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"Fort St. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahooche. Valley"
MONEY TALKS-Let's kee.
It where we can speak with it
once In a while-Trade with
your home town merchants
PODRT S. JO~WE. FLaIflA NMBER 52c.
Sharks Take Season Opener;
Host To Leon 'B' Tonight
The Port St. Joe Sharks started off their 1960 football season in grand style by knocking
over their arch-rival Apalachicola in a i smashing 19 to 0 defeat before an almost capacity crowd
at rain-soaked St. Joe High School stadium.
It was apparentt from the open-
Ilg play that the Sharks ot.Port
St. Joe completely out-classed their
Franklin County rivals. It took only
three play or 'the Sharks to score
their first TD and slashing, excit-
ing running by- Jimmy Dawson,
Chesley Fensom, Jimmy Whider,
Nelson Hall and Bob Muan- kept
the Shark (ans on their toes all
Defense Stands Out
Thne defensive play of Howard
Lovett, Joe Whaley, David Nance, :
Clifford, Wimaberly, Pat McFarland, .
Pau' Robbins, Freddie Bowdoin
and Charles Boyer k-ept the offen-
sire holes open for the thundering
herd, of Shark backs. This .i-htly it,
smaller and inexperienced lie also a y .
limited- ,the 4halman crew to 56
yards on the ground.
The Sharks picked up 338 yards .- ..,. .
rusipng with Jimmy Dawson ,lead- n'
ruithen a wib th Jim yardawmon lea Shark Halfback Jimn y Wilder of the 1960 football scar-.n. The
in the pack withe 154 yards. Jimn is pictured above crossing the touchdown was the first of three
Wilder ran second in yards gained Apalachicola goal line Friday scored against Apalachicola in
with 72. Nelson Hall was close be night for the Sharks' first score the ballgame.
hind. with 70.
Sharks Score Early .
-The Sharks cored two quick Kiswa is Club Told of Developments
TD's in the first quarter, then, the w
rains came and because of fumibloe In Atomit-Produced Electric Power
and pesky penalties, the Sharks-
were unable to score again until
the Wthird quarter. The Port S-t. Joe Kiwanis Club these problems.
The first Shark tally cane on elected a :new slate of officers to Guests ,of 'the club were Key '
the third- play of 'the game. Jimmy -take over :the 'club on January 1 Clubibers Jimmy Wilder, Joe Wha-
Dawson '-broke loose on a- beautiful at their Tuesday meeting. Elected ley and Nelson Hall. Terry IHinote
43 yard run to the Chapman 11. as officers were: Calvmin Floy', of Port St. Joe, Red Howell, Say-
Two plays later Jimmy Wilder !pesi dent; Walter C. Dodson, vice- in-gs Bond representative and Flor-
scooted around right end for the president and Tom Alsobrook, see ida Power representatives Richard
score. The 'next score came short- retary-treasurer. Porter and John Folks.
Ty htier, when Chapman was forced The Kiwanis also bad a very in J. L. Sharit, Honorary Memober
to paixt deep in their own territory teresting program Tuesday. It ni of the Club presented them with
Wto their 48. On the ,irst play Nel- rour i.,Lt by Andy Hines of St. Pet- a new 50-star American fla
son Hall cooted 30 yards to the ersburg, Industrial, Area. Develop- -- --
Chapman 10. Jimmy Dawson mov- ment, Florida Power -Corporaeion. Mrs. O 'I
ed- ithe ball to th-e one yard line Hines talked of the advent Of f rse e s
where quarterback Bolb Munn atomic power for 'the anauftact-uro Victim of Cancer
pusheaid across for the score. of elegtricity.
Then the raius came. Hines pointed out .that atomic' Mrs. Lisello tte Margaret Peelemr
The 'Sharks were una-ble to power is 'the hope of the electric age 34 of 1703 Garrison Avenue,
score again, un'ti the third, period. i dustry for cheap power. But many 'passed away yesterday morning at
Jlimny Wilder, Nelson Hall and problems must be overcome first. 6:30 a.m. -at i1te Municipal Hospi-
Timmy Dawson combined 'to move At present, 80% of the electriety tal following 'a lengthy illness. She
,the 'ball up to the one yard line made in the U. S. is made by burn- wass a victim of cancer.
where Wilder crashed over for the ing fuel to produce steam, to turn Mrs. Peeler is survived bby -her
Sharks final tally. turbines, to t-urn generators. Atom- husband, Charles B. and 'two sons,,.
Chapman was never bleogetc power will take the place of the Michael and Christopher of Port
,Capman 'was never able to get boiler in the present -,method o St. Joe..
any kind of an offense going and making electricity. Funeral services will be held at
were allowed across, the 50yard Hiaes explained hat under aer- 10:00 a.m. Friday from the St. Jo-
Stripe only once and that was a tain conditions, a small -amount of seph Catholic Church with the Rev.
thrust that enld, d on the Shark 45. rajdioactive material will give off Father 'Paul Hogarty officiating.
Sharks Play Tonight tremendous amounts, of heat. For Interment -will be in Holly Hill
Tonight 'the -Sharks 'take on Leon instance, a piece of atomic fel one Cemaetery.
High "B" team of Tallahassee. This' inch cube will give off as mu.a Comforter Funeral Home will be
will' be the first time the Sharks heat as 1300 tons of coal or 5,00 ichamfgter ofuarrangeal Hment wis. be
have played this team and the cal- barrels. of fuel oil. c o a
ibre of their new opponents is un- -Although the cost of atomic fuel
known. However, they ar-e expect- is still high, the problem and cast Forest Ranger Now
ed 'to be on about the same level of transport of conventional fuel,
as the Bay High-,"B" teams:.thaot the as against the compact atomic ~u In Overstreet Area
Sharks have played i' the past. makes its, use desirable. This char- -:
Al fans should remember that this acteristic in fuel-dess regions such' Florida Forest Service Dispatch-
game will be played tonight, Thurs- as Florida would make it especially er J. H. Pope annonuU-es this week
day, not on Friday might 'as usual. attractive. that residents in the ('hrtreet
SCOREBOARD St. Joe
First Downs. 16
Ydsi Rushing 338
Yds. Passing 18
Pass Attempt .. 4
Pass Coamp. .... 2
Fumbles Lost .... 2
Yds. Penalized .... 60
Se*d "he Star To A Frli
Chap. Atomic fuel offers ,probleans that
2 mu-st be 'worked out. It is still too
56 expensive for ,economic 'use. It is,
3 reduced to a waste that is danger-
3 ous 'and 'offers disposal problems
1 and not much is known about its
1 characteristics in order to pro'iane
20 fool-proof safety measures.
Hines said 'that mu'dh work 's
end -bping done to meet and solve-
and Beaches areas may now con-
tact a forest ranger in that area.
Ranger Johnnie Redmon- may
now 'be contacted at -the Overstreet
tower site wh'eri he has moved in
his new homd.- Ranger Redmon
may be cobnta-eted for plowing or
burning 'problelis r or any forest
fires detected: in. thL._ area may be.
reported tW' him.
'Picutred above is a new rotary cal plant has been having trou- installed to -cure part of their
time kiln that is being Installed ble with a new type kiln in their troubles. The new kHln will oper-
by the Michigan Chemical Corn- seawater magnesia extraction ate off natural gas which is be-
pany Port St. Joe plant. The lo- here and the new kiln Is being ing installed at the plant.
The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
will sponsor its annual "Kids'
Day" this coming Sautrday, Sep-
The program will begin at9:30
a.m. at the Port Theatre with a
free movie for all the kids. Af-
ter the movie the Kiwanians have
arranged for free ice cream for
all their small-fry guests.
Ice cream for: the children
will be frozen by the Dairy Queen
in Port St. Joe with the mix for
the ice cream being donated by
The Kiwanis Club is prepar-
ing for at least 400 kids to be
their guests Saturday, and urge
all children to be present to take
part in the activities.
Chairman of the Kids' Day
program is Frank McDonald with
co-chairmen, Marion Craig and
STAC House To Open
The Youth STAG House will be
open Saturday nig4]t, Septemiber
24 at 7:30 p.1m. All Junior High
end High School students are in-
vited to participate in the active.
The director for 1960-61 will be
Don GCrossmann and sponsor will
be the High School Parent-Teaach-
A small sign-in charge of lSc
Ni", be asked of those attendi.n;-.
This money is to be used to replace
music box and other needed equin-
The STAC House committee .,
looking for a gbig turn-out and offers,
an invitation to all Junior and. San-
uor High ,pupils to come and take
iprt in the 'activities.
Highland View Church
Moves in Auditorium
The Highland Vie w Baptist
Church will hold its first services
this Sunday in .the church's new 'au-
The church was destroyed by fire
,on March 7 of this year, and the
members have been engaged in re-
building their building.
During the re-building period, the
church held services in the High-
land View Elementary School. Re-
cently their services were shifttod
fo -the completed educational sc-
tion of the new building ,and this
Sunday they move into their new
Rev. Allen R. Price, pastor of
the church offers an invitation t4o
all !to attend this service and' a
covered dish dinner on the grounds,
immediately following the morning
Climb In Florida
TALLAHASSEE Six hundred
and -one persons died in 503 traffic
rcashes on Florida highways dur-
ing the first half of this year.
