Ward, Glenn Alligood, Nelson Hall and
Freddy Bowdoin. (Star photo)


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


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.-MQ( EY TAK -.Let's keep ,
it whspt' we ian speak-with't t
once In awhile-Trade with
your home town merchants



NUMBER 12










St. Joe Senior Students Writ About

"What iStms Means To Me"

By GLENN ALLIGOOD IChrist's birthday. I am going to
Everyone has his own feelings as .press my feelings and concept
to what Christmas means to him. what Christmas means to me.
Whether it be the receiving of gifts When I was younger and belti
the giving of gifts, a time to- num- in Santa Claus, Christmas had
erous parties, or the observance ot entirely different meaning to


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~.'rri ft does now, .i-i-in.- to me
then, was a time of _giving and re-
ceiving gifts. Chri.;mas -was some-
thing that I could hardly wait Lor
each year. It seemed as though this
festive occasion only came ar-ery
o ex- three or four years. The tierdest
)t of thing in the world for me -to eo, it
seemed, was to go to sleep on
eved Christmas Eve. I will never forget
d an the wonderous times I had, rising
me early on Chr;itma3 morning to seer
what Santa had brought me, and to
M see the tihngs that my friends had
received. When Christmas had
come and gone, I always cried be-
cause it would seem such a long
time before it would ever come
again. This concept of Christmas
will always be -a highlight in my
life.


Now that I have advanced some-
what in years, and grown somewhat
wiser, the -meaning of Christmas to
me has changed. I still love my
old concept of Christmas, and it
thrills me !greatly tor see children
enjoying it as I did. But now, I can
see the true meaning of Christmas.
Now, not only does Christmas mean
to me a time for friends and rela-
tives to get together, a time to give
-and receive gifts, but it also signi-
fies the birth of Jesus. This .should
be kept in first place in the minds
of people today as they think f
Christmas. I am thankful that I
have been taught to see this most
important part of Christmas. Christ-
mnas would be enjoyed much more
if ,people would just stop to think
of what the real meaning of Christ-
mRas is.
I know that I shall .never forget
the meaning of Christmas that I re-
ceived -as a child for this has been
a very important part of my life.
I hope that I will always be able
to have Christ in -my Chriatmas. ..


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j; DIANNA P'TZPATRICK carolers in a sleigh iurt'e, by great the last bright colored paper wrap-.
? r-staas has always seemed to horses and riding Over beautiful pings surrounding it. Or to remem-
io to, be the biggest, grandest, and moonlit snow. ber your own surprise when you i
lost beautiful holiday of the year. The second and most important opened the gift you have hoped and-.
:qmes and shops and. even ithe meaning of Christmas is, that it's hinted for all year. Also the feel-
:r=-ets are decorated with bright the celebration of the birth of ing of satisfaction when all the
Lristmas decorations. People hus- Christ. Here I see the manger gifts had been opened and you ga-
e everywhere trying to get their scene with the bright star shining there around the Christmas tree
ist-minute shopping done. The lit- on our Saviour. And I see the shep- to compare gifts and to see what
le children run around with shin- herds and wise men bringing their everyone received.
ig eyes telling everyone what San- gifts to Him. The shepherds bring Then after the gifts comes the
a Claus is going to bring them. their humble gifts while the wise Christmas dinner. This dinner will
these and the many other Christ- men bring their elaborate ones. be one of the finest meals served
ass scenes are the things that The spirit of Christmas is shared all year. The- women of the family
aske Christmas so bright and won- by everyone, and they feel like all join together in planning, cook-
.rfu-. Everyone ? seems to be so .haria-, some of their happiness ing. and serving. The men and chil-i
happy. with everyone, dren of the family all join together
As i have grown older, of course, in eating and enjoeting it.
hristmas has a new meaning for By WILLIE DANIELL Of course eating and receiving
ae. The excitement which would There is no other holiday in the gifts is not 'all that makes a com-
uild up in me to the .point of near year that can compare with Christ- plate happy Christmas. An impor-
sploaion on Christmas Eve be- mas. It is the happiest time of the tant factor in any Christmas season
cause of Santa Claus, has changed year with singing, eating, relaxing, is spirit. Spirit shows up In many
c a warm, happy feeling which, I and just enjoying the holiday sea- places during a Christmas celebra-
elieve, is very infectious around son. .. tion. You see the action of the
hristmas-time. The symbolic holly I love the cold weather. It puts Christmas spirit on the streets, in
ad mistletoe, the Christmas tree, everything and 'everyone in tthe ibe tores and at 'the homes.
he "tons" of delicious food which right atmosphere. On the streets the spirit Is pre-
.y mother always cooks, and the Decorating the tree is one of the sented in the form of happy faces,
nging of Christmas carols, are main events. Among the warmth cheerful voices and flat bank ac-
he things which, I think, give me and laughter in a big living room counts. In the bome Christmas aplr-
te Christmas spirit. Christmas one can feel th ecoherence of loved it is shown by the general attitude
pirit is a feeling that I love very ones as they decorate the tree and of the members of the family.
uch, enjoy themselves. Most Important of all, we should
The Christmas story which is Then comes the time to partake keep in aeInd the real reason or
Dld in church, on the radio, and of the food. There is such a variety having a Christmas celebration is
read at home on Christmas Eve, of food one never fills himself to not for' our own personal pleasure,
I believe, the most beautiful his satisfaction, but surely enjoys but to honor the birth of Christ.
art of Christmas. I ,think as a per- trying. And in keeping this in mind we
n grows too old for Santa Claus, The highlight of Christmas is the will have a tendency not to make
ie real meaning of Christmas takes giving and receiving of gitts. The sure we have a good time, but to
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gets his pleasure and joy from giv-
ing instead receiving at Christmas
as he grows older. Christmas is a
wonderful time and I would hate
to think of living each year with-
out having that one special day to
look forward 'to.

By FREDA TRAMMELL
Christmas is a happy and jolly
season. It's the .time when everyone
is either buying or selling. And the
whole 'town is decorated for the oc-
casion. The windows are lighted
and the trees are beautiful with
their many colored llght.. The hol-
ly wreath and mistletoe add much
to the meaning of Christmas.
Christmas really has two meanings
to me.
When the word Christmas is men-
tiondd around me, two pictures
flash 'in my mind. One of -them is
a fat, jolly Santa Claus. I see many
people rushing around, laden with
packages and presents. I also see


besu way 'uto ue j1appy is o ma eV
someone else happy. One can't
help but feel that inner glow when
iomneuae'F face lights up with hap-
piness after having opened their
presents.
The most important part of
Christmas, to me, is not indulging
in the frivolities of man, though
this is customary, but to celebrate
the birth of Christ. There is no
hubleness about Christmas unless
I stop and reverently give ,thanks
for making all of this possible.

