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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: October 6, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR

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


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1960


MONEY TALKS-Let's keep
It where we can speak with it
once in a while-Trade with
Your home town merchantal


PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA


MAYOR PURCHASES DUCATS


MAYOR J. L. SHARIT writes out a cheek or Miss Carolyn Starling,
president of the Future Teachers .of America club at the- Port St.
J1ae High School. The check is to.pay .or the first tickets sold by
the club for the movie, "The Fall of the House of Uaser" showing
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday oft next week at ithe Port Thea-
'tre. The club is selling the tickets for a 10c commission from each
ticket. The money will be used to send local FTA delegates to the
state convention and' for .use son Tocal projects. Anyone may pui-
,chase a ticket for this ,movie from. any member of the FTA



Highland View Post


Office To Close



Area Will be Served By Port St. Joe.

Office and Rural Post Office Station

According to Postmaster Ch'aaumcey Costin of Port St. Joe, the Post
Office Department ras directed' that the Highland, View Post Office
be discontinued effective October 31, 1960. Inmlieu thereof a Rural Sta-
tion will ibe established in High-aend View tributary to the Port St. Joe
Post Office which will provide all 'services nonmlally provided' by a small
post office In addition thereto, stin said, a city delivery route would
be established out of his office 'which 'would provide house -to house
delivery of mail and parcel post to patrons of, the Highland' View com-


imuanity.
Patrons who expect to receive de-
divery service to their home or
business 'will be required to provide
a 'suitable mail recepticle accessi-
ble to carrier and' also have their
house numbered, Costin' said'.
,City delivery service was estab-
lished I Port St. Joe on March
1, 1952 with. 548 houses and busi-
n-ess establishments being served,
Costin said, Ibut eight months la-
ter an additional 302 families -were
receiving house delivery and the
number has increased continually
since that time. He stated that it
.would' 'be pactically-imipossble at
this time to handle the volume of
mail passing through the local post
office without this service not to
mention the inconvenience to pat-
rons iby having. to make a daily-
trip to the (post office for their
mail. The station at Highland View
will be located in Player's Super
Market on Highway 98 with S. C.
Player as clerk in charge. It is not
contemplated that post office boxes
will ibe available for rent as all pos-
tal patrons in the area willhave
the privilege of receiving house to
house delivery, Costin said, but for
the few instances where patrons


Star Begins 24th
Year of Publication

Another birthday has "snuk"
up on us here at The Star.
Last week, just before going to
press we started to set the slug
up In the upper right hand cor-
ner denoting the number of this
volume and it was brought home
to us that The Star is now an-
ohter year older.
Last week, The Star began its
24th year of continuous publica-
tion. During that time The Star
has never missed an Issue, and
as far as we know, It has never
been late for its publication
date.


do not quality either ,by failure to
number their house and provide a
mail recepti le, or live out of the
delivery zone, general delivery s'er-
vice wil be "available at the sta-
tion.
Costiln said' that a house iniimber-
ing system was being worked out
and 'would be available to patrons
'a. soon ras possible a-id' in any
event in ample time for conversions
on November 1, 1960.


Sharks Go Down In I


Jee Sharks met their Waterloo ui
the persons of a big bunch of toot-
,ball players from .\lar,.:,rna. Their
Sharh, undefeated up to last week,
dropped their first game lof the
season to Mariannia 25 'o 0.
It was strongly felt, and' some
pre-game predictions indicated the
Sharks were the slight favorit-es in

'that game. It's hard' to tell how
,anybody could ever rate Port St.
Joe over a team like the Bulldogs,
even though the Sharks have given
good account of themselves against
Mariaama in ithe past. It is true that
the Sharks have an excellent "lit-
tle" team, [but it is also true that
Marianna had 'a good '"big" team,
and a good "big" team usually can

Coach Marion Craig called The
Star just before press time yes-
terday afternoon to provide the
information that the football
game in Milton tomorrow night
will begin at 8:00 p.m. Milton
time. This will be 9:00 p.m. Port
St. Joe time. Those planning on
traveling to Milton for the game
should take notice of this time.

defeat a good 'little" team with-
out too much trouble. This proved


'61


City Budget Mills educed


Request Made for More Frequent

Garbage Collection Service 'In City

The Port St. Joe City Commission began work Tuesday
night on a new budget for the year 1961. The new budget will
feature a two or three mill reduction over last year's budget. The
new budget will go into effect on November 1.
No positive action was taken on
the budget draft at Tuesday night's
meeting, but 'all phases of the docu- B. W. Wilder
ment was discussed by the commis-
iot Bypresent. Mayo Automobile
sUoner J. L. Sharit was absent. He Hi e ut b
is attending a convention of the F*
Short Line Railroads this week. Fri y Night
Original Draft Cut 3 Mills
City Auditor and Olerk R. W. B. W. Wilder ,of this city was
Henderson handed the Commission struck by 'a car last Friday night'
copies of .the proposed budget for about 10:30 p.m. near the Port St.
the coming year which featured a Joe High School football field.
three mill cut from -last year's tax
millage. Last year the mnillage for According to local police. Wilder
the Oity 'of Port St. Joe 'was 10.5. was leaving the football: game on
Hederson' first draftof the new foot t and was struck on ;ho new
budget 'called for a village of 7.5. ,section 'of Long Avenue which runs
-Several items in the (budget that ,along ithe -end of the football held
'the Commission discussed chang- by 'an automobile allegedly driven
ing may hike the millage rate up by Roy Collins, also of. this -city.
another mi'l to 8.5, it their wishes 'Police said Collins .was traveling
are incorporated into the budget. South on Long, and .struck Wilder
This would 'still be a two mill cut with the side of his front, tendur
from last year's umillage. A mill mn as Wilder had just crossed the
the City brings in about $9,000.00 in street. The impact knocked. Wilder
taxes., to the ground, and the automob'i'e
Item Left Out kept on going in the direction .of
-Mayor pro-temr, I. C. Nedley pre- Oak Grove. When local, police hip-
sided over the meeting-.and called prehended Collins he. stated that b a
for discussion 'of he budget. was unaware that he had hit any-
Commissipner PrFank Hannon no- body.
ticed that no item hd been includ- Collins was'turned over to the
ed to pay for9 rado telephone ser-
d to pay rado telephone serGulf County's Sheriff's Department
vice to be installed in the City and was charged themwith
and was charged lby them with
police car sometime in November.
hit and run. He was released Sat-
Olerk Henderson said that this was uday morningona500.0 bond.
an oversight on his ar and he Wilder was taken to Municipal
would include It in the redraft.
wo inl asoner Jot in the o e r t Hospital where 'examinaiton show-

Smith questioned' the advisablity of ed that he suffered a broken knee
purchasing a new garbage truck ca, amid cuts and abrasions about
for tihe.city.' He raised the point 'the head. Wilder's knee was oper-
", pree loader-packer is 'ated on Monday and he is still con-
12 years old and' maybe should be fined' to the Municipal Hospital.
replaced. 'Smith questioned: labor
foreman P. W. (Petty about the con- Civitans Make Plans
edition of the present truck. Petty For Future Projects
stated, "It's worn out". Commis-
sioner Nedley made 'the observa- The Port ,St. Joe chapter of Civi-.


tiou that Petty had reported the t
trwck was "worn out" every year
for the past five years and it was
still operatt g.
Henderson reported, to the Com-
mission that he had questioned
the operator of the truck prior to
drawing up the budget and had re-
ceived the report that the truck
and loaderpacker was 'still in "good
shape". '
Request More Pick-up
Wesley R. Ramsey, 'editor of The I
Star asked the Commission to con-
sider another viewpoint in their
garbage track discussion. He 'asked
'that the 'Oommission consider put-
ting another loader-packer in op-
(Continued on Page 4)


First DeAfAt of the


tan international mne at th'e St.
Joe Motel Monday 'night for their
regular meeting. During the meet-
ing 'they discussed various projects
and possibilities of raising money
for financing.
The members of Civitan also
were shown a film on .politics and


NATURAL GAS PIPELINE LAID ACROSS CANAL
NATURAL GAS COMES TO PORT ST. JOE-Sun- was .placed in the water. A dozer on the opposite
day afternooni workmen -pushed the natural gas bank is hooked to 'the pipeline by a cable and is
pipeline to feed' the. Michigan 'Ohemical Company pulling on one end of the long pipe. This line wil
natural' gas iaemos the Gulf County Canal. In the eventually furnish 'Port St. Joe with natural gasa
above picture, a tractor has the pipe in a sling also. Gas was turned on at the Michigan Chemi-
and is easing it into the water. The pipe was cal Company plant yesterday 'afternoon and' their
welded together and' made 'water-proof before it furnaces lighted up with the new fuel.
(Star photo)


Gaskin Lists Causes
Of Delinquency

David Carl .Gasldkin, Gulf County
At Lorney and Juvenile Court Coun-
sel gave the program Tuesday at
the Kiwanis Olub .meeting. Gaskin
spoke on the subject of juvenile
delinquency and what Isa being done
in Gult Counaty to combat this nwen-
ace.
Gaskin stated' that at 'present,
Gulf County now has a budget of
$1,500.00 a year for juvenile court
work. $600 of this goes to the coua-
eel. $600 ,to the judge and $300. or
supplies. Gakin coDmpared this um
with the nationwide total of Mon-
ey, expanded tor costbatting adn
as a result of crime. He said' that
figures show that tor every $1.00
spent for education $1.11 is spent
as a result of crime. For every $1.00
put into church work $9.00 'was
spent to combat and serve up pun-
ishment as a result of crime.
Juveniles in Gult and every oth-
er county in Florida get closed
hearings on their cases. The chil-


Glidden


Expansi4



Expansion Wo0

Effective Mear

The Glidden Company ha
ocal facilities. This expansion
nations to existing equipment
and flexibility.
Alhbougb it is not antics
that the norm'a'l c'omp'lement
erai.ng personnel -will be im
ed, .ere will be somn constnmr
worAk which will require loca
'loyees for a period of 'time.
The plant has been operati
approximately full capacity fo
past nine month's. Although.
riew 'addition will not .ate

schools and a better recrea
n-ogsram could be put into (


voting made possible through- the dren are not prosecuted at these tion. Gaskin also recommended
Ford Motor Company. At the end hearings. They axe held to deter- a full-time juvenile counsel,
of ithe movie, a brief 'summary was nine what 'the cause for the aWP employed to make parole o
made by the club president, David pearance in court shouldd@ be blamed fenders effective. "Effective ]
Nicholson. to.. Gaskin stated. that- in most cacs- supervision can mean the
The Civitan Club members 'are es what is needed to -straighten ence in the direction some o
presently in an attendance cam- the youthful offender out caiiwot era take -after ,their first tria:
paign which 'consists of an- equal ,be done since most of his troubles speaker concluded.
number of members" broken into stem from a toulbled, home life. Guests of the club were
two teams. The losers will treat. Gaskin told 'the Olub ,that the ,Ciubber David Nance and
the winners to a 'steak supper while Florida. School foX r:BoI was. reluc- San, P. Husband of Wewahio
at the same time 'the losers will be tant to take new cases it they
enjoying beans. could possibly get out of it because
The final meting in: this cam- of rowded.condition's there. As a Band Parents To Hear
paign is Monday, October 17 All result most of Gulf's juvenile cas- Two Bands In Concert
members are urged to be present. es are put on probation. "While
Tentative plans are for Coach s is good for the boy it is also There will be a meeting c
Craig to (be the guest. speaker. bad for him because Gulu does not Bnd 'Parents Association I
--- provide for proper parole officer day, October 13 at 8:00 p.m.
District Nurses Meet In supervision. As a result the boy is High School auditorium.
Port St. Joe Tuesday soon back in his old rt's. A concert will be given by
As a 'suggestion for combatting senior, and junior bands. All
The Franklin-Gulf County Di s- this 'blight to society Gaskinm askea csted persons are invited to a
trict Nurses Association held, their 'several questions of the club mnean- b;s concert. No admission w
'monthly meeting at the City Res- bers. "Who did the chores when ca'-gaed 'but all who are inmt
taurant ina Port .St. Joe on October you"'were a child? Who washed the in the Band Parents' Assoc
3 at 8:00 p.m. windows? Who cut the grass? Who will have *an opportunity a'
The guest speaker for the eve- helped, with ,th housework? Who 'tine to join.
ning was Miss Helen McKey, Men- kept the yard clean etc. And then -
ta'l Health Consultant, Florida who does these chores now?" Gas- Lunch Room Menu
State Board of. Health, Jackson- kin offered the opinion that most
ville. She gave D:n interesting and of these chores are now done by Port St. Joe Elemnetary Si
most informative talk concerning b1red personnel thus ridding the Monday, October 10
programming phases of work cov- teen ager of an outlet for his na- Stew beef with vegetables,
ered 'by this Association. tural energy and, relieving him tomatoes, apple crisp, bu
Those attending were: Helen of a sense of responsibility. white bread, and milk.
M'cKey, Jacksonville, Elvester Wall, Getting to the root of another Tuesday, October 11
KEdwina Chauncey and Gladys Cook cause of deliinQuency Gaskin asked' Sloppy Joe on buns, 'bu
of Apalachicola, Viola Walters and whatt wiU. yeu do after work? How corn, lettuce and tomato
Roberta Harden of Wewahitohka, about generation ago where was cake, white bread and milk.
Minerva McLane and Louise Beard your parents at the evening 'meal? Wednesday, October 12
of Port St Joe. Where are you? How much time do Fried chicken, rice, English
The next meeting is to 'be held you spend with your children?" carrot stic ks, sliced pe
in Wewahitchka at the home of The speaker offered' the opinion white bread and milk.
Mrs. E. C. Harden, Jr., on Monday, that parents today are too 'busy for Thursday, October 13
November 7 at 8:00 pn.m. their children and need to give up Blackeye peas, corn beef
-_ t.more of their time tor the chil- tossed salad, jelly, hot roll
To Pensacola dren's welfare. milk.
Mrs. 01Ciff Robbins and daughetr, As a, partial solution to the prob- Friday, October 14
Fran, and Mrs. W. P. Dockery made tem facing the youth today Gaskin Fresh fish, shell macaroni
a business trip to Pensacola Wed- offered the opinion 'that more man- tomatoes, cabbage slaw, ice C
nesday. Iual arts could be supplied by the corn bread and milk.