The Florida Highway Patrol re-
ported 63, 647 highway crashes dur-
ing that period with a death occur-
ring on an average of 'about one
for every 106 accidents.
Half a dozen counties reported
no ,traffic fatalities for the half
year period. They include: Frank-
lin, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Lee, Madli
son and Suwannee.
Injuries totaled 22,245 'and the
mileage death rate rose slightly
from five persons killed per one
hundred million miles of travel to
5:5 persons. Motorists rolled off
over 10 billion miles on their speed-
ometers from January through.
Fern Dora Edwards, 30, of Oak
Grove, was instantly killed at 12:4-5
a.m. Sunday, when the aatomanAle-
in which she was ,traveling with
her husband and children crashed
about -eight miles eouth of Wewa-
hitchka on the Wewa-Port St. Joe
I gh way.
- Her 'four children, Btenda Shar-
ron Grinslade, 14, Williarm Lloyd
Grinslade, 11, Bennye Lee Grins-
lade, 13, and Rocky Gnee Grins-
latde, 9, suffered scratches and
abrasions according to 'the Florida
Highway Patrol. Her husband, Hor-
ace Lee Edwards,.was not injured.
According to Cpl. J. H. Ross and
Trooper B. E. McOreary of ithe
I'lorida Highway Patrol, Edwards
was driving south on Highway 71
at a high rate of speed when he
attempted 'to pass another vehicle
which he assumed, waa parked on
the road. In 'an attempt to dodge
the other car. Edwards applied his
.brakes and skidded over 100 yards
before his car turned over amd'
rolled into a canal, coming to rest
-upside down and facing opposite
-to its original direction of travel.
Funeral services for Mrs. Fern
Fdwards was held from the Wewa-
hi'tcdhka Methodist Church Tuesday
afternoon at 3:00 ,pa.. with the
Rev. Dwight Wooten' officiating
He 'was assisted by Rev. Jordan
and Rev. Frye. JIterment was i. n
Jeha cemetery. -
Survivors include 'the husband,
H. L. Edwards; two daughters,o
Brenda S. Grinmlade and Bennye L.
Grinslade; two ons, WlIsaan L.
Grinslade 'and Rocky Gente Grims-
lade, all of Oak, Grove; her par-
enta, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Whit-
chard of Winter Haven; three bro-
The-in Oomissio.' was faced. w i
a request to provide 'a 'I'ensse-free'
status for the Voncile "Dance Stu-
dio which plans to conduct dance-
ing lessons in-. Port St. Joe- once
each week. Port st.' Joe's license
ordinance provides"'r a $50.00 'li
cense for dance studios
There Oornmiss$on. ws asked to I
'waive 'the liense .in view of The
fact that former dancing -ischools
in Port St. Joe were not required
to purchase ilicensesj. The Coinmis-
sion' had the Information that the
dance instructor, Mrs. Voncile Tay-
lar of Bainbridge, would not teach
in Port St. Joe if the had- to pur-
-chase a license.
According to City Clerk R. W.
Henderson, the present llceasa or-
dinance went into effect iNi 195.
He 'told The Star that as far as he.
knows since this ,tim tbhe only'
dance 'studio operated ina the City
'was operated by Mrs. Jo hi .Smi.h
and a licensee fee was -collected for
The City Commission- le-ei, ld
,that they couldn't waive the license
ordinance in this instance: 'and
decided ,to -let the ordinan ]-i -.taidI
as it reads, With the $50i).011 tf to
The Otty Board agreed to i.fier
a resolution to:the Oity' of Apala-
chicol's and the Apalachicoli Cham-
her of Coommereeo avoring 'air ser-
vice tQ that c 4ty' airport A **
of the res lution. wil4 1*ibe sea-t to
Dixie Ailimnes to 'be used. for awi
application ito the .Civil Aeronau-
tics Board asking permission 'to
inaugurate the air service,
The Apalachhcola Ohamiber an'd
the OCity of A'palacbiicola is ,seeking
datly -- asenger service and 'air
freight strrice to the airport tin
others, Jackie andi arry Whitchard that city. Dixie has agreed to of-
of Winter Haven and Rta~moa3d fr ithe :service with conuectlns
Whitchard of Lake Oharles, La. *to major cities if as many as four
Comforter Funeral Homi was ia passengers per day can ibe expect-
charge of arrangements. ed .tor the serwvie.
Bowdoin Re-elected President of the.
Northwest Florida Athletic Conference
The Northwest Floridaa Confer-
ence held its annual fall mesAing
at the Chipley High -School last
Tuesday night. The -election of of-
ficers for the 1960-61 school .ear
was the first order oa business.
Deroy Bowdoin of Port St. Joe
High School was unanimously re-
elected as president of the confer-
ence. John Southwell, 'Principal of
Milton High School was elected
vice-president. Har-ry Howell was
A constitutional amendment stat-
ing that all teams in the confer-
nece must play every other .team
mn the conference to be eligible for
the conference championship in-
football was passed.
Another constitutional am -nd-
ment stating that ,five basketball
games must tbe played against >th-
er conference teams- for a team to
be considered ,for seeding was
The football adimisason prices
were set at $L25 for adults, and 5c
The next conference, m Oia,;
will be in Chipley-on. December 1
In Gulf County during the first Legion Regrets:
six -months of this year, there was
one person killed and eight injured. The Willis V- Rowan American-
Early Sunday morning, G u 1 f j Legion and American- Legion- A=x-
County had its second traffic death 'iliary regrets extremely the- neee.-
:when Mrs. Fern. Dora Edwards sity of bowing to the turbulent
was killed in an auto accident on elements of last Thursdayf tihus
thLe Woweahitchka. highway. .cancelling thier planned dinner for
The worst highway traffic toll 'veterans and their wives of ulf:
Record went to Dade County with'County. The Lagion hopes to an-
56 killed and 6.656 injured. Inounce the date of a similar affair
in the -near future.
Auxiliary Bake Sale Eligible +eterans, wives, mothers
or sisters of eligible veterans may
The American Legion Auxiliary secure membership appclictions
will hold a bake sale, Saturday, and. information any Saturday at-
September 24 in .front of the Fire- Iternoon at the American Legion
stone Store on Reid Avenue. Home. -
Red Cross Offers
Xmas Gift Tips
For Christmas this year, Aimeri-
can servicemen .and women over-
seas would prefer "home- sweet
"Next -to being home fo-r the holi-
days," said Robert Sidwell of the
Gulf County Red Cross C 'pr'-r,.
servicemenn told American Red
Oross workers at overseas posts
'the season's sweetest gift would
be to have home come 'to them in
the form of homemade cookies and
"They also would like to have
cash from home in the form of
money orders, since American cur-
Robert H. Ellzey of Port St. Joe
will serve as local chairman of the
1960 Christmas Seal Campaign
which opens in Nov-ember.
"TB is stlll a major public health
problem in Florida and takes more
lives than all other infectious di-
seases, combined," Ellzey said in
accepting the appointment as cam-
"We must see to it that every
family is spared the suffering and
tragedy of this long-term chr&nic
illness. We must provide -funds for
vital res6arh projects. We 'must
expand our educational program so
that people of all ages learn how
to protect themselves from TB'."
The 54th annual Christmas Seal
Campaign will open November 14
and' continue" through December.
Makes Eagle Scout
Leonard Costin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ch.iuncey Costin of this city
was presented his Eagle Scoat
bac ge last week in a C : t of
Leonard was presented his
Eagle badge by his sister, Mrs.
Joel Strait. The badge was pre-
sented for awarding by Jake Be-
lin, representing the Port St.
Joe Rotary Club, the sponsoring
organization. Scoutmaster Ji. T.
Simpson and assistant, Wesley
Grace assisted in the ceremony.
Leonard had earned 21 merit
badges t., ) -rnr, *gib ih +or the
rency often is difficult to exchange
&nd checks almost impossible to
Servicemen and their faanilies
from Korea 'to the Canal Zone, from
France ,to Formosa, who -know they
won't be making that happy trip
home, have asked Red Cross work-
ers to pass on to thier families and
friends some words of caution on
.gifts, Sidwell said.
Cookies and candy, they warn,
should, be wrapped individually in
foil paper, packed well, preferably
They also -like to get family pho-
tographs and hometown newspa-
pers. Papers should be sent air
mail in, order to reach them while
the news is still new.
The best -_' the folks .back
home Ran send them, they say, 'are
those which can't be bought over-
seas. With money from home, ser-
vicemen and women point out they
can buy many gifts at well-stocked
military Xs and ship stores t less
cost than families can buy them In
the U. S.
ROBERT DENNIS ENROLS
IN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Robert Allan Dennis, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Dennis, of ,thi- c ly
enrolled this. wek in Jones Busi-
noss College in Jacksonville.