By NORMAN BUCHERT
When someone mentions that
Christmas Is drawing near, it is
very natural for one's heart to akip
a beat or flutter a little. It is not
hard to remember allt the good
times Christmases have brought in
the past. You remember the thrill
of shopping all over town 'to find
.the perfect gift for a certain per-
son, anrd then watching the expres-
sion on his face when he unwraps


By NOBIE STONE
It is trae that Christmas is a time
of celebrating, exchanging gifts,
having parties and merry-making,
but too often we leave it at this.
True, this is an important part of
ouI Christmas, but it should be sec-
ondary, not first or one and only.
Christmas should be Christmas not
on Xmas. Christ is often 'left out
altogether, and after all, the whole
occasion is Teally to celebrate his
birth.
I have always enjoyed Christmas,
both in the days when I impatient-
ly waited for morning to come so
that I could iee what Santa ClauA
had left, and now, Santa has long
since disappeared from the scene,
but the spirit of Christmas still re-
mains.
Christmas is time when families
can be together, enjoy each oth-
er's company, and share in the true
Chriatmaa spirit.


Then, too, Christmas is a time of
'bankigiving. Whein.I see all hte
lifts.and food being passed around
on Christmas day, I cannot -help
thinking of the many people who
have nothing with which-to cele-
brate, and of the sorrow and anx-
iety which they must. feel. Christ-
mas should truly be a time of
thankfulness for those who are able
to celebrate it so lav sablh; however,
even the very poor can he thank-
ful for the birth of Christ.
All in all, for me, Christmas is
a very happy and joyful time, and
it should be; it is in honor of the
world's greatest event.




'James' Gems I


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(From the Florida Times-Union)
TALILAHASSEE.- Property as4
sessmnent level .are edging 'up
throughout the state after three
years. f effort, but estate official
said Monday ,the goal of 60 pel'
cent valuations, was still ahree to
five years away..
The-general -level of assessments
In the-67 counties climbed ot 47.52"
per cent of full. value during 1959,
Bruce C. Davia, director of the
State Railroa.d Asaessment Board,
reported. : ** '
That's. ,a jump of about iour lper-
centage points over the 43.32 per
cent figure of 1958, and Davis said
at least four other counties already
had revaluation programs under
way. *
Davis said a-combination of fac-
tors was stimnu'lting moves to-
ward revaluations in big and little
counties alike. He forecast that the
general level of assessments would
reach 60 per cent in three to five
years.'
While state law requires that pro-
perty be assessed at full cash val-
ue, State Comptroller.Ray E. Green
and many key legislators have said
they felt 60 per cent was a more
realistic figure.
12 at 60 Pet. Level
Twelve counties now assess pro-
perty at 60 per cent or better, and
21 assess at 50 "per cent or better.
Latest county to start a move to-
ward revaluation Is Calhoun County
In West Florida, whose ratio of
29.78 per cent Is among the low-
est 'in the state.
Davis said Polk County had re-
valued during *the past year but
didn't complete it in time to get
on the 1959 lists. Other counties
which have revalualtons under way
are Osceola and Pasco. Indian RI-
ver and St. Lucie are-.doing some
talking about it.
Durhn 1959, six., counties made
complete revaluations of property
-Collier, Hardee, Liberty, Martin,
Okeechobee and Seminole. In 13
others, -the assessment levels were
Increased by county tax assessors
reworking their rolls.
Reasons Vary
The assessment boost. arecam- o
ing about as a. result of voluntary
and forced actions.
But the big .push is coming from
economic necessity. Counties being
hard pushed to find local funds to
operate county governments and
schools are being forced to raie
assessments -
Generally, the assessment hike
Is accompanied by a mlllage cut.
The effect Is that property which
had escaped taxation through home-
stead exemption is brought on the
tax books., .,
Davis said that In a few cases
counties whidh had cut the millage
in the revaluation .program were
finding it necessary -to raise mill-
age slightly. -
But the overall effect is that
-many homes throughout the state
which were -paying no taxes three
years ,back are now on the -tax
books.

NEWS FROM
Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER ,
Phone 7.4976


Mrs. J. L. Parker and daughters
Janice and Faye and son Lamar of
Holt spent the; week end with Mrs.
Parker's mother and father, Mr. "
and Mrs. G. W, Skipper.
Mr. and MrX.T Joe Dougherty of
Tallahassee visited the latter's par-
onst, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Canning-
ton during the. week end.
Mrs. Lola Mims, Mrs. W. C.
Miles and daughter Carl Jean were
shopping in Panama City Friday
night.
Mr. and Mis. Harry -Jones of
Jackson, Alabama visited the lat-
ter's father, Charles W. Revell dur-
ing the week.-end..
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Skipper
and sons, Gregory and Jeff of Pan-
ama City spent Sunday with. Mr.
Skipper's mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. -Skipper.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howell and
daughter, Patricia, visited Sunday
with their aunt, Mrs. Mae Creamer
iand family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brannon and
family visited friends and relatives
in Oarrabelle Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J, V. Cannington
visited friends and relatives in Pan-
ama City Saturday.
Miss Nell McDaniell of Hostord.
visited with Hazel Creamer and
Carl Jean Miles Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Taylor and
children of Linden, Alabama visit-
ed the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Hersey during the week.


Mr.: and Mrs. David CGoley spent Branch. Scripture was read by Ted
Sunday:in Tallahassee with r. Co- Whitfield, taken from the second
leyts brother, who is a patient at chapter of Matthew. Larry Richter
a Tallahasseehoapltit led the. opening prayer. The mem-
Mrs. 'Ruby, Dykes -and baby of bears present were: Larry Branch,
Apalachlcola spent the week end Larry Richter, Jerry Habuck, Jer-
with her parents, Mr/. and Mrs. Jim ry Branch, Tommy Adams, Johnny
Whittngton. -: Richter, James 'Keel, Ted Whi.tfield,
.. --and their counsellors, Archie Floyd
S R. A. NEWS and Gene Cox, After the meeting
The Highland View R. A. met at was dismissed the R. A: met at the,
7.30 :p.m. Monday, December 14 at bomre of Gene Cox where -all enjoy-
'the Highland View Baptist Church. ed delicious cookies and hot choco-
The meeting was called 'to order late.
by the ambassador-in-chief, Jerry


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The Fourth Sunday- ih Advent,
December 20. 7:30 a.m., celebration
of the Holy Communion. 9:45 a.m.,
th6 Church -School. 11:00 a.m.,
Morning prayer and sermon. This
service will be iminedlately follow-.
ed by the monthly, third Sunday,
covered dish dinner. 9t. Mary's.
Guild will be in charge, Mrs. Tom
Coldewey, leader.
The -annual Christmas :party forr
the Sunday School and the Phrish
will be held immediately after the
dinner. Be sure to attend and bring
-all the children. ,Members- and
friends of the church are requested
not to bring dessert to -the dinner
as dessert will. be furnished by the
Episcopal Women of St. James'.
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe,,Ftorlda THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1950


ning Prayer. and Sermon at St.
John's Church,.-Wewahitchka.
Christmas Eve, Thursday, Dec.
24: 7:00 p.m. (OST) Celebration of.
the Holy Communion and sermon
at St. John's, Wewahitchk'a.
11: 00 p.m. The Festal Choral Eu-
charist, Sermon and Candle Light-
ing. Observe Christmastide by wor-
shipping Christ, the newborn king.
God gave Himself to mankind and
bids you to receive Him the chiek-
est of His birthday's gifts. Attend
Church on; Christmas- Eve!
'The public is cordially.invited. o
roraship with us and is assured of.
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Lewis J. Little, Jr., On December 6 /,

