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Title: The star
Uniform Title: Star (Port Saint Joe, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W.S. Smith
Place of Publication: Port St. Joe Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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THE STAR


MONEY TALKS-Let's keef
it where we can speak with It
once in a while-Trade with
your home town merchants!
,- S '*W.


:"Port St.. Joe-The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"

TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 1


HALFBACK STEVE KENNEDY shows the grin determination of the
1960 IPoit St. Joe Shark team as he goes over the goal 'line in last
Thursday's game with a Lean tackler banging around his neck.
Steve ran his touchdown over in the second quarter. The Sharks
went on -to defeat the Leon ,team, 40 to 7. ('Star photo)



Sharks Drub Leon;


Meet Marianna



IN F'RST CONFERENCE TILT

The Port Sit. Joe Sharks won their second game of the season by
swamping a pretty 'good Leon High "B" team 40 to 7 'last Thursday
night. After a 'shaky start, the Sharks went on to 'score in every quar-
ter da a game that saw a majority of ithe game being played bby the
Shlarks second team. The home fans really got a good glimips eof the
younger players as substitute quarterback Larry Davis directed the


Auction Items Wanted

The Port St. Joe Elemenitary
School PTA Hallowe'en Carn:va'l
Auction Committee needs your
donations of items to auction off.
Call BAil 7-23'.1 a-td sieor-
from that committee will gladly
pick up your donations.


'Life of Oyster' Told

To Kiwanis Club

"The Life of An Oyster" was
the subject of an address made by
seafood man James T. McNeilI to
the Port St. Joe Kiwanis Club
Tuesday. McNeill told the club that
the seafood business was seventh
n ithe state in revenue produced.
Of this amount, oysters accounted
Tor two million 'dollars in business
in Florida .during the past year-
much of this oyster business com-
ang from this area.
'McNei'H1l said this area (Apalachi-
cola and Indian Pass). was one of
the Ibest oyster producing 'areas in.
the U. S. McNeill' said that -Ohesa-
peake Bay oysters take three to
tive years to get to harvesting sii.3
while nine months is all that is
needed in this area.
In giving 'some 'of the details of
oyster 'life, McNeill',said that the
oyster begins his life as a male
and changes his sex every year.
When the oysters reproduce, both
the female and male 'eject a fluid'
which somehow gets together in
the water to fertilize. McNeill said
that the female 'will lay about 10)3
million .eggs 'during the 'spawning
season. The young oyster then at-
taches itself to some clean, object
in the water, preferably other oys-
ter shells, then settles down to
growing itself a shell and growing
to eating size. .. ..
To obtain food, the oyster (pumps'
about 100 gallons of water a day
through itself and extracts, nour-
ishmient from the water. McNeill
said that when the water is rich
with nourishment, th'e oyster, like
humans, will 'gorge..himself so that
he gets so fat he can't close, his
shelL
Guests of ithe club Tuesday
were Key Clubber Bob Kerrigan
and Paul Robbins.
-K -
Student Council To
Sponsor Car Wash

The Student Council of the
Port St. Joe High School is
sponsoring a car wash. It will be
held Saturday, October 1, starting
at 9:00 a.m. on the corner of Reid
Avenue and Fifth Street. We will
sincerely appreciate your busi-
pes. '


Shanks to two of the five' touch-
aowns. Davis, seeing his first .real
action of the year acted real cool
and pulled off some fine plays with
the help of Steve Kennedy, Robert
Settlemire 'and Jimmy Wilder. Joe
Whaley, David. Nance ilnd .iau-my '
Da-wson .played some firo. defensiTve
ball for ithe Sharks. (Cfesley ?en-
som was the big galtner for the.
.Sharkxs picking 'ulp 126 yardss and
scoring 14 points. Steve Kennedy
was -the second high scorer with
12 points and Jimny Wilder pick-
ed up 80 yards for the Sharks.
After a confusing start, (the-
Shanks overcame several penalties
and Chesley. Fensom took his fav-
orite screen pass from Bob Mmnn

and raced 66 yards to score. .In
,the second' quarter Wilder, Jimmy
Daws'on' and Nelson Hall combined
forces to bang 'the ball' down to the
Leon five where Hall squinted over
for the score. The Sharks scored
two more in the second quarter on
a five yard' dash through 'the middle
iby Bob Muan 'and. Steve Kennedy


Fire Destroys
Shrimping Boat


A shrimp boat belonging to Car-
los MilR of Highland View was.
destroyed 'by fire Tuesday morning
while shrimping off of Indiaqn Pass
Beach.
According to witnesses, J. T.
Mansel of Highland View, who was
working on 'the boat with Miles was
filling the boats' gas tank from a
gas can when some of the gasoline
spilled into the boat's bilge, where
it caught fire.
Mansel was taken to the Miaunici-
pal' Hospital where he wais treated
for first, second and third degree
burns over 72 percent of his body.
Miles was uj uit.,
The 'two men were rescued from
:the burning (boat, along with their
shrimp nets, land boards and 90
pounds of shrimp ,by Donald
Rhames, also of Highland' View.
The boat burned to the water
1ine and sank. Miles stated to The
,Star that he had no insurance on
the boat. He said that several days
ago he had contmeplated talking
out insurance on the craft, but had
not as yet done MO.


Funeral. services were held tor
Norman Franicis Allemore, Srt., last
Sa'tulnd4 morning at 10:00 a.m..
from the St. Joseph's Catholic
Church, with 'the Rev. Paul Hogar-
ty, officiialting. Interment was in
HIlolly Hill Cemetery.
Allemore passed' away Septem-
ber 21,.in the Municipal Hospital
from lukemia. He had [been ill in
the Hospital, for a period of two
and a hallf weeks. Allemore had
been an' employee of the 'St. Joe
Paper 'Cbompan y mill here in Port
St. Joe ever since it .started oper-
ation. At the time of his death he
was superintendents the pulp
mil '' ,.
Allenmore dais. survived by his wife,
Anna Bel'le; one son, Norman, Jr.,
one daAughter, Mrs. Jane Allen, two
grandchildren; bis mother, 'Mrs.
Fed, AM more, Wesat Wego, La.;
a brother, Herbert of New Or.
leams and a sister, 'Mrs. Alby Sam-
pey of West Wego, La.
Active pallbearers were: Harry
Adams, Pat Shannon, Sid Brown,
Dave Jones, Clyde Brogdon and,
Bill Whaley with Ed Ramsey as
allternate.
Honorary pallbearers were: Bi'.
Winters, Bill Simmons, Fenn ,n
Talley, Ed, Wynn, Bert M na,,
George Davis, Jewel Lucas, Go' rge
McLawhon, Charles .Stevenis', Sr.,


calppev o ,the first half -with a five C=,Ule Gaueaux,.Marlon Parker,
yard ebarlGy raa Mnrnrighrt .endl.
aGamnon Buzzett, Johun Robert


In the third quarter Jimmy Daw-
son, electrified the crowd as he
hauled in a Leon -punt and scam-
pered 70 yard's for a touchdown.
Steve Kennedy added the Sharks
final talley in the fourth quarter
atter Larry Davis and, Jimmy Wil-
,der led most of the carrying on a
50 yard anarch to the goal line.
Big One Tomorrow!
Tomorrow -night the 'Shanks test
their grid skill against Marianna
here at Port St. Joe's stadium. The
Bulldogs from Jackson County will
be out for blood after being blank-
ed last week by the Ohboctawhat-
chee Indians, 25 to 0.
*Miarianna is 'expected to field a
big, fast team as. usual, end the
-Sharks will really have their hands
full.
The. Sharks have been moving.
ahead much faster than expected
and could very well 'be in a good
position to get over confident.
In summary the Shark-Bulldog
fray points to Ibeing the top gaine
in the Oonference and everyone can
b, 'sure of 'seeing 48 minutes of


good, fast football.
THE SCOREBOARD
St. Joe
First Downas .... 14
Yards Rushing ---- 201
Yards Passing ... 132
Passes Attempted 13-
Passes Completed,'_ 5
Passes Intercepted 1
Yards penalized 65
Fumbles Lost 2


Leon
7
103
64
6
2
0
50
2


STAR Want Ads Get Results-
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dVertising Doesn't Coat it PAYS


Smith, John Kramer, Ferarell Allen,
Sr., George Tapper, Otto Anderson,
Joe Mira, B. C. Gaialrd, Jack Ma-
'hon, Edward Eells, Joe Dowd, Bar-
ney McCulliough, Joel Lovett, Bas-
com Hamm, Harry 'Saunders, Har-
r) White, Henry Stykes, James
Oullen, Bill Poi.ter, Barney McCer-
mick, Tony Voss, Ed Ramsey, Leo
Shealey, Al Hargraves, Mouiton
Freeman, Bill Shuford, Ned Porter,
Dn'. Hatfield, Pope Fendley aud
Bill Fleming.
Oomforter Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.


Hunting Licenses

Now On Sale

County Judge Sam Husband
announced this week that the
new hunting license are now on
sale in Gulf County.
Husband said that the licenses
must be purchased before setting
out to hunt marsh hens which
are now in open season. The
marsh hen season extends to No-
vember 30 with a bag limit of 15.
Dove season for this district
opens on October 15 for the first
half season and extends to No-
vember 6. Hunting of doves may
be done from noon to sunset with
a bag limit of 12.
Hunting licenses may be pur-
chased at Wsetern Auto, in Port
St. Joe, Stafford's Grocery In
White City and Pate's Service
.Center In Port St. Joe or at the
County's Judge's office in Wewa-
hitchka.


Last Rites for

Mrs. C. B. Peeler

Funeral services 'were. held last
Friday, .September 23 from the St.
Joseph's Catholic OChurch for Mrs.
Charles, B. Peeler, who ,died last
Wednesday morning from cancer.
Rev. Paul Hogarty presided. In-
terment was in, Holly Hill Ceme-
tery.
. Pallbearers were: Active, G. L.
Kennington, J. W. Oakes, W. T.
"Bill" Bright, Pete Ferris, Guerry
Melton and J. E. Orossley. Honor-
ary pallbearers were: George G.
Tapper, Jake Belin, Harry Samn-
ders, Al Hargraves, WaIter Haw-
'kin's, Lamanr Hardy, Keanneith Broad-
nax, Dr. Morris, Dr. Wager, Henry
Chason, Lawrence Bowen, John
Scott, .Dr. Conrad, Williams, John
Brown, Vernon Woolfoid, B 1, 1
Carr, Lois Da'ris, Ralph Simmons,
H. W. Griffin, J. W. Lee and L. M.
Reeves.
Survivors included the husband,
Charles B. Peeler and. two p"ns,n
Michael and Christopher all of, this
city.


County Seeks Solution




To Garbage Dump Woes


Land Provided

To Move East

The community of Highland View
is still after the County Commis-
sion .to do something about 'the
garbage landfill area nesar that
community. Tuesday might a dele-
,gation from Highland View appear-
ed before the County Board and
asked that access to the land-till
area be changed.
, The deelegiatlon was made up of
Iris Furney, president of the High-
larxd View Men's Club, Grover
OGlark land Walter Armstrong. The
delegation was armed with a pett
tion' containing a number of names
of people in Ithe area 'asking that
improvements be made on lthe land
fill area to make it less obn .. as
to the people in Highland VI v
At present, truazks haultg trash
and garbage to ithe area must go
dirceitly In front of the Highland
View Elementary School. They coan-
tended that this route creates a
hazard ad asked that it. be chang-
ed.
The 'Oounty Board, has been giv-
n us.e of the land fill area.by, the
St. Joe Paper Company, 'to the east


uIVes Scnoiarsnips of ,the present Jnd fill area. The
county now proposes to, try to of-
.tain a street easementt fron-W. O.
St. Joe Paper Comnpany has pre- orehtan a treeto consiuct other -0.
sented a $750.00 scholarship fund Forehand to twrat anoti r ac-
,to .the Gulf Coss t0iomn.uty Col- 'cess. road to thee area to go in. thru
1aege: Thoe -fu'fds rdon~at~ed 'to Third of Fourth Street in' Highland
the 'school's scholarship fund to ibe View. They also proposed to begin.
used as a joint student-aeculty filling operations at the extreme
scholarship ,committee- wished. East -end of ithe lamnd-ill area to al-
leviate *. the presais t situation at
The school has received several Highland Viw.d .
scholarship 'donations to date this Buy Business Machine..
year. The largest.conurtibution thus In other business, the Qommi-.
far- hlas come im *the St. Joe Pa- aion voted to. purchase abookkeep-
per Company, which selected three ing nmac trom t1he National"
-tudents as recipients. College of- Cash Register Coampany for the
ficials 'explained thatt the contribu- aUim of '$1,138.05.
tor may select the student. or may The machine .will 'be .Installed jn
allow 'the joint studentfafculty the office of ithe Clerk of'Circuit
co.holarship committee to choose Court to take care of the county
the recipient. bookkeeping chores.


