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 Material Information
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 24, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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"Port St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chottahoochee Valley"


TWENTY-THIRD YEAR


pORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1959


ETAOIN SHRDLU
by WeSaEEY R. RAMSEY

Of course, we wish all our read-
ers a Merry Christmas and a Hap-
py New Year.
If Christmas did nothing else
but prompt people to wish other
people well and create the good
feelings the season is so famous
for, It would he well worth while,
Christmas seems to be the uni-
versal "best season" of the year.
A day spent at home enjoying
.the family will be the order of the
day at our house and we hope it
will be the same at yours.
Above all, be careful or you
might just spoil someone's Christ-
mas day.

We are going to publicly put
Dr. Wayne Hendrix on notice
that his advice will be ignored
until December 26 at approxi-
mately 7:00 a.m.
We had occasion to go to the
good doctor for a physical exam-
ination some few weeks ago and
She said, "You'd better lose about
25' pounds-you are too heavy".
We couldn't tell whether we were
too heavy, or. whether the good
Doc is' Just Jealous and wants
everybody else to come down to
his size. But, feeling the advice
came from a knowing source, we
set out to shed pounds. And we
did-10 of them. But the coming
'of the Christmas table will' ruin
all of that for a few days.
Those hard-to-get-rld-pt 10 lit-
tle pounds will come bounding
back in these few days and we
will have to start all over again.

Did you ever see a honest-to-
goodness honest hunter or fisher-
man?
If you 'haven%.t, then run up and
down the street and when you come
across Jack. Fowler, look him over
good, becausehe is just one of this
peculiar and all but extinct, breed.
Did you ever hear of a hunter
just plain missing a shot (to hear
him tell it) or .a fisherman just los-
ing a fish because of his. careless-
ness?
Jack lays claim to being the only
man ,in Gulf County who admits to
missing a deer.
Jack says a- deer came by him
the other day and he just plain
missed him. The deer wasn't just
out of range; Jack didn't trip; his
gun didn't hang up; his shell didn't
miss-fire. Jack missed and he ad-
mits it in plain words.
My hat is off to you Jack for be-
ing our "honest man of the week".

Along these same lines, Judge
W. L. Fitzpatrick and Chief of
Police Buck Griffin came by the
shop the other day with two big
gobblers they say they killed out
in the woods somewhere over in
Bay County. They followed the
true code of the hunter and said
they could have killed several
more if "conditions" had been
just right.

We'll sign off now with the hope
that we all' get what we want for
Christmas and not what we de-
serve.


Rotary Club Has

Christmas Program

The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
enjoyed a program of Christmas
music at their meeting Thursday
afternoon performed by the Port
St. Joe Elementary School Glee
Club under the direction of Miss
Nancy McIntosh.
The Glee Club .presented a Christ-
nmas program entitled, "Yuletide In
Song", narrated by Jake Belin, Jr.
Mary Linda Garrett read the
scripture and Carol Wager led in
prayer to begin the program.
The chous sang, "0 Little Town
of Bethlehem", "Hark the Herald
Angels Sing", "Away In A Man-
ger", "Joy To 'the World", "Deck
The Halls", "The First Noel", "Si-
lent Night" and "0 Come All Ye
Faithful".
Special numbers were brought by
a trio composed of Jerome Barnes,
David Macomber 'and Robin Downs
who sang "We Three Kings". Andy
Trammell sang a solo, "0 Ho'y
Night".
The Rotary Club members each
brought a gift for a child at the


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Alliance Plans Watch (

Night Services

The Port St. Joe Ministerial Al-
liance has decided to hold a Watch
Night Service in the First Baptist
Church 'this year to see In the new
year with prayer and meditation.
The meeting will comence at
11:00 p.m. December 31 and con-
clude just after midnight. Season
songs have been chosen by the
committee.
The Rev. C. Byron Smith will
open with a prayer of invocation
and responsive ,reading will be led
by Rev. Charlie Parker. Rev. Allen
R. Price will be responsible for
scripture reading, followed by a
quartet t.rom the First Baptist
Church.
The message will be delivered by
Rev. Hubert White followed by a
prayer of benediction by Rev. J.
A. Blackwell.
The music for the program will
be furnished by Miss Sarah Linda
Richardson at ithe organ with Miss
Martha Blackwell at 'the piano.
This special meeting will be a
'Fellowship Hour" for all churches,
and a large representation is ex-
pected.
Rev. Charles H. Harthern has
been appointed chairman for this
Watch Night raly.

party for underpriviledged children.
Guests of the club were Alvin
Cook of Panama City; George Brad-
four of Apalachicola; Arthur H.


Thursday meeting and gave .he Dunnerby of Panama City and S.
.gifts to the Troop 47, Boy Scouts L. Barke of Port St. Joe.
of America to be given to children' The club voted not to meet this
who will attend the Scouta annual Thurasday which is Christmas Eve.


WHEREAS, the period from
January 3 through Baster Sun-
day April 17, 1960 has been des-
ignated by the Port St. Joe Min-
isterial Alliance as Church At-
tendance Crusade in the City of
Port St. Joe, and
WHEREAS, the City of Port
St. Joe and .surrounding area is
blessed with the privileges of a
number of .fine churches of the
various religious denominations,
and
WHEREAS, All persons in the
City of Port St. Joe are cordially
invited to attend the church of
their choice.
NOW THEREFORE, I, J. L.
Sharit, Mayor of the City of Port
St. Joe by virtue of the power
vested in me, do hereby proclaim
the period from Sunday, January
3 through-Easter Sunday, April
17, 1960 as "Church Attendance
Crusade" in the City of Port St.
Joe and encourage all of our cit-
izens to regularly attend the
Church of their .choice during the
Church Attendance Crusade per-
iod.
In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and caus-
ed the official seal of the City of
Port St. Joe to be affixed hereto,
this Seventeenth day of Decem-
ber A. D., 1959.
J. L. SHARIT
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
R. W. HENDERSON,
City Auditor and Clerk


FRENCHIE RAMSEY


WILL I. RAMSEY


JERRY BARNES


Walter Dodson Apointed



ViceoPresident of Local Bank


Paper Company Shuts

own For Holidays

The St. Joe Paper Company
shut down for the holiday sea-
son Sunday and tentatively will
be closed down until January 4.
The mill will do some repair
work during this time, but the
paper machines will not run.
According to Harry H. Saun-
ders, Vice-President, the January
4 restarting date is only tenta-
tive and definite starting date
will be announced in The Star
and over station WJOE.


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Star Will Be One Day

Early NextWeek
We know you get confused with
these special dates of issue. But so
do we. It means more work in less
time until our staff really needs the
coming holiday to recuperate from
getting the paper out early.
Next week, in order to meet our
publication dates before the New
Year holiday, The Star will go into
the mail on Wednesday morning.
This will necessitate us receiving
all news and advertising by next
Tuesday noon.
After this one, we will get back
on the regular schedule.


J. L. Sharit, .president of the inr,s and Loan Association on Jan-
Florida Bank at Port St. Joe this :,ary 1.
week announced the appointment of Dodson, who is closely identified
Walter Dodson of Ashburn, Georgia with civic and business life of Ash-
alter Dodso of Ashburn, Georgia burn and Turner County, Georgia,
as Vice-President and Cashier of comes to Port St. Joe from the
the local bank. Ashburn Bank, where he has serv-
Dodson will till the vacancy left ed as cashier for the .past four
by the resignation of Charles J. years.
Stevens, Jr., who will assume t.lI Dodson is an outstanding church
Vice-President and manager po a- leader in his community, Mr. Dod-
tlion at the Citizens' Federal Say- son being- a member of the Ash-


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burn First Baptist Church where he
served as training union director,
president of t h e Brotherhood,
taught Sunday school, and was vice-
chairman of the board of deacons.
He was. president of the Ashburn
Kiwanis Club in 1958, guiding that
organization ably in community im-
provement projects, and has been


Close for


Holidays



Most Will Close

Friday and Saturday


Most Port St. Joe business
houses will observe a long holi-
day week end by remaining
closed according to a survey
made by The Star of local busi-
ness houses this week.
According to the survey all
stores In the city will be clos-
ed all day Christmas day.
All stores In town will remain
open this Wednesday afternoon
Instead of observing the usual
closing practices.
Most- of the- service stations
will be closed .on Christmas day.
According to R. W. Henderson,
City Auditor and Clerk, the City
Hall will close at 5:00 p.m. Wed-
nesday and i.L remain closed
until Morill' ezning -t

A t Lmorn-
Ing -f thia-wtek by, The Star
showed that most of-the stores
in Port St. Joe would also be
closed on Saturday fo!low -"-
Christmas Day to give *jt'io- em-
ployees an \extra long )holiday.
The.- y stores not allowing
this closing plan will be the ser-
v~4p stations, drug stores, groc-
ery stores s and Boyles epart-
ment be- ~'-e, .., retlit tbe
closed on Sa'- ':tfe- teolTrt.
mas. ..