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Jr.,,and the late Mr. Mahon of Port before the beautiful church altar
St. Joe, became the ,bride of Louis which was centered with a cross
Jefferson Little, Jr., son of Mr. and of gold flanked on either side by
Mrs. Louis Jefferson Little, of Troy, seven-branch brass candelabra with
Alabama, in the First Methodist white tapers and brass floor stan-
Church of Port St. Joe on Decem- dards of giant white mums and
.ber 6. The Reverend Charles *M. gladiolus. Soft. candlelight was pro-
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ceremony. abra.
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at he oraga ind Mrs. James Tani-
eraley sang, "Because" and, at the
end of the ceremony, "The Lord's
Prayer." .
Candles were lighted by 'Ferrel'
0. Allen, Jr., of Port St. Joe; and
William Phelps of Troy, Alabama.
The -bride's only attendant was.
Miss Dianne PLnckard of Troy, Ala-
bama. She wore a two-piece light
blue dress and carried a nosgeay
of white carnations. Kenneth L.
Shaw, of Troy, Alabama and Long
Island, New York, served as 'best
man for the groom.
The bride, given in marriage by
her brother-in-law, Marion Parker,
was lovely in a' light beige soft
wool dress featuring a bodice ex-
quisitely embroidered with seed
pearls and accented with .beige sa-
tin trim. She chose accessories of
the exact shade as her dress and
carried a white prayer book show-
ered with Illy-of-the-valley topped
with a white orchid.
The mother of ,the bride chose a
two-piece brocaded dress of egg-
shell color trimmed with a small
-mink collar, with which she wore
brown accessories and a lavender
orchid corsage.
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held -in th.e
home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Par-
ker. The bride's table was covered
with a hand made cut-work cloth
of light .pink. The table was set be-
fore windows draped In light pink
sheer drapes and was centered
with a silver epergne holding pink
carnations and pink .tapers. The
wedding cake was topped with a
miniature bride and groom and en-
circled with light pink pearl grapes.
White munis and gladiolus were
used in the living and dining rooms,
and the double doorway into the
dining room was centered with a
large wedding bell trimmed with
lily-of-the-valley.
The bride's book was kept by
Mrs. Charles Parker and the wed-
ding cake served by Mrs. Joel
Strait.'Misses Jane Bolon and Char-
ilene Foster assisted in serving at
the reception.
Mr. ana Mrs. Little will -make
their home in Troy, Alabama, where
Mrs. Little is a Junior at Troy
State College and Mr. Little, who
also attended Troy State, is in busi-
ness with his father.

Mrs. Quarles Fetes Baptist
Circle With Xmas Party
Mrs. Bill Quarles had the five
Day Circles of the First Baptist
WMS in her home Monday after-
noon. for their annual Christmas
party.
The Circles met separately for a
short business meeting. After pray-
er by Mrs. C. A. 'McClellan, Mrs.
Quarles, assisted by the circle
chairmen served delicious refresh-
ments of sandwiches, coffee and
fruit cake to the 37 members pres-
ent.

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Recipe Giving


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spirit? Why not give your fa-
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favorite with you because of the
Sease of preparation, yet full of
mouth watering flavor. Members
of your club or neighborhood will
love the idea.
Start your "recipe giving" col,
election with Beef Noodle Casserole.
This recipe, using condensed lege-
table beef soup' forms a real begin-
ning for a taste tempting treat.
Make it on top of the. range in
your prettiest skillet then take It
right to the table for delightful
holiday eating. You couldn't ash
for easier preparation.
Attach this recipe, your favorite
cookie recipe and a menu suggest.
tion. Tuck into a gaily decorated
felt stocking and tie with a red
ribbon..
Beef Noodle Casserole
4 ounces medium noodles ,1
(Akbout 2 cups cooked)
2 tablespoons chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped green '
pepper .
1 pound ground beef,
1 tablespoon shortening
1 can (10%' ounces) condensed
'vegetable beef soup
1 soup can water
I tablespoon Worcestershire
Dash black pepper
Sour cream, If desired
Cook noodles as directed on
package. Meanwhile, .in a large
ikillet, browri onion, green pep-
per, and ground beef in shortening.
idd cooked noodles, soup, water$
Worcestershire, and pepper. Cool
dowly for fifteen minutes, stirring
occasionally. Serve with sour
cream, if denied. Makes 4 to 6
servings. SNIS


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida'THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1969

was 3hite carnations and lily of
Davis-Green the valley.
I Linlda Burge, a cousin of the
Vows Exchanged Ibride, was her only attendant.
-- Aftter the Impressive ceremony,
The maria Miss Ivy Mae performed by the Rev. C. Byron
The marriage of Miss Ivy Mae Smith, cake and coffee was served,
Davis andJackie Green was solem-Mrs. Vera Burge
nized at 2:00 .p.m. In the home of t th gs b M. e Burge
nized at 2:00 p.. the.home of and Mrs. Alma Sanford. After the
the bride's parents on Eighth Street reception, the couple left for a
Monday, December 14.
For her wedine Miss Davis wore short honeymoon -trip.
a ballerina length dress of white "
silk brocade. Her wedding bouquet Advertising doesn't oest-ft PA'V


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Hardy-Aplin

Wedding Told

'Mr. and 'Mrs. Parker Hart an-
nounce the marriage of -their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Nadine Hardy, to Deomis
Aplin. The wedding took place in
Fernandina Beach Saturday. De-
cember 5 at 11:30 a.m.
The bride -wa sattlred in a brown
woDl suit( her accessories were
brown and white. She also wore a
lovely purple orchid. The ,maid of
honor was Mrs. Madeline Gerken
of Fernandina Beach. The best man
was Ray Edwards, also of Fernan-


dina Beach.
The bride is employed by Dr. W.
F. Wager. The groom is .presently
employed at the St Joe Paper Com-
.pany.
The couple is now residing ,at
505.-. Tenth Street here in Port St.
Joe.
Arriving for Visit
Rev. and Mrs. John Alford of
Louisville. Ky., will arrive Friday
for a visit witti Mrs. Alford's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Lewis.