Announces


on Plans



uld Provide More

is of Manufacturing

is recently begun an expansion to their
n is in 'the nature of additions and modifi-
and 'will primarily increase its efficiency

pated .
of op-' increase the production of the
creas- plant, its prime advantage from
action 'the standpoint of local.-empi yment
1 em- ,,.-. the improvement in itA abil-
,iy to witkhstand' the normal varia-
ng at .tions in raw material supplies anil
or lhba sales volumes.
the Uses By-Products
riailv
The Glidden plant utilizes as its
raw material by-products from the
tional Southeastern kraft pulp mills, of
opera- which St. Joe Paper Company i
i tiha the most important. As required,
or be- raw materials from other mills are
f o0f- Trocured to complete the plant re-
parole quirements.
idLff r"- The past year Inas seen a decided,
ffend- increase in the Lran&portatlon .ib.
i" the imands for incoming and outgoing'
products of the plant. Thisi fiW:
Key been true of Tail, highway and 'wa-"
Judgi ter transportation, 'about one w'ats"
thka. shipment per month having re'..',
ed from their operations. -.r
Plant's Product ""^
The local plant manufaoturef a
variation of naval 'stores proddittl
Its main product is tall oil, which
of the is a compound of rosin and fatty
Thurs- acids. This product h.as a great var-
in the iety of uses such as paints, certain
food fats, rubber, paper, rubber,
y both floor tiles and various other pro-
inter- ducts. Other products of the plant
aitend are rosin, pitch and tall oil heads.
will be
rat.il Intramural Board
t t,1s Names New Officers
The Senior Intramural Board' of
Port St. Joe High School has met
and elected, its new officers for
school 'the 1960-61 school year.


sliced
ttered


They are as boliows: Joe Brvans,
president; Elaine Wood, vice-pres-
ident; Carolyn Kennedy, secretary
and Colleen Burke, treasurer.


] Those elected to represent their
tetred home room are as follows:
salad,' A9, Vestas Suggs iand, Theron
Russ; 9B, Jean Fitzpatrick and
2 'Mike Carbonneau; 9C, Henry Dock-
,pea-, ery; 10A, Eve Rutland; 10B, Betty
ache;, Smith and Wally Dodson; 10C,
Tommy Williams; 11A, Elaine
Wood and Johnny Ray; 11B, Don-
slicos, nie Xoung 'and Mildred Legron-e;
s and 12A, Colleen Burke and' Albert
Ray and 12B, Carolyn Kennedy and
Joe Evans.
i and Each homeroom will participate
cream, in the intramural games being
played during the lunch period.


The Sharks offense was stymied
all 'night long and they were never
'able to get a decent drive going.
Coach Craig, knowing his small
backs and line couldn't operate a
running attack against the Bull-
dogs, chose to play a passing game.
Although 27 phases were thrown by
the 'Sharks, this was not enough
to upset the 'alert Bulldog defense.
Their pass 'defense was 'excellent
'and the big 'charging line kept con-
stant pressure on quarterback Bob
Munn.
Marlianna scored three touch-
'downs in ithe first half; one in the
first quarter and two in the second
getting a 19 to 0 lead at halftime.
It looked ,like it would be a real
rout for the Bulldogs and with
the 'loss of defensive star Jimmy
Dawson by injury in the second'
quarter, things really looked 'dim
for the home team. But the Sharks
played inspired ball in the second
half and the defensive play of
Donnie Young, Joe Whaley, Court-
ney Martin, Howard Lovett, Ches-
lcEy Fensom, Nelson Hall and Jim-
my Wilder contained the. -Marian-
ma team in 'the third quarter. It was
the last minutes of the final quar-
(Continued On Page 4)


TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR


NUMBER 2


Season To Marianna Bulldogs, 25-0

. Last Friday night the Port St. ot be the rule Friday night, also.


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Th t- -Long Avenue Baptist Circles
The Tattler Ladies Discuss Forming New Club
h TPuatllthll b "You-A World Baptist" was the seven members present. A very in- Attend Football Game
Publhed discussed n the ptberteresti ogam wa reened Mr. M. Huert Richards A coffee was held in the home ttn, Mrs. Walter Brown and Mrs,
program meeting of all circles of by the program chairman and a land Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wall at- f Mrs. Braxton Ward-on Septem- Braxton L. Ward.
BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE the Long Avenue aptlst Woman'sbrief business meeting was held. tended the football game in Gaines- ber 29, for the purpose of estaib- After a most enjoyable afternoon,
PHONE BALL 7-421 Missionary Society. The objective Mrs. Frank Pool dismsed the lle last saturday. e n Gai fishing a Friendly Venture Chapter refreshments were serve by the
222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE. FLA. o tohe pOram wAs to aefop an Troup ith ye. f Beta 'Si ma Phi. Beta. Sigma hostess.
Soncer or e spira-t 7:30 in the home o M Davd LONGAVENUE BAPTIST tions answered by the two em- RETURNS FROM VACATION
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a concern for the needs and asplra- lot 7:30 in the home of Mrs. David
Dedicated to Be ig med with a tiosof.-others. It concluded wth Jnekins. Miss Alma Baggett open- BROTHERHOOD MEETS TONITE bhers of Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Dave Mrs. Verna Smith returned home
the idea 'that only Chrf. t ton the ed 'the meeting with prayer. Mrs. The Brotherhood of the Long Jones and Mrs. Edwin Peters. last Friday from a two weeks' va-
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor t arte of en, an bring a tfeelin B. A. mollier intro oed the Royal Avenue Baptist Church will have Twelve women hae sed cation in Orlando. She also visited
Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES SBTORE PERSONNEL justice for all people. by testing the physical vision ofchurch year tonight at 7:30 in the pledge cardl and the rituals are Bill lbersole, formerly of this city.
ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager OCircle One met in the home of those present, and then drawing adult department. being planned. Those attending
SESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS M$s. W. D. Sykes at 9:30 Tuesday .an analogy to spiritual vision. Ana- _-t ,the coffee were: Mrs. Ralph Ward, Visit In Wewahitchka
GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery Mrs. Lee Taylor, Mrs. John. Scott, Mr. and, Mrs. A. E. Joines,-and
Morning with six members Pres-la rd e of four cases of defeMtive vis- In Orlandor.
EARLINE SNELL Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear n nd [s oe f fu o o d ef n BowenMrs. Ever da- Orando rs. teran F ndMsirede Mr.t
S &GUY N. MIDDLETON .... Men's and Boys' Wear and Sheaz ent. The meeting was opened with ion were given Uby Mrs. Cecil Har- Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Porter and Owens, Jr., Mrs. Joe Fortner, Mrs. Jo nes parents, an ted M rs. L. C.
Sp.-..- prayer by Mrs. George Oooper. prison, Mrs. Joe Fortner, Mrs. Tony children are spending [six weeks Guerry Melton, 'Ms. Walter Ow- Joes in WenwTai'tchka rSundMay.
The program wa 'presented by i'Peterman and. Mrs. Jenkins. The in Orlando where Mr. Porter is .es, Mrs. Harrison Hall, Ms. David ay.
Mrs. MI. L. Brit, xMs. T. J. Brax- meeting was closed with Prayer by talking a short course. H. Jones, Sr., M.rs.Courtney Mar-
Today *. BOYLES Opens His Vreatest ton, Mrs. J, 0. IOucas, Mrs. Cooper Mrs. Peternman. Present were Mrs.
and, Mrs. Joe Ferrell. Mrs. Luoas Collier, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Fort-
hn n it y C closed, the meeting with ,prayer. ner, Mr&s. Tho Johnson, Ms. Tom
The next meeting wibl be the sec-|Ford, Mrs. Petermnan, Miss Baggett,
Of Business for Customers Urges People To Vote ond week in October. Mrs. Danny Maddox, Mrs. Clyde
As They Croose In Coming Election and Buy Merchandise Circle Two met Tuesday morning white, Mrs. Roy Helnen, Mrs. Rus- .. .
Where Cash Values and Economy Rule the Roost at 9:30 in the home of Mrs. L. W. sell Goolsby and, one visitor, Mrs. .
Porter at St. Joe Beach. The meet- Cecil Pettis. The next meeting 'will
Yes, my friends, we're in the happen if the same went for hu- ing was opened iby the circle chair- Fbe held October 10 with Mrs. Theo WE'RE IN THE STRETCH FIGHT
stretch, pulling with all our mig.' mans! Suppose Pete would have 'a man, Mrs. Harry McKnight. The Joso W Ron ;:'-
with merchandise values and set booming business! It's a fact that Royal Service program was given,
rice that'll get your CASH VOTE Boyles -shoes are worn in Heldel- and the meeting was dismissed $60,000 IN N LE
permanent LOYALTY and your berg, Gremanay! Four pairs pur- with prayer iby Mrs. J. C. Odusm.
FRIENDSHIP. Relax, stop, look, chased iby Mrs. Anna S'mith to be Present were Mrs. H. F. Hall, Mrs.
listen, read, every word in our exported Ask 'pleasant Mrs. J. C. Odlum, Mrs. Cliff Robbins,
CAMPAIGN PLATFORM. News of Smith how she saved about 8 i % Mrs. McKnight and Mrs. Porter.
local and national significance .. at Boyles! Have you ever made Circle Three met Monday after-
A Savings ,Campaign! Our store is quince jelly? Well, I'm doing j' ac noon ait 3:30 with Mrs. A. P. Mar-
packed with choice merchandise that while jotting out this column. tin. The program on World Vision
our bills are stacked high .we're Our in-laws in Lynchburg gavae us was ipresneted. Those present were iMr. and Mrs. Colemaa McC roy : B
gonna pay 'em with your money some quinces (they look sorta like Mrs. A. P. Jackason, Mrs. J. 0. Ogle, Allen announce the birth of a baby
if you'll vote for economy 'and a crab apple). The jelly has a de- Mrs. Joe Alligoodt, Mrs. H. F. Bar- 'girl, Malinda Vonniell on Septem- F ? .U T M E...S
spend 'freely at Boyles, the house lightful twang .. meet me for 'bee and Mrs. Martin. |bre 28. F. .. ... ,
hat value built! Enuff de on this breakfast and we'llH try it out. I'm a Circle Four met Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Andrew BIG SALE STARTS THURSDAY,
heavy subject. Let's look a few liltle careless and messy in the in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Bate.- Nixon, announce the birth of 'a
0momearts 'at the lighter aside of life kitchen 'and. it's possible the wife man. The program was opened with daughter, Sandra Elaine on ,SeEp- E ,.M..:.E
F'r instance 'birds and bees, and I will have a wrangle before prayer iby Mrs. N. G. Martin. Tak- tember 28. EARLY BIRD CAMPAIGN SALE FEAT
Wish I could feel as gay and happy it's finished. Well, that's not un- ing part onhe program were Mrs. Mr. and M. Jason T. Dykes an- FIRST TIME EVERI-First Quality, Full Fash
early in the morning as our para- usual! But the jelly is! (45 min- Martin, Mrs. Tomr Watd, Mrs. lFred nounce 'the birth of a son, Robert ,. NY ON HO"SE pr.1'
keet, Riobbie. About 6:30 a.Jn. he utes later) The jelly has just jelled Perry and Mrs. Bateman,. Mitchell on October 4. :'.. New shades, 8V2 to 11 Limit 2 pairs to a custom
starts ping (his wings and ,stages a regu- de-li-cions! wi Mrs. L. E. Voss. There were Mr. and Mrs. Oan Thompson .
1Pr baI .. Oh well, he doesn't We'll dose this Tattle iby remind- announce the birth of a son, Lyn- TWO VOTE GETTING GROUPS
have to bother with buying or sell- ing you to [be sure to get aboard day in November. Yours for a oleain don on October 2.
ing no bills to pay! Whatta IBOYLES CAMPAIGN WAGON of honest, truthail campaign mixed' (All births occurred at the FALL DRESSES
life! I've heard a honey 'bee dies ECONOMY TODAY ... 'and 'vote with a small 'amount of B-slinging Port St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
soon after he stings. What wouldfor the (beat man come election Ifor fun and lighter living. -RGB Aidv. W,_ 't Ct it PAY& RACK NO 1
Values up to $7.95-
RACK NO. 2 and
Voted by Owners Values upto$12.75
V.Thrilling, perky cottons in casual and dressy sty'(
Juniors, Misay and half sizes. Natlor'nily famo
See hundreds o' other exclusive dresses by DorI s
e o t ble-F ee MR. NIXON Fair, Peg 'dorfer. Mynette and Henry Rosenfielu.
e Most Trouble-Free ar. priced

We're Caught With the Goods We'r ebrating F
RAMBLER ANNOUNCBetter Voteonthis special Coat and Elected By A HugeMa
RAMBLER ANNOUNCES suital
RATOPPERS, COATS and SUITS PHIL-MAID GOW