Sharks Down Quincy
For Season's Second Win

Jimmy Wilder led the Port St.
Joe Sharks to a 55-45 victory over
Quincy's Tigers here last Thurs-
day night.
Wilder paced the Sharks' scor-
ing with a total of 18 points. Bob,
Munn and Jimmy Dawson followed
with 12 points each.
Larry Parrish was the leading
scorer for the Tigers. He scored
17 points, 15 in the 'third quarter.
Parrish failed to score in the first
half. Otto Joiner hit the net from
outside five times as he scored 11
points for the losers.
Port St. Joe led all the way but
almost got caught in the third
quarter when the score stood at
43-42.
Toe Miirk! now havda.n; e'an..
,e'-aun with two wins and.LAt> loses.
This was the Tigers' second Iocs
against one win.
Port St. Joe also won the junior
varsity game, 20-17.
Score by quarters:
Port St. Joe ---..- 12 13 19 11-55
Quincy ---.---- 8 8 23 6-45
Sharks fg ft tp Quincy fg ft tp
Munn 6 0 12 jSmith 11 3
Daniell 3 2 6 Jenson 2 0 4
Ward 3 1 7|Parrish 8 1 17
Dawson 3 6 12 Joiner 5 1 11
Wilder 8 2 18 Duncan 4 0 8
Edwards 1 0 2
The Sharks will resume their
schedule on January 8 when they
play Altha at home. The Sharks
lost to Altha on December 15.

Porter Attends Florida
Power Co. Conference

R. G. Porter, Florida Power Cor-
porantion district manager here, re-
cently returned from a two-day
management and sales conference
in Clearwater. The meeting was at-
tended by division and district
managers, and sales personnel from
all over the utility's service area.
The sessions consisted of round
table discussions of operations
vice presient and treasure o the ~ fa njiui~~ ~Ur~~ l a 'jflmcetU04


vice president and treasurer of the uuroblems, Upoliies and procedureUs
Turner County Chamber of Comn- and sales plans for 1960. President
merce. W. J. Clapp delivered the keynote
Mr. Dodson was vice-commander address and Dr. Frank Goodwin,
of the American Legion Post 98, professor of marketing at the Uni-
and was assistant director for the versity of Florida, was guest speak-
Turner County civilian defense er.
unit. In addition, he has also work-
ed with Cub Scouts and with the Letter To Santa Claus
Turner County Athletic Club of
which he is membership chairman. Dear Santa Claus,
He and his wife, Doris, have I want a doll carirage and Junie
three sons, Wally 14, Jim 6, and wants a doll. We have been good
Bill 4. little girls. We'll leave you some
Mr. Dodson will be in Port St. cake and milk on Ihe table when
Joe January 1 to .assume his new you bring our toy; Canfli
duties LINDA LEWIS '"'


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contains the giant 226 ft. by 13 ft. Cyclorama. The Seminole Indian


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS approximately 19,000 square feet of
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS new construction. Alterations con-
Sealed bids will be received in sist of removing partitions, door,
duplicate by the Port St. Joe Hos. Windows, etc. in existing building.
pital Authority, Mayor J. L. Sharit, i Existing roof to be removed and
Chairman, in the Chambers of the new flat roof poured on steel forms
City Commission at -the City Hall in over entire area.
Port- St. Joe, Florida, up to 1:30 Plans and specifications and con-
P.M. (EST), January 6, 1960, at tract documents may be inspected
which time and place all bids will at the office of the Architect, Nor-
be publicly opened and read aloud man P. Gross, 423 West Beach
for the construction of and addi- Drive, Panama City, Florida, and
tions.* o Municipal Hospital, Port may be procured by general con-
St. Joe, Florida, .Florida Project tractors from the Architect upon a
57-A. deposit of $75.00. The full amount
Type of Construction-Steel bar of the deposit will be returned to
joists on load bearing walls, con- each general contractor who sub-
crate block stuccoed on .exterior. mits a bonafide bid, and all other
Prestressed. double "T" concrete deposits will be refunded with de-
floors with 2" concrete topping. duction of cost of reproduction and
The project consists of patients delivery of the documents; upon
bedrooms, operating suite, delivery return of all documents in good
suite, kitchen,- laundry, administra- condition within less than ten (10)
tive offices, emergency suite, wait- days after date of the opening of
log rouaj toilet-, x-ray depart- bids. Additional sets of plans and
ment, laboratory and asorage .rea., I sp'c:lficatin.3 m.:iy be obtained up-


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WISHES EACH AND EVERYONE A MERRY
CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR


'' -. eight calendar m-onths from the
...-date of the first. publication 6f this T
.. ..= "-.- notice. Each claim or demand
,' .' must be in writing and must state
Sthe place or residence and postof- l
.:. -_- fice address of the claimant and 0
must be sworn to by the claimant,
r... -:A.' i his agent, or his attorney, or it will
become void according to law.
/s/ ELIZABETH I. JUSTICE
Administratrix of the Estate
...; '..g ~ of Jack Justice, deceased. Mr.
December 10, 1959 4t der o:
Ib.. .irth
ADVERTISEMENT FOR cemb'
PROPOSALS pital.
.-.. ... Sealed bids will be received by
S -~ ~t. ,he Port St. Joe City Commission
for the Municipal Hospital, Port St.
., :`V -, -'----,- -- Joe, Florida, until 1:30 p.m., EST, Ton
Sj v.i- 1. [on Wednesday, the 6th day 'of Jan- Unive
'.....*. .+'/ 4 '. 4-- ..4 / uary, 1960, at which time, at a meet-
ng.... of the City Commission, at Ci the
Hall, Port St. Joe, Florida, the parent
sealed proposals will be opened for bee.
the following:
S "A. Sterilizers
uge throng of 14,500 who jammed B. Surgical Lights
Celebration. Exposition buildings Kitchen EquipmentAles Mr
the round building at the right ment, the lists and specifications
Village is to the left. The of -the proposed equipment are, and bolid,
will continue to be, on file and is a
available o prospective bidders by Florid
contacting City Clerk, City Hall,
on .payment of $30.00 which pay- Port St. Joe, Florida, Attention:
mnent will not be subject to refund. J. L. Sharit. No proposal will be kdver
Cashier's check, Certified check considered or accepted unless, at
or Bid Bond for not less than 5% the time of its filing, the same shall
of the amount of the bid must c-. be accompanied 'by a deposit of
company each proposal. cash or certified check on a bank
Performance, Labor and Material or trust company licensed by the
Bond and Workman's Compensa- Federal Depositor's Insurance Cor
tion Insurance will be required of portion in an amount equal to five
the successful bidder. per cent (5%) of the proposal or,
The Owner reserves the right to in lieu thereof, a five per cent
reject any or all bids and to waive (5%) bid bond. The Board of City
technicalities in bidding. Commissioners reserves the right
No bidder may withdraw his bid to reject any or all proposals. The
for a period of thirty (30) days af- bidder to whom the award of con-
,ter date set for the opening there- tract shall be .made -shall furnish
of. bond in some surety company au-
MAYOR J. L. SHARIT, Chmn. thorized to do business in the State
Hospital Authority of of Florida or required -to make a
Port St. Joe, Florida deposit of money, certified check, li
Norman P. Gross, Architect or government securities for the
P. O. Box 207 full amount of said contract for the
Phone SU 5-7963 tf faithful performance of the terms
Panama City, Florida 11-26 ('f 'said contract.
I This 15th day of December, 1959
Municipal Hospital of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Port St. Joe
COURT, GULF COUNTY, By J. L. SHARIT,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Mayor-Commissioner tf
In Re: Estate of "
V. R. ANDERSON, ,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS CLASSIFIED ADS
All creditors of the estate of V.
R. Anderson, deceased, -are hereby Midget Investments With
notified and required to file any
~l~i ms or demands which they may Giant Returns


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
Adminlstratrix of the e -
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,
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-
ftice of the County Judge of Gulf
County, Florida, in the Courthouse
at Wewahitchka, Florida, within


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W- L:' Smith; a' aiut ud at Mis-
sissippi State Colltgie speOdlng Holiday Visitor
Christmas with -fs ,parduts, Mr. Richard Zipperer, a -student at
and Mrs. W. L. Smith. Florida State University, is spend-
+ ming the holidays with his -narents.


and Mrs. Alphonse C. Schroe-
f Highland View announce the
of a son, Alan Curtis on De-
er 15 at the Municipal Hos-

Home for Holidays
ny Barbee, a student at the
ersity of Florida is spenndrig
Christmas holidays with his
t.s, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bar.