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By :RUSSELL KAY
Thirty years is a long time
serve any -cause and this week I
want to tip iny hat to a chip I like
to think of a "Mr. Florida Safe-
ty," Asber Frank, executive secre--
tary of the Florida Safety Council,
which was organized in 1929.
Asher recently, celebrated his
75th birthday but he is still going
strong, still serves as secretary of
the Council and is. still -concerned
with making Florida ,a safer place
in which to live.
I first met him over 30 years ago.
shortly after he 'had launched a
program to sell safety :to the bus
and.. truck lines- then operating in
"the state. In ,those days the com-
mon carriers. handling freight by
truck had few friends and little or
no public good will.


vate truck operators opposed them -any type of legislation that would
and politicians Jumped on them'.as 'restrict roaming cattle. Motorists
destroyers of -public highways. didn't like 'the idea of being licen-
Hiighways in those days were nar- aed to drive.their cars and objected
row, shoulders were -soft, sandy to a fee for such licenses. Sheriffs.
-and .dangerous, Truck drivers hog- and constables .contended they
ged the road, ignoring the rightsof could adequately police the high-
motorists and pedestrians alike, ways and there was no need for a
Frank saw the crying need for'safe- state police force or highway patrol.


ty education, constructive safety
legislation and a campaign to en-
courage courtesy and consideration
on the part of both private vehicles
and common carriers.
The Florida Safety Safety Coun-
ci was set up as an independent,
non-profit organization, Its support
to come from funds provided by
firms and Individuals, with no sup-
port from the state.
The Council advocated drivers 11-
censes, a state highway -patrol and
the removal of livestock from the
highways. None of these proposals
were popular with either the pub.
lie or .politicians. Cattle interests


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All this opposition did not dis-
courage Frank. He doggedly intro-
l 1 lA i d s aned to brinz


Wilder Voted "Most HUNTIrNGDON'CLOSING
Valuable" At Suwanee FOR HOLIDAYS
-Montgomery, Ala.-After a ga
SEWANEE, TENN.-Tiger team- period of pre-Christmas activities;
mates last Tuesday night voted Huntingdon. College will close Di
Walter Wilder "'inost valuable cember 18 for the holidays. Clas
back" of the season and end Jim work will be resumed on MondaY
Gibson. -"most valuable lineman." January 4. .
Aailback Wilder, whose dramatic Enrolled in the college from Poi
shift to wing-back in midseason St. Joe is Anais Lota Lolius, daugl
was credited with converting a los- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Lilil


uLLU 5ffi. i" taIg year into a winner, serve das
about greater safety on our high- captain. in 1958 he gained al-most
ways. Traveling .the state he -made more than any bac in
hundreds of talks ,to ie.vic clubs, .asm conference. ke-
mbrsO -o e -chools dthe southeastern conference. -Re-
chambers of commerce, schools and turning fo rhis final year, the tri-
just about anyone who wou threat man from Port, St. Joe,
-ten. D Florida, found himself heldd for few
Gov., Dave Sholtz recognized le gains and bottled up on his for-
work Frank was doing by appoint- erly deadly passing. Coach Shir-
ing him State Safety Director. Ag- ly Majors took advantage of Wil-
ricultural Commissioner h Natban der's versatility and the talent of
Mayo, disturbed over he number-four freshman tailbacks, and hand-
of accidents on the farm, called in ed blocking assignments to his best
Frank to see if .some sort of a pro- e th s beso
gram could be worked, out-to pro- unner for -the rest of the season.
am could be work out-topro- Wilder'. teammates rewarded him
mote safety on the farm. Insurancehighest honor ty could
companies and other safety minded confer on a -man who gained 'nly:
citizens joined the council in urg- a mn w a i n
Lng the Governor ,to appoint a Citi- previous sason.
zen's Committee on Public Safety. The voting came at the annual
This united effort began to have banquet of the football team el
its -effect. After many hard fought at Claramont Restaurant. Principal
legislative battles the program ad- speakers were Shirley Mlajors,, ath-
vocated by -the Florida Safety Coun- letic director Walter Bryant, and
cil became a reality. A State High- basketball coach Lon Varnell. Ar-
way- Patrol was organized, a driv- thur Ben Chitty, Sewanee histori-
er's license law was enacted, School her, w tastmaser.
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Boy ,patrols were set up to sare-
guard children at crossings, traffic
laws and regulations were made
more 'uniform throughout the state,
steel .replaced wood in the construe-
tion of school buses, another ob-
jective of -the council.
Getting the cows off the highway
was the toughest problem of all but
Gov. Fuller Warren, took the bull
by the horns, so to speak, and in
spite of -the opposition of cattle in-
-terests succeeded in finally -driving
cattle from our highways. It was
the best thing that ever happened
for the cattle Industry, for it put
cattle behind fences and set hte
stage for the .production of high
grade stock rather than scrub.
Today Frank doesn't have to sell
the need for safety on our high-
ways. .He has .plenty of help. The.
Governor's Safety Cbmmittee, Com-
missioner Edwin Larson, and many
others aie waging a constant bat-
tle and great credit is due them
for -their fine work in this direc-
-tion. Frank looks back over 30
years of service in promoting a.fe-
-ty and at 75, is thankful that he liv-
ed to see so much accomplished.


Highland View Methodists
Plan Christmas Program
The' Highland View Methodist
Church will present, "The Story of
Christmas", a pageant arranged by
Altie Norton Fort and directed by
Mrs.-A. B. Pratt on Sunday, Decem-
ber 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Church
sanctuary.
The story is portrayed In eight
tableaux as follows: The Prophecy,
The Annunciation, Mary and Eliza-
beth, The Birth of Jesus, The Pro-
phecy Fulfilled, The Shepherds and
th eAngel, The Visit of the Wise
Men, The Finale.
A choir -and the reading of the
Holy Scripture will impress the
story of the Nativity on eye, .ar:
and heart -and we remember that
th. Word was made flesh.
The public is cordially invited to
attend this beautiful service and
re-live in its .mnd and heart a pil-
grimage -to the .manger in Bethle-
hem.


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-FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished FOR RENT: Small two .bedroom
cottages. $45 per month. Ander- house. Furnished. Located at
Ron Cottages, SL Joe Beach. tic Beacon Hill. Two bedroom house
on First St. See Bill Carr at St. Joe
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom Hardware Co. tc-12-17
attractively furnished a par t- -
ments. Coo6 in summer, warm in FOR RENT: -Small furnished ap-
winter. as heat, window fans. I artfent. Suitable for married cou-
They have to be seen to be appre- pie. Living-bedroom, kitchen and
delated. Also nice Trailer parking bathroom. Phone 9-1301 or 7-2711.
pace. Phone- 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-'J. A. Mira. ,tfc-l2'17
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-8-20 FOR RENT: Partly furnished or
I unfurnished one bedroom house,
FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill carport, .plumbing, ideal for couple,
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone nice neighborhood. Bayview Hts.
Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22 $25.00. Rhone BAll 7-7037. 2tp
FOR RENT: 3 houses at beach, un- FOR SALE: '5' Plymouth. Good
furnished. Obe furnished houseI condition. $139.00. George E.
at Mexico Beach. One furnished 'Small, 1024 McClellan. Phone BAll
house, corner Wdodward and Ninth 7.3606. 2Lp-12-17
St. Phone 7-3171 or 7-5511, I. W.
Daren. tc-ll-19 ,FOR SALE: $560 LIonell Train Set