STRONGEST GUARANTEE $A24.7 ndp SHORTY PAJAM
/ IECT, ) Almost unbelievable ati
Here's the ballot gimmick: A FREE Blouse
with the purchase of a Betty Rose Coat or
1l ELECT ON Suit... Select a MaoShore ,tyle to oompli-
IN AUTO HISTORY men$1 .
SA HY OTHER COATS and SUITS
NOV. 8th By Miss New Yorker Guaranteed first quality lace
LIFETIME GUARANTEE ON NEW CERAMIC-ARMORED and up A|sorted pastel small, med-u
^ j" MUFFLER AND TAIL-PIPE STANDARD ON ALL'61 MODELS FREE PARKING IN OUR VACANT LOTS, CORNER 4th STREET and REID AVE.4'
A CAMPAIGN KILLER-DILLERIT $1
Born of space-age developments, Rambler announces on all 1961 models a A OVER 200 PAIRS SHOES------- tabl $1.00 Pr. R oa All 1 .95 up
new Ceramic-Armored muffler and tail-pipe guaranteed against defects for For Miss and Mrs.-Flats In various colors and
the lifetime of the car while in the hands of the original owner. This covers o whitest anytime nd mixed style that can be worn
C total replacement cost including parts and labor. Every 61 Rambler muffler 't say what they have sold fori
1 and tail-pipe is completely covered with a special ceramic coating-similar to A whistle stopping group 100% f "
that used in rockets and missiles-to give lasting protection against rust and yfl SIRT $ 2
corrosion caused by water, salt and acids. Another Rambler first! ? -
Plaids and solid colors. Slzes 22 to 30
Be sure to vote with BOYLES for Algene, Queen ,
and Irwill better quality sportswear.
12-MONTH, 12,000-MILE WARRANTY t /,shadow panel
n EXTENDED TO ALL NEW RAMBLER OWNERS lADIES' SLIPS le
(A splendid $1.95 value) To see Is to Vote for
Now Rambler extends to all new Rambler owners its comprehensive full-year 2 for $3.00 SKIRT SE
or 12,000-mile warranty, whichever occurs first. In fact, this liberal warranty, izes 32 to 40 FoP ,... 4to 6 and
announced to dealers more than a year ago, also cover, total replacement cost i t S
including parts and labor. It applies to all 1961 Rambler models and to 1960 C'os $2.69 to $4 69car
Ramblers still within the warranty period. The normal industry warranty c |sh coe ane \ r/
covers only 90 days or 4,000 miles. blend. They're snazzy
... t"-.. --. / I The vote goee for Baby n .


CORDUROY CREEPER
.7 2 for $3.00
Mr PRESIDENT, AMERICAN MOTORS Outstanding values ... Sizes
More Evidence That 9, 12, 18 and 24 months. C>
RAMBLER IS THE NEW WORLD STANDARD OF BASIC EXCELLENCE The Land the Free
AMERICAN MOTORS CORPORATION, DETROIT 32, MICHIGAN The Home of the Bravel


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Presbyterian
Women 'Meet
Presbyterian Women of ti e
:Ohumch held their-monthly 'business
and' program meeting at 3:30 -p.m.
'Monday,- October -3 in the Sa tu-
ary of the church .
Following -the business meeting,
conducted by the president, Mrs.
Floyd, Camipbell, ,the progirpm. wa
opened'with the devotional by the
Christia' Educational Chairman,
* Mrs. Vivia Underwood.
Vice 'resident, Mrs. Flora Long,
led the -theme, "Together W, Work
.and Witness" and te program took
,the foman of a discussion group.
Those participating in the discus-
siol of the outlined, objectives
were: Mrs. Genitat Mallet, roca.-
tional guidance; Mrs. Calla Per-


Duuy aNuvvu l JInlI m aa ivi JIIIIJl UII 1i1I DupIt VvIILmu
MM M red S was the pink coral vine and greenery. A M eets At Churc
honored guest at a lovely baby little lamb with pink coral enhanc- .
shower .hzrsday evening, Septean- Ir the gift table. The First Baptist. WMU .met at
er e Presbyterian Social .Mrs- Gladys Brown and Mrs Jen- the 'church Monday, October'.3 with
bea 2.ded e Pesytering an Socithel ie Edge led the group in several 24 members present... t:. h
Hall provided ahe setting and' the anusing 'games and prizes were An interesting rogra ntew-
balby pink color scheme was car-. An intertng prograin-.stew-
ed trougout. The serving taleawaed the winners. ,adship was presented by Mrs. L.:.
was overlaid with a -white lace ta- After Mrs. Simipson opened her W. Cox, chairman, assisted:;by :Mrs.
ibleeloth with an under .pink cloth many gifts, 'delicious refreshments Emory Stevens, Mrs...- 'Margaret
usipg as its centerpiece, pink roses Tere .enjoyed iby the followias Nichols, Mrs. Betty; Sue Anchors
in a milk glass vase. The iback- guests: Mrs. Elsie Settlemire, Mrs. and Mrs. Jadiak Ellis. -
ground was banked- with stands of Kay Parrott, Mrs. Flora Long, ItMa. On October 10 'at 3:00,p.m. there
Floyd 'Campbell, Mrs. Dell Bis.sett, willM be an enlistment tea. for all
Mrs. Genitta Mallet, Mrs. Calla Pe-: ladies (of the 'church. WMU ..em-
ritt, chbAstian education; Mrs. Liz ritt, Mrs. Gladys Brown, Mrs. Nel- bers and prospective inemabers are
Prows, leader development; Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Vivis Underwo.)?, invited. to he present. ,
Gladys Brown, christiana (ellowship Mrs. Liz 'Prows, Mrs. Jennie Edge The Sunbeams will meet at the
and, M'rs. Frances Brown, christian 'aand the ,honoree, Mrs. Mildred same hour and the nursery will be
witness. Simpson. open for 'children of that age.
The program. was spiritually in- -- An interesting program i-s being
spring and impressive. Want Ads Get Fast Results 'planned at this ti.me.


.Vitro ..Wives -Ctub To TE T TAR, PPort St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 160
Meet Wednesiday Morning


.The ulr eeti of Mexico Be ch BUS
rO Wives O1hb wll rIbe theld Wed-
ngesday morning, October 12 at
10:00 am-,. t the home of 'Mrs. 3Ju The regular monthly meeting 'of
lius Smith a 500 Q ouh .Street. 1he Mexico Beach Business Assoc-
iation, was held Monday evening,
IETURN FROM VISIT TO Octofber 3, with President, R. L.
W. VIRGINIA, MISCONSIN Fortner, presiding.
Mr. and.-Mrs. A. D.-Laws=n, M.;.. After ~ftHipncia statement was
E.,C. Pridgeon and .Mrs. C. E. B1- aubmiitted by the treasurer, Al
yer. returned home ;last Frlay Renner, discussions were held for
from. a three -week trip to points plans. to further improvements and
ii. West Virginia, their old home. activities for the beach. Also c'on-
Froan thero, they jourmeyedi to a- sidered' were ways and means to
tentown, Wisconsin wheree they vis- continue the present [highway bill-
itcd with Mr. and- Mrs. Tom Bar-. board signs advertising Mexico
tee and, 'children, formerly :of this Beach matterr 'the present contract
city. expires next April. '
They -reported- an interestlag, Materials for a special public
irip. T. ey also visited' the famous !bulletin board has (been acquired
I-oly 4fHi- in Wisco.nsin.. and will be put up ,soon -at the Post


---, IBe Sure to Vote!
Don't let your
citizenship down- ..... .


MERCHANDISE!





1NINI


. 6 GLENN A

tned 7 E
L9c La
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9 THE BE

1 OUR PL
To b6
4.Subteen d i
. es. dise
Youth
ieratly WayS
AlID rA


atyl

and


immed.
1, large.


-Peqoj
Ues.


For Girls, Tots to Teens About the cutest, perkiest cottors you ever saw
selected. /


BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS!


New for Fall Cordulette flannel or rayon quilted

DUSTERS

Low A |
Campaign Price W v
'Mid and fancy. patterns .. Never before sold for
less than $5.95 to $6,95

ELECTED VALUE!
:en, Vote in our Work Clothes Department before
Cold Weather Hits
UNLINED DENIM JACKETS

$3.69

Also Jumpers button styles
gNED JACKETS $5.69
Zipper front, corduroy collar

Big Dad Khaki twill and-Denim
LL WORK PANTS $2.95
K "K SHIRTS TO MATCH $1.95
) -A.ES is Gulf County's headquarters for famous
EE WORK CLOTHES for men. A $3,500.00 complete
*ock to select from. Every garment guaranteed to fit
hitter, wear longer of your money back.


DON'T WAIT!
LAY IT AWAY!


A sensational group
Men's and young men's


DRESS
SLACKS


Reduced to


$5.99

and $7.99


Tailored by Kahn. Rayon and
wool and nylon blend flan-
nels, all new fall styles .. .
light and dark colors ... siz-
es 28 up. Values up to $8.95.


THE HEAT IS ON! (HIGH PRICES!)





OUR PLATFORM


ND ERLMA BOYLES SAY:
We're


mpaiging

for our

Istomers$
ST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD

ATFORM IS:
ring you first quality merchan.
at the lowest possible prices, alh >
,--f! r cash!
NDIDATES ARE: "
nally selected.jhand-picked valZ "
Selected to prove that you can


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,Vote for
SQuality
style
and Service
BOYLES
sets the pace!


MORE FOR LESS CASH
BE HERE EARLY THURSDAY, A.M.

EARLY BIRD CAMPAIGN SALE FEATURE!
FIRST TIME EVERll1-3% Oz. Genuine
WESTERN JEANS pr. $1.69
For boys 4 to 16 A Campaign Succeiss!
You/Are Shopping BOYLES and Voting for the Largest and, Most
Complete Stock of Shoes for .the Family n. Gulf County, Florida.
You'll be Comfortable and Enjoy our Enlarged Department.
Always vote the WINNING SHOE TICKET with BOYLES guar-
anteed shoes Trim Tred, Smart Set, Natural., Bridge and
Portraits.for the ladies -_ Scamperoos and Poll Parrot for the
young fry.

SHOES

$1.95 to $12.95
Scores and scores of new Fall styles .. colors and heels.
STAR BRAND, RAND and RANDCRAFT for men and boy.


.. Each style has been carefully


Listen for Boyles Value
news-WJOE 8 & 9 am
A CAMPAIGN CLOSE-OUT
OF ALL
YARD GOODS

'A PRICE
Except Corduroy
69c yd.
Fine Cotton Goods,
Suitings, Slip Cover and
Drapery Fabrics
Rayon Taffeta
Nylon Net, Denim and.
10 oz. Ducking
Sold up to $1.49 yard
V2 PRICE


ADVANCE PATTERNS
FREE!
Final disposition at
1 to a customer, please


TPARR!~MA T"


222 REID AVE.


Black, brown and white.
Some are $5.95 values


ii",


jl ^^^^ w"^"*ijiftuc' ^W) cs
,^ .. ..._


MR. KENNEDY


OUR PLATFORM FOR SAVINGS!
THESE ARE ON THE ECO OMY BALLOT YES NO


Sizes 4 to 12
and 12V2 to3 :2.-5 -.....- s NO
For boys and girls Perky patent pumps .. Black or brown
oxfords. They're durable. I


Shoes for the Young Set $3.95 to $ $5.95


CAMPAIGN SALE FEATURE!
Men's hemstitched full size white
HANDKERCHIEFS .. 10 in pkg. 69c
10 in cellophane package. 1 package to customer, please


HARD KICKING VALUES!


ELECTED BY A GREAT MAJORITY!
Boys will be elected with these
COWBOY BOOTS -$4.95 to $6.95
COMBAT BOOTS for Boys $4.95


A TOUGH ONE TO BEAT!
IThis is a he-man, campaign I
MEN'S CANVASS OXFORDS and LOAFERS
Heavy crepe soles
$2.95 to $4.95
Some of these are closeouts In U. S. Keds formerly selling
for $6.95.


Real Campaign Sensations!
BOY'S PLASTIC JACKETS
S By Mon-Tog Washable, Just like leather,
N "guaranteed never to crack or peel.
Sizes 2 to7
SNOW ONLY $4.09
Men*' Sizes 8 to 18 X 6l
Work Sox NOW ONLY $7.09
To See is to Vote for BOYLES fine Happ Jack-
pr. $1 ets and suburban coats for men and boys .
4 $1 Largest selection ever.


knockouts for
Men
No. 1 first quality
NYLON
STRETCH SOX
Light or dark colors
3 pr. $1.00 ,


The Best Country In
thi World The USA!


get the most for your money when'
you ride BOYLES CAMPAIGN BAND
WAGON.
We Candidly Urge You To VOTE for
BOYLES BARGAINS!


.**.- ~ s <
KNOWING WHERE TO SHOP SAVES YOU MONEY!
You are'suire to vote forKate Greenaway dnd other famous naines in thi Campaign .
$495 values-- $4.49

SVSALE alues $3.49
$ 95svalues ----$2.49.


A Shopping Center
BOYLES in St. Joe
Men's full cut, first quality
fleece lined


SHIRTS
Worth $1.49.

"1.00 ea.


White or mixed grey


Whistle Stop Value!


Special Vote
Getting Group

PENNY
LOAFERS
For Miss and Mrs.