Junior High Football Teams Will Play

Intra Squ d Game Saturday Morning

The Port St. Joe Junior High ticipate is [being taken care of as


School football team began prac-
tice August .29. This Is the titth,
year for a Junior High team at
Port 'St. Joe. The team will be
.comprised. of seventh and 'eighth
grade boys this year and they will
play mostly intrassqu'ad games.
- The (boys have been working
hard 'the past few weeks and seem
to be real eager to play -their first
intra-squad .game. The team will
play their first game this 'Saturday
morning at 10:30.
The squad has two games sche-
duled with Chattahoochee. The first
game is to Tbe played here Saturday,
October 8 at 10:30. a.m. A return
game is scheduled at Chattaihoo-
chee Wednesday, October 19 at
4:30, p.m. Games with Apalachi-
cola land Carralbelle are in the pro-
cess of being arranged'.


equipment and' facilities become
available. Assisting with 'the Jun-
ior High program this. year is Dave
Nicholson.


FTA Club Is

Sponsoring Movie

The FTA club of 'Port 'St. Joe
High School is sponsoring the mo-
'vie, "The Fall of the House of
Usher", on Octoper 12, 13 and 14.
The movie is an almost literal
translation of Edigar A!lIm Poe's.
prototypical horror story.
"Mvotion Picture Hera'A" maga-
zine 'says, "On the artistic side it
is a mood picture, departing from
reality 'far enough ,o partake of ithe
dream-like atmosphere which Poe's


The squad will be 'divided into a genius created.
red and white team fpr .the .Satur-
day morning contest. The squads .Excellent is the choice of cast
will be composed 'of: with suae a nd esthetic Vincent
REDS: L. E. White, L T. Butts, Price as .Roderck'Usher, gloomily
L. G. Whitfield, 0. Buttram, R. G. and insanely determined that the
Zimmerman,, R. T. Guilford, R. E. evil of the house must end. with
Nichols, Q. B. Wager, F. B. Gar- him. and his sister; Myrna Fahey
cia, RHB. Goodman and Ivey and as the sister, torn .between, reality
LHB. Gibson. and the evil dream world of her
WHITES: L. E. Vorsigia, L. T. brother; Mark Damon, her fiance,
Kilbourn, L. G. Branch, C. Bry.aat, just as determined. to rescue the
R. G. H. Smith, R. T. Richards, R. sisted as Price is determined' to
E. B. Smith, Q. B. Cathey, F. B. prevent the marriage, and Harry
Orlaig land Young, RHBi. Babbitt Ellerbe as the 'aged retainer of the
,and Buzzett and LHB, Parker. house, 'who knows its secret ,but
Other (boys sure 'tb see action is powerless to escape.
are Tommy Wright, George Har. The story. as noted, is an. expan-
ring, Ray Ramsey, Bobby Antley, sion 'of Poe's concept, filling in.
Billy Ant'ley, Danny Odum, Jerome what the classic author left to the
Barnes, Lonnie Bell, 'David Dickey, reader's .imagination, as for In-
Billy Smith, George Small, Maurice stance in the added romance, but
Fuller, Freddy Wise, Andy Tram- .the execution is faithful to the ori-
mell, Kenneth Broadnax, Eugene ginal 'and credible within the au-
Harper, Gary Davis. thor's frame of reference.
Approximately 45 boys are out The picture is good Poe, excel-
for the Junior football team. Oth- Inet cinema ."
,ers wanted to come out but facili- "The Fall of the House of Usher"
ties and uniforms were not avail- was reviewed in th eNew York pro-
able. Each boy that wants to par- section room and given an excel-


District Governor of



Rotary To VisitHere


The Port St. Joe Rotary Club
w'll be honored' iby a -visit troni
Rotarian Homer A. Brinikley tlo-
tary Governor, District 69M for
1960-61 today at their raillar dia
ner meeting. The Club n'e.t in a
busdness session with the District
Governor list night at thd Motel
St. Joe.
Governor Brinkley has been a
citizen of Tallahassee siac. 1933,
and a 20 year member of Lhe -Talla-
hassee Rotary Club. He has held
office as ClAb President in addi-
tion to serving 10 of his 20 year
-membership. as a Director and as
a menrlber of every major commit-
tee nasned tbrou'ghout his entire
memibers'hip. He has attended two
Rotary International conventions
and, nbailly all District Oonferences
and, District Institutes in the Last
-ten years.
Homer and' ibis Rotaryanne, Irma,
have three lovely daurgihters eand
five gramdchildren--iso all are
girls--ail1 of whom live in Tallahas-
see. The.Brinkleys are active Bap-
tits iby faith and. are participamnbs
in numerous tvic and fraternal
organization, including the Cham-
bher of Commerce, Red Cross and
Mental Health Association. Homer
is also Past Exalted Ruler of ElIks
andl is a Mason and Shriner.


Ladies Tennis Club

Is iemg Organized

A ladies .beainil a lulb ias being
.foaned in iPort .St. Jioe. The club
play each Wednesday afternoon
at 3:00 p,.m. at the City tennis
count at the intersection of Fifth
Street and Monument Avenue.
" Any age ladies ame urged to par-
ticipate. For further information,
those interested may oarl 7-5051 or
come to the court at the date and
time stated above.

ATTENTION, ALL MOTHERS
The Annual Staff of Port St.
Joe High School is sponsoring a
"baby sitting" campaign to raise
funds for the 1960-61 edition of
"The Monument".
If you need a baby sitter,
please contact The Star at 7-3161
and leave the date and time. A
list of the baby sitters will be
given so that you will be able
to choose a person you know.

send The Stat to a friend.

tent reviewer's rating.


Homer A. Brinkley



Jaycees Plan

Float Entry for

Inauguration
In their regular meeting Tues-
day night, the Port St. Joe Jaycees
voted' to construct and enter a float
in the Governor's inauga nal parade
in Tallahassee on January 3. The
Jaycees will also construct a float
,to Ibe used in ,the Port St. Joe
'Chrlstmas parade, with the same
float, with minor alterations being
ueed in the Tallahassee parade.
Jaycee Joe Stevens was named as
chairman of the loat construction
committee.
In connection with, the Gover-
nor's inaugural parade, the Jaycees
oted Ito stage a beauty contest lo-
cally to pick young ladies to ride
on ithe float. Details of the contest
have not yet been decided uIpon.
John Howard was ,named chairman
ot the contest.
The Jaycees are taking over the
project of presenting the annual
Christmas parade here this year.
The date for the parade has been
set for Friday, December 2. In
charge of the project i.s Dick Lam-
berson. Laaniberson named the tol-
lowing committee heads at Tues-
,days meeting: floats, Joe Parrott;
securing Slanta Clause and favors.
Bernard Pridgeon; judges for par-
ade -and issuing prizes, Marty Beg-
ley; publicity, Marty Begley and
Wesley R. Raansey.
The Jaycees have undertaken
the project of publicizing fire pre-
ven-tion week this month. Joe Britt
was named chairman of 'this pro-


The F.T.A. club is a service or- ject. Citizens of Port St. Joe wtit
gamization and will use the funds be seeing and hearing more of this
received from this project to send, project during the week of October
delegates to the state convention '9 through 14.
and ,carry on service projects thra- i It was voted Tuesday to have
out -the school year. one dinner meeting each month.
Tickets may be 'obtained from The first of these meetings will be
any member of the F.T.A. or at held on October 25 at the regular
the box office of the Port Theatre. Meeting of the Jaycees.


Rev. Reuben Davis To Preach At White

City Baptist Church Revival Services

Revival services 'will begin at
the White City Baptist Church on
.Sunday, October 2 and conti-ue
'through .Sunday, October 9. accord-
ing to the pabor, Rev D. A. Lun-
d4.
Services will be held twics, each '
day. Morning services will bee held
,at 8:00 a.m. 'Monday through Satur-
day and the evening services wili
be held at 7:30 p.m for the entire
week
Rev. Reuben Davis, ipasto- of tbe
Elfbethel Baptist Church of Chlno-
cellor, Alabama will be the guest
evangelist
Rev. Lundy says that the church
offers an invitation for the genreal
public to attend these services. A
nursery will be provided for smail REV. REUBEN DAVIS
children. Evangelist


Norman Frncis Allemore, Sr., Is

Taken By Death; Victim of Lukemia


Paper Company
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First Baptist Church News...


Listed below wd a new slate of
officers of the Woman's Missionary
Union of the First Baptist Ohurch.
President, Mre. Milton Ohaitin;
wIeeipresident, Mms. Otway Nich-
oie; secreta-ry, Mrs. Clarence Prid-
geon; treasurer, Mrs. 01 afford
Tharpe; corresponding secretary,
Ma&. Tomn Parker, Sr.; YWA direct-
or, Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson; GA dl-
rector, Mrs. Ralp Macomber; Sun-
beam Band director. Mrs. W. J.
Herring.
GA Counsellors
'Nine and, ten year old", Mrs.
Alice Bowen; Bleven and 12 year
olde. Mrs. John Rich. Assistants:
nine and ten year olds, Mrs. Bra-
dy Jordan; Eleven and 12 year olda
Mrs. DeaL.
Sunbeam Leaders
Beginner, Mrs. M. B. Phillipe;
six yea o'lds, Mrs. R. B. Baxley;
seven year olds, Mrs. Walter Dod-
son; eight year olds, Mrs. C. Byron


President, Mrs. Mflton Chaiin;
ivice-prealdent, Mos. Otway Nichols;
secretary, Mrs. Clarence Pridgeon;
treasurer, Mrs. Clifford Tharpe;
Circle hairnmen, Mrs. W. J. Daugh-
try, Mas. Henry Ayers, Mrs. Oharlie
Spears, Mrs, Grady Keele and Mrs.
Robert Whittle. Enlishmen tchair-
aain, MMrs. Roy Irwin; program'
chairman. Mrs. Mildred Montgoanm-
ery; anission study chairman, Mrs.
Wesley Ramsey; prayer chairman.
Mrs. Olitt ElUs; community mSis-
sion chairman, Mrs. 0. G. Costing,
Sr.; stewardship chairman, Mrs. L.
W. Cox; publication. chaimau Mrs.
W. I. Oarden; publicity ch airman,
Mrs. .Mytice Smilth; social chair-
maon, Mrs. Terry Hinote; children's
home, chairman, Mrs. E. H. Van-
landingiham; flower chairman-, Mrs..
W. J. Daughtry.
Oeicle No. 1: Mrs. W. J. Daugh-
try, Mra W. L. Dumant, Mrs. Clif-
ford Thaimpe, Mrs. W. J. Belln, Mrm


,Smih; eight year old, Mrs. Bill Otis Pyle,.Mrs. Richard Saunders,
Fleming.. I Mrs. Wesley Riamnsey, Mrs. E. H.
Offlcege a.nd Circle Memhba Veamlandlughaan, Mrs. Bill Quarles,
of Society N.mnip 1 Mrs. W. I. Carden and. Mm%, Eliza-


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That's why ...
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286 Reid Ave. Phone BAHl 7-5113


WSG Holds Its

Monthiv Meetina


beth Montgomery. The Wesleyan Service Guild of
Corole No. Two: Mrs. Henry the First Methodist Church held
Ayers, Mmr H. G. Harvey, Mrs. Lon- Its monthly meeting on Tuesday,
nie Bell, 'Mrs. J. F. DanieH, M~s. September 13 at the home of Mrs.
L. Z. Henderson, Mrs. Brady J;r-G elry Melto' on Garrison Ave.
dan, .Mrs. G. Costin, St., M rs The meeting was called to order
Edwin Johnson, Mrs. B. W. Wilder by the preWdent, Ms. Nora; Beas.
and Mrs. L. W. Oox. laey. lThe minutes were read -by the
Oircele No. Three: Ms'. Charlie eOtary, Mrs. Dame NicholWon.
Spears, Mrs. Betty Sue Anchors, The business discussn lo.wed.
Mrs.' Perry 'Elliot, Mrs. C. A. Mc- the reading and approving,. of the
Clelon, Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs..An- anate
na Adamus, Mrs. Myrtice Smith' A Bible study- ws given, by the
Mr's. W. 0. Nichol, Mss. Joe Brace, tat 'petk Mrs. Blano Godfrey.
well, Mmai. B. Garrett, Mrs. Terry Those preset 'were: ii, Nore
Hinote. Beasley, Mrs. Jackie QuarlIes, Mrs.
Circle No. Four: Mrs. Grady Ann Strait, Mrs. ElIzabeth TomnL.-
Keel's, Mrs. E mory Stephens, Mrs. son, Mrs. Dean .Stevens, Mrs. Eli-
Oarence ridge, Me. IRoy Jr. nor Nickheson, Mlis. Fay (Pridgeon,
win, Mrs. James Wiason, Mrs. Tom M. Juia Creech, Mrs. Frances
Pamker, Sr., Mrsq. t. W. ,Petty, Mrs., Bamgart, Mrs. Nancy Shuford,
E. C. Mamlow -and- Mrs. Mldred' adi he guest speaker, Mrs. Betty
Montgomery. Godfrey.
Young Matron's Circle: Mrs Hostesses for ithe meeting were.
olert Whittle, Mrs.- Lou, Taylo, Mrs. Melton-and-, Mrs. Betty Haiw
Mrs. Wandis Scott, Mrs-. Ale Pad- Inas, who served-delicious. refre.h-
gett, Mrs. Jadige lles, Mrs. Clara. ;-.uts that wereenWo-yed by al-r
Oooley, Mrs. Verna Burch, Mrs. ______ _____
Virginia A .niold.,.
CARD,.OF THANKS


President, Mrs. Ethel' Wesi-
lb"rook; vice-president, 'Mrs. Will t
Mae Danilell; secretaryy Tand, treat.
surre, Mas. J. C.: Oupepper; pray-
.r chairman, Mrs. Earl Creel; pro-
gram ,chairman, Mrs. Nancy Milns;,
ploigiran chaIrmaun,.. Mrs. Richard
Lancaster; ,communIly mllissIjon
chalnman', Miss Alnia peWtt;.. cnl-
dren's home chairman, M N. D.
Baldwin; other members; Mrs.
Ralph Jackson,.._ Mia Minerva Mc-
Lane 'anid 'Mrs. John Brncw'.
Seclety No. .
President, Mrs. C. .. Mai.n;
enitanIent. vice-president, ,.. :Mr;s
Water Owens; program. dhaqmhan,.
MTs. -Oonnie KirMand; other mem-
.JbeLrs; .Mrs.. C. E..White, Mrs. Popl.


