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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: November 17, 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


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orce ;Tade with :


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

TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR TIJUIRSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1960 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 8


State. Cabinet To Seek Cause



Of Dead Lake Dar Trouble


TALLAHASSEE The Cabinet out first what caused the near time, ran into the same problem
moved Tuesday to try to fix the break-through in the dam less than and changed its plans and the
blame for structural inadequacies a month after its completion, bridge is holding well.
in the new Dead Lakes dam near Saunders said the engineers who The dam cost $180,000 and was
Wew'ahitchka which will cost $60,- drafted the plan for the dam had financed' by a $90,000 legislative
000 to $80,000 to repair. indicated before its completion appropriation, a $60,000 loan from
Harry Saunders of Port St. Joe, that some changes 'might be requir- the trustees and $30,000 raised by
representing the Dead Lakes Man- ed to hold the water. But he said the district.
agement District, asked the Cabi- there was doubt In their minds andhe d t
net trustees of the Internal Im- since the additional work 'would Saunders said he did not believe
provement Fund for a $60,000 loan have cost another $50,000 or $60,- anyore.could be held accou table.
to put the dam In first-rate work- 000, the district decided to take a veBtigrte o see st anyone is legally
But orddre b C pironcl R T R o a read n,. liable and whether pouring .another
But prodded by Comptroller Ray The Road Department, which $60,000 or so into the project will
Green, the trustees decided to .find built a bridge nearby 't the same do the trick.
Gov. LeRoy Collins and Attorney
'. .. General .Richard Ervin agreed and
S'. '' named a committee composed of
Green, Ralph ,McLane, an assistant
to Ervin, and trustees Director Van
Ferguson to iget the facts. They'll
meet with representatives of the
engineers, the contractor, road de-
partment and management district.


Kiwanis Clubt

tDedicates Court


NEW A & P BUILDING-The A & P Super Market in Port St Joe
in Port St. Joe opens today in 'the new building on Fifttit.Street,
pictured above. (Star photo)


A & P Food Stores Move Into New'-

Building; Open for Business Today

One of the most complete shop- i-aw completely air-conditioned S i-
ging services ever offered Port 'St. per Market in Port St. Joe expres-
-Joe cogpiers will 'be pa.ca i'nses our confidence lJt.the..growrn
full' operation:whea The Great At- of this comn unitv and the deSlre
lantic. &.-Pactific Tea- Company op-. to ,keep pace with the rapid devel-
'ens its brand new s-tore in 'Port St. opment of this area.
Joe Thursday (today). H. L. Patton, A & P 'Supervisor
Today at 8:00 'a-m. marks the in this area, who wa-s instrumental
formal opening of the newest store in locating the Port St. Joe store,
of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea pointed out that the air condition-
Company, the nation's oldest aud inig. provides both warm air and
most celebrated food' chain now cool, as well as assuring humidity
observing its 101st year of service control for the comfort of both the
'to the homemakers ,of America. customers and the employees 'and
A. D. Barratt of Jacksonvillf,, the preservation of perishable
General Superintendent of the merchandise.
Company Operations in Florida, .dMr. Patton noted that wide aisles
portions .of Georgia and South Car- *complete iself-service in .every de-
olina, said that the opening 'of this (Continued On Page 4)


WINS WINTER'S SUPPLY OF GAS
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Mrs. M'adaleine Whitaker is being presented with a certificate
worth a full winter's supply of liquified petroleum gas by Frank Mc-
Donald, 'manager iof the West Florida Gas and Fuel Company here in
Port St. Joe.
VMrs. Whitaker won the .gas by completing a sentence in a recent
contest run by 'the company and 'sponsored. 'by the Warrengas petroleum
company. (Star photo)



The Port St. Joe Kiwanis Cllub
formally dedicated its new 'tennis
court recently constructed at' the
-urt ,St. Joe High School Tuesday
after i.ts 'regular meeting.
'the court, located on' the Hign
'School' Igrounds is concrete with


Star Sets Early

Press Day For

Next Week's Issue

The Star will go into the mail
next week .on Wednesday morn-
ing in place of the customary
Thursday, so that our staff may
take the Thanksgiving holidays
off and so that you will get your
paper delivered by the malls be-
fore Friday.
All news'and -advertising ma-
terial to be published in next
week's Star should be-in our of-
fice no later .than 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday.


Pleas Entered

In Two Cases

Tuesday 4was plea day in the
County Judge's 'Court, with Judge
Sam 'P. Husband, presiding. .
Entering ,pleas in the court were
H. L. Bozeman, Jr., H. L. Bozeman,
Sr., and-.F. 3E. Trammell, all plead-
ing ",not guilty" in a -case involving
assault.
Another ease. involving hit and
run charges .against Roy Collins of
Port St. Joe, resulted in Collins
pleading "nofteguilty" to the charge.
Several .other cases were on the
docket, but' the defendants did not
appear in court to. plea so warrenlts
have been issued in these cases.
Judge Husband reports 'that ',a
jury is being called, for November
28,. 29 and 30 with a full three days
of court. scheduled.-


gl4ansized steel mesh net and back- ______.__
stops. The court was constructed
at a cost of around $2,000.00 paid LegiOn To ViWw
for by Kiwanis minstrels and holi- c t Film
day fruit cake sales. (The club Is Boy Scout Film
now selling -their famous Claxton 3 American Legion Commander, Al-
fruit cakes). 'bert Thames, invites, all Legion-
The court was dedicated in hon- naires and their families, 'and any-
or of the late Victor R,. Anderson, one else "utere: ied in the 'showing
who wars the last charter member 'of the Boy Scout Jamibcre film to


of Lthe club. Oa hand' for 'the dedI-
cation as guests of 'tie club were.
Anderso s' family, Mra.. Jeanette
Anderson, Freddy and Gail Ander-
son and Mre. Mary Lou Hudson.
SThe court i identified by a mar-
,ble plaque stakng- that the club
was donated by the Club in honor
of Anderson. The plaque was do-
nated ,to the club by Bob Ingram,
president of the St. Andrew Ki-
wanis Club.
Guests of the club Tuesday, oth-
er th&n the Anderson family and
Ingram were George Boyer 'and Bo
Williams from the Port St. Joe
High School.


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Delegation Hunts

Barge Canal Funds

Harry H. Saunders, Vice Presi-
dent, St. Joe Paper Company,
appeared at a hearing before the
Bureau of the Budget in Washing-
ton, D. C. on November 9, In sup-
port of the Cross-Florlda Barge
'Canal. Among other Florldians
appearing and speaking in behalf
of this project were Governor-
Elect 'Farris Bryant and Secre-
tary of State Tom Adams. Repre-
sentative Charles Bennett did an
excellent job in presenting the
delegation and adding his very
strong views in support of the
project.

Pentecostal Holiness
In Week End Revival

A week end revival service will
be held. in the Pentecostal Holiness
'Church on Garrison Avenue begin-


attend Lie ni e.ttLa at the Legion.-
Home tonight at 8:00 ip.m.
Thisf film was, made 'by Scoat-
master John Simpson and features'
the Scouts that attended the Jam-
boree from Port St. Joe.
Scout Exedutive Bob Walton will
be present and will give some facts
and figures on the ,management" of
and feeding. the Scouts at the Jam-
boree.

Mexico Beach Plans

Fish Fry Saturday
The Mexico Beach Business As-
sociation is sponsoring a giant pub-
lic fish fry this 'Saturday afternoon,
November 19 .from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
to be held at the State Wayside
Park on Highway 98. 'at Mexico
Beach.
The fish fr.y will offer 'all you
can 'eat for 50c a person. Bring the
family and the children. Bring your
friend's. -
Come, eat and have. a good time
at the fish, fry.

Garden Club To

Feature Work Shop
A work 'shop will be the feature
program of Mrs. Fred Maddox for
the Port Sit. Joe Garden 'Club when
they meet Tuesday, lNovember 21
at 10:00 a.mn. until 2:00 p.m.
The meeting will Ibe held at the
St. Jaimes' Parish House 'and. mem-
bers of the Garden Club extend a
cordial invitation 'to all interested
persons to attend.
Each person attending the meet-
ing is asked to bring their lunch.
A beverage will be furnished.

I Return To Alabama


ning tonight 'at 7:30 p.m. 'Services Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Upshaw re-
will be held tonight, Friday, Sat- turned to 'their home in Birming-
urday and' 'Sunday nights at 7:30 ham, Ala., after a few days visit
and, at 'the regular 11:00 a.m. 'Sun- here with Mrs. W. C. Pridgeon. Mrs.
,day morning 'service time. Pridgeon accompanied them home
where .she will visit for about two
Rev. C. 0. Forehand of Tall'ahas- weeks.


see will be the guest evangelist.
Featured on the program will be
'special music by Mrs. Forehand and
her .son and the 'Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church quartet.
A nursery is provided for small
children. The pastor, Rev. Hubert
White, offers a cordial invitation
to all to attend.

Guests of Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Gale Traxler and
son visited this week with. Mrs.
Traxler's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Edwards.


Visits With Fords
,Mrs. Emela ElUott h-as return-
ed to her home in Chicago, Ill., af-
ter visiting a week here with Mr.
and Mrs. Elmo Ford.

Home for Week End
Miss Dianna McKnight, a stu-
dent -at Jones' Business College in
Jacksonville visited with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKnight
ever the week end. She attended
Homecoming at. the University. of
Florida .Saturday.


City Kills Ordinance



To Prohibit Truck Traffic On rison Avenue

The Port St. Joe City Commission turned down, Tuesday night, by a vote of three to
two a proposal to prohibit. the use of Garrison Avenue by heavy trucks. The matter was :pro-
posed two weeks ago by Commissioner John Robert Smith.

