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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: December 8, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Port Saint Joe (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gulf County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gulf -- Port Saint Joe
Coordinates: 29.814722 x -85.297222 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1937.
General Note: Editor: Wesley R. Ramsey, <1970>.
General Note: Publisher: The Star Pub. Co., <1970>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 7 (Dec. 2, 1938).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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THE STAR


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"Port St. Joe--The Outlet Port for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Valley"
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1960 PORT ST. JOE, FLORIDA NUMBER 11


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Annual Vi

Santa-Claus is coming to town!
Tomorrow he will be-here in Port St. Joe,
as big life, and 'how bigl Just as the story
bpks say, his belly wilfJa6ke like a bowl.
full of jelly when he laughs, and he will be
merry and gay. .
Santa invites all the children of 'Port St.
Joe (ages 0 to 100) to come downtown at
6:00 p.m. tomorrow evening and see old San-
ta:Claus2.Children are invited to talk to-Santa,
6cTih'bon hi lap, arid t1ll Santa your wants.
Santa is coming to Port St. Joe in a gigan-
tic parade again this year, sponsored by the
Port St. Joe Jaycees. The parade will be led
by .the Port St.Joe High School Band andwill
contain. many colorful floats- celebrating the:
arrival of the.jolly gentleman in this area to
check on the behaviour of boys arid girls. :
The big parade 'wilbegin at the South
end..of Reid Avenue and come through town.
Prizes.-of hard cash will be given to the win- .
1.ningfloats in the big parade, -entered by civic-
groups. Prizes of $75.00, $50.00 and $25.00 are


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st' Joe tmeman 'and' seafood Other. new
dealer, and four: father -mer iavey- were -John U
begin appointed to bhe Fldrida Turn- T'm pa, Job
pike Aubbthority by. Governor-elect Lauderdale,
Farrisz.Bant,to :becom-e effective. Orlando' :-.an
at tihe. gernor'A n ;auga-.jPonX In Jacksonville.
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Bryant named -his authority mem- The TurnP
bqEs after accepting, with thanks, ated in Junie,
the resignations of all present mem- of directing
bers. These .were volunteered by on our t high
th incumbents to'enable Bryant to aic n 19
proceed with his tairplike devE 'tds froa
jnent plans -with a full -board of his Present p1l
own choosing. TihV 'outgoing and slon northwa
incoming authority members held a a span yest
morning-long, conference at Bry- ann' West to
ant''s Ocala office last week to long range. p.
smooth the way for the January ant and- the
change over, ity have .said
and as far as
Announcing -the appointments ibe.Cnstru
Bryant said, "Retiring Turnpike the Turnplk
Chairman' Tom Manuel and his as- Sunshine Sti
sociates 'have done a fine job for ced entirely
the present .adrninistra-tion, under e
pike Revenue
Its policies. In the next four years invole tax
our turnpike activities will be gear- amount of b-
ed to -the rapid development of
Florida andd, will meet 'the chiallen-r the pres
ges of our growth with a new pro-
granm, imaginatively conceived and This state
soundly based. business but
"The men I have named will ndas-like ma-
saouder heavy responsibilities in the ,bonds, th
the months ahead and' I have every nearly -five
confidence that 'they merit now, dule. -Gross
and will earn in the.' perf6ri;m.'ae eration is f
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right, front row, ,Coach Marion Oraig, Don Gardner,
Coach Lamar Faison. Second row, left to right, John:
Ray. Third row, left -to right, George Boyer, James
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us Sets eit$O" City In Quandry Over
i s S e t The safe of the: Union Finance '