Home From School
. Gaillard, son of .Mr. and
B. C. Gaillard, is spending 'the
ays here with his family. He
student at the University, of
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"Holding Forth the Word of Life"
Temporarily Meeting at the High School
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
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EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 P.M.
Guest Speaker -- Mr. John Barrier


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Miss Martha Costin, a student at
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REV. J. C. ODUM; Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION -. 6:15 p.m.
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Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
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June 30th will be dividend paying time again. You can
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Citizens Federal will not be open December 30 and 31. Purpose? Figuring and
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ning around re-stocking, decorating, polishing up for the final rush -- giving Santa
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| t means so much to us at this time of the year
to send you our sincerest wishes for a joyous
Yuletide. We- hope your holiday will be filled with
good health,good cheer and spiritual satisfaction.


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rich in happiness, friendships and lasting spiritual joy.


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Ti the seas-on to thank
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"rom the heart.., may this joyous season find
Warmest greetings at the you and your loved or es on the thresh-
Holiday time! May this be the most joyous ho1d o seeing all yourdreams come true!
of Yuletide seasons for you and yours.hloB Alyu

MV FLORIDA BANK
WEST FLORIDA GAS COMPANY FPo S. J
Closed December 25, 26 and 27 Port St e


Gumrdenlabsof District Two Present
AJake BeliA, Jr., will enter the
Christma C Gifts To Boys At F. I. S. Baptist Hospital in Pensacola on
December 27 and will be operated
MARIANNA-Garden Clubs of All packages were labeled as to on December 28. Surgeons will ,put
District Two ,have presented The the age of the boy to receive them. a plate In Jake's head. He was in-,
Florida School for Boys at Marian- They contained such .items as jed thi ast summerr when he
na with approximately 300 gifts for games of various kinds, books, toys, fell rom a horse.
students. -who might otherwise re- model sets, pens and pencils, belts, .
ceive nothing except a small gift socks, shirts and the like. Send he Star To A Friesd
from the school. .Superintendent Arthur G. Dozier
This is the second year clubs in said the gifts will be stored and
the-area haye joined together to given 'out on Christmas Day when
make Christmas more enjoyable for boys open their packages from ...
boys here. In addition, this year 'home. For many, he said, they will ...*'-'
they have extended the scope of the mean the difference between feel-
program to include older boys at ing they have 'been forgotten 'by
The Apalachee Correctional Insti- the ,world beyond 'the school and a
tute at Chattahoochee. really Merry Christmas.
Club officers made ,the presenta- .Clubs in District Two are Boni-
tion at the boys' school Monday, fay, Chattahoochee, Chipley, Cot-
December 14. In the delegation were toendale, Graceville, Grelenwood,
Miss Lillian Leigh, Lynn Haven, Gretna, Lynn Haven, Marianna, L
district chairman not Garden Ther- Panama City, Panama City Beach-.
apy; :Mrs. W. F. Fite, director of es, Parker, Port St. Joe and Quin- f
District Two; Mrs. Foster Bullard, .
president ot The -Marianna Garden
Club; and Mrs. Eugene Bowles, re- o TO CHURCH SUNDAY
cording secretary of The Florida
Federated Garden Clubs. Advertislng doesn't coat--It PAYt "K
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--- Out. of Army
Bill Holten returned to Port St.
Joe this week after spending six
months in ithe U. S, Army.
Visiting Daughter
Mrs. C. M. Palmer is visiting her
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe MeLeod on Monument Avenue.

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public,-.by tradition, will buy, mak-
Semniors W te Ing 'the Qhristmas season a time to
sell, 'at a profit, such items as
ChristmasEssays frivolous Christmas cards, inferior
products as gifts, and many other
items which tend to destroy 'the
By STEVE WHEALTON true meaning of Christmas. Such. a
The Christmas season is a time meaning as that held by thd tght-
when one's attitude toward life is less people certainly is not good,
reflected- by the meaning one holds neither does it uphold the princir-
for Christmas. It a person's inter- pies upon which Christmas' real
eat is chiefly mercenary, .he will meaning is based.
loo kofrward 'to Christmas early in Attending social gatherings, vis-
life as a 'ime to.receive gifts and citing friends and relatives, and in-
iater as a time of increased busl- dulging in alcohol, are .three of the
ness. If social life is important to social aspects of the Chri .tm. a sea-
him he -fr lke ly' include parties son as it is viewed 'by many peo-
in his picture of Christmas. Should ple. Although parties and dinners
Christmas be for this person the are not, in th mi-"i. harmful to
commemoration of the birth of Je- a good Christmas attitude, their at-
sus, 'he has found the true meaning tendance .should not completely
of Christmas. take. over the meaning of Christ-
For many, OChristmas has only mas. These social:affairs should be
one. meaning: money or materialsecondary to the religious aspects
one. Ime1aing: money or material of Christmas. While visiting friends
tain. Eal t h ve of and kin is good, this practice can
people presents, meant originally often overdone to the exclusion
as a symbol of the wise men's gifts, i ,e
took on a new, selfitlh sig-nificance -f the Church d.uty. Whne this hap-
and 'the only result- of the giving pens, the visitation is usually only
and the only resulting of the givioh an excuse. Overindulgence, now be-
and the 'receiving wa-- e growth coming so common at Christmas,
of their greed. Later, these peo- coming so common at Christmas,he
Is, perhaps the saddest of the
ple come to look upon Christmas, blights. ,to true Christmas spirit.
as a time during which the general We t n erm excessive
: We must not permit excessive


drinking to become our idea of fun clear to me. I know you have,prob-.


at Christmas.
In our family, the Christmas sea-
son means family fellowship and
reunion. We usually plan most of
our visits to kinsfolk -for the Christ-
mas season. We take part in the an-
nual festivities held by our church
at Christmas because .it should be
truly a.,time for rejoicing because
of itr.- birthday of our Saviour.

By KENNY MARLOW
I find myself wordless when it
comes to explaining what Christ-
nmas really means to me, but I'll at-
tempt to explain my feelings to-
ward 'this event to you, the reader,
so that you may share them with
me.
When I was a very young boy I
sincerely looked forward to Christ-
mas each year because it always
meant I would receive many beau-
tiful gifts. As I 'grew -older, I be-
gan to take stock of the real reason
we .celebrate this glorious occa-
sion. Until this year this reason
was never plain or understandable
'to me. Now it means more to me
'than anything I ,possess.
As I entered the state of under-
standing, the true meaning of cele-
,brating our Lord's birthday became


ably heard the Christmas story 'so
many times it has become old. This
story, to me, gets more ,beautiful to
me every time I hear or read 'it.
I'll never .become tired of ,hearing
or reading about it: because it 'Te-
minds me of a person who was
born at this date- with the inten-
tions of saving a world- of lost peo-
ple.
Christmas is the time of' ydear
that is appropriate to give and.aot
be expecting anything in. return.
The time of year in which .we$
should think about the 'people who
are in need is this wonderful sea-
son.
- So you see, ,reader, -words cannot
be said or written to explain what
Christmas really means to me.

By SARAH LINDA RICHARDSON
Christmas is Christ's birthday.
That is why we-celebrate that cer-
tain day, December 25, every year.
Christ, God's son, was really the
first Christmas gift ever given. He
was also the great one ever given.
Cities an towns transform at
Christmas-time. They turn from
their usual' drab atmosphere into a
fairyland of multicolored lights,
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Jo our many loyal friends and devoted patrons

we send heartfelt greetings. May the glorious inspiration

of the first Christmas be with you and your loved ones

throughout this holiday season, and abide with you for

all the years to come ... lightening your cares, brightening

your lives, bringing you enduring peace and contentment.