City Auditor and Clerk R. W.
Henderson had been asked to Sharks Play Quincy Goo e
Certain from the State Road De-

ared to truck traffic. Hender closon Despite Injury, Sickness Riddled Ranks
a letter he. had received from the


SRD stating that the road could 'be
closed to such traffic provided: I
1. The City could make a formal
-request to 'the State Road Board
for action .on the matter and. the
SRD would decide whether or not
to prohibit truck traffic on the
street, or


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The Port 'St. Joe Sharks, injury ida High team. This Tiallahassee
and flu riddled, played 'one ,of their 'team is rated up with 'the bestt tn
top 'games of the season in 'pite of Florida ,and the Sharks 'will really
taking a 40 'to 19 shellacking at the have their hands full with this big
hands 'of 'the Quincy Tigers last crew.
Friday night in Quincy.
The ,Sharks leaky pass defense THE YARDSTICK
,proved ito be the "big difference in I St. Joe Quincy
the two teams as Quincy passed First Downs .......-----. 10 13
for three of their 'six touchdowns Yds. iRushing ...--.------ 97 207 .
and racked up 174 yards on eight Yds. Passing -------.. 128 174
of 13 completions. Passes Attempted' 27 13
Quincy started the scoring with Passes omp. ..--------....... 12 8
'one 'touchdown in the first quarter Had Intercepted .....--- 2 0
and adding twe more in the second Fumbles Lost ..... 0 .4
quarter. The 'Sharks first touch- Yds. Penalized .....----- 15 25
Down came *in the second qriarter ------
on' a pass from Bob Munn to UusL and
George Boyer-who covered 45 yards Judge Husband
to score and outran several Quin-
cy receivers. Explains Duties
Munn 'had one of his most pro-
ductive nights, throwing three Judge Sam P. Husband explained
touchdown passes, all to George to the Rotary Oluib at their regular
Boyer who scored all three Shark meeting Thursday, some of the du-
TD's& Munn completed 12 out of l7 ties of his office e.
passes for 128 yard's and had two
interceptions. Boyer 'accounted for JudgeSam is a bsy man in that
87 of these yards and hauled in he handles all fsing,
five e 12 completed passe rivers ,licenses, issues marriage
five "o th 1co nlthe p s. licenses, acts las county .coroner,
Quincy came on in the third a
"hears all pleas in, misdemeanor
quarter to score their fourth TD. a
e eee -thrcougheases and handles all Insanity s-
Joe Whaley broke through the
Quincy line to block the -extra e. In his spare time, the udge
S e .e secures birth certificates .for 2thobe
point. Both 'teams scored twice in who failed to 'get them n ..eriter
the last period. Quincy deored on life. To'get ,hese certificates J. 4g1
'a seven yard run and, their' last 'T sba sa the-.pplicant must
came on a 60 ygTs pass play. Both id p f ofbirth
Shark TD's eam6oa, o 10 ,yard pass l,rovid" tree p~fs ibirt such.
playsTD's Munn ato Boyer paMunn s records in a .old famly Blble.
,playsor m Munn to Boyer. Mun&n ebmptismal record, Social Security
cored the extra point on the card application record, witnesses,
Sharks final -tally for a 40 to 19 .,
'score in favor of Quincy.
The Sharks got some good de- During the last two years, Judge
fensive play out of Steve Kennedy Husband -said his office has han-
who has been playing real good idled $54,852.25 in fishing licenses;
ballH or 'the Sharks and Howard $41,545.00 in hunting licenses and
Lovett, Joe Whaley and :Courtney $21,957.00 in Dead Lakes fishing
Martin. permits.
ihe Sharks travel to Tallahassee Guest of the club Thursday was
tomorrow night for their last gafe Rotarian John. Westmoreland of
of the season with a powerful Flor-.Marianna.


2. The City could request 'the
County Commission to request that
Garrison be turned back over to
'the Oity whereby the city could
.pass its own traffic regulations and
would ibe forced to keep ,the street
up. (At present Garrison is desig-
nated as a .State Secondary Road
and will' be maintained by the
S-RD).
Ordinance Read
Henderson 'then read 'a proposed
ordinance requesting the SRD to
prohibit 'truck traffic on Garrison
AvenUe.
'Commissioner I. 'C. Nedley then
spoke Up '*ilestioning the language
of the Ordinance, especially a state-
ment that read' "Whereas certain
,citizens have objected to ',truck
traffic on Garrison Avenue '..".
Nedley said that he 'had heard no
objections. He .went on .to say that
Garrison Avenue had an opportun-
ity a few years back to have a pav-
ed.-,street with sidewalk and gut-
,ters, bbut citizens who lived on the
street objected -,to .the project due
to the faqt that it. would invite too
iucli tratffl. '' -
Nedley said thaat-in his opinion,
if .the, people of Port 'St. Joe con-
tinue to complain 'and object to pav-
ing projects in the City, .then the
SRD will ignore any future re-'
quests for paving. Nedley then mov-
ed that ithe ordinance, be defeated
and' not sent to the SRD.
John Robert Smith then made a'
motion accepting the 'ordinance.
Commissioner Walter Duren re-
minded Smith that a motion, was
already on' the floor to defeat the
ordinance and seconded Nedley's
motion. On roll call, 'Commissioners
Nedley and, Duren and Mayor Sharit
voted to kill ithe Ordinance. Han-
non 'and Smith voted against the
killing motion.
Mayor .Sharit 'stated that he was
of 'the 'opinion that the 'Commission
had no right to deny the use of any
through street to truck traffic.
Asks Location
Harold. Odom, leader of the Sea
Scouts in Port St. Joe appeared
before the Commission asking for
a location to put a Slea 'Scout meet-
ing place. Odom said 'the Sea Scout
Ship had a boat they wished to lo-
cate on land and convert to a meet-
ing place. The Commission referred
Odom to the City Recreation Com-
mittee to agree on a 'suitable loca-
tion.
Ball Park Work
The 'Commission was presented
a request from citizens of the col-
ored ,section of Port 'St. Joe for
some help on building a fence
around the ballpark there. The re-
quest stated that donations had
been pledged for the work but that
the present economic condition in
Port St. Joe had left the work about
halt done. The request asked the
City to finish the laying of the
blocks -with a promise of repay-
ment -from admissions charged at
the ,park in the future.
The Commission 'agreed to do the
work.

Bridge On 16th Street
Open For Traffic

The bridge on 16th Street be-
tween Woodward and Marvin
Avenue was opened for traffic
yesterday morning after being
closed for over two months dur-
ing the process of construction.
Construction workmen finished
the project yesterday morning,
but motorists should show cau-
tion In this vicinity, as clean-up
work is still going on.


the congregation's history. The oc-
casion began the annual Every
Member Canvass to stimulate and
provide for the Church's work lo-
cally and into the world.
Tom Coldewey and Paul Fensom,
co-chairmen of the campaign, an-
nounced plans for teams of vestry-
men and laymen to visit in each
home of Episcopal-connected famnil-

The Rev. Mr. Babbit, Priest-in-
Charge, introduced the speaker, a
layman, Gert H. W. Schmidt of
Jacksonville. Mr. Schmnidt is Pres-


communications of ne Diocese or
Florida. Mr. Schmidt said that this
presence "in this country, In this
room tonight, is the result of un-
selfish ,giving by American Ohris-
tion congregations 'like this one,
for the rehabilitation of World
War I refugee children of which I
was one and I thank God for
this every day of my life."
The picture shows Senior War-
den Charles Wall, the Rev. Mr.
Babbit and Obairman Tom Oolde-
wey discussing with Mr. Schanidt
plans for the forthcoming canvass.


STUDY PLANS: Senior Warden Charles Wall, Rev. Harry Bubbit,
Co-Chairman Tom Coldewey and Gert H. W. Schmidt look over plans
for an every imemlber canvass of the St. Jame, Episoopal Church.


St. James' Church Lays Plans for

Annual Every Member Canvass Work

St. James' Episcopal Church was ident of Florida Ford Tractor Comn-
dinner 'host or members and !any, the Jacksonville Symphony
friends in the Parih House on the Association; member of the Board
rof American Cancer Society, Jack-
evening of election day, entertain- sonville Chamber of Commerce and
ing the largest such gathering in O'Chairman of the Department of


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rHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. tHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1960


S -J TELEPHONE: BAll 7-4191
OPEN DAILY. 2:45 P.N..
SATURDAY. 12:05 P.M.

THURSDAY and FRIDAY


CHRISTMAS SEALS IN MAIL


PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL MAJORETTES strut high as they lead Port St. Joe's Homecoming Par-
ade up Reid Avenue last :Friday afternoon. The parade was the longest and (best Homecoming parade
ever seen in Port St. Joe.


NEWS FROM
Highland View
By BETTY CREAMER
J. R. Griggs of Panama City is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ethel
English and family.
M,.. and' Mrs. Ernest Williams
aid, laughter of Blountstown were
'visitors of the C. A. Griffin family
Sunday.
Friends of Bob Raffield will re-
gret ''to learn of his Illness. We
wih. him -a speedy recovery.
Mr. and' Mrs. Harold Dorman
and family of Panama OCity visit-
ed during the week end with Mrs.
D orman's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Whittington.
Mr. land Mrs. B. A. Peters visit-
ed ti 'Panama City durnig the week
end with Mrs. W. G. Myesser and
family.
Mr. and' Mrs. George Simmons
and Mrs. Mae Creamer and daugh-
ter 'visited relatives near Wewa-
hitchka Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Roberts and-
*Mrs. J. V. Oannington were visit-
Ing tin.anfama City Monday.
Mr., and Mrs. Doyle Cassidy and
son. and Jay. :Latrd. of DeFunti'K
prtinga spent Friday night with
the C. C. Peterson family.
,Mr.' and Mrss.,B. BF. CanUington
spent the week end in Blountstown
'with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Ines Glase, Danny Glais,
Bletty Orean pr and' Anni Wood's,
were among the Christian Cade .s


who spent Friday night at the
West Florida Baptist Assemb'y
Oamp near Panama City. A great
fellowship was enjoyed by the 0a-
dets. Games were played and re-
freshments served. They also had
ithe privilege of enjoying an inter-
esting talk ,by Rev. Jimmie and
Carol Snow.

Lgeion Drill

Team Performs

The Legion Auxiliary Baton and
Drill team gave their first perform-
ance November 8, at a dinner in
honor of. American Legion Auxil-
iary President, Mrs. -Gaynelle An-
derson of Tampa. Their. perform-
ance was very good, considering
the short time they have practiced,
and it is evident that this ,grouIp
will soon ibe making a name as one
of the best Baton and Drill teams
in Northwest Florida.
Next Saturday, after baton in-
,struction, plans will -be anide to
'hold a supper at a date in the near
future, to raise funds for the pur-
chase 'of unlformas or these girl's.,
'Class is at 10:00 a.m. in the Legion
Building. A weekly charge of 25c
is made.