Dennis left on September 19i to
teke up his studies in the school
R. H. ELLZEY
. Seal Sale Chairman
TWENTY-THIRD YEAR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1960
S: : v. i"7~ ,,. ... %
City Has Light Canar
In Meeting Tuesday Nite
Request to Waive Dance School License i
Denied, City Endorses Air Service
The City L'omn[nIm-is'zk.- of PI- Si
Gulf Has Second o- met In regular session. Tus
S-- day night in a short session
R. H. Elzey Will Head Tuberculosis
Christmas Seal Sale In Gulf County
JUNIORS SPONSORING SOCK HOP
The Junior Oteaa of Ae Part St Sue Parker Has
Joe High School Is spcnaoring
ook Ihop .riday night September Birthday Party
23 at the gym from 7:30 to 11.0 'Mr. and 'Mi. C..M. Par
SMexico Beach entertafneid
Admission will be 35c stag n. d.aigahter Sue on her 141th .
S0c drag. There will be prices gtv- with a party Satiuday e
en and refreshments served. September 17.
Prizes were donated by the fol-
4owimg merchants: Woolford's Stan-
dard' Oil .Station, Pylant's, Oostin's,
Smith's Pharmacy, Webb's 5c and
10c Store, The Record Shop, IGA,
Jim ny Greer's Standard Station,
Thaimes Jewelry, Firestone Store,
Campbell's Drug Store, Buzzett's
Drug .Store, 'Oristo's 5c and 10c
Store, (Prince and Princess Shop,
fiouchettes', St. Joe Hardware 'atd
Frank and Dot's Agency.
noon at the Jack and, Jill Kinder-
Outdoor games were played. Re-
freshments of cake and punch were
followed' by the present penng,
which was enjoyed ,by all.
Mrs. Harden was assisted in en-
teren 'with a, Wu Ue 'ii""-^ y tertaining the ylUngsters by Mrs.'
oake on top of which was a minia- Katherine Floore and, Mrs. Bele ie
ture doll dressed like the 1960 Jim- LtuBoe.
lor High majorette of which she is
a member. Around the base of the Those attending the party were:
cake were mall cake' in the shape Billy Ferris, Debby' Cook, Susan
of footballs. Trammell, Lee and' Debby Parker,
Ookes, potato chips and birthday, John Dwiggitns, Gary. Pate, Larry
cake were served to the 30 guests. Richardson, Olinton Moore, Debbie
Miller, Sandy Jolley, Danny Ether-
-i- idge, Kathy Carver, Sarah Claire
Herring, Benjy Gibson,n Jennifer
S -Smithll, Ed .Sloore, Pihyllis Thona-
son, Debbie Begley,'Romaine (Poole,
Russell Burch, Oarol Ramsey and
m flair /or school! RuSty Barley.
Angie Butts Feted
With Birthday Party .
Angie Butts, ,eight-year-old-daugh-
:ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Butts
was enitaertalned on her birthday
SSaturday, September 17 at atthe -homne
of her parents.
Those present played several
games and were served' refresh-
m ents of ice cream, cake and
T1lose 'present for the party
Master E. C. Harden, III (Ooot-
er) celebrated,' bs itth. birthday
rker of with a lawn party Tuesday after-
Highland View .
By HAZEL CREAMER
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Matthews
had as 'their guests ast week Mrs.
Mathews brother and' nephew, Mr.
andi'Mir. J. L. Snell and' .Sam, Snell
of Enterprise, Ala.:
Mrs. Joyce Coldneil of Ocalas and
Mrs. Hoppie Wathen of Oarralbelle
sisters tf Mrs. Olinton Cox visited
f ME STAR, Port St. Joe. Flornas THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER22,1960
Circle 4 Meets
Circle No. Pour of the Firsit Bap-
,tist Church met with Mrs. F.
Dainiel Monday afternoon at 3:00
p .=m This was the last meeting of
,the church year.
Mrs. H. F. Ayers presided over
-the meeting. Mrs. O. A. McClellan
opened' the program wkth 'the de-
votional, "Giving Beyond A Tithe-
Ohrist Game All". 9illvetire 'was
taken romn John 3:16.
The program was -taiken from
the Royal Service magazine with,
'Mrs. H. F. Ayers, Mrs. C. A. Mc-
0lellan, Mrs. L. Z. Hendarson and,
Mrs. W. M. Chain taking 'parts.
Mrs. thel -. H. olliday closed
the program with prayer for the
missionaries on the prayer calen-
. The six members present enjoyed
a social hour following' the meet-
- ~,_ w.%'.
were: Gwen, and, Gail Duival, Vic- with 'the Clinton .Cox family Tues-
ey Gangus, Harvard I J. W. W. at- day.
son, Imogene Floyd, Patrici Col- EdwardKirlad of West Bay
_vi, Angeline O1lin, Ann Hudson, visited, during the week with Mr.
'Mike 'and' Steve Miller, Sherry Mil-
'ler, Jimmy. and Terry Floyd and
WSCS Circles Have..
Joint Meeting Monday'
Clirles Three and Four of, the
Womn's 'Soci ety of Christian Sea
vice held a joint -meeting on Mon
day,. September; 19 at the First.
Methodist Chuch in. Port' St- Joe.
Co-hostesases, Mrs., J. C. Belan
and Mrs. J. L. TemBle sPepyedP cof-
fee and cookies 'to 'the members.
The programm w'as opened with a
prayer by jMrs. lohsn. "Canmich'ael.
Mrs. James T. McNll, Jr., Lpro-
sented' a very :tintre'rtiug report on
tLihe Conference School of Missions
at Huntington College in /lonitgom-
ery. Alabama, which she, Mrs. J.
L. Temrnple and Mrs. -Ed RaPisey re-
AMte.. the program .the two: cir-
cle4 iwp tto their separate busi-
Mr. and Mrs. Ors1 -Delson An-
drews of 302 Woodward Avenue
announce the birth aof a son, Jeff-
-y Al'an on 'Septemiberf 18.
Mr. .and Mrs. George 'vicLawhon
.of 1200 'Monumment .Aenlue, an-
nounce 'the birth of a son., Donald'
C01air on September 18.
:Mr. 'and 'Mrs. James Raymond
Heath of 203 Duival St., announce
the ,birth of a daughter, Rhonda Lo-
rene on. Septemnlber 10; .
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
Corner Long. Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday'School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
-Evangelistic Sery. 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday 8:00 'p.m.
and Mrs. Earl Pek and fiamnly.
Mrs. Mary Henderson.has;return-
< d 'to her .home in- Westville waterr
'EVendIlng two weeks. wIth her
-daughter, Mrs. J. E. Patterson and
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Benne6t o0.
Hlghi,' Texas, visited her sis-
,ter, Mrs. A. H. Matthews for a
few days this week. They left Mon-
day for Tampa to 'visit with' 'Mrs.
OuMad Gray ibefofe returning to
tieira home Ine iHighland.
Mr. and Mrs. Peavy Minisand
daughter,' Tammy visited. his mo-
ther, Mrs. TTIda Mimns in Pmaamla
Mr. .and Mrs. R. A. Wise of Ha--
coda, Al'a visited their daughter,
Mrs. FloydOasey diureing the week
Mrs;. Ruth Williams and' daughr
tears rvislbted Iher daughter, M.ra.
Buck 'Newsome in "Whifte City Sun.-
Mrs. IAlbie GranthanAhiaih return-
ed to he? home in Dothant Ala.,
after having spent some:timne with
her son, Doss Kelley and other
Mr. and Mrs. David Coley of.
Sneads 'visited his father during
the week end. They were raccom-
panted home by Mtr. and' Mrs. Gro-
ver Coley, who witU spend two
weeks with them.
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Servtce of the First Methodit
Church would like to publicly thank
Gulf County's orgamizaltion o Civil
Defense workers for the splendid
preparations made to care for the
citizens of this area In case of dis-
'aster during the hurricane threatt.
Certainly men and women who
gave of their time'and talents free-
ly to help us who' are 'less inform-
ed and,. apathetice, should be com-
mended, tor theirEiv'e spirit of civic
responsibility. We, as an' onginlza-
tion are gratefutl ;
MRS. W. D. JONEIS,
MRS. LINDSEY TEMPLE
See., Christian Social Relations
LET YOUR LOVED ONES AND FRIENDS CHOOSE
*- THE FLOWERS THEY WANT. and the chance to take advantageKof
WHEN THEY WANT THEM special seasonal values. Flora-Cheklues
come. in $5, $7.50 and $10 denomina-
WHEREVER THEY ARE! ions and are available now at our shop.
Any one of the 11,000 members of,.
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Cheques your loved ones and them with a smile. To make something
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60 attraction in
All eyes just naturally turn
to t''q man in the Manhattan
: ,ortshirt... he looks so
at ease,'so comfortable, and
so smart. Manhattan tailoring is
responsibled. .because it's
<' 'gned for relaxed living!
One example is this
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COharles Edgar New, 91, a for-
mer school (principal and superin-
tendent in Alabama and Georgia,
died' Saturday, September 10 at his i,
home in Takoma Park, Md. i
Mr. New was 'the father of Mrs.