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Minutes of fhe *The meeting came to order at pe
9:00 a.m. v
County Commission The minutes of November 10, 16 w
-- and 24 were read, approved and si
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA adopted. Is
DECEMBER 8, 1959 Robert D. Tindell appeared be-,C
T.heBoard of County Commi'- fore ithe Board and requested the r<
County ,to furnish concrete pipe for tfo
'sioners of Gulf County, Florida, his driveway. The Board advised u
met this date in regular session -the County cannot furnish pipe for Id
-with the .following -members pres- private driveways. C
ent: George W. Cooper, Chairman; t
El. 0. Harden, Sr., A. J. Strickland, The Board voted to cancel its
,Coleman W. Tharpe and G. S. next regular meeting of December
:Croxton. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attor- 22 because it falls in the Christmas
ney, -.Road Supt., and Mosquito holiday week.
Control Director were also pres- The Farm Agent filed his month-
ent. ly report and annual report for the


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tell you how much we appreciate the privilege and pleasure of

serving you. It's our sincere wish that Santa brings you just

what you're hoping for and that life holds many joyous occa-

sions in store for you and all those who are dearest to you.


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period December ,1, 1959, to No- Florida, for rental .payments un- Constitution of the State of Flor- Agreement, a copy of which is an- -Gulf County gasoline tax funds or
ember 30, 1959, and the same der lease-purchase agreement for ida; and need hereto and made a part here. any rights, duties or obligations of
*ere ordered filed. After discus- Gulf County Road Project to be: WHEREAS, the pledge of the cf; and further agrees .that such Gulf -County under .said Lease-Pur-
ion with reference to the Bond Is- constructed and established by said uncommitted 80% surplus gas- pledge shal lcommence -upon the 'chase Agreement.
ue by the Florida Development Florida Development Commis- oline tax funds is deemed advisable date of sale of said $850,000 of Section 5. That the Chairman of
commission to finance a $850,000 sion. in :the best interest of the County bonds by -the commission and shall this Board and the Clerk thereof
oad project for Gulf Couhty the WHEREAS, Florida Development of Gulf and its Inhabitants, and the 'continue in full force and effect un- be and they are hereby -authorized
allowing resolution was adopted Commission (hereinafter referred construction and establishment of til all of .said $850,000 bonds, in- and directed to execute on said
pon motion of Commissioner Har- to as "Commission") is now under- said Project and the pledge of said eluding any refundings thereof, Lease-Purchase Agreement, after
en seconded by ,Commissioner taking the construction and estab- uncommitted -surplus gasoline tax and all interest thereon have been the same has been duly executed
roxton and unanimously adopted, lishment of a road project to be funds were agreed to by the Board paid and discharged. between the State Road .Depart-
o-wit: known as "Gulf County Road Pro- of County Commissioners in a re-I Section ~. That the pledge of said iment of Florida and the Florida
ject" (hereinafter referred to as solution adopted on the 24th day of uncommitted Gulf County gasoline Development Commission an ap-
Resolution Consenting to the "Project") in Gulf County as pro- February, 1959: tax -funds .made by said Lease-Pur- propriate legend to the effect that
Pledge of the Uncommitted 80% vided in a resolution adopted by NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-'cbase Agreement and this resolu- the County of Gulf had consented
Surplus Gasoline Tax Funds Ac- the Commisiaon under date of July SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF tion shall be deemed to have been to the pledge of said uncommitted
cruing to the State Road Depart- 30, 1959; and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF made by the benefit of the lhoiders :Gulf County gasoline tax funds as
ment for use in Gulf County,! WHEREAS, the construction and :GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA: from time .to time of said $850,000 provided therein and to attest such
-,,,..-. establishment of said Project will Section 1. That the County of of bonds to 'be issued 'by cho Comn- legend under the corporate seal of
be of great benefit 'to the inhabi- Gulf, Florida, hereby agrees and 'mission, and shall be enforceable in Ithe County.
tants of Gulf County, and all of consents that 'the uncommitted 80% 'any court of competent jurisa.iction 'Section 6. That. all resolutions'or
said Project will be located in Gulf surplus gasoline ,tax funds accru-I against Gulf County, 'the State -Road parts of resolutions heretofore
County; and ing to the Department for use in I Department, the Florida Develop- adopted pertaining to the subpeot
WHEREAS, the Commission and Gulf County under Section 16, Ar- ment Commission, 'the State Board matter of this resolution, to the
State Road Department of Florida ticle IX of !the Constitution of of Administration, or any otier 'extent .that they are inconsistent
have entered into or will hereafter Florida, be used for rental pay- agency of the'State or Gulf County with this resolution, but only to-the
enter into a Lease-Purchase Agree- ments to be made by the Depart- having any duties concerning the 'extent of such inconsistency, be
meantt for the said Project in the meant under a Lease Purchase collection, administration, and dis- and the same are hereby repealed,
manner provided by law, and in or- Agreement annexed hreeto and bursement of said uncommitted revoked and rescinded.
Sder (to finance part of the cost of made a part hereof. Gulf County Gasoline tar f uidse by Section 7. This. resolution shall
d ethe construction and establishment Section 2. That the County of any holder of such bonds or the take effect .immediately.
lof the-said Project by the issuance Gulf hereby consents and agrees coupons appertaining thereto. Upon motion by Commissioner
of revenue bonds by the Commis- to the .pledge of said uncommitted Section 4. That the County ofHarden, seconded by Commissioner
sion, it is necessary for rental pay- Gulf Coun'ty gasoline tax funds to Gulf does hereby expressly ratify, Croxton and unanimously carried,
ments -under said Lease-Purchase the .payment 'of $850,000 of Florida approve and -confirm each and ev- the Board pledged the -uncommit-
SAgreement to be made from hie Development Commission, Gulf ery -provision of said Leise-Pur-. ted 80% surplus gasoline tax funds
uncommitted 80% surplus gasoline County Road Revenue Bonds to be chase agreement, a copy of which accruing to the StateRoad Depart-
Stax funds accruing 'to the Depart- issued 'by the Commission in the is annexed hereto and made a part ment for- use in Gulf County.
ment for use in Gulf County -un- manner and according to the terms hereof, insofar as the .same relates The Attorney advised the Board
der Section 16 of Article IX of the contained in -said Lease-Purchase to the pledge of the uncommitted (Continued On Page 9)

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County Commission MinutesCoast. Guard properties between pay 'the City of Port St. Joe $6,-
Un .co St. Joe-Point and State Road 30. 500.00 'from the Road and Bridge ChristmasEssays
that Mr: Ernest C. Paschal, U. S. The Board entered into a lengthy Pund representing one half the
CoIps of Engineers, Mobile Dist- discussion with reference 'to peo- taxes collected within the City of By DAVID MUSSELWHITE
rict, called'to notify the Board that Ple dumping garbage along State 'Port St. Joe.
the U. S. Air Force has cancelled and` County roads in the Oak Grove The Board directed the Clerk to Christmas means a lot to me.
itilans to construct. the nine-foot, 'area. The Attorney advised that .pay Jewell Callahan $15.00 from Christmas Day I can enjoy the big
oyster- shell -base road from the the Stat'e Law provides for a fine the welfare fund.. meal with the ham, turkey, beans,
present Coast Guard -Station to of up to $100.00 for anyone convi'- The Clerk was instructed L'O ______ ________
Eagle Harbor, eve -th-iougi invita- ed of throwing trash or garbage on .write to the State Game and Fresh
tons for 'bids have been advertised, a State or County road. It was de- Water Fish Commission requesting vem.ber were approved and ratified
but: that the road 'between the Air cided that .signs will be placed that "Deer crossing" signs be as paid.
Force Tracking Station ',and State along the roads in the affected area erected along State Roads 22 and There being no further business
Road 30 will be constructed accord- to warn people not to violate said 71 in Gulf County. to come before the Board, the
ing to plans. law. The Board requested the Sher- The following bills were present- meeting adjourned'
T he Board directed the clerk to ~f to assist in correcting this prob- ed, examined, approved and ordered ATTEST:
secure the 100 foot right of .way em paid. George Y. Core Geo. W. Cooper
across U. S. Air Force and U. S. The Board directed the Clerk to All payrolls for the month of No- Clerk Chairman
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peas, crab apples .and all the other beautiful bowa and bright wrap- The main reason that I look for-
delicious'foods. I like to sit 'by the I ping paper are piled high under the ward to Christmas is that I know
fire and tell Christmas stories and big tree. The gifts are .better when God sent His son.
sing .carols. Th eChristmas candy 1 can open them. On Christmas God sent His son into the world
and cakes I .could .eat forever. The Day I can go visiting. I can go see to become Saviour of man. He did
big-tree with all the lights at night Granddaddy and all my other-rela- this because .of His love that He
is lighted so that I can see its ties. I .can go and see what all has for us.
beauty. my friends got. I can have the joy -- _. __....
The big packages with the big of giving to others. WAVd --wsoo .,useop 6uis.lj^Apy


Here's a holiday tradition
we really cherish time out
to tell you how much your loyal
friendship and patronage mean to us
and to wish you and your family a very
healthy, happy and cheerful festive season!