cit onFriday tentm tResults Of Closing Of Alley
B imnny Barfield, -the thieves enter- "
s i F r d a B led the front door of the estaiblish-
y ment by prying open the door lock. FCC APPROVES RADI0-TE LEPHONE FOR CITY
set up by the Jaycees for these winning floats. The 350 pound safe was loaded on FCC APPROVES LEPH NE F R CITY
In conjunction with the annual visit of avehicleand hauled away and the The City Commission found itself in a partial delima Tuedsay night brought about by the
Santa Claus, the Retail Merchants Division of locked. This -maneuver prevented closing of an alleyway in 1958. The alleyway in question runs beside the old building of the First
Port St. Joe is kicking off its Christmas buy- local police from detecting the rob- Baptist Church, between the building and the vacant lot facing Highway 98.
ing season with a big City-wide sale. A spec- bery earlier ,by their periodic check The alleyway was closed at the
ial eight-page section in this week's Star ad- of doors in the business district of request of George G. Tapper who
this big sale. This big sale will Port St. Joe. pu based the vacant lot mention-
vetises this.big sale. This big sale wccoring to UnionFinanceCon- i ed, and the property now occupied
tinue.through Christmas eve. pany -manager, Donald Parker, the by 'the [GA Foodliner and the U. S.
All stores in Port St. Joe will be open aftdr safe, contained' some -$1,400.00 in r Postoffice. Tapper asked that the-
the parade. cash and a number of checks and i alleyway be closed proit to placing
This week also marks the beginning of other ,papers. the IGA building on property for-
the special Christmas season opening hours The safe was ,ound ,Saturday imnierly designated as the alley.
-around noon out near the Niles Tapper has now asked the city
for Port St. Joe businesses, All business hou- Road in the woods. The safe -had to move its .utilities out of the for-
ses. will remain open on Wednesday after- been opened' and the cash and mer alleyway as he wants to build
noons from. now until Christmas. During checks removed. on -his vacant property now and
.Christmas week the stores will remain open Deputy Barfield, said that a su- w ,, w nts the utilities moved' first.
-late -Thursday and Friday nights and will ob- er 'market in Carrabelle was en- r ter and ewer ains ran Ip
serve regular sing urs n Saturday tered the same night and investi- i tbe former alley.)
serve regular closing hours on Saturday, De- gationis going forward in the di- The Commission informed Tap-
cember 24. reaction of seeking a link in the er 'that the utilities could ibemov-
So children, don't forget to meet Santa two robberies. rd -- hbi t -at the -expense of Tapper.
tomorrow evening and parents, don't forget No arrests had- been- made in the T'napper contended it wasn't his re-
to take advantage of the savings you will find case at press time yesterday after- possibility to move the .utilities.
in Port St. Joe stores this Christmas. noon, but law neforcement. officers I Mayor Sharit reported to the
were checking on several suspects. Commission. Tuesday night that he
Z ',had -reminded Tapper an agreement
was to be idra-wn up by Tapper's at-
SCTAR W ILL PRINT LETTERS I| torney and th.e city'a s attorney at
STAR W ILL PRINT LETTERS TO i .h time of he passing on closing
1A2the -alleyway, relieving the city of
SANTA CLAUSE ON DECEMBER 22 expenseinvolven future moving
S-" ,o o uf u-ilities. iSharit asked City At-
Already The Star is beginning to i'itercept a flock of "Let- rre ,ecil ostin, Jr., if ih
terms To Santa Claus". Children writing these letters ileed not Cec1 'sad drawn
0 0 fear, The Star will publish them and forward them on to ': up the agreement. Costing said they
Santa Claus. for his inspection. had not. -
The reason The Star .has not printed these letters yet is Mayor t a
because we are saving them to the most opportune time for ditr and ~leak R. W. Henderson
bers appointed publication-Thursday before Christmas. This will impress RECEIVES TROPHY-Howard Lovett (left) center for the Port St. -, secure the:ordinance and read
0, chalima-n, of fresh "pon. Sarita's-iind just before he takes off on his an-.-- Joe Shaks.1960 football squad is awarded -troi;. '.,by .CoachMar- JimT. sc Tor p; ffe id the opinioni-
ahban f '-Fort .. nual trip,-just what Port St.-Joe children want for Christmas ion Craig (right) for being selected as Dhe "Most Valuable Player" that a clause in the ordinance,-
)nd Barnes of These: letters will printed on the front page of The Star on the iShark squad by his teammates. .The award was made Friday reading "said 'abitttng property
h -Dowaiing of in' the.'December 22 issue. So children, mail your letters to night at the Sharks annual football, banquet. (Star photo) owners (Ta'iper and -the First Bap-
Santa Claus today,.to be sure they are printed in this issue.
ltist Church) shall pay ,1l expense .
thoritywas.cre- OW r Lo tt v s Most V lu ble es in connection to abandonment
,develop means Miss MiRrva McLane Named President of said alleyway", protected the
through trass va McLane P resident pL er Award At Annual Banquet city in atis instance.
through traffic city in. this instance.
was opened to Flri I Asn of( UrAe Anesthl tists While much discussion. was held
Turnpike now ,riO daO ASSn. OiNurse AnestnetlSts on the matter, no action was taken
lerce to Miami. -- Howard Lovett picked' up the cov- -be determined to try harder the except to instruct the City Attor-.
e for its ex-ten- Miss Minerva'McLane, Ad-minis- eted 'Most Valuable Player" award next time". ney to explore the matter further.
he Georgia line, trator Municipal Hospital was Sh rk Win In for the Port St. .Joe Sharls foot- Guests of the team at their ban- OTHER BUSINESS
he Tampa area elected President of the Florida ball squad this year at the team's quet were Mr. and Mrs. B. B. ,Scis- Other business coming ,before the
labama line. In- Association of Nurse Anesthetists ge Opener Over annual football banquet last Fri- son, Mr. 'and Mrs. Dave Nicholson, Commission was as follows:
, Governor Bry- at their annual meeting held in C p day night held in the High School Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Ramsey, Discussion was held as to whe-
urnpi'ke Author- conjunction with the Florida Hos- lunch room. Lovett was selected by 'Mur., and Mrs. Lamar Faison, Mr. their Frank LeHardy could, operate .
ill -move as fast pital Association in Miami last C his fellow players for the award. and Mrs. Marion Craig, Bob Sid- his new package store under the
omnoically feas- week. Coach Marion Craig presented Lov- well, the cheerleader squad and same liquor license as his bar. In-
knd operation of The Port St. Joe -Sharks opened ett with his trophy. Howard Vpay- dates of the players. (Continued On Page 9)
known as finan-the ther offee nrs te were: rs.g their 1960-61 season in basketball ed center for the Sharks -and ac- -
kway) is finn-1st Vza Pt Newton, St. Petearda Sa-burg, tuesday nigh with a ig bang cording to Coach Craig, "played ev-
. sale of Turn-nter ar, second Vie scoring a 66-28 victoryover the ry minute of every .game" of the J yC S Mark Fairways At Golf Course;
3 This does not C'abene Paksc-dVeCrseason.
at all. Total President; Miss Dorothy Patterson, Carrbelle Mullets.season.
tat were issued Miami, secretary-treasurer. Bob Munn and Joe Evans paced Other honors given. were "Best COUntry Club Membership Up To 44
npe -was $74 Mt s McLane has 'served the Flor- the Sharks' scoring attack with 16 Bocker", Howard Lovett; "Best
d Association .as Vice-President and 14 points resplctlely. W Tackler", Howard Lovett; "Hard- The Jaycees continue to contri- about the club and the finance ar-
ar Trse e liams added 11 points ftothe est Rnner", hesley ensom
is not only big a ond Secretary-Treasurer and Direc- est runner Cheute time and effort toward getting rangements for membership. Many
dled- in a busi- A oc atioon, h as -between 350400e Bill Butler was high for the los- aLetters for the 1960 season, were the San, Blas Golf -Course under- of the calls are from Apalachlcola
dled in a busi- Association has .between 350400 Blulerwas hg orthe los awarded by Coach Craig to the fol way. and Wewahitohka, according to BIs-
n payments on members in Florida. ers with eight. th ]owing players: Ends, George Boy- The group is currently marking sett.
ority is running Miss McLane is immediate past The Shark iced the game wither, W neStevens and James vb- trees outlining the fairways for the A roxim ely 10 percent of e
ahead of. ache- president of-the.Northwest Florida a 23-point -surge in the second per- -er, WaAne -Stevens and Janes Gvb- -trees outlining the fairways for the Approximately 10 (percent of dhe
from this ophe- Hospital Council, and porthwest Floriden of son. Tackles, Joe Whaley, Don first nine soles so -that trees can present subscribers are from Apa-
Sto run -well -the local St.Jos 's preidnt oand Donnie Young and Jim Johnson Young and Pat McFarland. Guards, be cut from the area and clearing lachicola and Wewahitchka 'which
60.d to run w ell the ssional Women's BCluineb.s teamed to ea he Port St Joe n- Paul Robins, Clifford Winberly, begun learning will be started in indicates the club ,will be an enter-
60. ProfessonalWomen'sClub. ior varsity to a 56-16 rom over Courtney Martin and David Nance. the near future, according to Ash- community affair.
--- -- ,.:-: Carrabelle in the preliminary con- Center, Howard Lovett. Quarter- ley Costin, chairman of construe- Bissett pointed out that dues for
'.-. "'- -- -..." test. back, Bob M-unn and Larry Davis. tion committee of the San Blas the club has been set at $100.00 a
.. -- : ..,-:'.: .C'belle g ft |St. Joe g f t Halfbacks, Jimmy Wilder, Jimmy Country Club and chairman of thepayable annually or uartr-
S. : Moeck 1 4 6 Munn 6 4 16 Daiwson, Nelson Hall, Bob Kerri- Jaycee community development ly. Voting stock shares are $100.00
McMillian 0 1 1 Wilder 1 2 4 ,gan, Steve Kennedy, Robert -Settle- committee. with one share per family limit.
S Blomquist 0 1 1 Gardner 3 0 6 mire. Fullback, Chesley Fensom. Ordinary membership initiation
0-* Clark 2 1 5 Eans 6 2 14 Man arett, Bill te nd To ate 44 members have joined fees are $50.00. At present, to in-
S GranWheeler 0 1 11 Dwson 1 2 Wayne Childers the organization. At least 12 more duce purchases of voting stock,
.Grae 1 1 3Boyer 0 1 1 a speaker for he evening have stated their intentions of join-mthe first year's dues for voting
Giice 1 0 2 Williams 5 1 11 Guest speaker e ev ng members has been reduced to
L- Begwas Eddie Cubbon,, Director of De- ing right away.
.Butler 3 2 8 Kerrigan 2 0 4 ve lmenti Co At s For a A embers hip meeting was cal- $50.00. Bissett pointed out that this
MTotals 8 12 28 TotRay 3 0 2 State University. Oubbon used as led for Wednesday night for the special dues rate Is available to
S Totals 8 12 28 cTlotalr 27 12 W 6 his topic, "Don't Be Afraid To purpose of setting up the organiza- purchasers of voting stock only
e Tomorrow night the Sharks will os" tbbon told the athletes tion and assigning committee func- and that the offer was good for a
Sgo CTom hpley, and next Tuesday that they "can learn from losing tions. John Drew, chairman of th limited
,othe Sharks tav nt ATues.ay He said "losing ia a -loss only if organization committee reported, -
the Sharks travel to Altha. we don't learn anything from it". "We are now assured of the pub- Kiwanis See Football Film
.5 Cubbon pointed out that the whole 'lie interest and are ready to move
Se Ara Receives point of the 'athletic program was ahead". The Kiwanis Club agreed at their
SBC BV S in training young men to accept a The club charter limits the .num- regular meeting Tuesday to collect
*t' Pubeit D loss with the determination to try ber of voting memberships and this food and toys for the needy at
N t a tBl lCTy harder the next time and to be limit is rapidly ,being reached. In Christmas time. The members will
sure that they try again for sue- a little over two weeks, the 44 pres- bring donations to their club meet-
BW" IGulf County has again received cess. ent members have been subscribed, ing on December 20. This is an an-
some national publicity. A scene 1 Cubbon charged the students to Drew stated that his committee .felt nual project of the luib.

from Indian Pass Beach adorns ""show .good grace in losing". A sure the initial group of voting For the program Tuesday, Coaoh ,
l I 'B the back cover of the Standard good loser is a person who makes members would be met very soon Marion Craig showed the club a
Oil Company magazine, "Scenic a determined try at winning. "You without difficulty. "The success of .movie of the University of Florida
South" for the month of Decem- can never win unless you are in the kick-off dance and the enthus- and Tulane football game which
ber. The scene depicts two young the race", he said. He urged the lasm shown to date with no mem- was the Gators' homecoming game.
.--- .- a,-_ ladies gathering sea shells on young men "never to be afraid to bership drive is very encouraging," Guests of the club were Mike
1960-61 varsity basketball squad. They are, left to the beach. I try no matter what the odds. Mr. Drew said. Carbonneau and Buddy Kennington
Bob M'unn, Jimmy Wilder, Jimmy Dawson and The magazine is mailed out Cubbon said "there will be many AREA-WIDE INTEREST of the high school; Milton Ander-
ny 'Ray, Jimmy Wiliams, Joe Evans, and Albert each month to customers of the setbacks in your life. When these Lawrnece Bissett, acting treasur- son of Port St. Joe and S. N. Kirk-
Gibson and Bob Kerrigan. On the back row are the Standard Oil service stations occur, don't pity yourself. Try not er of the organization reports that land, Field Secretary of the State
owe and David Babbitt. (Star photo) throughout the nation, to be irritable over a setback, but he has received many inquiries PTA from Orlando.