Joseph S. LeHardy, formerly of
this city. i
Mr. New was an -educator and c
held Iseveral position's in public
schools in Alabama and, Georgia
He held high degrees in the Ma-
sonic Order and in, IOF, and he:p-
ed set up lodges in several 'areas
in Alabama and Georgia.
Mr. New leaves his wife, Henia .
ta, of the home address; two da,;gh.
ters, Mrs.' Joseph S. LeHardy and
Mrs. James L. Moore; two sons,
William F. and Charles A.; a bro-
ther, Wilson 'and two sisters.
Funeral services were held, on
ruLesday, Septemnlber 13 at tihe Se'v-
,en.th Day Adventist Church, Tare-
mna Park, Mrd., where Mr. New was
a memniber. Burial 'wavs in, National
Memorial Park, Falls Church, Va;
kdvertlsing doesn't cost---t PAY'
Eftio Robinson, former mayor ot
DGemos Appoint- ''est Palm, Beach' has been ap
ponled "by Sen. Dickinson. execu-
State Workers tivedirector tor rthe campaign. AU-
.. .I derson, president of ithe First ed.
eral Savings and, Loan Association
ORLANDO-Fred 0. (Bud'). Dick- of West Pan Beah has been ap.
anson, state .chairman of ithe Ken-, potted Campaign treasurer,
medy-Johnson campaign. announced __
the appointment of Hon. Elmno Roo-
nson and Hon. Loy Anderson both (LASSIF ED ADS
(.t West Palm Beach to prominent
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Cong -Sikes Announces Service
Acadmuy. Appointments Available
-imeber 12, 1960.
To be eligible fori nomtna. ua r
appointment to the service acaie-
rmies, an applicant must ibe att :eiss
17 years of age and must no. have
': ,r.. -. Bo)..dJ .-.-- anjou .scores attalierd by those apwlicantr reached, his 22nd birthday b-y July
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jt to a.-., U. S. Military .\.._- *,'in'iti.o)n i be ondtiicted bhr the cal condition and never h3ao hbeen
demy, .n. r : :'.. ca..-.n.., i- r. r vt Servioe Com.i stio,. married-.
.. S. Air Force Acadery .and *T-e The r. n, inary examlihatioa JP Congressman Sikes state. "I
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for the classes beginning .in J U:y
1961, Twillt bcr ,mnans based on te .. ..
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history 'with a -whole array of economy features! The 1961 Ford normally
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ST. JOE MOTOR
Port St. Joe
ce ome Day
George Atdins, Calhou Coumty
superintendent of public .instruc-
tion, has been selected as general
chairman for Blountstown's second
"Welcome Home Day" program,
scheduled for Olto.r'-r 20-22;
Atkins, who served as general
cl'airman last year, reports the
thiree-day affair has been set up
through hte ,sponsorship of the Oal-
houn Gounty Cham ber of Co=n-
merce to .encourage Calhoou. o-in-
tains to return to their home sites,
and help build a feeling of comimun-
Other committees and chairmen
are as follows: Finance, Frank
Guiltford; Invitation, Inez Davis, and
stall be glad to hear from any
young manT residing in the Thira
Congressional District who ma3,e
the -,ii.-,r, requirements and is
interested in -an! appointment to one
of the service academies with a
view to making the service his ca-
reer. He pointed rout that In order
-for arrangements to. be mnide far
an applicant's iparitcipation in the
competitive examination on No-
vember 12, 1960, anyone interested
should write to him at hias Wash-
ington office prior to October 14i
1960, furnishing his full name,
home address, age, date of birth,
and indicating the academy to
which an appointment is sought.
The Congressman will be glad, to
furnish additional information cou-
cerning the service academies upon
Lois Melton; Pageant, Wallee Fle-
lay; Barbeoue DIuner, Lamaar
Jones, L. E. Porter and Walter Ni-
chols;' Beauity Contest, Alice Nell
Leonaard ad tary Louisea Aners;
Friday ,ight entertainment, Louis
James. Atflains; Saturdaiy Dauce,
Theresa *Martia and Ethelle Stone;
-Parade, W- L. 'Batl y, Don Fu-qua
and Gerald Cayson; Publicity anid
Ad-verttsing, William Pearce.
Pearc,e chamber'-manager,- said
a tentative schedule of events in-
Tiurday-Beaiuty eonutest, 7:00,
Blountstown High School Gym. Any
single girl between the ages ofI
16 and 21, living In Chalhiu' Oowun-
ty, i$ eligibe.
Friday-Evening of ,- eatertain-
ment, emceed by Dr. Louis James
Atkins, Oommunity Club House,
under cooperation of Aimerean Le-
gion, Rotary and Lions Olub:
Saturday--Parade, 10:00; Free
barbecue dinner at the school
grounds, 12:00. Boata-caade, Neal's
landing, 2:00. Pageant, Bowles
Field, 7:30,. Folk dane, School
Sunday, Free of planned enter-
tainment so "old' friends" cap get
Last year's "Welcome Home
Day" saw the largest number of
people ever to assemble in Blouniits-
town for any reason. It is hoped
this year will even itep that, stated
The three day affair Is. open to,
Visit in Pensacola
Mrs. W. P. Dokery visited liar
brother and anmily, Mr. and M-rs.
C. B. -Cook in Pensacols. over the
N BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a .
little fun" 7i '^i fi
-R. GLENN BOYLES Editor .
Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
EARLINE SNELL ..... Ladies' and Children's Ready4o-Wear
GUY N. MIDDLETON --.....-- Men's and Boys' Wear and Shoes
The Boss Is Due Back Home. So
This Is Your Last Chance for Our Sale
Better Take Advantage of Our Big "Boss Is
Away Savings Or Forever Blame Yourself!
For the second week we are filling in for the boss who
is still on vacation.
Everyday we are busy unpacking and displaying new
fall merchandise. Why, just yesterday, we received sev-
eral dozen new ladies winter robes styled by Albert and
Albert and sold exclusively at Boyles. If you don't need one
today, think of the happy eyes such a gift would cause at
Christn., which is only a couple of months or so away.
This is just one item you'll want to put on Boyles lay-away.
Talked to the boss Saturday uiglt aiiJd he and Mrs. Boyles
asked that we give all their friends and customers a big
hello and tell everyone that they were really having a ball
on their first vacation in eight years.
It's such a pleasure to see friends of Boyles who come
LEGAL ADVERTISING visiting from far off places. This week, Mrs. Margaret Mc-
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA. Knight from Tallahassee came by with her grandson.
In Chancery. Glenna, the boss' youngest, has helped us out during
ROBERT ALLEN BECHTEL this vacation and we must say it's been a pleasure.
V3. Now, a pleasure you don't want to pass up is seeing the
LDNA CAROLINE BECHTEL new Bettv Rose coats and suits, new models coming in al-
DIVORCE most daily now, so keep shopping Boyles.
NOTICE TO: Edna Caroline Then, there was the timid man who stepped gingerly
3dechtel, whose place of residence
is 3218 McMichael Street, Phila- onto a "down" escalator in a department store. Next to him
d oelphia, Peafnsylone an stood a fat lady who suddenly lost her balance, clutched at
tober, A.D., 1960, he eo na-at, him and dragged him with her down the entire flight of
EdSa CarS-lne Bechtel dO required steps. Dazed, the fat lady made no move to lift herself off
Plain's Att orne y os adt ,he man's chest. After a moment, the timid man said, "I'm
is 221 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, sorry, Madam, but this is as far as I go" Me too.
Florida, a copy of and fule with te GUY MIDDLETON
Glerk of said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bil lot Complainit P.S. The Big Savings during the Boss Is Away Sale
fled against her herein.
WITNESS my hand and offitcll contInlUeL
seal of said Court at WbwabitchliA.,
Gulf Oounty, Fliorida, this 29th day
GaE ECO P resident Designates Week of Oct. 13
Slek ..oca As National Forest Products Week
STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
AUGUST 24, 1912, AS AMENDED BY ,eer
THE ACT OF MARCH 3 33AND Presa&dent Eisfenhower officially The center segment of the clock
Code.Setion 233) SHOWING THE ,desigaated the week of October 16 was made from a pieoe of yellow
OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND CIR- 3 3 National Forest Products Wees pine removed from The White
The Star, published at Port St. Joe, Flor- in
1. The names and addresses of the pub- September 15, ae d b r trtion fter 112 yers of service
lisher, editor, managing editor, and bust- r-sntatlves of variouJ element ; of beginning when James Madison
ncts managers are: Wesley L eyP teof g n n s s
0. Box 308, S0O Williams Avenue, Port he lowest products industries, was President. The other species
2t. Joe, Fl a: Wesley .asey Poit In his, proclamation, the Pres!- represented in the clock are: -black
St. Joe, lorida. ,.'ent -noted- that the nation's forests walnut, black cherry, maple, sugar
3. The known bondholders, mortgasreo,
and other security holders owning or od- and timberlands provide tal peo- .pine, western hemlock, oak, grace,
ing I percent or more of total amount of pre w ith a source of strength ard Douglas fir and redwood.