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
and cottages. At the- beach. 1 ti
3 bedroom from $45 to $100 per mo
p'us utilities. Phone 9-1184 or se
'Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson at Cos
tin's Cottages, Beacon Hill. 4c-12-1i


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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St. Meeting night every Lnda Burge Has
other Monday. B
6. A. M.-Regular convocation of Birthday Party
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A..
M., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit- I
ing brothers welcome. Robert L. Miss Linda Burge was honored
Creamer, Sr., High Priest, H. R. with a birthday party Friday night
Maige, Secretary. Ion December 11 at her home in
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in Oak Grove.
saving money see us for anything I M iss Burge and her guests en-
you need in your home. STOP and e Burge and heral gamts en-
SWAP SHOP. joyed playing several games and
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 were served delicious refreshments.
I Attending the party were Gail
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf .noderson, Ralph ElliotT, JimmyI
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- Sadler, Mavis Kennedy, Charlene
son, Phone 7-7501. Scott, Richard .Musson, Dot Dor-
WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116, many, Coleman Smith, David Od-
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet- urn, M-arion Toole, Cecil Lyons.
Ing first and third Thursday nights 'Donnie Mack Younge, Mary Ellen
8:u0 'p.m., American Legion Home. Henderson, Jack Levins. Mickey


McKenzie, Virginia Norris, Ivy Mae
Davis, Johnny Ray, Flornelle Wal-
ker, David Harper, Jerry Hayes,
Johnny Price, Patrick McFarland.
R. H. Glass, Edward Montgomery,
Razel Creamer, James Kennedy,
John O'Brian, Jeanie Coker, Albert
Ray, Lila Dockery, Judy Sims, Mit-
chell Johnson, Gail Weeks, Clifford
Tharpe, Jerry Barnes, Ann Adkin-
son, Steve Kennedy, Leroy Davis,
Raymond Burrows, Doris Lee Pur-
ner, Jimmy Armstrong, Patricia
McCormick, Joyce Wynn, Betty
Apn Pord, Rita, Cooper, Sharon
Wilson.


Stones' Offers-
mU a


0zo'U, including bencnworK, sell .
Sall or part; .22 Marlin rifle, $20; NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NEWS FROM Lhristmas itt
^ NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NEWS FROM prt 2rl.
o 61" new power 'hand saw $39; 16 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
e'.% 'hp. Evinrude outboard, $100. Sealed bids will be received in uAK GROV Certificates
>- W. S. Smith, 1024 Woodward Ave. duplicate by the Port St. Joe Hos-
0 pital Authority, Mayor J. L. Sharit, y PAT NORRIS.
FOR SALE: Nice 'three bedroom Chairman, In the Chambers of the Stones' Shop for Men has for the
'home on Hunter Circle. Very City Commission at the City Hall Ihr Mrs. James Broome and children harassed Christmas gift giver who
Quiet. Safe for children to0 play. Port St. Joe, Florida, .up to 1:30 Wanda Jean and Linda Faye are doesn't know what gift to give,
Landscaped very nicely. Awnings P M. (EST), January 6. 1960, at doesn't now what gift to give,
over all windows, doors and breeze- which time and place all bids will si'einding the week with Mrs. Some fancy embossed gift cer-tifi-
way. Deep well. See by appointment be -publicly opened and .read aloud Broome's .parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. cates. The gift certificates may be
only. Call BAll 7-4681. 3tp-12-17 for the construction of and addl- Hancel Norris, purchased at Stones' Shop for Men
tions 'o Municipal Hospital, Port
St. Joe, Florida, Florida Project Mi.s Peggy Ann Haskins spent for -any amount from $1.00 up to
FOR SALE: Four Gates nylon 57-A. the week end in Wewahitchka vii- $10,000.00 .for Christmas giving
,premium 8:50 x 14 tires. See at Type of Construction-Steel bar iting Mary Katherlne Conner. The 'recipient of the certificate then
308 13th St., downstairs. lbp joists on load bearing- walls, con- Lucille Stripling and brother can come 'to Stones' and pick out
FOR SALE: Used refrigerator. Spa- create block stuccoed on exterior. Cliff spent Saturday in Malone vis- any he gift he desires for the
cious cold storage, generous free-.Prestresed double "T" concrete
zer compartment. Good condition. floors with 2" concrete topping. citing their brother and .famiUy. amount of the certificate.
$45.00. Western Auto Associate The ,project consists of patients Mrs. Verlon Norris and Mrs. Ed- If you aren't in 'the market for
Store, Phone 7-5221. ite bedrooms, operating ated, delivery win Haskin visited in Wewahitehb- a .gift certificate .for a gift, see
FOR SALE: 12 hp. Seabee outboard tive offices, emergency suite, wait- ka Saturday. Stones' advertisement or gifts on
motor. Good fishing transporta- ing rooms, toilets, x-ray depart- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kaiser of ,page seven of this newspaper. Any
lion. $45.00. Wimberly Pontiac Co. meant, laboratory and storage areas, White City visited 'Mr. and Mrs. why you look 'at it, you can surely
approximately 19,000 square feet of *L a I
FOR SALE: 1966 Casa Manana, 42 new construction. Altertiions con- P Ray and family Sunday. please your man at Stones. (adv.)
ft. house trailed. Fully equipped, sist of removing -partitions, doors,
auto. washer. Priced for quick windo s, etc. in existing building.
sale. See 0. C. Dykes at Piggly Existri roof to be removed and
Wiggly. tfc-12-3 new flat roor poured on steel forms
THE NEW S-2 Inhalent for asthma Plans and specifications and con- YOUR BIGGEST BARGAIN
relief. Now available at Camp- tract documents may be inspected
bell's Drug Store. 4tp-12-17 at -the office of the Architect, Nor-
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom wall built man P. Gross, 423 West Beach Years ago, practically all that a prescription could do
house. Mexico Beach. Phone Drive, Panama City, Florida, and wastto alleviate the patient's pains and make him a little
19-1113, W. Bucklob. tfc-10-1 may be procured by general con-
tractors from the Architect upon a. more comfortable while nature did -a slow job of
MEXICO BEACH RENTALS deposit of $75.00. The full amount curing he ailment But today's prescripon, contain-
I bedroom furuisheol apts. $40.00 of the deposit will be returned to c g ailment But today's prescription, contain-
,per month. 2 bedroom furnished leach general contractor who aub- ing wonder drugs completely unknown years ago,
apts. $50.00 ,to $60.00 per month. milts a bonafide bid, and all other 'cures the ailment in hours, not weeks keeps the
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts. deposits will be refunded with de-
$50.00 .per month. Residential and duction of cost of reproduction and patient out of the hospital or gets him out after only
commercial-lots. Terms. Duplex for delivery of the documents; upon a few days and puts him back on 'his feet in a
sale, good income, t.rmas. return of all documents In good
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE condition within'less than -ten (10) hurry: That's why we say
C. M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro. days after date of the opening of
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe bids. Additional sets of plans and
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baech Sta. specifications may be obtained up- TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
Panama City, Fla. on payment of $30.00 which play- BARGAIN IN HISTORY
,inent will not be subject to refund. A AII
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser Cashier's check,. Certified check
with 65 hp motor. Sleeps 'two, or Bid Bond for not less than 5%
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy of the amount of the bid must ac- S ITH'S PHARM A CY
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771. company each proposal. SM I
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom ome. P- Performance, Labor and Material JOHN ROBERT SMITH, Pharmaceutical Chemist
ed to sell. Hardwood floors. 522 Bond and Workman's Compensa- -236 Reid Avenue Phone BAll 7-5111
,e sl. Harw dion. 5 l Insurance will be required of
.Fourth St., Call 7-8591. tc-11-12 the successful bidder.' .* ..
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house t The Owner reserves the right to
White City. With 8 lots. Reason- reject any or all bids, and to waive
able. Call BAll 7-8708. 4tp-11-12 technicalities in bidding. "
No bidder may withdraw his bid
FOR SALE for a period of thirty (30) days at- FAITH
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir- ter date set for the opening -there- l
cle. 3 months old. Pay owner's o PHONE BAII. 7-8801
equity. MAYOR J. L. SHARTT, Chmn.
S,4 new bomesbeing bullt oa Bel- Hospital Authority of Holding Forth the Word of Life"
'lamy Ciroie. FHA financing. To be Port St. Joe, Florida Temporarily Meeting at the High School
completed within next. 30 days.' Norman P. Gross, Architect SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
I. Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small P. 0. Box 207
'down payment. Small monthly pay- Phone SU 5-7963U tf"AM
ments. Panama City, Florida 11-26 MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
411 Reid Ge. AGPhone 7-7741 '-V "Behold, the Bondmaid of the Lord"
411 ReidrAve. Phone 7-7741 IN THE COUNTY JUIDGE'S


FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house at
50& 9th St. Priced $3,800. Shown
by appointmentt only,. Phone 7-5841.
OAK GROVE: Three bedroom
house with bath on two lots. t'u.-
nished only $6,300. Unfurnished,
$5,300. Terms.
WHITE CITY: Three bedroom
house with seven lots. Can, sell
for only $600 down and balance like,
rent. 2tc-12-10
FRANK HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Ph. BAll 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
LOST: Black. and tan male dachs-
!hund. Reward for return. L. E.
Meyer, 521 Eighth St. ltp
REWARD for information leading
to 'the recovery-of a boy's English
black and whiie bicycle. Taken
from 206 'Sixth St., night of Decem-
ber 10. Phone 7-2991. ltp:
ARE YOU INTERESTED in own-
ing a profitable business. Can be
operated in your spare time. A coin
self-service laundry. No experience
necessary. Low down -payment.
Bank financing. Oave desirable lo-
cation in shopping center in" Port
St. Joe. Call 'or see Pridgeon Ins-
ourance Agency, 'phone BAIl 7-7741,
Port St. Joe, Fla. 3tp-12-3
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for,
quick expert service. tfc.


THERE WILL BE'a regular com-
munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM every first and
third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.


ED McFARLAND, W. M.
ROY L. BURCH, Secretary
All Master Masons cordially Invited
SAMARITAN LODGE, No. 40, I. 0.
0. F.-Meets first and. third
Friday, 7:30 p.m. in Masonic
Hall. All members urged to attend.
Noble Grand: Chris Martin
Secretary: W. H. Weeks


-COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In Re: Estate of
V. R. ANDERSON,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors, of the estate of V.
R. Anderson, 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 publication of this-
notice. Each claim or demand must
be in writing and must state the
place or residence and postoffice
address of the claimant and must
be sworn to by the claimant, his
agent, 'Or his attorney, or it will be-
come void according to law.
/a/ JANET C. ANDERSON
Administratrix of the es-
tate of V. R. ANDERSON,
deceased.
December 10, 1959 4t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: Estate of
JACK JUSTICE, o
deceased.
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
'eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice. Each claim or demand
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 Justice, deceased.
December 10, 1959 4t,


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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
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TIHE" STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1950

.ADVERTISEMENT FOR in Uleu thereof, a five per cent
PROPOSALS (5-.%) .bid bond. The Board of City
'Sealed .bid's will be received by Commissioners reserves the right
the Pr.t St. Joe City Commission to reject any or all .proposals. The
for the Municipal Hospital, Port St. bidder to whom the award of con-
Joe, Florida, until 1:30 p.m., EST, tract shall'be .made shall furnish
on Wednesday, the 6th day of Jan- bond in some surety company au-
uary, 1960, at which time, at a Imeet- theorized to do business in the State
ing of the City Gommission, at City of Florida or required to make a
.Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida, the deposit of money, certified check,
sealed proposals will be opened for or government securities for the
.the following: 'full amount -of said contract for the
A. Sterilizer- faithful performance of the terms
B. Surgical Lights of said contract.
C. Kitchen Equipment This 15th -day of December, 1959
From the date .of this advertise- Municipa Hospita of
meut, the lists .and specifications Port St. Joe .
of the proposed equipment-sre, land By J. L. SHARITi,
nil continue -to be, on file and Mayor-Commissioner .tf
available o prospective bidders by
contacting City Clerk, City Hall, ,
Port St. Joe, Florida. Attention: _
J. L. Sharit. No 'proposal will be
considered or accepted- unless, at CLASSIFIED ADS
the time cof its filing, the .same shall A IIE A
be accompanied Jby a deposit of
cash or certified check on a bank Midget Investments With
or trust company licensed by the Giant RetUm .
Federal Depositor's Insurance Cor
portion in an amount equal to five

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1959


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Party, Dec. 10
The Port St. Joe Garden Club
Christmas party was held on Thurs-
day, December 10 at the home of
Mrs. S. R. Brown, Jr., with Mrs.
Chauncey Costin as co-hostess.,
Two guests, Mrs. Joe Christian
and Mrs. Frank Barnes and 22
members were ,present.
This was a joint meeting of> the
Gladiolus and the Azalea' Circles,
with an exchange of Christmas
gifts.
The meeting was opened with the
Club Prayer and closed with the
Conservation Pledge.
*Mrs. Paul Blount of the Azalea
*Circle gave a beautiful reading
"Christmas Symbols of the Holy
Land."
Two lovely Christmas table ar-
rangements were made an ddisplay-
ed by Mrs. Elsie Griffin and admir-
ed by all present.
The house glowed with warmth
cf the Christmas spirit, and the din-
ing .table centerpiece was a lovely
arrangement of white mums. white
gladiolus and red carnations.
Mrs. Tom Moon, the Garden Club
president, poured the coffee. Col-
orful sandwiches, fruit cake and
nuts were served by the hostesses.
Twenty-two Christmas corsage.
were donated for the woen at the
Florida State Hospital in Chatta-
boochee. "
The Gladiolus Circle sent a beau-
tiful Christmas wreath to the local
hospital and the Azalea Circle sent
a potted .poinsettia.
Be -sure and try for the contest
.being sponsored by the Garden
Club and win a prize for your out-
door Christmas decorations.
"When you say "Merry Xmas"
You wish the whole world well
Keep saying "Mi-rry Xmas"
The words will work a spell"