WMU Circle 1

Met Monday
The First Baptist WMU- 'Society
No. 1 met Monday at the church for
their Royal Service program. ,
Program chairman, Mrs.. Mildred
Mongtomery, was in, charge.
- Mrs. Jadine 'Ellis led the group
in prayer for the missionaries on
the calendar Tor this week.
The program wa's on Israel with
the topic studied, "To. Die Without
His Word". Mrs. Montgomery was
.moderator with 'two panel members
Mrs. L. W. Cox and Mrs. Henry
Ayers who brought an Interesting
discussion on the work in Israel
among the Jiew.s.
After a briet (business .session the
meeting was closed with (prayer iby
Mrs. ,Chafin. One visitor, Mrs.
Bruce Upshaw was welcomed.

Nazarenes Slate

District Meet
There will be a 'Sunday School
Zone meeting at the Port St. Joe
Church of the Nazarene on Tues-


day, Novmneber 22 'at. 8:00 a.m.
CLUB 22 BAKE SALE The following. Nazarene Ohurch-
Club 22 of Melody Rebekah Lodge es 'will ,be 'represented: Blounts-
will have 'a .bake sAle and bazaar town, PanaimajCity, Bonifay, Mar-
in the American Lbgion building, lanna, Dothan. Ala., Port -St.' Joe.
Tuesday, Novemb er 22. The (public is invited to attend
It will 1be open 'at 9:30 a.m. tby the (pastor, J.. A. Blackwell.


CHRISTMAS CLUBBERS' BUDGETS

LOOK BETTER ON DECEMBER 26!
All year long our Christmas Savings Club members put aside a small
amount of cash (they scarcely miss it) in an insured account here. Then in


November, right in time for shopping, we mail them

their nest egg in the form of a check. Their budget

never looked better. Yours can tool Phone 7-8191

today.


The young family in the accom- that mei
paying picture probably looks fa- tal care
miliar to you. Little Polly 'and' her circle.
Dad and Mother live 'in Florida so OChrist
it is possible that you may even tuber uli
have met 'them. But, whether or vy6s, hi
not you know them personally, you family;
have a picture of them and may be better ai
aware how important this family is tulbercuh
to you. Robert
Their picture came into your and local
homes this week on a lettre from Cha rmai
your Tuberculosis and Health dents tc
Committee. Accompanying the 'let- Sieal lett
ter were some sheets of Christmas ten a the
Seals ..safe fror
Other
Alt the same time you received loss an
this letter at your home or busl- Gulf Coi
ness, or in your clubs or organiza- Intosh,
tons, th postman delivered the Bissett,
same kind of letter 'and ChristmasI H. H. Sa
,Seals. to Polly's parents. John, Bo
As yo can asee by the newspaper Committ
photograph, this .was a happy oc-
casion for the young couple [be-
cause they know ,how important IN
Christmas 'Seals are in preventing F]
the .spread of TB. Polly and 'her in Re: I
dad' and mother found out about JAC
TB -the hard way. All three of them dece
were stricken with this infectiouso NOTIC
FORI
disease about two years .ago and
all of 'them 'were admitted on the Notice
same day to one of 'Florida's state filed my
tuberculosis hospitals, trtr de
Now they're all home together my Petit
and dad Iback on the job again. final di
They 'want you and your families- vemnber
and, families everywhere-to avoid Honorajb
what happened to them. They want approval
you to realize thatTB is a 'serious for an, io
disease, which can strike with sud- (final dis
den-devastation at anytime, in any tae Eat
place, unless (people are constantly /s
on the alert to prevent It. Ad
Tiu'berculosis, is ,still Florida's of
most serious communicable 'disease. 4s-11-17.
In 1959, there were 1,588 newly re-
ported cases, 10,918 known cases Want
under medical supervision, 'and 226
deaths from TB. Polly's and her
mother's and dad's tuberculosis
was discovered 'early 'enough ,o


Worldly wise,
refreshingly
different.
A debonair flavor of the
Continent is evident in this
new design from Curlee. Side
vents, slanting pockets, lapel
styling... this suit softly says
that you're sophisticated.
The full Curlee line of various
models, as seen so often in
Esquire Magazine, is now
available for your selection.
Prego, won't you stop by?






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Florida National Bank


at PORT ST. JOE
Member FDIC and Florida National Group


Men and Boys Wear
Outfitters for Dads and Lads


lical treatment and hospi-
would mend their family
amas BSeals make possible.
in testing 'and X-ray isur-
sealth education for your
and, research to develop
nd taster ways 'of defeating
os)s.
t H. Ellzey, of .Port 'St. Joe,
1 Christmas 'Seal Campaign
n, urges all 'county resl-
n, answer their Christmas
er today. "Act now to has-
day when all families are
m tuberculosis."
members of the Tubercu-
d' Health 'Committee In
unty are: Mrs. R. H. Mc-
Tom 'Coldewey, 'Mrs. 'L. S.
L. ;S. Bissett, S. R. Brown,
aunders, W. M. Ohatin, Mrs,
wers 'and William Winters,
ee Chairman.

g THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT, GULF COUNTY,
LORIDA. IN PROBATE.
aEstate of
K JUSTICE,
eased.
E OF FILING PETITION
FINAL DISCHARGE OF
ADMINISTRATRIX
Sis hereby given that I have
y final returns as Adminis-
)f the Estate of Jack Jus-
ceased; that I, have filed
ion for distribution and for
charge, and that on No-
19, 1960, I will a apply to the
le S. P. Husband, County
f Gulf County, Florid'a, for
J of said final returns and,
rder 'of distribution and for
charge as Adminlstratrix of
ate of Jack Justice, ,deceas-
s/ Elizabeth I. Justice
iministratrix of .the Estate
SJack Justice, deceased'.

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1960


Legion Observes

Veteran's Day
Veteran's Day was observed by
The American Legion, Post 116 and
Auxiliary, Friday, November 11, at
the cemetery in Wewahitohka and
Holly Hill Cemetery in Port St.
Joe.


Armstrong, Jtimie Dozier, Danny
Moore and Wayne Dozier, accom-
panied' Auxiliary Chaplain, Mrs. El-
len Kirkland In nmemoral rites
held at grave sites of Arthur Lupp-
ton and Clarence Pridgeon. Flow-
ers and flags were placed at these
graves and those of past Legion-
naires, W. S. Smith, Alfred Lupton
and Victor Amderson.
Tapls played by Lindsey Thursby


A color guard of Scouts, Randy concluded the ceremonies.


HIGHWAY 98

FRESH GROUND 3 LBS.

HAMBURGER $1.19

PRIMROSE ROLL LB. PKG.

SAUSAGE 29c

REGISTER'S NO. 5 JUG

PORK FAT 49c


FLA. GRADE "A" LARGE




EIGGN


DOZ.



59. c


Setting records because the compact
Rambler offers three sizes to meet every
purpose ... and help every purse!
37 straight sales records over year-previous months. Compare '61
Rambler American with other economy compacts-all-new
styling, 6-passenger room, 50% more luggage space in sedans,
23% more cargo space in wagons, proved economy king, 90 or
125 horsepower.
Compare '61 Rambler Classic 6 or V-8 with old "low-priced"
field-get the Best of Both: Big car room, compact car economy
-priced far lower. Compare '61 Ambassador V-8, the high-
p"erformane3 luxury compact, with other luxury cars.


Port St. Joe, Florida


TH TP atS.Je .a


HIGHLAND VIEW, FLORIDA


t
e


Top Quality at America's Lowest Price




AS LOWAS


40 PER MONTH
Rambler American Deluxe 2-Door Sedan. Monthly payments
based on manufacturer's suggested delivered price at factory
with 1/3 down payment, 36-month contract with normal
carrying charges, federal taxes paid. Optional equipment
transportation, insurance, state and local taxes, if any, extra.


WIMBERLY MOTORS, INC.

Corner of Second St. and Monument Ave.


SOCIAL SECURITY FACTS ...


Thanksgiving Specials



McCORMICK'S

RED and WHITE SUPER MARKET


First Baptist Circles
To Meet On Monday
The members of the First Baptist
Ohurch WMU Society Number OnE
'will meet Monday, November 21 in
the following homes.
Oircle 1, Mrs. W. L. Duramt.
Oircle 2, Mrs. Lonnie Bell.
Circle 3, Mrs. Anna Adams in thE
home of Mrs. Myrtice Smith.
Circle 4, 'Mrs. Roy Irwin.
Young Woman's Oicle, Mrs. Vir
ginia Arnold.


FLORIDA GRADE 'A' LB.
LARGE

HENS 39c


ARMOUR'S STAR HEN

TURKEYS lb. 49c
8 to 12 LB. AVG.


The Tatt
Published by

BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
PHONE BALL 7-4261
223 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA.
R. GLENN BOYLES, Owner
"Dedicated to Better Selling mixed with a
little fun"
R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
Associate Editors YOU-ALt.