Mrs. W. S. Smith. Port St. Joe, Florida. pr:to. He added: "as a ma ",r Senator John L. McClellan of Ar-
4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 include, in cases
where the stockholders of security holder renewable resource, supported, by kansas, who introduced the resolu-
appears upon the books of the company *science of modern fores'.ry, Ition which lead to the proclamation
as trustee or in any other fiduciary rea-'
tn, the name of the personor report ood offers the a1.aii l.l..:- and of Nattonal Forest Producta Week,
for whom such trustee is acting; also tie
statements in the two paragraphs show The abundance to satisfy the Nation's and Senator ,. .-r. D. Aiken of
affiant's full knowledge and belief as to needs for many plo- Vermont attended, the proclalna'tion
the circumstancesweg and conditions der e-ver growing eeds for many p o- Vermont attended he prolaWton
which stockholders and security holders who ducts,-llmber, paper, building ma- ceremonies. The Jonit Resolution
do not appear upon the books of the com-
pany as trustees, hold tock and security ri.aes ls, chemicals, furniture and passed 1by .the Congres was ap-
in. a capacity other than that of a bona fide cloth-al dedicatted to improving proved tby the President Septem-
5. The average number of copies of each the lives, of our people." ber 13 as Public Law 86-753.
issue of this publication sold or distributed, ____
through the mails or otherwise, to paid sub-
scribers during the 12 months preceding Thomas J. McHugh, Chairman of
the date shown above was: 1436.
/s/ WESLE Rwn RAMEY ,the Board Atlant ic Lumber Som-
Sworn to and subscribed before me this any, Boston, nd. Presdnet theCLASSED ADS
RUTH Y 1MOND, (SEAL) National Lumber Manufacturers S SI E A
Notary Pube.' ,_x Association, heading the industry Midget Investments With
advertising doesn't w-4t PA.p delegationt, gave President Elsen- G R a
-_ _.. -bhower a clock made of 10 species
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PHONE SALL 7-4251
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Did you ever stop to think, homelife practically revolves around
mealtimes? It's true Mealtime is the "gathering together" time for
every family. During the next two weeks, food stores all over the coun-
try are holding special sales on the "BETTER MEALS BUILD BETTER
FAMIL~ES" thbme and Piggly Wiggly is participating by bringing
you a-special sale. on the very finest foods at extra-savings costs! For
better m'als, for the very best in foods, shop Piggly Wigglyl
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THE TAR, P 6- t. J,- a.-. -THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBE 922190.:
Pubflud 4wv 3t85 Pmm a. Mt St. Jas. FetrMa
Wmr L .& lfw A r m"ad FeNbA
IM LUmngg %" m G sD 7 pAtl=.- moItL hn8sk r, -Pined
They fould Come Down
Automobile insurance rates are sky-high, people arr -saying.
But, unless some unforeseeable miracle of common sense o&,urs,
they are going to keep on glnog -up I
Thus the question arises, who makes these rates?
And the simplest possible answer is we do:- you and I
and the hot-rodder over the way; the neighbors, including the
,ld couple who only drive to church on Sunday morning 'and
around the countryside in the afternoon, and the teen-ag~rs who
drag on the streets in the small-hours of the morning. -
Rates are made by everyone who drives including the
drives who serve on juries and award outlandish sums in fdam-
age suits on the theory that the money comes from lthe bottom-
less vaults of rich insurance companies, instead of the pooketq
of people like themselves who are paying insurance premiums.
Nor should we, in all .honesty, exclude the rank ihnd file of those
insured who suffer an accident s ans are per they hae a
On the strength of the record which shows that in only
three of the years since World Wr II have the insurance com-
panies made money on auto coverage and in the last decade for
which figures are complete (ending with 1959), went in the hole
by $750 million insurance people have reason to suspect
that there is some larceny in the soul of every one of usl If so,
lit is a stupid sort of larceny since, along with reckless and inelit
driving, it s hiking those liability rates iip and up.
One fact of rate-niaking, however, which is not too well
understood, provides some hope for reform by localities if not
nationally. This is that insurance. rates are geared directly to
the driving performance of the various communities. Losses
are charged to the accident record of the territory in which the
car is kept. Thus, motorists in each area pay only the rates they
have helped ti create by their collective behavior at the wheel.
This is something everyone should remember, andLsome-
thing no one can run away from. Even if the sight of blood on
the highway (including your own).doesn't bother you; even if
police blankets shield you from the horror of mangled and life-
iless traffic victims; any driving accident you may have and any
damages you may collect anywhere in America, are chargeI right
Back on the. record of your home towe-
Holding the line and even reducing liability rates in .
harea is a do-it-yourselafoperation. But don~t ever forget, it work
Advice Te Teenagers
t Youngsters and young adults aren't noted 'for their ability
to take advice, but we ran across some the other day from an
anonymous letter writer that could help them become useful
citizens and, at the same time, ease many of the juvene prob-
lems that beset modern society. We quote:
"We hear teenagers complain 'VWhat can we do? WNzere
can we go?"
"The answer is: Go homelJin e m aw -aiat
the woodwork. Rake the leaves,.mow he lawn, sveldhealk.
Wash the car, srub some floors. Help the minister, rabbi or
priest, the Red Cross, the Salvatin Army. Visit the sick o the
poor. Study your lessons. And when you are through, if you're
not too tired, read a book.
"Your parents do not owe you entertainment. Your city
doesn't owe you a recreation center. The world doesn't owe
you a living. You owe it your time and energy and your talent
so that no one will be -at war or poverty or sick or lonely again.
"You're supposed to be mature enough to accept soine of the
responsibilities your parents have carried for years. They have
nursed, protected, excused and tolerated you. They have denied
themselves comforts so that you could have luxuries. This they
have done gladly, for you are their greatest treasure. But in
heaven's name grow up and go home."
St.- Louis Daily Livestock Reporter
Most of the good things that come to -individuals in life
have to be paid for in some manner.
There may be plenty of money in circulation in the ui ted
States, but we have yet to meet. a man in Port St. Joe who6 has
enough of it.
M & S PEST CONTROL CO., Inc.
Weekly Route in Pert St. Joe and Wewahitchke
PHONE S n.e 54733
s707 wost 17th t. Andrew, Fla.
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Numerous changes were made in
'the Social Setuwlty- 'Pioo&m wheiI
President ELUehimwer o igied .ne
1960 Amendminent oil S.t'ember
13 John V. Oarey, District Manager
bf the Panama)City office saidf tbis
week. Some of 4 h changes will af-.
Ofeet a lot of peoie whereas other
of dthe changes may ibe meaningful
Lo. only a few.
ander the 1960 Amenidments to
. aew Social Seourity La-w:
- Disability benefits can now be
.,aid to disabled workers and their
These Gulf Life agents cai
A-Plan, your insurance is'.a
protection> needs. They'll tel
plan can' help send your chi
See One of these
A. LAMAR HILL
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hns 1 J SOn 0o1tors horn and compass lights other THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER22,1960.
........ ...... ...... Ui.--"ew .... om "e diton n igel'e additions includingerY.."
Md .In # ... ," tri. -clocks, portable refrigerators and, protected ,rom eat, coroston
U-e I S o c '. Ne., w ,and pluig-in radios ar'e becofmIig and other. damage.
se,. to ..e msistAr S stm e more .colIon.. sing at aight this family hfs
families, without regard to ege. years in the ten, year period pre-. Mitera who failed to keso ItId tor -System "J.omson engineers 'ela aal i0he g. t .they -need, even tor
Those disabled individuals -who ceding disability are still neces- cial security coverage as self-em- .... the .i e w alternator generator Mom to read bedtime stores to the
have had ,their Social Security re- sary. However, a minor change in played' have until April 15, 1962 to The electronics era has moved: charges five amperes ,even while' children. Thanks to Johnson Mo-
cords frozen will receive- g letter Work requirements for disability file the necessary papers, For most into.- aaminlyiboating, according to idlingg,'. Carr said. "As the speed tors' 1961 V-75A motor with .a ter-
from the nearest Social Security may affect a person 'who became ,ni tera this right of choice had.Willim,. H. Carr of- ,he .St. Joe increases, 'the output climbs to n.ator generator, thisboatian won't
Office within a few days. disabled after 1950 and before expired on April 15, 1959. AlIo, min- HardwareHardware Company in above 20 -amperes." baave to skimp on e'lectrioa aoces-
Less work credit is needed now 1956. sisters who paid. self-employment Port St. Joe. sores. The complete line of John-
for retirement or survivors ibene- The retirement test applying to taxes but did not file the necessary .. Thee 'arator generator is con- son outboards can be seen at St.
fits. If your claim was disallowed all beneficiaries under age 72 will 'papers .and ministers who im mited ThO outboard ,motor inidusrstrolled alutom'ateally ,by ,a new vo-, Hardware o o Reld
for lack of credit contact your lo- be different for tax years starting their coverage to 1957 may' need --t fully .iransti.tor reg.latde6.:;A h- tage regulator using a transistor. Avenue.