$2.95


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I~t~Ba~3~rP a II -I I I a I


f i


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Anhu- 'Zhnutnr Wnnfirr AArc 4Z;mneon


AI~AL-I,


nessmen Meet
Office shopping center. A suggest-
ed motel and- rental unit rules and
regulation card for posting in 'all
-rental units -is under consideration
'and study.
NEW FAMILY MQyV .
TO PORT ST-JOE
'Mr. and' Mrs. Bill Thompson for-
merly of Jacksonville have moved
to St. Joe Beach, near Port St. Joe.
Mr. Thompson is employed as an
accountant at the Glidden Com-
pany. He was formerly employed-
by Purina Mills in Jac'ksonvi'lle.
Advertising Pays Try It And See
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CLASSEDD ADVERTISING *


FOR RENT: Gulf Service Station.
Apply at St. Joe Motor Co. Port
St. Joe, Fla. ttoe-14
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom
attractively tarnished a p rt-
ments.. Oool in summer, 'Warm In
winter* Gdas heat, window fans.
They have to be seen to be appre-
cdated. Also nice Trailer -parking
elace. Phone 7-8820 or 9-9138. -Wi-
mico Lodge Aparments -and Trail-
er Park, White City. tfe-6-2
.FOR RENT: 2 bedroom iufturnish-
ed apartment, upstairs. Water
furnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642,
Inquire at 1904 Gaesson Ave. tfc
FOR RENT: 3 tunashed houses
at St. Joe Beath. 1 3,bedroom
and 2 2-bedroom. See IN W. Duren
or phone 7-3171.or 7-5511. tfc-8-12
FOR RENT: Furnished and taar-
nfe ousesi .3i.00 peremo. andl
up. B a 'lotj or sale, $9.98 down,
balance easy. Call 648-4352 or BAll
;7-7771. tfo-9-;
FOR RENT BDgwnvtair artment
tarnishedd. 155 Monument Ave.
Phono 7-5771. ?<-9-15
FOR RENT: 2- bedroom iftnished
'house at St. Joe Beach. $60.00
me. Phone 7-7521 or see Bill Car-
ver. : 2tp
FOR RENT: Unfurnished' 3 bed-
r oom house on 7tb St,. Phone
'7-3856. -- ic 9-22
FOR RENT: Umnurnish;ed'two bed-
room house. 1305 'Woodiard Ave.
Os, 7-7396, Mrs. B. 0. Gailard.
FOR RENT: Nice turnsihed' apart-
ament for couple only. 1621 Monu-
ment Ave., Phone 7-7641, cAe-10-6
FQR iRENT: One uiurnished and
one m urnamisihed house. Phone
7-8141.
FOR RENT: FPrnished apartment.
Call. Mrs. Paul Farmer. BAiH
7-3022.'- tc-10-6
ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION for
(right man. Oil distributorship
available in Apalachicola-. Above
average income for minimum in-
vsetment. Write R. W. Schreiner,
P. 0. Box 1551, Pensaoola, 3tp-9-22,
BUY SELL TRADE
SURPLUS SALES of ST. JOE
112 Mon. Ave. Phone 7-4051
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
1710 Palm Blvd. Two years old.
Living room drapes, garbage dis-
posal included. Call BAR 7-2311.
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom concrete
block house. Large Florida room.
Call Bruce Dwiggins, BAl 7-2296.
615 Marvin Ave.


MALE HELP WANTED: Men over
65. Excellent opportunity to add
$25-$50 monthly to your social soe-
turity payments. No experience, in-
vestment, car or special ability re-
quired. Work when, where you
please. Write: Doublewear Shoe
Co., 315 E. Lake, Minneapolis 8,
Min-. itp
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.
BE INDEPENDENT: Sell Raw-
leigh Products in Gult County.
Se e H. H. Benson, Comnpass Lake
or write today. Rawleigh's Dept.
IFAJ-f00-5, Memphis, Tean.

MOVING AND STORAGE acres
town or across the nation. Ag-
ents for Mayflower. Call us or see
ustfor free estimates. SURPLUS
SALES of ST. JOE, 112 Mon-
ument Ave. Phone 7-4051. 4to-8-18
ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
--and floor polishers. Sales and
service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Me-
Clellan Ave., Port St. Joe, Phone
BAll 7-3781 ttc
CARPORTS, screen porchae, pa-
tio and' cabanas. For free estI-
maWtee, call O. W. Long, Phone
7-3974.- tfo-8-25
FOR YOUR WATKINS Products
needs call 9-1195 or write W. L.
Burkett, Box 482, Port St. Joe.
ttc-5-26
FOR SALE: "Vagabond" 28' 6"
cabin -cruiser, sleeps 4. Chrysler
marine. B. Roy Gibson, BA" 7-5771.
GOVERNMENT
SURPLUS SALES
NOW anyone can buy DIRECT
from U. S. GOVERNMENT SUR-
PLUS DEPOTS;, by mnail tor your-
selt or for resale. Gameras, binoc-
ulars,..cars, jeeps, trucks, boats,
hardware, office machines and
equipment, tents, toola and tens-
of-thousamds of other Items 'at a
fraction of their original cost.
Many items brand new. For list
of hundreds of U. S. Government
Surplus Dpeots, loated in every
State and overseas .wih pamiphiet
"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
Pox No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. U
EPTIC TANKS Ipumped out. Gall
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
tuick expert service. tfe


CHAIN LINK FENCE: For tree
estimate call C. W. Long. BAIl IF YOU ARE INTERESTED In
7-34. t-fc7-28 saving money see us for anything
yod/need in your home. STOP and
FOR SALE SWAP SHOP.
320 acres of woodland. 4 miles
--South of Wewa lchka... Planted FQR9 SALF: 25. 9l a4abin crulaur
with pines, 3 yea 4 i.. 4ed'Ior with 65 hp motrbr Sleeps two,
good investmentL I bead, galley. $1200.00. See B. Roy
+'3 acres of waterfront property Gibson or call BAll 7-5771.
-cated on Creek that flows Into
Ideal for fish camp or retdiement ;.AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
home. h. h"ur. Cut your Rlawn and let me
-10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one worry wLth upkeep of -mower. Gulf
block. Priced for good investment. Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
-Nice home located on Hunter son, Phone 7-7501.
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, deep LEGAL ADVERTISING
well pump, situated on 2 lots. 6% ADVERTISEMENT FOR-BIDS
years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal- ADVERTISEMENT -FOR-BIDS
nce on VA mortgage at $57.00 The GulfCounty Board, of Pub-
per month.lic Instruction (hereinafter refrr-
3 bedroom ous.e st Wo t Ridge. ed to as the "Owner"), Gulf County
Nearly new, priced, to selL Court House, WewahiLchka, Flor-
New tree bedroom Tuse inidawilreceive-seeaed bids up bo
Wew eeitka Adjoining cooli11:00 A.M.(ST), October 20, 1960
Property. Pay owner'seuity at which time and.I place they will
THE PRIDGEON AGENCY be pubished and read aloud, for
301 Williams Ave. Port St. Joe tH cstru n fELEMENTARY
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308 SCHOOL (JOB NO. 014)
Long Ave. Garage with large To b6 erected, on site at Wews-
utilty room. Ph-ice $7,000.00. PIone Ihitchika and comprised of five class-
7-6926. t0o-9-22 !rooms, toilets and boiter-storage
Room; one story, block construe-
.FOR SALE: Iarge 3 bedroom tion, pre-east concrete root system,
house. Ideal locatAon. 2 years 'peoured-in-place concrete floor slabs,
old, air conditioned. 1501 Monument including plumbing, heating and
Ave. (corner 15ht amd Monument) electrical wor-k; approximatelyy
Phone BAll 7-3636 or 7-5771. 4500 square eet.
^FOR SALE: Sofa bed, and match- Plans, specifications and other
iOR, SALE: ir.Soa toed an match- contract documents may be inspect-
ing chair.e 7-8896 ooer 5 3tak0-6 ed at the offices of owner or ar-
_P __ 8chitect and may be procured from
LOTS FOR SALE: Nice location. B. W. Hartmana, Jr., AIA Architect,
:See Ray C. Leavell, -111 Second 4717 South Lakewood Drive, Pana-
Ave.; Oak Grove. Itp ma City, FAorida. General Contrac-
tor may obtain, one (1) set upon
PLASTERING, new work an& patch $35.00 deposit which will be refund-
work. iSheet rock thinishing and ed only to those submitting a bona
mall concrete jobs. 906 10th StL. fide bid and returning in good con-
or phone 7-2516. 4tp-10-' di'on ,the set issued them within
-- 10 days after bid opening. General
FOR SALE: 1956 Old's. Take up contractors returning sets but not
payments 10 at $61.24 per mo. I bidding, will have all but $10.00 of
Call BAli 7-3791. 1tp deposit returned' to them. General
FOR SALE: Electric concrete mix- contractors desiring more ithian one
or at Mexico Beach. $65.00. Ph. et, or other persons, may procure
648-3126. to documents upon like deposit except
-that $10.00 per ,set will e deducted
FOR SALE: Nice two bedroom to cover reproduction cost. Make
house with large living room, deposit checks payable to-.,B. \V.
dining area, kitchen, bath and Hirtman, Jr., AIA. -.
vtility room, also carport. See ,Mrs. Contract documents are on 6ile
Warren Yeager or call BAll 7-8266. at -.the following locations: AGW
Plan Rooms: Pensacola, Tallasnaf-
FOR SALE: 1957 Pacemaker trail see and Panama City, Florida. F.
er, 46' loumg, 2"bedrooms. In good W. Dodge Plan Rooms: Mobile and
condition. CaHl 7-4853. Itc Birmingham, Alabama and Jaokson-
I ville, Mworida.
MODERN NEW HOME ,Cashier's Check, Certified- Check
2 BEDROOMS, 1/2 BATHS ci Bid Bond, made payable to Own-
Why pay rent? Enjoy the adran- er in amount of 5% of base bid
tages and' satisfaction of' a new must accompany each bid.
home. Compare the many built-in Performance, labor and' material
extras: individually heated 'bath- bonds 'and workmen's comnpen-sa-
rooms; built-in outlets for gas or tion insurance will be required of
electric range, phone, T.V., elec. succefsstl bidder.
dryer, automatic washer, etc. Ther-- Owner reserves right to waive
mostatically controlled cen tral- technicalities and to reject any or
beating; separate utility room plus all bids.
many more desired custom built Except with the consent of own-
features. Ideal for small family or er, bids may be 'withdrawn only
couple. Low down, pmt. 'balance prior to time fixed for bid opening
like rent $75 month includes prin- or at any time following thirty (30)
cipal and interest. Will consider days after date of [bid opening.
lot or acreage as part trade; See THOMAS A. OWENS, ,Suipt.
the pink house on Rachel Dr., at 'bhe Board of Public Instruction
Mexico Bech, just off Htway 98. Gflf County 4t-9-22
Owner net' door or see your agent. Wewabitchka, Florida
CHILDCRAFT WORLD BOOK En-
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Amendments
. *. JL M.I- .. ...... 1
.ASSEE-Floride voter a ontinuous study of Florida's ju
six proposals to ame.1, dic onatittition before the& ed imip r&vementsi
go to the pos tor the The three district comous o. ap-
etion November 8. peal were created tby a 1953 con-
flih sIx jpropoSi-4 amend, stitutional amendment s pmsored
, statewide impact. The by the judicial council. The in-ter-
re strictly location char- mediate appellate courts ,now are
msut (be raufi +I by a. LMnied to three judges Vsfa.


the entire acate .s elce-
)come. ofecive.
saedamendments would:
I'e the legial.ture. to
two judw ?..each of
judge district courts of
*loridlana serving in
* on overseas duty to
.1te absentee. .
1e legislature coritrol
ad expenditures by hte
;and Yret.Water ishi
,fro the state game
ito 4e contiutitulon the
lieadchif the 67 cooin-
tate racing avenue.
VW o 01viLiSUits in
HIghlands counties iAn
%han. the county seat.
tie election is Iless than
.way, there has been
diEiouasion of the pro-
-.meint&. Only one hba
eontroveriy. That .t
comm.rlslon oiposfal,
sead' by.most organized
groups. Most of the
uiibing the game oam-
oane from members of
e.
1I to provide addition-
ithe district courts of
a solid backing of the
1il, the agency creat-
3 legislature to make


The district courts were cr atod
primarily to speed legal presses
by relieving the tremendous case
load of the state supreme court,
which sometimes found itself run-
'iing nearly two years behind in
final settlement cc litlgatoa .
But, Justice Stephen O'Connell
said, the district courts themselves
now are so bogged down that expe-
.ditious handling of lawsuits again
is becoming impossible.
The second district court lha a
travel problem, too.
The constitution requires that
the district courts mnut sit at least
once .eeh year in each of the ji-
dicial circuits aer 'which' it has
Th thirdd district, e bracing
only Dade a:, Monoroe counties,
is iable to remain at Miami.

Campaign Started
Bike Safty
Due to the realization that many
bicycle riders are being killed and
iuired In, t ratfc accidents, the
F'-orida Saiety Oouncil is inaugur-
ating a state-wide Bicycle Safety
Campaign during the month of No-
vemiber. The ouancil is calling on
the PTA's of each school to help


THE *TAR, Port at. Joe, Fla.


THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 4eo


To iBe Voted On N ov. 8 Bicycle Safety Month. Attend Birthday Dinner
"Let as all cooperate tby teach- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Buttram and
lug our children safe riding habits. children attended a birthday din-
and urge the cooperation of every- governing the operation of bicycles group is calling on the police de- Good (bicycle riders today make ner for Mrs. Butitram's mother, M -'
one. and we hope there will be a copy ,prtments to enthusiastically co-good automobile drivers tomor- Carrie Amos, in Panama City Sui-
In 1959, 26 children were killed in each school room. operate in *e programi. row," stated Asher Frank, director day.
in bicycle accidents in Florida and During this campaign, the Coun-' Prizes will be awarded to the of the Florida Safety Council. --
over 400 injured. cil hopes the schools will 'have bi-' three schools sending in t he beet j Want Ads Get Resitit
There are Tuiees and regulations cycle contests, rodeos, etc., and the articles on what they did during -e
ed he *tar To A Friend
This A on your printing is a sign of qunl


Be Thrifty And SAVE! SAVE! During


Save from 10 to 25% Now! Oct. 6


SAVE 20%

On All Ladies

SWEATERS

and SKIRTS

during "Opportunity
Days"
At Costin's

20% OFF
Original Price


CINDERELLA and NANNETTE


Children's

DRESSES
Sizes 6 mos. to 14 years
Priced from
$2.98 to $10.98
Will Be Sold At A

200 Discount
SHOP and SAVE


10


81 x 108 White
FIELDCREST SHEETS
Regularly $2.98
Now $2.29 Each


ONE LOT BOYS
Short Sleeve Sport Shirts
Now $1.25 Each


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During "Opportunity Days"
Stock up now for those cold days ahead

6% WOOL BLANKETS ------$3.98

ELECTRIC BLANKETS as low as $13.50
With 2 Year Guarantee


imTabs Slacks.
ip on styling n ,en;'s slacks? Slim-line tailoring,
nce. TrimTabs has it. Neat, functional waist-
mTabs agair.Trinm tabs on both back pockets.
i slacks have a tr pricertoo.


MEN&BOYrS WEAR
"Outfitters for Dads and Lads"


Our Entire Stock
Ladies Fall

DRESSES

REDUCED

20%

During "Opportunity
Days"
OCTOBER 6, 7, 8 and 9


1 Lot Ladies
Saddle Oxfords
Broken Sizes
Only 3.98 pr.


One Lot
Rayon Suiting
45" wide Reg. $1.10 yd.
Now 49c yd.


Men's and Boys
WINTER

JACKETS

ALL REDUCED BY

20%
For This Event!


SPECIAL -
Boys Corduroy Shirts
Now $2.29

Pampered Cotton Prints
and ROBUST PRINTS
79c yd,.


Dan River Cotton Plaids
S Formerly 98c Value
Now 69c yd.


All Mens
Fall Sweaters
Reduced 20%

COAT SWEATERS
BULKY KNITS
PULL-OVERS
ROLL COLLARS /
V-Neck
BOYS
FAMOUS MAKE JEANS
Sizes 2 to 16 Were $2.98
NOW $2.69


P- Men's Famous Make Fall

SUITS and SPORT COATS
REDUCED 20%
For This Sale


Men's Cotton Wash N Wear
Slacks $3.98


Lightweight
Dress Slacks
V2 OFF


Boy's Famous Make
SUITS and SPORT COATS '
For This Sale

REDUCED 20%

SHOP NOW AND SAVE!


SAVE 10%
On All Ladies
Slim Jims
Pedal Pushers
Slacks

During "Opportunity
Days"

Ladies Famous Make
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FROM BETTY'S SCRAPBOOK .


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STEW ORrTRIB lb39c
RISKET lb.'25c
-ALL LEAN lb. 59c

U. S; GOOD STEAKS

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DAY WORTH WHILE
I count that 'day as wisely spent
In, which I do some good
For someone who is far away,
Or ishaies any neighborhood.
A day devoted to the deed
That lends a friendly hand
And demonstrates a willingness
To care and' understand.
I long 'to be of us'efulales's
In little ways and large,
Without a 'selfish motive and
Without the slightest cna'ge;
Because in my ph'oloso.phy
Ther never Is a doubt
That all of us are here on earth
To help ,each 'other out.
I feel that day is itnitful and',
The time is worth 'my whils,
When I promote the happiness
Of one .enduring 'smile.
-James J. Metcalfe
<&8 o +


boiling water, add an onion, sliced.
Let cook slowly about two hours.
Add two cups tomatoes, add one
tea 'spoon paprika and cook gently
one hour.
Served with potatoes, it's a da-
licious meal for the cool days
ahead.
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NEW USES FOR OLD THINGS
Rips land tears -in ibed linens and
tablecloths 'will not only vanlis
but re-appearxs in brand new pretiti-
ness when covered w1hit decorative
1 i t bltie flowers, monograpm,, or
prints, out ,out of pieces of percale
Ifor which you have no se.
It you have two or tree worn
out Iblankets, stitch ihem together
and cover with a cotton prifit. You
will then have a nice warm ew
comforter.


Meat has a high food value and I old powder puffs are handy or
Is an iiportaant source of protein cleaning and polishing ailverwar'
used for building and repairing They don't scratch the delicate
body tissues. metal.
SHORT RIBS of BEEF 0*
(Spanish style) Old but laundered! socks, Uphille
Simple to make andd oah, so good. over shoes not in cuse, or when) they
Take short ribs of beef, season are packed' for travel, wil1 keep
with salt and' pepper, rub over within them 'like new and sepatatr Mroa
a tiny clove iotf garlic. Cover with other pajoked item's.

Fire Away With Soda
Is your home fire-safe? Now's the time to check it out while
doing. your fall cleaning. Likely hot spots are closets, attic,
cellar and kitchen. Chief cause of fire in the first three are
stored accumulations of such fast-burning items as old linen,
S- clothing, mattress-
~. | "es, wooden fur-
S niture, draperies,
lampshades, mag-
azines, newspap-
S" ers and rags, par-
i ticularly dirty
rags that have
p .u o had. f*o been used for
painting or pol-
ishing.
Sort through
Sr l such accumula-
tions. Give what's
still serviceable
but of no further
use to you to your
local welfare
agency. Burn
what you class as
2 junk. ,
MsYour range is
the vulnerable
spot in the kitch-
en. Fat foods be-
aing broiled or
fried can flare up
suddenly and un-
bless the flames are
.promptly extin-
S. guished, the fire
Youngsters in schoolswacross the nation are being taught by
safety experts the proper steps to take to control such fires.
It involves the use of the common household staple, soda bi-
carbonate (baking soda). The soda is dumped right on the
base of the fire. When heated it creates carbon dioxide, a
colorless gas which smothers the fire.
To be sure you always have an adequate supply of the
product on hand for just such emergencies, fill an old oatmeal
or salt box with a couple of pounds of soda. Label it FIRE
in big red letters and station it within easy reach of the range.


/P" SPICE TO YOUR LIFE WITH
HOMEMADE SALAD DRESSING!


Nothing improves a salad so much as a homemade dressing! Be
the salad fruit or vegetable, the dressing adds the final touch .
and here are two good ones you'll want to make in quantity and
keep on hand. Try a cooked dressing on vegetable salad, and a
sweet-sour dressing on fruits! They're delicious!
These recipes, along with many more, are contained in a new
booklet that is yours, free for the asking. Just check a bottle of
corn oil or sack of "kitchen-tested" flour for special instructions
to get your booklet. It contains 80 tested recipes for breads, salads,
main dishes, desserts and many more.
Here are the dressing recipes, as tested in the Betty Crocker
kitchens:
AUNT SALLY'S FRUIT DRESSING
'A cup lemon juice 1/2 cup corn oil
1 pkg. (3 oz.) cream cheese 1 to 2 tbsp. sugar
/4 cup canned plum, sweet cherry z tsp. salt
or maraschino cherry juice V tsp. paprika
Gradually beat lemon juice into cream cheese; mix well. Add re-
maining ingredients; beat with rotary beater until smooth and well
blended. Chill thoroughly. 1 cup.
COOKED SALAD DRESSING
1A cup sugar 1I cups milk
1A cup "kitchen-tested" flour 12 cup mild vinegar or lemon
2 tsp. salt juice
2 tsp. dry mustard 4 egg yolks, slightly beaten
I tbsp. butter or margarine
Mix dry ingredients in saucepan. Gradually blend in milk and
vinegar. Cook over direct low heat, stirring constantly, until mix-
ture thickens and boils. Boil 1 min. Stir at least half of hot mixture
into egg yolks. Stir into remaining hot mixture in saucepan. Bring
to boil, stirring constantly. Boil 1 min. Remove from heat and stir
in butter. Cool. Makes 2 cups.


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THURSDAY, OOTOBER 6, 1960


Sale Of Drivers Licenses Need To Be

Revised, Work Load Too Heavy

TALLAHASSEE Florida's annual .-by mail during the birt -moifah of
',Big .Stampede" or new drivers' the driver- -
licenses wae cited this week by -3Under, the, plaS, :appireaints boanM
.Director H. N. Kilr&man of the De- during an- eveninuimbered. year
rtment of Public Satety as "vis- would get a license to'-expire ona
ible evidence of .the need for cen- the last day- of.their birth, month
tralized, birth-month licensing." in 1962. Those born in an oddl-num-
Renewals and new permits Is- 'bered year would get a license ex
sued- during SGptbem-ber; give tie piTing on, the ,last day of their
state a new high of some 2,750,000 birth month in 1963.
licensed, motor vehicle operators, Here Is how it would- 'work:
olD Kirlman said. He commented: Applications, examinations a d
"With this great number of mo- Toad tests would be handled by 1I-
S-. 'I rs to be served-anr I w cense exaidiniers. Upon receipt of a
the rnnaubers increasing by near- validated. asplicatio si, gned- by an
ly, 100,000 every year--oue present examiner, county judges would. is
licensing syLtem is completely out- sue a temprorary license, collect
aodedo."'. the ee, and forward the apiplica-
To the average motorists, [he tion to the Department oE Puiblic


said, the big objection -to the pres- Safety.
ent system Is the inconvenience of The Department would check Ith
standing in itne every yar. But, applicant's record; and, upon ap
-he added: provwal, mail his license directly to
"A. manuch more serious consider- him, 'Such a system would greatly
e tion is the fact that there is no reduce the number of 'phony' and.
way to act promptly against driv- false addresses now being given by
era wwho should .nt be on the road. thousands of drivess" said Direct-
"Under our system :of issuing li- or Kirkn au.
censuss through 67 county- judges, To remind drivers of 'h'ir re-
it may be' six or seven imonths-or ,newel date, the Deplrtmen t'would
,'evew longer"-before we can know mail renewal applications to them
how many or ihe newly-licensed well ahead of the time of expiha-
.drivers ar eactually entitled to ithe tion. As in .the case of the original.
driving priviTege." licensing, applications and tempo-
It takes that long, he pointed' rary renewals would ,be handled' by
out, before aRH of the license stubs the county judges, lamd the Depart-
are placed in file in Tlhassee, ment would mail the renewed. i&
where drivers' records can- be cense.
checke&
"Meanhwile," he emphasized Col. Kirtman' stated:
"people whose right to drive has "There are two 'basic aults in
fien revoked or sIls(emded can the present asytem: first, the in-
drive aroud' w th brand vew I- Oneese, because there is no quick by standingIn auo; and, second,
way to check on them." the danger of issuiag licenses to
drriers before their records are


"I addition, a sizeable number cheeked'.
ot Illegal (and -probaibly unsafe) "The proposed new system will,'
drivers get into the traffic stream eliminate both of these draw-
trrough the aoss of up to 10,000 14- badks."
.cense bih1nu eeach year by local He emphasized' that central! Ii-,
issuing agencies." cense isstance is- nibnew Idea- of
The centrala birthmontho sys- the sonuht east stJes, only Florida
tem," asdroate by 'the Depart- issues licenses -ially. A recent
mnent of Public 'Steby, provides: national survey by the Almerain
1. A9 driver licenses would be Association of Motd Vehicle Ad-
issued, ithrough- a central agency anisinitrators showed ,that 48 states
.at T asbaee. Temporary penmrit. use' the central, issuace system.
.would :be .iss 'd by the county -H "
udg"es:. I SHOP AT-HOME
2. The 'licenses -woud be good' _______-
for tiwo yeas, andi would be issued Advertising Pays Try It And See


THE STAI, Port -t. Joe, -la.


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

ROBERT H. TRAWIOK, W. M.
POPE FENDLIVY, See.
All Master Masons rdialUy Invited
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF CORA M.
SUTTON, DECEASED.
NOTICE is hereby! given that I
have tiled many final report and peti-
tion for final discharge as Execu-
tor of the Estate of Cora M. Button,
Deceased; and that on the 5th day
of November, 1960, 0Mill a1.ply to
the Honorable & PV. Htbad, Coul-
ty Judge of Gulf C OUnty, Florida,
for approval of said final report and
for final discharge as executor of
the Estate ofa Cora M. Subton, De-
ceased.
This 1 October, 1960.
FRED W. SUTTON
Executor of the Estate of
Cora M. Suatotn, Deceased.
Ernest C. Wianbily
Attorney or Executor
163 -South EgtP arkway 4t-10-6
Fort Walton Beach, Fl orida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT O1 OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF FRED B.
SUTTON, DECEASED.
NOTICE iD hereby given hat I
have filed my final report and pe-
eti on for Final Dischirge as Ex-
eautor of the Estate of Freid B.
Sutton, Deceased; and that on the
Sth day of November, 1960, will -p-
ply to the Honorable S.. P. Hiusbanid
county Judge of Gulf County, Flor-
da, tor., approval of said final re-
>ort and 'or' final discharge as ex-
ecutor of -the Estate-of Fred B. Sut-
on, Deeased.
'TIbia 1 October, 1960.
FRED W; SUTTON,'
Executor of the Estate of
Fr'ed B. Sutton, Deceased
Ernest C. Wimbers
Attorney for Executor
163 South EglU..P rkway 4-10-6
Fort Walton B Fla.