By JOHN V. CAREY
At'this time of the year during
National 'FHarm-City Week, we
like to emphasize the common goals
e of city and farm people. Social se-
curity certainly- demonstrates the
closeness of these two groups.
- Farmers and city people enjoy ex-
actly the same protection under the
social security program. The l'm-
provements made by 'the 1960
amendments help everyone, farm-
ers included.
Under 'the 1960 amnnedments, whe-
ther you are a farm or city work-
er, your social security is now bet-
ter than ever. Now, a disabled
worker, may receive disability ben-
efits before he is 50 years old. Pre-
viously, only workers between 50
and' 65 could receive these benefits.
And now, farmers, too, have been
covered under 'social security long
enough to meet the work test for
these disabillyt benefits. That is,
they have now been -under social
security long enough to have credit
for five years 'of farm work in the
10-year period ,ending when they
become disabled'. Self-emrployed far-
mers 'were first covered' bgeinning
'with 1955. Farmers who have fail-
ed 'to make 'the necessary self-me-
ployment tax returns can still ob-
tain social security credit (beginning
for 1957 (by making these reports.
Other changes in the law in 1960
reduce the amountt of work re-
quired for people to qualify for re-
tirement 'or survivor benefits; make
it possible for many people past re-
tirement age who work to earn
more without losing 'all' their social
Security benefits; and make im-
provements in other provisions
of the law.
The 1960 amendments affect ev-
eryone. Farmers, as well as other
individuals covered by 'social se-
curity, need to know of these chan-
ges. Inform-ational leaflets and.
pamphlets are available free of
charge at any 'social ,security of-
fice. The office for this area is lo-
ceated at 1135 Harrison Avenue,


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FISH BAIT
and TACKLE

EARTH WORMS
CRICKETS
RED WORMS
Groceries Drinks

T. W. DAVIS
DALKEITH


Panama City. The telephone nuam-
ber dI POplar 3-5331.
--- ----K- -

Wedding Plans

Announced
'Miss Joyce Wynn of this city an-
nounces .her fnl,. wedding plans as
follows:
Miss Wynn will become th bride
of Bo John Lester of Wewahitchlka
on December 9 ait 8:00 pm. in the
Pentecostl' Holiness Church on
Garrison Avenue in Pont St. Joe.
The wedding ceremony will 'be
conducted tby. Refv. Hubert White,
pastor of the church.
All friends and relatives of the
bride and groom are -invited to at-
tend.
Tlhe irereftion wWll follow the
ceremony at the ibrlde's home at
18 01 Marvin Avenau.
-V


THANKSGIVING TURKEY TROT

SPECIALS Take Over At BOYLES!
(Also, A Special Message of Thanksgiving)


Dear Friends:
Yes, a Happy Gobbling Feast In
Merchandise Values is now ready
for youl It's time to be THANK-
PFtL Boyles is saying "Thank
You" with Record Cash Savings!
(See Page 3 Readr this glad
news carefully .. You might
end up with a Big Turkey plus
your Gobbling Good Buys!)
Now, the Tattler turns aside
from business for a few moments
to count blessings and give
thanks: Yes, we're thankful to
be alive in this wonderful age.
We're thankful for health that
permits us to work somee) and
enjily the privileges and benefits
of same. We're thankful for
God's magnificent and beauti-
ful world even though these are
anxious and tense times for all
mankind. We're thankful for a
loyal and devoted companion who
has been a life-saver when the
chips were down for this writer.
We're thankful for two sweet
daughters who have afofrded us
much pleasure along with many
heartaches. We're thankful for a
comfortable though modest home.


We're thankful to be able to ful-
ly enjoy the comforts, conven-
iences and privileges of home.
We're thankful for wonderful
parents still living and enjoying
life. (Father 92, Mother 85).
We're thankful for a host of won-
derful friends who have stuck by
us through thick and thin and af-
forded us a great deal of happi-
ness and satisfaction. We're
thankful for the opportunity and
privilege of serving these fine
people. We're striving to do a
Better job. Most of all, we're
thankful for an All-powerful, All-
wise, All-loving, All-merciful Cre-
ator and Father. We're thankful
that He has purged our mind and
heart of fears, resentments and
bitterness. Yes, we're thankful
for a love that can include all
mankind and sever the cords of
malice and hate that only de-
stroys. Yes, we're thankful for
that Supreme Love that forgives
our Sins and sets us FREE .
the only REAL FREEDOM TO
BE HAD. Bless your hearts and a


Happy Thanksgiving.


-RGB


The Star Brings News of Your Neighbors


M&S PEST CONTROLCO., Inc.


Weekly Route in Port St. Joe and Wewahitchka


A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine,
Your Local Medical Society and the
Florida Medical Association.
HOBBIES ARE IMPORTANT
There are those who regard
hobbies as impractical and a
waste of time. More and more,
physicians are recommending
and even prescribing some avo-
cation for their patients, espe-
cially those over forty. As the
work week shortens, people
have more leisure time. How

they use it has a lot to do with
their future happiness and
health.
Sole dependence on a daily
routine job, without an outside
interest, creates an' imbalance
between work and play and adds
greatly to tensions and anxieties.
As people reach middle age
without a hobby or avocation,
they are apt to complain of lack
of energy and drive. They have
unconsciously curtailed their ac-
tivities, withdrawn from outside
interests, and settled down to a
humdrum existence. This results
in a stifling of the spirit of ad-
venture and a crippling of the
sense of humor and proportion.
The self-centered person is in-
clined to take himself very seri-
ously and become preoccupied
with bodily, functions and real or
imaginary ailments. The individ-
ual with an outlook restricted to
his own image often finds him-
self in need of a psychiatrist.
A hobby should do something
for the person and become a
proper adjunct to the work and
personality. Persons with a ten-
dency to be withdrawn should
select a hobby which would
make them more sociable. Those
with confining jobs should de-
velop an avocation which takes
them out-of-doors. Mild forms 1
of exercise with an interest such
as gardening, walking the dog
and outdoor photography are
better for some people than
strenuous exercise. Those who
wait too long usually find it dif-
ficult with increasing years to
choose a hobby.



LIKE TO BOWL?
You and your friends can enjoy
this popular pleasant came on
OFFICIAL ABC SCORING
Bowling Machines

REGULATION 10 |
10 Frame Game C
Plan now to enjoy an evening
of relaxing, pleasant recreation
at least once a week. Bring the
family, bring your date, bring
the children.
EVERYONE CAN PLAY




Golf Bowling Games Musio
U S Hiway 98
MEXICO BEACH
---- PLAY HOURS -
Evenings __ 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Bat. & Sun. 1 p.m. to 12 mnt.


FOR EXPERT
Electrical Repairs
and
Contracting
IT'S

WALL ELECTRIC

COMPANY


St. Andrew, Fla.


Repair or Remodel

or BUILD YOUR FLORIDA ROOM
FREE ESTIMATES --:-- FINANCING ARRANGED


S. E. Morris Co.

301 Williams Avenue Port St. Joe, Florida
PHONE BAIl 7-7741
OR CONTACT
S. E. MORRIS R. E. KYZER
TOM PRIDGEON


'' the auto insurance

only safe drivers can buy


ADDISON INSURANCE AGENCY
116 Monument Ave. BAll 7-4051 Port St. Joe, Fla.


DIAL BAll 7-4331


STORE PERSONNEL


FLORIDA GRADE
SMA
HENS29


PHONE SUnset 5-8733
3707 West 17th St.


DEL MONTE NO. 2% Can

PUMPKIN

Can 21c

RED and WHITE 303 Can

CRANBERRY SAUCE

Can 39c


F R E E! ADMIRAL TELEVISION SET F R E E!
TO BE GIVEN AWAY DECEMBER 10
Set On Display at Our Store -- Come In and Register
Ynu Do Not Have To Be Present To Win


Specials for Wednesday Afternoon, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
November 16, 17, 18 and 19 Also Tues. and Wed., No. 22 and 23


U. S. NO. 1 WHITE

POTATOES

010 llbs 29c
Limit 1 Bag with $5.00 or more order

Ideal or Sunbeam 13 Oz. Loaf

BREAD lOc
Limit 2 loaves with $5.00 or more order


Rambler Sales Smash Records!


ERLMA M. BOYLES
ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS J
GLADYS S. GILL Lin
EARLINE SNELL ---- Ladies' and Childr
GUY N. MIDDLETON ....-... Men's and Boys


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Manager r
IMMY STIPHENS
igerie and Hosiery
men's Ready-to-Wear
s' Wear and Shoee
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SA Real Thanksgiving
BONUS BUY!
STANDARD
TOMATOES
4 303s A49
Cans
IGA FRESH FROZEN
FRUIT
PIES
3 20oz. 100
Pies
Apple Cherry Peach

IGA FRESH FROZEN 10 OZ.


Indian Pass
Oysters


WE GIVE THANKS...
...for the freedom founded by the
Pilgrims, and preserved by tle cour-
ageous dedication of our forefathers;
'the very freedom which has brought
our nation strength, and offers, to
those who will strive, for them, the'
good things of life in overwhelming
abundance.
PKG.. .


-Glass Jar
719c


>1 Pork Roast
WE'RE LOOKING
OVER OUR
CUSTOMER'S
:-:30ULDER...WE
WANT TO HELP


WITH HER...
0 0

Thanksgiving
)leFresh green,
solid heads; crisp'
and refreshing,
delicate flavor.


39c


eals


Strawberries
IGA FRESH FROZEN
Baby Limas


IGA PURE VEGETABlE
S HORTEN ING


3 Lb.
Tin


59c


4Pkgs. 9 C


4 Pkgs. 9 9c
TABLERITE
BUTTER


ROBIN HOOD SELF RISING -- 10 LBS.


FLOUR
ICA

MAYONNAISE Pint
DEL MONTE

PUMPKIN N.F


79c


SUNGOLD
OLEO
6 oz.
Pattie ;5
PILLSBURY or
BALLARD
BISCUITS
Cans 49o


29c


IGA PURE DELUXE


COFFEE


50 TOP VALUE STAMPS!
WITH $10.00 ORDER


ADDS PURE
PLEASURE
TO YOUR
COFFEE BREAK


Lb.
Can


49c


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-- I SI_- "


IGA SPICED
PEACHES

"Cans,.49

KAISER
ALUMINUM
FOIL
25 Foot29
Roll 29o


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Given FREE with- every purchase


FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS
fFREE T. V. STAMPS with your S10 Order

3 Save IGA Labels .?R BNUS


Plenty of Free
Parking
We Reserve Limit 'Rights
Specials for Nov.
17, 18 and 19
Port St. Joe, Florida


SUPERFINE With $10.00 Order or More


5 LBS.


YOU GET MORE AT YOUR I. G. A.


KRAFT'S FAMOUS FOODS
-12 OZ. FLAVORED JET
MARSHMALLOWS--------27c
KRAFT 10y2 OZ. FLAVORED MINIATURE
MARSHMALLOWS ----27c
KRAFT PLAIN 64 OZ. MINIATURE
V MARSHMALLOWS--------19c
KRAFT REG. JET 10 OZ.
MARSHMALLOWS ----23c


I.G.A. -- IT'S NON FATTENING!