Thits s t.he eny^ way we can
thmak our. many friends -for the
masy, ma y s.g s A,1.fgr .ua
diunaig our recent bereavement. We
wIah that Lt were possible ito ,thank
each Onie personally, ibut there
were so many, and' so much dane,
it would be impossible. May God's*
richeat.bleassings be with each, oft
yOU. 4ailiwai.--
Mrs-Haetl-Hemss
Jnnumy He'lms
Bill Crews family
Bol Sm i ah'm Famly


Fendkley, Mrs. George Darit, 'Mrs.a
E. L. Bobertaon, Mris. W. A. SneUl-
grove and, Mra. 0. L. Gibson.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By HAZEL CREAMER
Phone 74 76
Mr. and Mrs. Laiurimore spent
the week end In Dothan, Ala., 'with-
their,dauhrgt.er-.anditaily, Mr. -and
Mrs. Janes Willians.
Miss Mary Cox lett Thursday for
Oasitelberry, Ala., 'where she will
resume the children's Bible Mission
work in the public schools in, that
armwt for the fonthql#mming. year.
Mr. and, Mrs. Willard Cooper and
son, Paul of Fort Walton spent the
week end' with' their mother, Mrs..
Wi1e Eltimingaer.
* Mr. and. M3s. Robert- McEachern,
of Taivernier,,- M Luklie Barrow
and Mrs. M. E. Gray of Carralbele,
relatives of Mrs. Cox visited the
Olinitoni Cox itaaily Saturday.
Mrs. J. V. Cannlmgiton' haes return-
ed' fxom Ta llaase. after spending
two week wilth her dauight.r, .Mrs.
Joe Daugheirty andtantly,
Mr. aendi Mri David Coley of
Sheande vlstdi Sunday.wth, .their
daughter, Mas. RRby. Gordon ind
Mr. amdX. M,..- W. C. Mlges were
in Panamma ity Saturday attndLng
to business.
The ChrBtian .adetafron. High-
1and' View' who atWIated;-RRe'ival-
time in Pnama ,City i 'Ithe FiTst
Asppbdl'y of-God. Alhnreh Iast Wed'.
nesday nightt 'were: Danany a&id
Doyile.l Gla, Sett -Oramer, Ann,.
-Junior aend *eBWia-Wood and' R.ay-
miand and',Manellla' u

CARD OF THANJKS-
I wish 'to express any sincere
thanks and appreciation for. the
conerai an and tcoqs 'tkans,.over ..m.
disappearance last Wednesday ev',-
al-g 4.nd early ,Thuitaday .mq ;)iu
'I iaik you, each and' evietry ione
who took part in the operaotlor.
KENNY MARLOW


L A.


An Announcement By HENRY FORDII

Of Importance To Every Buyer Of-A 1961 Autombile...


The Warranty On l l1961


Ford Motor Company Cars


Is Being Extended 12,000 Miles


Or One Full Year.


The 1961 line of all Ford Motor Company passenger cars will
bring to the Ameican market the,,ietant iljVO te p ulced
by this Company.
'Every Ford, Falcon, Thunderbird, Mercury, .Comet and Lincoln-
Continental has been styled, designed, engineered andamanufactured
with three primary goals in mind: (1) Finest Quality; (2) Greatest
Durability;. (3) Most Reliable Operation.

So confident are we of the succeskofapurtefortsto achieve-these
goals that :_he written warranty on all 1961 Ford Motor Company
cars is being extended to 12,000-miles or one full year, whichever
comes first. '
*No other American automobile carries a warranty like this. The;,
previous Ford Warranty, traditional in the industry, was for 4,000.,
miles or three months.
We urge every prospective purchased of -a 1961 ca to visit his .
Ford Motor Company Dealer and learn all about the Dealer's new
12,000 mile or one-full-year warranty.





PRESIDENT.
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
ARRIVAL DATES:
SEPTEMBER 29: The new Ford line. S'tqen a.mllmew, tufla-fse models awit
the claseio Ford look, ranging froi the 'Taiule ..d airlinee tao ix new trend'- -
setting Galaxies.
-OOTOBER 6: The 1961 lalons and Oom ets. Amleriea's msiim easueful
compact car combiination from Amerirca's largest producer of compact easw.
OOTOBER 6: The new Mer ury line, th completely ew styling and, wider
range of models.
NOVEMBER, 6: Li-ncoln-ontinentail for 1961, Ameriears completely new,
distinctive luxury car.
NOVEMBER 10: Thundeibird. Uanistaakably nmew for 1961, yet nlstak.
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NEWS FROM PERSONAL NOTES
M B Hurricans "Donna" had Mmr. B.
eXICO 0 Ch aennon, part-time esmdent of Mex-
By Mrs. BettycMissler ico Beach, depart immediately for
Phone 648-3205 tty Mier her home d ,Seter, Florida, near
ianpa. This area suffttered, dam-
WSCS MEETS ages from thle huircane. Her
The Women's Society of CO'iris. daughter, Mrs. Betty Kochem of
itiai Slernic)a held their antonthly Mexico Baech accompanied her.
,meeting tat the First Miethodist The family here reported; the-dam-
OChurch of Mexico Beach on Wed- jage was, minor. The home asuieredl,-
.uesday evening, September 21. The some water damage and : trees
program' for the evening was ,an were ,uprooted.
enactment in skit 'form of the Back at Mexico Beach. are Mrs..
world-wide work of: this society. Betty Flohre and' ons, opig atc
In charge of the program was ,esatailish a permanent resMefftW
Mrs. James C. Brown, mnie of the when her husbandjoins her..inthe.
Re. Jaes0. Browninisterof:near future. Hre young 0on is On.
the church. Of special interest was rolled at the Highland' View -.E-
a,.report of The purchasing of 24 mentary SchooL
chairs for the church. Also the
planning of a church supper to ond he Star.TTo .A .Frie-
raise funds for the 'church.
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rlTHU ,.-Ptrt~t-"Joo, Y-iorsi- THU RSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1960


J MEN&" e I DOYS WEAR
S"Outfitters ior Dads and Lads"


Miss Virginia Clair Smith and Junie

Theodore Cannon Married Sept. 17
Miss Virginia Olair .Smith and Junie Theodore Oannon of Port St.
Joe were married Saturday afternoon, September-17 at :the First Bap-
tist Church in Tallahassee. Dr. Harold G. Sanders and the Rev. Leo
Hebert heard the vows at 5 o'clock.
The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Audie 'Smith of Tallahassee,
while the 'bridegroom is the son ,of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oannon of Port
St. Joe.
The church was decorated' with
sunburst arrangements of white. Byr-on Smithe of Tallharessee,. bro-
gadiol and chrysanthemums a- thor of thoe bride; ,Charles Copeland
gadat a background of areca palms of Thondeg ,lle, nephew aof the
and ferns and candelabra. Pews bridegroom, Ken Burgess and Clyde
were marked' with. white rcpe 6White, both of Port St. Joe.
caught with leatherleaf fern' and For 'her .daughter's weddin-g, Mos.
white flowers. Smith chose a Dresden blue sheath,
,Miss' Ellen Frazee, organist, and dress of 'silk organza over taffeta;
Jim Kearce, soloist, presented a with a sqirall petal hat and match-
program n of msic. ing ,shoes. The bridegroom's moth-
Given in marriage by her father, er wore a two piece ensemble of
ithe bride wore ,a white gown of navy Chantilly lace over taffeta
haend-ripped Chantitly l.a e and with ,navy ,shoes and white acces-
h* sories. Bot wore. white .orchi.d coar-
tulle over delustered ,satin design-
ed with a ,snug basque bodice fast- sages.
ened up the back with miniature Mrs. Mabl'e McClure, the 'bride's
covered buttons. The lace ,bodice maternall grandmother, wore rose
had, a rounded 'scalloped. neckline Ohantilly lace with, a corsage of
and a yoke -of illusion with' lace orchids, while Mrs. Wright Sanmith,
medallions. and sequins forming a the Ibride's paternal grandmother,
mandarin collar. The (bouffant tule wore a' 'blue and wahie voile dress
Iskint was fashioned with a ,'scal- with, a. corsage of roses.
loped poplum of laee in front. A
scalloped' lace panel in back ex- After the ceremony, a reception.
tended into a chapel train. was given in the church parlor.
Her .tiered veil of 'silk liiuslion The (bridal tablee was covered with
(ell from a Mary ,Stulart cap of a clotf iof Venetilan lace and ftea-
matching lace embroidered' with .tured a wedding cake topped with
'seed pearls. She -carried a. colonial 'a replica ,of the bridal bouQuet; A.
,bouquet 'of lies of the valley with five.-branched silver candelabra
'ace and seed' pearls and centered with wedding candles and' an ar-
with a white orchid. ran'gement of bridal f-lowers in 'the
Miss M.elda Sneaer of Jackson- center epergne alsoo was used...
ville was mand o'f honor. Brides- Mrs. J. 0. Wessinger, Jr., and
imnaids .were Miss 'Oarol Sprouqf, Mrs. H. B. McAdoo, aunts of the,
Miss Jeanne M'enis and Mi-ss Kay bride, 'Mrs. 'Philllips A. Parker of
Gluesenkamp of Tallahassee. Jun- Thomaisvi'lle, and Mrs. Larry R.
tor Ibridesaid was Miss -Sandra Welch "of Houston, sister of the
Wessinger of Tallahassee. They bride, 'out the wedding cake. Mrs.
wore identical, apphire (blue short Austin Nixon of Panama. City, Mrs.
boutfant ,dress of silk organza Ed Lee, Mrs.. J. Lee Vanse, Mrs.
over taffeta designed with shallow Raymond L. Revell, Mrs. Wallace
scooped necklines and' tiny sleeves. Hickey and. Mrs. John, Alford pour-,
Their feather hats were tiny cres- ed. The' bride's boogok was kept by
cent shapes with circular veils and Mrs. Jimmie L. Humphries and
they: wore sniatching shoes. They Miss Ann Sullivan.
carriedd' colonial bouquets of roses IMrs. Harold ,Sanders, 'Mrs. Leo
with Hloops of ifchbsia tulle. H'eibert and' Mrs. John Brown of
Flower girl was Debra Burns of Port St. Joe'greeted guests at the
Port ,St., Joe, the bridegroom's door and Mrs. N. C. Landrum'. uni
niece. She wore a white silk or- (troduced them. Jto the fr~teiving
gansa dress fashioned 'similarly to line. Mrs. J. -S. iStabler and Mrs.
the attendants'. Her wide sash Joe Blan' of Port 'St. Joe were at
and' headband were sapphire blue 'the end of the receiving line.
and' ishe cajrrlied ia mnaline petal Hosts' and hbstesses, were Mr.
u.1p. and' Mrns.. red' Brandt, Mr. and, Mrs.
James Kinigfht of Port St. Joe Earl L. Lambert, Mr. and, Mrs. Ed-
wa.s Ib'eit. man,. -Groomsmen were. ward L. Meadows, Mr. and Mrs.