Want Ada Get Fast Reiults
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WILLiS V. .A6WAN, P066t" ii,
THE AMEHRIAN LEGION. Meet-
Ing first and third Thursday nights
8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40. 1. 0.
0. F--Meets second and fourth
Thursday, 7:30 p.m Ia American
region Hall. All members urged .o
attend.
--Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo. Bishop
A.. A. M--Regular:convocation of
St. Joeph -hapter -No. 56, .R. A.
I, 2nd adndAth Mondaya. All visit-
t4 brothers weolome.
1David H. JonesHigh Priest.
Joel Lovett, Bestary


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I THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1900

FROM BETTY'S SCRAPBOOK ,


DAY WORTH WHILE
I count that day as wisely spent
In which I do some good
For someone who is far away,
Or shares my neighborhood.
A day devoted, to the deed
That lends a friendly hand
And' demonstrates a willingness
To care 'and' understand.
I long ito be of usefuln.ess
In little ways amd large,
Without a selfish motive and
Without the slightest charge;
Because in my phrolosophy
There never Is a doubt
That all of us are here on earth
To help each other out.
I feel that day is 9 unittul and',
The time. is worth my whila,
When I promote the happiness
Of one enduring smile.
-James J. Metcalre


boiling waiter, add an onion, sliced.
Let cook slowly about ,two hours.
Add two cups tomatoes, add' one
tea spoon paprika and' cook gently
one hour.
Served, with potatoes it's I d-*
licious ,meal Bfor the cool days
ahead'.
NEW USES FOR OLD THINGS
Rips and' tears in bied linensl and
tablecloths will not oly 'vanish
but re-appears in brand new prettt-
ness when covered wiht decorative
li ttle flowers, monograms, or
prints, out out of pieces of percale
for whh you ave no use.
I you have two or three worn
out blankets, stitch them together
'and cover with a cottonn print.. You
will then have a unie warm niew
comforter.


Meat has a high food value and I Old powder- puffs are handy Sor
; tan important source of protein cleaning amwd polishIng aslverwae.
sed for -building and, repairing They don't scratch *the delicate
rody tissues. metal.
SHORT RIBS of BEEF *
(Spanish style) Old but laundered socks, pilUle
Simple to make and' oh, so good. over shoes iot in use, or whenn they
Take short rilbs of beef, season are packed ftor travel, will keep
rith salt and,' pepper, rulb over with them like new and sepamteM Abt
tiny 'clove ef 'garlic. Cover with' other packed items.

Fire Away With Soda
Is your home fire-safe? Now's the time to cheek it out while
doing: your fall cleaning. Likely hot spots are closets, attic,
cellar and kitchen. Chief cause of fire in the first three are
stored accumulations of such fast-burning items as old linen,
clothing, mattress-
.' es, ,wooden fur-
I nature, draperies,
lampshades, mag-
h zines, newspap-
S. ers and rags, par-
c olsticularly dirty
rags that have
4 product been used for
painting or pol-
ishing.
Sort through
such accumula-
Sb tions. Give what's
'still serviceable
-but of no further
use to you to your
lo c a:l -welfare
.l agency. Burn
S what you class as
.-. junk.
.~ 'j A Your range is
the vulnerable
spot in the kitch-
en. Fat foods be-
ing broiled or
.. fried can flare up
suddenly and un-
less the flames are
promptly extin-
,. ,.. guished, the-fire
,. can spread.
Youngsters in schools across the nation are being taugfit by
safety experts the proper steps to take to control such fires.
It involves the use of the common household staple, soda bi-
carbonate (baking soda). The soda is dumped right on the
base of +he fire. When heated it creates carbon dioxide, a
colorless gas which smothers the fire..
To be sure you always have an adequate supply of the
product on hand for just such emergencies, fill an old oatmeal
or salt box with a couple of pounds of soda. Label it FIRE
in big red letters and station it within easy reach of the range.

t"'D SPICE TO YOUR LIFE WITH,
HOMEMADE SALAD DRESSING!
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Nothing improves a salad so much as a homemade dressing! Be
the salad fruit or vegetable, the dressing adds the final touch .
and here are two good ones you'll want to make in quantity and
keep on hand. Try a cooked dressing on vegetable salad, and a
sweet-sour dressing on fruits! They're delicious!
These recipes, along with many more, are contained in a new
booklet that is yours, free for the asking. Just check a bottle of
corn oil or sack of "kitchen-tested" flour for special instructions
to get your booklet. It contains 80 tested recipes for breads, salads,
main dishes, desserts and many more.
Here are the dressing recipes, as tested in the Betty Crocker
kitchens:
AUNT SALLY'S FRUIT DRESSING
/4 cup lemon juice V/ cup corn oil
1 pkg. (3 oz.) cream cheese 1 to 2 tbsp. sugar
/4 cup canned plum, sweet cherry V2 tsp. salt
or maraschino cherry juice V/ tsp. paprika
Gradually beat lemon juice into cream cheese; mix well. Add re-
maining ingredients; beat with rotary beater until smooth and well
blended. Chill thoroughly. i cup.
COOKED SALAD DRESSING
'A/4 cup sugar I1/2 cups milk
1 cup "kitchen-tested" flour V/ cup mild vinegar or lemon
2. ftsp. salt juice
2 Isp. dry mustard 4 egg yolks, slightly beaten
1 tbsp. butter or margarine
Mix dry ingredients in Saucepan. Gradually blend in milk and
vinegar. Cook over direct low heat, stirring constantly, until mix-
ture thickens and boils. Boil 1 min. Stir at least half of hot mixture
into egg yolks. Stir into remaining hot mixture in saucepan. Bring
to boil, stirring constantly. Boil 1 min. Remove from heat and stir
in butter. Cool. Makes 2 cups.


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THE STAR, Pert St. Joe, Wit. THWRSDAV, OCIOIER 6,- 1960


i. hnutes of the
County Commission

WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA
September 27, 1960
The Board of County Commis-
'sioners of Gul County, Florida,
met 'this date in regular session
with t'Ihe following- members pres-
edat: E. 0. Harden, Sr., chairman,
Coleman W. Tharple, George W.
Cooper and A. J.; Striklland. The
Cleak, Sheriff, Attornye-andi Road
Superintendent were also present.
The meeting came to order .at
C:30 pan.
County 'Comisstoner elect, Leo
Kennedy presented a petition with
a M uniber- bf :!names lbsoerbed
Lhereto, petitioning that the gar-
1,age dump, located nea-r Highland
View be removed. The Chairmaan
announced' that he mnet 'with the
Higihland View Men' CLae b on Sep-
tember 26, 1960, at which time thas
matter was discussed and a ,tenta-
tive 'agreement reached. He thne
called on Iris Furiney, President of
thie Highland View Men's Cluib,
Grover Cilaik and Walter Arm-
strong to come before the- Board
for the purpose of discussing this
matter. After lengthy discussion,
ft was agreed that ,the garbage
dump would be moved,. about o e
and one-halt miles in an easterly
direction where the 'St. Joe Paper
Company has made the land avai-
able, providing that the necessary
right of way can Ibe obtained for
the purpose of building a road
from, a point near the East -end of
Third Street to the new site. The
delegation announced, that this
ia an would meet with the approval
of the citizens ofa Highland View.
The Board metered into a discous-
sion with reference to people plun-
dering .the garbage dump area
looking tor, and taking away, dis-
carded items that have some valie
as scrap metal, ect. Upon motion
of Comm,. Tharpe, seconded, by
Comm. 'Strickland and duly carried
to give public notice that this
Board will sell to the highest bid-
-dtr an exclusfre right or lease to
remove any and.all items rwhatso-
ever from the Highland View Gar-
bage area. Bids will be received
until a.m. November 8, 1960.
A representative from the As-
sociates IAe, Accident and Sick-
ress Insurance Coompany of Indian-
spolls, Indiana, appeared before
the Board and requested the Coon-
ty to allow payroll deductions to
be made for all County employee
that purchased said Insurance. Af-
ter discussion, there was a moti
'by Comm. Strickrland, seconded' by
Commn. Cooper and duly carried
that payroll deduacltons be author-
izedL
A discussion was hadt with refer-
ence to proposed road' work In the
-Wetappo Creek Area.
The ..Board discussed the trash
container .used at the Courthouse.
It was decided :that, a different type
container be used and that a new


site ,be located if possible.
Pursuaint to Notice published, ac-
cording to law, the Board received
the following ibid for 'a bookkeep-
ing machine, to-wit:
The National Cash Register Com-
pany, Tallahassee, offered one
c-ass 160-46 (2) 18" A.V. $1,138.05.
Extra program bars, at $16.20
and one machine stand at $54.00.
Total, $1,208.25.
Upon motion tby Gomm. S trick-
land, seconded (by Comm. Cooper
and duly carried, the Board pur-
chased the bookkeeping machine
as per bid.
. Robert Sidwell, Civil Defense Di-
rector for Gul County came before
the Bbard and told of the Civil De-
fc'nse actions in Gulf County dur-"
ing the recent storm. He said' he
received almost a hundred precent
cooperation; that a number of
tUlhgs were learned that will be
helpufiu in the future. The Board
commended' Mr. Sidwell on an out-
standing joib done.
There being no further business
,to come before the Board, the
meeting did then adjour .
A TEST:
George Y. Core E. C. Harden, Sr.
Clerk Ohairman


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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Willie L. Gainer Completes
Air Force Basic Training
LACKLAND AFB, Tex.-Ainman
Willie L. Gainer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Gainer of Port St. Joe,
has completed 'his initial course of
Air Force basic military training
1-ere. He has been selected- to at-
tend the technical training course
for Supply Specialist at Amnarillo
AFB, Texas.
Airman Gainer attended Washt-
ington High School.
Basic airmen at Lackland are
selected for speeiallized training at
technical schools on the bads of
their interests and aptitudes. They
are reassigned, to the school atarr
five weeks of basic training. At the
technical schools they are given
additional military training along
with the technical instructions
Upon completion of special tech-
rical training at an Air Force Tceh-
rical Training Center, airmen are
assigned to operational units of hte
USAF Aerospace Force.


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THE STAR, Port St. Jot, Fai THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1960


Junior Football Program Gets Started

With Intra-Squad Game Last Saturday

This past Saturday morning the ning of David Babbitt, Larry Par-
Jknior High Footbail team played ker and Bob Craig kep tthe White
their first intra-squad geane of t he Team ahead until the last minute
season. With only a minute left in of the game. Defensive standouts
the game the Red team came from for the Whites were: Billy Versiga,
a 13-12 defeat to score a touchdown George. Herring and Clyde Norris.
and won the 'game by the soore of Other boys that saw action for the
19-13. White Team, were: Norton Kil-
Outstanding on offense for the ibourn, Jerry Branch, Danny Odumn,
Red team was Jimmy Goodman Heribent 'Smith, Randal Richard's,
who scored two touichdowis and Jinior Nichols, Kenneth Broadnax,
Phillip Ivey aided by the fine run- Donnie Smith, David' Dickey, Billy
ning of Charles Gibson 'who set p AnAitley, George Small, Eugene Har-
the game winning touchdown. A per, Billy Smith, Jose Garcia and
pass from Billy Wager to Buddy Maurice FBuler.


FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK


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FIFTY YEARS A PRIEST
Rev. Paul Hogarty, Pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic Church
of Port St. Joe, congratulates Archbishop, the Most Reverend
Thomas J Toolen D. D., at his Golden Jubilee celebration
in Mobile, Alabama, last Thursday, September 30.


Social Security Change Allows 25,000

More Persons to Collect Benefits


Nationally, about 25,000 people
-widows, aged' dependent parents,
and disabled children age 18 and
over-the survivors of workers 'who
died before 1940, will now be able
'to collect mont ly social security
benefits.
Thia change under hte 1960
Amendments does not affect *a
lange number of people but Li. most
Important 'tu .th.ose who are ,affe :t-
l" ed.
Originally, the Social Security
aw provided ibeneflts only ,for r1-


Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Corner Long Ave. & Nilles Rd.
Sunday 'School .- 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
-EvangelisticServ. 8:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting
Wednesday -__ 8:00 p.m.


tired workers. The law was chang-
ed in 1939 to make benefits payable
to the survivors and dependents of
workers, (but until the 1960 Amiend-
ments, no monthly [benefits were
provided for the survivors of work-
era who died ,before 1940.
Under the 'new law, payments
can be made to the widows of work-
eis who died' after Miarch 31, 1938,
and before January 1, 1940; to their
aged dependent parents; and to
,their disabled sons and daughters.
To quality for benefits a widow
or dependent mother of a 'worker
-vho died' before 1940 must be 62
years of age .or over. A dependent
father mauast be 65 or over. A dis-
abled son or daughter must have
a disability so severe that It keep
him or her from doing any .sulbtan-
ftial gainful work. Also, 'the disabili-
ity must have ,begun before the
'child reached his 18th birthday.
Itf you believe ,that you or some-
one yoiu know may be eligible tq
get 'benefits as a result of this


PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH

Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 7:45 P.M.
Prayer Service (Thursday) -----7:45 P.M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort
"Souls Harbor in the Port Area"



You Are Cordially Invited To Attend


Long Ave. Baptist Church
REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ...------.. 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) .. 7:30 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME



I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner" Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor


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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
John C. Carmichael, Pastor
Pert 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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Smith scored hte extra poini. Oth-
er players that saw action for the
Red, team were: Mike White, Jun-
ior Bell, Ted Whitiffeld, Morris
Buttram, Jerome Barnes, Buddy
Smith, Danny Wilson, Billy Wager,
David Young, Gary Davis, ,Ray1
Ramsey, Babby Antley, Tonmmy
Wright and Andrew Trammell.
The WVhite Team was outstand-
ing in defeat as the offensive play
of Quartreback Al Cathey and' ruu-


,change in rthe law, r'anber, a
claim must be made for the pay-
ments. Call, write, or visit your so-
clal security district office 'to ask
about making an application. The
office for this area is looatedl at
1135 Harrison Aivenue, Pinamia
City. The telephone number is POp-
lar 34331.