ICE


MILK


Gal.


3 9c


PHILLIP'S FRESH GROUND
CORN MEAL


GEORGIA, FLORIDA and ALABAMA
SMALL (Limit Rights Reserved)


GRADE "A"


BLACKBURN PURE CANE
SYRUP


No. 5
JUG


3 9 c


LARGE BOX -- WITH ORDER -- (Limit Rights Reserved)
TIDE BOX 1 9 c


EELBECK LONG GRAIN
lp cI E
it Ir H fl


24 Oz.
Bag


C^%3


ROYAL GUEST -- 12 OZ.
Tomato CATSUP 2 Bottles 2c


CAMPBELL'S M-M-M GOOD!
Tomato SOUP


CAN


4IC


ARMOUR'S COOKING -- YOU GET MORE AT IGA!
0 L No. 10
I L JUG


IDEAL OR SUNBEAM -- 13 OZ. LOAF


LOAF


5 LBS.


29c


$1.19


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A NOTICE!
Prices in this ad are effec-
t i v e through Saturday,
November 19.


STORE HOURS!
OPENING WEEK
8 AM to 7 PM


OPENS THIS


MORNING at 8:00
Here's good news -- It's money saving news for the PORT
ST. JOE Homemakers. A & P is indeed proud to bring to the
wonderful PORT ST. JOE area its newest of new ultra modern
food shopping centers. Make your plans now to attend the
opening this morning and be prepared for the exciting money
saving values in every department throughout the. store.-
NOTICE: Our store formerly at 321 Reid Avenue is closed.


Free Baskets of Groceries will be given away Thursday through Saturday,
November 17 to November 19. No obligation. Nothing to buy -- just visit
this new store and register. You may be a winner of one of these awards.
A & P employees and their families are not eligible for these awards.


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CONVENIENTLY LOCAl


LARGE STALK PASCAL


CELERY


GOLDEN RIPE


BANANAS


X LeB


rvml I mnvuac
EVAPORATED MILK



9/andy 6 PACK CARTON


JANE PARKER -- 1V/2 LB. LOAF
Buttermilk

BREAD


JANE PARKER
SPANISH BARS
JANE PARKER
GLAZED DONUTS


29c
PKG. of 8
27c


SPE


Mayonnaise
ROBIN HOOD, PLAIN or SELF RISING

FLOUR
SUNNYFIELD LONG GRAIN

Fancy Rice
SUNNYFIELD, FLA. GRADE 'A' LARGE

EG GS


ANN PAGE GRAPE CONCORD

Grape JAM
ANN PAGE 10/2 Oz. CAN
Tomato SOUP 5 for
RED CHEEK QUARTS
APPLE JUICE 2 for
PICKLE PATCH
DILL PICKLES 22 oz. jar
PREMIUM
CRACKERS Ib. box


49c
49c


21c
25cjl


Quart
S Jar


LB.
10 BAG


IS


4;
SPECL

79


SPECI


2 LB.
SPKG.


SPECI
DOZEN 59
,59


2 LB.
JAR


BORDEN'S
BISCUITS
ANN PAGE PEACH
PRESERVES
A & P FRUIT
COCKTAIL
ANN PAGE 14 OZ.I
KETCHUP


SPECI

4!


3 cans
S 2 lb. jai
17 oz. can
BOTTLE
2 Bottles


FRESH LATE HOWES
CRANBERRIES.


FANCY RED
YORK APPLES
FANCY
YELLOW ONIONS


EMPERORS
RED GRAPES


1 Lb. Bag 19c


.. .. .. ....


4 Lb. Bag 3 9 c


5 Lb. Bag 1 9


AMERICA'S FAVORITE OVER % FRUIT & NUTS!
Jane Parker Fruit Cake


b~


5 11-LB. CAKE 3-LB. CAKE i
S3.99 .49 2.89
This traditional American favorite is so chock-full of luscious fruits and nuts that
there's just enough cake to hold it together. A festive cake a perfect gift!


2 Pounds 2 9 c


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BUY ONE GET ONE FREE!
HOOD 33
LAUNDRY C
BLEACH -Z e 1

BUY ONE GET ONE FREE!
TEXIZE
FLUFF A AC
RINSE 44oz

BUY TWO --GET ONE FREE!
LADY BETTY
PRUNE
JUICE Quart

BUY ONE GET ONE FREE!
OVEN READY
FROZEN-RITE Qtc
ROLLS Pkg. of
24 U

BUY ONE GET ONE FREE!
1890
FRENCH
Dressing B.o

BUY TWO GET TWO FREE!
STRONGHEART
DOG
FOODLb. Can
FOOD 2FR ,o


ROUND STEAK or ROAST
SIRLOIN STEAK


RUMP ROAST


YOUR CHOICE!


C


LB.


CUBED STEAK
GROUND STEAK
SUPER-RIGHT FULLY COOKED -- 4 to 6 Lb. Avg.


PICNIC


S


29c


GEORGIA GRADE 'A' DRESSED and DRAWN


F R Y E R


S


Whole


SUPER-RIGHT THICK SLICED


Breakfast Bacon
"FREEZER QUEEN" CHOPPED CUBED QUICK FROZEN
Beef Steak 2


PICKLE PATCH


pIc


FINE QUALITY


KLEENEX TABLE


A & P Frozen Spears
BROCCOLI


10 Oz.
Pkgs.


..........


1


35o


2


Lb.
Bo


18 Oz.
DI,...


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FRESH PORK HALF OR WHOLE


b-. 49c


HAMS


"SUPER-RIGHT" HOT or MILD BAG


SaHusage


LB.9c


SOUTHERN STAR BONELESS
COOKED CANNED -- 5 LB. CAN


HAMS


399


REAL COUNTRY DRY CURED
29c TALMADGE HAMS lb. 79c
-^sJ 1 1 .


x99c

89c


SWEET
MIXED


"'SUPER-IGHT' ALL MEAT SKINLESS
FRANKS lb. '


,9c


CAPT. JOHN'S FRENCH FRIED 10 Oz. Pkg.
FISH STICKS pkg.35c
CAPT. JOHN'S QUICK FROZEN 10 Oz. Pkg.
HADDOCK DINNERS pkg. 49c


22 Oz.
Jar


25c


19


29 Oz.
Can

Boxes
of 50 A


25c
49c
25c
39c


SPECIAL SALE

liLb. C 3Lb.
Bag It Bag


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7,I, STAR., Port t. Joe, Fla. TKU DAY, N'OVE MBER 6068 Frms
Gulf County Has 68 Forms


The Star Brings News of Your


Se- 1959.-Census of Agriculture, preliminary report just Issued by
Neighborscndted inGulf County -last fall, the Bureau of the Census, U. S. De-
c c ted68 farms, according to a apartment of Commeroe.


With optional 4-ba,,al carburetor ad aulomalic tinsmussolm


The new-size Tempest is primed
to scoot on less gas! Five hot
versions of the Trophy 4 engine.
110 to 155 h.p. Any choice will
move out in a hurry, sail up a
steep hill in high gear, has the.
power for quicker, safer passing.
Front -engine is balanced by
rear transmission. (Standard
shift or extra-cost automatic.)
Takes weight off the front. Easy O
steering. Longer tire life. Adds
ballast in the rear. Improves
traction and braking. No big


floor hump. Foot room and leg.
room for six men. Independent
suspension at all 4 wheels. Most
other cars only have it in front.
Wide-Track, too. The Tempest
wheels are set farther apart than
the wheels of other new-size cars.
Gives a solid stance. Secure cor-
nering. There's a 4-door sedan
and a station wagon.
Prices come close-or even
beat-the tags on the compacts.
If you're figuring on a new car--
figure on a new Tempest.


'.THE HOT TOPIC IS THE NEW
TEMPEST BY PONTIAC'


-.:THE NEW TEMPEST IS SOLD AND SERVICED BY YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALERSHIP



WIMBERLY MOTORS, INC.


SPrt St. Joe, Florida


Corner of Second St. and Monument Ave.


I : _


Total land in farms was 80,279
acres. The average size of' 'ObVm
was 44&5.-a-screi. The average vtal-
ue of faPms (land and buildings)
:n the county was $25,987.
Of 'the county's farm' operators,
58 owned their farms, four owned
part of the land and rented .' dd'i
tonal acreage, and six were tenant
tarmers.
The average age of farm opera-
tors in the county 'was 54.0 years.
There 'were 16 farm operators 65 or
more years of 'age.
Of the 68 farms in the county, 25
were ,comamecrial farms.
Detailed statistics on. crops, livc-
stock, equipment, etc., are present-
ed in the preliminary report, with
comparable statistics for 1954. COp-
les of the county report may be ob-
tained for 10 cents each from the
Bureau of the Gensus, Washington
25, D. C.


A & P Company Is

Famous For Coffee

Th4e perishability of coffee isA
constantly recognized tby A & P
Food 'Stores, an d'throu'gh ,every pro'
cesgs from buying to custom grind-
ing, the greatest precautions are
taken to insure freshness and
maximum flavor of A & P Coffee
for customers.
Coffee and' tea were the back-
bone of 'the small business which
'began 1,01 years ago, and the popu-
I'ar chain -of stores into which it
has grown has not neglected -to
preserve the unique qualities of cof-
fee goodness.
A P Food 'Stores are one of the
'lar'get retailers of coffee in the
country today. The popular brands
of A & P produced coffee that will
be offered in this new store are
8 O'clock, Red Circle, Bokar, Cres-
cent City, A & P 'vacuum-packed
coffee and A & P Instant Coffee.
To 'guarantee freshness in each
package, coffee is dated when. roast-
ed 'in Jacksonville and shipped i'm-
mediately *to 'the 'stores. Coffee re-
mains on the store shelves only a
limited 'time 'after the date of roast-
ing, so that when the customer ja
selecting coffee, he .can ibe sure
that it is really fresh. 8 O'Clock,
Red Circle, and ,Bokar are specially
packaged,' n the flavor-sealed beans
and 'custom ground to customers'
order at the time of purchase. This
further insures Its fresh flavor.
Although the trend In all A & P
Food 'Stores is toward, complete
self-service, these coffees are still
custom ground' when purchased.
The reason for this divergence from
self-service technique is -to preserve
peak freshness and insure the cor-
rect grind.