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Mas. J.-MIE TH
W. B. onerly, Mr. -and Mas. G. J.
Gluesenkanmip, Mr.-and' Mrs. Cielade
Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tamiiln,
Mr. and. Mra. Joseph Gardner, the
Rev. 'and Mrs. Phl Maxwell, 'Mr.
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Mrs. Homer Brinkley, Mr. and' Mrs.
L. Glenn, -Stubbse, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.;
A. Glenn Wright, Jr.,,'Mr. and Miis.
M. M. Ashlcroft, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
B. Dann, Mr. eand 'Mrs. J. Robert_
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Rhodes,
Mr. and' Mrs. 'G. S. ,Stephens, Mr.
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BY E


EODORE CANNON
Also Mr. and Mrs.. Horace Gain-
ey, Mr. and M1Vrs. W. 'Curtis Ted-
der, Mr. and Mrs'. Ira L. Gatlin,
Mr. and, Mrs. J. Max. Hannon, Dr.
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neil Lowrie,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ma xHannon, Dr.
and Mrs. William, Smith, Jr., Mr.
and' Mrs. Guyte P. McOord, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph D. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
John' Dallis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Koons, Dr. *and Mrs. Irvin 'Myers,
Mr.' and Mirs. Roy T. Rhodes, Mr.
and' Mrs. S. C. Oonklin, Mrs. Tom
Moore, -Mrs. W. E. Green, Mrs.
Iouise C'obb, Mrs. W. J. iMcCants,
Mras. Homre BiEvins, Mrs. Mary S.
Austin, Mrs. Lawrence W. Renfroe,
Mrs. Vaulda Wh:iddon and J. S.


*'- abler. "
,Serving were Miss SylSvia Stab-
ler, Miss Minor Ga)lbraith, Mi"s.
Linda Austin, Miss Catherine Bay-
field, Miss Paula Butler, 'Miss
Carol Renftroe, Miss Alice Prysby,
Miss Faye Pendergast, Miss Pat
Sinmpson and. Miss Glenda Tuten,
Cynthia Wessinger, Julie Calhoun',
Linda Scanlon, Judy Sims and, Jen-
ny Sims passed rice (bags.
Later, when the couple left on
a wedding trip, Mrs. Oannon
changed to a silk cotton print In
'white 'torquoise and' (black with a
turquoise duster lined with the
,matching print. She wore a sanial'l
black hat with' ,veil, white gloves
and (black patent accessories with
her 'ibridal1 orchid's.
Ou't-of-town, guests included MIra.
Larry R. Welche and Linda Ann,
Houston, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lipa A. Parker, 'Mr. and' Mrs. E.
M. Copeland, Charles and Carl,
Thomasiviile; Mr. and MIV ; L. F.
Turknett, B'ainlbridge; Mr. and Mrs.
Austin Nixon, 'Mr. and Mrs. Rod
-Le Glare, Mr. and 'Mrs. George W.
Welch, Miss Margaret .Johnmson,
Pamaan, City; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Alvarez and Rhetta, Perry; Mrs.
Stella McOlure, Mayo; Miss .MI-
da Snead., Jackson'ville; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Cannon, Mr. and 'Mrs.
James W. Bunns, Debra and Jimm'y
Ferrel', Mr. anmd Mrs. Joe Blan,
Mr. and' 'Mrs. Hermana Ard. Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. ElIzey, -Mr. and
Mrs. Donalid Grossmanm, Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Lewis ead .Pwtay, Mrs.
Verna Smith, 'Mr. and ,Mrs. Olyde
White, Mr. and- Mrs. Joe F. Chris-
tian, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Yeager,
Miss Laverne Glass and Jaimes
Knight, all of Ponr St. Joe.
The 'bride's parents entertainedi
members of the wedding party
and out oft town guests for sup-
per Friday 'evening preceding the
wedding rehearsal. They -were
assisted [by Mrs. Larry R. Weihk,
SMrs. M'alAbe Mc.lure, Mrs. N. C.
Landrumi and Mrs. J. 0. Weswta-
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American legion and Auxiliary Plans

Youth Program for Month of October


By MRS. JOAN MOORE
The'American Lgelon Past and
their Auxiliary, Unit 116, of Port
'St. Joe announces the program of
yuth activities for the month of
October. The Legion and Ai.xiliary
are jointly sponsoring this youth
activity group as part of their com-
munity service endeavors.
This youth activity gro.p has
been extended to include boys of
the eame age group as girls of this
group and Jr. Girl's Auxiliary, bhat
fs, elementary and high school
grades inclusive, ages our to 17
years.
Post 116 and other Auxiliary, in
attempting to organize this youth
activity group,s are in this way try-
ing -to render service to'the com-
munity, and in turn, the boys and
girls interested in. paticipating in
this program will actively be as-
sumaing duties and responsibilities
all' toward the betterment of the
community n which they live. Rec-
realoin activities will be determri'-
ed by age groups.
This youth ctvity group will fol-
laow a three point program:
1. Community Service-iparticipa-
tion, Interest, projects regarding
to civic functions, government, civ-
1 defense, etc.
2. Hospital and' charitable work.
3. Social Teeraetlon program.
Tentative plans to setaiblish a
Santa C01aus workshop at 'the Amer-
Ican. Legion Home ar ein progress.
Boys and girls will make a house
to house canvass to inquire if there
are any old unused, or broken toys
What cai be repaired. A piok-qup date
@or each articles will be made and
articles assemblde. at the Legion
Home for separation and repair
work. Repair work, painting,/,etc.,
will Ie done iby the 'boys and girls,
assisted, if needed by Post maem-
bers..:The toys will be distributed
at Christtmas time to needy chil-
dren.'
The group will also collect canes
and crutches -that might be repair-
ed and loaned as needed.


Santa Olaus Workshop will be a
permanent project of the Legion
and Auxiliary and, in the future,
work on this project will be com-
menced by June of each year. If
you have any of these articles you
can leave your name with oam-
mander Thames at his store, or no-
tify *Mrs. E. Kir-and, Auxiliary
community service chairman, Mrs.
Grimsley at 512 8th St. The can-
vass for these articles will be made
next week.
The American Legion Home will
be open Saturday afternoon, at 2:00
pan. for the youth activity pro-
gram. Satu-rday, a checker tourna-
=ment will open for primary aged
girls and boys. They win play for
six Saturdays. The winner will re-
ceive a prize of $2.00.
*Saturday, at 3:00 p.m. Mr. Swoke
will conduct a parade drill Instrac-
tion for boys and' girls of all ages.
He will train a group, if enough are
interested, in precision formation
and dril 'for performance at public
affairs. Baton instruction will tol-
low for all interested. Girls must
supply their own batons. Hellowe'-
en decorations will be part of Sat-
urday's craft work, along with work
on Christmas gifts for hospital pa-
tieants.
A trial canteen will be held 'Set-
urday evening for boys and girls
of Junior and Senior High ,School
age. Cokes and hot dogs will be
sold and records played. Discussion
of possible permanent organization
will fill most of [this first evening.
The program will begin at 7:00
p.an. and end at 11:00 p.m. Boys
and girl's will register their names
and addresses oa arrival at the Le-
gion Building. They will sign out
when leaving, noting time. There
will be no leaving the premises for
short periods and' then returning
except with permission from the
adult present. Since there is no
phone in the -building, boys and
girls are to remember to attend
to such details before coming down
to the Legion Building .Saturday.


Joe, Fla. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1960


Lime juice and sweet wine combine In this simple chicken dish to make
an exotic sweet-sour crust. Baked in a ,ir- wen for only 40 minutes it
takes a minimum of attention. Wine-Lime Chicken Breasts add a decep-
tive aura of luxury to a dinner .. .. --


Aug. Construction

Hits New Record

Over $221 million in road, and
ridge. construction .projects were
under way In Florida during Au
gust, secotding to a ma ontly pro-
gress report issued, this week by
William B. KiIRan, 'Chairman of
the State Road Board.
This to the greatest amount of
construction work under way dur-

Entrance to the building will be
from the side opposite. the Piggly
Wiggly only. Proper eveaing attire
will b eexipected. Shorts .and beach
wear will not be appropriate.
All youth are eligible tor aUl Le-
_on sponsored activities, regard-
less of whether or not their parents
are members.


Ing a single month in the history
of the State Rioad Department, sur-
passing the previous high of $216
million.
In addition to the $221,145,072 in
projects already under construc-
tion, Chairman Killian said that
bids were received for $6,528,566 in
new construction.
During the mouth, contracts were
formally executed,' tor road con-
struction totalling $12,143,269 while
work completed and accepted by
the Department In ,the period
amounted o t$8,065.894.
James E. Nelson, Jr., of Pensa-
cola, Road Board Member for Dis-
itrict Three, reported that construc-
tion under 44 contracts in the 16
counties compiisuog this district
laccounlted,. for $29,275,,01 of the
state totaL

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The 1961 Ford's Full-Flow oil filter lets you go 4,000 miles between
oil changes.
It adjusts its own brakes. A "mechanical brain" keeps brakes adjusted
for the life of the lining.
Rust? Ford's body is specially processed to resist corrosion, even to
galvanizing body panels beneath doors.
Ford takes care of itself on the turnpike, too, with a new 390-cu. in.
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Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEz R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
Reader and Bookkeeper
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SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
SEntered as second-class matter, December 1, 1987, at the Poetoffice, Port St. Joe,
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
DIAL BALL 7-3161
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the publishers
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received for such
advertisement.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly opnvinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.


We're Forgetting The Goose
An easy old age is wonderful .
Protection against unemployment is downright comforting to
workers. : '.-
Guaranteed profit is utopia.
Free medical care has all the allure.of a lemonade stand inr
the middle of Death Valley.
Aid for distressed areas, for city problems, for waterways pro-
jects, for school construction-these also are blessings.
Wages that soar higher and hours short enough not' to inter-
fere with p'tasure are yummy yummy.
Billions every year for foreign nations makes the do-gooders
feel "gooder." and is something unheard of in the history of man-
kind. .
Social Security that increases in munificence with every elec-
tion is like a piece of heaven brought to earth for those benefitted.
All these are parts of what used to be called "Our social gains"
back in th days of FDR's New Dealing. And every single bles-
sed one of them is billed to the nation's productive enterprise--
business. Yes sir, business is the fountain source of all these social
goodies-not government, not labor, not anything else or any-
body. Government is the tax collector, labor is th ecoercive agent
for divvying up, but the cornucopia from Whence cometh the
wealth that finances all the wonderful ways of making life like
unto a perennial picnic is the machinery of production, the farms
and factories, the shops and stores the offices and mines.
Business has been laying the golden eggs in socialism's nest
and no one has bothered to inquire, are we keeping the business-
goose fed and healthy, encouraged for more laying? Instead we
go gaily on assessing more and more egg production to the point
that some greedy ones begin to chant, "kill the goose so we can
eat it too."
One of these days we are going to look around in wonder,
asking, what happened to business that used to provide us with
all -those good things?'
S What indeed


Florida Duck and Coot Season Will
Open oh Noon Friday, December 2


HONE 41 20 MONUMENT AVE.


-.Florida'a idk* and coot hunting
seaSon will ope m at noon December
2 amind un ,trough January 8,
with hqwting alied every day,
except opening day,, rn one4alMa
hour before sunrise ,to inset.
Season t for huring aimada
geese -wifl open. mai ha f iiur be-
ore- .sunrise Nowvember 19,' with
hunting pernittedi very day thmr

Four Ducks A Day
Under the final migratory bnIt-
ing 0egiatdons frewa O > oeSt T-
ceived from the U. S. 1ahl and
Wildla#e Service, daily hbag limit
for duCkS wil Ibe four, wlth a total
possession ailmit otf eight, accord-
ing to A. D. Aldrich, director,
Ga.ne 'and Fresh Water Fisa cloonm
be two, with a; total posaession

Nlew re atisUns' in force this
year will allow hunters tio shoot
roma one-ihal Ihour beforee sunrise
to uanset, an increase of oue-halit
hour per day during the 1960-61
season. Last year, the season's
shooting hours were from. sunrise
to sunset. Special regulation in ef-
feet for thea 1969-61 season are:
Closed Season
Olosed season on canvasbacik and
redhead; opening :day or ducks
and' coot shooting Ibegina at 12:00
Ioon; daily bag and possession im-
its ay not include more than two
'uook *and one hoodled, imr-
gamner.
The dIaly fbatg and pDaeilMon
U.mnil for coot has been increased
from four to al, x or the daily bag,
and' from eight to 12 for possession
limit. n addition to the bag Unimit
on other ducks, the daily 'bag on
American and' red-breasted sMer-
ganoser is five, 'with a possession
limit of 10.
Restricted Season
The restricted' seasons and bag
liiumits on dcaosk was established by
the U. .S.- FAis aand Wadlife .Service
a ter survey I Alaska, Canada
aintd' be Northenm State Indicated
theoiDmuber of adqlt ducks that re-
turned to the ebre-d-grud tis
spring were considerably reduced.
Wile 'water conditions were dm-


awter-4ndaw, Mrm B1.l Goody. She
was acoompanied aome by her bro-
ther, Bill Goody, who returned to
his home in Birmuingiann Sunday
morning. |


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proved over 1959, nesting cover
was s parse.
FaI tUghts for the Atlantic fly-
way states are expected to be at
laASt equal to that of 1959-60, Al-
drichst at rAed
Return* from Alabama
Mrs. W. S. Smith returned home
Saturday from a- two weeks stay
itt R 'mnighan, Ala., where she
was called due to the Mllneas of her


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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1960


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Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
formerr Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School -- 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.;
-Evangelistic Serv._- 8:00 p.m.
,Prayer Meeting
Wednesday __8_ :00 p.m.