Miss Barbara Mitchell, Bride-Elect,
Honored With Tea-Shower Recently
Miss Barbara Mitchell, whose George McLawhon and Mrs. Her-
marriage to Jamnnes Michael Kerri- man Dean.
'gan will ibe an event of December! Receiving the guests with the
20, was honored with a tea shower honoree were Mrs. Thomas Mit-
at the home of Mrs. Walter Duren ichell, mother of the ibride-elect and
Saturday, November 26, on Allen Mrs. Robert Kerrigan. Miss Mit-
Memorial Way. The hostesses for ifaell chose tor this occasion a
the afternoon with Mrs. Duren dress of white silk accented with a
were 'Mrs. Terrence Hinote, Mrs. bhlt of red roping. Her corsage was


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of red carnations.
I The dining room table, overlaIA
,by a linen outwork cloth was cen
'tered with an arrangement of white
chrysanthemums and 'wedding bells
tied with nylon tubing. On both
sides were silver three branched
candelabra, with crystal prisms
holding white tapers. Dainty sand
wiches of wedding bell shape 'fur
their accentuated the bridal motif
Pouring coffee were Mrs. Chaun
cey Costin, Miss Diane Lay, Miss
'Christa Duren and Miss Clara Pate


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visited relatives Friday and Satur-!
any in Tallalhassee and St. Marks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Howel'l and
daughter Patricia of Parker visit-
ed Mrs. Mae Creamer and family
Saturday.
Earl Burrows returned to his
home in Colorado Springs, Colo.,
after visiting his parents, Mr. and


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1980
NEWS PROM
Mexico Beach
By Mrs. Betty Misaler
Phone 648-3e05
Mr. and Mrs. George Holland and


S; let to ght areMrsMrs. P. 0. Burrows& .........
S M~ sMrs. P. 0. Burrows. family of Mexico Beach are leaving
SeMr. and 'Mrs. B. Can nington Saturday, December 10, for a two
-r st.visited in BlIountstown Saturdayweek trp to Forest City, North
s witheMrs. i. Carolina where they will visit with
SsThe Highlan View Assembly of family and friends. Their stay will
rin calGod WMC's .held their monthly include Christmas.day.
I r Dr meeting Decemiber 5 at 7:30 at the r an Me Christma s ay.
*,... home of Mrs. J. V. Cannington. Re- r. Beachd Mrs. Ed Croos returned from
S_ n gate to 'freshments were served to those e Bieac rient lo Miamir u here
SHOWER HONORS BRIDE-ELECT-Above are the hostesses and present. All enjoyed a great time they listed with relatives.
;honoree. From left to right are, Mrs. Terrance Hinote, Mrs. Walter of Christian fellowship. The MYF of the Methodist
Duren, Miss Barbara Mitchell, the honoree, Mrs. T. J. Mitchell, mo- COhurch held a social last Friday
otherr of the bride-elect and Mrs. Robert Kerrigan, mother of the District Nurse evening. Refreshments were ser-
groom-elect. I is N s ved, games were played and Ohrist-
Miss Mitch-iel wasthader Tece ^ nM Meapient cancer paiet wer dicmas carols sung. Attending were
Miss Migthtell was ,the recipient cancer patients were discussed. Assn. Meets Chrystal, Mates, Shirley Ayers
of many beautiful gifts -and many Dr. William Wager was elected, Mi Rcuth Vickery, Danny Danford, Sam-
friends called during the afternoon. President of the group for 1961. Dr. The monthly meeting of the my B on. e Mrs. aslerry, the
Harold Canning was elected vice-*Franklin-Gulf County District Nur-m hostess and chaperone, is planning
president, Dr. Henry Langston, sec- ses Association met at the home for a -special Ohristans party to
Baptist Men etary, Dr. ayne Hendrix, Dele- of Mrs. E. C. Harden, Jr., in Wewa- be announced.
iT F e gate to Florida Medical Association hitchka at 8:00 p.m. Monday, De- t
To Fete Wives and Dr. Photis Nichols, Alternate comber 5. A covered dish supper
_Delegate. was enjoyed. Barbecue Set for Dec. 17
Members of the Brotherhood of Present were doctors and mes- Those attending w er e Mrs. The Diving Club of Port St. Joe
'the First Baptist Church wi~ll hun- dames Harold Canning, Wewahitch- Louise 'beard, Evelyn Williams and
their w ith ka; Joseph Hendrix, Wayne Hen- Miss Minerva McLane of Port t. High School is sponsoring a pork
orday night at 7:30 in withe social hall sdrix, Robert King, William Wager Joe, Mrs. Elvester Wall and Miss barbecue at the high school from
of 'the church. The suplper will be and Conrad Williams, Port St. Joe; Mercedes Murphy of Apalachicola, 4:00 pam. until 7:00 p.m. on Satur
h chrc s- r and Kenneth Linstruth and Photis Mrs. Betty Gaskin, Roberta Har- day, December 17.
a covered dish affair. Nichols, Apalachicola. den, Viola Walters of Wewahitch- This is one of the projects of the
The program for the evening will, ka. club 'to raise funds for purchasing
,.be on the teeme of missions and NEWS FROM The next meeting is to be held film and other equipment. Tickets
Mrs. Milton Chafin in charge. u Iwit Monday, January 9, 1961, at 8:00 may b purchased from the West-
All members of 'the Brotherhood HIlu ViW P.m. at the City Restaurant in Port. en Auto, St. Joe Auto Parts Co.,
and their wives are urged to at- By BETTY CREAMER St. Joe. and The Record Shop.
tned.
r. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson and
n daughter spent the 'week end in
Presbyterian Westville with friends 'and rela-
tives. They were accompanied,
Wo men Me t home by Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Pat-
Sterson's mother, who will visit,
them for awhile.
Presbyterian Women of the Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons,' V.
church held their monthly business Mrs. Mae Creamer and daughter
and program meeting in the sanc- Betty visited Sunday near Wewa-
i tu.ary of the church at 3:30 p.m. hi'tchka with relatives.
Monday, December 5. In the ab- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miles and
sence of the president, Floyd Mrs. Raymond Burrows visited
Campbell, Mrs. Calla Perritt con- Sunday in Southport with Rev. H.
ducted the business meeting anid A. Miles and other relatives.
opened the program with 'the devo- Friends of Mrs. Carolyn Bradley
tional. will regret to learn she is a patient
Mrs. Gladys Brown introduced at the Municipal Hospital this
the theme, "Errands of Love". week. We wish her a speedy recov-


Those taking part in the skit were
Mrs. Liz Prows, Mrs. Calla Perritt,
Mrs. Jennie Edge, Mrs. Vivia Un-
cerwood and Mrs. Frances Brown.

Medical Society
Names Officers
Dr. and Mrs. Henry I. Langston
entertained the Franklin-Gulf Coun-
ty Medical Society for the regular
monthly ,meeting with a buffet suip-
per 'at their home in Apalachicola,
Wednesday evening, November 30.
During the business session cer-
tain aspects of hospitalization for
the medically indigent and for


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3 OFF


TEENS
Slips and Panties

.Y OFF
GIRLS' and MISSES

TIGHTS

Y3 OFF


*Striking New Styling will stay in style, Ceramic-Armored muffler and tailpipe.
notbeoutmodedbyyearlymodelchanges. *Individual Leg Room. Sectional Sofa
* Best Gas Mileage in all major economy Front Seats, which adjust separately for
contests in 1960. leg room and Airliner Reclining Seats, op-
tional at extra cost.
oLowest Upkeep. Voted "most trouble- 050% More Trunk space for '61, big
free car" by owners. family room for six.