cal office bringing your disallow- after 1960-this means January 1, to take action now. 4a...'. 'rating generator., ha, "been in- This is the sa-ine type of generatorr a dr
since letter. This change does not 1961 excpet for individuals who use Local government employees producedd with 3Joh'nson. Motoirs 1961 used in many ,policevehicles which
apply to the work credit require- a tax year which does-not end De- ing covered by .Agreemaents entered. Super V-77A" horsepower engine, have twwo-way radios.
ments or disability benefits- fve cemher31-3 The new test will per- into aftr 1959 may have e no w n. display at St. Joe Hard-. :.Alternating. current is converted JOB P R I ING
mit ibeneficiaries to have more to- erage retroactive to January I ware. to dirt current by long lie, ull
www--w -lwm fmm |tal income,'bneetits plus earnings, 1956. Formerly coverage wds;T'ii-j "It nean's i ,far .freer use of ee .- silicone diode rectifiers. The THE STAR
S than was possible in cases wheretd tothe year .In which the agree- tri.di u.pipment.in boating _inclld- transisitorized; reguator and sii-
earnings -went over $1,200.00. Under iment was signed. ing shiIp-ro-shore teplen4 direc- con rectifiers are mintedd in a Phne 7-31 1
the s the $..tolmitf $2,080. I C1hildren willalway haie o tion if inder, -dept.bh indicator and junction boox, away from the motor rP h 7.6.
fyrp i1nfsu&nTCef ? : n'r! gso 'lo g4r applies. This means that security rights now on the n.a ral other safety and ,convenience fea- -
individuals of retirement age many their'ss record, unless adopt.Pd by tures Car'r said. "You can' even
I gain some benefits. Jiy filing a someone else prior to natural t- ,use a television aset, provided' it is
.'i cm even though they are work- their's death. equipped with a proper .converter." '
Gul|f Li fgS nil 'who. Stepcidren, wives and depend- The trend by entire families to
Survivors ofinsured workers who ant husbands may now qualify or adopt boating as a major recrea-
died' after March, 1938. and before benefits provided the adoption a 'tion calls for more and more eleo-
1940 may now qualit- for benefits. within two years. Formierly'they trial 'current on the water, at the
B f re"'the 1960 Amfendiments sur- 'could not qualify unless the ad(p- dock or in a camping area. Besides
n tell you how, with Adapt-, .Yis Ibeneg 6oarld ot be paid Ition was beore disability ,benefits such" nighttime needs' ja docking
daptable to meet changing unless death was .ater. 1939. urvi- started. .
I you how a family income. vors, aged' 'wiows, disabled adult Marital status and relationship will be available through the wel-
ildren to college or provide children, dependent paterts and of children will be considered se- re office. Under this change the
widowers should file claims now. :tablished for social security bene- Federal Government witl wiork.wlth'
Parents working Cir their ..ll- ifit purposes if a ceremonial mar- the states; -the FePderal part will'
SAgents today! dTreni -a business will eara.social riage wai' entered -into in good be established ,y: v-Oct:ober I bt' -'
security.credit -beginaning January faith. the program iln'Florida will be de-
:1, 1961. The family exclusion still Disability beneficiaries will cn-. pendent on the actonu taken by th
a' pphies to ,parents doing household tinue to receive their benefits now State of Plorid. .
'i or nonibusiness work or bchiMldren, for 12 months after they attempt to You may want to keep this news
husbands and wives working for return to work unless theirr dis- item tor future reference, Oarey
Search other and ch-ldrle under age ability ceases. Such individual's: concluded. Details on -tese sichia-
,21'- working for parents.. s should, contact the sociall security ges will be given in future articles.
N'onprofit' organizez ions except office atter nine months of alt- 4peecoplies.of tfact sheets on the
S r m all taxation inay'now put theri 'tented work. changes are available in your So-
A. iwoikers under social security with- Funeral directors may now apply *cial Seourity Office. It you now
'out, agreement of two-tbhLrds of the or white lump sum death payment if of sdeonewhO oud be affected .. .
0. M. TAYLOR l *ay enAibyees. Under this, change the deceased was not survived' by byy ilies-Amnindmenat tell them to *
Phone 7-1866 one employee may be covered ,even an entitled spouse and no one has see their 'local office. The office for
though other. employees do not paid the burial expenses. Medical this area is at 1135 Harrison Ave.,
want credits. caine ifor aged' needy individuaalls telephone PO' 3-5331.
SA' **' '"
1960 Rm fiber a
-.. :!::: ~ ~ ~ M "'-; ... ,. -...- ---
Now own Rambler-the world's most popular 6-cylinder
wagon-for less than you'd pay for-most sedans!
We Rambler dealers just set our 35th consecutive
monthly sales record. We're winding up the big-
gest year in our history, selling more compact
cars per dealer than any other dealer group.
So, our sales costs per car are lowest. Ramblers
cost least of all U.S. cars to start with. That's
why nobody can match ouir low, low, low prices.
So hurn while we still have a good choice of
sman station wagons. Prices of big used cars are
plummeting-waiting may cost you hundreds of
dollars. Buy.today and save. Get a quality-built
Rambler with proved top resale value.'
You ean own, a Rambler
for as little as
.Monthly payments'for Rambler
American Deluxe Z-Door Sedan
.based on manufacturer's sug-
Sgested delivered price at factory
with % down payment, 36-month
-- 'contract with normal carrying
charges. Federal taxes paid. Op.
'"tional equipment, transport.
tion, insurance, state and locl
States, if any, extra.
Rambler Amhrican Delitxe 2-Door Sedan.
Today! Get the wagon buy of your life at your Rambler dealer's
WIMBERLY MOTORS, INC.
Corner of Second St. and Monument Ave. '
Have it NOW, modern heating with.
Touch a dial-,and you'll have exactly the warmth you
want all winter long! With clean heat that never leaves
ugly, oily, sooty smears on walls-and woodwork. Health-
ful heat- that is always even and dependable, with no
annoying dust or fumes.
Plan NOWI Don't go through another winter with old-
fashioned, unreliable, expensive heating. Change to
WARRENGAS and cut your heating bills with this
truly modern fuel. It's safe, too! Safety controls on
modern furnaces and heaters turn off gas instantly if.
flame goes out.
STOP IN OR PHONE US TODAY
WEST FLA..GAS & FUEL CO.
418 REID AVENUE. PHONE 7-4291
KILLERS OF CHILDREN
Diptheria mastoiditis scarlet fever pneu-
monial These were some of the big diseases -- the
big killers of children -- a quarter-century ago. ,But
today, we rarely hear of anyone dying from one of
these diseases, The explanation These diseases have
been conquered by new drugs drugs that were un-
known 25. years ago -. but are now found in every
Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAllU 7-11I
( Open DDily
P(AY 6 p.m.-12 m.
MINIATUREat s sat., un.
GOF oast Hay 98 Holidays
S MEXICO BEACH 12 N.-12 M.
RAIN or SHINE-ENJOY SAFE, PLEASANT
FUN at Florida'6 new Recreation Center. ring
i the family Bring your friends.
.'19th Hole Official Scoring AMSEENT
TWO BOWLING ARCADE
S GO LIF MACHINES G A M E S
Courses Regulation 10c S
Jr. and Major .Game C M U S 1-C
Will Commence In The
OAK CROVE ASSEMBLY of GOD
Sunday, September 25
--- BE SURE AND HEAR -
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Wood
EVERY NIGHT AT 7:45 -- EXCEPT SATURDAY
DYNAMIC PREACHING! TALENTED MUSIC and
CHARLES H. HARTHERN, Pastor
Outdoor writers and Florida I.e alarm a move on the (part of
sportsmen are viewing with ,genu- the politicians to 'divert monies
Built to Any Stage of Completion
On Your Lot
ALL YOU NEED IS YOUR DEED!
COMPLETE FINANCING -
-- CONTACT US FOR DETAILS
The PRIDEON AGENCY
Local Representative for Demetree Homes
PHONE BAil 7-7741 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA
I IT WILL PAY YOU TO PAY US A VISIT BEFORE YOU BUY!
Limited supply of our finest NYLON tires
Here is your chance to save a wad of folding money
...your chance to save a stack of dollars that will buy
many other things.
...and, at the same time, enjoy the security of riding
on the finest tire we handle-Gates custom-built Super
Silent Safety Nylon.
To make room, for the 1961 design the factory has
made it possible for us to offer the deep discount of 45%
off regular list, plus tax and retreadable trade-in.
Stock Limited-Trade and Save Now
Believe us, this is the tire buy of the year. So tough,
so safe, so long-wearing it is covered by the unsurpassed
guarantee described below. Come in today for the best tire
deal in town.
covers blowouts, bruises, rim-cuts, in fact ANY tire failure
for the entire life of the long-wearing, cold rubber tread.
Should tire fail for any reason whatsoever, you will receive
a new tire, with full credit for any unused tread mileage,
based on Gates Standard Adjustment schedule. No time or
as low as $1 DOWN
to make way
for new 1961 design!
i31ESS ,J -_._.- -. *..,.-': ... ..'"'7>,: "'"'."g
You get these
at Close-out Price!