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(October 6)


We Will Announce The Beautiful

New 1961


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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) .--.--- 7A45 P.M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"
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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 anm.
BAPTIST TRAINING, UNION -__6:45 p n.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditloned For Ynur Comfort

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
TRAINING UNION 6:45 P.M.
EVENING WORSHIP 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) 8:00 P.M.
"Come and Worship God Witt, Us"


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
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.


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I1 SME TAR. Port st- Joe, ri. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1960

WILLIAMS FAMILY WILL GATHER
FOR REUNION ON OCTOBER 6th


GRACEVILLE-Hiomage to the
family as -the foundation of Ameri-
ca's national strength will be paid
at the 57th annual reunion of the
WiHilamise near here on October
6.
The descendants of Andrew El-
toni WilliaanS assemble each year
in Galilee churchyard, not as an-
cestor worshipers but to draw in
spiration from the unity which has
characterized this pioneer Florida
family.
"We of the Williams family are
indeed fortunate," says Broward
Williams of Taltlahassee, "that 'our
forefathers possessed a well-
grounded faith, in the principles
contained In' the Good Book and
that unswerving loyalty to these
Principles has 'been instilled in
each generation, from father to
son and from, mother ito daughter."
Of the many thousands of the
kin' of ,the founder of the Florida
branch of the Williams family,
some 2,000 to 3,000, with their
guests, 'will gather in the Galilee
churchyard on the' first Thursday
in October for ,the traditional cere-
mony.
This will include services in re-
intemibriance of the dead, aa ex-
'change 'of news about the living,
and. an, olidtime Florida "dinner on
the ground." Table delicacies in
Great variety and volume will be
served up by the ladies of the Wi'l-
liama clan.
The first Thursday in October
was selected 57 years ago for the
annual renewal of family ties be-
cause weather records indicated


south of Ca'mpblelton, in 1809, at-
,ter slowly proceeding with his bro-
thers, David and Owen, from Northi
Carolina in search of land suite
to raising cattle. A day's journey
now, the trip then ,required many
months. The brothers found It
necessary to stop midway to grow
a corn -crop for food for their 6am-
ilies and their farm famnles.
Andrew Elton Williams was a
'boy *of nine when his father set-
tled near Canmpbellton, and he fol-
lowed 'his father as a cattlemen.
Twice married, he fatherde 23 chil-
,drne, the nucleus of today's WIl-
'lianmses, living in ,nearly every one
of Florida's, 67 counties, numerous
states and, some foreign countries.

Local Boys Enroll
At Sewanee
SEWANEE, TENN.-The Univer.
sity 'of the 'South (began its academ-
ic year 1960-61 with the most high-
ly selected freshman class in' its
history. Two hundred were chosen
from 782 applicants. Eighty per
cent of the freshimne were in the
top fourth ot their high school gradu
uationg classes, according to John
B. Ransom, director of admission
at the mountaintop men's college.
Of the two hundred, 165 had' won
varsity letters to high s C~ol
'sports. About half 'expressed a ma-
jor interest in science.
. Attending the school from Port
St. Joe-are: Harry Livingston. Bab-


that klay was most likely to be fair lbit, son, of Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Bab-
of le autumn. season. Thus far, no bit, 116 Hunter Circle and Wlliam
reunion' has been marred by bad Franklin Daniell, son of Arnold 3.
'weather. Daniell, of 703 16th Street. Both
The first of the Wlliams-es, John young en, are freshmen in the
Wiilliams, 'settled in the wilderness school.
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green valleys where Washington potatoes are grown. Mealy fluff-
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ton State- Russets that make them preferred and perfect as
bakers all over the country.
Select potatoes the same size for even baking. Scrub clean, rub
with bacon drippings or other fat if a soft skin is desired. Bake
at 450 F. 40-50 minutes, depending on size, but allow 10-20 minutes
longer if potatoes are baked in a moderate oven with other foods.
When baking period is half over pierce skin of potatoes with a
sharp fork to allow steam to escape. When ready to serve, cut
an "X" in the top and press the potato on the sides to force it
to the top. Adl a slice of butter or use other foods to enhance
the flavor of the potato. Shown in the' picture are sour cream,
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Minutes of the
County Commission

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
SEPTEMBER 13, 1960
The Board ct County Commissioners of
Gulf County, Florida, met this date in reg-
uar session with the following members
present: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman, A. J.
Strickland, Coleman-W. Tharpe and George
W Cooper. The Clerk, Sheriff, Attorney,
Road Superintendent, Engineer and Mosqui-
to G ntiol Supervisor were also present.
The meeting came to order at 9:00 a.m.
The Rev. G. T. Hinton opened the meet-
ing with prayer.
The Chairman announced that a number
of Wewahicthka citizens have entered their
protest to the resolution adopted by this
Board on August 23, 1960, closing East 4th
Street, East 5th Street and that part of
Lake Avenue and Court Avenue lying East
of 4th Street within Gulf County Land
Company $ub. After discussion, there was
a motion byk Commissioner Strickland, sec-
onded, by Commissioner Cooper, and una-
nimously carried, that the resolution here-
toforea-idopted on August 23, 1960, closing
the above mentioned streets, be amended
to comply with the legal Notice published
in th9eGulf County Breeze on August 4th
and lihi, 1960; said Notice calling for the
closing of East 5th Street between block
16 and 17 in Gulf County Land Company
Subdivision.
Hon. W. L. Fitzpatrick appeared before
the Board and requested the County to con-
struct access road to his property on the
West side of Wetappo Creek and stated that


fi;'t people are now ready to build but can- able for this type expenditure.
not yet their materials to their lots. After The Board discussed road problems in
dii3u0sion, the Chairman instructed the En- Highland View.
ginesr to make a report as to where the' The Clerk informed the Board that the
road should be constructed. Highland View Volunteer Fire Department
Mr. George H. Wimberly, Jr., represent- requested the Board to again consider writ-
ing the Chamber of Commerce of' Port St. nig said Department a letter of recommen-
Joe, appeared before the Board and dis- dution as heretofore requested. After much
cussed the possibility of the County con- discussion, the Board instructed the Clerk
structing and maintaining a landing strip to write a letter to said Department stating
for airplanes; and said that the strip should why the County cannot expend public funds
be 4,000 ft., by 300 ft., with at least 3,400 for said Department and recommended what
ft. by 125 to 150 ft. paved. After much step must be taken before the County can
discussion, the Board instructed the attor- give any financial help.
ney to look into the matter of financing All payrolls for the month of August
such a project and report to the Board -at were approved and ratified as paid.
an early. date. The; following amended resolution was
G. 0. House, Farm Forester for the Chi- duly adopted:
pola Woodland Management Project filed AMENDED RESOLUTION
his report with the Board and stated that Whereas, Burley E. Parked, Jr., and Alma
he was being transferred to another Dis- Lee Parker have heretofore, petitioned the
trict and that Ralph Corbitt has been em- City of Wewahicthka, Florida, to close 5th
played to replace him in this District. Street, between blocks 16 :nd 17 in Gulf
The following letter received by the County Land Company SubH ivision in the
Board was ordered copied into the minutes, City of Wewahitchka, Florida; and
to-wit: Whereas, the City of Wewahitchka -has
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH heretofore,' on the 18th day qof August 1960,
Port St. Joe, Florida adopted a resolution closing 'said street, af.
September 7, 19600 ter due Notice was published in a newspa-
Board of County Commissioners per of general circulation, balling for ob-
Att. Mr. E. C. Harden, Chairman sections; and
Gulf County Whereas, the same appears to be for the
Wewahitchka, Florida Lest interest of the said city and county;
Gentlemen: NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by
In The Star of August 25 there appeared the Board of County Commissioners in reg-
a report on road work under consideration ular session duly assembled, that the Reso-
by the County and at the bottom of the lution of the City be, and the same is here-
article there was mention of a request from oy approved; 5th Street, between blocks 16
the First Baptist Church, Port St. Joe for and 17 in Gulf County Land Company Sub-
thlie paving of a parking lot. In regards to division in the City of Wewahitchka, Florida,
this, the Deacons of our church asked me to be and the same is hereby closed, vacated
wi ite you this letter and request you to not and abandoned; and the same is herewith
consider this project any further. It is returned to the owners of the adjoining land
against the principles of our church to use and the Resolution of the City of \v.. -
any tax money for church benefit. hitchka heretofore adopted on the I li, .ia)
We appreciate so much your kindness in of August, 1960 closing and.vacating said
considering the request for the paving and streets be and the same is hereby approved
we regret the misunderstanding, and ratified.
With best wishes to each of you, I am Adopted by the Board of County Corn-
Sincerely yours, nissioners of Gulf County, Florida, this
0. BYRON SMITH, Pastor 13th day of September, 1960.
First Baptist Church Board of County Commissioners
Port St. Joe, Florida of Gulf County, Florida
A plat of Douglas Landing, Unit One was By ,E. 0. HARDEN, SR.
presented, examined and tentatively approv- Chairman


ed and accepted, subject to the Iand ov
ers filing the extra copies as required
this Board.
The Board directed the Clerk to be
paying Mary Porter $10.00 per month fi
Indigent Funds.
The Board directed the Clerk to pay
sie Lind $45.00 for nursing Mrs. Wi
Strange.
The Hon. J. C. Martin, Judge Si
Claims Court, requested the County to
his utility bills for the period August 19
to July 1960, in the amount of $130.20 a
to continue paying said bills each mon
The Board wanted to pay said bills, 1
because of the possibility that it may r
be legal to do so, directed the attorney
check the law and report at the next me
ing.
The City of Port St. Joe requested t
County to pay over the balance due fr
taxes collected within said city for
Road and Bridge Fund in the amount
$969.12 and also requested any funds d
said City from the St. Joseph Fire Cont
District. After discussion, there was a
tion by Comm. Cooper, seconded by Co
missioner Tharpe and unanimously carri
to pay the City of Port St. Joe $969.
from the Road and Bridge Fund and $779.
from the St. Joseph Fire Control Distric
The Board discussed the purchase of
bookkeeping machine for the County, af
which there wiss a motion by Comm. Cot
er, seconded by Comm. Strickland and ur
nimously carried, to advertise for a boc
keeping machifie that has the capacity
keeping all county records. Bids to be
ceived until September 27, 1960, at 6:
pm.
The Road Superintendent presented a p
posed form to be used in keeping the. c
of all road projects. This matter to be cc
sidered at a later date.
The Board discussed paying some of t
funeral expense for Mrs. Nora McDaniel.
was determined that no funds were ava