CLASSIFIED ADS
Phone BAll 7-3161


Support our. work and do yourself a favor, too.
Buy sliced, delicious Benson's Old Home Fruit
Cakes from our members. Good eating. Good
Gifts.'
FOR SALE BY

GIRLS' AUXILIARY
WHITE CITY BAPTIST CHURCH

Place Your Order by Calling BAllI 9-1149 or 9-2414
*- > +:. +> +>


Your versatile electric clothes dryer will dry all washable fabrics just the
way you like them best damp dry for easy ironing or ready to simply
'fold and put away. So safe, clean and fast, electric clothes drying is the
ladies' choice for easier washdays. Once you try it, you'll agree. In fact,
we guarantee that you'll be satisfied!
Here is your GUARANTEE
If any residential customer of Florida Power Corpora-
lion buys and installs a new 240-0olt electric clothes dry-,
er between October I and November 30, 1960, and noti-
fies us within thirty days after date of installation that
he is not completely satisfied with the dryer and does not
want to keep it, we will, on receipt of title release of the
dryer, arrange to have it removed and the entire pur-
chase price refunded.


Pictures are the most wonderful, personal gift
you can choose ... and they become mose pre-
cious with years! Give your friends and relatives
portraits of your family this Christmas. Make an
appointment with us now.
Your Satisfaction Guaranteed -


J,4nart Studio

Phone 7-8681 Highland View, Fla.


IT'S BEEF STEW TIME -- Favorable prices on lower-cost
cuts of beef mean it's time for homemakers to treat the family
to beef stew, says the Florida Beef Council. Here's one recipe,
suggested by the Council, for a tasty dish of beef stew to serve.
six to eight people.
BEEF STEW FLORIDIAN
2 lbs. beef stew meat 2 cups tomato puree
%/ teaspoon salt (or canned tomatoes)
4 teaspoon peppersalt onion, minced
Teaspoon pepper 4 stalks celery
Flour for dredging (cut in 1 in. pieces)
2 onions, chopped i green pepper, diced
2 cups boiling water 3 carrots, sliced
2 bay leaves 4 potatoes, quartered
") Cut meat into small cubes. Roll in flour, season with salt
and pepper, and brown m a little hot lard" or shortening.
Brown the chopped onions in same pan. Mix tomato puree with
boiling water, heat and pour over meat and onion. Add bay
leaves and simmer 1 hour. Add minced onion, celery, green
pepper, carrots and potatoes. Simmer until all ingredients are
done about 1 hour. Liquid may be thickened with fl- ....
gravy.




A GOOD CAKE


A GOOD CAUSE
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THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1960 F *
Florida Forests Produced 2.1r Moion

VIOCTRAPTIT rmicm ICords of Pulp wood Lost Year for Gai*un


Corne" Third St. and Baltzell Ave. C. BYRON SMITH, Pastor

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



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) __--7:80 p.m.
Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME






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Phone 9-2121


0. M. TAYLOR
Phone 7-1866


Florida forests pr'Otced 2.1 mil-
lion cords of pulpwood in 1959,
marking a 15 per cent gain for the
year compared to a 12 per cent
inaoase throughout the other Sou-
thern states, Vhe Florida State
Chamber of Commerce said this


Worship With Us
CHURCH of the
NAZARENE
Corner Long Ave. & Niles Rd.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Serv .. 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday __.....7:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting


week.
"The Florida gain more than
made up for a drop in 1958 and was
the largest since 1950. Pine cut
from standing forests amounted to
1,883,000 cords, a larger cut than
ir. 1958 .but below both 1956 and
1957. Hardwoods contributed 97,000
cords and wood residues 134,000
cords last year, both well above
former years. Wood residues, a
comparatively new source of ipulp-
wood, include sawmill chips, veneer
cores, pole and 9pifing trim and cull
crossties.
"The 10 paper, pulp and wall-
iboard ,mills in Florida which use
pulpwood have .a combined 24-hour
capacity of 8,100 tons, well above
the capacity of mills in ,any other


FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
John C. Carmichael, Pastor
Port St. Joe, Florida
Methodist Youth Fellowship ---.. 6:15 p.m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Hour 11:00 a.m.
Worship Hour 7:30 p.m.



THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
WELCOMES YOU -
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
YOUNG PEOPLE ENDEAVOR 6:80 P.M.
EVANGEhISTIC SERVICE 8:00 P.M.
PRAYER MEETING 8:00 P.M. (Wednesday)

Rev. B. W. SUGGS, Pastor




PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH

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


A & P bakery in Jacksonville.
Each day bakery products-the
Jane Parker line now comprising
some items-are delivery to A &
P stores throughout Florida, por-
tions of Georgia and South Caro-
lina.
The first Jane Parker item to be
introduced was '- enriched white
bread. Now -all 'kinds of fresh bread
are included, the newest additions
being a pumpernickel ,loaf and sour
rye, 'brown 'n serve roll's, buns,
cakes, pies, donuts and cookies are


Each week sees thrifty shoppers
watching for the Jane Parker "spe-
cials". Perhaps it will be the deli-
cious orange chiffon cake, or old-
fashioned apple pie but whatever
it is, it is guaranteed to be a good
buy for even at regular prices Jane
Parker (products offer top quality
at -low prices.
One of the most popular items,
ranking next to bread, is Jane Par-
ker donuts, packaged in attractive
cardboard trays and overwrapped
with cellophane to preserve fresh-


NOW! THE GREATEST SHOW ON WOTH!


state. also included in the line which has zess.
Production last year was led by grown,/ Immensely in popularity Immaculate cleanliness is mail
Baker which cut 98,871 cords. Nas, during the past two years. tained' at the A & P bakery.
sau was next with 94,491 cords, Even icing of cakes is done b
Marion 92,824 and 'Santa Rosa 90,- Grispy potato chips are also machine and all products are mi
649. Columbia cut 85,450 cords, available at A & 1P 'stores under the chine-wrapped.
Hamilton 83,821; Flagler, Putnam, Jane Parker label. Laboratory tests of the 'flour 'an
Taylor, 'St. Johns and, Escambia Bread is delivered' fresh daily. other ingredients used -in the bal
from 78,000 to 73,000 cords each; Loaves unsold' at noon on the day ing processes -are 'conducted daill
Alachua, Dixie and Volusia 66,000 following delivery must Tbe reduc- The popularity of the high qual
to 53,000 cords. ed for quick sale according tj co-m- ity line of bakery products is attesl
In the 40,000-cord group were pany policy. ed :by A & P statistics which shot
Levy, Clay, Walton, Union and The A & P bakery has become bakery sales continuing to Inzream
Jackson. These 22 counties ac- one of the largest bread bakeries since the introduction of Jane Pai
counted for 75 per cent of the state in America and has also oae of the ker good's.
cut, not including the residue wood I greatest capacities for pie baking
,used. ': "in the country. Advertising Doesn't Cost it PAYS


A-

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SIXTY-ONEDEiRFL



CHEVY
This '61 is built on the principle that
the place you want space is inside. We
put it there, too. Actually trimmed the
outer size to give you extra inches of
clearance for parking and maneuver-
ing, and still worked wonders with
inner space. Door openings are as
much as 6" wider. Seats as much as
14% higher. We've thought of every-
thing. Increased rear foot room by
slenderizing the driveshaft tunnel.
Worked in sensible new ideas all the
way back through that huge bin of
a baggage compartment. See how
thoughtful this one is? Full of good
new things. Full of good old things,
too, like Chevrolet's well-known
thrift and depend-
ability. See it soon. C OLET


Biscayne 4-Door
Sedan-with the
same sensible design
you get in all the
likeable '61 Chevies.


L T
For big-car comfort at small-car prices
'61 CHEVY BISCAYNE 6
The lowest priced full-sized Chevyl


Biscaynes-6 or VS-give you a full
measure of Chevrolet quality-yet
they're priced down -with many cargo
that give you a lot less!


See the new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvairs, and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's



FLOYD CHEVROLET COMPANY


PHONE 7-2221 -401 WILLIAMS AVENUE


FLORIDA'S WILDLIFE AS SEEN AT

WEEK WACHEE (SPRING OF THE LIVE MERMAIs) ON US 19


p* 000
do/ ... 0 0"Axop 2


Jane Parker Has

New Bread

The Jane Parker brand name has
been affixed iby A & P Food -Stores
to -the always-fresJi, always-tasty
products of the huge, modernized

Southern state. Florida normally
produces about 60 per cent of the
wood consumed fby the mfils in the


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Thanksgiving's special at Piggly Wiggly because it's special for youl
For this traditional finest dinner of the year, Piggly Wiggly has selected
the very finest turkeys and other entrees, as well as "all the trimmings".
th every best that can be found! For the best things for your best Thanks-
giving dinmier, shop Piggly Wiggly!