St. Joseph

Telephone & Telegraph Co.


Happy holidays to you and Many thanks to our loyal
yours! We send warm wishes friends! Your patronage has
by the heartful, with the made this year a won-
hope that the joys of the derful one for us, and we
season may long endure. are sincerely grateful.


MEN & BOY'S WEAR


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"Home of St. Joe Kraft"


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Christmas Essays
(Continued From Page 8)
stars, decorated trees, and many
other gay decorations.
People change even more than
the town's. They turn from the us-
ual dullt routine and selfish attitude
to -a life 'full of .Christmas spirit.
Christmas caroling, .trimming 'the
tree, Santa Claus, giving gifts all
come as a result of this Christmas
spirit. Everyone forgets his own
troubles and worries for a while
and thinks about making others
happy. Because of tihs everyone is
happy. The glow and look of satis-
faction people have on their faces
at Christmasrtime Is 'something
that icainot be expressed b mere


hight and run into the living, room I have always thought that carols
to see if Santa had brought me Iwere the most beautiful hymnm ever
everything I had put on my list. written. Then the special Christmas
Mot of the t'me I would find exact- services we have Ln our churches.
ly what I had wanted. After -ex- to celebrate the birth of our Sav-
amining all the toys I would run iour is always a part of Christmas.
get Mother and Daddy to see what Another thing I enjoy about
Santa Claus had brought me. They Christmas is deciding what you are
would act so surprised at all the going ito buy each member of your
gifts I had received from Santa. family and your Iriends, and then
. As I grew older my feeling for shopping for -the presents. Then
Christmas changed and I realized it is more fun to wrap presents and
the true meaning of Christmas. make and put up decorations.
Christmas to me is the most excit- I also like to see the, many- other
ing of all events in the year. Ev- decoration's put up in the stores
eryone is so happy 'and they truly and the different homes. Then
feel ,this is the day Christ was born. Christmas Day is the best of all.
This occasion means 'the 'exchang- Everyone is u'p early in 'the morn-
ing of gifts with friends and fam- ing, especially the little children to
ily. Children get a joy out of Santa see what Santa 'brought them. It


words. It would ibe wonderful if Claus who brings all sorts of toys is wonderful to see everyone enjoy-
people could look like that all of that represent the gifts ,that were ing themselves as they open their
the time. presented to Christ when he was gifts.
.Christmas is a combination of born. Then comes all that food, turkey
happiness, secrets, surprises, love 1 This, 'to me, is 'the :true meaning and ,dresisng, cakes, pies 'and many
and friendliness. It is a time when iof Christmas. I am so ,glad I have other enjoyable dishes. Sometimes
all o these finer things of life ;had the chance to experience a I can almost smell all that good
band together 'to celebrate the Christmas. food ,baking.
birthday of the first 'and .greatest So, Christmas is just Christmas.
Christmas gift By CONNIE CHASON For without all of these things 'that
To me,- Christmas is just Christ- we usually think of at Christmas,
By ANN MILLER mas. There are so many things *hat it Just wouldn't be Christmas.
When I was very young all I think of in connection with
Chri'stma4 meant was receiving Christmas. For instance, it would GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
toys. of all kinds. It was very thril- 'not seem like Christmas if we did -9
ling to wake up in the middle of the not play -and sing Christmas carols., o TO CHURCH SUNDAY


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TOO LATE TO
CLASSIFY
By RUSSELL KAY
-While* every indication at this
time points to a 'splendid winter
season. for both business and tour-
ist activities with attendant in-
creased 'ax revenue for the state,
State Comptroller Ray E. Green
pounds a word, of caution.
Green feels that it is better to
be safe than sorry and he has Inau-
gurated a careful recheck of Flor-
ida's financial situation so that he
will be in a position to advise the
Governor and the State Budget
Commission as to the amount of
money that can safely be released


to iate agebaies.
The new survey will be approach
4d from. two angles, the ability
the treasury to meet appropriation
and the state's cash position.
"Our cash position," said Gree
"while not critical is far from e
couraging." Twenty million dollar
has already been borrowed fro
the .trust fund to keep the general
fund on a cash basis and anothi
five million will probably be nee
ed next month, he reported.
Under the' circumstances, Gree
said it was doubtful that he could
recommend any further borrowing
by 'the-general' fund because undere
a 1959 law all money loaned by th
trust fund must be repaid by thi
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June 30, 1960. what the picture is. You Can Lose If You Fail -_ eluded. The ofMce for this area Is Social security offices will be
h- Green expressed optimism over At the moment the Florida pic- To File Social Security Claim located at 1135 Harrison Avenue, closed from .noon, Thursday, De-
of the present outlook and said barr- lture is bright. Our progress is stea- Many persons are robbing them- Panama City. The telephone num- comber 24, to Monday morning in
ns ing unforseen difficulties revenues dy and sound with growth and de- selves of social security payments ber is POplar 3-5331. observance of Christmas.
-should be sufficient .to meet all ap- velopment -continuing in -most due to failure to file claims, accord-
M, propriations but felt that it would areas. Florida was not seriously ing to John V. arey, district man- -
n- be wise for the budget commission affected by the steel strike and ager of the Panama City social se-
rs to maintain a conservative policy will not be unless it is renewed on ur o ity ffice.P C se' -- -" "' .:-
m in making releases to be safe. a prolonged basis. s hose w continue working af- -' ,
al The Comptroller points out that Severe winter weather so early r retirementage, 65 for en and
er we learned two years ago how bad in the season as has been exper- 62 for women, often -do not under-.- .- '
business activity and sharply re- tendency to drive thousands to our sad they ,may Creey said. b ts '-
d-weather can curtail' tourist and lanced inthe Northrecetltya a "forstand theym ayreei veid.bnftit

an duce expected revenue. All business state much earlier 'than they might for some months, Carey aid. .ree
Anyonebtthrerwisesqualified mayut.s
Id and tourist forecasts at this time come otherwise. Unrest in Cuba Any oth erw yqed ma y t Of e
earn up 'to $1,200 a year and still
are favorable with .a big tourist and other areas will keep many receive social security checks for sO
season predicted but this picture tourists from going abroad and, all months'of the year. Some bene- C1' to
e could change materially should we mean more business for Florida. fits are payable when earnings are an d best oihes t
experience a run of cold, disagree- Florida, hotels and motels are more than $1,200. Regardless of o S"d patrons who
seasons ago. Our major attractions are prepar- ceive benefit hecks or any month Che atth sid p.t o
Sbble cheao.nnaenaigs, worker may're- Oun t, rarts. 1th .e this j
Cold weather in itself is not par- ing to take care of ever increasing in which earnings are$10 or less fete time of y.ear.
ticularly harmful to our financial crowds. Horse and dog 'tracks .are and he does not .do s abstantial .
situation provided it is broken by: confident. thel.1959-60 season will be work as a self-employed person n
frequent spells of 'good weather a big one and indications are we his own business. Of course, there ,,' -- .'"-
which is usually the rule. A sus- will wind up the fiscall year in are no earnings limits after age 72. ^ ^' --'_
trained col dspell with damaging good shape. Income from investments, rentals, ..
Income from investments, rentals, 0 r L '
weather occurring day after -day Florida 'is-tortifnate, however, in other retirement systems or ,pen- *
for a long period can upset the having a man like Green in the sions do not count in figuring earn- I
most careful calculations and pre- Comptroller's office for it is impor- ings. .. .
dictions and it is because of this' tant that we safeguard our finan- .
that the Comptroller is making a cial position if we are 'to retain the Workers of retirement age who '
re-survey at this time to determine respect and confidence of investors earn less than $2,080 in a year TuAr WEIJ R$
as far as is humanly possible just and homeseekers. should inquire immediately at their THAM ES JEWELERS
social security office, Carey con- -




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GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


Letters

Dear Santa Claus,
I would like for you to 1
a Steve Canyon bard ha
Joe Palooka Bop Bag.
Please bring my little
Andy a set of blocks and
little pigs brick set.
My granddaddy would
have a jacket just like m
BRUCE MAY
Dear Santa,
My name is Phillip.
I am six years old.
I have been a good boy
Please bring me the toy
list.
Mother Hen target gam
tric pin-ball game, subma
get game, automatic shoo
lery, Steve Canyon jet hel
new electronic fighter jet,
tiring plane, P-40 Flying T
del, P-40 accessory kit, A
wonder, Realistic action
mixer, Giant. size camp
boat, Windup helicopter,
Pom-Pom truck, 13" NautlI
scope, Cape Canaveral
amazing firing rockets.