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ATTEST:
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gin ROAD and BRIDGE FUND
om S September 13, 1960
St. Joe Hdwe. Co., Sup. ........ 105.OQ
Ro- 1'. F. McDaniel, Sup. ............. 1.15
ilie A!vin McGlon Garage, Parts ...... 17.71
Culft Coast Elec. Coop., Serv .... 12.72
St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Serv. ......... 27.65
"all Keenan Weld. Sup., Sup. ....... 14.73
pay St. Joe Bldrs. Sup. Co., Sup. ....... .5.10
59, Panama Generator Co., Parts .... 52.95
and St. Joe Mtr. Co., Parts ... ....... 27.31
.th. Bildwel Sup. Co., Sup.. .......... 17.18
but St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Parts ..... 239.75
not Cnardkoff & Co., Sup. ........... 0u.uu
eto Bay Mach. & Weld. Co., Parts .... 43.v6
et- George Y. Core, Recording inst. .. 87.55
the Bill Lester, Labor .............. 9.00
the Pate Service Center, Gas, sup. ..... 80.74
om Floyd Chev. Co., Parts ............ 4.72
the Standard Oil Co., Gas & oil .. 63.15
of Everhart Eng. Equip. Co., Parts .... 12.50
lue Seabrook Mach. Co., Parts ...... 120.83
r lay-Brooks Mach. Co., Parts .. 441.81
mo- A. E. Finley Tractor Co., Sup. ...... .89
me-, T1yior Sand Co., Sand ............ 17.00
12' Panama Weld. Sup. Co., Parts .... 44.86
82 Harden's Amoco Sta., Gas., sup. ... 26.55
A Gaskin Bros. Lmbr. Co., Lumber .. 183.01
S Burford-Toothaker Trac. Co.; Parts 652.09
te City of Port St. Joe, 'Taxes ...... 969.12
ter George Y. Core, Recording ......... 8.80
op' Gulf Oil Corp., Fuel ............ 79.45
ok- Gulf Co. Ins. Agcy., Ins. ........ 47.76
of GENERAL FUND
re- September 13 1960
30" Allie porter, County Indigent ...... 6.00
ro L. A. Barnes, .... ...... 5.00
ro- C. G. Davis, ................ 10.00
ost Mrs. B. Blackman, ......... 15.00
on- Mrs. M. H. Conger, '.. ........... 10.00
Mrs. 0. V. Sculley, .. .......... If 00
the Grace Dunlay, ........ ...... 10.00
It Eva Pate, . ...... . 10.00
ail- Mrs. W. P. Coleman, ........... 10.00
Drusilla Keel, '. .............. .. 10.00
* Emma Darley, ................ 15.00
Glace Fowler, ................. ..10.00
Al.drey Nunery, ................. 15.00
Winnie Ross, ............. 10.00
Minnie Patterson, .' ........... 12.00
Mrs. H. C. Jones, ............ 12.00
Bessie Dykes, .............. 12.00
Ola Denton, .................. 15.00
Eizabeth Strength, ............. 10.00
May Creamer, ................. 15.00
Jessie Simmons, ............. 15.00
Ethel English, ............... 16.00
Lilie Price, ..... . . .00
L mrs Kemp, ..................15.00
Lcnnie Mae Coley, .............. 1690
A.nnie Hudgins, .' ............... 10.00
Yis. W. W. Walshingham, "......... 15.00
Bell Williams, ................ 15.00
Marie Hobbs, ................... 15.00
Ed Champion, ................. 15.00
Bi.rtha Thomas, .......... I.... 15.00
Sam P. Husband, Juvenile work .... 50.00
"et. Info. Serv., Sup. ............ 9.00
Star Pub. Co., Min., Sap., etc. .... 61.28
WT Edwards TB Hosp, Gulf patients 128.75
Margaret Core, Per diem to finance meet-
ing ........................ 33.00
Rosselle Gaskin, and mileage .... 83.00
1. L. Smallwood, Fire truck sup. .. 32.00
Biceze Pub. Co., Min., Sup. ....... 40.20
E. C. Harden, Sr, per diem and mileage to
Nat. Co. Com. mtg. ........ 139.50
RHbert D. Sidwell, Sup. ........... 12.20
H&,WB Drew Co., Sup. ............ 148.58
Surplus Sales of St. Joe, Sup. ....... 68.00
George Y. Core, per diem to com.
meeting .................. 109.50
Mrs. Emma Stone, Rent on bldg. .. 52.00
Bentley & Simon, Inc, Sup. ....... 66.00
St. Joe Tel. & Tel., Serv. ........ 76.90
Int. Bus. Mach., Sup ............. 44.50
Panama Office Sup, Sup. ........ 26.60
George Y. Core, Court costs ...... 138.05
3. P. Tomlinson Ins. Co., Ins. .. 222.08
Rosie Line, County Indigent ...... 45.00
George W. Cooper, per diem and mileage
to- com. mtg. .............. 237.05
Mary Porter, County Indigent ...... 10.00
Marianna Office Sup. Co., Sup. ....... 8.89
Buzzett's Drug Store, Sup. for mos.
control .................... 9.85
Bildwel Supply Co., Sup ........... 22.13
Burford Toothaker Trac. Co., Parts
for mosquito control ........ 1.10
Gulf Oil, J. V. Gander, Gas, oil .. 411.21
Harden Amoco Serv. Sta., Gas .... 9.94
M. G. ,Lewis & Sons, Parts ......... 45.15
J. Lamar Miller, Parts ............ 65.16
Panama Generator Co., Parts ...... 2.50
Pridgeon Ins. Co., Ins. ......... 86.00
Flayer Motor Co., Parts .......... 9.57
Pate's Shell Serv., Gas, parts .....'. 48.90
St..Joe Pure Serv., Sup. .......... 11.71
St. Joe. Tel. & Tel. Co., Srev. ....... 9.70
St. Joe Auto Parts Co., Parts .... 16.72
St. Joe Bldrs. Sup., Parts ......... 7.41
West Fla. Gas &Fuel Co., Gas .... 14.60
Wewa Hdwe. Co., Sup. ............. 7.50
C. E. Daniell, Refund for cash .... 70.26
West Pub. Co., Sup. ..............7.00
St. Joe Tel. &Tel., Serv. ........ 37.30
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
-September 13, 1960
S. P. Husband, County judge cost .. 285.00
Silas R. Stone, Salary .......... 313.83
R',- E. Green, C6mp, Retire .... 20.00
George Y. Core, Court cost ........ 9.76
Boyd Bros., Sup ............. 28.39
GamC e & Fresh Water Fish Com.,
arrest tickets .............. 20.85
George Y. Core, Record. convict. .. 20.00
FINE and FORFEITURE FUND
September 1, 1960
B E. Parker, Requisition ...... 4,847.00
ST. JOSEPH'S FIRE CONTROL DIST. FUND
Sepetmber 13, 1960
City of Port St. Joe, Pimt. ...... 779 82
FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE MONTH
OF AUGUST, 1960
General Fund
8-1-60 Bank balance ......... 35,174.05
8-1-60 Payroll .............. 3,102.98
8-2-60 Deposit, E. Taxes ...... 498:38
8-2-60 Deposit, Occupation. Taxes .. 18.90
8-9-60 Bills paid ............ 2,378.27
S-15-60 Payroll ............... 1,669.20
8-23-60 Deposit, Ins. Tax ........ 189.15
8-27-60 Payroll ................ 991.00
9-1-60 Book balance ........ 27,739.03
General Fund Pest Control
8-1-60 Book balance ............ 984.69
8-2-60 Payroll ................ 227.00
8--60 Bills paid ......... .... 1,324.32
8-16-60 Payroll ............... 294.00
9-1-60 Book balance ...... ......-860.63
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
S.1-60 Book balance ........ 34,756.11
8-2-60 Bills paid ............ 4,673.00
8-2-60 Deposit, Fines and costs .... 915.62
8-11-60 Deposit, refund ........ 200.00
9 1-60 Book balance .......... 81,198.73
Road and Bridge Fund
8 1-60 Bank balance .......... 26,400.25
8-1-60 Payroll .............. 2,277.22
8 2-60 Deposit, R. E. taxes ...... 197.77
-'-60 Deposit, Gas tax ........ 1,512.83
8 8-60 Deposit, Refund ........ 150.00
8- 9-60 Bills paid ........... 3,564.76
8-11-60 Deposit, Trans. taxes ...... 28.77
8-15-60 Payroll.............. 2,474.27
8 ?2-60 Bills paid ................ 73.20
SS-24-60 Deposit, Gas tax ...... 3,001.82
9-1.60 Book balance ........ 22,901 99
Health Center I & S Fund
8-1-60 Bank balance .......... 13,600.00
9 1-60 Bank balance .......... 13,500.00
Capital Outlay Reserve
8-1-60 Bank balance .. .. 24,833.00
S'8-11-60 Deposit, Retire. of bond 10,250.00


9 1-60 Bank balance ........ 35,083.00. 9, 1 6 "
-Beacon Hill Beach Dist. Fund TH TAR, Port t. Joe, Pla. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1960
2-1-60 Bank balance..............500.00 agM
9-1-60 Bank balance ........... .500.00 or Job Printing It's
St. Joe Fire Dist. .. .r Yu
81-60 Bank balance...........779.82 T H E S T A R e Star Brings News of Your Neighbors
3-1-60 Bank balance ........... .779.82


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S, "". 1961 FORD GALAXIE CLUB
VICTORIA-BEAUTIFULLY BUILT
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YOU MAY WIN ONE OF 12 1961 FALCONS


TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE -



I Register at your NEIGHBORHOOD FORD DEALER'S


j Thursday, Sept. 29 through Saturday, Oct. 1


S1. To be eligible to win one of the 12 completed entry form in the box
new Ford Falcons, visit your neigh- marked "Dealer's box," on the Ford
borhood Ford Dealer on Thursday, Dealer's showroom floor... and deposit
HERE'S ALL YOU Sept. 29, Friday, Sept. 30, or Satur- the other half of your completed entry
day, Oct. 1 and-on the official entry form, the "Judges' stub," in the box
HAVE TO DO form-list what you consider to be marked "Judges' box," also nearby.
the 3 most important features of the & Everyone 18 years old, or older, is *eligble

TO QUALIFY FOR '61 Ford models. Then, fill in the to participate except Ford Dealers'
TO I UALIF FR. remainder of the form and sign it. No employees and their families-Ford
purchase is required. Determination Motor Company Sales Department
| ONE OF THE 12 of winners will be based on freshness personnel and their families-and
and clarity of thought. In case of a members of the Ford Dealers' and
FREE FALCONS tie, duplicate prizes will be awarded. Ford Motor Company's advertising
This program is subject to all Federal, agencies and their families. Should
SState, and local regulations. eligibility of an entry be questioned
"- 2. Deposit the "Dealer's stub" half of your the decision of the judges will be final.


S-'' ... YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WINI
Winners will be announced in this newspaper following official determination. Winners who buy a new
1961 Ford during the contest period have their choice of receiving a new Ford Falcon, as described In
j* the following sentence, or a cash prize equal to the dealer's cost of such a Falcon. Ford Falcons to be
I given away will be Tudor Sedans equipped with radio or heater.

I 'See the Classic Ford Look for 1961 at"


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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 MrS Minnie Stewart Honared With


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SUNFIGITERS
OFABILENE
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.W.ASW THl UNTED AITIST


Stork Show Thursd(
Mrs. Minnie Stewart was honor-
ed with a stork shower at the
Ohurchs of the Nazarene on Th-urs-
day, 'September 22.
The guests enjoyed games and
delicious refreshments during the
evening.
ThoSe present were: Mrs. Edna
Strange, Mrs. W. B. Dykes, Miss
Betty Dykes, Mrs. Caar, Mrs. An-
nie Porter, Mrs. Dolores Manoran.
Mrs. Allen Norris, Mrs. Jennie Al-
len, Miss Bettiy Blackwell, Mrs. J.
A. Blackwell, Mrs. Wright, Mrs.
Betsy Wilson, Mrs. Burnice Young,
Mrs. Ruth Neel, Mrs. Minnie Jones,
Mrs. Allie Porter, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
C. G. Oostin, Sr., Mrs. Davis, Mrs.
,Violet Rauckman, 'Mrs. J en', le
Dykes, Mrs. Hazel Sims, Mrs. Ruth
McCormiok, Mrs. Rosie Lind, Mrs.
Bessie Dykes, MTs. Hazel Harrel,
Mrs. Minnie Gay, Mrs. Connie Gay,
Mrs. R. F. Scheffer, Mrs. Mianie
Porter and Mrs. Doris Gwailtney.

*CA


MIr. and Mrs. Elibert Jiunior Basx-
'ley of 1511 Monument Ave., an-
nounce thie birth of a son, Terry
Franklin, on Septemiber 20.
Mr. -and' Mrs. Victor Joel Gort-
maan of' We'wahtbchkac announce the
;birth of a son, Jimmy O'Neal oni
September 21.
Mr. a Lnd' 'Ms. Houston Edward-
Ramsey of 519 Third .Street anm-
nounce the birth of a daughter, De-
anna Dolores on September 22.
(All births occurred at the
Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
Want Ads Get Resalts


Margaret Martin In Choral Club-


a


towship is'a candy pulling.
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Guests of Dawsons
Recent guests in the home of the
Maurice Dawsons. were Mrs. Daw-
sons' mother, 'Mrs. Beatrice Baker
of Alma, Michigan and' Mr. .and
Mrs. Fred- Gotham 'and daughter,
Carol, 'of Jackson, Michigan. They
returned home after a 12 idiay visit.

NOTE OF GRATITUDE
For al ,'O the igraiduis gestures
and many aots of kirdnidess that
were 'extended nout'husbiand and fa-
tther, Noriman Allemor.e, Sr., during.
his last illness, and to us in 'our
recent Ibereavement, we wish to ex-'
Ipress most heartfelt gratitude with
deep sincerity.
'Mrs. Norman' Allemore, Sr.
Norman. Aliemnore, Jr.
Jiaare Allenmore Allen .