401 Williams Ave.


The entire Junior Squadi saw ac-
tion in this intra-squad game with
the -exception of Charles Thomas
who had to be out of town.
The Junior High Football team
will play the Junior High team
from cOhattahoochee this Saturday
morning at 10:30. This wiUl be the
first game against 'another inter-
scholastic team 'for most ol these
players. They have been working
hard to prepare for this game and
will ibe working towards ether first
victory. Oomie lonu stand watch the
tfaiture Sharka play. Admission for
this game 'will be, students 25c and
adults 50c. The Junior High team
will play 'another intra-squad game
Thursday night, October 13, then
travel to Chattahoochee for a re-
turn game Wednesday, October 19
at 4:30 p.m.


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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
TRAINING UNION 7:30
EVENING WORSHIP 7:80
PRAYER MEETING (Wednesday) ........ 7:80
"Come and Worship God With Us"


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Port St. Joe, Florida


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Increase In Autos Causes Servi

Most of us ojW, f ro our an-, "Itf car owners generally under- thr broaden, our abocks in order fro
tage point behind the rmelft ouir stoo this siiuationA.'tey a iglttwell give ithe prompt service-needed' bn
own ca, ithat't" ifsak i.ore hg'h>-ibe-a- ..t moe re ghtedo-i but .paa and supple for cars of all
ways, by-way and sheets io6 gsttfaiftg.ithlieir cara in for -pre- ineir makes, models and ages. Fortunate-
all the cars iat .are t lyng to-i:a e lrvcing", .eay Mr. Laambersf, of ly, as the NAPA Jobiber here, we
.em, and more h.. p e-;bhe advantage of 41e
them, and more Parkini l 'e a t.. Joe- Ato ,A Pvei e le
surb space io park oi cars in Jbber here in Port St.-Joe. "As a to order practically everything. e
'when we are aot driving eair t partfa andi .ipplies. to need overnight fran our NAPA
The tiamga we doant. realizere the eaervice-3Qpiar trade In this Warehouse in Jaeksonivi'lle. F hr
te problems that .ihe. automobile area, o.fr own 'bu inesa. e a fair years ago we were replenishingi4 r
service-repair. industry' 'conront- reflection of the station i 'wil.ich stocks twice .a week. More recnt-
ed with as.-W'hieasultt'Of "ti grpw'bh ill auitomiUtive repair shops and y1,, ,e began to do it very other
in ce populat., an,.d combibined. service ato i nd hemse.:.t i "i dy, a "nd now we ,are doing lton
with- the growd g, complexity and "During the past tive years, the a y basis. A& result we are
thq trequeita neahancal; d'atnce- me~hanlcal changes in yearly o( able o supply the shops and ser-
iments a aide. in she cars produced dels have 'beem ach that we have vice stations in this area with al-
within the ;pastiVe years. : 1foud.It necessaryeach year to tur- s anything they may need, for
-^ -anly 'oar, onalmost Instant notice."
Tie St. Joe Auto IBarts Companyq
is one of some 3,000 ilAPA Jobbers
onr : throughout the 50 states associat-
-/ p f UO U lamo e ed with NAPA, hte nation's largest
: : independent parts organization.
or BUILD YOUR FLORIDA ROOM Through. its 45Wa.rhs,
%s'c. "i. : -. ... sctong upward of 55,000 dffer-
FREE ESTIMATES FINANCING ARRANGED enat parts required for cars and
tauim now i n service,, is provided
Overnight service on nationally ad-
V .v ertised products of genuie qial-
LE ,- 1 ity wi-aoh cover practically every
S" need. his month .St. Joe. Auto6
301 Williams Avenue ': mort St..Joe, Florida Parts is .participating in the nation-
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ice Problems 'THE STAR

S.HE SAR, Port St, Joe, la. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1960
THE STAR, Port St. Joe- Fla. THURSDA, OOTOBER 1960 Published Every Thursday At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florida
By The Star Publishing Company
375 Persons Will Die Florid WSY R RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
o I O Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
ghw ys D ring Ls uar r of e r Reader and Bookkeeper L "
Hifghways During Ltst Quarterof Year ONE YEAR, $.00 SIX MONTHS $1.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
flhuVuM & SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Entered .M second-class matter, December 19, 1937, at the Postoffice, Port St. Joe,
TALLAHASSEE -I'The Florida .people wre'llled a hihWay Me. Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
Highway Patrol predicted this week cideint for that period of time lat AL BAuL 7-a161
that 375 persons will 'be killed.in year, Ad' ithe (patrol tear that til- TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the puliqhers
traffic during the last quarter of,dre -will itcreaase 1 4 n dhi'. t holdthemeelves liable for damage further than amount received for s.2
this year it preset i.nrease tre n ",Starting wih Octo"berie ttm- t. i
this yea i ,present grease trends with obe 'um Tit spolkn word Is gven.scant attention; the printed word Is thoughtfully
continue. br climb each :year a then wenahed. Tih spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
.*epeworda aot; teI printed word remains.
The prediction is based o04 the months. ae. Tra claimed 94en wor is lost; t printed word remains.
current traffic death rate increase, lyes lsast October, 107 died by the
plus increased miles 'ot travel. auto in Noveinber amd the figure
Three hundred and thirty-three rose to 132 or 'the -month of Do- Lock of Spraying Operations Proves
opT.byig i
station h'as been. eeitnheded to all "We have, very wal Point That S racing IS Effective
members of the. automotive main.- trooperout om t highway sniht
tenance trade (as well 'as interest- and day'' Ideclairedo Cndr. H. N.
ed car owners) to.visit their store KTlinami r, "'ut' lesa than 500 troop This writer was sitting next to Rotary program chairman,
at 311 Williams Avenue during the ers in't ap:kee an. eye on. almost Silas R. '(Mickey). Stone and with Rotary District Governor Ho-
comineg month. tfhlre: mMR-ion 'lorida" I4 M mer iBrinkley Thursday at noon holding a conversation. The
"We feel very fortunate ine, ing tO conversation got around to a recent program of the Rotary Club-
assocated with NAPA", says Mr. help yourel Ja .little. iv.e to "t- on the subject of Indians in this area of by-gone days. We were .
Lamt.erson. Because of this o ec- ali ,. telling Brinldey of the fact that every piece of pottery found by
tion, we are able' to give' aster i the'speaker had a hole knocked in the bottom of it before it was
a.d more complete service t i i discarded to keep it from filling up with "evil spirits." Mickey
ser-'ice and repair trade in tht- came up with the thought that maybe the Indians knocked that
comimuniity than we could, ssi hole in ,the bottom to keep mosquitoes from breeding in- e
do to.herwise. Naturally, We fal *- |
down 'occasionally, ,ut we can picFk or Jo hntI IT S Of course, we had to counter with the idea that maybe the Indians.
ourselves Iup 'and deliver -:. mor considered the mosquitoes as evil spirits.
quickly. by reason of our nearby Certainly many people in this area have been thinking of
NAPA Warehouse Service and th 4 I : T :A. these pests in. these terms lately and maybe even a few stronger
36 ytrs &x ot experience whica. haz.s. more profane terms.
ena.bked this !orgaiization'to fore- .* .... .. : '
see coming needs. i,.o- hmay be the long way around to a subject, but we did
_____ ".^ want to bring it to your attention that the mosquitoes have been
unusually bad lately. Several people have noticed this and com-
mented on it. Most everybody is against them.
Which brings us now directly to the point. It comes to
R T H! indthat for te, past several years we have heard such choice
yCHEVROLET^~ bits of ,criticism[ .against the County's spraying operations as:' "It
.... H' -doesn't do any good to spray those mosquitoes like that
.... --^ M .stuff. .. it's a waste of money to blow that fog out of a machine
and let the wind carry it away just another job to give to
Some political supporters".
Morespace The tide has now changed. This past month of no spray-
m6re spunk ing activity has brought out a bumper mosquito crop. People
are nqw crying for the spraying to continue. We are now all con-
A and wagons, too100 vificed that the spraying operation is effective.
S "According' to Emmette Daniell, who operates the County's
Here's the new Chevy Corvair for '61 with pest control program, the mosquito fogging just ran out of money
;a complete line of complete thrift' rM. r top soon.. Emmette says that the blame isn't because enough
To start with, every Coryai.ba dget" money wasn't budgeted. He says that when the budget was set,
pleasing price tag. And. Corvair goes oAn. plenty of money was allocated. But, shortly after the budget
from there to save you even more. With, was set, the State board that regulates this operation came out
extra mes per gallon -quicker-than ever cod-art warmup so you start saving rier, and didn't irease the budget the buy the extra poison. The
sooner ~.. a new extra-cost -optional county couldn't crease .their portion, of the budget because it
along wththis extra economy: .aore room had already: be set. Buying the extra poison depleted the
)al:,ngwith'itis extra economy: afore room bo'. .o"s....
inside for you, more room up. front for budget too soon. Emmette says that sufficient money will be
your luggage (sedans and coupes have .allocated for the next fiscal year to take care of the extra dosage
almost 12% more usabletrunik space). needed to do an effective job. Meanwhile, we'll just have to
A ._ : ; ., swat and bear it.


.ndt our new wagons? ioull love them-
think they're the greatest thing for
families since houses. The Lakewood
Station Wagon does a man-sized job wit'
cargo, up to 68 cubic feet of it. The Green-
brier Sports Wagon you're going to hae
to see-it gives you up to 175.5 cubic
feet of space for you and your things.
Corvair's whole thrifty lineup gets its pep
from a sptnkier 145-cu.-in. air-cooled rear
engine. Same rear-engine traction, same
smooth 4-wheel independent-suspension
ride. See the polished and refined 1961
Corvair', first chance you get .at your
:he vrolet dealer's.


COVWAIR 700 CLUB COUPE. Like all coupes and
sedans, it has a longer range fuel tank.


- CORVAIR 700,4DOOR SEDAN. Provisions for heat.
.. ... ing ducts zre built right into its Body by Fisher.


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Spare tire is in, the trear in coupes and
sedans-leaving more luggage space up
front.


EveiiAr ddle-seat passengers it pretty,
thanks to CorVair'. practicOlly, flat for,

Now in. production-the. RENB R ER
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S to twice as' mudh roo*'us
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oe, Florida


Conduct of Some Adults At Football

Games Is Distasteful and Repugnant
It was pa fully evident at Friday night's football game
that the people have forgotten that there is a law against drink-
ing and using profane and obscene language on school property.
Drinking, cursing and obscene language was painfully evident
Friday night; especially on the visitor's side of the stadium. And
most of the carrying on wasn't done by the visitors. Local peo-
ple gather en this side to do most of their disagreeable acts. This
makes it doubly bad, since we show our worse side to people who
then form an opinion of the entire community from this group.
It is not only shameful for our visitors to witness such con-
duct, but it is also disgusting that such activities should be
flaunted before our school age children. It isn't becoming of an
adult who should know how to conduct his actions and speech
before children and company.
I This newspaper believes that both the County Sheriffs
Department and the Port St. Joe Police Department should co-
operate with their available manpower and patrol each side of
the football stands during a game constantly going from one end
to the other. .We recommend that they make a few examples of
this element and the distasteful behaviour will stop.
Maybe we are prudish or old-maidish, but we do not care
for this kind of conduct and we do not care for our children
to witness or listen to it. And since such actions are against the
law, we feel that, armed with legal prohibition of such acts, we
should not be forced to witness them another week.