Mrs. Adkins Is

Hostess To WSCS

Circle No. 1
Circle No. 1 of the Woman's So-
ciety of Christian Service of the.
First Methodist Church met Mon-
day afternoon in the home of Mrs.
G. C. Adkins.
The home mwas a lovely setting
with its holiday decorations. .A
the members entered 'the living
room the opened Bible ,and the
word "Christ" brought the group
-to the realization of what the sea-
son really is.
-Mrs. H. W. Griffin, circle chair-
man, called the meeting to order
and Mrs. G. S. -Croxton 'brought
the Christmas program using pas-
sages from the book of Matthew
and Luke.of the. Savior's birth.
Mrs. B. H. Harper brought a
story, "Ready for- Christmas", by
Martha Mary Harvey.
B ea utiful Christmas music on
records was played 'by Mrs. H. R.
Adams while assembling through
the social and at the close of the
Program.
The hostess served truit cake,
holiday sandwiches; coffee and tea
to the .eleven members and Mrs.
E. 0. Bradley, wife of the .pastor.
SThe meeting was closed with the
WSCS benediction.

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends for
the many ,expressions of kindness
and sympathy shown us during the
death of our husband and father.
May God bless each one,
The family of
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Florida THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1959


Northwest Florida Conference Meets

In Chipley To Discuss Business Items


A meeting of the Northwest
Florida Conference was held last
Wednesday night in Chipley, withI
Leroy Bowdoln, president, officiat-
Ing.
Conference Team Picked
At the Conference, members for
the all Northwest Florida Confer-
ence 'football team were chosen as
follows:
ENDS: Musselwhite, Port St.
Joe; Ingram, Marianna; .Ward,
Port St, Joe and Nix of Quincy.
TACKLES: CuLt s, Chipley;
Holmes, Marianna; Hinson, Quin-
cy; and Bostick of Quincy.
GUARDS: O'Brian, Port St. Joe;
Morgan, Quincy; Walden, Walton
end Sanders of Chipley.
CENTERS: Jonnson, Quincy and
Drake of De Funiak Springs.
BACKS: Jensen, Quincy; Blud-
worth, De Funlak Springs; Bowers,
Chi-pley; Cobb, Chi.pley; Crumpler,
Marianna; Poweli, Marianna; Mc-
Neil, Quincy and Gatlin of Quincy.
Sonny McNeUll of Quincy was
named captain.
St. Joe -players .making honorable
mention were: Ed Bobbitt, Terry
Porter, Jimmy Redd. Howard Lov-,
ett, Bob Mlunn, Bobby Burkett and
Willie Daniell.
Quincy was declared ,the confer-
ence champions with Coach Carlos
Deason of Quincy receiving the
"Coach .of the Year" award.


Other Business
In other conference business,
Malone was selected as the site of,
the Conference basketball tourna-
ment on February 18, 19 and 20.
Referees selected for the tourna-
ment were Stan Hilamen and Jack
Davis of Tallahassee. No consola-
tion game will be played thIs year.
Coaches present were M a c k
Rooks, De 'Funiak Springs;- Way-
land DuBose, Marianna; Carlos
Deason, Quincy; Jim Kimbrough,
Chipley; Marion Craig, Port St.
Joe.
The next conference meeting will-
be held in Chipley on February 10,
1960.

Long Avenue Church
Pkz & VVE- Pi J--


Seil Sd ie Returt
Lagging Far Behin

Citizens ot Gulf Coiuty:
The time is slipping by-and -be-
fore we know it, Christmas will be
here and the 'new year will be-
knocking at our door..
The aunufal drive for funds for
the year's program of your Gulf
County TB and Health Association
is drawing to a close. We, .at the
present time have collected $571.25
which is below last year's collec-
tLon and 1958 was avery bad year.
Please do not forget to make
your donation for the sake of your
family's health. We of the Assoc-
iation and your State Association
can only do as much as we have
funds to do with. Research and re-
habilitation are-both expensive. TB.
is on the brink of being a bug we
can cope with but at the present
it still is quite. prevalent.
You may have read recently of
the liotte boy who had lost his
sight due to cancer. A couple of
days after the operation on his eye,
his father was admitted to a TB
hospital.
I mention -this, because TB is a
family experience. It favors one
and attacks all.
You and I have enjoyed the most
prosperous years this country has
known. The entire health picture
has improved to the point that wei
are reaching -complacency.
Answer your TB Christmas let-
ter today and make the drive a -per-
sonal ch-allenge for a better living
tor all.
Sincerely.
R. H. ELLZEY,
Seal Sale Chairman
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nual Christmas cantata this Sun-
day night at 7:30 p.m. The Mexico Beach Business, As-
The .program will be a musical soclation held its first annual
presentation of 'the Christmas ato- Christmas banquet Tuesday night.
ry presented by the church choir. It was a gay and festive affair.
The choir will be under the di- Dinner was served by candlelight
reaction of Mrs. M. L. Britt with and guests enjoyed music, 'attend-
Mrs. Joe Ferrell as organist. ance prizes and free bowling.
The pastor of the church, Rev. Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Gould were
J. C. Odum offers an invitation to special guests of the association.
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Iteptal MiDs oodle
From Allied Chemicdl

Mayor J. L. Shart-t announe,
at the- Port St Joe City Commis-
slon Tuesday night that the Gen.
eral Chemical Division of the Al-
lied Chemical and Dye Corpora-
tion had made a gift to the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital of
$2,500 worth of bonds.
The bonds will be sold by the
city and the money placed in the
hospital fund.
Mayor Sharit said that he hop-
ed other organizations and firms
in the City would also agree to
give donations for the purpose of
buying furnishings for the new
hospital addition.