TRIM THE BUDGET WITH


TRIM THE BUDGET WITH
ROUND
STEAK
T-BONE
STEAK


USDA STANDARD


BEEF!
LB.
69c


69c


SIRLOIN
BONELESS RUMP ROAST


SLAB SLICED
Bacon


FRESH GROUND
Beef


WHITE GOLD L-- 5 I.B. BAG


SUG
WITH $9.00 ORDER I
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PEACHES


13 OUNCE LOAF


BRE
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OLEO


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WITH YOUR
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LARGE BUNCHES FRESH
TURNIPS or
COLLARDS


BUNCH


BALLARDS
Biscuits


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BLEACH


8 FOR
69c


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KING PHARR -- NO. 303 CANS


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APPLES
LARGE STALK PASCAL
CELERY
YELLOW
ONIONS


29

10
5 LB. BAG
19c


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BLACKEYE PEAS NAVY BEANS
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+ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *

FOR RENT: 2 beftrom nfu tniteh- FOR CARPENTER and repair work
ed apartment, upstair. Water call 9-1611, Alex Young, 291, Ave-
turnished. $35.00 mo. Phone 7-8642, rue "A". '2tp-11-17
inquire at 1904 Garion Ave. tfSEE OUR BEDROOM suites before
FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses you buy. Surplus Sales of St. Joe.
at St. Joe Beach. 1 3-bedroom LET US DO that moving job for
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren you. We have the equipment and
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12 know how. Surplus Sales of St. Joe.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or FOR SA.LE
apartments. Furniss or nur-. s320 acre of woodland. 4 miles
apartmnena F~steed or ,nn~r- Soilth of Wewahitehka. Planted
nished. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481 with pines, 3 years old. Priced for
at night. Mrs. Shirey. ttc-10-6 good investment.
-3 aores of waterfront property
FOR RENT: 2 'bedroom tarnished located on Creek that flows into
house, 311 Woodward. Screened Ideal for fish camp or retirement
back porch, Jalousie front porch home.
and carport. See. Jack Hammock -10 lots at St. Joe Beach in one
at Palace Barber Shop or phone block. Priced for good investmeUt.
7-4486. t't-10-20 -Nice home located on I
Circle. 3 bedrooms, 1 ,batliUeep-
FOR INFORMATION about "The well pump, situated on 2 l ta. 6%
Apartment", dtil BAll 714191. years old. Pay owner's equity. Bal-
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedroom anee on VA mortgage at $57.00
'downstairs apartment. Close to per month.
town. Call Mrs. Brinson, 7-5756. bedroom hoe at Wad Ridge.
S Nsely-new, priced, to sell.
FOR RENT: 3 ,bedroom house with New three bedroom rouse in
Florida room and large utility Wewsbitcatka. Adjoining school
room. At Highland View. Phone proport. Pay owner' equity.
9-1643. 3tp THE PRIDGEON AGENCY
301 Williams Ave. Port St Joe
FOR RENT: Furnished one bedrm.
cotatge. Living room, dinette]kit- WANTED: Grill cook at Dairy
chen combined, and bath. Four =mL Queen. Apply in person. ito
rom Port 'St. Joe on Hiway 30.
bone I 1resnel .at 7-5065. tHc-11-17 MAN OR WOMAN to work locally.
'Sales experienced despd. Will
FOR RENT: 1, 2 and' 3 bedroom make exception for rist person.
beach houses. Well furnished, gas Phone BAll 7-4726 Friday Ujotwee,
heat. Automatic washer in one. $9 1:00 and 3:00 pan. Ip-ll-10
per week and up. Phone 648-4352 or -
7.7771. tfc-jid-7 A FEW REAL BAPRINS In elec-
... trickc and gps cooktfoves. Surplus
FOR RENT: Unfurnished house. Sales i .'S CJoe.
Phone 7-8141. G VE
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment. GOVERNMENT,
703 16th St. Phone 7-7636. Itc SURPLUS SALES
NOW anyone can buy DIRNOT
FOR INFORMATION about '"The troam U. S. GOVERNMENT SXIR-
Apartment", dial BA1l 714191. PLUS DEPOTS, -by mal (or your-
FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on elf or for resale. amers, bin-
FOR SALE: 4 ne A house on ulars, cars, Jeeps, trucks, boats,
Cypress Ave. Nearly completed. hardware, office machines and
No down payment. Just closing
costs ifor qualified veteran. PRID- equipment, tents, too0 and tens-
GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301 o-thousnds of Other origteml cost a
Vnlliams Avenue. Many Items brand new. For list,
FOR SALE: 304oot house trailer. of hundreds of U. S. Government
In good condition. $1,000.0.0. See Surplus Dpeots, located In every
at Ward Ridge. Call N. E. Dykes, State and overseas with panmpleL
0-2281. tp "How Government Can Ship Direct
To You," plus ,procedures, HOW
OR SALE: 2 bedroom house, 1308 TO BUY And how to get FREE)
Long Ave. Garage with large SURPLUS, mail $2.00 to SURPLUS
utilityy room. Phice $7,000.00. Phone SALES INFORMATION SERVICES
7-5926. tto-9-22 Box No. 1818, Wash 13, D. C. tf
FOR SALE: Electric concrete mix-
64r t Mexico Beach. $65.00. Ph. WANTED-lst DEEDS
Investor has some funds to
'ENJOY UNPOLLUTED AIR buy several 1st deeds of trust
MODERN CONVENIENCES at suitable discount. Write P.
SAFEST BEACH. Box 124, Mexico Beach.
New 2 bedroom home, 1Y/ ,
baths; many custom extras;
$9,875; small down, balance
$75 month. See pink house in ELECTROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
Mexico Beach, owner next and floor polishers. Sales and
door. service. Emory Stephens, 1S08 Mc-
Clellan Ave., Pert St. Joe, Phone
FOR SALE: 2 nice lots or will :BAli 7-3781 tzo
trade .on house. Lots 150x150 and
75 x 180. In nice neighborhood. See FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
Ray Leavell, 111 2rd Ave. Oak 1710 Palsm Bdlv. Two yeas old.
Grove. sp-11-10o Lvng room drapes, garbage dis-
FOR SALE or TRADE: Three bed- Call BA 7-2311.
room house oat St. Joe Beach on EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
large corner lot. Block construction Buford Griffin, Phone 7-701.1 for
with. breezeway and carport. Call tick epert service. td
648-4370 for appointment. 3tip-11-10 tF YOU ARE INTERESTED In
FOR SALE: Kenmore sewing ,ma- saving money see us for. anything
chine with attachments. $45.00 you need in your home. STOP and
Call 7-2575. 4t*pl-10 SWAP SHOP.
FOR INFORMATION out he AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
Aparment", dial BA1l 714191. hour. Cut your lawn and let m me
worry with upkeep. ofimower. Gulf
FOR SALE: Large circulator oil Savtice Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
heater, 55 gal. drum and ,stand. soh, Phone 7-7501.
$25.00 cash. Mrs. W. S&. Smith, 1024 WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
WVoodward Ave. Ph. 7-3041. THE AMER IAN LEGION. Meet.
FOR SALE: COroulating oil heater, ing first and third Thursday nights
drum ,and r.pk, $25.00. See W. D. 8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
Dare, 1306 Gai-son Ave. Itp 'SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
FOR 'SALE: Good -secondhand 0. F.-Meets second and fourth
wringer 'type Kenmore washer. Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
F.eal cheap. 819 Marvin Ave., or region Hall. All members urged 4o
call 7-8231. attend.
Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
FOR INFORMATION about '"The Secretary: Theo Bishop
Apartment", dial BAll 714191.
A R. A. M.-Regular convocation of
FOR SALE: Real good slightly St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
used electric stove, 24" oven. 2 1.. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
.giant eyes. Reg. $219.95 will- ell for ing brothers welcome.
$100.00. 819 Marvin Ave., or dial David H. Jones, High Priest.
BAll 7-8231. Joel Lovett, Secretary
WANTED TO BUY: Equity in 3- THERE WILL BE a regular com-
bedroom home in St. Joe. Call munication of Port St. Joe Lodge
7-8041 after 6 p.m. 3tc-11-17 No. 111, F&AM every first and
NOTICE: I 'am no longer connect- third Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
ed' with The Medical Clinic as
bookkeeper. Anyone in need of of-
fice assistance, either full or part ROBERT H. TRAWICK, W. M.
Gri~saey. 'P. 0. Box 495, Phone BAll
7-2981. 2tp-11-17 Al Master Masons cordially invited




$2.20 PER EXTRA YEAR OF LIFE

The average family today spends about $22 a year more
for prescriptions than it did in 1929. Largely because
of the wonder drugs in those prescriptions, you can
expect 10 more years of life than you could in 1929.
This means that the typical family pays about $2.20
for each extra year of life expectancy. That's why we
say .


Thursday
Nov. 17
Turkey
Trots
To Save
At
Boyles
Terrific
Values!


"6 ( Stretch Sox
3 pr. $1.00


LADIES' NYLON HOSE
With Purchase of $5.00 or More
STRING SIH CLOTH
With Purchase of $1.00 or More


BOYLES THANKS YOU WITH SAVINGS!
NEWBST FABRICS AND STYLES
Girl's All Wool


COATS, 7 to 14


$8.95


Regal Quality Orlon For Girls 7 to 14 -
CARDIGAN SWEATERS ---- $2.69
Believe 'us, these are real Turkey Trot and Gobble
Up Values!


TURKEY TRO
Gobble Grab -
TRICOT B
39c
Sizes 4 to 10. Assorts
white. First quality.
Sizes 32 to 52 Fi
COTTON
Shadow panel, eye
Turkey Trot
2 for $3
w --


w S
2 for 9
WHY NOT SAVE A

You Can Lay Av
Trot Valu
Gobble, Gobble
All Lac
SUITS and
By Betty Rose (V.
$49.50), Boyles
25%
Regular cash prices
Lay-Away. Better hur
size is available V4
Away please.

Gladys Gill Trot
This Wini
Turkey Trot Lingerl
Tots and C
First Qudlity, M
Cotton P(
Sizes 0 to
4pr. 9
Lace Trim Polisi
BOUFFANT
Sizes 2 to 1


Cowboy
Boots for Larc
$4.95 u


T SALE!
-Rayon
RIEFS

pr.
ed pastels and
ine Quality
SLIPS
let trimmed.
Prip-
.00

Boy's knit
BRIEFS

T Shirts
pencer knit

7c
kT BOYLES!

way Turkey
ies!
e News
dies
COATS
alues up to
Trots
OFF
. You can
rry while your
down on Lay-

s Up With
nerd
e Gobbles for
3irls
lercerized
anties
14
7c
hed Cotton
SLIPS
4, 97c


jer Boys
up


A Gobbling Group of
MEN'S 100% WOOL SLACI

Tailored by Kahn, $7.99
Newest Styles and Colors in blended fabrics
$5.99
Men, better trot to Boyles today Ttis is a killer-i
Special group young men's Ivy League Polishet
COTTON PANTS-------------

This Turkey Gobble Price Lowest in Years
10 Oz. Full Cut, Sanforized
DVERAS ------- pair $2.99
It's a name you know Big Dad. Sizes 30 to 44.
Read on ... .
Men's first quality, Bar Tacked
DENIM DUNGAREES pr. $1.98
Sizes 28 to 42. Unbeatablel
CONGRATULATIONS A & P upon the p
Grand Opening of your new store


in Port St. Joe, Fla.
To be given away
on W e d n e sday,
November 23. She
now weighs 15 lbs
Register today. No
purchase necessary
* You do not need to
be present to win.
Hurry!