"O CHURCH SUNDAY I
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Spicy Raisin Drops .--crunchy with corn meal and tangy with
ginger will soon be number one on your family's list of cookie
favorites.
Treat the cookie jar and the school lunch box to a tasty sur-
prise. Fill them up with Spicy Raisin Drops-a sure hit with the
hungry horde constantly.invading the kitchen for handouts.
These crisp, spicy cookies can be mixed, ready to bake almost
before you know it. The reason's no secret--it's in the enriched
self-rising: flour, coupled here with enriched self-rising corn
meal. The name "self-rising" means time and energy saved in
any' recipe, for there is no need to measure and resift the
eveningg .and salt with the dry ingredients. The correct amounts.
tre already blended into the flour and corn meaL Besides "Sim-2'
Dlicity 'and efficiency, enriched self-rising products give Spicy
Raisin Drops extra nutritional values of Iron, calcium and B,
Vitamins.
With such convenience, in a few quick steps you'll have a cookie
lar full of these crunchy cookies with the zesty-ghiger flavor.
Better make lots. They're guaranteed to disappear-quicl
SPICY RAISIN DROPS
3/ cup butter 'or margarine 1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 cup brown sugar V teaspoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup enriched Nif-riu
1 egg corn meal- -
1 cup sifted enriched self- 1 cup raisins
rising flour '
Cream butter or margarine and sugar. Add vanilla ie*rct.
Add egg and beat well. Sift together flour and spices. Add'cordn
meal to flour mixture. Add dry. ingredients to creamed mixture
gradually. Add raisins. Mix well. Drop by 'teaspoonfuls on lightly
greased baking sheet. Bake in hot oven (400 F.) 8 to 10 minutes.
Makes- 5 dozen cookies.


-- Fancy Meats, Groceries and Vegetables -


RICH'S Super MARKET
(FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE ---- ON HIGHWAY 71)
U! AT WHITE CITY, FLORIDA
U THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE-TUES., WED., FRI., and SAT. Closed Thursday

o Q UBecause of Low, Low Prices .. The LISTEN TO RADIO WJOE
0 A NTIT-Y I I daily for our
QUANTITY 'IS LIMITED' EXTRA SPECIALS!


The Tattler '


Sept. 22 Miss Margaret Martin, daughter 'the ChoralOlub 'at Flora MaeDoW-
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 'Martin, 'was ad College.
chosen last week as a member of-I One of the requireif0iti1fo:
Beach Youth __....
: pic y ga isin Drops
FeloWship Meets

Th7 Methodist Youth Fellowship '
of the First Methodist Church of
Mexico Beach held their fGellowship "
hour 'on Tuesday night, Septembe, -
27 at the 'Methodist parsonage
with a peanut boiling.
Those present were Ruth Vick-
ery Shirley Ayers, Susie and Car-
roll Huribert, Sandra Sims, Sliar-
on Robert&on, Sharyn Sutherlanu d, .t
Jimmy Sim, A'l'an W. Guttersen,
Earl and Neal Brown agid Rev: :.nd
Mrs. J. C. Brown.
Several games were played and .
cookies and candy .with punch was
served' for refreshments.
The ,plans for next month's fel- A


BOLES
Manager
JIMMY STEPHENS
ngerie and Hosiery
end'ss Readyto-Wear
Fs' Wear and Showe
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ATTENTION, Mr. and Mrs. Everybody!
Starting Thursday, September 29 Ending On
Saturday, October 1 Boyles Reckless Storewide

10 Per Cent CASH REFUND SALE!
Yes, a complete profit SHUT DOWN for Boyles, designed
to aid our friends and customers, especially those who have had
only part time work for many months. We need the cash to pay
our bills .. You need to save on your clothing needs. To heek
with profit... on vith business!
Dear friends: ,'the ponit: "Thy kingdom come";
Wit, you read the paragraph let the reign of Divine Truth, Life
above the second ,time? It's truly a and Love b'e ,established in e, and
REOORD SAVINGS EVENT that rule out of me a sain; land may Thy
happens only .a sew tines in ,the Word enrichh the sftections of all
lifetime of a business Yes, mankind, land' govern them. (quot-
you'll get a 10 per cent CASH RE- ed).
FUND on every purchase Ev- The 'lighter ,side of selling: Otu-
ery sdigle item in Boyles packed itoamer (at almond counter) "Who
store included. During August and attends. Ito the nuts?" Wise Guy:
September we'vrecaeived lover $40,- "Be patient, I'll wait on you in
000.00 in new FWll merchandise a minutee" Youn'g Lady: "I want
Individiially and carefully 'selected ,to 'see some gloves'" .Salesman:
to meet your 'needs. All Top Val- "What kind', kid?" Young Lady:
ues of ithe market first quality "Sir, how dare you!"
Style firsts to make you, happy It was a real pleasure to wait..m.
and render permanent satisfaction. a friend and' his 'wife recently for
Remember, this sensational ash a uit Dan liked one suit, his
Refbund Sale 3 days only Thurs- wife Ifked another .. they sett-
day, Friday and Saturday. You led it (by. buying both swite a
can't afford to miss it! congenial, happy couple!
Maybe you 'do not ,expect to read iSEE YOU AT BOYLES BIG
a Dally Prayer in this' column but CASH REFUND SALE THURS-
h'er's one I tke, brief and right to DAY. S'long. RGB
membership into 'the Olub was are__e__nrae___
high score on' their entrance plaace- ----------- --_
.magat test Ws 'a nem er I te For Job Printing It's

Port St. Joe Higth School Band' for THE STAR
five y.eardi Thii Is her freshman ". _,-
Sar ic- Ft -1o MacoMnalo d in Red -
Springs, North Carolina.
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FLA. or ALA., Grade 'A'


Fryers29c
WITH $5.00 ORDER

Choice or Premium ROUND LB.


STEAK


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CRICKETS
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Groceries Drinks

T. W. DAVIS
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CHOICE or PREMIUM C
T-BONE STEAK 1"LB
CHOICE or PREMIUM A C
New York Steak "LB.

Choice or Premium CHUCK LB.


ROAST


49c


CHOICE or PREMIUM C
PORTERHOUSE LB."


APALACHICOLA Pint


Oysters 79c


APPLES 1g. 2Qe

ONIONS bag

Box of a Dozen C
Jumbo PIES 39


FREE BOX GRITS
WITH THE PURCHASE OF 2 DOZEN

Large doz

EGGS 59C


Idaho French Frying C'
Sweet Potatoes LB.
Selct PotatoPs


Swift Worthmore Sliced Tray Pack LB. 1
NABISCO C
BACON 49c RITZ 12 oz. 29
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ALL DAY WEDNESDAY ONLY, SEPT. 28th


Copeland's Best Flavored C
PICNICS 29LB.

Peas, Okra B.

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Hickory Smoked Slab C
BACO N 9LB.*


BISCUITS


MARIGOLD
OLEO


lb. 13c


Choice and Premium C
SIRLOINS 69 1L
Choice and Premium C
49L.
CLUB STEAK 4,cB
Good Selected Brisket $1000-
4 Lb. STEW I..OO


FOr2cIf INCt AMCS-LGrs o60 t

City Restaurant
At the Bus Station

SHRIMP BOXES
CHICKEN BOXES
FISH BOXES
Phone your order In and It
will be ready when you arrive.
PHONE BAll 7-5431.


DO YOU LIKE

TO BOWL _
Come Any Evening
You and your friends can now
enjoy this popular pleasant game
of
OFFICIAL
ABC SCORING *
BOWLING
MACHINES *

REGULATION'
10 FRAME 4
GAME 10c

* Plan now to enjoy an evening
of relaxing, pleasant recrea-
tion at least once a week.
Bring 'the family, bring your
* date, bring the children.
EVERYONE CAN PLAY
Golf Bowling Games Music

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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)

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor


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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sixth Street Rev. Boyd B. Underwood, Minister


WORSHIP SERVICES
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
"The Empty *OCup" 11:00 A.M.
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP .......--....- 6:30 P.M.
"Monrtaicn Movers" 7:30 P.M.
Prayer Service, Wednesday 8:00 P.M.


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Workshop Being Sponsored For

Kindergarten Workers In Bay County

A one day woralhop sponsored Harlan and Miss Susie Whitener
by the Bay County Ktidergarten in charge of the child Development
und Nursery School Association Kindergarten and Nursery School
wil :be held, 'at the Trinity Luther- on campus at Florida State Univer-
an Church at lth Street and Bal- alty. The discussion, "What mvery
bom Avenue In Panana City on Sat- Child Needs" is open to all Kinder-
wrday, Octolber 1, trom 9 an. to garten, play school and Nursery op-
1 p. m. erators and teachers, Sunday
Instructors 'wIl be Miss Harriet School teachers, parents, amd any-






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Wimberly Motors,Ilnc.
201 Monument Ave. Phone 7-3411
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0% who a ste aBta to or Who
works with the "'tmder V age child.
The only charge for the 'orkA -
Is $1.00 to be ald a& ,regfstra-
twon tee.
There -will b. ae-ftee-break dur-
ing the discusio.


Music Asociation

Enrolling Members

The Panama City Music Associa-
tion opens its membership drive
Monday, October 3 for one weak,
ending October 8.
Opening this season's concert
-series will Ibe the 'world-famous pi-
ano dulet Jose Itunbi and his sister,
Ampare Iturbi. Two other boo--
ings are the St. Louis Symphony
with soloist and the Ballet Russe
de Monte Carlo appearing in Feb-
-ruary 1961. The fourth concert has
not yet been booked.
Application for membership caun
be made by contacting Mrs. Jean
Atchison, Mrs. F. K. Olark or Mrs.
Gannon Buzzett. Membership 'is
$7.50 for adults and $3.00 for stu-
dents for the entire our-conc'rt
season.
Admission to all Civic Music As-
sociation performances is limiAtd
'to members only amnd there will be
1no .ticket sales At 'the door. All con-
certs will he held in the Civic Au-
:dioiumn.
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James Sapp, Jr.

Enlists In Air Force
James S'aTpp, Jr., .19, so. of Mr.
ard Mrs. James Sapp, 225 Avenue
A, Port St. Joe, was enlisted in t1" .
United States Air Force a, Mont-
gomnery, Alabama, Thursday, Sep.
,tember 22 through the Panam .;ity
office, wcord-ing to M-Sgt 0. L.
Blair, oa hat office. James waa as-
signed to Lacklaiid Air Force Base.
San Ant: ,r.o, Texas, 'where he will
undergo basic military training 'At
iter which he wi-l, be assigned to
one of b e operaitonal or training
units of the Aerospace Force, Blair
sald. He 'was 'enlisted in the Ad-
niihiistrati've field. -
James is a graduate of the Wash-
ington High School, el lss 6t 100.
He also attended 'the Florida A. &
M College at Tallahasdee. He stat-
'ed that he was going to tako ad-
vantage of the educational program
to turtheir his educational level
'while ,in the Air Forces.


Letter Writing

Week Coming Up

The 23rd amn~ual Letter Writing
Week will be celebrated in Port
St. Joe during the week of October
2 to 8, it was announced this week
-by Postmaster Chauncey Costin.
Postmaster Oostin noted that
there has been, a revival of person-
al letter writing during the last
few years. "A letter remains the
most 'economical, longest lasting,
and, sincerest means, of extending
greetings, communication social
news, amnd exchanging ideas," the
Postmaster said.
During Letter Writing- Week,
Costing suggested ,that individuals
write at least two letters: one to
a friend -or realtive from whom you
-have not heard in a long time, and
a second as at reply to a friend. or
relative Iwho recently wrote to you.
He also urged correspondence with
people in other countries as a
means of promoting greater under.
-standing among the- people of dif-
ferent nations.
The slog-an of tis year's event,
as indicated on more ,than 200,000
(banners, is "Letters are Links to
Friendship." This display material
will appear on post office bulletin
boards, rural carrier vehicles, as
well as in various schools and ti-
braries.
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Young Matron's

Circle Meets
The Young Matron's Circle of
the First Baptist 'Church was held
,at the home of Mers. George Pad-
gett.
b The meeting -wis ca'led to order
iby M'rs. Cliff Ellis in ab sene of
our chaiinm.n, Mrs. Robert W-ittie.
Mrs. Ellis read an article taken
from the Royall Service ma ,zi.ne
called, "Hold Your Tongue" and
rhen led in prayer.


The group 'then elected new of-
ficers mfor the coming yea'.
After elceting officers the me--n-
bers received their new WML
yearbooks. The meeting was thor.
adjourned and delicious refresh-
meints were served by thd hostess,
Mrs. George Padgett.