*Best Rust Protection. Deep-Dip rust-
proofing-up to roof.
* Least Tire Wear because of big, 15-inch
wheels. (Most compacts have foreign size
13-inch wheels.)
*Best Power Choice-90 or 125 HP Six;
3 transmission choices.


Before You Buy Any Size Car, It's Smart To See Your Rambler Dealer

WIMBERLY MOTORS, INC.


Toddlers through Misses 88


Shirts & Blouses 1-4 to 1-2 off



1-2 off

O All SUITS, DRESSES, SKIRTS SPORTSWEAR

CORDUROY SETS ------------ PRICE
Size 12 mos. 80s


All $1 Items Marked Down To 80c

SALE STARTS THURSDAY, DEC. 8 at .9:00 A.M
REGISTER FOR FREE BOOK OF S & H GREEN STAMPS
GIVEN AWAY EACH WEEK


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THEY'RE NOT DYING YOUNG
Since the beginning of this century, the nation's
population has more than doubled. Most people just
aren't dying as young as they used to. In fact, the
number of people over 65 has not merely doubled
-it has quadrupled' since 1900. Folks are living
longer, healthier, happier lives-because of the
wonder drugs in the prescriptions that doctors
write today. That's why we say .

Today's Prescription Is the Biggest Bargain In History

- The Most Complete Prescription Department --
Have Your Doctor Phone Us or Bring Your Prescription To

SMITH'S PHARMACY
236 Reid Ave. Phone BAll 7-5111
Two Free Parking Spaces for Your Convenience
at Our Back Door
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SET OF FOUR
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TIRES


THIRD PRIZE
Portable
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Drawing At Close of Business
Saturday -- You Do Not Have
to be Present to Win.


Glasses-a four-pack set of beautiful antique auto glasses'
Swill be included with every purchase of seven or MORE gallons of
e Gulf gasoline at this service station during the opening days.

GENE'S GULF SERVICE
Monument and 7th St.


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Dear Friends:
Please read the happy shopping
news from Port St. Joe merchants
;n this issue of The Star. Turn to
page three in the special section
for special savings from BOYLES,
the Pay Cash and Pay Less store!
Well, let's wander around for a
few moments and see what comes
up! Do you happen to be a sales-
man? If so, are you proud' of it?
Do you believe in selling or (being
,:old. Or do you happen to .be one
of those who thinks selling Is a
lost art and out of style? Well,
here's what one man has to say
about it and I quote: 'Sales-
men built America. I'm proud I am
a salesman and the number
one reason is because, I and mil-
l'ons like me built America. The
man who builds a (better mousetrap,
bathtub, safety pin or automobile,
would starve to death if he waited
for people to "beat a pathway to
his door". He needs someone to
sell it for him. Eli Whitney was
laughed at when he showed, his
cotton ,gin. Edison had to install
his new electric light free of
charge in an office building before
anybody would even look at it. The
first sewing machine was smashed
to ,pieces by a Boston mob. People
scoffed at the idea of railroads .
They even thought traveling 30
miles an hour would stop circula-
tion of the blood. The public didn't
go around demanding these things
... they bad to be sold. They
needed thousands of salesmen .
trail blaze's, pioneers, people who
did things. Salesmen took these in-
ventions and taught people to want
them and taught them how to
make use and' profit from them.
'Salesmen educated America to the
highest standard of living in the
world. They made ,possible mass
production methods. And the sav-
ings from mass production were
passed along to us in lower and
,lower prices and better and bet-
ter quality. Salesmen built Ameri-
ca )because they served America".
jEnd of quote.
S"Cghristianity is in retreat", so
+1, D th+T Rt R-D TJmn, A iA1re


A: ays yIn AKe ev. James A. el.e,
Bishop -of the Episcopal Diocese of
California in an article in Dec. 20
issue of Look magazine. This most
thought-provoking article -gave me
something to think about. It might
do the same for you!
One .more closing thought: While
this writer is proud to (be a sales-
man and a small' merchant he
chooses first to be a friend to hu-
manity. S'long. -RGB

SFamily Social

Hu-ners Chapter
Eta Epsilon Sigma Ohapter of
Beta Sigma Phi honored their
member, with their first family
social. The theme of their party
was, "A IIard.times Outing". Tte
setting was at the Stac Hoese a ol
everyone coming dressed in noth-
ing new, starched or nice. Fines
were placed on those present with
I anything, but "hardtimes" apparel.
The party room carried out the
theme with flower arrangements
made with wild flowers and weeds.
The tables were covered with rag-
ged tablecloths and candles were
used for light.
Th program was led by Mrs.
W. L. Brown with everyone shar-
ing in it with their different ex-
periences and talents.
A supper was provided by each
'family bringing a covered dish.
[Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
!Harrison Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Brax-
ton Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
FVArris, 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown,
IMr. and Mrs. Edwin Peters, Mr.
and Mrs. David Jones and Mr. and
VI-'. Edward McGill.
A fine time wan had by all.
SHOP AT HOME
h CHURCH SUNDAY


P t J e H j ig!| S oo *THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. w- -
Port St. Joe High Schoo Lists THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1960 7p.-L
Honor Roll for Second Six Weeks Prenda Conley, Bob Craig, Kathy JT hee I attler
iGarrett, Paul Simmons, Phyllis
Smith, Woodrow Walker, Marjorie Published by
The Port St. Joe High School re- Coleman Tharpe, David White, Peg' Woolford, Morris Buttram, Cecelia
leased this week, its list of students gy Depuy, Mary Ellen Henderson, Cheech, Larry Parker, Billy Wager,
who have made the honor roll for Mary Jane Bobbitt, Don Haddon, Fran Gunn, Linda Gox, Sandy Lee BOYLES DEPARTMENT STORE
the school's second six week per-I Pabs Maxwell, Sheral Bass, Rexine ,rnd Charles Zimmerman. PHONE BALL 7-4261
tod. White and Sharlyene Rlaffield. 7th Grade: Carol Wager, Ann 222 REID AVE. PORT ST. JOE, FLA. "
All pupils who ,made this list 11th Grade: Mickey Thompson, IBelin, Keitha Carmichael, Mark R. GLENN BOYLFi, Owner .
Shave attained high. marks in citi- Baxter Underwood, Sandra Brown, Rutland, Fleetwood Pride, Robert i "Dedicated to Better Se.iT m ixed with a
zenship as well as in academic Kay Creech, Freddy Joines and Branton, Noni Jean Carbonneau, little fun"
subjects. Mary Dell Ramsey. Carol Johnson, Danny Wilson, Bar- R. GLENN BOYLES Editor
ALL 'A' HONOR ROLL 10th Grade: Joel Barbee, Bar- bara Lewis, Robert Boone, Jerome e,
12th Grade: arolyn Kennedy bara Whitield, Lida Price, Mabel Barnes, Gary Davis, Ima Jean Al- Associate Editors YOU-ALL BOYLES
9th Grade: Douglas Hallman, Stone l Anderon and len, Billy AntlBillyilly Smith, Fred-. STORE PERSONNEL
Forrest Van Camp, Albert Gentry, Dockery. Anderson and Lila dy Wise, Tommy Wright, Michele; ERLMA M. BOYLES Manager
Ellis Stevens and Myron Merritt. Dockery. Anchors, Julia Ann Boyette, Jenni- ESTHER TAYLOR MRS. RUTH KEELS JIMMY STEPHENS
llis teens and Myron Merritt. 9h Grade: Leon Hobbs, Patsyfer Kennedy, Heln Peak and Jac- GLADYS S. GILL Lingerie and Hosiery
8th Grade: Paula Lovett and 'Patterson, Ellen Scisson, Kenneth EARLINE SNELL ___ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
Patsy Prince. Dykes, June McKenzie, David Por- que Price. GUY N. MIDDLETON ...--------........... Men's a-,d Boys' Wear and Shoes
7th Grade: Dennis Dawson, Kaye ter and Gayle Odum. -
Smith, lake Belin, Andrew Tram- 8th Grade: Bobby Antley, David SS ED ADS It' A B ng Hoiday Se At Boyl .
mell and Robin Downs. Young, Marie Rhames, Ro.bin Its A Booming Ho ay Season At Bo es .
'A and B' HONOR ROLL Brown, Pete Fox, Charles Thomas, Midget Investments With Everyone Invited for Free Cokes Free Candy for
12th Grade: Estelle Mizelle, Frances Ruckman, David Babbitt, Giant Returns The Kiddies After Big Christmas Parade Friday!


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OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY!