To Santa...,.

Thank you. -
bring me PHILLIP STRIKES
t and a. .-.. O -
Dear Santa Claus,
brother We have- been fairly --good ,this
a three past year and, we're.-.try1ag to be
even better now that Christmas is
like Lo so close.
ine. My name is Mike and I want an
army tank, cement truck, bike,
road grader and a dump truck.
Rena wants a doll and carriage.
a .table and chairs, tea set and a
pocket book.
y. ; Debbie wants a .birthstone ring,
's on my bride doll with trunk and clothes,
a baton, pocketbook and black
board.
ne, Elec-
rine tar- We will leave the front door un-
ting gal- locked and go to bed early, so you
Imet, All can come. We will also leave you
, Rocket some cake and hot chocolate on
Iger mo- the kitchen table.
automatic We love you,
cement MIKE, DEBBIE and RENA
r truck. WILLIAMSON


,Dear Santa Clause mbot of all I wanL a army set with per cent on the monthly balance punulhable by- fines up to $500,
My name Is Douglas Kelly. I will machine guns with a light on a due under revolving credit con- los1 of all carrying. charges and as-
be 6 years old the 19th of .this truck and a Coca-cola set like Da. tracts. sessment of court costs and altor-
month. vid Kiebler's. ... .. Violations of the new law are ney fees, Green said.
r have been a pretty good boy I want a military- academy suit
this year. with a big tal ]hat that.has fur on ___


I waut a Jeep, LboatL and a car,
Davy Crockett gun set.
Love,
DOUGLAS W. KELLY
Dear Santa Claus,-
I have been a aweet little boy
.this year.
Will you please bring me a
"hook" truck and a Jeep like
Bobbl-pins".
I will leave a cup of coffee for
you under the -tree.
Love, and God bless you, Santa,
MICHAEL EELLS

Dear Santa,
I want a army suit with a rifle
and pastor and airplane that runs
,by electricity.
and a walkie-talkie set. And a
electricity -train. I wait a jack-
nilfe and rock set that shoe shine
set.
I want a dart set and a gun. But


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And then I want the other kind-
of hats. I want stripes on the
shoulders.
Love,
BENNY DICKENS


New Credit Law

Effective Jan. 1

TALLAHASSEE Retail iner-.
chant.s who sell on credit were re-
minded -this week by State Comp-
troller Ray Green that ,the 1959 law
regulating installment selling and
revolving credit becomes effective
January 1.
Green said that" every retail mer-
chant who sells appliances, furni-
ture, jewelry or, any other type of
merchandise on .the installment
plan will have to obtain a license
from ,his office. Annual cost of ithe
li-cense Is $5.
Green -said the new law sets cer-
tain specifications and require-
ments for installment and revolv-
ing credit contracts.
It permits a so-called time price
differential .to cover interest and
carrying charges. of not over 10 per
cent a year of -the original amount
of installment contract, and of 1;


HARDEN'S DAIRY


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LL'e send you these greetings with the sincere hope that they find
you together with all your loved ones, enjoying the peace and happiness of Christmas.
r May all the joys of the season remain with you throughout the year ahead.



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Our Christmas wish for every.
one we know is for a wonderful holiday season,
just filled to overflowing with all the traditional
joys, warm good cheer and good fellowship.

Jimmy Greer's


We'd like you to know how
very much we have appreciated your patronage
and we're looking forward to the pleasure of
serving you in the future as we have in the past.

Standard Station


friends all good things. Ma
much happiness and great joy of spirit


church bells ring
... choirs of jubilant
voices proclaim the glory of
We too speak out to wish our
ay this Christmas season bring
t to you and those dear to you,


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THE STAR
PullHhad Every Thursday Af 306 Willians Avenue, Port SL .Joe, Florlad
By The Star Publishlng Companyi
WESLT R. RmSE -- Editor and Publisher
Also Liotype Operator, Ad Man, floor Man., columnist, Reporter, Proof Reader
and Bookkeeper
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SUBSCRiPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
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DIAL BAll 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In cea of error 4r omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damtag further thW amount received for such
advartbaant.
The spoken word I rlsven scnt attention; the printed word In thoughtfully
weihL The spoken word barely Taserts; the printed word thoroughly conDnrei.
The spoken word I lost: the printed word remain.


Don't Play With Fire
Those who remember when the only way to light a Christ-
mas tree was with candles also recall the .Merry Yule as a time
of worry for their elders and a time When, for some, fires took
the fun out of the festivities.
But there's still magic im candle-light -- for the gentler
C sex. The way to make a supper table glamorous, it seems, is to
light it with candles. And if you can't see what you're eating, or
'the way to your mouth, that's all the more romantic -- or some-
Sthing This, it seems, is especially true at Christmas when there
rae likely to be>candles all over the place anrd particularly in the
windows. .
This would therefore seem to be a good time for a note of
warning. And, at the risk of being castigated as a killjoy, a
pain-in-the-neck, even a party-pooper, we would say candles are
alright on the dinner table as long as everybody is sitting around
looking at them, but blow them out when you get up to leave.
And don't put candles in the windows or use them for decorations
elsewhere -- unless you have fire-proof curtains and drapes.
The greatest danger lies in decorations of paper or'plastic that
may be too hear the'flame, and most of all from flimsy, inflam-
mable fabrics such as are often used for curtains or for costumes
or in women's blouses and negligees. Curtains may billow or the
flame may follow an unexpected draft. As for what people may
do, read any newspaper.
Think of the hazards and go easy on the candles. Light
'em while you look at 'em -- and then blow 'em out. The Fire
Department members would like to spend the Christmas season
with their families uninterrupted by having to put out a careless
fire. And a Merry Christmas to yoti.


True Meaning of Christmas Is.

Fully Realized By Our Youths
\'e wonder how many of you have been reading the series
'of articles published in The Star for the past three weeks? The
articles were written by pupils in Mrs. Wayne Biggs' college pre-
paratory English class on the subject, '"What Christmas 'Means
To Me". ...
Almost without exception,/the students were fully aware
of the Christmas season as being the timed of the birth of the
'Christ Child -- the greatest gift ever for any man.
The thinking of these young men and women give hope
-to the fact that a Christian peace may someday pervade upon the
-'earth due'to the realization of these future leaders of the true
"'things of life.
These articles' would also serve to debunk the thinking that
Christmas is becoming season of commercialization. We believe
it is fully implanted on the minds of every human being living in
Sa civilized oriil4 just what the Christmas season means. As for
commercialization n -- what makes man,.or woman feel better
,and more charitable than thd giving of a gift? A simple gift has
patchedlup many a quarrel, cemented many a friendship and, in
the pase of Christmas, brought loved ones closer together. And
what better start on Christianity could a person have than to
create a better feeling between himself and his friends?