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the new post office: building is
pected to begin, -lumedately, aec-
mrin'g to Paiiaitr Nle Miler-
Ten. Oompletioi tIs expected by
b ruary 1, .P6l. .. ; .. .
The nmew potaofice well be beat-
I between Wewa Hardware Co.,
lid the Amoo 'od s seitfinii* $jst
aoss the streertflrom the present
est office baltding. It w'will provide
914 square feet of t terror Aipace,
Soutside loading platforn, and
an0'e space foB piarkiug laid It6uok
a moirvrelng. Sftpeffcaitloaue idi1
r new modernigting 'and' eqiro-
Lnt, including-- a ..low-, openeat-
mservice counter -; .. -
Stated Postmaster General Sum
erfield: "This is another n-por-
aint step in ,- e Poit Office Depart-
emnt's &dri AtDm'Pton program lid-'
oizedbyonzgress i improve e
s0tal services .or the public lby
oviding new hmldlipg i-d .equip-
ent, designed for efiHcient and
onomioal mail handLtng."
He pointed out ~that 'the postal
wility to be but.iltin -'W wahdhl
ItyWCa ol many others going ip
oewlhere throughout the country.
ihese new post officee" be said,
n lbal not only -the modern pat-
a-lervice counters and eyesaving
morescent lighting,- Iut proTiason
made for paten service -after-
'uliar business hourS."
Mhe new bRuilding, 'wlW rTemaiW
dler o vriate ownership 'while m- '-
r lease to e F'ederl Govern-
!ant; hence it wBl apay .iocal real
ate Itaxes to bear its share of
cost f Elocal government -
in the yeais ahea btmai itlervi.e
l. "be. Immrenaely Im'proved, sc-
daing to the Postmater .oener-

tnder developments. a t mach eis
i tsactually rear, ..wddrses e
beras nd then sw ts the mail in'
cial saots- ready, Ior-.dispatch.
other machine-aespaaltea rapidlly-
iving mail accoralindAto ddred -
push button keyhbald. StilR aa-
er machine caince .-ms- a6.
beds of 30,000 letters am hour.
Now being oiisideredi for use ia
new compact customerIoverate
ostal Sub-sibatlion" with mecheani-
, devices that sell' astanp, enre-
pes, money orders, accepts parcel
at and makes change.
'Mall handling on the woarooini
orse of our largest post offices
rapidly being tnecdhaxied. This
tI end the old fashioned' methods
i(end- labor 4and -the reialifanit
after asTosiai -


.cq.recent .Yews, the howling m4
pient tok the. shuffle -alHeyhas mdW
-it -Deiw blh1 Afw mI4RMOaL tft o, -lo


Contract Signed For Constructioof

New Pest. Of fice Building For Wewa

From the Gulf-County Breeze
A contract bas bee signed *for Bowft fast
the oonstrution d owin F st
new post office .bulmihgfer Wewsa- :-Aw -
iPostmnaister GenerlA; A:' Oum- .-
nmerfield gave out. the inifomaiton The game of bowling in recent
last -we annou-ncfn that th years e phenom enal atrid
building, when complblted wouldd liouiKiy, gridwth andi the numn
hbe leased to the Post-Office De- fiber of play enithusasts who hav
apartment for ten yeafts two atea to. 6the sort.
5-year renewal options. A i 'velopmete tat h
eaal .bier a ot tremendously .aided bowg) ,to b
Costin, Jr., of Port St.t.. *the me gown1.6a'bactilo.ix it i
G(roudbeaklnft and lonsMactionk .. _. -..f '


t owiDg who ouudinarily could not
have played the. reulatioa&- game.

:...Wivh the qamaller, lighter ball In
Auw On.'.o4h.w~beigg-anachq esh the
'lora,.iee itk e.iqor o 'mammua
samellseapt-g", th aiatonaiug low
'c ,_piBe (, a ~ile as :;l ,
pisye.' p, youngg -as atwo years old,

grandma. hair 'louud it enjoyable
and pleamomnt to play tire gam.
Hiondreft, yes, poasiwbly thou-
sands, aof new a-sd muoder sOiper
market .type buildinge have been
constructed- to -help take oare of
.he- er- expanding poipnlarlty of
the gae.. o e g R ulaiton bowi g has
niati-alJy 'won over large numibe*
from the milHons -who now p1lay


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THz STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1960

the bowling machines. talismanent, it has not deterred'
Modern technology and engineer- great numbers in every-.age group
ing has eliminated the back-break- trom enjoying the tun of bowling
tig wor k of the 'pin-setter boys in on the modern bowling machines.
practically .all 1 ithe present day So t hat aU the family can partici-
bowling establis amenits. Modern, pate end play the game, :the Jolly
up-todate edifilces and feacnities Golf Bbag Center at Mexico Beach
have helped attract players of Iboth has installed a whole group of
sexes from evry strata of society. these popular (bowling machine al-
But as mentioned aerlier, it is ley&. To those who haven't yet
the wonderul', electronic bowling played this f. asciating, interesting
manacine 'which enables Junior and game, it will. be a most pleasant re-
Sis, the teenagers, the adults and elation to come and play. 'Whole
the elders to easily anad convenient- groups can plan an evening of Aim
ly enjoy the delight ot bowling at and recreation at least once-a-week
a ftaotion of the regulation game. and oftener. Want a pleasant eve-
klEen though Port St. Joe and its sing to spend? Oomane anid bowl!
vicinity has no regular bowling es- -


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.Lhe counulity l Ot 4l1) on Pri
S'. '. day and again on Mondal, sea'V
ug.. .the entire week with no pick
Services.
o .mmissioner mLth offered the
., ". .. *' opinion that ~ ',thiwas "done gar-
bage collection charge would need
t o be increased by at least $1.00
-'; '.~f" or each quarter of a year.
S '': Ramsey niTge4 tht the oiniis-
sion consider adding another truck
and puibl cise the-need for-a ga-r-
' '""" bage te increase by $1.00 every
S '' three months along with the pro-
-visln, let the matter ,be publicized
.' .. ."and get public opinion, concerning
.''." a hike in 'rates. It was pointed out
that betterr garbage collection was
r..." needed to keep down flies. molqail-
toes, 'and more recently, gnats.
The Commission agreed to con-
eider purchasing another truck to
Soperafe wth the old one for the
.. purpose of providing better collec-
/', tion service and publicize the in-
.tention of hiking glabage rates to
finance the service.
Garbage colection service is at .
a 'point where it 'trains the (pres-
--.........;'... .':ent. t one truck the city has, because
of the growth of population in
Pont 'SLt. JO.
Other Business
.;, In .her nimatters to come before
S the Commiass.ion, Tuesdlay- night,
:. '. permission was granted' tor use of
.,' he Genteinial mildings on alter-
nate Ftrday nights tor use- by a
S. square dance olubobeing- formed in
.. .' Port St. Joe. The. permission was
Started d ,' the. rovisio .Mlath


MISS BARBARA LORINE MITCHELL

Mitchell Kerrigan
Mr. and, Mrs. Thomas Jackson Mitchell of this city announces
the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Bar-`
bara Lorine to James Michael Kerrigan, son of Mr. and' Mrs.
RalYert Wedge Kerrigan leo of this city.
The wedding will be an event of December 20 at 7:00 p.m.
in the First Methodist Church of Port St. Joe.


bage collection service and make
,their garbage pick-ups three times
a week. He told the Commission
gar-


bwore Wges. 6 oaUM aA wn i 9 f nt gt (dn'e THE ftAA, Poht 6 JdJ,- la.
.The Sl ara Aihould be 00eo tll- er. rom ,the Squiare Eight Square-
lated for itheitr ine job against such )Danoce Club. Attet classes are coM0 0 anghter Patricia of Packer visited
overwhelming Odds. plete, a non-profit square dance ,Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Mae
IN MILTON TOMORROW club will be eStaiblished here for Creamer and family.


Tomorrow might the Sharks will the purpose of recreation.
meet -a similar challenge when. Edwin and Sara Peters, former
they travel' to Milton. Milton is the menibers of a square dance club
newest member ot the NWFC and In Panama City are taking names
they are expected to ibe on 'the for the classes. Interested couples
same par as Mariaxnna or even bet- 'are )quested to call them at 9-2241
ter. The. Shakes will have to" be at or contact them at -their home at
their very "bet bgalnst this team '1603Marvin Avenue in Port St.
and-the loss of Jimmy Dawson will 'Joe.
leawe a. gapping hole in the 1iharks j --
defense as well as their offense. NEWS FROM
THE YARDSTICK
St. Joe Marlanna Hiah nfl View


Firet Downs --
Yds. Rushing
Yds, passing
Pass. attempt ..-----.
'Pass comp. ----...
Had intercepted __
Yds. penalized -.--
Fumbles lost ___


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Square Dance Club
Being Organized

A Western style square dance
demonstration and open house is to
'be held in Port iSt. Joe Friday" eve-
ning, October 14 at 8:00 pm. in the
Centennial Building. As a modern
version for the most popular diver-
tmaon ofthe- ioneers. Western stvle


square- dancing hwa reached new
heights of popularity and is con-
trolled through locally organized
square dance clubs Such clubs we


the building could be retained for organized, in many communities
use for the High School prom andy ianid visits between clubs are fre-
other activities of 'importance that' quent. The 'state an national con-
might come up on regular square ventions attract thousands of danc-
dance nights., ers each year.
The Commission also agreed to Gilt Matbis, caller and instructor
above street lights installed, on Long from Panama City wlil (be teaching
Avenue trom .8th Street to the _
High School at appropriatee inter-


Sharks Lose First Game
(Continued Ffrmn Pae 1)
ter tbe ore Marlanna was able to


Mr. and 'Mrs. W. C. Miles spent
-Saturday in Graceville visiting
Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Taylor.
Ms. J. B. Allen thad as her guests
during the week end, her mother,
'Mrs. Lillian Oammmpbell of Brun-
didege, Ala.
Mr. and' Mrs. Junior Pa'torson of
Bonitay ,spent Sunday with Mr. and.
Mrs. Walter Armstrong and (;am-
ly.
Mr. and Mrs. James Paterson
and' daughter, Patsy, visited friends


and' relatives in
week end'.
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armirong
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during 'the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Knight and
daughter of Perry, visited, Mrs. !s-
sle V. Knight and family Sunday.
Friends, of J. T. Mancil will, re-
gret to learn of his accident, but
wish him a speedy recovery.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mrs. Marjorie Player and' Mrs.
Dollie Watson were honored .on
Saturday night with a joint birth
day party at the home of their bro-
'ther, Ourtis Griffin. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Griffi in
of Blountatown, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Griffin and daughters of Penisacola
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of Milk

of the highest quality, good taste, and guaranteed' pure. .While nlk is our
product""we can furnish you many other dairy products. Delivery of'these
products .



is Hanidy

'o the housewife planning three meals a day. And every meal should include
a dairy product for good health. Give us a call for this convenient service.




HARDEN'S DAIRY.


Borden's Dairy Products

Phone Collect At Wewahitchka, NEwton 9-2421

FRESH EGGS MILK COTTAGE CHEESE

BUTTFRMILK CREAM,

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TO ENTER!


"Dependable, clean, and efficient." This is a brief but
accurate description of Warrengas-the concentrated fuel.
But you can describe Warrengas fuel even better-and
you have up to 25 words to do it! And a chance to win a
winter's supply of Warrengas fuel!
'No cost to enter-no obligation. Here's how-and
good luck!



Tips to help you win

There just isn't any fuel cleaner, more modern than
Warrengas, the concentrated fuel. It's healthful, even
heat-no fumes, soot or oily film to cling to walls, wood-
n.. work and curtains.
To heat with Warrengas fuel for a whole winter, simply
light your automatic heater, turn one knob, set one dial
-and forget it.
e Also, Warrengas gives you oceans of hot water because
modern gas water heaters deliver three times as much
1600 F. hot water as the larger electric water heaters.
All these advantages can be yours with Warrengas wher-
ever you live. You have your own fuel supply to keep
you snug and happy, even in "lines down" weather.
It costs only pennies a day to heat with Warrengas.
There's no better way to enjoy clean, healthful, auto-
matic heating without fuss or muss.
If you think Warrengas is LP-Gas, bottled gas, propane
or butane, you're almost right. The difference is the
guaranteed quality, purity and dependability of Warren-
gps, the concentrated fuel.
No other lund of fuel will heat your home, cook your
meals, heat your water dry your clothes, burn your
garbage, warm baby chicks, and power your tractor.
Why should anyone use anything but Warrengas, the
concentrated fuel?

h e, 1.sarby dependable Warrengas distributor is


WEST FLA. GAS & FUEL CO.


418 REID AVENUE



PHONE 7-429


OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES
1. Complete this sentence, "I would like to heat my
home with Warrengas fuel, because..." in 25 words
or less. If the rest of the family wants to help you-
fine. But only one entry per family.
2. Obtain an official entry blank from your Warrengas
distributor, or clip and use the one below. Before.mid-
night October 22, 1960, mail to The Milton Co., P. 0.
Box 390, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, the official contest
judges.
8. 'Ihe decision of the official judges will be final. Entrie
will be judged on the basis of originality, sincerity and
aptness of thought. All entries become the property of
Warren Petroleum Corporation, producers of Warren-
gas fuel, and none can be returned. Incomplete or
illegible entries will not be considered.
4. A sealed envelope containing the name of the winne.
will be opened on Nov. 5, 1960. Everyone is invited to
attend the official announcement of the winner's name.
5. The winner will receive enough Warrengas fuel to heat
his home for six (6) months (October, 1960 through
March, 1961). Because home heating requirement
vary, all contestants agree to accept our estimate of the
gallonage required to heat an average.home in this area.
6. This contest is subject to all Federal, state and local
regulations and is open to any adult resident of the
continental United States, except those employed by
Warren Petroleum Corporation, its branded distribu-
tors, its advertising agencies, and members of their
families. The prize is not transferable.


/MAIL YOUR ENTRY BLANK TODAY!

GENTLEMEN:
This is my entry in the Warrengas "Home
I Heating Contest":
"I would like to heat my home with Warrengas
because
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(A separate sheet of paper may be attached if you desire.)
MY NAME:
MY ADDRESS: I
SCITY- STATE-
WARRENGAS DISTRIBUTOR'S NAME-
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g MAIL TO: THE MILTON C., P. O. BOX 390, OKMUL6EE, OKLAHOMA
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THU.Av, Oato ft 8. 1964

and sons of Panama City.

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20% DISCOUNT
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BOY, DID I SAVE MONEY!

HOW?

Why, I financed my new car at the Florida
National Bank at Port St. Joe!

Now is that time of the year when we get
the "new car itis". Look them all over.
Pick out the car you would like to own.
Then come to see our friendly people at
the Florida National Bank at Port St. Joe
before you buy any car. Inquire about
our finance plan. You will be surprised at
the amount of money you will save by
buying your car with a loan from our bank.



Florida National Bank

at PORT ST. JOE
Member FDIC Member, Florida National Group


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