GA., FLA., GRADE 'A' WHOLE With $5.00 Order or MoIr 1 3-4 .to 2 LB. AVG.


TABLERITE CHOICE STEAK

TABLERITE ---- ALL MEAT
BEEF STEW
TABLERITE STANDING RUMP


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TABLERITE STEAK -- CHOICE


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LB. 69c

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


You Are Cordially Invited-To Attend

Long Ave. Baptist Church


REV. J. C. ODUM, Pastor
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00
-BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ___ 6:15
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30
PRAYER SERVICE (Wednesday) 7:80


a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


Corner Long Avenue and 16th Street
Air.Conditioned Centrally Heated

VISITORS ALWAYS' WELCOME



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

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:80 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m.
TRAINING UNION .---...--....... 6:15 p.m.
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 p.m.
PRAYER MEETING-(Wednesday) 7:30 p.m.
"Copie and Ycborship God With Us"


THE CHURCH OF GOD
of Highland View
.-----WELCOMES YOU
SUNDAY S HOOL .9"45 A.M.
MORNING WORSHIP :' 4 100 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




PEhTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH

:. Garrison at 20th
Rev. Hubert D. White1 Pastor
unay 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"


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NEW SUPER DUTIES
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NEW ECONOLINE VAN
Up to $433* less than
conventional 1-ton panels!


NEW HIGHWAY TRACTORS NEW TILT CABS NEW "BIG SIX"
Now! Highway tractors powered New sleeper option adds only 21 ', New 262-cu. in. Six for
by Diesels or Ford Big V's! still allows 40-ft. trailers! America's savingest 2-tonners!

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history! Biggest truck savings, too-start-
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Come in! See the newest, save the most!


NEW STATION BUS
Double loadspace of big wagons-
priced* below most compact wagons!


*Based on a comparison of latest available
manufacturers' suggested retail delivered prices


Puzzlirng over, your .Christmas list?
HERE ARE JUST'A.FEW ELECTRICAL'GIFT SUGGESTIONS
IKET BLENDER FOOD IXE Y .


DRYER POST LANTERN *
(.PAN KNIFE SHARPENER .
POLISHER SAUCE PAN *
TRIMMER DISHWASHER xa *
'MAKER AIR PURIFIER *
C TOYS r ELECTRIC DRILL
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DEEP,FAT FRYER
HEATING PAD
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STEREO HI-FI
'CLOCK- RADIO
LAWN MOWER


STRUKS HERE!
FORD TRUCKS COST LESS


FLORIDA POW21t ORPOIATION


ST. JOE MOTOR CO.
PORT ST. JOE, FLA.


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Minutes of the O said Department and procure, Joe Paper Company and the mner- There being no further business THE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla.
n o in convey or vest in said State tile chants of the County; that to help the meeting did then adjourn. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1960
County Commission free, clear and unencumbered ti- the labor situation as 'well as the ATTEST:
tle to all lands necessary for said merchants, Gulf County, needs George Y. Cor e E. C. fHarden, Sr.
WEWAHITCHKA, FLORIDA portion of said Section, and de- more industry; that he thinks Gulf Clerk Chairman
November 22, 1960 liver to the State Road Departmen County should ,offer outside Indus- -------- FOR EXPERT
The Board of County Commis- said lands physically clear of all .trial interests ten, years tax-free IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S *I
sioners of Gulf County, Florida, occupants, tenants, fences, build- operation as an inducement to lo- COURT, GULF COUNTY, Electrical
me- -this date in' regular session ings 'and/or structures and. improve- cate in our County. The Board dis- FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. .Repairs
with the following members pres- imns1 -situate upon or encroaching cussed this matter and decided to in Re: Estate of and
ent: E. C. Harden, Sr., Chairman; within the limits of the lands re- refer it to our Representative and JACK JUSTICE, a
Coleman W. Tharpe, George W., uired for said portion of said Sec* Senator. deceased.
Cooper and G. S. Croxton. The tion, and 'that the Chairman and Right of way deeds from the Plor- NOTICE OF FILING PETITION Contracting
Clerk, Shreiff, Attorney and Road the Clerk of this Board be and they ida Board of Forestry and' W. L. FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
Superintendent -were also -presenL. ere hereby authorized and direct- Fitzpatrick were accepted and or- ADMINISTRATRIX IT'S
The meeting came to order at ed to execute and deliver on behalf dered recorded. Notice is hereby given that I have
6:30 a. of said County to said Department i The following bills were present- f1ed my final returns as Adminis-
S The State Road Department pre- the contract in the form hereto ed, examined, approved and order- tratrix of the Estate of Jack Jus-
sented its right of way. resolution attached; and be it further ed paid, to-wit: t.e, deceased'; that I have filed WALL
on Section 51560-2601 (Long Ave- RESOLVED, that the attorney Road and Bridge Fund' Warrant my Petition tor distribution and for
nae) and the right of way contract for this Board be, and he is hereby ,No. 48 through 55. final discharge, and that on De- DA
between th eBoard and said Depart- authorized and directed to proceed- L. E. Browder, Equip. $298.00 cember 19, 1960, I will apply to the iCO ANY
anent. After consideration, the to take the necessary steps for the Quincy L. Hardy, Borrow pit Honorable S. P. Husband, County
Board executed the contract and 'County to acquire in the name of 600.00 Judge of Gulf County, Florida, for
requested the clerk to forward said County by donation, purchase, LoiNella 'Stebel, Borrow Pit approval of said final 'returns and DIAL BAll 7-4331
same to the State Road Depart- or condemnation said rights of way, 2,000.00 for an order of distribution abud for
ment. borrow pits and easements for said Keenan Welding 'Sup., Welding final discharge as Administratrix of
RESOLUTION portion of said .Section, and to pre- ,Supplies 46.47 Itne Estate of Jack Justice, deceas- '
On motion of Commissioner rare in the name of said County Gaskin Bros. Lumber Co., Lum- ed.
Thanpe, seconded by Commissioner by its County Commissioners all bher 116.59 /s/ Elizabeth I. Justice
Cooper the following resolution condemnation papers, affidavits Pate-Thomason Service 'Center, Administratrix of the Estate
was adopted: Ind pleadings -and prosecute all Petroleum Prod. .---. 75.45 of Jack Justice, deceased.
WHEREAS, the State Road. De- condemnation proceedings to juddg- Neal Lumber and1 Mfg. Co., Lum- 4t-11.24
apartment of Florida 'has authorized ament; and furnish to the Depart- 'ber 64.40 i 1
and requested Gulf County 'to fur- ment the abstract search provided H. M. McClamma, Electrical Wk. o CURC SUNDA
nish the necessary rights of way, forin said 'Contract. (end) 87.50 CHURCHSUN
borrow pits and easements for thna The Clerk read a letter from the ---- -
portion of Section 51560, Long Ave- Attorney General of the State -of Fancy Meats, Groceries and Vegetables -
nue, extending from State Road'Florida with reference to the Gulf
384, Northerly along Long Avenue County Small Claims Court. The T
to Twentieth Street in Port St. letter was ordered filed.
Joe, which 'has been surveyed and I The State Road Dep.artment in-
located by the State Road Depart- formed the Board that the dam-
cuit Court of said Coun'ty, and in to preventoany furterdamage and (FIVE MILES FROM PORT ST. JOE ON HIGHWAY 71)
the office of the Clerk of the Cir. said that upon approval by the | (
'cult Court o said County, and in Board, said Department would au- AT WHITE CITY FLORIDA
the office of the said Department thorize a contractor to do this work I ATWHTECT w -
at Tallahassee, and and charge the work to remaining M THESE SPECIALS EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 6 through DECEMBER 10 0
WHEREAS, the 'said Department funds in the Dead Lakes Bridge U
will not begin construction ,of said ;Contract that have not been char- N W
portion of said Section in said ged eoff; that the estimated costs FIRM HEAD Fresh Apalachicola C
County until title to all land neces- w,.ould be from $1,500.00 to $2,000.00. IRM HEAD e paiai co I
sary for said portion of said Sec-. after .consideration, 'the Board 0 TT E MULL ET r
tion has been conveyed to or vest- unanimously voted to approve said 0 L I I U vL 3
ed in said State by said County, recommendation. = M
and' said lands are physically clear-' The Chairman told' the Board NO. 1 GOLDEN RIPE 0 C OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY o
ed of all occupants, tenants, fen- that P. F. McDaniel Is claiming This W rh 10 b
ces, buildings and/or 'other struc- .someone on this Board told him BANAN0 This. Coupon Worth 10 L. ag
tusres and improvements upon or .that he would be furnished concrete LB. D TATfC DE
encroaching within the limits of pipe by the County for an addition-
-the lani required for 'said portion al road crossing in his pasture; w TENDER GREEN C nly F
'of said Section; and that as far as the Chairman under- Thursday, December 8 Only
WHEREAS, the said County is stood from the Mosquito Control: POLE AN
financially unable at this time to Supervisor, Mr. McDani.el was to 0 L B U LB. GRADE 'A' C m
provide the necessary 'funds to ae- get pipe for only one crossing, but "
quire said rights of way, borrow now he wants pipe for a culvert FLA. SWEET -C F YT ER
pits and easements; now therefore, that leads to nowhere. In a d-s- F A. E cNY LB. 2
be at Lu u;, that followed; it was AN E IN E LB. .
RESOLVED, that 'the State Road ouht out that the Road Super- TANGERINES Your DOLLAR Life is LONGER here with
Department be and it is hereby intendent told Mr. McDaniei anI R
requested to pay for th rights of lie a ftur ish 'the 'pipe, think- iBm L I H
way, borrow pits and easements ing that the Board had already ap- T AN RINES 3 B s B
for ,said road, including the remov- proved the giving of- the pipe. I MARKET MANAGER
al of buildings, fences and ,other Commissioner Tharpe said that P S M
structures and improvements there- if he had been promised the pipe, A L Sunnlaind Tenderized C
.on, and for other expenses of ac- he is entitled to receive i. A E sunnya en ze
quiring title to said rights of way, thereupon moved to furnish Me-
borrow pits and easements by pur- Daniel five joints of used pipe,.c T i >
chase or condemnation, from such ni u1 CUommissicnepr Cr.,xton r,
funds and under such conditions and upon vote was carried. A. WHOLE or HALF LB. m
as are 'set out in the contract here- I The Board voted co advertise for GRAPEFRUIT A L
to' attached and be it further ';one front-end- loader and one mot- w SUNNYLAND C .o
RESOLVED, that said County,' or grader, bids to be received until
through its Board of County Com- 9 o'clock A.M., December 13, 1960.1 O AN E F A iS '
missloners, comply with the request Itiwas -decided that $12,500.00 be ORANG FRlJ. LB.
-paid on each piece of equipment ..
u pon delivery and the ,balance on 2,000 BUSHELS CHRISTMAS-FRUITC
Worship With Us oi before, January 1, 1962_ 2,000 BSHELS CHRISTMAS FRUITC
Worship Bob Sidwell, Dsiector Gulf Coun-0 o IT TOH G DIG FE "T l n
CHURCH of the ty Civil Defense gave an oral re- L .V V B .V VHV I0E J gET m LB. |
;port on the emergency power L '
NAZARENE '.plants purchased from the U. S. I
Coer Long Ave. & Niles Rd. Government. He stated that one A littlee OUt Of the way ButterBeans 3 cans
was in operation at this,'time and o t B a s c n
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. ithe others would be ready for use
Morning Worship -11:00 a.m. Y'ithin a few days. BUT a|ot ls to P
Evangelistic Serv. _- 7:30 p.m. Leo Kennedy, County Commis- -BU "EA .a PE 4 cans
Wednesday __7:30 p.m. ionereleot, told theBoard that -- Fancy Meats, Groceries and Vegetables :
Gulf County 'has felt the full blow
Prayer Meeting of a mild recession in business, es- x.- w 1 1 1
y e pecially the employees ,of the St.