S- Realizing that Ch is f T h Iut all iin-g and recHei-ing in ^ rhile t.4 ed ;*n r .. .rip Hore for Holidays
-that sense other than the religious, ~e especially liked the state- afim "a -ad r. futile. .., [ M. t.',nd'ilMrs. Au.brey T,..i,,, ,lid Smiitr of AubLirn au,
TheAL-iax of the-, Bb Sith of E ry. I ni'erslt) are
ment made by one of these students. It went, soethin Ike T three-dayk^ s n t o Tenesee last week endsendin the holidays re with
this, "I am so glad I have had the chance to experience a Christ- ]OO s. wa hedue foa. DistrieLpm ; b rr te hriBn.as e sei te holidays.n Mrs. Joh
mas. A simple way to express the eloquence of being able to supier-..or for the Sour.hbastern Ros.emary S Attending Carson Robert Smith .
enjoy a happy occasion. The ultimate of a good life. States. dell--rs. his. puti: dltcours Newman College.
W hen Is G jdc s w-ii IT.:. Be Done
W when the spirit is put to the test'. On Earth?" Mr. Filsoul has served
WitneSS RUBISitr Saturday evening will feature the as an ordained mini5'er of Jeion- ..'.- -.
showing of the technicolor film, vah for over 30 years and1 has been f-

Attends Session "DivinewlllternatonaAssem-inrho.I ===
Sbly of Jehovah's Witnesses", pre- of Witnesses to declare the 'o,:.d ,od''
L. w. Sutule, local Jehovah's senting-$cenes from the large as. ne'' df old's Kingdom froni door.
Witness. minister. has returned sembly held in New YorleCity'dr- to door. '
from a full day session In Talla- ing the summer of '3 and thb Those attending from Port St.
hassee where he previe.ed plans Witness missionary activities in Joe were L W. Suttie and family. '-'
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by the Vatebhtower Bible an i ract
Society to sponsor. a thre-day cir-
cuit assembly to be held at the
Leon. High School Auditorium in
Tallahassee for Jehova.h's Witnes-
,ses who will gather .there from
three states January, 29-31.,
"Due to the fact that -each one
of Jehovah's Witnesses is a. teach-
er and interested in h.il.mig to pro-
mote Bible education", said Mr.
Suttle, "we plan to attend very
.esison and ,take full advantage of
ttie training pr..-gram that -we may
be better equipped to serve our lo-
cal communities." The three-day
session will inc:lude- a variety y of
talks on vital Bible topics and dem-
onstrations showing practical ways
of increasing Cliistian taiL valu-
able' *to persons who 'feel weak


A. Ser..: c l CI our D.,cI. c. i Med.cinle.
Your L,c.l Medilal S.i'ety and the
Flon.3'i, Medical A.s'ication.
MIND AND MATTER
The will to live is an impor-
tant factor in recovery from
illness. Physicians are aware of
variance in the nature of pa-
tients faced with serious illness.
In some, the will to live is posi-
tive hi in .ii:r's, inittfer' i,'c
or r.-_igiatin i, d,,_m hiiiiit.
The primi ive tril...:-nian ot
jong ai-.. 'a L t.,liztic .l..i-ul his
sickness. He regarded disease as
of supernatural origin and hoped
only that tbhe medicine man
might with his magic be able to
appease the offended deity. In
the tribesman's simple and com-
parativ ly stal.l en;'. ir,.nment,
the nagician % %ah 1 li i p.:.cho-
logic-l ",kill" often was able
withoit great difficultyy to evalu-
ate his patient's prson.ility and(
supply the c o ura ;u -ment
needed.
In toda)'s complex world,
evaluation is ,-i.mpli.::tcd for tlh
physician by the infinite varia-
tions in character among his
patients. The physician prac-
tices a consideration of the part
played by personality. This may
be revealed by the patient's re-
action to illness and the extent
of the influence ,:of the patient's
particular environmental factors
-domeitic and .:.ial
The profound influ-nce exert-
ed by the miil ovri: most phy-
siological processes is appreci-
ated by the physician. For this
reason, he strives to enlist the
enthusiastic palicipaoii.:n of the
patient in hi_ own cure. [The per-
sonality of the patient thus may
become a very important factor
*in the oUtcOrM,' of treatment "for
a wide number of diseases and
conditions.


rimny t)foreign. 8lans. "ADyOne in- R. 'W. Greyuoid. Ana family, Lottie
terested in international peace and Hall' anid_ Mrs. Helen Seet. lo.:-al
better con.litiona would ure'! ind 1 s ion.ri .


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To our friends, a holiday wish that 1'
they may enjoy all the best of the season. ......





A WAT fOR TASTE A FOODOR
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Enjoy Christmcis wAith .


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Joyfully we sing out happy
-"' holiday wishes to you and yours!


BEAMAN PLUMBING SERVICE


We wish for our friends
at Christmas the lasting gifts
of 'good Nab,- happiness-and good fortune.


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AT CHRISTMAS
may -111,
peace and joy fi
your heart at this
happy Chlistmas season





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fricnd-Ji;p and p. Kgood xvisb6s were
we'd gnow you under a blizzard
of', Ojcm! Have a. ,undcrful holidas, seasoal

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y'i ujd ^ # fSc ol A. Fite iprwentA the bacgroud Wi ter Woods v M.-rvi Iel
music. Mrs. Dickens' second grade Wun Keepef Howard :i'cKinnoti-
made up the at-gel choir. The stag- Chief Priests and Sudbes: Lar',
Enjoys 6Ss Program iug was handled by Sir. Herring- Raffield, Troy Gray. Chris E.irly,
ton's sixth grade under the 'irec- Joe Rycroft.
The children of the -Highland Lion of Mrs. Herbert BroulilJettu. Wise Men: Raleigh Furney, Franu.
View School presented, "The Firet Shirley Tharpe from Mrs. Blily kie Dykes, Ray Adkinscr..
Christmas", a program U.-Tintt and Barlow's third grade, was the Herod: Ray Petersoa
directed by Mrs. Sidney Anchor2 reader. Ceasar Augustus: Budd7 Boy-


and Mrs. Ben Dickens, at tiie De-
cember meeting of the PTA last
Thursday evening.
The theme was taken from the
first 18 -.-errer, of the second clbap-
te.r of Luke, and the first 12 vers-
es of thie second chapter of Luke.
The faithh and sixth grade chorus


The characters were:
Mary: Janie Cathbey.
Joseph: Rickey Batson.
Angels: Debra Floyd, Gall Raf-
f.eld, Dwana Guillot, Sharon Till-
man, Sarah Wright, Susan Curlee
and Jan Peterson.
Shepherds: Jimmy Roger5, Paul


The following Furniture Retailers will be closed

for the Christmas holidays Friday, December 25

and Saturday, December 16 to give our employ-

ees a well deserved long week end off -- Hap-

py holidays to everyone.


MODERN FURNITURE COMPANY

DANLEY FURNITURE CO.

St. Joe Furniture & Appliance Co.

ROCHE'S APPLIANCES


Xmas Greeting
We waint to wish you nice peo-
.ple of Port St. Joe a Merry
Christmas and. a Happy New
Year
We hope to see you sometimes
this winter.
R. H. MARLIN
and Family

Miss Culpepper Is
Honored At Luncheon


Miss Marietta Chafin entertained
on Saturday with a luncheon at the
Holiday Lodge for Miss Mary Ag-
Ines CuilpApper who ,became tho
bride of Charles Vinvent Kilboura
on Sunday, December 20, at *.no
First Baptist Church.
The luncheon table was beauti-
fully decorated with an arrange-
ment of ,pink rosebuds and white
snapdragons in a silver bowl. Wed-
ding bells and snow balls were en-
twined in pink and white ribbon
down the length of the table.
Individual place settings we-e
designated by dainty place cards
with a miniature childhood picture
of the girl to be seated at each
place.
Tbhe honoree ws .presented a
round silver serving tray from the
Chafin family.
Those attending and enjoying the


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iuu.'o, '~-re 'jis5se-- A-.n Ward,
Reed LesWis. rMlAr:ba Costin, Rac Lel
,')be_'-i3y, a.ianetta. Chain and Ma-
r7 Agnas Culpepper, ail childhood
ahciool' mates. Also attending were
Miss Beverly Lladquii, maid of
honor and Mr. Faye Jenkins, bride- Send .ho Star To A Friend
maid.


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OFFERS MORE


FOOD, PENNY FOR PENNY

Save on your family food budget by serving
nutritious milk with every meal. You never out-
grow your need for milk. Serve it today.



Harden's Dairy

"Gulf County's Only Milk Producer"
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DANLEY SPECIALIZES IN GIFTS FOR THE HOME Gifts for the en-

\ tie family that will last for years -- Shop Danleys till 8:00 p.m.

S from now until Christmas. We will close at 6:00 p.m. Christmas Eve.