Elementary School

Lunch Room Menu
Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, October 3
Pork and rice, snap beans, cab-
bage slaw, cherry pie, white braedi
and =4lk.
Tuesday, October 4
iAma beans with ham, cheese
'wedges, mustard -greens, apricots,
-hot rolls and milk.
Wednesday, October 5
Hamburgers, buttered corn-, slic-
ed tomatoes, onions 'and dills,
fresh apples and milk.
Thursday, October 6
.Sausage, buttered potatoes, tur-
nlIp greens, stewed prunes, corn-
Ibread and milk.-
Friday, October 7
Macaroni and cheese, English
.peas, lettuce and 'tomatoes, choco-
late ice cream, white b-read and
milk. II

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FOR SAI.E
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles
South of Wewahitchka. Planted
with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
good investment.
-3 acres of waterfront property
located on Creek that flows into
Ideal for fish camp or retirement
home.
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one
block. Priced for good investment.
-Nice home located on Hunter
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 'bath, deep
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 61/2
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
ance on VA mortgage at $57.00
per month.
3 bedroom house at Ward Ridge.
Naenly new, priced to sell.
New three bedroom rouse, in
WewaAtc'hka. Adjoining school
property. Pay owner's equity.
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
3C1 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308
Long Ave. Garage with large
utility room. Phice $7,000.00. Phone
7-5926. tfc-9-22
FOR SALE: Large 3 "bedroom
house. Ideal location-. 2 years
old, air conditioned. 1501 Monument
Ave. (corner 15ht and Monument)
Pione BAli 7-3636 or 7-5771.

K*A -nPCIK klAIN Lu-tAA,


bowling M hines ,uI *vv n~zv,:
Bowling Macnines 2 BEDROOMS, 11/2 BATHS
O e Rt Why pay rent? Enjoy the advan-
O er Rereatio tages anid satisfaction of a new
home. Compare 'the many built-in
extras-: individually heated bath-
The electronic-mechanical maur- rooms; rbuilt-in outlets for gas or
ivel, -the bowling machine, has an re- electric range, phone, T.V., elec.'
cent years tremendously aided dryer, automatic washer, .etc. Ther-
li o e ,h inostatically controlled c enutral
'bowling to 'be &the popular, growing heating; separate utility room plus
sport at is. The bowing machine many more desired custom built
has made it possible for millions features. Ideal for small family or
to enjoy bowling who ordinarily couple. Low down, p nt. balance
could not have played the regu-a- like ret $75 month includes prin-
cipal and interest. Will consider
tion game. With ,the smaller, light- lot or acreage as part trade. See
er ball in use on these bowling al- -the pint1 house on Rachel Dr., 'at
-leys, the elmination of 'the chore Mexico Beach, just off Hiway 98.
of score-keeping, the amousni Owner next door or see your agent.
low cost (as little as 10c) has MrALE HELP WANTED: Men over
made it possible for all members 65. Excellent opportunity to add
of the family to play t game. $25-$50 monthly to your social se-
of he ily o ulay rite gane. y payments. No experience, in-
BowUing machines are a featured' vestment, car or special -ability re-
attraction at the Jolly Golf Fun' quired. Work when, where you
Center at Mexico Beach. Rain or please. Write: Doubleweair Shoe
Co., 315 *E. Iake, Minneapolis 8,
shine you can bowl 'any evening 315 E. Lake, Mie p 8,
(6 to 12) and Saiturday and Sunday


from 1 to 12. Here is a delightful
recreation facility veeryone can
'enjoy. Bring the family; bring your
date; bring your friends. Have an
evening of fun and pleasure at
least once a week or more often.
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CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT{ Gulf Service Station.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port
St. Joe, Fla. tfc-4-14

FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
aLtractively furnished apar t-
bnits. Cool in. summer, warm in
winter. Gas heat, window fans.
They have to 'be seen ,to.be appre-
ciated. Also nice Trailer parking
seace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9133. Wi-
m0oo Lodge Aparfients and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfc-6-2
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment, upstairs. Water
furnished. $35.00 `mo. Phone 7-8642,
inquire at 1904 Garrison Ave. tic
FOR RENT: 3 untfrnished houses
at St. Joe Beach. 1 3,bedroom
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. ttc-8-12
FOR RENT: Furnished and unafur-
nished houses. $35.00 per mno. and
up. Beach -lots for sale, $9.98 down,
balance easy. CalJ 648-4352 or BAll
7-7771. tfc-9-.
FOR RENT: Downstairs apartment
furnished. 1505 -Monument Ave.
Phone 7-5771. tfc-9-15
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house at .St. Joe Beach. $60.00
mo. Phone 7-7521 or see Bill Car-
ver. 2tp
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 lbed-
room, house on 7th St. Phone
7.3856. tfc 9-22
FOR RENT: Spacious four rooam
downstairs (furnished apartment.
Call 7-4481 or 7-4261. itc
FOR RENT: Uniiurnished two bed-
m oom house. 1305 Woodward Ave.
Call 7-7396, 'Mrs. B. 0. Gaillard..
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished
house. 1317% Long Ave., Mrs. C.
W. Long, Phone 7-3974. 1[tc
ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION for
right man. Oil distributorship
available in Apalachicola. Above
average ,income for minimum in-
vsetment. Write R. W. Schrei-ner,
P. 0. Box 1551, Pensacola, 3tp-9-22


TAKE UP PAYMENTS on 1960
Ford' Galaxte. Low mileage. Low
equity. Call 7-4926.
FOR SALE: Six-pc. living room
suite; apt. size gas range, deluxe
model., Wizard refrigerator, 5-pc.
breakfast 'suite, almost new. Call
NEwton 9-2773. Itp
BUY SELL TRADE
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE
112 Mon. Ave. Phone 7-4051
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
1710 Panm Bkvd. Two years old.
Living room drapes, garbage dis-
posal included. Call BAhl 7-2311.
FOR SALE: Coin operated self-
serwice laundry. Doing 'good busi-
ness. Owner has other interests,
reason for selling. Sma'll down pay-
ment, balance financed for 36 mos.
at 6%. Call Mr. Baker, Apalach
Motel, Apalachicola. 3.t0-9-15
FOR SALE: 3 -bedroom concrete


CaNl Bruce Dwigglns, BARl 7-2296.
L.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00 615 Mri ABA 7-2296e.
hour. Cut your lawn.and let me
worry with upkeep of -mower. Gulf CHAIN LINK FENCE: For free
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin- estimate call C. W. Long. BAll
son, Phone :-74001. 7-3914. tf-7-28


Private party has some limit-
ed funds to invest; will con-
sider a loan on your lot or
acreage or will buy. Please
give full description and loca-
tion of property and amount
wanted. Write P. 0. Box 124,
Mexico Beach Station, Panama
City, Fla.
CHILDCRAFT WORLD BOOK En-
cyclopeida. For information call
BAll 7-2351. 4tp-9-15
CHRISTMAS CARDS: Over 350
name imprinted 'cards, business
and personal, to choose from at a
10% discount -i selected -before
October 1. Come by or call Mrs.
Jacquelyn K. Quarles, 209 Ninth
St., P'ohne 9-1691. 5tc-9-1
MOVING AND STORAGE across
town or across the nation. Ag-
ents for Mayflower. Call- us, or see
us for free .estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Mon-
ument Ave. Phone 7-4051. 4tc-8-18
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
and floor polishers. Sales and
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Mc-
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
BAll 7-3781 tof
CARPORTS, screen porches, pa-
tios anda' cabanas. For free esti-
maltes, call C. W. Long, Phone
7-3974. tfc-8-25
FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
tfc-5-26
FOR SALE: "VaTalbond" 28' 6"
cabin cruiser, sleeps 4. 'Chrysler
marine. B. Roy Gibson, BAll 7-5771.
GOVERNMENT
SURPLUS SALES
NOW anyone can buy DIRECT
from U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR-
PLUS DEPOTS, by mail for your-
self or for resale. am-eras, binoc-
ulars, car-a, jeeps, truck's, boats,
hardware, office machines and
equipment, tents, tool's and, tens-
of-thousandis of other Items at a
fraction of their original cost.
Many items brand new. For list
of hundreds of U. S. Government
Surplus Dpeots, located in every
State and overseas with pamphlet
"How Government Can Ship Direct
To You," plus procedures, HOW
TO BUY and how to get FREE
SURPLUS, mail $2.00 to SURPLUS
SALES INFORMATION SERVICES
Box No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
trick expert service. tfec
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED lu
saving money see us for anything
you need in your home. STOP and
SWAP SHOP.
FOR SALE: 25 foot cabin cruiser
with 65 bp motor. Sleeps two,
head, galley, $1200.00. See B. Roy
Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.


SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
0. F.-Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
regionn Hall. All members urged o
attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop
fi. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, -R. A.
I., 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
ing brothers welcome.
David H. Jones, High Priest.
Joel Lovett, Secretary
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.


ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M. I
POPE FENDLEY, Sec.
All Master Masons cordially invited


THE STAR, Port St. Joe, F1Ia THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1960


A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association
HEADACHE: THE MOST
COMMON ILLNESS
Headache is the most common
illness afflicting mankind and
rare is the person who has not
experienced one. It is a com-
plaint heard frequently by phy-
sicians and it is estimated that
more money is spent on drugs
for its relief than for any other
l-111na n ailm ent. .
The frequency and severity of
headaches determine the extent
to-which they incapacitate per-
sons. Because of the countless
types of headache ranging from
the common, mild nuisance vari-
ety to headaches of great intens-
ity, each case is a separate chal-
lenge to the diagnostic skill of
the physician.-- .
The physician needs informa-
tion which can be obtained only
through careful anc detailed his-
tory volunteered by the patient.
Questions to be ans.vered about
the headache include its dura-
tion, location, frc4uency and
time of occurrence, intensity and
progress, and its relation to oth-
er functions. It may be impor-
tant for the physician to learn
something about the emotional
stress under which the patient
may be.living.
There are frontal headaches
which may be due to sinusitis,
defects in vision, eyestrain, and
neuralgia. Headaches- on one
side niay be characteristic of mi-
graine and disorders of the ear.
Occipital headaches (those in
the back of the head) can be
Symptoms of meningitis, brain
Lmnor, uremia a-.d kidney ldis-
ease. But generalized headaches
ar; the mast common and thei:
ca' -cs are various.
S A s)iin and other pain-reliev-
ing drugs can offer scma m c::?i t
in many cases cf hcadache-s butt
th-ere are a!o h.a.a.chcs, th- re-
quire extensive and s'-ecic h-lp.
A physician' shi ll always he
consulted to d e'crm':ie ': :-
tent of -:-'-cus' s cf x.:"'t
causes tl.2 bca:'


LEGAL ADVERTISING
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The Gulf County Board -of Pub-
lic Instruction- (hereinafter referr-
ed to as ,the "Owner'), Gulf Courity
Court House, Wewaahitchka, Fdloj
ida, will receive sealed bid's up tb
11:00 A.M. (CST), October- 20, 196D;
at which time and place they will
be published 'and read aloud, for
the construction of:
WEWAHITCHKA ELEMENTARY.
SCHOOL (JOB NO. 014)
To be erected on site at Wewa-
bitch.ka and comprised of five class-
ropms&, toilets and boiler-storage
room; one story, block construc-
ticn, pre-cast concrete roof system,
poured-in-place concrete floor slabs,
including plumbing, heating and
electrical w o r k; approximately
4500 square feet.
Plans, -specifications and other
contract 'documents 'may 'be inspect-
ed -at -the offices of owner or ar-
chitect 'and may be procured from
B. W. Hartman, Jr., AIA Architect,
4717 S,'uth Lakewood Drive, Pana-
ma City, Florida., General Contrac-
tor[ rmay oibtain- one (1) set upon
$35.00 deposit which will be refund-
ed only to those submitting a bona
fide bid -and returning in good con-
di'.on the ;set issued them within
10 day-s after bid opening. General
contractors returning sets but not
bidding, will have all ;but $10.00 of
deposit returned to .them. General
contractors desiring anore than one
set, or other persons, may procure
documents upon like deposit except
that $10.00 per 'set will be de,.ucted
to cover reproduction cost. Make
deposit checks -payable -to B. \V.
H'artman, Jr., AIA.
Contract documents are on Tile
a+ the following- locations: AG"
Plan Rooms: Pensacola, Tallahas-
see and Panama 'City, Florida. W.
W. Dod-ge Plan Room's: -Mobile and
Birmingham, Alabama 'and Jackson-
ville, Florid-a.
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ci Bid Bond, made payable to Own-
er in amount of 5% of base bid
munnst accompany each bid.
Performance, lab-or and' material
T,''indi and workmen's comnpensa-
tion insurance will be required of
successful bidder.
Owner reserves right to waive
technicalities and to reject any or
all bids.
Except with the consent of owa-
ier, bids may be withdrawn only
prior to time fixed for bid opeaiig
or at any time following thirty (30)
days after date of Ibid opening.
THOMAS A. OWENS, Suqpt.
'The Board -of Public Instruction
Gulf County 4t-9-22
Wewabitchka, Florida

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