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BEEF
HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 85 to 100 LB. AVG.

WHOLE BEEF



ROUND
Consists
Steaks, c
Roasts
and
Ground -L
Meat


HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 45 to 60 LB. AVG.

Whole Full Loin


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B.


LB.

79c


(Consists of Sirloin, Porterhouse and T-Bone Steaks)


HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 25 to 80 LB. AVG.

Whole Short Loin


(Consists of Porterhouse and T-Bone Steaks)
HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 275 to 325 LB. AVG.


Side of Beef


(Consists of Steaks, Roasts, and Ground Meat)
HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 25 to 30 LB. AVG.



BEEF RIB


LB.

89c


49c


LE!


HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 20 to 25 LB. AVG.

SIRLOIN




BUTT


Consists
of
Sirloin
Steak


LB.


HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 150 to 160 LB. AVG. LB.

Beef Fore Quarter 39
(Consists of Steaks, Roasts, Stew and Ground Meat)
HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 80 to 95 LB. AVG. LB.


Whole Arm Chuck


45c


(Consists of Roasts, Stew and Ground Meat)
HEAVY WESTERN GRAIN FED 140 to 165 LB. AVG. LB.


Hind Quarter
(Consists of Steaks, Roast and Stew)


NOTICE!
We wilt CUT and WRAP your Freezer Beef
at no extra charge. Please place your or-
der EARLY for the wholesale cuts you de-
sire.


PLUM ROSE DANISH
COOKED BONELESS
C A N NED


HA


3 I LB.
CAN


FROSTY MORN
OLD SMOKEY
PURE PORK SMOKED


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(CONSISTS of STEAKS and ROASTS)


10-Inch
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PKG.


PILLSBURY
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to start the ads no later than Feb-
ruary 28. And all counties will have
'to start work on .proposed legls-
lation earlier than usual in order
to meet the March 28 iling de-.
line.
Chappell said he considers the
new rule a major governmental
improvement which will speed up
the mechanics of (bill-passing ard
provide more tnmei for considea-
Stion of general bials of a statewide
nature.


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THE STAR, Port St. 6 J., lta. -
THURSDAY, DECkMBER 8, 1960

GCJC Announces
Registry Change
Announcing a change in registra-
, ion procedures for the forthcom-
ing spring semester, officials at
Gulf Coast Junior College said this
week that the five-dollar pre-rdgia
tration tee *which has been in et
fect wMl be discontinued.
Official al 1 said, that evening
division classes for the sprint se-
mester will begin at 6:30' p.m. and
will end at 9:15 p.m. instead ot the
current hours of 7:00 p.m. to 9:45
ipm. Classes will continue to ineet
Monday through Thursday nights.
A change in regard to processing
applications has also been ~ade,
officials said. All enrollment Appi-
cations must be completed before
the student will be permitted' to
enroll. This includes an affidavit of
residence, a completed physidcl ex-
amination card and a certified high
schoo transcript.
i The only other change in, regis-
tration procedure from the f ll se-
mester will find all registration of
'Tyndall Field personnel taking
place at the college, with the ex-
ception of an, accounting clasA that
'will be taught at Tyndall.
Registration for the spring se-
mester at Gulf Coast will b6 held
from Jan. 30 to Feb. 10, 1961. Class-
es will begin February 1.

Air Force Offers
College Training
The Airman Education and Com-
missaloing Program, administered
by the United States Air Fotse In-
stitute of Technology, is a hew
plan designed to offer amnbitious en-
listed members of the United States
Air Force the opportunity to earn
a college degree and a commission
as an officer.
S ,immediately u pon enlistaftent,
qualified airmen become eligible to
apply for AECP through their Base
Education Office. Those accepted
for this program will attend civil-
ian cellgees and universities as
their prime military duty. All tut-
tion fees plus generous allowances
for books and school supplies will
be paid- by the Air Force. In addi-
tion, the full time students will re-
ceive full pay and allowance in
accordance with their military
ranks. A maximum of two years of
schooling will be permitted to ob-
tain a degree. Upon receiving their
bachelor's degree, airmen will at-
tend the three month long Officer
Training School, graudating as 2nd
Lieutenant in the United States
Air Force.
In Legislature By March 28
Local Bills Must Bo Filed
Tallahassee Forida counties
'will go to work earlier than usaal
this year on the preparation of lo-
cal bills to .be presented to the 19-
61 session of the Legislature wlbch
meets in. Tallahassee in April.
Under a new rule, approved by
,members of the House at a meet-
ing at Boca Raton, all bills locas in
nature must be filed with tlhe
Chief Clerk of the House of IRep-
resentatives by March 28, one
week before the opening of Legis-
lature.
Bills local in nature are laws
which deal with one municipality
or county or a group of similar
counties.
House Speakerdesignate William
V. Olhappell, Jr., Ocala, said the
early filing of local legislation 'will
relieve the log-jam of Ibills pre-
sented at each session and pro-
ivde more time for consideration
of general bills affecting tlhe entire
state.
In almost all cases, local bills
are passed without controversy.
i However, they go through alst9t
the same procedure as general bils
ad tie u. a great deal of leg a-
In addition to early filing cf '0o-
cal bills, the legislators also deQid-
ed' not to consider any bills loeal
in nature after the first 30 dayf of
the session without special apprO-
val of the Rulea Committee.
Affect of this new rule is tq.t
counties with local bills which
must be advertised in the newapal-
per for 30 days prior to presents-
tion to the Legislature, will have