SUGGESTIONS FOR HER
LANE
Lane Cedar Chest $29.95 up

WESTINGHOUSE Canister Type

Vacuum Cleaner __ $39.95 up

DORMEYER

Mixer Set' *- $39.95

WESTINGHOUSE and SPEED QUEEN

WASHING MACHINES

WESTINGHOUSE

RANGES and REFRIGERATORS

FULL LINE OF
SMALL APPLIANCES


Including Westinghouse


WAFFLE MAKERS TOASTERS


PORTABLE MIXERS STEAM -IRONS

ELECTRIC FRY PANS ELECTRIC GRIDDLE

ELECTRIC SAUCE PAN


SUGGESTIONS FOR HIM


2Vs INCH DORMEYER
Power Saw -- $39.95

PLASTIC and NYLON COVERS,

Relaxer Chairs .-. $49.95 up

BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT

Ash Trays ----$1.95 up


SMALL GIFT SUGGESTIONS -
20 x 26 OILETTE

PICTURES ----

20 PIECE PLASTIC

Refrigerator Set -


26 Quart BRONZETONE

Waste Can------


Limit 2 to A Customer


Buy Nowon .Danley's Easy

Terms Pay Next Yeor


Suggestions For Anyone

On Your Gift List


WESTINGHOUSE

Elec. Blanket ----$22.95


able Lamps ---- 4,95 up

SLASS 2 DOOR Mahogany and Blond

Book Cases----- $19.95


PLASTIC COVERED

Hassocks------ $4.95 up

Mahogany. Maple and Blond

esk Sets-- $29.95 up

POLE and TREE Assorted Colors

LAMPS-------- $9.95

LARGE ASSORTMENT OF

TA B..-$9.95 up
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Linda then and Linda now
Six-year-old Linda Breese treatment and study center.
of Columbus, Ohio, has been Linda began a series of sur-
crippled from birth. She suf- gical operations, treatments
fered from a birth defect, a and exercises to strengthen the
disorder which seriously af- muscles she still had in her
flicts one out of every 16 babies legs. Today she no longer
born in the United States. needs the braces and can even
When Linda was old enough ride a tricycle. Though she
to .valk, she could get around still uses crutches, the doctors
only with the aid of steel at the Columbus center hope
braces on her legs. That meant that she may soon be able. to
wearing heavy, ankle high abandon them.. Meanwhile,
shoes which were not very what delights Linda most is
pretty for a little girl who was that, like other little girls she
otherwise developing into a can now wear pretty shoes.
real beauty. The New Match of Dimes
Children with significant campaign in January, 1960, is
birth defects, known medically aimed at three major crippling
as congenital malformations, diseases, including arthritis
often face a lifetime of crip- and polio in addition to birth
pling. But there was hope in detects. It is estimated that
Linda's case. In her hometown, one out of every four Ameri-
at the Columbus Children's can families is affected by
Hospital, a new center espe- these disorders. Linda's prog-
cially designed to treat birth ress toward a healthy, normal
defects was set up with the life symbolizes the hope held
support of New March of out by the New March of
Dimes funds. It is probably Dimes for millions of sufferers
the. world's first birth defects from crippling diseases.



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cottages. $45 per month. Ander-
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FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively furnished a p a r t -
meats. Cool in summer, warm In
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
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space. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. WL-
mico Lodge Apartments and Trail-
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FOR RENT: House at Beacon Hill.
Furnished. Contact Silas R. Stone
Phone 7-7161 tfc-10-22

FOR RENT: 3 houses at beach, aun-
furnished. One furnished house
at Mexico Beach. One furnished
house, corner Woodward and Ninth
St. Phone 7-3171 or 7-5511, I. W.
Duren. tf-ll-19
FOR RENT: Furnisbed apartments
and cottages. At the beach. I to
3 bedroom from $45 to $100 per mo.
plus utilities. Phone 9-1184 or see
Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson at Coa-
tin's Cottages, Beacon HU1. 4c-12-10
FOR RENT: Small t-wo bedroom
house. Furnished. Located at
Beacon Hill. Two -bedroom house
on First St. See Bill Carr at St. Joe
Hardware Co. tfc-12-17
FOR RENT: Small furnished ap-
artrent. Suitable for married cou-
ple. Living-bedroom, kitchen and
bathroom. Phone 9-1301 or 7-2711.
J. A. Mira. tfc-12-17
FOR RENT: Partly furnished or
unfurnished one bedroom house,
carport, plumbing, ideal for couple,
nice neighborhood. Bayview Hts.
$25.00. Phone BAll 7-7037. Ztp


FOR SALE: '50 Plymouth. Good
condition. $139.0ij. George E.
Small. 1024 McClollau. Phone BARl
7-3606. Stp-12-17
FOR SALE: $560 Lionell Train Set
$250, including benchwork, sell
all or part; .22 Marlin rifla, $20;
6%" new power hand saw $39; 16
mm. sound movie -projector, $100;
S5% hp. Evlnrude outboard, $100.
W. S. Smith, lt24 Woodward Ave.
FOR SALE: Nice three bedroom
home on Hunter Circle. Very
quiet. Safe for children to play.
Landscaped very nicely. Awnings
over all windows, doors and breeze-
way. Deep well. See by apointment
only. Call BAll 7-4681. 3tp-12-17
FOR SALE: 12 hp. Seabee outboard
motor. Good fishing tran'porta-
tion. $45.00. Wimberly Pontiac Co.


FOR SALE: 1956 Casa Manana, 42
ft. house trailed. Fully equipped,
auto. washer. Priced -for quick
sale. See 0. C. Dykes at Piggly
Wiggly. t- te-12-3


THE NEW S-2 Inhalent for asthma
elief.- Now available at Camp-
bells Drug Store. 4tp-12-17
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom well built
house. Mexico Beach. Phone
9-1113, W. Buckloh. tfc-10-1
.MEXICO BEACH RENTALS
1 bedroom furnished apts. $40.00
per month. 2 bedroom furnished
apts. $50.00 to $60.00 per month.
2 unfurnished 2 bedroom apts.
$50.00 per month. Residential and
commercial lots. Terms. Duplex for
sale, good income, terms.
MEXICO BEACH OFFICE
CM.M. Parker, Reg. Real Estate Bro.
Phone BAll 9-1121, Port St. Joe
Mail: Box 123, Mexico Baeeh Sta.
Panama City, Fla.
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 hip motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibso or oall' BAl 7-5771.


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Pric-
ed to sell. Hardwood floor. 522
Fourth. St., Call 7-8591. tfc-11-12
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house t
White City. With 8 lots. Reason-
able. Call BAIl 7-3708. 4tp-11-t1
FOR SALE
3 bedroom home on Bellamy Cir-
cle. 3 month old. Pay owner'
equity.
4 new bomes being buit oa Bel-
lamy Circie. FHA financing. To be
completed within next 30 days.
Lots at St. Joe Beach. Small
down payment. Small monthly .pay-
menta.
PRIDGKON AGENCY
411 Reid Ave. Phone 7-7741


FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house at
508 9th St. Priced $3,800. Shown
,by aspointment only. Phone 7-5841.
OAK GROVE: Three bedroom
house with bath on two lots. Fur-
nished only $6,300. Unfurnished,
$5,300. Terms.
WHITE' CITY: Three bedroom
house with seven lots. Can sell
foi only $600 down and balance like
rent. 2tc-12-10
FRANK ,HANNON
Registered Real Estate Broker
Pb. BAI! 7-3491 221 Reid Ave.
ARE YOU INTERESTED in own-
ng a profitable business. Can be
operated in your spare time. A coin
self-service laundry. No experience
necessary. Low down payment.
Bank financing. Cave desirable lo-
cation in shopping center In Port
St. Joe. Call or see Pridgeon Ins-
urance Agency, phone BAIl 7-7741,
Port St. Joe, Fla. stp-1.8
SEPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
qLllck expert service. tte
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 L4 BURGH, Secretary
All Master Masons cordially Invited
SAMARITAN LODGe No. 40, 1. 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
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meetings at Moose Hall, 310
Fourth St. Meeting night every
other Monday.
,R. 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.
Maige, Secretary.


IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
you need in your rome. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
LAWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
hour. Cut your lawn and let me
worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
son, Phone 7-7501.
WISSIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
THE AMERICAN LEGION. Meet-
ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.


LOST: 26"' girl's blue bicycle-
Schwinn "spitfire". Black tires and
basket. Taken from 519 Third St.
Missing since about the 10th of De-
cember. It found please call BAll
7-8751 or The Modern Furniture Co.

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