Gobble up these





rnVINU.


"It's Boyles Turkey
Values" says Earline
Trotting Turkey gets in
ato this Speciall
1 Select Gobbling Grc
DRESSES
Values up to $10.9!

Now $5.9J
2 for $11.00
Sizes from Tens to the gol
Too specthoular to VIserlb


: Guy Middleton Turkey H-ouse Trottihg'
Special!
Men's full cut, sanforized 'fine cotton broadcloth
Drip Dry or Plaid Flannels .
SPORT SHIRTS

Gobble Price e. $1.88

Boy's Sizes, 1 to 18 2 for $2.99

TURKEY TROT SALE!
as Hey, boys Get In a Turkey
STrot for this onel
Quilted lined, water repellant,
Trot Gabardine Jackets
nSnell Sizes 2 to 7
a run
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Corduroy Slim Jims
Sizes 10 to 18 88 to 44
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Turkey Trot Price, $2.95
Sizes for Girls, $1.95
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$3.69
Sizes 82 to 44
San Souol Sizes 4 to 7
tailored Briefs .... $1.00 |
Regularly sold everywhere at $1.
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The New Holiday

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For men and boys are here. Wash
and wear flannels, plaids, novelty
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25l Only $4.99
Boy's Sizes $3.95
You'll pay at least 20% more
elsewhere
Other fine quality, delightful plaids
and fabrics in Men's Robes
$6.95 to $8.95

si Esther Taylor Trots Up With
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Everybody's Trotting to Boyles
Shoe Department New En-
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New Suede and Leather-like
?o3 FLATS pr.$1.98
"nd Chic Ties and Button Strap Pumps
Also 200 Pairs Ladies
.99 Bedroom Shoes

Novelty and fur trimmed styles
Sizes up to 10
$1.98 pr.

en! Gobble and Gabble to Boyles!
Fine Weather Proofed

BARDINE JACKETS
Out Price, e. $6.99
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Sizes 38 to 46. Best colors.
Men's Zelarr weatherized
ETS ..... ------ $4 .95
for year 'round. 4 colors. S, M, L, XL.

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Men's Fleece Lined

SWEAT SHIRTS
White or grey. Full cut, first quality Also Men's
BLUE CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS
$1.00 each
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REDUCED TO TROT OUT FAST-I
Fall and Winter
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$10.95 now $6.99
$12.75 now $8.99
$14.75 now $10.95
Sizes for Juniors, Missy and Half
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Miss Freda Tramnmell Maoried To

thermon Corva JaoCbs Octoer 22

O. F.is Preda-Eliate TramfiL andR ing (tapers were uised at vantage
- 4tasmsw,,Csorva Jacobs were unit- polsts of the ohnab. qlle family
edl a, marriage U ama depressive pews were desigmted iwth white
niretbud ceihan-i iS'attaay. O- I satin bows.


rtoer ;22 a.t. 7.0-pm. In the First
Baprist Ohurch. he Rev. C. Byron
.Smitt3 offIciated at the candlelight
ceremony.
The lbri4e s 'the daughter of Mr.
an 'Mrs. 'Frederlek E. TratinMel
pnd the bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Flosle Jacobs of Bristol and
CorPv Jsipobs.
The sanctuary of the church was
decorgt.d with an arch of burning
white tapers and tmagnolia leaves.
lankfit g the 'altar were standards
opf'whiite ladioll, spon poans and
hr.y"nthempams. (Palms and burn-


Right now, make
a survey of how you feel. If
you discover that you honestly
glow with health, then you can
announce to the world that
you're wealthy-wealthier than
any Maharajah!
If your survey proves, however
.that you could feel better, SEE
YOUR DOCTOR. If he writes a
prescription for you,. bring it
to us for prompt, courteous
service.



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Buzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams.Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida


Prenauptal selectionaS Vre play-
ed .by Mrs. Mildred Montgomery,
organist. She also accompanied
Mrs. Vivian Bateman, who sang,
"Whither Thou Goest", "Still As
the Night" and at the contqf ion
of -the ceremony, "The Lord'%s Pray-
'*".
Miss Patsy Lewis served as maid
of honor. She was attried in a ,bal-
lerina length dress of saphire ,blue
-taffeta overlaid, with white nylon
organdy featuring capped' sleeves
and a bouffant skirt. She wore a
crown-styled headpiece accented
'with a nose veil and carried a nose-
gay of pink carnations. with satin
streamners.
Bridesmaids were Miss Betty
Ann Ford and Miss Nancy Tynes.
They wore ilresses of.saphlre blue
taffeta overlaid 'with blue nylon
organdy and designed identically
to the anaid of honor's* 'They car-
ried pink carnations with satin
streamers.
Miss 'Susan .Trammell, sister of
thbe bride, was flower girl. She wore
a dress of white with a blue wes-
kit featuring a bouffant scirt and
carried a pink basket of rose pet-
ales accented with lace, ribbons and'
artificial butterflies.
Attending the bridegroom as best
man was Walter Kirkland of Talla-
tassee, brother-in-law of the bride-
groom. Groomemen were Cary God-
win and Hulon Mitchell. Charles
Short, nephew of the bridegroom,
was ringbearer.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a gown delicately
designed in peau de sole trimmed
with irridescent ,sequins. and ,seed
pearls. The sweetheart neckline b'o-
dice -topped a bouffant skirt ac-
cented with appliques and formed
a chapel train. The dress featured,
long sleeves terminating in calla
points at 'the wrists. Her fingertip
veil of illusion 'was caught in a
crown of Ilace embroidered with


BARGAINS IN USED ITEMS


inaldtang the latest t Iova tons in THE STAR, Pott 4tt Joe, Pla. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1960
realPP vmh keep v,'rea. .er
type" .pershables well below the customers. : store, is done in.: light green.
temieraItre necessary for safe Opening wek hours for the new ,The.ceiling of the new store is
maintenance o f these demand ,store wflL be from .8a.m.-to 7 p.m. made of acoustical fiber, the latest
items. .. o t material designed to reduce noise.
.The .ew stO i 8 The suspended ceiling is of a com-


In the Super-RLigt" ,selfn-ervice signed to. be restful and pleasing
meat department, the latest de- to- the customers -and i's decorated
sign refrigerated mat display iin 'soft- pastels. One wall' is done
cases will keep tons of freshly eut, I in batby blue, .another in canary
quality meat in easy reach of the yellow. The front portion of the


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.MRS. THERMON CORVA JACOBS
(photo iby LYNART Studio)
(pearls and sequins. ,She carried a
Bible covered, wih ..white satin and, A & P Building
net and topped- with a cascade ,of' ___
stephlanoti's, '.lilyf-the-valley, cen- (Continued From Page 1)
tered with a pur@le-ithroated -whitte apartment and adequate check-out
orchid.. Her only ornament was a stations are among the features of
strand of pearls, a gift from the the new store which are .expected
'bridegroom. .Mrs. Trbmmel wore to win favor with both women and
a dress, of. blue brocaded taffeta men shoppers. Departanent 'arrange-
featuring a matching jacket with ment of merchandise will also fa-
three-quarter length sleeves. She cilie hoping, store official
also wore la pink carnation corsage. hinted out. More than 4,000 differ-
The bridegroom's mother chose ent items necessary to ,the modern
a sheath .dress ,of turquoise lace home, bobh food and non-food items
over taffeta. Her corsage was of will be easily obtainable in the
.inlk carnations, Ivarious departments which include'
Immediately..oll.owing the .cere- resh produce, "Super-Right" meats
mony, a reception, was held in the frozen foods, Jane Parker bakery,
fellowship hall, of ,the church. '. coffee-dairy, gener ar grocery,
The refreshment tables were ov- health and beauty aid and general
erlaid with white organdy and 'an nonfood
undercloth of .blue. Centering the
bride's "tabl (:was a "ithree-tiered Modern, refrigerated cases will
wedding 'cake tapped' with a minia- hold fresh farm produce at the
tue 'bride a e bride roo w peak ,of garden fresh ess, iih addi-
:. The "pu,':. l" e -as .set wi tihon to 'e*oprveniently located coun-
a. crytala- punch "ibio surrounded terms for dry -and non-refrigerated
,by an -arrangement of.greenery .and prodoe items.
powers: ,Serfing-th guests were fo ,'particular interest to ahe
*iss Alae Tramnimell, cousin lof the housewife will be the enlarged
bride;- Miss Brenda Tmlinson, area devoted to the frozen foods,
I'Aiss Delores ',Ohisanm presided at the


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bride's book.
Following the reception the cou-
iple lefttior a wedding trip to poiqa'sr
of intiersr. in Florida. For trirel-
ing. the ,bride chose a beige. w ol
sheath dress. with brown accessor-
ies. Her corsage was the orW-hid
from 'her bouquet.
Out-of-town ,g u e s ts attendingg
were 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Walter Kirkland
and -children, Wade and Kathleen,
and, Mr. and Mrs. Fred rShort and
son,. Oharles of Tallahassee; Mrs.
Rosa Tramm-ell and Miss Mae
Trammell of Geneva, Ala., and' Joe
F. Andrews of Jacksonville.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish 'to thank my many friends'
the doctors and nurses at the hos-
pital who were so kind and 'thought-
ul during many recent stay in the.
hospital. Your 'acts of kindness'
were very much appreciated.
'Mrs. John Beasley


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HOLLYWOOD BED -----------$49.95
LIKE NEW CONDITION
Two Pair of 'A' SPRINGS --- $19.95
NEW COST $79.95 USED FOR DISPLAY
On eNew Shopworn Tool Shed ----$49.95
TWO-PIECE KROEHLER
LIVING ROOM SUITE --- $24.95

2 Innerspring Mattresses --- ea. $9.95

I White Vanity with Mirror -------_ $9.95

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Many DINETTE TABLES -----$5.00 and up

OCCASIONAL CHAIRS --_--, $4.95 up
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