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Sheriff Daffin Talks
To Beach Assn.
Sheriff "Doc" Daffin of Bay
County was an invited guest- and
'speaker at the regular monthly
meeting of the Mexico Beach Busi-
ness. Association haelid Monday ev-e-
ning, December 5. The Sheriff'%
chief deputy, J. P. Sellers accom-
ipanied him 'to the meeting.
The Sheriff 'expressed his appro-
val to a request by the Association
to have a special deputy appointed
to serve the Mexico Beach area. A
formal 'written recommendation as
to the selection of a suitable indi-
vidual !by the association will be
:sent to thp 'Sheriff 'for qualifica-
tion and appointment.
Other important matters taken
,up at the meeting included a reso-
lution by the treasurer, A. J. Ren-
ner 'for an amendment to the by-
laws. This new amendment was
approved and accepted ,by the as-
Ssociation. Its objective was to have
the association give special atten-
tion and consideration for more
complete adherence to the zoning
requirements incorporated in the
recorded plats of Mexico Beach.
Mr. Renner expressed the view that
there has .been lax enforcement
and compliance in the past. Such
laxness could prove detrimental to
the community.
Barney Earley was appointed to
represent the association 'at a spe-
cial meeting of a number of com-
munitie that was to .be held Wed-
r.esday, December 7 at Apalachi-
cola for the purpose of a co-opera-


tive move to have several large Ibttl.
board signs put -up to 'advertise and
promote the use of scenic 11. S.
Highway 98 by ithe traveling pub-
lie.
Another important item was the
recommendation that the associa-
tion eneeting be changed to every
second Monday of each month in-
stead of the tirst Monday. The mo-
tion for the change was accepted
unanimously.

BIRTHS
Mr. -and Mrs. Billy Bascomb Mc-
Dougold announce the birth of a
daughter, Tommy Jo on December
4.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Farris Smith
Jr., announce the birth of a son,
Dillon Farris, III on December 3.
Mr. land 1Mrs. Rosia Austin Win-
gate announce the birth of a baby
.girl, Wanda Joyce on December 2.
(All births occurred at the Port
St. Joe Municipal Hospital.)
--


WJOE Slates Xmas Music
Radio Station WJOE will offer
a program of Christmas music pro-
gram designed to add the devotion-
al touch to the Christmas season
each evening at 5:30 p.m. beginn-
ing tomorrow. The program will be
a 15-minute program .seven days a
week.
The program has been obtained
from the "Uipper Room" radio par-
ish and' is being offered to the
people of Port St. Joe by the Apa-
lachicola, Northern Railroad Com-
pany and the 'St. Joseph Telephone
and' Telegraph Company.


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' The problem of main-
taining tip-top health is not
.difficult-if one exercises a
little vigilance.
One sensible way to. protect
.your health and that of your
Shoved ones is to have reg-
S ular examinations by your
physician.
And if he writes a prescrip-
,, tion for you, bring it to us
S-.for prompt, courteous
service.


Suzzett's Drug Store
317 Williams Ave.
Port St. Joe, Florida
Frw Parking
Drive-In Window Service


Commission
(Conutnned from page 1)
formation from the Sfate Beverage
Department said he could.
Discussion was held on 'the prac-
ioe of selling and trading liquor
l oenses in 'the city. The Council
Instructed Attorney Oostin to pre-
sent several drafts of an ordinance
to prohibit this practice for their
study.
POLICE RADIO-TELEPHONE
Mayor Sharit stated that the City


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COUNTY AGENT'S NOTES
By CU1IE LAIRD.
SCounty Agricultural Extension Agent
tJSDA, Univ. of Fla. College of Agriculture and
Board of County Commissioners, Gulf Coun-
ty, cooperating.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 1 ipm., EST. Mon-
day through Friday, Courthouse, Wewa'hitcihka


(Beginning in this issue of The
Star is a weekly column by the
Gulf County Agricultural Agent,
Cuble R. Laird. The column will
be written by Mr. Laird and
printed in The Star each week)
Shipments of slash pine seed-
lings are now being made to Gulf
County landowners from the Flor-
ida Forest .Service. Thursday are
snipping days. If you. are planting;
trees, and need a custom tree plant-
ing job done, I can assist you in
securing this at nominal price. I
a Iso have land-planting tools to lend
called "Dibbles".
I have been running a research
demonstration on fertilization for
slash ipnes production at Caemp
Nellie for several years with Hen-
ry Maige, Forester, SJPC. We have
strong evidence that this is profit-

to 10 weeks.
FIRE ALARM
Several instances of the City's
fire alarm system not function-
ing came up at Tuesday's meeting.
Discussing a method of emergency
warning, Mayor Sharit said that an
emergnecy switch 'to blow the si-
ren iwas located in the iboller room
of the City Hall, 1but was unacces-
si-ble -when the Hall was closed.
The Commission discussed, mov-1
ing the switch to the fire station
and upon approval 'of the Board in-
structed the City Clerk to see


has just received approval from the about having the 'switch moved'.
'OF to place raido-telephones in This would provide an emergen-
service on, City-owned vehicles, In- cy means of sounding a fire alarm
cluding the police car. ,Sharit said when the regular warning system
the equipment has been ordered (as will all things mechanical) fails
and should ,be installed, within eight to work at -times.


able. A very minute amount of su-
perphosphate per tree 'has shown
marvelous results already. This has
proven so spectacular that Florida
Agricultural Experiment Station,
U. of F., Gainesville has now ask-
ed that they ibe allowed to estab-
lish a seven-acre experiment of
this here in our county. This has
been arranged for through Mr.
Malge on 'SJPC land and the go-
ahead given for it.
Fertilization pays on al 1 types of
land' here, including both wet. and
dry lands. We are testing now in
the wet, flat crawfish flats, or gras-
sy swale savannahs at OCamp Nel-
lie where trees have not grown
before. It appears that this prac-
tice eliminates the necessity for
drainage, overcoming the handicap
handily.
Keep your eyes open for further
developments in this regard*.

Pentecostal Holiness
Bond Sale Continues

The Pentecostal' Holiness Church
of Port St. Joe announces a good
response to their announced' bond
issue sale started last week. The
bonds are being sold to consolidate
Indebtedness on -their new church
,building on Garrison Avenue.
*The .bonds are being handled. by
the United Church boods, Inc., of
Atlanta and bear six percent inter-
cast payable semi-an;..'lly. The
el.urch is issuing $60,000 worth of-
fbonds in denominations of $10'),
$250, $500 and $1;000' each. Deposi-
tory for the issue is the Wewa-
hitchka State Bank.


CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR RENT: 3 unfurnished houses
-at St. Joe Beach.,:1 8-bedroom
and 2 2-bedroom. See I. W. Duren
or phone 7-3171 or 7-5511. tfc-8-12

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom houses or
apartments. Furnished or unfur-
nished. Call 7-3321 days or 9-1481
at night. Mrs. Shirey. tfe-10-6
FOR RENT: Furnished one Ibedrm.
cotatge. Living room, dinette-kit-
chen combined and bath. Four il.
from Port 'St. Joe on Hiway 30.
Phone Presnell at 7-5065. tfc-11-17
FOR RENT: 1, 2 and 3 bedroom
beach houses. Well furnished, gas
heat. Automatic washer in one. $9
per week and up. Phone 648-4352 or
7.7771. tfc-11-17
FOR RENT: Nice furnished, apart-
ment for couple qnly. Call Mrs.
Morgan Jones at 7-7641. 'tfc-11-24


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
apartment in Coostin Building. 116
Monument Ave. Call BA 7-7816. tfc


FOR SALE: 4 new VA houses on


Cypress Ave. Nearly completed.
No down payment. Just closing
costs for qualified veteran. PRID-
GEON AGENCY, phone 7-7741, 301
v'illiams Avenue.
WANTED TO BUY: Equity in 3-
bedroom home in St. Joe. Call
7-8041 after 6 p.m. 3tc-11-17
FOR SALE: 17-jewel Bulova ladies
watch. New. White gold. $30.00.
Phone 7-7696. 2tp-12-1
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom furnished
,house on front lot at 'St. Joe
Beach. Price $5,000. Phone 7-7521
or see Bill Carver. 3tp
FOR SALE
Three bedroom house with
breezeway and garage on 90 x 165
toot lot on Garrison Ave. Only $10,-
917. Can buy equity or refinlance.
Large two 'bderoom house with
oak floors on large lot on Garrison
Ave. Has large carport and utility
loom. To sell for only $12,500.
New three `bedroom house at
`beach, large lot, deep well, screen
porch and carport. Priced at
$10,000.00. 3tc-12-8
FRANK and DOT'S AGENCY
1221 Reid Ave. Phone BAII 7-3491


FOR RENT: Small upstairs spart-
ment. Adults only. Very suitable
for working men. Call 7-4511, Mrs.
Charles Brown.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished
house. See Jack Hammock at
Palace Barber Shop or call 7-4486.
FOR RENT: 2 lange and one small
apartments. Call 648-3104. Mrs.
Farmer. itf-121-8


FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house at
1710 Palm Blvd. Two yews oid.
Living room drapes, garbage dis-
posal ingcuded. Call BAI 7-2311.
EPTIC TANKS pumped out. Call
Buford Griffin, Phone 7-7011 for
itick expert service. tie
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in
saving money see us for anything
yon need in your home. STOP and


SWAP SHOP.
GAS and ELECTRIC STOVES: Bar-
Gains. Also, good ,buys in used ..AWN MOWER FOR RENT: $1.00
furniture. Surplus Sales of St. Joe. hour. Cut-your lawn and let me
116 Monument Ave., -Phone 7-4051. worry with upkeep of mower. Gulf
Service Station, Aubrey R. Tomlin-
WILL RENT: Furnished living bed- son10, Phone 7-7501.
room combined. Private bath. Pri-WILLIS V. ROWAN, POST 116,
vi:te entrance. $15.00 week. Inquire THE AMERIMAN LEGION. Meet-
506 8th St. ing first and third Thursday nights
FOR SALE: 12 ga. Browning auto- 8:00 p.m., American Legion Home.
matic shotgun, $75.00. Marlin, SAMARITAN LODGE No. 40, 1. 0.
.22 caliber Model 39a rifle with o. F.-Meets second and fourth
scope, $35.00. Phone 648-3126. Thursday, 7:30 p.m in American
FOR SALE: Fur cape. Fine fur in region Hall. All members urged o.0
good condition. $8.00. Phone attend. -
C48-3126. tc Noble Grand: Bernard Pridgeon
Secretary: Theo Bishop


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n. A. M.-Regular convocation of
St. Joseph Chapter No. 56, R. A.
I.. 2nd and 4th Mondays. All visit-
mg brotheria--welcome.
David H.. Jones, High Priest
Joel Lo.vett, Secretary
THERE WILL BE 'a regular com-
munication of Port St.' Joe Lodge
No. 111, F&AM' every first- aid
third Thursday at 8:00 'pm.


ROBERT H.'tRAWICK, W. M.
POPE FENDLEY, Seo.
All Master Masons cordially Invited


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
In Chancery.
Rufws M. Allen, Plaintiff,
Louise Maude Allen, Defendant
Notice to Loulse Maude Allen
whose place of residence is 320
Monroe 'Street, Brooklyn, New
York.
On or before the 27th day of De-
cember, A.D., 1960 the defendant,
Louise Maude Allen, is required to
serve jpon Benjamin H. Dickens,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address
is 303 Fourth Street, Pont St. Joe,
Florida, a copy of and file with the
Clerk of said Court, the original of
an answer to the Bill of Complaint
filed against her herein for divorce.
Witness my hand and official
seal of said Court at WewaiMtchka,
Gulf County, Florida, this 22 day of
November, A.D., 1690.
GEORGE Y. CORE 44
Clerk Circuit Court 11-24
(Circuit Court Seal)


Elementary School

Lunch Room Menu

Port St. Joe Elementary School
Monday, December 12
Beef with vegetables, tomato and
lettuce salad, coconut pudding,
white ,bread and' milk.
Tuesday December 13
Spaghetti and meat sauce, snap
beans, barrot sticks, apple sauce,
wheat bread and milk.
Wednesday, ,December 14
Hot dogs, buttered corn, cabbage
slaw, fruit cup and milk.
Thursday, December 15
(Christmas Dinner)
Baked han slices, potato sticks,
green fordhook lima `beans, pear
and cherry salad, date nut cookies,
parker house rolls and milk.
Friday, December 16
Lima beans, pimento cheese
sandwiches, lettuce and tomato,
peaches and milk.


WANTED

Oyster Shuckers



Indian Pass

Seafood Co.
Indian Pass Beach

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THE STAR

Published Every Thursday. At 306 Williams Avenue, Port St. Joe, Florlds
By The Star Publishing Company
WESLEY R. RAMSEY Editor and Publisher
Reader and Bookkeeper
Also Linotype Operator, Ad Salesman, Photographer, Columnist, Reporter, Proof
DIAL BAu. 7-3161
Entered as second-class matter, December 1, 1987, at the Potoffttice, Port St. Joe.
Florida, under Act of March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIONS INVARIABLY PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
ONE YEAR, $3.00 SIX MONTHS r.75 THREE MONTHS $127.50
TO ADVERTISERS-In case of error or omissions in advertisements, the p blishera
do not hold themselves liable for damage further than amount received f6a such
advertisemeslt.
The spoken word is given scant attention; the printed word is thoughtfully
weighed. The spoken word barely asserts; the printed word thoroughly convinces.
The spoken word is lost; the printed word remains.

fHE STAR, Port St. Joe, Fla. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1960

FOR RENT: Two `bedroom furnish- Agents for Mayflower. Surplus
ed and, two bedroom unfurnish- Sales of St. Joe, 116 Monument
ed apartments. At 522 Third St. Ave. Phone BAll 7-4051.
Cal-l 7-8642. tfc-12-8 ELECtROLUX Vacuum Cleaners
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house on and floor polishers Sales and
Ninth St. Call 7-5396 or see E.- service. Emory Stephens, 1308 Me-
mett Daniell. Itc Clelanl Ave, Port St. Joe, Phone
BAl1 7-3781 tte


TELEPHONE: BAllI 7-4191
OPEN DAILY, 2:46 P.I%.
SATURDAY. 12:4^ P.M.

THURSDAY FRIDAY



I PASSED


FOR WHITE
When he took her in his arms...
she had crossed
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WILDE FRANCISCU
Based on the Noel "I Pa d For W te"
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New '61 Chevrolet
NOMAD 9-PASSENGER STATION WAGON
There are six easier loading Chevrolet wagons for '61-ranging
from budget-pleasing Brookwoods to luxurious Nomads. Each
has a cave-sized cargo opening measuring almost five feet
across and a concealed compartment for stowing valuables
(with an optional extra-cost lock).


Here's a new measure of elegance from the most elegant Chevrolets of There's a whole crew of new Chevy Corvairs for '61-polished and
all. There's a full line of five Impalas-each with sensible new dimensions perfected to bring you spunk, space and savings. Lower priced sedans
right back to an easier-to-pack trunk that loads down at bumper level and coupes offer nearly 12% more room under the hood for your
and lets you pile baggage 15% higher. luggage-and you can also choose from four new family-lovin' wagons. :
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New '61 Chevrolet BEL AIR SPORT SEDAN New '61 Chevrolet 4-DOOR BISCAYNE 6
Beautiful Bel Airs, priced just above the thriftiest full-size Chevies, NOW-BIG-CAR COMFORT AT SMALL-CAR PRICES-Chevy's new Biscaynes,
-bring you newness you can use: larger door openings, higher easy-chair 6 or VS, are built to save in a big way. They offer a full measure of Chev-
seats, more leg room in front, more foot room in the rear, all wrapped : rolet quality, roominess and proved.performance, yet they are priced right
up in parkable new outside dimensions. down with many cars that give you a lot less.
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See the new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvairs and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's


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