Custom-built & Autographed: Madc to the
industry's highest standards by Master
Tire Craftsmen. We believe this is the
only tire on the market personally auto-
graphed by the Master Craftsman w\'ho
built it. Assurance of outstanding work-
1O Construction: Gates new HC--High
Capacity-Process pre-tensions the tire
cords to distribute stresses e\eny'. iv.,
tire higher capacity to resist impa i.. da, -
age; provide utmost safety because ..e
virtually blou out proof.
Extra Deep, 11-Rib Tread: Triple traci> ,.
bands for maximum gripping pow..
double stabilizer ribs for sure-ti..'. i
steering and roadability Extra dc Sq.
100 cold rubber tread for longest 'uear.
.- .. ,~L a- ,'--- -- .-
GULF COUNTY'S MOST COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE
223-25 MONUMENT AVE.
now reserved exclusively for the
.important task of game ,and fish
co3-trol and preservation.
The 'hunter or fisherman who
buys a license today has the as-
surance that his money is being
used' 'to help make Florida a bet-
ter state for the outdoor man,
through the preservation 'a-d' pro-
teiction of our game and, fresh wa-
When you go to the polls in No-
venmber you will find a constitu-
tional amendment which i 'aIpprow--
ed 'will make the present efficient,
Dame and' Fresh Water Fish Com-
mission a political football as it
would 'take from the commission
and vest in the legislature control'
yv'er 'all expenditures ,of iuntig
and fishing license monies now de-
d1icated to 'our fine conservation
.Today the commission. is non-po-
litical. Its members receive no pay
and are dedicated to 'doing a real
conservation job for Florida. The
effectiveness of fthe work and' pro-
gram of th'e commission has stead-
ly increased anad the public ha's
been Ithe beneficiary. The lataff
works ,under a :unifoTm merit sys-
bem and has- been doing a worth-
'hile and constructive job.
Prior to the 'establishment of
our Game and' Fresh Water Fish
Commission Florida was just about
the lowest state on 'the conserva-
ion totem pole but thanks to the
splendid work of our present non-
0o'litical set up 'the state's position
'as risen until we @'re now among
he nation's leaders in our conser-
'ation program. Let's keep it that
The welfare of lorila, demadids
that 'not- only 'our sportsman ibut
'all citizens realize the danger to
our state that is hidden in this
'seemingly Iharmless' .amendment.
It is imperati ve that 'we vote
against it 'and keep lthe funds, de-
rived from' hunting and fishing: li-
censes .where it belongs under the
control of the Game and Fresh Wa-
ter Fi&h Commission. and out of
the hands of 'the politicians. .
George F. Jackson of Colorado
Springs, national president of the
Izaak Walton League, ,when in Flor-
ida recently warned the people of
Florida 'against ever allowliOg poll-
tics to 'inject Itself into ooi1 j tate
,donservation program :a -d!!-'.' urged
'that every voter make it this bus-i
ness to vote against the aend-
ment that proposes to take control
from, ithe commission and place it
ir. the hands ofat tegsaliture
where funds couTld be diverted and
the program wrecked.
The politicians. have watched aun-
grily as license funds hare increa-
'sed and seek through the proposed
constitutionall amene4m.en ito gt
their paws on it. It would he a sor-
ry day for Floridia itf the proposed
'amendment were permitted to pass.
Now legislative control over the
budget 'and funds of ithe commis-
s'on sound's good until you stop to
think that these monies are not
appropriated by the legislature ibut
come from the pockets of the hunt-
ers and, fishermen who want these
funds [used in their interest on a
sound, constructive conservation
program. Under the present iset-up
this is being accomplished with no
political hamantringing but if we
are ever so foolish as to throw
these fund's into the lap of the po-
liticians that would be 'the ,day
'that our conservation program
would ,be sunk without trace.
The Fish and, Game COommission
hals always had, to fight the efforts
of jealous and selfish interests, who
would, like to use 'the commission
ito advance 'their own interests. Ev-
ery attempt ot license the cane
pole fisherman Ihas been defeated
by the legislators but 'the sportsman
who fishes wtth rod and ,reel iand'
really gives- the fish a chance has
to pay through the nose.
So sportsmen and citizens of
Florida HEAR THIS! HEAR THIS!
No matter how you may mark the
rest of your ballot in November be
sure, and I do mean SURE, to vote
against he proposed' constitutional
amendment to take over control of
CARD OF THANKS
I wish ito offer my thanks to the
many good' people of Port St. Joe
who remembered me with flowers,
cards and visits during my recent
illness. Especially do I want to
thank Dr: Conrad Williams and the
nurses at the hospital for their
MRS. EVIE SMITH
--f' A 1
HE STAR. Port St. Joe, Florida
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1060
TO CHURCH SUNDAY
By RUSSELL KAY
Amendment Draws Opposition
Bend h star To P rrlnl
THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
--- WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:30 P.M.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)
Rey. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH
Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
'Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
Prayer Service (Thursday) ----. 7:45 P.M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend
Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 6:45 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned For Ynur Comfort
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
Phone your order In and It
will be ready when you arrive.
PHONE BAll 7-5431
6 6L 6 symptomatic
DIAL BAll 7-4331
T. W. DAVIS
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
I. John C. Carmichael, Pastor
Port St. Joe Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship _.. 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School -------------- 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour ---....-- --- 7:30 p.m.
k r I --
BUY SELL 1-RAbt IwALI HELP WANTED: Men over GOVERNMENT THE rAR, POrt 6L Jo P~ THURDAY, SEPTBUIneR
SURPLUS SALES -of T. 40E, 65-5 cellent opportunity to add
-. v ir .112 Mon. Ave. Phw: e 4051 e5- :; ianotii t your social se- FUmitue COSe-Outs SURPL SALE ..
c- -------urit Dayai te:. No expiience, In- NO nyone can bu DR To be erected on site at Wewa- Owner reserves ,r1.ht to WalVs
S"FOR SALE:h3 bedrom 'house at vestment, car or special ability re- 3 pc. bedroom suit, includes dres- r W. yoV ENy u S hitchka and comprised of five class technicalities nd to lrejet any or
DCO 1710- P W& T wl o V w O wYs Old. quired. Work -when, where you ser, mirror. bar -bed, $59.95-from U. S. GOVERNMENT SU.-aefto t
Living room drapes, gar irbag le. Work wen, where ser, mrro 4 drawer chest. $59.95 PLUS DEPOTS, bymail or your-, rooms~, toilets and boilerstorage all bids.
L ro drped gazibage dia2 please. W3te: Doublewear Shoe 4 drawer chest $5.95 eOfor for resale. omerars, bno- room; one story, block construe- Exceptl with the osent of owa-
FORSA LE oMl.er 4-pc. bedroom uie, poster be ulars, cars, jeeps,trucks,, b at i rm
.HW"} -- !! : ".-- o sal dAeluded Oail BAe 7-2311 Co ., 315 Olmoke, Mina-ol s o.. 316 E. te M imeaa9ol. 8, r sy.4 D4 draw er crer t-e si^t one aes er$7.95d l ar cab o es m e s b "on, pre st roo r ot orlo o r yst r ,-, er b pds wto tbe w ihdwnt o e n "
S$FOR SALE:3 Co. 9p5rated9 self-95 Min l 4 oom e psr hardware, office machines and poured-in-plaoe concrete floor abab, prior to time fixed tritbid open"g
serviceta&undry. Dolggood Black ai s *. 5 equipment, tents, toolesand tens including,, plumbing, heating and or at any time following thirty (30)
.nes -hOwrhasQMer- tr, ta haoBelclimk o $6.9 o thousamde,-of other-ItemsA 4 electrical work; approximately days after d-ate-- of bid opening.
'- ne- "1 i r ss. Owner a oer s fi:ariy has soLerlimit- J/aoge obfiro-e _$19.95 .fratjhoiuidof otheir1t -am. s 4500eu nscuae-dg.e .lu. besting.a.d. THOMAS A. OWENSg tiurt. (30
s o a. 6i%. Call Mr. Baker, Apaach eage or:-8will buy. Please Double iolIywod $19.95 iiuDeds o t U. S. Government ted at thoffices of power or at- Wewabit chka, 4lorida
*,~ --;" \: .Motel, Adpalaebco1n .. StQ-15 givefull description and loca- Youth bed with mattress $14.:95 .Dpeots, located every
dc to .k-s. e -f FOR A 3H. r tion of property' and amount Box spring and innersprig ma t- ae vers hit an.-d may be pcocired, noro.- **ie
FOR SALE: 3 e bedrooomnconueteeHo w:or nted. Wmprit ed P. 0 o124, tress 5-.setbn, -- en$39.00 How Go*ernieptOa-n, P ShDirect or nHlartman, Jr., AA'Arsliftse-bt,
ravs r eCsn CA Brce wt Boo e oi2 cl K ul Nh WaMexlc-ch StatIon,Panama Wh'Le vanbty, -with mirror_ $9.95 To You,"plusre ou ...edresP o u Le.. Dri ane l
o Backs evcere reery 6b5MrercCityd95 OVN FAND5o: EleG coaren
S: > i4.f A r .615 M arvt AToe. : a t, ."t ai. 2-pe6. Kroehler rving suite $19.95 TO BU d h mow o get FREE o. Cr o ra. nea C l enton y
_.CAN LINK ENCE Fo fre CHLDRFeT t --PU COlub chair, plastic arms $19.95 SURPLUS, mall $2.00to SURPLUS toni -iIy ob.an one 1) et Wuaon tay
L tOacts..K n oT <'lnsl.soas2 C wiO Dale c1.9 SALES INFORMATIONSERVICESG -Brcu Rloom Mei ba 6
D nar -In Widow Sv. CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free CHILDCRAFT'WORLD1HRM A BOOK In- STomeson' BotO with slipE over, tR f S ed.eato-those emitting d ....I
S -There is a well-established-scien- estimate call C. W. Long. BAll cyclopeida. For infomaio call sits good .. 9 Box No. 1818 Wash 1, D. C ch ito md i s u icou- tige.. 0.o
; ,tifcl reason for. every decision yur 7-39l74. o. hfo7l BAal 7-251. 4tp-9-15 P -atforni rOcker $5.95 diron .itie e issued hem wuithind t .... S .