Mexico Beach Church
Is Dedicated
Dedication of the First Methodist
Church of Mexico Beach was held
at the- Sunday morning services
with Dr. W. B. Atkinson, district
superintendent of Methodist chur-
ches in the Marianna District as
the keynote speaker.
The dedication was held on the
second, anniversary of the foundLug
of the. church by the First Metho-
dist Church of Port St. Joe as a
mission.
The first unit of the new-church
building was dedicated which con-
slits of fellowship hall and Sunday
school rooms. .
During the dedication services
Mrs. James. Chewning sang "House-
of God". Rev. Edward C. Gould is
pastor of 'the church. The Rev. H.
L. Mott was the first pastor of the
church as a mission.
Following the services the mem-
bers enjoyed a family dinner on
the church grounds.
V_
Oak Grove Church
Plans Special Program

The Oak Grove Assembly of
God Church offers a welcome to all
to attend their Christmas services
for this week end.
On Friday, December 18 at 7:30
p.m. the young people of the church
will present a .play entitled: "His
Wonders To Perform". Christmas
gifts will be handed out at this
service.
Sunday. December 20 at 7:30
the Christian Cadet Caroleers will
present "Christmas Id Other Lands"
and "The Well of Salvation". The
Christian Cadet trophies and othe-r
awards will be presented by Ed
ward J. Woods at 'this service.
The pastor of the church, Rev.
Charles Harthern offers an invica-
tion to the public to attend these
services.


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Chaftg MadeIn
License Tag Purhase

As the time for the purchase of
new license plates draws near,.
Harland Pridgeon, Gulf county tax
.collector, passes along information
that a new registration method is
being activated by the state Motor
Vehicle Commission-
In the past the itax collector's of-
ftce filled out the registrations cer-
tificate completely. Henceforth, the
state will fill out the certificate in
Tallahassee, including everything
but the amount number. '
IBM METHOD
The new: system, which utilize
IBM machines, will apply to those
motorists who have the same car
they had when they purchased
their last registration certificate.
Pridgeon asks that these people,
when 'they come to purchase heir
certificate and license plates, ei-
ther bring their '59 certificate or
Insure that they know exactly the
number of their license plate.
Owners who .have. changed auto-
mobiles need notbe concerned in
this because for them the tax col-
lector or 'tag office, will have to
type up a -new form.
If anyone is in doubt,' Pridgeon
urged, let 'him be sure. to bring his
registration certificate 'or write
down correctly his present tag
number when he goes to purchase
a new tag.
TAX COLLECTIONS
On the subject of tax collections,
Pridgeon said that during Novem-
ber, 94 percent of the roll for the
county ,property tax was collected.
A lot of 'people took advantage of
the four per cent discount.
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Hospital Staff Has
Annual Christmas Party
The employees of 'the Port St.
Joe Municipal Hospital enjoyed
their annual Christmas party Tues-.
day night at the STAC House on
Ninth Street.
The interior of the STAC house
was beautifully decorated following
the traditional Christmas theme. A
huge Christmas tree with gifts un-
derneath stood just inside the door.
A buffet supper was enjoyed by
all In attendance which included the
hospital employees, doctors serving
the county their wives and piem-
bers of the Port St. Joe City Com-
mission.
Mayor J. L. Shartt gave a review
of 'the hospital addition which is
now receiving bids for construction.
Dr. Joe Hendrix passed out gifts
for those present from under the
Christmas tree.
Barney McCullough, technician at
the Municipal Hospital was chair-
man for 'the annual event.


Rotoary 1irf f
Mental Health Problem

Dr. Pauline Furchi of 'the Bay
County Guidance Clinic' spoke to
the 1~otary Club last Thursday on
.the alarming problem of mental ill-
ness In the United States.
Dr. Furch said that oner of 'two
hospital beds in the United States
is occupied by a mental patient.
Mental patients occupy as many
hospital beds as all other illnesses
combined. One out, of 20 persons
in the United States is treated for1
mental illness. These statistics,
were given to show the alarming
rate of mental illness.
Dr. .Furch said that in addition
'to the thousands 'hospitalized with
-mental disorders, there are 20 per-
sons for every one hospitalized re-
ceiving out-patient mental treat-
ment. Dr. iFurch pointed out that
from Tallahassee 'to .the Alabama
line there was only one psychiatrist
in Pensacola in spite of the preva-
lence of mental disorders among
the Mpoulation.
.Dr. Furch declared that much
physical illness was 'the direct re-
sult of mental troubles. Delinquen-
cy, adult crime caused by mental
disorders is on the Increase In the
state of Florida.
Beginning 'the year 1958 there
were 109,000 alcoholics in the state
of Florida--- state of mental ll-
ness according to Dr. Furch. In
1940 one in 10 alcoholics were wo-
men. In 1957 one in four alcoholics
were women, showing the increase
of women with mental disturbances.
In 1957 suicide was the 11th ranked
cause of death in Florida-a direct
result of mental disorder.
Over three billion dollars are
spent in the United States annually
to treat mentally Ill persons. Other
aide effects. such as loss of ,produc-
tlveness., earning power, etc., caus-
ed a cost of many more untold bll-

Dr. Purch said that records -pre-
dict that by 1970 there will be 45
percent more children between the
ages of 10) and 17 in the State of
Florida. "These children need the
early help to keep -them from be-
coming mental 'patients", said Dr.
Furch. "If they are not helped, mul-
tiply the present mental illness bill
by the Increase in population and
see what you get."

High School Students
Wanting Holiday Jobs
Several students at Port St. Joe
High School are 'seeking jobs dur-
ing 'the hol.days.
Any local business house .that
needs 'help during the school's holi-
day recess are urged to call Mrs.
W. C. Ivey at the high school. She
will assign students to your job.


Kiwnils See Movie
Of Shark Game

Coach Marion Craig showed the
Kiwanis Club a movie taken at the
Port St. Joe De Funlak Springs
football game this past season.
The movie was made by De Fun-
lak Springs and was loaned -to the
port St. Joe High School for view-
ing.
Coach Craig says [that Port St.
Joe High School hopes to secure
movie equipment of its own since
the movie showed up many flaws
'that could have won future games
had they 'been detected in time:.--
Guests of the club were Jimmy
Johnson, who is a member of the'
Sea Scout Ship sponsored by hte
club and Joe Parrot of 'the Traffic
Department "of St. Joe:: Paper1 Com-
pany. .. -.
The Kiwanis' Club will firing
canned food 'to their next meeting
which they will 'give to the Moose
Club for distribution on Christmas
Eve to unfortunate families.


Mr. and Mrs. Barney Harl Mc-
Cormick of 522 Ninth Street an-
nounce the -birth of a daughter.
Terry Lynn on December 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Guadalupe Sal-
divar of Tyndall AFB announce the
birth of a daughter, Ann Frances
on December 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eugene Rat-
field -of Highland View. announce
the birth of a daughter, Connie
Lesa on Decem-ber 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ray Hou-
ser of Port St. Joe announce the
birth of a baby girl, Dawn Marie on
December 8.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital).

Hersey Gets Five
Years Probation

J. G. Hersey, a former Gulf
county deputy sheriff, was placed
on ,probation for five years last
Thursday on his plea in Federal
District Court in Marianna on a
moonshine charge.
Judge G. Harold Carswell pre-
sided over the court.
Hewsey was charged with moon-
shining last spring only 4v few
months after he had resignMd his
position with t~h- Gult County
Sheriff's Department.
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