opinions by authorities H i the field i O w ITMA. Aor o i Set of 3. tablesS $7.95 EPTICp TANKS p,fumpd out. Call 10lodayafter bid opening. General Elemntary SchoolLunch Room
docorS. ae He is ided iniO SAL -CHRISTMAS. ? aCARDS:- Over 35 occasion-al chaer $9 B. rssif9inPhe 7-711for cndi reuC sdtsbu o roo
-of medicine. Even though youohave Tree bedroom house w )or- aee 0 cards, business 5-pc.isetional, foam c-rusmionb ongealel-e
had no occasion-to consult your Ida room on Marvin Avenue. ur- and ersoBl, tao frse tom t a at only $9995 ick expertRservice.T te bidding, e0will have 'llut $10.00 w on, Sivegetembler, .2
Family physician, it is wise toget ob.se owner'sequiy and asfme 10% discoun-f g, eldei ,before 5-toi iru aetrt ee .......i$9.95 t YO nE IEESTEDo In tru i r ed t eea.S teb ege,ierdi
S Checkup at regular periods. If eisti3 g mortgae on baan ce. October Come by or call Mris. 5p.c. o oa'diBeto $1799 Saoving m One s Oe. STo an eccsrf ort der personsm a oe o eand milk.e t
carge-uoatbed.oooeguhoruseon Jquelyn K. hoQuWrhes,t209.Ninth VWood- -a l you need in yourome.S a o t n e prsir ee
your doctor gives you a prescrip- A pinge owtr bedroomrhose' orwt lironddomentsepon mae dpit,'pr e "-2milk.
on gitufr Garrison wi th larg., carport and St., Pohbe 9-1691. Stc-9-1 loeg irn I $6.95 SWAP SHOP. _-_I_ Tthat $10.00 ,erst 'wll 'be deducted Tuesday, September0 2
i-u p utilityroome.Oakloors.ANDtSTORAGE
S tcourteouns semce. New -conrete block re o MOVING AND STORAGE Across 31rou.htirn agrats $.95 FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser to cover reproduction -ost. Miko I Spaghetti and meat sauce, green.
r6 ft. .e vi aor refrigerator for with 65 hp motor. Sleeps two, deposit-h, eks payalble .to B. .W. i.ma beans, tossed, slada, chocolate
roome-house at %t.eJoe Be0h.loa&J town or across the naBtion.hAg-
'large yig rm, screeed i ent for Mayflower C usor ee $.95 head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy Hartma, Jr.-A. cake, white 'bread.and mi.k -. .
latee.livin g r T le r b o r room, ds creene d p rment fC-.d 'Go5
Sid carpor us for freestimates.. S RPLUS l iing e ibson or call BAll 7-5771. outat doumens are on file Wednesday September 2
Free" Pirking A eSlarge new h ome oveookin of ST. JOe 112 MO- t. 2 leave a.) the-o-lowinglocations:..xA,'.'Barbecue ibalog-nanaveys:beam,,
Se oel ument Ave. P'one 7-4051. 4tc-8-18.e Buy OnsDan IBy's- LEGAL ADVERTISING Plan Rooms: Pensacola, Tllanaiu-
DriVe-in Window ServiceS 0 a promtls r_ CASH CHARGE TERMS ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ee Mind Panama City, Florida. i. bbage slaw, banana ,pudd g,
ga Pareul. plusover-BELECTROLUXAllERTISEMENTmooReBIDS
Buzze7fA s Drug Store use two car garage and' utlty Xfloo lcuu leaners. Danley Furniture Co. The Gult County Board of Puib-W. Dodge Plan, Rooms: Ttobil-3 and wheat 'bread- and mil
S. Ae androom. Central air cSaditinsg and Se a li nstruction,(h er Teterr- -Bimingham, Alabama and laki Tursday, Septemnber 2
317 Williams. Ave. heat. E*tt rooms, two, complete.- srviJnce. E or .ed"l.osI.Ower"M),GufCoet .. Texas steaks OEnglish peas ricaf
u C o 8ethe, oak- r ClellaEn Ave., Port St. 'Pone FOR*YOUR- WATKINS Prod ute os .we ,G onayierl Oheck, Oertifted Ch:-':d a
Por t Bo Sxa-lPt.rt St. Jioe 8e1 Wiae .A e Por al Jeoe -and mlil
any of the above homes. tc5-26!11:0:0 A.M.-,COST), October 20, 1960 er in amount of 5% otf bas- bid oatmeal cookIes and milk.
SFRANK and DOT'S AGENCY CARPORTS, screen porichs, pa- at which time and place they will must 'accompany each bMd. Friay, September 30
CLASWIr.w AD& 2 221 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-3491 -*U o5 anda caibelsea. For :free -esti- FOR SSALE: "Vagabond" 28' 6" be published 'and read aloud, for 'Performance, labor and,'mat:.'-a' Pnie-nto cheese s-audwiches, bult-
S R NOR SALE -mtesr, cal W ong, re rbi cruiser; sleeps 4..,Chxser .tne constrution, of: bonds nd' worikmena; compen-sa- tere d
OR RENT. Gulf Service Statip 320 acres of woodland. 4 miles 7-3974,. t -8-25 marine ,.- Roy ibson, BAll- 75771. WWAHIT HKA ELEMENTARY tion- insurance wid l be r equt aedm lof k
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port South of Wewahitbhka.p Jaoed S L N 1-bd ad
St. Joq, Fla. I0o4-14 with pines, 3 yearsold.:i e or. .
good- investment-. -- -
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom -3 acres of waterfront property
*attractively furnished apart- located oni Creek that flows in-to
ooENT: D1E MOST F 0e$ CANNON BEai Nn ENSEeMAl 3 T or W OLD I
eatise Cool In sumner, warm in Ideal.for fish camp or retirement'FU"
winter. Gas -eheat,,windowfans. lhome.
Theya have to be seenb to -bapine -0 lots- rat St. Joe Beach in onel"
8l.ated. Also nide Tkailer ..49rking blook. Priced for good investment.
frgace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133..- Wi--Nic -home located on Hunter
rn-ice Lodge Aparvents and':Tra l- Circle. 3, bedrooms, I bath, deep 9
years old. Pay owner's eMuity. BA1-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment ance oen VA mortgage at $57.00 A
Call Mrs. Paul Farmer, BA6ll per month h.l -
7-2565. 1cp 3 bedroom houseaot Ward Raid".
-ENl '!bedrom-unurnish- NA-e ly-new, priced to sl bai.
aFO pRET:e nRO P O,1sti. Wa er-New t three bedroom rouse in
ar h med -art31 pstar rs-Ph. Wat era-1 nh A je. oiningl cool!Od
furhd$50 Ro. Pho et 8 property.,Pay owner's equity. 25
inquire at, 1904 Garrison Ave. THE PRIDGEWN AGENCY
FOR RENT: Smallf..urnoih-ed 30 Wl im A2eRO Psort StHae -S
artop on D-nie or oom, kit-hen -FOR SALE: 7-roo m home batQs
-and bath. Phone 91301. t :p and 2-unit apartment building on
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses a coms er l ot :et. Co.nTenit to.
at -, -t. Wrhoe e ch. St1 .e school.Wic te box 279re, ort St. Joe.
.and 2 2-doom. See. -9-22 Du en FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308 Y.OUEELY
... 'tiity room. Phice $7,000.00. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished-7and naf pa~t- d ui or-9-22
ATTRBeAC -TIV or s PRO OSI O. ,own'r 2us. iike ,r en 7t, n l. 2 !year's
-lance 6tasy C 1 6484 352 or BAll o 'd, i air. condiiNe d W:51 Monume ntt
F OKEat. be Downstairslapartmoent Poone BAD -3636 Lor 7-5771. S--\i'.
ge ao. ,$in tages and satisfaction IOf a-new -r., ,
room, house on 7th St. Ph,on electric, ranmgphone,, f else
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